IMF is an international organization which stabilizes and supports the world economic growth. 24,00 employees in IMF are ready are ready to face the challenges of world economic work and bring innovative solutions. There are 189 countries that are working to foster global monetary corporation. The main aims of this organization are to facilitate international trade, to encourage high employment, reduce poverty and to uncease economic growth. The organization is stronger and dynamic that can keep a way to solve microeconomic and financial issues of the day. In IMF you can also have an opportunity to give your contribution to the organization by improving the global economy.
- To promote International monetary corporation, exchange stability, and orderly exchange arrangements.
- To encourage world economic Growth and high levels of employment
- Remove Poverty and unemployment around the world
- Provide temporary financial assistance to countries for the adjustment of the payments.
IMF Undergraduate Internship
The IMF Internship Programme brings an Opportunity to Graduate or Undergraduate students to build a career in this field. In every year there are 35 to 40 internships undertaken during summer that are in between May and September and the another 10 to15 internships are done during the winter that is from November to March. 10 to 13 week of interns work under the supervision of experienced economist to execute a research project and assemble a paper. At the end of the assignment, their paper may be granted to staff in the department.
World Bank Current Vacancies
The World Bank is an international financial institution that lends loans to countries. It divided into two main branches that are- International Bank for Reconstruction and the International Development Association (IDA). The World Bank and the IMF, both work closely with each other. When we think to do work in World Bank, then it can fairly approve that this organization not only brings a bright career to an individual but brings a talented employ who dedicatedly work for stabilizing the world economy and remove poverty as well. Below we’re suggesting you some vacancies that may give you a chance to grab this career opportunity and to work with this organization:
Current Job Vacancies in World Bank
|Jobs||Job Title||Job Family||Job type||Grade||Location||Closing Date|
|170642||Senior Financial Assistant||Accounting||Proffessional & Technical||GD||Chennai, India||6 April 2017|
|170641||Senior PPP/ Infrastructure Finance specialist||Other||Professional & Technical||GG||Dakar, Senegal||17-Apr-2017|
|170636||Financial Analyst (3 positions)||Financial Sector||Professional & Technical||GE||Manila Philippines||10 April 2017|
For more jobs click on this link ” World Bank jobs Opening”
IMF Economist Program
The Economist Program is an essential program which accelerates and brightens the careers of young candidates. This program is looking for the applicants who wants to build their career at the fund and become a future leader. When the program ends, candidates are eligible for an open-ended appointment but in such case, if you remain in the fund or move anywhere, then the program will give an unparalleled foundation for a successful economist career.
As an IMF Economists, you will have to face an abundance of responsibilities and challenges with increasing the duties in economic analysis, technical assistance to member countries policy and program design. Fund Economists work in two different departments- a) economic development and policies in one or more member countries as a desk economist in an area department. b) Economists assignment will involve a visit to member countries. It works on general policies or more specialized functions.
Economists who are selected for interviews, they have to clear the rounds of the competitive screening process, like a written test, a technical interview by a panel of economists, a behavioral interview, and an Interview with the hiring organization. The main aim of this procedure is to determine the suitability of applicants for long-term careers, adaptability, skillfulness as macroeconomists.