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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Policy Analyst will play a leading role in policy analysis work in a range of new and emerging financial inclusion policy areas. The position requires substantial experience in data analysis, developing policy recommendations and/or producing strategy documents. The Policy Analyst will also contribute to the AFI Policy Brown Bag series, part of internal capacity building within the AFI Management Unit.
On behalf of the Executive Director, the Executive Secretary will communicate with stakeholders, inside and outside the organization, manage busy schedules and complete complex administrative tasks. He/She must be exceedingly well organized, highly flexible and enjoy challenges. Diligence, optimism, and a sense of integrity and confidentiality towards work are essential.
AFI is looking for an experienced financial inclusion policy expert to be responsible for managing member relations and engagement for Asia, Eastern and Central Europe region. The key objective of this position is to manage member relations to support AFI in delivering appropriate services to its members based on regional, and country needs for implementation of financial inclusion policies.
The Communications Manager will be responsible for the coordination and management of AFI outreach, and media relations on green financial inclusion, and gender and women's financial inclusion. Responsibilities include the following: create and edit AFI stories and blogs for publication, developing and maintaining a media contacts list, and real-time reporting from AFI events.
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: email@example.com
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.