A new analyst program isn't the only step the World Bank Group is taking to better engage younger and less experienced professionals. An exclusive look at three initiatives and what they mean for job seekers.
Close to a quarter of the World Bank’s 16,000-strong workforce is comprised of consultants. In this video interview, Roberto Amorosino, the bank's senior recruitment manager, explains the current breakdown of these contracts — and how to get one.
Upcoming changes in the World Bank’s contracting protocol, which includes an emphasis on open-ended rather than fixed-term contracts, are geared toward the discovery of new talent. Find out which sectors hold the most promise for job seekers, according to World Bank Senior Recruitment Manager Roberto Amorosino.
World Bank leaders are gearing up for a daunting task: cutting the number of staff especially at the multilateral institution’s cushy Washington headquarters without prompting a popular dissent. A Devex exclusive.
What's the World Bank really looking for in its job candidates? What should consultants and career starters know about networking their way into a job with the world's largest development aid donors? What are the hiring trends for mid-level and private-sector professionals? Get answers to these and other questions by watching the sixth Devex career webinar titled “Ask the Recruiter: Jobs with the World Bank,” now available online.
The competition for World Bank jobs is fierce. Applications must be submitted online, and in order to stand out, your skills and work experience should match the position you are interested in as closely as possible.
An ongoing dispute between the Philippine government tax agency and local staff working at ADB has raised questions about tax rules of multilateral development institutions. Devex examines the legal underpinning for taxation and the policy differences between a few leading multilateral donor agencies.
World Bank Senior Recruitment Officer Roberto Amorosino answers frequently asked questions posed by job seekers and Devex members during a recent career webinar.