SELA extends call for applications for Economic Recovery Analyst

January 19, 2024
author: WWW.SELA.ORG
SELA extends call for applications for Economic Recovery Analyst

The Latin American and Caribbean Economic System (SELA) has opened the call for the position of Analyst of the Economic Recovery Area, which aims to develop studies, knowledge and models in the area of Economic Recovery in line with the current Work Programme of the organisation, in order to promote proposals and actions to boost economic growth by strengthening regional integration processes, contributing to the design of public policies for trade facilitation and promoting the business ecosystem of SMEs in the Member States of SELA.

Initially the application process was open for local staff from 19 January until 31 January. However, it was decided to extend the call for applications until Friday 09 February.

The evaluation of the applications will take place between 14 and 21 February. The candidate will be selected from 22 to 29 February, to start working on 11 March 2024 at the headquarters of SELA, located in Caracas.

Interested persons must comply with the requirements detailed in the following link:, fill out the attached form and send the required information to the following e-mail address:

The candidate for the position of Economic Recovery Analyst must be a professional with a degree in Economics, of Venezuelan nationality, with a specialisation in public policy, quantitative methods, and/or international economics. Preferably with a master’s degree in the aforementioned areas.

Likewise, he/she must have at least 7 years of professional experience in areas such as: trade facilitation, productivity, economic integration, trade and/or logistics. Analytical capacity, application of concepts and models of economic theory, as well as at least 3 years of experience in international and/or regional organisations.

Being part of SELA's team combines the possibility of contributing to the economic recovery, sustainable development, cooperation, and integration of its 25 partner countries in Latin America and the Caribbean. It is an opportunity to share experiences with highly qualified staff in a professional, productive, and motivating work environment.