Reporting to the Deputy Director, Economics Department, the Economist continuously monitors economic, social and political developments affecting or involving the Bank’s Borrowing Member Countries (BMCs) for which he/she is responsible. In addition, the Economist analyses such developments and provides a continuing flow of reports, opinion and advice on the optimal allocation and use of resources (including finance and technical assistance) to address development and economic management issues from the points of view of the BMCs and the Bank.
The Economist is also responsible for economic research and related activities aimed at improving the efficiency and effectiveness of the Bank’s operations and interventions in its BMCs. This involves identifying, initiating, undertaking, executing and/or commissioning of studies on priority areas of economic research and the dissemination of research output.
Reporting to the Chief Information Officer, the Information Technology Governance Manager leads, manages and enforces the enterprise IT risk management and information security framework/methodology working across value streams. This includes all information security activities. In addition, Information Technology Governance Manager works with the Chief Information Officer to build the enterprise architecture for records management to ensure that information asset management practices are in place for all departments.