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SMM How to Prepare for an Interview at the OSCE
Transcript of SMM How to Prepare for an Interview at the OSCE
- Competency frameworks are designed and implemented to ensure that each selected candidate possesses the required skills, attributes and behaviours, and is the best fit for the position
- Competency frameworks: require that assessment is carried out through a combination of methods, including interviews, written tests and reference checks
How to Prepare for an Interview
Recruitment Section - Human Resources Unit
OSCE Special Monitoring Mission to Ukraine
...is to provide key tips and ideas that will help you better understand and prepare for a competency-based job interview with the OSCE.
Searching for vacancies at
Creating a profile online and preparing an application
Submitting a job application
Evaluating of the application
Welcome to the OSCE
OSCE Application Process
What are competencies?
The term “competency” refers to a combination of skills, attributes and behaviours that are directly related to successful performance on the job.
Core competencies are the skills, attributes and behaviours which are considered important for all staff of the Organization, regardless of their function or level.
OSCE Core Values:
OSCE Core Competencies:
Analysis & Decision-Making
Candidates can be interviewed via
video conference - WEBEX & Skype or
pre-recorded interview - Sonru
Interview Techniques - STAR Method
UNFPA - Michael Emery
Inside tips how to prepare for a Competency-based Interview:
Competency based interviews are increasingly being used as the main recruitment process
Niamh Shiells explains how to prepare for such an interview
Guide to Competency Based Interviews
Welcome to the OSCE!
How to Get A Job?
On 21 March 2014, the Permanent Council of OSCE decided to deploy the Special monitoring mission of unarmed civilian observers to Ukraine.
Peace and stability in Ukraine became fragile. The OSCE, the largest regional security organization in the world, decided to assist and support Ukraine.
The Mission was deployed following a request to the OSCE by Ukraine’s government and was agreed by all 57 OSCE’s participating States.
The ultimate goal of the SMM is to help Ukraine to reduce tensions and facilitate dialogue between all the sides.
The Mission currently consists of over 700 unarmed civilian monitors from more than 40 OSCE participating States; and local staff from Ukraine.
The mandate of the Mission covers the entire territory of Ukraine. The Mission’s Head Office is in Kyiv, and the monitoring teams work in 10 biggest cities of Ukraine: Chernivtsi, Dnepropetrovsk, Donetsk, Ivano-Frankivsk, Kharkiv, Kherson, Kyiv, Luhansk, Lviv, Odessa.
In February 2016 its mandate was extended until 31 March 2017, with the possibility of further extension if necessary.
The Facts about the SMM: