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Vacancies

The Central Bank of Malta is inviting applications from suitably qualified candidates, citizens of Member States of the European Union, to fill the following positions: 

  • Chief Officer - Human Resources
  • Head - Legal Department
  • Head - Investments and Government Securities Department 
  • Head - Financial Stability Surveillance, Assessment and Stress Testing and Risk Models Department
  • Head - Internal Audit Department 

The job descriptions for each position are included hereunder. 

The Bank is offering an attractive remuneration package for the successful applicants commensurate with experience and qualifications and will include fringe benefits unique to employees in the banking sector. The contract of employment will initially be for a fixed term period. 

Any queries should be directed to Head - Human Resources Department by email

To further enhance the diversity of its workforce at all levels, the Central Bank of Malta particularly encourages applications from female candidates.


  • 367/2018

    Chief Officer - Human Resources

    The Central Bank of Malta is inviting applications from citizens of Member States of the European Union to fill the position of Chief Officer - Human Resources. The Chief Officer Human Resources (CO-HR) will develop and implement human resources strategy and policies, carry out staff administration, support staff recruitment and reward management, promote a high performance culture within the Bank, and foster staff development as well as occupational health and well-being.

  • 368/2018

    Head - Legal Department

    The Central Bank of Malta is inviting applications from citizens of Member States of the European Union to fill the position of Head - Legal Department. To lead the Bank’s Legal Department in fulfilling its responsibilities namely to provide legal support and advice by way of a consulting service to the Governors and to other areas in the Bank with a view to protect and preserve at all times the Bank’s legal interests, ensuring that its operations remain within the parameters established by law and compliant with relevant legislation as applicable from time to time.

  • 370/2018

    Head - Investments and Government Securities Department

    The Central Bank of Malta is inviting applications from citizens of Member States of the European Union to fill the position of Head – Investments and Government Securities Department. The Department is primarily responsible for the management of the Bank’s financial assets, as well as acting as an investment manager for schemes sanctioned by the Governors and co-managing the Bank’s portion of US dollar reserves on behalf of the ECB. The Department also acts as the market-maker for Malta Government securities, contributing to the development of the domestic money and capital markets whilst also providing advice on debt management issues to the government.

  • 366/2018

    Head - Financial Stability Surveillance, Assessment and Stress Testing and Risk Models Department

    The Central Bank of Malta is inviting applications from citizens of Member States of the European Union to fill the position of Head - Financial Stability Surveillance, Assessment and Stress Testing and Risk Models Department. By carrying out financial stability surveillance, assessment analysis and stress testing, the Department detects potential threats that could weaken the domestic financial system. The ultimate aim is that of ensuring financial stability by identifying the build-up of potential systemic risks, which could in turn require policy measures. This is a critical component of the Bank’s strategic roles, both within the Eurosystem as well as its Domestic responsibilities.

  • 369/2018

    Head - Internal Audit Department

    The Central Bank of Malta is inviting applications from citizens of Member States of the European Union to fill the position of Head - Internal Audit Department. To lead the Audit Function at the Central Bank of Malta. To co-ordinate the work of, and give strategic direction to, Internal Audit activity in order to advise senior management, thus providing reasonable assurance to the Internal Audit Committee and the Board of Directors as to the adequacy and effectiveness of the Bank’s operational and control framework. This also applies within the context of the ES/ESCB/SSM – Internal Auditors Committee membership.