The ideal candidate's competencies for professionals job vacancies listed below are those on which you will be assessed on during a panel interview
1. Professional competence and analytical/conceptual ability
Great expertise and technical/analytical/conceptual skills and the ability to apply them effectively in the OECD. Ability to identify key issues with clarity despite complexity/ambiguity.
Commitment to identify important trends in the area of specialisation and commitment to continual professional and personal development.
2. Organisational Awareness
3. Political Sensitivity
A consistent awareness and monitoring of the political context of OECD’s work and of the challenges and opportunities that it presents.
Knowledge and sure judgement about the political dimensions of projects and situations.
4. Work Organisation
Ability to develop and implement effective short and long range plans and follow up arrangements in order to deliver the work programme: set and fulfil roles and responsibilities, establish and achieve deadlines, co-ordination and management skills, appreciate time and resource implications for projects.
Constructive and effective participation in meetings. Running of efficient and focused meetings.
5. Professional Integrity
Demonstration of the highest professional values and standards: objectivity, independence, analytical rigour, credibility, discretion, confidentiality and ethical behaviour. Resistance against political pressure.
7. Inter-personal skills
8. Team Work and Collegiality
Ability to work co-operatively and effectively in multi-cultural and multi-disciplinary teams. Ability to motivate others and build team spirit.
Diplomatic disagreement and persuasion by reasons and arguments.
10. Drive and Stamina
12. Self Direction