World Bank Junior Professional Associates (JPA) Program 2022
Deadline: Rolling Basis
Applications are open for the World Bank Junior Professional Associates (JPA) Program 2022. The Junior Professional Associate (JPA) program is a unique opportunity to gain entry-level professional experience and first-hand exposure to the challenges – and rewards – of international development.
Are you a recent graduate? Do you have passion for and commitment to helping others? Are you looking for a solid, two-year entry-level work experience in a multicultural environment? If so, you may be interested in the the World Bank’s JPA program.
In your JPA assignment, you’ll use your strong quantitative and qualitative analytical skills, your knowledge of technology and your research abilities – working with more senior colleagues and project teams in their work both in operations and in corporate functions. You’ll have an opportunity to hone your skills and acquire new ones while gaining first-hand exposure to the challenges of reducing poverty and boosting shared prosperity. Your experience as a JPA may be used as a steppingstone to a career in government, consulting, the private sector, academia or other development agencies.
- They will provide you with the opportunity to gain entry-level professional experience in a premier development institution, on a two-year, non-renewable Extended Term Consultant (ETC) contract with benefits.
- Be 28 years of age or younger on your first day of service;
- Hold the equivalent of a Bachelor’s degree;
- Be fluent in English;
- One or more of the Bank’s working languages is a plus: Arabic, Chinese, French, Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish.
Interested candidates may apply online. (Take care to provide required information where indicated). Note that applications will be kept active in the World Bank’s database for a period of six months. Should you still be interested in JPA program after six months, you will need to re-apply.
Only those identified for an assignment will be contacted to discuss their interest and availability. Candidates are selected by the hiring manager on a highly competitive basis.
For more information, visit World Bank.