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International Training Centre of the International Labour Organization (ITCILO)
Headquarter: Turin, Italy
United Nations System
United Nations
101-500 employees


The International Training Centre of the International Labour Organization (the Centre) is the training arm of the ILO, the Specialized Agency of the United Nations which promotes social justice and human rights in the world of work. The Centre delivers training, learning and capacity development services to governments, employers' and workers' organizations, and other national and international partners, in support of decent work and sustainable development. Its mission is to be the leading provider of learning and training for the world of work. During the 2020-21 biennium, the Centre delivered about 2000 training activities and advisory services for around 130,000 people from over 180 countries.
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Working at ITCILO

The International Training Centre has been at the forefront of learning and training since 1964. As part of the International Labour Organization, it is dedicated to achieving decent work while exploring the frontiers of the future of work. 
The Centre's diverse and talented community is the foundation of our success and we seek staff of the highest standards of professional competence, efficiency and integrity, with strong client orientation and multilingual skills.

The position is located in the Development and Investment Programme (DEVINVEST).

The DEVINVEST Programme assists ILO constituents, ILO and UN staff, and other development partners and stakeholders by providing a mix of training, capacity building and non-training services in order to:

(i) promote employment-intensive works and public employment programmes in times of social and economic hardship, crisis and climate emergency;

(ii) promote employment-centered policies for countries in a fragile contexts affected by conflict and disasters and to build resilience for marginalized populations;

(iii) support the implementation of sustainable development investments for job creation and livelihood improvement;

(iv) mainstream development policy by placing key concerns of job creation, poverty reduction, climate change and improvement of working conditions in the broader framework of national and local development programmes.