The U.S. Government (USG) encourages qualified Americans to seek employment with the OECD. The USG supports equal opportunity in employment, which is also a fundamental principle of the OECD’s human resources policies.
The OECD requires prospective employment candidates to hold OECD member country nationality.
Interested candidates can consult the Human Resources Management page on the OECD website.
Information on how the U.S. Government can support U.S. citizen applicants’ candidacies and on positions with other international organizations can be viewed via the State Department’s website.
OPPORTUNITIES FOR AMERICANS
To tap into the wealth of local American talent in Paris, the U.S. Mission to the OECD organized an information session on Applying for Jobs at the OECD on Nov. 24, 2010. OECD HR adviser Makoto Miyasako shares tips in a video presentation or by viewing his PowerPoint presentation! PowerPoint Presentation (PDF) »
The OECD is constantly recruiting highly qualified candidates for open positions within their organization. Their OECD Careers page can help you determine if you are a good fit for the organization. If you believe you are then check out their job vacancies and apply! Current Vacancies »
The Human Resources (HR) Office in Paris manages the Employment Program for all agencies represented in the Tri-Mission, which includes the Bilateral Mission, UNESCO, and USOECD in Paris, APP Bordeaux, APP Lyon, Consulate General Marseille, APP Nice, APP Rennes, Consulate General Strasbourg, and APP Toulouse.
International organizations offer many interesting and challenging employment opportunities where one can contribute to the needs of people and nations worldwide. Salaries are competitive and benefits are attractive.
UNESCO also offers wonderful opportunities for highly motivated individuals. To learn more about UNESCOs recruitment process and opportunities visit their recruitment site.