World Bank Group Recruitment Drive 2017 for Caribbean Nationals.
Application Deadline: December 14, 2017.
The World Bank Group is launching a recruitment drive aimed at increasing the number of Caribbean professionals in its workforce.
This commitment to hire Caribbean nationals reflects the World Bank Group’s senior leadership’s commitment for a diverse workforce in which Caribbean nationals can play a key role in fighting poverty and increasing shared prosperity.
A career with the World Bank Group offers a unique opportunity for exceptionally talented individuals with a passion for international development to contribute to solving some of the world’s most pressing problems. Bank staff work with governments, civil society groups, the private sector, and others in developing countries around the world, assisting people in all areas of development, from policy and strategic advice to the identification, preparation, appraisal, and supervision of development projects.
The World Bank Group are currently seeking qualified professionals to fill various roles within the World Bank Group located in Washington, DC or one of our regional offices.
- Minimum qualifications for entry-level positions include a Master’s degree plus 5 years of relevant professional experience.
- For mid-career professionals, the minimum requirements are a Master’s degree plus 8 years of relevant professional experience.
- Ideal candidates for these positions must have a demonstrated capacity for strategic thinking, the ability to conduct dialogue on relevant development policies and priorities, and fluency in English.
- Fluency or proficiency in other languages, in particular Arabic, Chinese, French, Portuguese, Spanish, or Russian is considered a plus.
Applications must be submitted through the links below by December 14, 2017.
Only those candidates who are short listed will be contacted for interviews before or on January 5, 2018.
WB Information Technology
WB Development Finance Vice Presidency
WB Human Resources
WB Finance and Accounting
Latin America and the Caribbean Region
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