Do you have:
- A university degree as well as a postgraduate specialization in a health- or management-related field, relevant to WHO's work?
- Experience at the national and international levels in your area of expertise?
- Good analytical skills, an understanding of policy issues and a keen interest in public health?
- A proficiency in English and good working knowledge of a second UN language (Arabic, Chinese, French, Russian, Spanish)?
- Effective teamwork and communication skills?
Here is an indicative list:
|Grade||N° of years / relevant experience||Minimum qualifications|
|P1||1 year||First university degree or equivalent professional training or self-study/work experience|
|P2||2 years||First university degree or equivalent professional training or self-study/work experience|
|P3||5 years||First university degree. For WHO staff only, equivalent professional training of self study/work experience|
|P4||7 years||Master's level university degree|
|P5/P6||10 years||Master's level university degree|
General Service Positions
|G3||Usually 2 years||Secondary, technical or commercial school||Usually require a very good command of one official language and a working knowledge of a second. Knowledge of a third would be an advantage. The language requirements depend on the duty station.|
|G4||Usually 2-4 years|
|G5||Usually 5-7 years|
|G6||Usually 8 years|