FSB launches recruitment for Secretary General position
The Financial Stability Board (FSB) has today started the recruitment process to find a replacement for its current Secretary General, Dietrich Domanski, who will be retiring from his current role towards the end of the year.
The successful candidate will work with the FSB Chair and members to develop and operationalise the FSB’s strategy for addressing financial vulnerabilities, developing and implementing policies, and fostering international cooperation. You will help generate consensus on policy recommendations and other FSB actions, lead a 35-strong highly effective Secretariat, and represent the FSB at G20 meetings and in other international fora.
Candidates need deep experience in policymaking at national and international level and are likely to be in a senior and visible position in a central bank, treasury, national financial supervisory or regulatory authority, or international body.
We offer the opportunity to work at the hub of the financial stability dialogue, competitive conditions of employment and the chance to work in a high-profile international environment.
More details on the vacancy and how to apply can be found on the BIS website. The deadline for applications is 8 July 2022.