Wednesday, 24 August 2016

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Employment opportunities

In order to function effectively as a global organization, the United Nations Secretariat has a continuing need for staff. It is impossible to list in detail the different type of positions for which the Organization recruits.

Explore a career with the UN: more info

General information on employment opportunities and current vacancies at the UN Secretariat: more info

The specialized agencies, funds and programmes (i.e. UNESCO, UNICEF, WHO, etc.) conduct their own recruitment programmes. Candidates should consult the appropriate agency’s website for information concerning employment opportunities. The following webpage contains links to vacancy notices of over 30 of these organizations: more info

Aside from the ‘Blue Helmets’, which are military forces provided directly by the Members States, the UN rely on civilian staff for its peacekeeping missions. Information on recruitment for peacekeeping operations: more info

Salaries, allowances, benefits and job classification at the United Nations: more info


Language competitive examinations

The United Nations is looking for qualified candidates to fill its language positions across the Organization: more info


Young professionals programme (YPP)

The United Nations is seeking highly qualified nationals of certain countries for employment in order to achieve greater geographical balance of its professional staff. The Young professionals programme (YPP) is a recruitment initiative that brings new talent to the United Nations through an annual entrance examination: more info


Associate Expert Programme (Junior Professional Officer/JPO)

The Programme offers young professionals who are graduates from universities or institutions of higher education an opportunity to acquire professional experience in the technical cooperation of the United Nations Secretariat. An Associate Expert/JPO is recruited under bilateral agreements between the United Nations and donor countries.
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United Nations Volunteers programme (UNV)

The United Nations Volunteers program is the UN organization that contributes to peace and development through volunteerism worldwide: more info


Internship programmes

Internship programmes at all major locations of the United Nations: more info

Internship throughout the UN system:
If you are interested in internships with other United Nations funds and programmes, you can find information here

Internship at the United Nations Regional Information Centre (UNRIC), Brussels
UNRIC is looking for qualified interns for a period of three to six months.
Applications should be sent to: UNRIC Brussels, attention: internship, Rue de la Loi / Wetstraat 155, 1040 Brussels, Belgium or via e-mail to: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .


UN System Vacancies in Brussels

Vacancy announcement and internships for the various UN offices in Brussels are posted here




Vacancies Brussels

UNDP Brussels Representation Office seeking ICT Associate (G7)

Agency: UNDP
Title: ICT Associate
Job ID: 5224
Practice Area - Job Family: Management - ICT
Vacancy End Date: (Midnight New York, USA) 25/08/2016
Duty Station: Brussels, Belgium
Education & Work Experience: C-HS Graduate or Equivalent - 7 year(s) experience
Languages Required: English, French
Grade: G7
Vacancy Type: FTA Local
Posting Type: External
Bureau: External Relations & Advocacy
Contract Duration: 1 Year with possibility for extension


Under the guidance and direct supervision of the Deputy Director, and overall supervision of the Director, the ICT Associate provides leadership in the execution of ICT services in the office, implements ICT management systems and strategies, provides daily technical support to users of information management tools and technology infrastructure. The incumbent is responsible for review and advice on the use of new technologies that will enhance the office productivity.  The ICT Associate promotes a client-oriented approach.

The ICT Associate supervises ICT support staff and works in close collaboration with the Management Support and Business Development, Operations, Programme and project teams in the office and UNDP HQs staff for resolving complex ICT-related issues.
Duties and Responsibilities  

1.      Ensures implementation of ICT strategies and introduction/implementation of new technologies focusing on achievement of the following results:

  • Compliance with corporate information management and technology standards, guidelines and   procedures for the office technology environment;
  • Provision of inputs to elaboration of internal policies and procedures on the use of ICT. Elaboration of the content of internal Standard Operating Procedures in ICT in consultation with office management;
  • Development and update of the ICT annual plan and road map;
  • Conducting market research and analysis, and introduction of new technology for office system updating and improvements (internet services, telephony, monitoring tools);
  • Provision of advice on and assistance in procurement of new ICT equipment for the Office and supported Agencies, provision of technical specifications and information on best options in both local and international markets.

2.      Ensures effective functioning of the office hardware and software packages focusing on the achievement of the following results:

  • Provision of advice on maintenance of equipment and acquisition of hardware supplies to the office, projects and supported UN Agencies, making routine repairs and change of hardware electronic components;
  • Supervision and installation of corporate/commercial software and related upgrades, anti-virus programmes on a timely basis;
  • Creation of new tools for high impact results (e.g. office management system, record management system, etc) as required;
  • Support to the effective functioning of hardware and software of other UN agencies as required.

3.      Ensures efficient infrastructure and networks administration focusing on achievement of the following results:

  • Operation of network utility procedures defining network users and security attributes establishing directories, menus and drive-mappings, configuring network printers and providing user access. Ensure that the UNDP desktop and network resources are protected from malicious virus attacks and deploy countermeasures in the event of the attacks;
  • Trouble-shooting and monitoring of network problems, including daily monitoring of network connection to ensure stable network environment;
  • Response to user needs and questions regarding network access;
  • Maintenance of up-to-date parameters of information for the network clients and electronic mail, with as part of the Leaver/Joiner process;
  • Implementation of backup and restoration procedures for local drives. Maintenance of backup logs. Organization of off-site storage of backups;
  • Maintenance of measures in place for business continuity and disaster recover processes and procedures including backup and restoration of both server and local storage facilities;
  • Timely LAN infrastructure and internet connectivity upgrade to meet UNDP requirements;
  • Networks administration support to other UN agencies as required.

4.      Provides web management services focusing on achievement of the following results:

  • Identification of the opportunities and ways of converting business processes into web-based systems to address the issues of efficiency (knowledge and contract management systems);
  • Support the maintenance of the office intranet ensuring that the content is updated and meets the requirements of UNDP; manage access to the office intranet page.

5.      Provides administrative support focusing on achievement of the following results:

  • Provision of advice on and assistance in procurement of new equipment for the office, projects and supported UN Agencies; provision of technical specifications and information on best options in both local and international markets; review of quotations and bids, including provision of relevant support during negotiations/renewal of service provider contracts;
  • Liaising with ICT service providers for cost efficient and optimal delivery of services;
  • Maintenance of an up-to-date inventory of the software and hardware;
  • Maintenance of the library of reference materials;
  • Maintenance of the inventory and stock of supplies and spare parts in cooperation with the Procurement Unit;
  • Provide ICT support to UN agencies as required by existing arrangements (e.g. internet and telephony, data storage, etc), including the development of long-term strategy for ICT support;
  • Manage ICT budget, including invoicing for cost recovery for ICT services rendered;
  • Provision of ICT support for key visits, events, including supporting videoconferencing infrastructure.

6.      Ensures facilitation of knowledge building and knowledge sharing focusing on achievement of the following results:

  • Identification and promotion of different systems and applications for optimal content management, knowledge management and sharing, information provision;
  • Organization of trainings for the operations/ projects staff on ICT issues;
  • Maintenance of staff training profiles;
  • Synthesis of lessons learned and best practices in ICT;
  • Sound contributions to knowledge networks and communities of practice.


Corporate Competencies:

  • Demonstrates commitment to UNDP’s mission, vision and values;
  • Displays cultural, gender, religion, race, nationality and age sensitivity and adaptability.

Functional Competencies:
Knowledge Management and Learning

  • Shares knowledge and experience and provides helpful advice to others in the office;
  • Ability to develop systems for structuring, codifying and providing access to information and knowledge.

Development and Operational Effectiveness

  • Ability to provide IT support services including IT hardware/ infrastructure support, ERP support, other IT applications support;
  • Good knowledge of MS Windows 7/8.1/10, Microsoft Office Suite 2010/2013/2016, Office 365, Lotus Notes, corporate ICT security and viral protection systems;
  • Demonstrated ability to supervise and train support staff;
  • Ability to provide input to business processes re-engineering, elaboration and implementation of new systems.

Leadership and Self-Management

  • Focuses on result for the client and responds positively to feedback;
  • Consistently approaches work with energy and a positive, constructive attitude;
  • Demonstrates openness to change and ability to manage complexity.

Required Skills and Experience

Education and certifications:

  • Secondary education.  University degree in Computer Science desirable but not a requirement;
  • Relevant certifications such as Cisco Certified Network Administrator (CCNA), Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist (MCTS) or Microsoft Certified Solution Associate (MCSA). If certification is not available at the time of recruitment, it should be obtained within 6 months.


  • 7 years of working experience in network/infrastructure administration, management of hardware and software platforms, telecommunications facilities including Windows- based packages and applications;
  • Proven experience with Microsoft products including Windows 2003/2008/2012 R2 server, SharePoint 2010-2013, MS Windows 7/8.1/10, MS Office 2010, MS Office 2010/2013/2016;
  • Proven experience with CISCO network administration;
  • Proven experience in the management of NAS and SAN;
  • Proven experience in installation, maintenance, troubleshooting of networks equipment, Siemens telephony systems and Polycom Video Conference System;
  • Proven track record in a Service Desk role and in client relations management;
  • Experience in writing technical documentation, implementation manuals or user guides;
  • Experience in web programming, graphic design and ERP an asset.


  • Fluency in written and spoken English and French.


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Important applicant information

All posts in the General Service (GS) category are subject to local recruitment. The selected candidate will be responsible for their own travel and for relocation costs.

Applicant information about UNDP rosters

Note: UNDP reserves the right to select one or more candidates from this vacancy announcement. We may also retain applications and consider candidates applying to this post for other similar positions with UNDP at the same grade level and with similar job description, experience and educational requirements.

Workforce diversity

UNDP is committed to achieving diversity within its workforce, and encourages all qualified applicants, irrespective of gender, nationality, disabilities, sexual orientation, culture, religious and ethnic backgrounds to apply. All applications will be treated in the strictest confidence.

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UNDP Brussels Representation Office seeking INTERN (European Parliament Affairs)

Intern (European Parliament Affairs)

Location :     Brussels, BELGIUM
Application Deadline :    24-Aug-16 (Midnight New York, USA)
Time left :    13d 19h 30m
Type of Contract :    Internship
Post Level :    Intern
Languages Required : English  
Starting Date : (date when the selected candidate is expected to start)    15-Sep-2016
Duration of Initial Contract :    6 months
Expected Duration of Assignment :    6 months



UNDP partners with national governments and people at all levels of society to help build nations that can withstand crisis, and drive and sustain the kind of growth that improves the quality of life for everyone. Active in more than 170 countries and territories, UNDP offers a global perspective and local insight to help empower lives and build resilient nations. UNDP helps countries to build and share development solutions in the following main areas:

    Sustainable Development

    Democratic Governance and Peacebuilding

    Climate and Disaster Resilience

In all its work, UNDP works to ensure the protection of human rights and the empowerment of women, minorities and the poorest and most vulnerable.

Since its establishment in 1995, the UN/UNDP Brussels Office has played a pivotal role in nurturing the partnership with the European Commission and the EU institutions more broadly, and it acts as the key institutional anchor of efforts to sustain and maximize emerging opportunities with the EC. The UN/UNDP office both represents UNDP vis-à-vis the EU and the Government of Belgium and plays an active role in facilitating a unified and coherent action of the more than 20 UN organizations represented in Brussels. Since 2004, the EC-UNDP inter-institutional relationship has been guided by a Strategic Partnership, focused on governance, and conflict prevention and recovery.

The European Parliament is a key actor in decision-making and setting of overall agendas in the European Union. Therefore, the UNDP office in Brussels is monitoring closely debates and decisions adopted by the European Parliament, in such areas of development policy, EU external assistance, EU foreign affairs, and the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals.

Duties and Responsibilities

Under the overall supervision of the Director, the intern shall perform the following tasks:

  •     Conducting research on debate in the European Parliament, including on but not limited to the Sustainable Development Goals, Development Policy, EU instruments for external assistance, EU foreign affairs;
  •     Collecting and cataloguing information;
  •     Drafting and consolidating documents;
  •     Assist in the organization of conferences, forums, or other collaborative events.


    Strong organizational and research skills;

    Excellent analytical, communication and writing skills;

    Excellent interpersonal skills;

    Demonstrated keen interest in the work of the UN/UNDP;

    Computer proficiency in standard software applications (MS Office, Excel, Word, Powerpoint);

    Demonstrates integrity and fairness, by modelling the UN/UNDP’s values and ethical standards;

    Displays cultural, gender, religion, race, nationality and age sensitivity and adaptability.

Required Skills and Experience


Applicants to the UNDP internship programme must at the time of application meet one of the following requirements:

(a)       be enrolled in a graduate school programme (second university degree or equivalent, or higher);

(b)       be enrolled in the final academic year of a first university degree programme (minimum Bachelor’s level or equivalent);

(c)       have graduated with a university degree (as defined in (a) and (b) above) and, if selected, must start the internship within one-year of graduation.


Fluency in written and spoken English. Additional official UN language an asset (Arabic, Chinese, French, Russian, Spanish).


Interns’ Expenses/Arrangements:

Please note that interns are not financially remunerated by UNDP. All costs associated with an intern’s participation in the programme must be borne by the nominating institution, related institution or government, which may provide the required financial assistance to its students; or by the intern, who will have to obtain financing for subsistence and make his/her own arrangements for travel (including to and from the office), visas, accommodation, etc.

Subsequent Employment:

The purpose of the Internship Programme is not to lead to further employment with UNDP but to complement an intern’s studies. Therefore, there should be no expectation of employment at the end of an internship.

Application Procedure:

The application should contain:

  •     Motivation letter specifying reasons why candidate is seeking the internship and what is expected from the experience;
  •     Recent Curriculum Vitae;
  •     Official letter from the University confirming enrollment and specifying expected graduation date (for students);
  •     Official letter from the University confirming graduation date (for graduates).

(NB: incomplete applications will not be considered)


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UNDP accepts no responsibility for costs arising from accidents and/or illness or death incurred during the internship.

Prior to being offered a Letter of Acceptance for Internship, the selected candidate will have to provide the following additional documents:

  •     A Medical Certificate of Good Health from a recognized physician. If the intern is expected to travel outside the country of their residence, other than to Europe and North America, the physician must indicate whether s/he is fit to travel and has the required inoculations for the country to which they are to travel;
  •     Proof of valid Medical Insurance cover valid for the duration of the internship programme in Belgium;
  •     For applicants who are not resident in Belgium, the insurance cover must include adequate coverage in the event of an injury or illness during the internship duration which:
    (a)       requires transportation to the home country or country of residence for further treatment;
    (b)       results in death and requires preparation and return of the remains to the home country, or country of residence.

UNDP is committed to achieving workforce diversity in terms of gender, nationality and culture. Individuals from minority groups, indigenous groups and persons with disabilities are equally encouraged to apply. All applications will be treated with the strictest confidence.


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Internship: Graphic Design (United Nations Regional Information Centre)

Brussels - United Nations Regional Information Centre (UNRIC)

Minimum 3 months.

The United Nations Regional Information Centre (UNRIC) has a vacancy for a Graphic Design intern. The intern will participate in the various graphic related activities of the Information Technology Unit under the overall supervision of the UNRIC Graphic Coordinator and will assist in the designing of various internal/external materials (i.e.- reports, posters, icons, banners etc.) for print and for web.

Duties and responsibilities

Specific intern responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
•    Designing and laying out materials in InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator, and MS Office.
•    Producing clear, concise and vivid materials that convey key messages to target audiences.
•    Image management and photography.
•    Liaising with country desks to design products tailored to specific audiences.
•    Ensuring that all designs (print, web, etc. ) are cohesive and aligned with internal UN guidelines and best practices.
•    Perform other related duties as required.

•    Ability to work independently or as part of a team and under strict time constraints.
•    Basic knowledge of print production process.
•    Basic knowledge of digital marketing standards.
•    Ability to multi-task and have strong organizational skills.
•    Proficiency in use of professional graphic design software.

Applicants are not required to have professional work experience. However, applicants are encouraged to list all relevant work experiences in their CV.

Fluency in English is required.

Additional Considerations
The proposed internship lasts for a minimum period of three months on a full time basis and is unpaid.  Interns are responsible for arranging their own travel, insurance and securing any necessary visas.

Note: All candidates are asked to include a portfolio with their application

If you are interested in the position of Graphic Design Intern – please send your CV and motivation letter with in the subject of the message: 'Application Graphic Intern' to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

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UNHCR Internship - External Relations Internship (francophone)

At the UN Refugee Agency – Brussels Office

The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees offers assistance and protection to refugees around the world. UNHCR is one of the largest refugee agencies, with a staff of over 9,300 employees in 125 countries who help millions of refugees, returnees and internally displaced and stateless persons.
The External Relations Unit for Belgium and Luxembourg is urgently seeking a native French-speaking intern for five to six months starting 1 September 2016. The intern should have a good command of English and a good comprehension of Dutch and knowledge of the media sector (including social media). Graphic design, website content management and video-making and editing skills are a strong asset.

 What we offer
•    Work in a dynamic, international environment
•    Learn about state-of-the-art promotional techniques
•    Learning about refugee issues with one of the largest humanitarian organizations in the world
•    First-hand accounts of refugee situations, via presentations given by staff assisting refugees in Belgium and abroad
•    Experience with a UN agency
•    Wide variety of interesting tasks
•    Chance to practice English
•    Letter of recommendation from a prestigious organization

Working method
Interns are entrusted with increasingly independent tasks. We seek individuals with a responsible, follow-up approach. The UNHCR External Relations office for Western Europe is also strengthening its use of social media and videos, for which the interns are key contributors. We continuously innovate with new projects. Interns participate in meetings; their creative ideas, technical knowhow and other contributions are highly valued. Some of our projects’ end results are visible on our website, in which the interns play a key role in updating.

General description of internship
•    Researching and summarizing information on a variety of historic and current refugee issues
•    Monitoring and analyzing the Belgian and Luxembourg press on a daily basis
•    Writing, editing and translating texts (English and Dutch into French), usually for the website
•    Finding and loading content onto Twitter, the website and Facebook, to strict deadlines
•    Assisting with the organization of events
•    Assisting with presentations about refugees
•    Taking, editing and filing photographs
•    Assisting with the creation of videos and publications (brochures, bookmarks, posters)
•    Assistance with general office tasks on an ad hoc basis

 How to apply
Please e-mail your CV and cover letter as soon as possible to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it with the subject ‘’PI Internship’’. Note that this is not a paid internship.


United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees - Regional Representation for Western Europe
283 Avenue Louise, 1050 Brussels    Tel.: +32 2 627 5999     E-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it



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Vacancy WHO Brussels - Internship in administration




Brussels WHO Representation to the EU


Minimum 3 months, and extendable to maximum 6 months (24 weeks) upon mutual agreement.

Summary of the position:

The main objective of the internship is to provide a framework where the educational experience of the intern can be enhanced through practical work assignments. Consequently, the intern is expected to support the team systematically with administrative and support tasks. This will involve working on existing information tools, using a variety of software programmes, apply office procedures adequately and consistently and execute information monitoring and updating. Any actions taken will help to ensure the WHO office is at all times fully operational.

Scope of activities:

The intern will help the Brussels office of WHO, with administrative and secretarial tasks not necessarily requiring knowledge of (public) health, as follows (the list is not exhaustive and all activities may not be covered during the period of the assignment):

1.Assists the supervisor(s) in drafting correspondence and documents based on written/verbal prompts from the Professional staff of the unit, in line with the WHO style guide and verifies for correctness. Composes and finalizes correspondence of administrative nature. Provides rough translation or synopsis of incoming mail. Takes notes at meetings. Takes and transcribes from dictation, recordings and handwritten drafts, correcting as appropriate. Types reports and other documentation.

2.Assists with the administrative preparation and conduct of meetings and educational activities, in accordance with established procedures.

3.Makes travel arrangements for duty travels and, in accordance with established procedures, prepares approval memoranda, travel authorizations and follows up on issue of duty travel reports.

4.Provides administrative support as required by the supervisor(s), such as formatting a variety of documents and filing upon instruction.

5.Initiates action to process or follow up on correspondence, documentation and forms. Creates background files and compiles reference material as appropriate. Accesses and retrieves information from relevant databases and updates as required.

6.Responds to and acts on telephone enquiries and requests for information. Assesses the critical nature of technical enquiries and refers them to appropriate staff for reply. Sets up and coordinates appointments for supervisor, places telephone calls upon request, receives visitors to the office and organizes a relevant programmes for visitors upon instructions.

7.Ensures registration of the supervisor(s) in any events of their interest and follows up on any contacts made. Prepares relevant briefing files upon instruction.

Performs other related duties as required.

What we offer

Interns are fully involved in all aspects of our work at the WHO representation to the EU. They are part of an international team that supports them in acquiring skills to work in an intergovernmental organization and hands-on knowledge of how major international actors and stakeholders inter-relate, at the European and global levels. Interns are given the opportunity to focus on their tasks and they will help in supporting the activities of the office. They are also empowered with responsibilities to develop and manage portfolios of certain topics, which they keep updated on and follow closely.

Your profile

We are looking for an enthusiastic and energetic young bachelor student, who, as part of the course they are following, would like to spend time with us in our Brussels office as part of a multinational team and who:

  • -  Is currently enrolled as a student in a relevant course of study (office management, communication management, administration, ...) leading to a formal qualification, or have finished such study less than 6 months before the appointment date. (necessity)

  • -  Other knowledge relevant to the required duties (evening classes in computing, extra languages, etc.) will be considered an asset;

  • -  Knowledge of the European institutions and their functioning is desirable;

  • -  An interest in issues related to health, consumer and social policies in Europe


  • -  An excellent command of English, in speech and writing, as well as at least another

    official UN and/or EU language (necessity)

  • -  The ability to write clearly and succinctly in English

  • -  A desire to work in a dynamic and international environment

  • -  Excellent working knowledge of basic Office applications and powerful skills in online research

Who are we?

WHO is the United Nations specialized agency for health. The Brussels office is its official representation to the EU, with a function of liaising with all relevant EU stakeholders and keeping WHO Headquarters and regional offices in the centre of the European health debate, with an equally high interest in the policies being developed and implemented in the health and non-health sectors.


According to the rules and regulations of WHO, the internship is not remunerated. Applicants should be minimum 20 years of age. The minimum appointment needs to be 12 consecutive weeks.
The Intern will be based in the WHO office in Brussels, with their own workstation and all other office facilities. For the duration of the internship, they are part of the information network and IT system of WHO.
Please specify during your application whether you are likely to receive funding or a scholarship from an outside source.

Desired starting date

At the moment we are looking specifically for a starting dates as from 1 October 2016. We usually plan the different assignments well ahead in time and try to cover a full calendar year in advance. Please make sure to indicate your availability.

How to apply

Please submit your motivation letter accompanied by an update of your CV to the HR Administrator of the WHO Brussels Office by 15 August 2016. Only candidates subsequently selected for an interview will be contacted and requested to complete further administrative forms.

Checklist before submitting your application:

You should be able to tick off every item on the list below in order to comply with WHO’s administrative requirements and conditions for being considered for an internship assignment:

The candidate:

is at least 20 years of age; Date of birth: ___________

  •   is not related to a WHO staff member (son/daughter or brother/sister);

  •   (1) has completed three years of full-time studies (bachelor's level or equivalent) at a university or equivalent institution prior to commencing the assignment; or (2) is enrolled in an advanced degree programme in a graduate school (second university degree, equivalent, or higher) at the time of application; or (3) possesses a first degree in a public health, medical or social field related to the technical work of WHO or a degree in a management- related or administrative field

  •   applies for an internship within six months of graduation;

  •   is available for a minimum of 12 consecutive weeks and can work full time (40 hours/week);

      has a very good working knowledge of English (reading, writing and speaking) as well as at least another official UN and/or EU language;

      possesses good computer skills (Microsoft Office);

      can provide proof of valid and adequate health insurance coverage (for example European health insurance card);

      will cover own expenses, including arrangements for return travel to the office of assignment, visas, accommodation & related living expenses, i.e., an internship is not paid in any way by WHO.


If you are interested in working with us, please contact Ms Ine Mortelmans, HR Administrator: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
Tel. +32-2-506.46.64

Rue Montoyer 14 1000 Brussels Belgium


Please apply by 15 August 2016 the latest

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