UNESCO Mid-Level Young Professionals Program

uNESCO Mid-level young professionals programme 2022

The Mid-Level Professionals Programme (MLPP) is a new recruitment program at UNESCO for talented and highly trained mid-level professionals who want to begin or enhance their careers as International Civil Servants.

While candidates from all UNESCO Member States are welcome to apply, candidates from non- and under-represented Member States, as well as internal candidates, will be given particular consideration.

Who Can Apply?

Eligibility Criteria

Must be a national of a UNESCO Member State. Qualified candidates from non- and under-represented Member States are strongly encouraged to apply.

The MLPP selection process is based on the standard UNESCO recruitment process. Standard educational and work experience requirements for professional positions at P-3 and P-4 level apply.

Language requirements

Candidates should demonstrate an excellent knowledge of at least one working language of the Secretariat (English or French). A good knowledge of the other working language is an asset, or in some cases, is required.

Knowledge of Arabic, Chinese, Russian or Spanish could be required or would be an additional asset.

Core Competencies and Values:

UNESCO Core Values: Commitment to the Organization, Integrity, Respect for Diversity, Professionalism

For detailed information, please consult the UNESCO Competency Framework

Application Process

Positions included in the MLPP are advertised for two months. Before applying, please check the requirements carefully to ensure that you are eligible and qualified.

Please note that all candidates must complete an on-line application and provide complete and accurate information. No changes can be made to the application once submitted.

To apply, please visit the UNESCO Careers website.

Deadline for Applcation is June 27th 2022

For more details visit UNESCO Mid-Level Professional Program

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