Massive Recruitment in Nigeria

International Monetary Fund (IMF) is planning a Global Recruitment Mission to Nigeria, Tunisia, Senegal, Ghana,  Kenya, Zambia and South Africa during the month of October 2011.

In this regard the IMF Recruitment Mission will be in Lagos, Nigeria on October 15th for several positions within its Technology and General Services Department (IT professionals, Business Analysts, Real Estate/Project Management professionals etc). Copied from:

Through this mission the IMF is looking for competent managers and professionals to work in Washington DC, USA in the following positions:

  • Facilities Officer
  • Business Analyst
  • Senior Facilities Officer
  • Tenant Project Officer
  • Librarian
  • Business Analyst - Pension & Tax Applications
  • O&M Project Officer
  • IT User Liaison Officer
  • Information Technology Officer
  • Information Technology Officer (Technology Integration)
  • Associate Professionals (Technology & General Services)
  • Architectural/Specialty System Project Officer
  • Project Management Specialist. Copied from:
  • Senior Facilities Officer
  • Design Project Manager
  • Construction Project Manager
  • Mechanical Electrical Plumbing and Fire Protection
  • Mechanical Electrical Plumbing and Fire Protection (MEPPF)
  • Media Officer (Broadcast and Audiovisual)
  • Senior Media Officer - Broadcast and Audiovisual Services
Freelance Translators: IMF is also looking for Freelance translators for Arabic, Chinese, Engligh, French, Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish to work from their current country of residence.


We offer competitive compensation and world-class benefits.

How To Apply
For more information or to apply for current vacancies visit: When the page opens, scroll down to view the available positions, also click Next at the bottom of the page to view more jobs.
IMF Recruitment team will be visiting Nigeria within the month of October. Shortlisted candidates will be contacted with a specific time and place to meet for brief screening interview on location. English is the working language of the IMF. Qualified Nigerians at home and abroad are strongly encouraged  to apply.


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