The Intergovernmental Group of Twenty-Four on International Monetary Affairs and Development (G-24) was established in 1971 as a representative grouping of developing countries across Asia, Latin America and the Caribbean and Africa. The purpose of the Group is to coordinate the position of developing countries on monetary and development issues, particularly issues on the agendas of the International Monetary and Financial Committee and the Development Committee, and to represent the views of the Group in relevant international fora.
The G-24 Secretariat is the executive/administrative arm of the G-24. The functions and activities of the Secretariat include: ensuring effective liaison among G-24 members with a view to facilitating consensus on issues of common interest; overseeing and implementing the work program; managing the research program; building strategic partnerships with other fora engaged in the same spheres of interest; and assisting the Chair and the Bureau by providing logistical and secretarial support for the various meetings of the G-24. The G-24 Secretariat is currently seeking an Advisor/Senior Advisor to contribute to the implementation of the G-24’s work program and research program.
Responsibilities: The Advisor/Senior Advisor will provide substantive, strategic support to the Director of the G-24 Secretariat on a range of issues, which include liaising with the offices of the Executive Directors and officials of the World Bank Group and International Monetary Fund on relevant matters, representing the G-24 in senior level engagements, organizing the G-24 Ministerial and Deputies, as well as other meetings, designing and implementing the G-24 research program, and managing the office of the G24 Secretariat. 
Qualifications: Applicants must have at least eight years of experience in international development working on macroeconomic policy and development finance issues. Also required are: a graduate degree in economics or in a related discipline; capacity to operate confidently in complex policy settings; familiarity and working experience with governments and inter-governmental organizations; experience engaging with high-level stakeholders in international fora; demonstrated ability to conceive, implement and coordinate complex research projects and agendas; strong command of English which includes excellent oral and written communication skills; a track record of publications for the senior advisor role. 
Salary and designation will depend on level of experience.
Applications: All applications and enquiries should be sent to the G-24 Secretariat at jobs@g24.org (subject line ‘G-24 Senior Advisor Position’) by 5p.m. on April 29th, 2016. Please include a cover letter and résumé. Only candidates under consideration will be contacted.