Currently open pools
Budget and ProgrammingThe Budget and Programming Division is the function responsible for ensuring efficient use of WFP’s resources. The function supports WFP management in budget planning, monitoring and performance reporting. It also provides guidelines and tools to ensure compliance and facilitate benchmarking across operations. To successfully enable WFP in achieving zero hunger worldwide, the function seeks to interest people passionate about finding cutting edge solutions to improve our business model and optimize the use of our voluntarily-pledged resources. Join the Budget and Programming Community at WFP! Apply now P1; P2; P3; P4;
PartnershipsPartnerships are crucial levers to achieve Zero Hunger. It requires skilled and proactive professionals who have the tact, perseverance and technical understanding to strategically engage with governments, the private sector, UN agencies, international financial institutions, academia, think-tanks, NGOs and the public at large. Join the Partnerships Community at WFP! Apply now P2; P3; P4
HRWFP Human Resources Division is the function who supports our employees around the Globe in moving this world toward a world with zero hunger. The people we serve don't need average. They need extraordinary. The difference between the two is up to every one of us. Join the Human Resources community at WFP! Apply now P3; P4
SecurityClosed February 2020
Data Analyst, Food SecurityClosed February 2020
NutritionClosed February 2020
LogisticsClosed March 2019
Minimum requirements to apply
ExperienceRelevant professional experience in the functional area you are interested in applying for.
Years of experience and other requirements may differ among levels (P2, P3 and P4) and functional areas. Before applying, be sure you meet all requirements needed for the role you are interested in.
LanguagesFluency in written and spoken English and an intermediate level of a second UN language (Arabic, Chinese, French, Russian or Spanish) or working knowledge of Portuguese.
MobilityMobility is the essence of WFP and continues to be a core contractual requirement to work in any WFP country of operation, including emergency duty stations from 2 to 4 years.
How the selection process works
Candidates may apply to one or more opportunities for which they qualify. Applicants will undergo a rigorous process consisting of four steps:
The process of establishing a FIT Pool takes an average of seven months. Successful applicants will be notified and placed in the FIT Pool for a two-year period. Within this time frame, if and when there are suitable job opportunities, candidates included in the FIT Pool will be contacted.