Junior Anti-Corruption Analyst, Paris

Deadline: 22 November 2015
Open to: advanced university degree in law, preferably with a specialisation in criminal law and 2 years of professional experience
Remuneration: depend on the experience


The OECD is a global economic forum working with 34 member countries and more than 100 emerging and developing economies to make better policies for better lives. Their mission is to promote policies that will improve the economic and social well-being of people around the world. The Organisation provides a unique forum in which governments work together to share experiences on what drives economic, social and environmental change, seeking solutions to common problems.

They are looking for a person with excellent analytical and organisational skills to carry out high priority and high visibility work in the field of anti-corruption. S/he will work as part of a team of lawyers, supporting the work programme of the Working Group on Bribery (WGB) in International Business Transactions with the aim of ensuring the effective implementation of the OECD Convention and the Recommendation on Combating Bribery of Foreign Public Officials in International Business Transactions. S/he will report to a Senior Anti-Corruption Analyst and will be under the general supervision of the Head of the Anti-Corruption Division.

Main Responsibilities

  1. Research and analysis;
  2. Drafting;
  3. Liaison, representation and communication.


  • An advanced university degree in law, preferably with a specialisation in criminal law;
  • Knowledge of comparative law, international law, corporate law, tax law and accounting would be an advantage. In addition, knowledge of both common law and civil law systems would be valuable;
  • A minimum of two years’ experience with criminal legislative analysis preferably gained through having worked in a public prosecutor’s office, court, ministry or government agency relating to areas covered by the Group’s work programme, or in private practice;
  • Fluency in one of the two OECD official languages (English and French) and knowledge of the other, with a commitment to reach a good working level;
  • Proficiency in Lexis/Nexis assisted legal research would be an advantage.


6 to 12 months temporary appointment starting immediately in Paris, France. Salary and conditions will depend on the experience of the chosen candidate as well as on his/her status (temporary staff or official).

How to apply?

Interested candidates can apply via online platform latest by 22 November 2015.

For more information please visit the official website.

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