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.
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The Head/Senior Focal Point, Women’s Financial Inclusion serves as the gender focal point within AFI, who will drive the organization's work in this space, and aim to build AFI’s thought leadership in women’s financial inclusion. The Focal Point will also act as a conduit who absorbs, and processes external information and data into AFI’s in-country implementation work and facilitates wider dissemination of practical knowledge. Ultimately, this position would be a strategic investment to catalyze the transformational change of AFI towards becoming a global champion on gender and financial inclusion.
The Senior Recruitment Officer is responsible for managing the end-to-end talent acquisition process for all AFI job vacancies including collaborating with the hiring manager in defining job profiles. In addition to preparing interview kits, the Senior Recruitment Officer is expected to evaluate, select and prepare qualified candidates who meet the organization's requirements for interviews. Equipped with time management skills and a strong sense of urgency to operate in a fast-paced, dynamic environment? This job could be for you.
The Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Team is responsible for generating information that can be used to increase AFI’s efficiency and effectiveness in delivering its products and services to members. Among other responsibilities, the M&E Analyst will develop and implement processes and tools for systematic data collection, and tracking of AFI’s progress towards achievement of objectives.
Acting as one of the primary point of contacts between AFI’s business unit and its suppliers/ contractors/ service providers, the position ensures a high level of due diligence on AFI procurement. The Procurement & Contract Executive is responsible for ensuring that AFI’s procurement and contract making processes, and compliance procedures are transparent and understandable to all stakeholders.
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
Reporting to the Head of Communications, Media Relations and Events Management, and working with the AFI events calendar, the Web Content Writer is primarily responsible for creating a variety of online content including news, blogs, short success stories, newsletters as well as review, and copy edit short publications as needed. He/She should be able to conduct research on financial inclusion and related topics by combining studies, variety of AFI content, speeches, event agendas, and online sources including social media posts.
The Analyst, Capacity Building must demonstrate a high level of responsibility, capacity to work independently, and personal drive and organization. The role will involve working directly with senior level officials from AFI’s membership, managing relationships with key stakeholders and ensuring delivery of key outputs in a timely manner. The Analyst is expected to be experienced in designing training, preferably in an international setting.
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.