The Allen Schick OECD Internship offers outstanding students the opportunity to immerse themselves in international budgeting issues during an intensive summer in Paris.
Allen Schick and the OECD have been inseparable for over four decades. He was instrumental in the inception, development and success of the OECD’s work on budgeting and public financial management issues. This internship celebrates his lifetime of achievement and his enduring bond with the OECD.
The successful candidate will participate in ongoing projects in the field of budgeting and public expenditures. Topics include fiscal rules, long-term fiscal sustainability, fiscal risk management, medium-term expenditure frameworks, top-down budgeting, performance budgeting, evaluation, spending review, accounting, financial reporting, gender budgeting, green budgeting, and health financing.
The candidate will join a dynamic multi-national team, assist in the preparation of reports highlighting leading edge reforms and engage with high-level officials from OECD countries.
An internship stipend will be paid.
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The OECD is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes the applications of all qualified candidates irrespective of their racial or ethnic origin, opinions or beliefs, gender, sexual orientation, health or disabilities.