The OECD’s workforce is diverse and multi-cultural, with colleagues from across the 38 member countries and beyond, including key partner countries and countries with whom the OECD is working on regional initiatives. Staff from a wide range of academic and professional backgrounds bring diverse viewpoints and experiences, which enriches daily collaboration.
As an employee of the Organisation, you will have the opportunity to conduct and contribute to high-quality research and policy advice, helping the Organisation achieve its goal of better policies for better lives. You will also be part of a stimulating and challenging working environment.
In the OECD’s efforts to contribute towards a fair and inclusive world, we first strive to provide a workplace where everyone feels that they belong. The OECD strongly believes that diversity and inclusion must go hand in hand to be successful.
At the heart of our commitment to fostering a diverse and inclusive Organisation is an unwavering commitment to non-discrimination, encompassing gender and beyond, applied consistently across all phases of the employee life cycle, spanning from recruitment to career development.
A core strength of the Organisation is that its employees reflect the rich diversity across all its member countries. This in turn not only allows us to attract and retain the best talent from all cultures, identities and abilities across generations, but also creates a healthier and more productive organisation, which is associated with better decision-making, increased innovation and more relevant policy outcomes.
As an equal opportunity employer, we welcome the applications of all qualified candidates who are nationals of OECD member countries, irrespective of their racial or ethnic origin, opinions or beliefs, gender, sexual orientation, health or disabilities. The OECD is also committed to promoting policies internally that ensure all staff within the Organisation feel they belong and can perform to their best capacity in a supportive and respectful working environment.
The OECD continues to strive for accountability and transparency; is certified by the Economic Dividends for Gender Equality (EDGE) assessment; and actively participates in the Workplace Pride Benchmark Survey.
The People management guidebook (PMG) provides a concise but comprehensive overview of all of the key aspects of people management at the OECD.
Browse the PMG to find out more the policies and practices affecting employment and daily life at the OECD, including information relating to recruitment, working conditions, entitlements, learning and development opportunities and many more
Official staff benefits
We offer competitive salaries and a wide ranging benefits programme that are designed to provide financial stability and promote a culture of health and well-being. Core benefits for Official staff include:
Temporary staff benefits
Staff Rules and Regulations
The rules and regulations governing Official staff at the OECD are publicly available and provide more detailed information including on salaries and other benefits.