The multilateral organization that provides development financing for Latin America and the Caribbean from its headquarters in Washington, DC has opened a search for its next Ombudsperson. The position is appointed by and reports directly to the IDB President for a five-year term period (renewable for a second, five-year appointment).
Applicants must have: a master's degree or equivalent degree in law, human resources, or other social sciences or relevant discipline; at least ten years of professional relevant work, with at least seven years of experience with employment issues, mediation, and/or labor relations preferred; and outstanding interpersonal and communications skills with bilingual command of Spanish and English, with knowledge of Portuguese and/or French preferred. Applications are due December 14, 2016. No salary indicated. (IDB Careers.)
The search will fill a position held by Doris Campos-Infantino for the past ten years.
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