Who can apply?
Unless otherwise stated in the job offer, an applicant must be from one of the OECD member countries   in order to be considered for an official appointment. 
 What kind of employment is available in my field at the OECD?
Please consult our current vacancies where we provide complete descriptions of current job openings and required qualifications.  We publish new vacancies regularly, and they generally remain on our site for four weeks.  You can keep up-to-date on new job openings by using our email alert service.
 What expertise should I have in order to work at the OECD?
The OECD employs people from very diverse fields.  Please consult our site to gain a better understanding of our activities.  We advise you to visit the "What we look for" page in order to get a general idea of the requirements for the different levels as well as our current vacancies in specific fields.
 What is the Young Professionals Programme?

Please consult the Young Professionals Programme   on the OECD website.

 Can I work at the OECD during the summer school holidays?
Please consult our current vacancies where we provide complete descriptions of current job openings and required qualifications.  We publish new vacancies regularly, and they generally remain on our site for four weeks.  You can keep up-to-date on new job openings by using our email alert service.
 I would like to become an intern at the OECD. What do I need to do?
On this page you will find all information on OECD internships .
 Does the OECD use selection tests?
For most jobs, candidates should expect to take a written test as part of the selection process. Tests may be case studies on relevant policy issues,  briefing notes to senior officials, policy recommendations on specific topics etc… Information regarding any required tests will be indicated in the vacancy posting.
 Can I obtain financial assistance or a bursary from the OECD?
Unfortunately the OECD is not in a position to provide financial assistance or bursaries.
 What would my exact salary be if I were offered a job at the OECD?

Please refer to our website for guidance on salary scales .  Confirmation of your exact salary would be communicated at the time of a formal offer.


 

 

 What are the working languages of the OECD?
English and French are the official languages of the OECD.  Please make sure that your application, cover letter and CV is sent in one of these two languages.
 What kind of working conditions and benefits can I expect?

All conditions and benefits-related information are available on our Website.