The ideal candidate's competencies for Administrative Client Support job vacancies listed below are those on which you will be assessed on during a panel interview.
Great experience and technical skills and the ability to apply them effectively in the OECD in order to accomplish job-related tasks. Understanding of the professional competencies applicable to the job: financial, personnel and office management techniques, processes, technology and software, etc. Understanding of the support functions’ roles and inter-relationships.
Understanding of the OECD’s administrative and regulatory framework, the challenges and opportunities that they present and an ability to judge and analyse the rules and regulations.
Commitment to further development of technical knowledge and skills and to knowledge sharing with colleagues.
2. Problem Solving
Ability to find timely and creative problem solutions that meet client and organisational needs while respecting OECD’s rules and procedures. Alertness to potential difficulties and information thereof to colleagues/supervisors. Initiative-taking in finding solutions and preventing future problems by incorporating solutions into procedures.
Commitment to continuously improve procedures and processes and to streamline administration.
3. Handling Information
Ability to handle information, written and oral, in an authoritative and secure manner, employing appropriate technologies and processes. Confidentiality.
4. Dealing with Details
5. Task Organisation and Planning
6. Organisational Awareness
7. Interpersonal Sensitivity
8. Team Orientation
10. Service Orientation
11. Achievement Orientation
12. Drive and Persistence
14. Self Confidence
Belief in one’s own ability to successfully perform a task or a job. Decision making. Ability to speak up assertively and diplomatically – not intimidated by hierarchy.
Display of initiative and perseverance. Ability to build relationships on all levels as a basis for team work.