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Mar 082018
 

Organization: Winrock International
Country: Viet Nam
Closing date: 23 Mar 2018

Access to Finance Specialist

Location: Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Application Deadline: March 23, 2018

Effective with the release of this position announcement, Winrock International is recruiting applicants for the position of Access to Finance Specialist for an upcoming USAID funded project supporting small and medium enterprises in Vietnam.

Winrock is seeking experts to design and provide technical leadership to activities that will support small and medium size enterprises (SME) in accessing and competing in domestic, regional, and international markets. Through its market-driven interventions the project will spur on and off-farm employment opportunities and incentivize investment in business service provision and market infrastructure. For all positions, preference is given to those with previous private sector experience and advanced degrees. All positions require fluency in English and local and/or regional experience. All positions are contingent upon Winrock International winning the award.

Position Description:

The Access to Finance Specialist will build the capacity of market system actors to develop bankable business plans and access short to long-term financing. He/she will work with financial institutions to roll-out appropriate saving and lending products.

He/she will identify opportunities for ICT-based solutions to improve accessibility of financial services

Minimum Experience Required:

  • 10 years’ experience in the financial services sector, including 5 years in SME lending
  • Experience with formal and informal finance.

  • Vietnam or regional experience preferred. Fluency in Vietnamese required

How to Apply? Please email your CV at Vietnam.project@winrock.org

How to apply:

Please email your CV at Vietnam.project@winrock.org

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