Recognising the value of diversity in society and the workplace, ECMWF aims to be an equal opportunities employer, and seeks to employ a workforce that reflects both the international character of the Centre and the diversity of the relevant working population.
ECMWF is committed to treating everybody fairly, so that no one is disadvantaged by conditions or requirements which cannot be shown to be genuinely necessary for objective reasons. Except for such reasons, no job applicant or employee will receive more or less favourable opportunities or treatment on the grounds of, for example:
- Ethnic origin and colour
- Nationality (taking into account provision 4.7 of the Staff Regulations)
- Sexual orientation
- Marital status
- Religion or religious affiliation
- Trade union and political activities
ECMWF supports all staff to make full use of their skills and talents and encourages the development of the individual's skills and knowledge for use in their work, giving everyone equal access to training which is appropriate to their current job or development within ECMWF.
ECMWF is committed to providing a professional environment that is free of harassment, in an atmosphere of safety, dignity, and mutual respect.