Are you the next talent we are looking for? Join the Junior Programme and apply until 27 March 2023

Job alert for young European talents

Give meaning to your talents!
You too can become a Junior Expert in international development.

📣 JobAlert: The Junior Programme is hiring Junior Experts!  Between March 9 and 27, new vacancies in various sectors will be open to young talents with the European nationality. 

Young European experts will have the opportunity to work in a project of Enabel agency itself, or to work in a non-governmental organisation such as Vétérinaires sans Frontières, Louvain Coopération, Search for Common Ground, Join For Water, ULB Cooperation, Rikolto and Avocats Sans Frontières. The new job offers for young experts are available online. The job offers are to join a development project in Burundi, Benin, Guinea, Morocco, DR Congo, Rwanda, Senegal and Uganda.

Interested? A general information session will be held on Monday March 13,2023 to explain the Programme and the requirements for applying. The online session will be given in French or in Dutch. Find out the information to register here :

Registration link to the French session
Registration link to the Dutch session 


The Junior Programme in a nutshell

The Junior Programme gives you the opportunity to contribute professionally to a development project for a maximum of 2 years. By working in development projects managed by Enabel or by one of our 28 partner NGOs, you as Junior Expert will develop new competences and will demonstrate the impact of your commitment as a global citizen.

Are you eligible?  You are under 31 years old and would like to work in one of the partner countries of the Belgian governmental cooperation?

Until March 27, 2023 (midnight, Brussels time), anyone who fully meets the eligibility requirements can apply via the Junior Programme’s online recruitment platform.

Job offers are published in the language of the country (English or French)!



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