国际劳工组织实习指南

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If you are thinking of entering the world of the UN within a specialized agency, the International Labour Organization (ILO) will offer you its unique tripartite structure and projects around the decent work agenda, where working with governments, employers and workers is the exciting challenge of every days work.

The ILO is devoted to advancing opportunities for women and men to obtain decent and productive work in conditions of freedom, equity, security and human dignity. Its main aims are to promote rights at work, encourage decent employment opportunities, enhance social protection and strengthen dialogue in handling work-related issues. If you are interested in joining the ILO as an intern you will help to make its vision of universal human conditions of labour a reality.

At the ILO you will face dynamic, results-based practices. Our culture promotes high-performance and encourages knowledge-sharing and enhanced talent management. As the acknowledged leader in labour issues, ILO is committed to building future leaders in the world of work. ILO's Internship Programme provides a wide range of opportunities for young high calibre graduate and postgraduate students or recently graduated candidates who now look for a first working experience in fields related to the ILO's mandate and activities.

What will I learn and take away from this experience?

The aim of our internship programme is to give you exposure to the daily work of the ILO. You will be given the opportunity to support and learn from our people and be part of a team. You will be accompanying outstanding and inspiring career professionals and senior management within the Organization. Moreover, you will be exposed to high-profile conferences, participate in meetings, and contribute to analytical work as well as support to work on our fundamental principles, exciting programmes and groundbreaking strategies. Initially you will take on the amount of responsibility you can shoulder; the potential for growth, however, is yours to develop.

As an intern at the ILO, you are seen as a valuable source of young talent that can contribute through the most recent academic thinking and research experience to our daily work and challenges.

Can I apply for an internship?

Every year a limited number of places for internships are available. To check if you are eligible to join the programme, you should ask yourself the following questions:

What particularly interests you about the ILO?

Are you currently enrolled in the last year of a graduate degree (Master or equivalent) or in a higher degree programme relevant to the ILO's work or have you completed such a programme in the year preceding the application?

Do you have a working knowledge (both oral and written) of at least one of the ILO's official languages (English, French or Spanish)?

Furthermore, you should be able and interested to adapt to an international, multicultural, multilingual environment and have excellent communication skills. As an intern you need to be able to work fairly independently as well as part of a team and be initiative and flexible. Any past work experience and knowledge of IT-related work would be an advantage. Please also note, that close relatives of a serving ILO official are not eligible. The same applies to candidates who have already been working at the ILO or who have already participated in the Internship programme earlier.

How long is the Internship?

The length of an internship is usually between three up to a maximum of six months. Internships start on the 1st or 15th of each month (or the day after if it happens to be a non-working day)

Is the internship paid?

Where an intern is not supported by an institution (university, government or other institution), a stipend to cover basic subsistence costs will be paid by the ILO.

Keep in mind...

The cost of travel, insurance and accommodation, as well as living expenses, are the responsibility of you as an intern or your sponsoring institution: You are responsible for making your own travel arrangements and for obtaining the necessary passport and visa or other documents for entering Switzerland or any other duty station. You are also responsible for arranging your own accommodation as well as for procuring and maintaining your own insurance coverage for illness and accidents while you are pursuing your internship at the ILO.

How do I apply?

You are advised to consult the ILO's website to familiarize yourself with the work of the various sectors and departments and identify the areas that interest you most.

You can submit your application together with a covering letter to our roster (https://erecruit.ilo.org/public/). Profiles for internship positions are posted on a regular basis.

Your application through the roster increases the visibility of your profile by the different departments.

Please note that only three applications per recruitment advertisement period are accepted.

When would I get an answer? 

If a department opens an internship position, it will consult the roster. In case your profile matches, you will be contacted directly by the department. Please note that due to the large number of applicants, departments are not necessarily in a position to reply to each request and only short-listed applicants will be contacted for telephone interview.

Where can I find more information on specific departments and activities ?

A list of all departments and field offices can be found at:

http://www.ilo.org/global/about-the-ilo/how-the-ilo-works/departments-and-offices/lang--en/index.htm

How can apply to regional offices?

There are few positions available. Please directly contact the relevant regional office :

Africa: Mr. Nicolas Lopez-Armand: lopez@ilo.org

Latin America and the Caribbean: lim_interns@ilo.org

Asia and the Pacific : Regional HR Unit : bkk_hr@ilo.org

Arab States: Mr. Anser Qureshi: qureshi@ilo.org

Europe: Europe@ilo.org

ILO-Washington : Jobs and Internships at Washington ILO

New York: newyork@ilo.org

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