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Working with the Egmont Group

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The Egmont Group Secretariat (EGS) is a multicultural and diverse team of experts united in their goal to support the efforts of the global FIU community in fighting financial crime around the world. Secretariat staff are highly motivated and passionate about supporting the mission and strategic objectives of the Egmont Group.

The EGS’s People Management Framework was established to highlight its high-performing, diverse, and inclusive workforce and its modern, healthy, and respectful work environment.

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Interested parties can browse current and past opportunities with the Egmont Group or the Egmont Group Secretariat below.

Current Opportunities

Unfortunately, no opportunities are available at this time. Please check back again soon.

Past Opportunities

Communications Officer

This position reports to the Administrative Manager and ultimately the Executive Secretary and is responsible for implementing the Egmont Group’s and ECOFEL’s communication strategy. The incumbent is accountable for improving internal communication, promoting our organization externally, interacting with members and partners, and establishing productive relationships with key stakeholders. The incumbent is also responsible for developing and implementing plans to engage target audiences and spread the message about our initiatives and activities, including ECOFEL.

Program Manager - ECOFEL

ECOFEL is an engine and hub to assist FIUs further as they strive toward excellence and leadership. ECOFEL’s goal is to position and promote FIUs within their national systems as well as internationally. ECOFEL activities include mentoring, coaching, staff exchanges, specialized training courses, a library of reference materials, eLearning platform development, and other support mechanisms.

The incumbent will provide leadership and management while advancing the substantive work of the ECOFEL Program. The incumbent will ensure effective engagement with other stakeholders and partners in the AML/CFT community. The incumbent will also be responsible for developing and operating ECOFEL’s work plan to respond to the needs of Egmont and candidate members, supervising administrative operations, and reporting to donors.

The Ideal Candidate Possesses:

  • Strong management skills
  • An innovative and collaborative individual
  • Passionate about e-learning platforms and connecting with stakeholders
  • Has a desire to work within a multi-disciplinary team
  • Able to adapt easily to changing priorities
  • Able to work under pressure
  • Committed to achieving concrete and tangible results
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