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THE OECD YOUNG PROFESSIONALS PROGRAMME

We are currently reviewing the format of the Young Professionals Programme.

An update will be available in 2020.

 


 

What do Young Professionals do?

The Young Professionals Programme (YPP) brings talented young professionals into the OECD to work and develop their career with the guidance of senior colleagues.


Selected candidates are appointed at A1 grade

The Programme lasts two years during which our Young Professionals (YPs) work with experienced and enthusiastic people, representative of a rich diversity of cultures, languages and professional backgrounds.


They collaborate ‌with senior national policy makers who participate in the OECD’s technical and policy meetings each year.


YPs research and analyse key current policy issues. They are at the centre of an international network, involved in some of the most innovative, high-profile research and policy discussions taking place.

The Young Professionals contribute to the:

  • monitoring
  • analysis
  • forecasting
  • reporting of economic and social developments.

The OECD uses this research to prepare:

  • policy documents
  • committee reports
  • intergovernmental discussion
  • publications

YP assignments are based on organisational requirements and matched to:

  • academic background

  • professional experience

  • candidate's personal preference


Assignments for YPs have been selected for their alignment with the Secretary-General’s Strategic Objectives and frequently involve horizontal projects connecting different policy areas in the Organisation. 


Do they benefit from some training and mentoring?

Are you the ideal candidate for this programme?

Concretely, what does it mean if I am selected?

Young Professionales are recruited for a fixed-term appointment of two years. At the end of the Programme, based on performance and organisational needs, YPs may wish to continue their careers at the OECD by applying for advertised vacancies.


YP assignments take place in Paris area, France, one of the most attractive cities in the world. 


Travel may be required, depending on the area of work and role, for a variety of reasons including:

  • collecting information

  • working with specialists, experts and policy makers from all over the world

  • communicating the OECD’s work to a broad range of audiences

What are the steps in the selection process?

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And what about the salary and benefits?

Would you like to know more?

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