SELA opens vacancy for the position of Coordinator of Social Development

April 12, 2023
SELA opens vacancy for the position of Coordinator of Social Development

The Latin American and Caribbean Economic System (SELA) has called for applications for the position of Coordinator of the Social Development Area to develop, coordinate and manage the projects and activities of the organisation's Work Programme that promote social development in the region and contribute to the improvement of social development indicators, the establishment of regional structures that help reduce vulnerabilities and a greater use of the opportunities for development offered by human mobility.

Applications are open for local and international staff and can be made from Wednesday 12 to Monday 24 April this year. Interested persons must comply with the requirements detailed in the following link: They are required to fill out the attached form and send the information to the following e-mail:

The evaluation of applications and the selection of candidates will take place from 25 April to 3 May, and the selected candidates will be notified on 8 May, to start their functions on Monday 22 May 2023, at the headquarters of SELA, located in Caracas.

The candidate for the post of Coordinator of the Social Development Area must be a professional from any of the Member States of SELA, with a university degree in economics, engineering, international relations and/or a similar field, with a master's degree or specialization in the areas of social development, public policies, migration or other relevant to the social development area.

In addition, he/she must have a minimum work experience of 5 years in international organisations; intermediate/advanced level of English and any other language of SELA's member countries; as well as management and application of methodologies for monitoring and follow-up of projects.

Being part of SELA's team combines the possibility of contributing to the economic recovery, sustainable development, cooperation and integration of its 25 member 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.