The Independent Joint Anti-Corruption Monitoring and Evaluation Committee (the MEC) was established in 2010, to independently monitor and evaluate all national and international efforts to fight corruption in Afghanistan. Credible monitoring and evaluation of corruption and anti-corruption efforts by the MEC are essential for Afghanistan’s development, and for its economic recovery. The MEC is headed by six Commissioners, three Afghan and three International, giving it a uniquely authoritative and credible perspective. The Executive Director leads a dynamic MEC Secretariat, which is widely respected for its work. A person of independence and integrity, the new Executive Director will command the respect of all parties in the country and internationally. He or she will be technically excellent at anti-corruption, and will have the political, communication and outreach skills to advance the anti-corruption agenda at all levels of government and society. This is one of the most exciting high-level positions in anti-corruption worldwide, and the MEC is seeking a qualified person to lead these important efforts.