International Labour Organization (ILO)

There has never been a more exciting time to be part of the ILO! If you want to work within an internationally diverse, globally challenging, highly principled environment and you have a proven track record of high performance, then the ILO is the right place for you.

What is the ILO?

Founded in 1919, the International Labour Organization (ILO) is the UN agency for the world of work. Rooted in a vision of social justice, the ILO sets international standards, advances rights at work and promotes decent employment opportunities for all.

Who is the ILO looking for?

The ILO seeks staff of the highest standards of professional competence, efficiency and integrity. Particular importance is given to selecting staff of diverse geographical origin, gender and age. We encourage applications from qualified women and men, including those with disabilities. Applications from qualified candidates from nationalities that are less than adequately represented are also particularly welcome.

The working languages of the ILO are English, French and Spanish.

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Founded in 2004, Facebook’s mission is to give people the power to build community and bring the world closer together. Over 2 billion people use Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp, or Messenger every month to stay connected with friends and family, to discover what’s going on in the world, and to share and express what matters to them. Facebook is defined by our unique culture – one that rewards impact. We encourage people to be bold and solve the problems they care most about. We work in small teams and move fast to develop new products, constantly iterating. The phrase “this journey is 1% finished” reminds us that we’ve only begun to fulfill our mission. As we evolve our journey to bring the world closer together, we stay true to the same core values to guide the way we work and the decisions we make every step of the way: be open, be bold, move fast, focus on impact, and build social value. For a full listing of our jobs, visit

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Have your job postings found by millions of job seekers who search on Google every day.

Google brings together job postings from across the web, whether they’re on websites run by small businesses or job sites with thousands of listings. This helps job seekers easily find their next job directly in Search. Make sure your job postings appear on Google today.

A problem isn’t truly solved until it’s solved for all. Googlers build products that help create opportunities for everyone, whether down the street or across the globe. Bring your insight, imagination and a healthy disregard for the impossible. Bring everything that makes you unique. Together, we can build for everyone. Check out our career opportunities at

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Amazon/ Earth’s most customer-centric company

When launched in 1995, it was with the mission “to be Earth’s most customer-centric company, where customers can find and discover anything they might want to buy online, and endeavors to offer its customers the lowest possible prices.” This goal continues today, but Amazon’s customers are worldwide now, and have grown to include millions of Consumers, Sellers, Content Creators, and Developers & Enterprises. Each of these groups has different needs, and we always work to meet those needs, innovating new solutions to make things easier, faster, better, and more cost-effective.

Amazon is guided by four principles: customer obsession rather than competitor focus, passion for invention, commitment to operational excellence, and long-term thinking. We are driven by the excitement of building technologies, inventing products, and providing services that change lives. We embrace new ways of doing things, make decisions quickly, and are not afraid to fail. We have the scope and capabilities of a large company, and the spirit and heart of a small one.

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Save the Children is the world’s leading organisation for children, employing around 25,000 staff. We save children’s lives. We fight for their rights. We help them fulfil their potential. Through our work in 117 countries, we put the most deprived and marginalised children first.

We offer careers across a whole range of professions – whether in hands on international development or humanitarian work, or with our support functions such as HR, IT, Finance, Legal, or Global Assurance. Whatever your profession, or career level, your contribution will help ensure children’s voices are heard at the highest levels, and that we achieve our global strategy, Ambition for Children 2030, and reach every last child.

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Today CERN employs over 2500 people – if you visit us you will find over 2500 different reasons why CERN is a great place to work!

Imagine… Working in a place like nowhere else on earth.

In addition to an exciting career opportunity, CERN offers a comprehensive benefits package like no other. People here enjoy living a truly cosmopolitan life, in the heart of Europe. The environment offers a myriad of leisure activities with excellent benefits, great remuneration and the freedom to work flexibly, it’s not just the work and atmosphere that makes people enjoy their jobs, it’s the tangible elements that they receive too.

A great place to live

CERN is located right on the border between France and Switzerland giving the option to its employees to live in either country. Whether you choose the scenic French countryside or the beautifully diverse city of Geneva (and its own wonderful countryside!) you will benefit from a top rated quality of life. The Geneva airport is situated only 15 minutes away and top European destinations are within a few hours’ reach.

And you will get to practice your language skills! CERN is a bi-lingual Organization whose official working languages are English and French. Living in the area will be a great opportunity to learn one of the two if you don’t already speak it. With people of over 100 nationalities working side by side, it is a rich multi-lingual and multi-cultural environment.

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Will you be part of our vision for the future?

GOAL believes in a world where poverty no longer exists, where vulnerable communities are resilient, where barriers to well-being are removed and where everyone has equal rights and opportunities. Join our team and help bring this vision to life.

Everyday around the world, GOAL is working on the front lines of crises and emergency

Whether they’re based in the field or an HQ office, GOAL’s teams are dedicated to doing everything they can to supporting those in need.

If you are ready to take on challenging, rewarding and life-saving work, apply for one of our open positions today.

GOAL’s Equal Employer Statement

Consistent with GOAL’s core values of humanitarianism, integrity, respect, partnership, and courage, we place a significant emphasis on equality in our working environment.

GOAL is committed to treating all of our employees with dignity and respect, and value diversity, which we believe enriches an organisation.

To reinforce this commitment, all company activities, policies, practices and procedures are to be carried out in accordance with this global standard.

All employees share in the responsibility for fulfilling GOAL’s commitment to equal employment opportunity and equal treatment. 

GOAL does not discriminate against any employee or volunteer; or any applicant for employment or volunteering on the basis of age, gender identity, ancestry, political opinion, civil status, medical condition, ethnic background, disability, race, religion, sexual orientation, or any other characteristic protected by applicable laws.

GOAL believes that our strong commitment to equal opportunity and equal treatment helps to ensure that there is no unjustified discrimination in the recruitment, hiring, training and development, promotion, compensation, benefits, retention, and discipline of staff and volunteers.

GOAL aims to provide a work environment that fosters fairness, equity, and respect for social and cultural diversity, that is free from discrimination, harassment [and vilification] as determined by applicable laws.



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Who we are

The world looks to the United Nations for solutions to complex problems everywhere; from ending conflict and alleviating poverty, to combating climate change and defending human rights. The issues on our agenda are manifold and diverse as are the careers we offer. Among our ranks you will find staff members who monitor elections, disarm child soldiers, coordinate relief in humanitarian crises and provide administrative as well as logistical support to carry out our complex mandates. These are just a few examples amongst our many other equally critical and necessary functions.

The wide array of jobs means that you may change functions, departments, geographic locations, and even organizations or fields of work throughout your career in the Organization.

The diversity of our people, some 39,700 staff (as of 31 December 2016) from our 193 Member States, means that you will find yourself working in multi-cultural teams with people from all backgrounds and cultures who have wide perspectives, experiences, expectations as well as approaches.

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What we do

Concern implements a huge diversity of programmes, designed to address specific causes of extreme poverty in communities across 23 countries. These programmes are guided by these six thematic focus areas. 

Who we are

We are an international humanitarian organisation that strives for a world free from poverty, fear and oppression. 

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What we do

Concern implements a huge diversity of programmes, designed to address specific causes of extreme poverty in communities across 23 countries. These programmes are guided by these six thematic focus areas. 

Who we are

We are an international humanitarian organisation that strives for a world free from poverty, fear and oppression. 

We deliver life-saving and life-changing interventions to the world’s poorest and most vulnerable people. From rapid emergency response to innovative development programming, we go to the hardest to reach places to make sure that no-one is left behind.

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The European Personnel Selection Office (EPSO) is responsible for selecting staff to work for the institutions and agencies of the European Union.

Each institution is then able to recruit staff from among the pool of candidates selected by EPSO.



The European Commission’s (EC) – ( open this link) role is to promote the general interest of the EU by proposing and enforcing legislation: it is the EU’s politically independent executive arm.  Political leadership is provided by a team of Commissioners (one from each EU country) – led by the Commission President, who decides who is responsible for which policy area. Once the legislative text proposal is out, it goes for adoption by the Council (representing the member states) and the Parliament (representing the European citizens). It administers the EU budget and the policy programmes (i.e. agriculture, fisheries, research etc.) in cooperation with authorities in the member countries.


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Working for the General Secretariat of the Council – ( open this link) provides you with a unique opportunity to support and assist two major EU institutions, the European Council and the Council of the EU.
The European Council, whose members are heads of states and governments of all EU member states, defines the EU’s overall political direction and priorities that are key for the EU’s future. It sets the EU’s strategic and political agenda at the highest political level. The Council of the EU negotiates and adopts EU laws, coordinates member states’ policies, develops common foreign and security policy, and concludes international agreements. The ministers and state secretaries of all EU member states meet in 10 different configurations, depending on the subject being discussed.


The European Parliament( open this link)  is a dynamic, inclusive, multilingual organisation that offers a wide variety of career and development opportunities. Parliament’s staff empower directly elected MEPs for a vibrant European democracy, supporting them in their work to build a more peaceful, safe, just and prosperous Europe. Parliament offers career opportunities across a very wide range of departments, whether linked to Parliament’s core legislative work or in areas that ensure the smooth running of the institution. Every member of staff plays an important role, directly or indirectly, in Parliament’s work for the benefit of EU citizens, contributing to the promotion and defence of democracy, freedom of speech, and human rights in the EU and beyond. Visit the new European Parliament ‘work with us’ web page to find further job opportunities published by the institution.


The European Court of Auditors (ECA) ( open this link) is the European Union’s external auditor, it was established by the Treaty of Brussels of 22 July 1975 and started work in October 1977. The ECA is one of the EU’s seven institutions: it is based in Luxembourg and employs around 900 audit, support and administrative staff of all EU nationalities.


The Court of Justice of the European Union (CoJ) – ( open this link) is the judicial body of the EU. Its role is to ensure that EU laws are respected by the EU’s institutions and Member States and applied in the same way throughout the whole of the EU. This ensures that the EU is based on the rule of law, a fundamental element of all democratic entities.


The European External Action Service (EEAS) – ( open this link) is the European Union’s diplomatic service. It helps the EU’s foreign affairs chief – the High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy – carry out the Union’s Common Foreign and Security Policy. Based in Brussels, but relying on an extensive network of EU diplomatic presence worldwide, the EEAS brings together European civil servants, diplomats from the foreign services of the EU member states and local staff in countries around the world. 


European Economic and Social Committee

The European Economic and Social Committee (EESC)( open this link) is a unique forum for consultation, dialogue and consensus between representatives from all the different sectors of organised civil society, including employers, trade unions and groupings such as professional and community associations, youth organisations, women’s groups, farmers, consumers, SMEs, environmental campaigners and many more. Its mission is to give a voice to organised civil society.


Committee of the Regions

The European Committee of the Regions (CoR)  – ( open this link) is the voice of regions and cities in the European Union. It is a political assembly bringing together over 300 local and regional politicians. Through their opinions and discussions with representatives of the European Commission, the European Parliament and the Council, CoR members contribute to shaping the Union’s decisions.


The European Ombudsman (EO)( open this link) is a small, dynamic office that helps members of the public as they engage with the EU institutions, bodies and agencies. The Ombudsman investigates complaints about issues that range from lack of transparency in decision-making or refusal of access to documents to violations of fundamental rights to contractual matters. The Ombudsman also conducts own-initiative inquiries into systemic issues, and encourages good administrative practices. With a team of around 80 the Ombudsman’s mission is to create a more effective, accountable, transparent and ethical EU administration.

The European Data Protection Supervisor (EDPS) – ( open this link) is the EU’s independent data protection authority, tasked with ensuring that the institutions and bodies of the EU respect data protection law. They are also impartial advisor on policies and proposed laws, which might affect the rights to privacy and data protection.

Institutions and Bodies for which EPSO does not select staff:



The European Central Bank (ECB)( open this link) is one of the newest official EU institutions, set up in 1998, with more than 3,500 employees from across Europe. Promoting financial integration and financial stability is at the core of the ECB’s mission. The ECB works closely with all 19 national central banks in the euro area and together with them forms a group called the Eurosystem. It also has regular contact with all 27 national central banks in the EU in a network called the European System of Central Banks.



The European Investment Bank (EIB)( open this link) is the lending arm of the European Union. The EIB Group has two parts: the European Investment Bank and the European Investment Fund. The two have more than 60 years’ experience and expertise in project financing. Headquartered in Luxembourg, they have a network of local and regional offices in Europe and beyond.


Apply/ OECD Internship 2021 in Paris, #France/ International Internship Opportunity

When can I apply for an internship?

We recruit interns on an on-going basis and applications are accepted throughout the year.

If your application is not successful, you are welcome to apply again to the next vacancy publication, which appear on the dates below:

1 March 2021
1 September 2021
1 March 2022
1 September 2022

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Apply/ OECD Internship 2021 in Paris, #France/ International Internship Opportunity


Apply/ #UnitedNations Agencies Internships

When should I apply?

Internship vacancies are advertised throughout the year. Refer to the details of the specific vacancy for important dates such as the deadline for application and the duration of the internship.

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The World Bank Internship Program

The WB Internship is offered twice a year:
• Summer Internship (May–September): The application period is December 1–January 31 each year.
• Winter Internship (November–March): The application period is October 1-31 each year.

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The World Bank Internship Program is now accepting applications for 2021



Apply/ Heinrich Boll Foundation Scholarship in #Germany

Application Deadline

1 March and 1 September of each year

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Apply/ Heinrich Boll Foundation Scholarship in #Germany



Apply/ Orange Knowledge Programme #Netherlands Scholarship 2021/2022 (Fully Funded)


The 3 expected candidate application rounds for individual scholarships are:

  • Round 1: 3 February-23 March 2021 (for courses starting between between 26 July and 21 November 2021)
  • Round 2: 12 May-29 June 2021 (for Short Courses starting between 22 November 2021 and 20 February 2022)
  • Round 3: 1 September-12 October 2021 (for Short Courses starting on or after 21 February 2022 and ending before 31 August 2022)

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Apply/ Orange Knowledge Programme #Netherlands Scholarship 2021/2022 (Fully Funded)


Apply/ 1) UE Scholarship of Excellence, 2) #Women in STEM-Scholarship, 3) #Sport Scholarship, 4) Women in Leadership

Application deadlines:

31st of January (summer semester),

31st of July (winter semester)

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Apply/ 1) UE Scholarship of Excellence, 2) #Women in STEM-Scholarship, 3) #Sport Scholarship, 4) Women in Leadership


Apply/ EDUFI Fellowship Program 2021 for Doctoral Students and Researchers (#Finland)

Rolling deadline

You can apply for the fellowship grant at any time. Please send the application to us at least five months before the planned start of the fellowship.

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Apply/ EDUFI Fellowship Program 2021 for Doctoral Students and Researchers (#Finland)


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