UNESCO is the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation. UNESCO’s wish is to build peace through international cooperation in Education, the Sciences and Culture. UNESCO is an international organisation, active in many states around the globe, and Headquartered in Paris. Lately, UNESCO appeared in the news due to activities such as seeking an end to discrimination against African descendants, and more. The employees at UNESCO report about rewarding work, goodwill towards the organisation, and describe UNESCO as an excellent place to learn about the ins and outs of international development, to find a place and participate in very interesting projects that have a real impact, and to work in multi-cultural teams; also, it is a great mission: it is very satisfying to know that you contribute to the major challenges that humanity faces.
As a UNESCO employee, you will enjoy the following advantages:
|Potential to advance||Good culture atmosphere|
|Collaborative environment||Many interesting projects and activities|
|Valuable experience||International and interesting staff, good people|
|Opportunities to work in a wide range of issues||Understanding of international organisations' structure and politics|
There are many job opportunities around the world, including:
|Logistics Specialist in Győr, Hungary||Chief Executive Office in Paris|
|External Relations Roster in Paris||Translators - Interpreters - Revisers in Paris|
|Social and Human Sciences Roster in Paris||Research Scientist in Trieste, Italy|
The main and basic steps in the UNESCO hiring process are:
Keep in mind though, that the list above is not necessarily the exact process that you will experience; the steps and their order vary according to your profession, level, experience and other parameters.
The following are the basic assessment that might be required during the procedure:
Note that the required tests depend on different factors.
The interview itself is a significant part of the pre-employment procedure, hence you should get properly ready for it by reading up about UNESCO, going through your CV again, and practising how to answer questions that are likely to come up during the interview, such as:
Another stuff that can help you are the interview tips and other relevant tools that are included in JobTestPrep’s products.
Also, we recommend you to prepare questions that you want to ask towards the end of the meeting. These questions could be:
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