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.
A member of the Management Team, the Head of Finance will lead a team of finance personnel and be responsible for the financial management and coordination of all reporting activities for the organization. This role will also ensure timeliness, accuracy and usefulness of financial and management reporting that meets international reporting and standard requirement, Board of Directors' review, heads of departments and relevant stakeholders. In addition, this position will work closely with the COO and Management Team in the delivery of corporate tasks and objectives. 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.
The policy analyst will be primarily responsible for day-to-day support on all Policy Programs & Regional Initiative programs. He/She will be relied upon as a trusted resource for the team to undertake research, analyze data, review documents, turn volumes of information into key insights and effectively communicate key findings. Learn more & apply now.
The policy manager will provide expert analysis of regulatory frameworks for global standards proportionality, and facilitate the working group related to GS, support the development of work plans, and contribute technical guidance with coordination from AFI members. This position requires the ability to build productive partnerships across the organization and with stakeholders. Learn more & apply now
Part of the Policy Programs and Regional Initiatives (PPRI) business unit, the policy manager will oversee and facilitate the working groups related to FIS, support the development of their respective work plans, and provide technical guidance by coordinating closely with AFI members. This position requires strong negotiation, communication, advocacy and interpersonal skills. The policy manager will be expected to think and act with a long-term perspective, in order to deliver strategic outcomes. Learn more & apply now
The policy manager will be responsible for knowledge generation and in-country implementation on policies related to consumer empowerment and market conduct. This position requires content development and dissemination of policy trends related to CEMC in member countries with guidance on in-country implementation. The policy manager will also be responsible for supporting policy analysis within the field of CEMC, grant implementation, capacity building and more. Learn more & apply now
This role will constantly engage with internal stakeholders including Finance, Global Partnerships, Policy and Programs, to prepare grant agreements and make sure contractual documents are filed, and kept up to date such as policies and project plans. The Grants and Project Officer will also review contractual documentation to ensure adherence to legal requirements, donor stipulations and organization policies. This role requires strong attention to detail and impeccable organization skills. Learn more & apply now
AFI aims to establish a readily available Consultants Pool which could reduce significantly the time used to source and engage them. Consultancies awarded may be home-based or may require travel as part of the assignment. The duration of the assignments ranges from a few weeks to several months. If you are interested in being considered for a short-term consultancy, please submit your updated CV, rate card and two recent evaluation examples to AFI’s Procurement & Contract Unit: firstname.lastname@example.org
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.