Working in the World Bank is a unique and interesting task, as it allows you to gain a more complete picture of the countries and cultures of the world. 41,000 UN staff from 193 Member States come from diverse cultures and have rich and diverse backgrounds. The United Nations accepts applications for employment and internships from citizens of all Member States.
A candidate should provide a brief presentation of the CV, experience in participating in similar projects, etc. Potential candidates will be invited for interviews. Following the results of the interviews, the winner will be determined and a contract for the provision of services with the World Bank will be signed. Financing for this project is carried out as part of the Project for the Support of the Economic Policy, funded by the European Union Trust Fund.
Employment exams at the United Nations, including the annual National Competitive Employment Exams and Competitive Language Exams, are centrally managed by the Human Resources Office in New York.
A personal staffing form is required when applying for all vacancies and should be attached to the online application instead of a resume. When an external competition is announced for vacancies, these positions are indicated on the UNDP Jobs Site website. By clicking on the above advertisement, you will be automatically redirected to the corresponding advertisement on the UNDP Jobs Site website, where you can fill out and submit your application. World Bank will only consider online applications submitted through the UNDP Jobs Site. In response to such statements, an automatic acknowledgment of receipt is sent. Typically, due to a large number of applications, World Bank only contacts candidates who have been selected for interviews.
Employment Opportunities for Junior Professional Officers
The employment program for junior professional staff is supported by donors. It provides professionals from donor countries with the opportunity to gain experience in an international organization. Interested applicants should contact directly the relevant institutions in their countries. Please do not call or write to the World Bank regarding these opportunities. More information about the program and application rules can be found on the website.
The World Bank internship program offers a limited number of the best student interns currently studying undergraduate, post-master, and doctoral programs the opportunity to gain valuable work experience at the World Bank. The program is designed to supplement practical experience in various areas of multilateral technical cooperation with research on finance and other international studies, including in the field of law. The world expects the United Nations to tackle complex challenges. The issues addressed by the UN are as diverse as the proposed career opportunities. The UN activities cover all the tasks that modern society faces: peace and security, human rights, humanitarian activities, socio-economic development, and much more. Work at the United Nations is work for the benefit of all mankind.