GPE is the largest global fund and partnership solely dedicated to transforming education in lower-income countries.
We continually search for qualified staff with diverse backgrounds from around the globe, including individuals from minority and indigenous groups, persons with disabilities, and nationals from under-represented regions.
How we work
Hosted by the World Bank Group, GPE is separately governed, capitalized and branded, and boasts great teamwork, inclusiveness, a technical and professional approach to work, and a passion for achieving our goals.
Our commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion
We are an equal opportunity and inclusive employer with a dedicated and committed workforce. We continuously seek to recruit and embrace individuals who will enhance our diversity regardless of gender, gender identity, religion, creed, race, color, ethnicity, sexual orientation or disability. GPE has a zero tolerance policy against all forms of sexual exploitation, abuse and harassment.
The World Bank Group's recruitment policy is to hire staff of the highest caliber, on as wide a geographical basis as possible, with preference to nationals of member countries or countries of operation.
A quality education for every child
To mobilize partnerships and investments that transform education systems in lower-income countries, leaving no one behind
To accelerate access, learning outcomes and gender equality through equitable, inclusive and resilient education systems fit for the 21st century
Learn more about our values, mission, vision and GPE 2025 strategic plan
A diverse community
At GPE we are a diverse community of more than 150 staff representing over 50 nationalities.
Job benefits include medical coverage, including dental and vision, a staff retirement plan, financial assistance program, life and disability insurance, comprehensive leave policy (minimum 26 days/year) and parental leave policy (50-100 days).
Inclusive internship program
GPE is offering opportunities through its Inclusive Internship Program targeting underrepresented regions in GPE of, Northern Europe, West Africa, East Africa, Oceania, and Middle Africa.