I have a question about - The departure to the field

On average 30 new Junior Experts are sent out every year to the field. Everything depends of the demands and the needs of the field, but also of the number of Junior Experts in the field that extend their contract.

Of course, but the Junior Programme and Enabel take no responsibility for the presence of a partner or of relatives in the field. More specifically, this means that we do not intervene in any way for booking a flight ticket, getting visa, school costs, hospitalisation or repatriation for the partner and/or children. Furthermore, the Travel service only books the flight ticket of the Junior Expert. However, relatives can subscribe to insurance coverage at a special rate via Enabel.

Yet, the Junior Programme does intervene for the family allowance for children of the family that are present in the field.

There is nothing against this, but in reality, there is very little chance of achieving this. It is quite unlikely that both of you would be simultaneously selected for jobs suited to your profiles in the same place of assignment.

However, each of you can apply while indicating whom to put first in case both of you would be shortlisted for jobs in different places of assignment.