Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank Vacancy 2019

By | May 22, 2019

Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank Vacancy 2019

 Closing date: Monday, 3 June 2019

The Ethics Officer supports/assists the Ethics Office, comprised also of the Senior Ethics Officer and the Chief Ethics Officer, to operationalize, enforce and develop Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank’s (AIIB) written rules and guidance on standards of ethical conduct and to promote those standards and help embed them within AIIB’s culture.


  • Operationalize and enforce AIIB’s written rules and guidance on standards of ethical conduct and further develop those materials over time.
  • Administer AIIB’s financial and conflict of interest disclosure programs.
  • Advise on issues relating to standards of ethical conduct, including conflict of interest, financial disclosure, non-retaliation and respectful work environment.
  • Promote and help embed standards of ethical conduct within AIIB’s culture, including through training and other means of building awareness.
  • Support investigations into alleged misconduct by AIIB personnel and board officials, and develop standard template reports etc. for use in investigations.
  • Keep abreast of ethical standards of conduct and best practices in other multilateral development banks and international organizations.
  • Liaise with various internal stakeholders.
  • Implement training programs/materials to increase awareness and knowledge of proper conduct.
  • Contribute to reports on the activities of the Ethics Office as requested, for the Chief Ethics Officer to present to the President.


  • Minimum of 5-8 years’ work experience, including working in an international context and with responsibility for professional ethics and/or managing conflicts of interest within an international organization or financial institution.
  • Demonstrable progression of responsibilities, with a proven track record in implementing disclosure programs and providing ethics advisory services.
  • Experience in training methodologies and in developing and delivering training.
  • Some experience in conducting corporate/administrative investigations is preferred.
  • Strong problem-solving skills, with high analytical and investigative competencies.
  • Ability to perform well under pressure and to interact with tact and sensitivity.
  • Excellent command of English, including drafting/negotiating technical documents.
  • Master’s degree or above from a reputable university in relevant fields (however, comprehensive experience may be considered in lieu of the Master’s degree).

Previous experience and qualifications will determine the employee level at which a successful applicant will enter AIIB.