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  • Posted on: 11 August, 2015 Deadline: 31 August, 2015
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  • The World Bank Group is launching a recruitment drive aimed at increasing the number of Sub Saharan Africans in its work force. This commitment to hire Sub Saharan Africans reflects the Bank Group’s senior leadership commitment for a diverse workforce in which African nationals can play a key role in fighting poverty and increasing shared prosperity. Employment opportunities will be in various technical areas and professional streams for talented and diverse young professionals and mid-career level professionals to contribute and grow their skills in a career in international development.

    A career with the World Bank Group offers a unique opportunity for exceptionally talented individuals with a passion for international development to contribute to solving some of the world’s most pressing problems. Bank staff work with governments, civil society groups, the private sector, and others in developing countries around the world, assisting people in all areas of development, from policy and strategic advice to the identification, preparation, appraisal, and supervision of development projects.

    Below are the areas that we are currently recruiting for.

    Specialists - Information Technologies

     

    Information and Technology Solutions (ITS) enables the WBG to achieve its mission of ending extreme poverty by 2030 and boosting shared prosperity in a sustainable manner. ITS services range from: establishing the infrastructure to reach and connect staff and development stakeholders; providing the devices and agile technology and information applications to facilitate the science of delivery through decentralized services among other things.

    The WBG seeks to recruit several IT professionals for the following functions: IT Engineering, Business Solutions, Business Management, Business Analysis, IT Architecture, Data and Information Management, Security, Risk & Compliance, and Information Management Services.

    Degrees in Computer Science, Library Science, Information Management or Information Systems are sought.

    Senior Information Technologies (IT) Officer level positions require a Master’s degree and 10 to 8 years of relevant experience or a Bachelor’s degree and 12 to 10 years of relevant experience respectively.

    Information Technologies (IT) Officer positions require a Master’s degree and 5 years of relevant experience or Bachelor’s degree and 7 years of relevant experience.

    Information Technologies (IT) Analyst positions require Bachelor's degree in computer science, information technology, business solutions, systems engineering, information security, or a related field and at least 2 years of relevant work experience.

    If you are interested in this area, please click the position(s) below to submit your application. To apply, click the relevant link. You will be prompted to log in to the Member Center or create a new account. Please fill in all fields, answer the screening questions if any, attach your resume or CV, and submit your Statement of Interest (no more than 700 words).

    -Senior IT Specialist

    -IT Specialist

    -IT Analyst

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    Specialists - Investment (IFC)

     

    The International Finance Corporation (IFC), a member of the World Bank Group, is the largest global development institution focused on the private sector. IFC finances investments, mobilizes capital in international financial markets, facilitates trade, helps clients improve social and environmental sustainability, and provides technical assistance and advisory services. In FY14, IFC invested $17.2 billion for our own account in about 600 projects and mobilized more than $5 billion to support the private sector in developing countries. Investment Officers and Investment Analysts are responsible for identifying, structuring, closing and monitoring IFC’s loans and investments, and managing relationships with clients.

    Selection Criteria

    • Demonstrated experience in finance/investment, including investment banking, project finance, private equity, corporate finance, portfolio management or financial consulting.
      • Senior Investment Officer – at least 8 years of relevant experience
      • Associate Investment Officer/Investment Officer – at least 5 years of relevant experience
      • Investment Analyst – 2-4 years of relevant experience
    • MBA, Master’s in Finance, or similar degree for officer level. Bachelor's degree for analyst level.
    • Strong credit assessment and investment structuring skills, financial modeling/analysis, knowledge of relevant industry sector trends, sound business judgment and problem solving and negotiation skills, ability to develop new business and manage relationships with clients, and willingness to travel extensively; geographic flexibility preferred.

    If you are interested in this area, please click the position(s) below to submit your application. To apply, click the relevant link. You will be prompted to log in to the Member Center or create a new account. Please fill in all fields, answer the screening questions if any, attach your resume or CV, and submit your Statement of Interest (no more than 700 words).

    - Senior Investment Officer

    - Associate Investment Officer/Investment Officer

    - Investment Analyst

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    Specialists - Finance / Risk Management

     

    The Chief Risk Officer (CRO) Vice Presidency of the World Bank Group is the core unit responsible for institutional risk oversight, including establishment and monitoring adherence to risk policies and guidelines and risk assessment and reporting to the Board and executive management. The Credit Risk Department (CROCR) within the WBG CRO Vice-Presidency focuses on ensuring that the Bank's credit risk exposure is commensurate with the risk appetite of stakeholders and strikes the appropriate balance between financial and development objectives. CROCR manages the credit risk inherent in IBRD's loan portfolio. Since the IBRD lends only to sovereign governments, or with a sovereign guarantee, the only credit risk that IBRD accepts is that of sovereign governments. CROCR's core functions include, among others (i) Assessing and rating country credit risk for all IBRD borrowers; (ii) Assessing country eligibility for IBRD resources; (iii) Influencing IBRD’s lending strategy and assessing lending plans against lending allocations as established through the exposure management framework; (iv) Anticipating countries that are vulnerable to crises; (v) Participating in arrears workouts for IBRD borrowing countries; (vi) Engaging with the Paris Club of bilateral creditors; and (vii) Ensuring IBRD is adequately for loan losses; and (viii) Assessing/Monitoring the size of credit shocks (unexpected losses) as part of IBRD’s capital adequacy framework.

    The department is currently seeking a Senior Economist/Regional Credit Manager and Financial Officer.

    Selection Criteria:

    Candidates must meet the generic criteria: Advanced degree (Master’s and/or PhD) with concentration in quantitative fields such as Finance or Economics or a related discipline; or comparable, demonstrated, on-the-job experience with focus with focus on risk management, financial modeling or quantitative research, investment.

    Senior Economist/Regional Credit Manager: Relevant work experience, strong analytical skills and a proven track record of achieving high-quality substantive results over an extended period (typically 8+ years) in the field of macro-economic and financial analysis with recognition by peers and managers for excellent and innovation; familiarity and experience with econometric and financial modeling techniques, including in the areas of sovereign credit and portfolio risk measurement.

    Financial Officer: Proven quantitative and qualitative analytical skills in the area of Capital/VaR analysis, credit risk modeling, scenario/stress testing, valuing/pricing of complex structures; including in depth knowledge of econometric and financial modeling techniques, multi-factor Monte Carlo simulation techniques and option pricing methodologies; interest rate generation, volatility modeling and complex statistical analysis.

    If you are interested in this area, please click the position(s) below to submit your application. To apply, click the relevant link. You will be prompted to log in to the Member Center or create a new account. Please fill in all fields, answer the screening questions if any, attach your resume or CV, and submit your Statement of Interest (no more than 700 words).

    - Senior Economist/Regional Credit Manager

    - Financial Officer

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    Specialists - Development Economics - Economists

     

    The Development Economics Group (DEC) increases understanding of development policies and programs by providing intellectual leadership and analytical services to the World Bank and the wider development community. DEC is the premier research and data arm of the World Bank Group.

    If you are interested in this area, please click the position(s) below to submit your application. To apply, click the relevant link. You will be prompted to log in to the Member Center or create a new account. Please fill in all fields, answer the screening questions if any, attach your resume or CV, and submit your Statement of Interest (no more than 700 words).

    The Development Prospects Group (DECPG)

    The DECPG analyzes likely future developments in the global economy. Its work ranges from predicting near-term cyclical developments to uncovering emerging trends and developing long-term-scenarios. Against the backdrop of these future developments, the group provides in-depth policy analysis that is either utilized to advise senior management, or published in two high-profile publications and frequently cited by leading business and economic publications. The first of these flagship publication is the Global Economic Prospects report and it contains short- and medium-term analysis. The second flagship is the Global Monitoring Report, it analyzes progress towards the World Bank Group’s Goals.

    Economist: DECPG is looking for outstanding global macro PhD level Economists with excellent analytical and writing skills to work and contribute to its main tasks and product lines. The successful candidate will:

    • help strengthen the analytical contents of the Global Economic Prospects and Global Monitoring Reports and other DECPG products.
    • improve the modeling frameworks for analysis of economic prospects and poverty and shared prosperity dynamics at global and country levels.
    • develop a work plan to continuously renew and upgrade DECPG’s expertise in the area of global, regional, and country economic models, acquiring and maintaining state-of-the art techniques in economic modeling where relevant and important for DECPG’s applications.
    • work closely with a team of talented economists and researchers to provide to economic analysis and scenarios for the flagship reports and for regular briefings to Senior Management.
    • work closely with various experts in order to play an active and leading role in DECPG’s and the World Bank’s analysis of economic and poverty trends.
    • provide analytical support and advisory services to other teams in DECPG, the Bank’s regions and global practices; and build networking relationships with major academic institutions, think tanks, and policy forums through active participation in conferences and seminars and joint work on research projects related to its mission

    DECDP/OS serves to advise the Bank’s Senior Vice President and Bank Chief Economist and senior management on all relevant development policy and operations issues, leveraging the knowledge in DEC, regions, global practices, and other parts of the Bank Group and academia to articulate the Bank Group positions on issues of global significance, integrating macro and micro-economic perspectives, as well as political and social dimensions of public policy.

    Economist: will be a PhD level Economist with relevant work experience and works with the senior level Economists and provides policy research and analysis resulting in papers for publication and policy notes. Second, the role requires preparation of speeches and certain presentations and contributing to the review of DEC flagships, including the publication of the WDR. Third, the Economist will support Bank Operations, through preparation of analysis that aid the review of Bank project proposals and policies, and research/analytic support and advice to operational units (including through direct work on Bank projects). Fourth, the Economist will support various corporate initiatives and mandates, such as the Bank's engagement with the G20, middle-income country agenda, etc.

    Lead Economist: will be a PhD Economist with at least 10 years of relevant experience: The position involves working closely with the Chief Economist to define and lead policy research and analysis resulting in papers for publication and policy notes. The role requires independent preparation of key speeches and presentations and leading the review of DEC flagships. The Lead Economist will support Bank Operations, through leading reviews of Bank project proposals and policies, and research/analytic support and advice to operational units (including through direct work on Bank projects); will play a key senior role in supporting various corporate initiatives and mandates, such as the Bank's engagement with the G20, middle-income country agenda, etc.

    The Research Department (DECRG)

    DECRG conducts research, generates, and disseminates knowledge about development that is essential for the achievement of the World Bank’s ultimate objective—eliminating extreme poverty and creating shared prosperity in a fiscally, environmentally, and socially sustainable manner. Typically ranked as a top global development research institution, the work of DECRG is often cited by the media, the academic community, and other parties interested in international development. Researchers also provide support to the World Bank's regions and Global Practices to help ensure that the Bank's policy advice is firmly grounded on current knowledge. The department produces the majority of the Bank’s research and enjoys a high international profile. The work of our researchers appear in academic journals, the World Bank Policy Research Working Paper Series, books, blogs, and special publications such as the Policy Research Reports.

    Economist: DECRG is looking for candidates in all areas of economics relevant to development, including macroeconomics, international economics, trade, finance, applied microeconomics, rural and agricultural economics, and natural resource economics. We seek candidates with (i) strong technical skills; (ii) a record of—or good prospects for—publication of high-quality original research in peer-reviewed journals, (iii) the ability to communicate technical knowledge and expertise in a policy environment; and (iv) excellent spoken and written proficiency in English. We are considering new PhDs as well as more experienced candidates with relevant post-doctoral academic or non-academic experience. Research economists are expected to maintain an outstanding scholarly publication record, as well as provide relevant policy advice and technical expertise to colleagues throughout the World Bank, and to policymakers in client countries.

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    Specialists - Development Economics - Statisticians

     

    The Development Economics Group (DEC) increases understanding of development policies and programs by providing intellectual leadership and analytical services to the World Bank and the wider development community. DEC is the premier research and data arm of the World Bank Group.

    If you are interested in this area, please click the position(s) below to submit your application. To apply, click the relevant link. You will be prompted to log in to the Member Center or create a new account. Please fill in all fields, answer the screening questions if any, attach your resume or CV, and submit your Statement of Interest (no more than 700 words).

    Development Data Group (DECDG)

    Good data, combined with knowledge and experience and augmented by new technologies, have the capacity to transform the development process. They document successes, bear witness to failures, and throw light on complex problems. They give governments and citizens the information needed to make decisions and control their own development. The mission of the Development Data Group is to make national and international data and statistics widely accessible to clients within and outside the Bank and to improve the capacity of member countries to produce, use, and make accessible the data they collect.

    Statistician: DECDG is seeking to recruit candidates with a Master’s Degree, plus 3 years of relevant experience in one of the focal areas of DECDG’s work, such as Open Data, statistical capacity building operations, or economic statistics. The work program will include:

    • Working closely with the Open Data Working Group, develop, enhance, and provide applications and tools to enable the Bank’s Open Data suite of products to remain responsive to the evolving needs of the user community.
    • Analyze existing systems and platforms and give enhancement recommendations, identifying feasible alternative solutions for better products
    • Provide support to client countries and country teams to identify needs and develop statistical capacity building programs.
    • Participating in and occasionally leading country missions to identify, appraise, supervise, and evaluate statistical capacity-building activities.
    • Coordinating country projects on statistical capacity-building and international comparisons.
    • Designing best practices in data and metadata quality and applications for developing country work.
    • Participating in the quality assessment of price and national accounts data, reviewing metadata submitted by the countries, and conducting statistical checks to ensure that prescribed methodologies are properly implemented.
    • Contributing sections in publications on data quality assessment and processes.
    • Participating in projects on innovative methods and solutions for data collection, processing, visualization, and dissemination.
    • Promoting partnership with regional and national agencies.

    Data Scientist: The Data Scientist will have a Master’s Degree plus 3 years of relevant experience and work on data collection, database management, and statistical publications, including the World Development Indicators, Global Development Finance, and online databases. The successful applicant will sustain and expand the ongoing Open Data Initiative, a key corporate priority of the Bank, and improve the coverage, quality and use of curated datasets. The post-holder will work closely with teams that produce statistical databases and publications, manage and curate datasets relating to sustainable development and economic management, and other groups in DECDG. The work will also require close collaboration with other key partners, such as staff in Development Economics, staff working in sustainable development, Operational Policy and Country Services, External and Corporate Relations, and the Information Management and Technology Network.

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    Specialists - Development Economics - Private Sector Development

     

    The Development Economics Group (DEC) increases understanding of development policies and programs by providing intellectual leadership and analytical services to the World Bank and the wider development community. DEC is the premier research and data arm of the World Bank Group.

    If you are interested in this area, please click the position(s) below to submit your application. To apply, click the relevant link. You will be prompted to log in to the Member Center or create a new account. Please fill in all fields, answer the screening questions if any, attach your resume or CV, and submit your Statement of Interest (no more than 700 words).

    Private Sector Development, DECIG

    DECIG is the unit in the Bank’s research organization that has built the Doing Business project. The Doing Business project provides objective measures of business regulations and their enforcement across 189 economies and selected cities at the subnational and regional level. By gathering and analyzing comprehensive quantitative data to compare business regulation environments across economies and over time, Doing Business encourages economies to compete towards more efficient regulation, thus driving growth and enabling shared prosperity and decreasing poverty.

    The Private Sector Development Specialist: should have a PhD, or a Master’s degree with a minimum of 3 years of relevant experience and will work on the following activities:

    • Administering surveys to local experts, verifying survey responses, data entry, undertake data coding, and conducting policy analysis of the data.
    • Develop and maintain internal and external networks of stakeholders in the subject matter and related regulatory policy.
    • Participate in relevant policy research and dialogue activities to stay abreast of and contribute to the business climate field.
    • Contribute to overall project development and strategy, supporting the Program Manager in project design, project management, and donor relations as necessary.
    • Write and substantively review content of reports and related presentations.
    • Develop and disseminate other knowledge management tools to support the product, including case studies, smart lessons, or issue notes.
    • Participate in dissemination activities including presentations to governments, donor agencies, private sector organizations, as well as communicating with the media.

    The Operations Analyst: should have a Master’s degree and some relevant experience to work on the following activities:

    • Be responsible for maintaining a specific set of indicators - including administering surveys to local experts, data entry, and coding under the supervision of the topic leader.
    • Analyze and assess indicators on a country by country basis - including verifying survey responses with primary data sources and publicly available information, checking survey responses against each other, and following up with survey respondents until a final, verified country file is produced.
    • Be responsible for preparation of comparative analysis related to the set of indicators on a country by country and regional basis under the supervision of the topic leader.
    • Maintain effective links with local external partners, leading new local partners’ recruitment through web search, World Bank Group country offices, embassies, and other creative sources to obtain the information needed for Doing Business report and dataset.
    • Substantively contribute to writing the Doing Business chapters, case studies, smart lessons and related presentations under the guidance and supervision of the topic leader.

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    Specialists - Climate Change

     

    The Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery (GFDRR), established in 2006, is a multi-donor partnership and grant-making financing mechanism. The Facility provides on-the-ground technical assistance to help developing countries integrate disaster risk management (DRM) and climate change adaptation into development strategies, policies and investment programs, including post-disaster recovery and reconstruction.

    GFDRR draws upon a wide range of sector-specific expertise, and has an extensive geographic and operational presence. In fiscal year 2014, GFDRR support helped more than 70 developing countries secure nearly $1.5 billion in financing from the World Bank Group and other partners. The current portfolio of projects under implementation consists of 232 grants worth approximately $168 million, with Sub-Saharan Africa being the largest recipient.

    Five pillars of action provide GFDRR’s operational framework: (1) risk identification; (2) risk reduction; (3) preparedness; (4) financial protection; and (5) resilient recovery. GFDRR’s work is structured around three programs supported by various trust funds: (i) country programs; (ii) thematic programs; and (iii) advocacy, partnership and knowledge programs. In addition, GFDRR is responsible for managing and administering two special programs: the Japan-World Bank Program for Mainstreaming Disaster Risk Management in Developing Countries—financed by Japan—and the African, Caribbean, and Pacific (ACP)–European Union (EU) Natural Disaster Risk Reduction Program—financed by the EU.

    The GFDRR Secretariat is hosted by the World Bank in Washington D.C. with satellite offices in Brussels and Tokyo. The Secretariat is responsible for awarding and managing grants, reporting on results, and carrying out outreach and partnership development. It also acts as the support hub for a decentralized network of DRM experts in the World Bank and provides a global platform for knowledge-sharing and capacity building. Further information is available at www.gfdrr.org.

    GCCDR is seeking a Disaster Risk Management Specialist who—as Regional Focal Point—will contribute to and support the monitoring and management of the overall GFDRR Program. The incumbent will work under the direct supervision and guidance of the Lead Operations Officer and the oversight of the GFDRR Manager, in close coordination with the World Bank’s Regional Coordinators for disaster risk management, and other GFDRR teams.

    Selection Criteria

    • A Masters’ degree in public policy, international development studies, social science, disaster management, or related fields.
    • At least 5 years of relevant analytical and country-operational experience, of which 2 years are in disaster risk management or related areas.
    • Experience with portfolio management, program monitoring and evaluation systems, trust fund policies and procedures, grant application review processes, and programmatic reporting.
    • Substantial understanding of operational quality issues, monitoring tools, and key issues and systems with demonstrated evidence of strong analytical skills.
    • Ability to take responsibility for substantial segments of the unit's work program and play a key role in implementing the strategic direction of the work program.
    • Strong ability to analyze and resolve issues cross cutting areas of specialization, with an understanding of how solutions affect the overall work program strategy.
    • Effective communication and inter-personal skills.

    If you are interested in this area, please click the position(s) below to submit your application. To apply, click the relevant link. You will be prompted to log in to the Member Center or create a new account. Please fill in all fields, answer the screening questions if any, attach your resume or CV, and submit your Statement of Interest (no more than 700 words).

    - Disaster Risk Management Specialist

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    Specialists - Treasury (IFC)

     

    Treasury at International Finance Corporation (IFC) oversees the financial health of the organization while seeking ways to stimulate growth in emerging markets. It also offers products and services to IFC's client companies and institutions, working in close collaboration with IFC's investment departments. Our work supports the broader IFC mission of promoting sustainable private sector investment in developing countries and includes:

    • Client Solutions—provides IFC’s clients with innovative forms of local currency financing with a focus on the development of domestic debt markets to help increase the capacity for long-term local currency investment.
    • Market Operations—IFC's primary window to global capital markets, actively engaging in these markets as an AAA-rated supranational institution, including cost efficient bond issuances, maintaining required levels of operational liquidity and investing prudently across a range of liquid assets.
    • Quantitative Analysis—analytical support to various treasury functions in IFC, including derivative pricing, credit exposure measurement, asset liability management, structured finance modeling, and P&L and risk measurement.

    Selection Criteria

    • Demonstrated experience in finance, preferably in fixed income or structured finance within an investment bank, rating agency, or other capital-markets related entity.
      • Associate Financial Officer/Financial Officer – at least 5 years of relevant experience
      • Financial Analyst – 2-4 years of relevant experience
    • Master’s degree in Finance, Business, Financial Engineering, or Financial Mathematics for officer level. Bachelor’s degree for Analyst level.
    • Knowledge of structured finance, derivatives, debt capital markets and/or fixed income mathematics; strong financial modeling skills and advanced knowledge of Excel; strong analytical and problem solving capability; experience with platforms such as Bloomberg, Reuters, or Summit; enthusiasm for the development of domestic capital markets.

    If you are interested in this area, please click the position(s) below to submit your application. To apply, click the relevant link. You will be prompted to log in to the Member Center or create a new account. Please fill in all fields, answer the screening questions if any, attach your resume or CV, and submit your Statement of Interest (no more than 700 words).

    - Financial Analyst

    - Associate Financial Officer / Financial Officer

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    Specialists - Leadership, Learning, and Innovation

     

    The Vice Presidency for Leadership, Learning, and Innovation (LLI) is responsible for translating development knowledge into client and staff learning and innovation to help address development challenges. LLI has developed a systematic approach to developing institutional capacity for capturing, packaging, and sharing knowledge. The goal of this program is to strengthen country institutions to more systematically capture and share critical lessons learned from operations for domestic and international adaptation and scale-up.

    The Organizational Knowledge Sharing (OKS) Team, housed in the Client Services (LLICS) of LLI, is seeking a highly motivated Senior Knowledge and Learning Officer to support its mission to increase the use of smart peer-to-peer client knowledge sharing as an accelerator of development solutions. The Senior Knowledge and Learning Officer will lead client engagements to support comprehensive behavior change programs towards more systematic use of experiences as evidence-based solutions that merit scale-up within the organization, domestically and internationally. This position will require travel to client countries.

    In addition, the Senior Knowledge and Learning Officer will guide target institutions in assessing their institutional capacity for knowledge exchange/sharing and co-create knowledge sharing capacity building plans with institutional leadership; advise clients on change management and human resource development; and provide technical skills building in the areas of identifying, capturing, packaging, and sharing operational experiences and lessons learned.

    The successful candidate would have a Master's degree or above in business administration, HR management, knowledge management, learning, or a related field with a focus on multidisciplinary themes of organizational learning, change management, organizational development, capacity building, and institutional knowledge sharing with a minimum of 10 years of relevant work experience, preferably in developing countries, and demonstrated experience facilitating change management efforts in complex organizational settings in a developing country setting, including in fragile and conflict-affected situations. Furthermore, the position requires a thorough understanding of and familiarity with technologies, tools and approaches for organizational and human resource development, knowledge management, and peer-to-peer learning, as well as excellent, demonstrated project management and facilitation skills.

    If you are interested in this area, please click the position(s) below to submit your application. To apply, click the relevant link. You will be prompted to log in to the Member Center or create a new account. Please fill in all fields, answer the screening questions if any, attach your resume or CV, and submit your Statement of Interest (no more than 700 words).

    - GG Senior Knowledge and Learning Officer

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    Specialists - Legal

     

    The World Bank Group relies on legal professionals to deliver on our mission in several areas, including IFC investment transactions.

    The International Finance Corporation (IFC), a member of the World Bank Group, is the largest global development institution focused on the private sector. IFC finances investments, mobilizes capital in international financial markets, facilitates trade, helps clients improve social and environmental sustainability, and provides technical assistance and advisory services. IFC’s in-house Counsel play a critical role in investment teams by providing legal advice on debt and equity transactions, including structuring, preparing documentation, participating in negotiations, and managing relationships with outside counsel. IFC offers legal professionals a rewarding and challenging career with exposure to different transaction structures, sectors and markets, and an opportunity to contribute to private sector development.

    Selection Criteria

    • Law degree and qualification to practice law in one or more jurisdictions
    • At least 8 years of demonstrated experience in a law firm, financial institution, development institution or corporate environment
    • Experience in cross-border transactions involving debt and/or equity and ability to independently handle complex corporate and commercial transactions

    If you are interested in this area, please click the position(s) below to submit your application. You will be prompted to log in to the Member Center or create a new account. Please fill in all fields, answer the screening questions if any, attach your resume or CV, and submit your Statement of Interest (no more than 700 words).

    - Counsel (IFC)

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    Interested and suitably qualified candidates should click here to apply online.

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