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How to Prepare for an Interview at the OSCE

Competency-based Interviewing/ Recruitment section, DHR, OSCE Secretariat

Recruitment OSCE

on 27 May 2016

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Transcript of How to Prepare for an Interview at the OSCE

- Most international Organizations use competency frameworks for the recruitment of staff

- 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
Competency-based Interviewing
Recruitment Section - Department of Human Resources
OSCE Secretariat

Key Objective...
...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
Assessment exercise
Competency-based interview
Selection notification

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
in person
pre-recorded interview - Sonru
Interview Techniques - STAR Method
Competency-based Interviewing
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?
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