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December 30, 2015

Job Offers: A New Year, a new Career as PFM Specialist for the IMF

The Fiscal Affairs Department of the International Monetary Fund is seeking public financial management (PFM) specialists to fill a number of current and prospective vacancies. These include:

  • Contractual Advisor positions based in Washington DC.
  • Regional Advisor positions in regional technical assistance centers (RTACs), specifically PFTAC based in the Fiji servicing 17 Pacific Island Countries, CARTAC based in the Barbados servicing 20 Caribbean countries and two regional advisor positions in South-East Asia based in Bangkok.
  • Country Advisor positions based in ministries of finance in Asia, Africa, and the Middle East.

Washington-based Contractual Advisor positions will be for an initial period of two years; renewable up to four years. All regional and country advisor appointments will be for a minimum of one year, renewable for a maximum of three to four years. Please find further details on the requirements and instructions on online application here



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