Why join AFI?
Working at the Alliance for Financial Inclusion is an opportunity to become a part of the organization's unique peer-to-peer learning model that encourages and enables financial policymakers to interact and exchange knowledge. This information interchange results in the building of a comprehensive knowledge base on financial inclusion and the subsequent formulation and implementation of effective policy by members in their home countries.
View our career opportunities below and click on the specific job link for details on how to apply. AFI will never charge a fee at any stage of the recruitment process. For inquiries regarding future opportunities at AFI, please send your resume to email@example.com.
The Accounting Officer will work closely with the Finance Manager in processing transactional data, and support the Finance Department in closing of monthly, and periodic accounts and management reports. Equipped with good analytical skills, the role requires a minimum of two years of working experience in an audit firm or finance department. Learn more & apply now.
Working closely with the Senior Manager of Events, the Events Manager is required to take ownership of AFI events from planning to execution including cost management, quality control, timeline, stakeholder and vendor management, and resource planning. The role requires great attention to the detail and the ability to work with minimum supervision. Learn more & apply now.
The Policy Analyst will be responsible for day-to-day support on all ICI-related programs and advisory services. He/she will be relied upon as a trusted resource for the team to undertake research, analyze data, review documents, and distill volumes of information into key insights. The Policy Analyst is expected to have a good grasp of financial inclusion policy issues, economics literature, legal precedent, and ideally, industry development pertaining to financial inclusion. Learn more & apply now.
Reporting to the Chief Operations Officer, the Head of Human Resource will provide the full spectrum of HR services including: compensation and benefits; talent acquisition and management; training and development; performance management; statutory bodies reporting; disciplinary management; expatriate management; and office management and administration. This role requires a minimum of 10 years in human resources, preferably in a multi-cultural organization or the development sector. Learn more & apply now.
The Senior Specialist, Procurement & Contract is responsible for maturing and leading the AFI’s contracting and procurement function and staff in a growth-oriented, member-centricity environment, with emphases on compliance, operational efficiency, and customer service. This role would also focus on contracting strategy, vendor selection, and contract negotiation. Learn more & apply now.
The Digital Communications Manager will be an experienced creative writer with graphic editing skills used to create innovative content, adapted to match specific requirements of each platform and its audience, while amplifying AFI’s online presence in line with AFI Branding guidelines. Effectively supporting different AFI Teams in international events and promotion of knowledge products, this role will work closely with the AFI Executive Director in international events and activities, with occasional international work travel. Learn more & apply now.
AFI is looking for a Communications Manager who will focus equally and exclusively on two workstreams: green financial inclusion, and gender and women’s financial inclusion. The incumbent will provide diverse services, and produce a variety of content while promoting AFI’s activities in these two areas. This role also involves the coordination of AFI knowledge products, AFI events and accompanying visibility products, variety of online products and campaigns for website and social media. Learn more & apply now.
Reporting to the Head of Communications, Media Relations and Events Management, the Brand and Communications Manager is primarily responsible for management, development and implementation of AFI’s branding policies, publications and exhibitions. This position requires close cooperation with editors and designers, as well as other technical consultants, to ensure highest quality of each publication and outreach product. Learn more & apply now.
A key responsibility of the Policy Manager, Inclusive Green Finance (IGF) is to develop new knowledge products and policy guidance on IGF, and support the newly established Inclusive Green Finance Working Group and member institutions in preparing, delivering and implementing policy change in this area. Experienced in financial inclusion policy and posses an understanding for climate change and its impact globally, the Policy Manager is goal-oriented with the ability to influence and guide others to achieve common goals. Learn more & apply now.
Reporting to the Head of Gender Inclusive Finance (GIF), the Policy Analyst will play a leading role in policy analysis work in new and emerging financial inclusion policy areas. This role requires a high level of responsibility, capacity to work independently, and ensuring the timely delivery of all team outputs. The Policy Analyst will also lead the research and policy analysis to support AFI's commitment for greater gender diversity and women's leadership within AFI member institutions. Learn more & apply now.
The Programme Officer will assist the Gender Inclusive Finance (GIF) team in logistical organization of AFI's gender inclusion programs including advertising with AFI members and ground support at trainings and events. This role will also support the Head of GIF in preparing content and modalities for the AFI gender inclusion programs. Tasked with expanding AFI's gender inclusive finance program, the Programme Officer is expected to be a highly motivated self-starter with the ability to multitask. Learn more & apply now.
Reporting to the Head of Global Partnerships, the Policy Manager, Public-Private Partnerships is tasked with administrating, advancing and expanding the AFI Public-Private Dialogue (PPD) platform. This role requires experience with partnership and client portfolio management comprised of global and regional institutions. Able to engage effectively with a diverse array of partners and stakeholders, the Policy Manager will secure PPD partner pipelines and strengthen AFI's Knowledge Partnerships. Learn more & apply now.
Making financial services more accessible to the world's unbanked.
Empowering policymakers to increase access and usage of quality financial services to the poorest populations through policy formulation, implementation and global advocacy.
AFI maintains a work environment that fosters personal and professional growth for all employees. AFI values revolve around six principles as seen in the graphic below.