Arab Monetary Fund (AMF) is a regional Arab financial institution founded in 1976 and aims at strengthening economic, financial, and monetary stability in its member countries (22 countries). It also aims at laying the monetary foundations for Arab economic integration and promoting economic development in Arab countries.
To achieve the previous objectives, the AMF provides, enter ilia, short-term and medium-term credit facilities to member states to assist in supporting external sector stability and financing their overall balance of payments deficits. It also works with member states in developing the financial sector in the Arab region. The AMF also contributes toward building capacity through training programs, technical assistance, and several technical working groups covering monetary, fiscal, financial, and statistical issues, among other topics.
The Economic Department is composed of three divisions:
The department also serves as the Technical Secretary for the Council of Arab Central Banks Governors and the Councils of Arab Ministers of Finance.
The successful candidate will oversee the work of the three divisions and report to the Counsellor/ Chief Economist. His/Her main responsibilities will include:
The AMF offers competitive terms of service in accordance with the applicable employment policy, which includes tax free salary, housing allowance, furniture allowance, air ticket allowance, education allowance, and defined life and medical insurance.
Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.