New Ongoing World Bank Fresh Graduate Recruitment 2015

The World Bank, a member of the World Bank Group, is a vital source of financial and technical assistance to developing countries around the world. Our mission is to fight poverty with passion and professionalism for lasting results and to help people help themselves and their environment by providing resources, sharing knowledge, building capacity and forging partnerships in the public and private sectors.

The World Bank Group is launching a recruitment drive aimed at increasing the number of Sub Saharan Africans in its work force. This commitment to hire Sub Saharan Africans reflects the Bank Group’s senior leadership commitment for a diverse workforce in which African nationals can play a key role in fighting poverty and increasing shared prosperity. Employment opportunities will be in various technical areas and professional streams for talented and diverse young professionals and mid-career level professionals to contribute and grow their skills in a career in international development.

Applications are hereby invited from interested and suitably qualified candidates for the New Ongoing World Bank Fresh Graduate Recruitment 2015

1.) Investment Analyst

2.) Entry Level Associate Investment Officer/Investment Officer

3.) Senior Investment Officer

4.) Data Scientist (Development Economics – Statisticians / Data Scientists)

5.) IT Analyst

6.) Statistician (Development Economics – Statisticians / Data Scientists)

7.) Entry-Level IT Officer

8.) Entry-level Operations Analysts

9.) Entry level Specialists (Finance and Markets)

10.) Senior IT Officer

11.) Private Sector Development Specialist

12.) Senior Specialists (Finance and Markets)

13.) Lead Financial Sector Specialist/Global Lead – Financial Market, Pension

14.) Economists – Development Economics

15.) Lead Financial Sector Specialist – Capital Markets, Pension

16.) Entry-level Specialist (Water)

17.) Senior Specialist (Water)

18.) Senior Specialist/Economists (Health, Nutrition and Population)

19.) Entry-level Specialist/Economists (Health, Nutrition and Population)

20.) Financial Analyst (Treasury IFC)

21.) Entry Level Specialists (Education)

22.) Entry-level Economists (Poverty)

23.) Entry-level Associate Financial Officer/Financial Officer (Treasury IFC)

24.) Senior Economists (Poverty)

25.) Senior Specialists (Education)

26.) Senior Specialist (Transport and ICT)

27.) Entry-level Specialist (Transport and ICT)

28.) Disaster Risk Management Specialist

29.) Senior Economist/Regional Credit Manager

30.) Entry-level Specialist (Energy and Extractives)

31.) Senior Specialist (Energy and Extractives)

32.) Senior Specialist (Environment and Natural Resources)

33.) Entry-level Specialist (Environment and Natural Resources)

34.) Entry-level Specialist (Social, Urban, Rural, and Resilience)

35.) Entry level Economists (Trade and Competitiveness)

36.) Senior Specialist (Social, Urban, Rural, and Resilience)

37.) Entry-level Financial Officer

38.) Entry-level Specialist/Economist (Agriculture)

39.) Senior Private Sector Specialists (Trade and Competitiveness)

40.) Senior Specialist/Economist (Agriculture)

41.) Entry Level Specialists (Governance)

42.) Entry-level Specialist (Social Protection and Labor Global Practice)

43.) Senior Specialists (Governance)

44.) Senior Specialist (Social Protection and Labor Global Practice)

45.) Entry-level Specialist/Economists

46.) Senior Specialist/Economists

How to Apply

Interested candidates should click here to apply online

Application Closing Date

6th of August, 2015.

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