The World Bank is coming to recruit in our campus!
A recruitment delegation from the World Bank, consisting of representatives from Human Resources and Agriculture departments, will be arriving to the campus! The delegation will present the Bank's activities and its different divisions, as well as their recruitment process and the employment prospects the bank has to offer. This is a unique opportunity to be acquainted with international development in one of the largest financial institutions in the world.
The World Bank is an international institution that was founded in 1944 with the purpose of providing support for nations damaged by the Second World War. Today, the bank’s main initiatives surround providing assistance to developing economies and combat poverty though large-scale investment projects in a number of widespread fields such as Agriculture, Education, Resource Management, Health, Public Administration, Infrastructure, Economic Initiatives, Private Sector Development and more.
The Bank is currently undergoing recruitment of Israeli employees and looking to expand its employment of Israelis. The Bank's representatives are even expected to interview prominent candidates during their campus visit.
The event will take place on Monday, March 19 at 10:00 at the Faculty Club. If you are interested, please confirm participation here: https://goo.gl/forms/FyrX5c3Zkhvchdhi2