World Food Programme Careers and Employment
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Assistant Storekeeper milling in Punjab
on October 8, 2020
Nice experience working with WFP
Nice experience working with WFP. I join wfp in 2010 and ended in 2018 by the end of project. In early day work is soo tough and I do a great hard work to compleate my duties. By grace of GOD I will complete successfully all my assignments given to me.
Store Keeper in Sindh
on December 12, 2019
Over all its Good experience.Good org having good system
Do not forget your contract end date so b informed and ready. Mostly based on Good people. Really good for those specially onboard. Really very hard for me to complete 150 characters.
Driver in Capital Territory
on August 14, 2019
I Learn a lot in WFP
I am proud to be a part of WFP Team .I love to work hear because WFP Feeding Poor people in any Emergency like Flood Earthquakes etc.thats why I am happy to work with WFP.
HUMAN RESOURCE ASSOCIATE in Islamabad, Pakistan
on January 25, 2019
If the staff has skills and is eager to grow, WFP provides good resources. Transparent in recruitment processes. Good evidence of auditing procedures through third party
Logistics Assistant Tally in Capital Territory
on September 3, 2018
Highly professional work place
World Food Programme is highly competitive and professional work place. It encourages employee's participation, provides equal opportunity environment, you can avail flexible work hours when you need. WFP values employees contribution and effort they put in the smooth operation.
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