The ideal candidate's competencies for management job vacancies listed below are those on which you will be assessed on during a panel interview.
1. Strategic vision
2. Leadership: motivating high performance in others
Outstanding ability to lead, motivate, energise and develop multidisciplinary and multicultural staff, to manage budgets, and exercise quality control on both the policy and technical content of analytical reports, policy papers and programme proposals designed for senior officials (Ministerial and Ambassador-level) in national governments and international bodies.
Facility and commitment to pursue and lead team-oriented approaches to achieve high performance by communicating a clear sense of purpose, direction and priorities and by being a role model for action and commitment.
3. Analytical and conceptual thinking and decisive judgement
Ability to conceive and direct complex analysis, identify critical issues and draw out practicable conclusions.
Ability to analyse issues and problems in a thorough, systematic manner, to identify patterns and connections between issues/situations that are not obviously related to understand complex situations and solve problems; a capacity to take timely decisions when the available information is incomplete.
4. Planning and organisation
Ability to establish plans and priorities and to implement them effectively so as to deliver the Directorate
's work programme.
5. Performance management
Effectively promote collaboration and teamwork within the Directorate and across Directorate
in the OECD.
7. Open communication
Ability to present concepts and information clearly and persuasively, both orally and in written form, and to command attention, establish credibility, gain influence and lead, thus serving as an effective representative of the Directorate
, and the OECD more broadly, at both senior policy and technical consultations and meetings at national and international levels.
8. Relationship building - networking
Ability to identify and build relationships with people inside and outside the OECD who can be helpful/influential in creating opportunities, in getting things done and in achieving work-related goals.
Tact, discretion, courtesy, tolerance and diplomacy when dealing with internal and external contacts.
Demonstrated negotiation skills.
9. Results orientation
11. Developing self