Working with the International Finance Corporation

Working with the International Finance Corporation
Published: 23 March 2020

Berwick Talent Solutions are proud and delighted to have been retained by International Finance Corporation (IFC), part of the World Bank Group, to support the recruitment of talented individuals to a number of strategically critical senior level roles in their innovative Upstream business.

These newly created roles represent an opportunity to build an exceptional career full of meaning and impact, in a pioneering and entrepreneurial environment.

Amidst a global pandemic, the work that IFC and the World Bank Group undertake in developing countries and emerging markets is critical more than ever.

They are coordinating with partners to accelerate the international response and support countries in managing the global pandemic, whilst deploying $8 billion in fast-track financing to support economies and protect jobs.

We are looking for a number of ‘Senior Upstream Officers’ across the Infrastructure and Financial sectors across globally located roles.

Suitable candidates will possess considerable sector expertise complimented by a deep understanding of international development or investments in emerging markets. A demonstrable experience in project and/or program development, in producing feasibility studies, hands-on advisory and/or consulting functions is also required.

The selected candidates will focus on developing high-quality Upstream pipeline in a specific region or global unit. They will also support policy work and other interventions across the World Bank Group to prioritise various initiatives and to maximise the impact of Upstream efforts.

If you would be interested in finding out more about the opportunities for IFC in Upstream, please visit https://www.berwickpartners.co.uk/opportunities/ or contact me directly.

To find out more about how IFC are helping companies and workers during the COVD-19 Pandemic, click here.

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