Application deadline: Wednesday, 11 December
Duty station: Vienna
The goal of the programme is to provide JPOs with a comprehensive overview of the organization, with a particular focus on familiarization with the OSCE programmatic approach and managerial framework. JPOs will be offered the opportunity of gaining practical experience in different subject areas during a three month period at the OSCE Secretariat (14 April–13 July 2014) and a six-month placement in a field operation/Institution (14 July 2014–13 January 2015). The respective supervisors will establish specific work plans/terms of reference for the JPO assigned to them toward this end. Please see the flyer to learn more and apply.
“Launching Your International Development Career” will be presented by Bruce L. Brower on Tuesday, 26 November at noon in 238 HRCB.
Brower is a senior vice president and officer for Central and Eastern Europe with Chemonics International Inc., a Washington, D.C.-based development company. He also serves as a senior advisor to the Fostering Agricultural Markets Activity (FARMA) projects of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Read More…
“An Insider’s View on International Careers” will be the topic of Paul Picard’s presentation on Tuesday, 29 October at 2:00 p.m. in 238 HRCB.
Picard is a counter-terrorism officer for the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE), the world’s largest security-oriented intergovernmental organization. Within the Transnational Threats Department Action against Terrorism Unit, he co-manages the travel document security program, Read More…
The Robertson Foundation, GovLoop, and the Association of Professional Schools in International Affairs (APSIA) have produced a highly valuable guide for students and young professionals entitled Making Global Impact: Getting an International Job in Government.
The guide answers three questions:
1. Where are the international jobs in government?
2. How do you launch and advance an international career in government?
3. What is it like to be a public sector professional in international affairs and foreign policy?
Download the free guide at http://pathtopmf.com/international-jobs/
Thursday, 17 October
An open-door clinic teaching resources for:
international market research
economic and trade data
and business climate and culture
BYU’s Business Library