Women’s World Banking seeks an individual with project management and communication skills as well as DFS expertise to manage on-the-ground a project focused on design and pilot of solutions to expand women’s usage of digital financial services (DFS).
Women’s World Banking is seeking an energetic Research Specialist to drive our research agenda, build out our qualitative toolkit, and further establish Women’s World Banking as a thought leader and industry expert in financial inclusion for women.
Women’s World Banking is seeking an experienced fundraiser responsible for the cultivation, solicitation and stewardship for a diverse portfolio of corporations, foundations and bi/multi-lateral agencies.
Women’s World Banking is seeking an innovative, energetic and multifaceted Behavorial Design Specialist to drive our financial solutions design agenda, build out our ideation, prototyping and user testing toolkit, and further establish Women’s World Banking as a thought leader and industry expert in designing innovative financial inclusion solutions for low-income women in emerging markets.
Women’s World Banking is seeking an experienced fundraiser with a proven track record of securing financial commitments from a broad set of donors (bi- and multilateral agencies, foundations, corporations, board members, and high net worth individuals) to serve as the Director of Development and Partner Engagement.
Women’s World Banking is seeking a Head of the Project Management Office (PMO), who will work closely with and support the Head of Indonesia’s National Financial Inclusion Council Secretariat and Working Groups, to ensure effective design and implementation of Indonesia’s National Strategy of Inclusive Finance (SNKI).
Women’s World Banking is looking for an experienced communications manager to develop and execute a communications plan to reach our target audiences (financial service providers, policymakers, donors) and support our work as the thought leader on women’s financial inclusion.
Women’s World Banking is seeking a behavioral design consultant with experience in applying behavioral science principles to qualitative customer research, as well as ideation, prototyping and user testing techniques, in order to design effective solutions to drive financial inclusion.
Women’s World Banking would like the assistance of a Volunteer to support the activities of the Development Team, in particular relating to the portfolio of international bi- and multilateral (public) partners with a strong focus on researching prospects and some added support on event & management support as well as donor stewardship.
Women’s World Banking is seeking a vendor to build an online survey tool and cloud-based database platform that will serve as a diagnostic of opportunities and barriers to serving women clients and advancing women internally.
We are seeking an experienced, highly motivated independent consultant to act on behalf of Women’s World Banking as a Country Director for India not only to help deliver on our organization’s strategic goals of advancing women’s financial inclusion in the country but more generally to build regional presence and oversee work in the sub-continent.
We are seeking a highly motivated and dynamic individual to act as Project Coordinator in support of Women’s World Banking’s strategic goal of advancing women’s financial inclusion in Indonesia and eventually, the rest of Southeast Asia.
Women’s World Banking is seeking an established consumer research firm to recruit participants and manage logistics for qualitative research throughout India on a rolling basis. The firm may also be asked to execute quantitative surveys or support execution of qualitative research.
Women’s World Banking is seeking a market research/intelligence/polling firm to assist in data collection, analysis and reporting for financial services for low-income women in 7 countries in Asia, Latin America, MENA and sub-Saharan Africa.
The Senior Data Analyst will play a critical role in enabling Women’s World Banking to better understand women’s financial needs and behaviors by converting data into insights that inform innovative, commercially viable solutions.
Women’s World Banking’s Gender Assessment Methodology serves to evaluate an institution’s gender diversity among staff and leadership, its recruitment, retention, reward and promotion of women as well as outreach to the low-income women’s market, product design, marketing, delivery channels and education programs.