When to apply for the ILO Internship Program?
Each year the ILO announces a limited number of internship openings, which are posted every six months, in January and June. Only three applicants are selected in each of these recruitment periods.
There are also some openings for specific Regional Offices, which must be applied for directly with each office:
Africa: Mr. Nicolas Lopez-Armand: firstname.lastname@example.org
Latin America and the Caribbean: email@example.com
Asia and the Pacific: Regional HR Unit: firstname.lastname@example.org
Arab States: Mr. Anser Qureshi: email@example.com
Europe: applications to be sent via the roster
ILO-Washington: Jobs and Internships at Washington ILO
New York: firstname.lastname@example.org
How to apply for the ILO Internship Program?
The ILO internship recruitment process is done via the ILO E-recruitment System, where all openings are published, and comprises the following steps:
- Initial registration;
- Filling out the candidate profile (academic and professional background);
- Search for an opening in your field of interest;
- Submit the application.
What are the phases of the selection process for the ILO Internship?
The recruitment process may vary depending on the department or office to which the intern is applying, but generally comprises the following steps:
- Creating a profile and preparing an application;
- Submitting the application;
- Evaluation of the application;
- Competency-based interview;
- Selection notifications.
How is the ILO Internship interview?
Usually, only selected applicants will be contacted for the interview, which lasts about 30 minutes and may be done via phone. The main points covered in the interview vary according to the opening and department chosen. In general, however, the questions address subjective or behavioral aspects, such as your expectations about the job, your interests in the area of expertise you are applying for and your previous experiences.
What are the documents to submit for the ILO Internship Program?
The Washington Regional Office requires a sample of the applicant’s writing skills, stating his or her reasons for choosing the agency. This document should be sent to the e-mail: email@example.com.
What is the evaluation criteria of the ILO Internship Program?
You will be evaluated regarding your previous experience, skills and competencies, and educational background.