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ASEAN+3 MACROECONOMIC RESEARCH OFFICE (AMRO), located in Singapore, is the surveillance unit of ASEAN+3 countries (ASEAN, China, Japan and Korea) to (a) conduct macroeconomic and financial surveillance of the members; (b) provide the members with policy recommendations to mitigate economic and financial risks; (c) assist the members on utilizing financial resource of Chiang Mai Initiative Multilateralization (CMIM). AMRO will be transiting into an International Organization soon.

AMRO is currently looking for the positions of Director and Chief Economist, to start work in AMRO from May 2016.
 

DIRECTOR

The responsibility of the AMRO Director is to head this regional surveillance organization to ensure efficient and timely surveillance of ASEAN+3 countries during both peace and crisis time.
 

CHIEF ECONOMIST

The Chief Economist, reporting to AMRO Director, will primarily be responsible for the surveillance and research activities.

For full details of the Terms of Reference and Qualification Criteria, please refer to:
AMRO career website: http://www.amro-asia.org/career/ or
Futurestep job portal: http://fsclient.loop.jobs/

Qualified candidates should send (a) CV, (b) brief description on the relevant working experiences, and (c) earliest possible starting date of employment at AMRO, to: http://amro.loop.jobs before 15 January 2016. Please kindly indicate the position you would like to apply.

For other position openings, please also refer to AMRO career website. We regret that only shortlisted candidates will be notified.

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