About the Job
(Where would you be located) Our global headquarters in Bogotá, Colombia (The responsibilities) you will be responsible for expanding our services and strengthening our project pipeline in LATAM, advising clients and managing RBF, performance management, and other projects from beginning to end. Tasks may include: (1) Project Management and delivery – improve our services and delivery approaches, develop technical components, develop and manage project scope & budget, lead the day-to-day workplan; monitor and understand all project details, design and delegate activities, coordinate ajnd motivate project teams; (2) Business development – build strong relationships and manage multi-stakeholder partnerships, engage in business development activities to build the projects pipeline; (3) Client management and advisory – Communicating Results-Based Financing and Performance Management in an eloquent and approachable manner, Actively improving our Results-Based Financing and Performance Management services
(Education) BA degree in economics, development economics, statistics, or related fields; and Master’s degree in economics, international development, or related fields; (Experience) At least 7 years of experience, including 6 years of relevant work experience in international development and/or in the public sector; (skills) empathetic and client management; strategic thinking, problem solving, structured thinking, Ability to develop complex analytical frameworks; (Language) Exceptional written and oral communication skills in English and Spanish C2
(How to apply) submit your CV and cover letter (in English). In your cover letter answer the following questions: (1) Why are you a good fit for this role? (2) What is your motivation to apply to Instiglio? Please note, only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted. Use this link to apply: "":http://bit.ly/ManagerLATAM
Instiglio is a non-profit consulting firm whose goal is to reshape expectations, raise performance standards, and maximize the impact of the development community. To do so, since our founding in 2012, we have been pioneering novel Results-Based Financing (RBF) and Performance Management approaches in developing countries to ensure that every dollar invested in solutions to poverty has the greatest possible impact. Instiglio is helping to build a global results movement in major social sectors, including livelihoods, agriculture, education, health, employment, and governance.
During our journey, we have worked with a range of actors; including governments (e.g., Governments of Colombia, Peru, Morocco, and Egypt), multilateral development banks (e.g., World Bank, Inter-American Development Bank), development aid agencies (e.g., USAID, MCC, DFID, GAC, SECO), service providers (e.g., Educate Girls, Mercy Corps, World Vision), and private foundations (e.g., IKEA Foundation, UBS Optimus Foundation, Fundación Corona, Fundación Bancolombia).
Instiglio has successfully launched RBF projects in over 25 Latin American, African, and South Asian countries, totaling over US $500 million tied to results. Particularly important milestones include the world’s first Development Impact Bond (education, India); the first Social Impact Bond launched in a middle-income country (workforce development, Colombia); the first Outcomes Fund (poverty graduation, Kenya and Uganda); and the launch of performance-based contracts with governments in Africa (employability, Morocco). Instiglio has also advised pioneer RBF transactions in the areas of agriculture and rural development in Colombia and Peru with the Canadian (GAC) and Swiss (SECO) development aid agencies, respectively. In addition, Instiglio has increasingly supported governments in strengthening their own systems of delivery through multi-year reform processes.
We are a diverse team of 50+ people, representing 10+ nationalities, with offices in Kenya, Morocco, Colombia, Peru, and the USA. Our team of practitioners has extensive development and government experience, including previous roles in impact evaluation (e.g., J-PAL), development banks (e.g., World Bank), country governments (e.g., Rwanda Ministry of Finance, Colombia’s National Planning Department, Congress of Colombia), and research (e.g., Harvard’s Center for International Development)