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GCF recruitment activities in the context of COVID-19

GCF recognises that the COVID-19 outbreak is serious and is taking measures to reduce the risk of infection whilst ensuring the continuity of its operations.

We are continuing our recruitment activities, but as part of these measures we are not holding any on-site interviews in the Republic of Korea at present. Virtual interviews continue to take place.

At the Green Climate Fund, we are driven by the impact of climate change on our home planet. We strive to help countries shift to low-emission and climate-resilient development. In support of this mission, the Fund is hiring highly qualified individuals who are eager to be part of a start-up in international climate finance that offers stimulating challenges. We seek strategic thinkers who can communicate ideas effectively and thrive in a fast-paced environment.

GCF values diversity and encourages applications from people of all backgrounds, regardless of age, race, gender, sexual orientation, citizenship, religion, disability, or similar other attributes. If you are motivated by our mandate and believe your profile could be of value to the Fund, consult the current opportunities below and on the GCF Job Portal.

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GCF regularly seeks highly-qualified professionals in all areas of its work. Current list of vacancies are regularly listed on the GCF Job Portal.

View all staff vacancies in the Job Portal


On July 1, the Green Climate Fund (GCF) launched its 2020 GCF Internship Programme. The 2020 summer cohort brings together 29 talented individuals from diverse backgrounds and nationalities, including many from developing countries – which GCF is mandated to serve. The interns will participate in a two-week virtual onboarding programme to gain a holistic overview of the GCF's mission and mandate. The programme includes notable guest speakers representing GCF’s partners and other organisations such as UNEP, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS) and Veritas Global. The new cohort of interns will have the opportunity to leave their knowledge footprint through knowledge production in different operational areas within GCF.

Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, the next cohort application will be postponed until 2021.

The Green Climate Fund internship programme provides a unique learning opportunity for students and recent graduates from diverse academic backgrounds. We encourage qualified women and men with diverse professional, academic, and cultural backgrounds to apply, and invite applications from nationals of developing countries in particular. The programme is designed for talented and motivated individuals skilled in areas relevant to GCF's operations. The programme allows selected candidates to gain insight into the work of the Fund and provides assistance and training in various professional fields in a multicultural environment. For inquiries about GCF's internship programme, please contact the GCF Human Resources Team.

View all internships in the Job Portal


The Green Climate Fund engages individual consultants for a wide range of professional assignments, as required for its operations. The fund seeks experienced, creative and results-oriented professionals with diverse backgrounds and skill sets in various disciplines.

View all consultancies in the Job Portal

The Green Climate Fund also has a number of roster of consultancies that you can apply for:


The Green Climate Fund is interested in hearing from organizations* who would like to partner with them by seconding staff to work at the Fund for a temporary period.

Please check the full details of the GCF Secondment Programme. The list of posts within the Fund that may be filled by secondees can be found below.

To express your organisation's interest in this programme, indicate the posts for which you are interested in supplying/funding a secondee in a message to Human Resources

*Please note that applications from individuals cannot be accepted for this programme.