• Organization TypeFunding Agencies
  • Staff1001-5000
  • Development BudgetOver 500 Million
  • HeadquartersUnited States
  • Founded1959

Inter-American Development Bank (IDB)

Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) supports efforts by Latin America and the Caribbean countries to reduce poverty and inequality. They aim to bring about development in a sustainable, climate-friendly way. Established in 1959, they are the largest source of development financing for Latin America and the Caribbean, with a strong commitment to achieve measurable results, increased integrity, transparency and accountability. They have an evolving reform agenda that seeks to increase their development impact in the region. While they are a regular bank in many ways, they are also unique in some key respects. Besides loans, they also provide grants, technical assistance and do research. Their shareholders are 48 member countries, including 26 Latin American and Caribbean borrowing members, who have a majority ownership of the IDB. Their Fund for Special Operations (FSO) provides concessional financing to their most vulnerable member countries. Given their shareholder base and prudent management, they have a strong financial position. As a result, the IDB is able to borrow in international markets at competitive rates and transfer that benefit to their clients. WHAT THEY DO Partnering with clients, the IDB seeks to eliminate poverty and inequality, and promotes sustainable economic growth. The Bank supports clients in the design of projects, and provides financing, technical assistance and knowledge services to support development interventions. The IDB focuses on empirical evidence for making decisions and measuring the impact of this projects to increase its development effectiveness. Clients The IDB lends to national, provincial, state and municipal governments as well as autonomous public institutions. Civil society organizations and private sector companies are also elegible for IDB financing. Objectives, Goals and Sector Priorities In the Ninth General Capital Increase, the Board of Governors mandates the Bank to pursue two overarching objectives: reducing poverty and inequality and achieving sustainable growth. Alongside these objectives are two strategic goals: addressing the special needs of the less developed and smaller countries and fostering development through the private sector. To achieve the Bank’s objectives, the Report on the Ninth General Increase in the Resources of the Inter-American Development Bank, identifies five sector priorities: -social policy for equity and productivity; -infrastructure for competitiveness and social welfare; -institutions for growth and social welfare; -competitive regional and global international integration; and -protection of the environment, response to climate change, promotion of renewable energy and ensuring food security.
See more

Careers

3Current jobs
564Total posted jobs

Job openings over the past year

Examples of past jobs

  • Biometrics and Electronic Identity Expert
    Jamaica
  • Individual Consultant: Creation of a Tax Education Application
    Brazil
  • Benchmarking Specialist: Energy Sector
    Honduras
  • Onsite Technical Advisor: Statistical Reform
    Bahamas

Staff at Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) have experience in

Sectors

  • development
  • banking system
  • economic policy
  • research & development
  • monitoring / evaluation

Funders

  • world bank group
  • test
  • united states department of agriculture
  • goal global

Countries

  • honduras
  • colombia
  • chile
  • mexico
  • argentina

Skills

  • managerial experience
  • business development
  • experience in recruitment
  • international experience
  • with experience in conflict areas

Experience

Banking System
Monitoring / Evaluation
Research & Development
Architecture / Design
Economic Policy
Climate Change
Finance
Administration
Procurement Process
Events / Training

Company Offices

  • Argentina
  • Buenos Aires
  • Calle Esmeralda 130, pisos 19 y 20
  • Bahamas
  • Nassau
  • IDB House, East Bay Street
  • Barbados
  • Christchurch
  • Maple Manor, Hastings
  • Belize
  • Belize City
  • 1024 Newtown Barracks, 101 1st Floor, Marina Towers Building
  • Bolivia
  • La Paz
  • Edificio "BISA", 5º piso, Avenida 16 de Julio Nº 1628
  • Brazil
  • Brasilia
  • Setor de Embaixadas Norte, Quadra 802 Conjunto F, Lote 39 - Asa Norte
  • Distrito Federal 70800-400
  • Chile
  • Santiago
  • Avenida Pedro de Valdivia, 0193, 11º piso Correo 9
  • Colombia
  • Bogota
  • Carrera 7 N 71-21, Torre B, Piso 19. Edificio Bancafe
  • Costa Rica
  • San Jose
  • Edificio Centro Colón, Piso 12 Paseo Colón, entre calles 38 y 40
  • Dominican Republic
  • Santo Domingo
  • Calle Luis F. Thomen, Esquina Winston Churchill, Torre BHD, piso 10
  • Ecuador
  • Quito
  • Avda. 12 de Octubre N24-528 y Cordero, Edificio World Trade Center - Torre II, Piso 9
  • El Salvador
  • San Salvador
  • Edificio WTC, piso 4, 89 Avenida Norte y Calle El Mirador
  • Guatemala
  • Guatemala City
  • 3era Avenida 13 -78, Zona 10, Torre Citigroup - 10o. Nivel
  • Guyana
  • Georgetown
  • 47-High Street, Kingston
  • Haiti
  • Port-au-Prince
  • Bourdon 389
  • Honduras
  • Tegucigalpa
  • Colonia Lomas del Guijarro Sur, Primera Calle
  • Jamaica
  • Kingston
  • 40-46 Knutsford Boulevard, 6th Floor
  • Mexico
  • Mexico City
  • Avenida Paseo de la Reforma Nº 222 Piso 11, Colonia Juárez, Delegación Cuauhtémoc
  • Distrito Federal 6600
  • Nicaragua
  • Managua
  • Edificio BID, Km. 4 ½ Carretera a Masaya
  • Panama
  • Panama City
  • Avenida Samuel Lewis, Obarrio, Torre HSBC, Piso 14
  • Paraguay
  • Asuncion
  • Calle Quesada esq. Legión, Civil Extranjera
  • Peru
  • Lima
  • Paseo de la República 3245, Piso 14, San Isidro
  • Ohio
  • Suriname
  • Paramaribo
  • Peter Bruneslaan 2-4
  • Trinidad and Tobago
  • Port of Spain
  • 17 Alexandra Street, St. Clair
  • United States (headquarters)
  • Washington
  • 1300 New York Avenue, N.W.
  • District of Columbia 20577
  • Uruguay
  • Montevideo
  • Rincón 640, esq. Bartolomé Mitre
  • 11000
  • Venezuela
  • Caracas
  • Edificio Central Federal, piso 3, Avenida Venezuela, El Rosal
  • 1060