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Home-Based Opportunities: x20 Vacancies Are Available At UNICEF In Multiple Locations. UNICEF works in some of the world’s toughest places, to reach the world’s most disadvantaged children. To save their lives. To defend their rights. To help them fulfill their potential. At UNICEF, they focus on attracting and retaining the best talent with the skills and commitment to make UNICEF’s vision a reality. What do you get in return? A meaningful career complete with diverse and exciting professional and personal development opportunities to make a real difference for every child. Join them!

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Job Categories

UNICEF offers a range of challenging and exciting opportunities across our key functional areas of work. Discover UNICEF’s work for every child below, and see where you fit in. UNICEF job profiles fall into six distinct categories. From our international professionals and national officers, to general service staff and consultants, as well as to interns and volunteers, everyone makes unique contributions to achieving our mandate.

International Professional

International Professional (IP) staff are recruited internationally and serve in all duty stations globally. They hold leadership, managerial or specialist functions which require technical expertise. Senior staff or Director-level positions are also part of this category. International professionals are normally required to have an advanced university degree in a field relevant to UNICEF’s work. Within the IP category there are different levels, each with a required minimum number of years of relevant professional work experience

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National Officer

National Officer (NO) staff are nationals of the country where their duty station is located, and they perform functions of a technical and professional nature. Broadly speaking, the requirements for the NO staff category are similar to those of International Professional (IP) staff, with a more pronounced emphasis on in-depth knowledge of the local setting, institutions and partners. National Officers are normally required to have an advanced university degree in a field relevant to UNICEF’s work. Within the NO category there are different levels, each with a required minimum number of years of relevant professional work experience.

General Service

General Service (GS) staff are locally recruited and provide administrative and support services across all areas of the organization in both headquarters and field duty stations. Completion of a secondary education is required while a first level university degree is an asset.  Within the GS category there are different levels, each with a required minimum number of years of relevant professional work experience.

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Consultants

Consultants are engaged by UNICEF for their expertise in a specific field. They provide specialized services for a range of time-bound projects and initiatives. Consultants are recognized as an authority or specialist in a specific field, engaged by UNICEF in an advisory or consultative capacity. The qualifications, competencies, expertise and experience required for these roles are based on the Terms of Reference of the specific vacancy and are indicated in the vacancy announcement. When applying for consultancy position, you are required to provide your daily or monthly rate, as indicated in the announcement. Rates are expected to be all-inclusive, covering your fee for the assignment and additional employment-related costs such as travel and medical insurance.

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United Nations Volunteers

The United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme works with United Nations partners and non-governmental organizations to integrate qualified, highly motivated and well-supported UN Volunteers into development programming and promote the value and global recognition of volunteerism. UN Volunteers are not considered UNICEF staff members. UN Volunteers are administratively managed by UNV and are subject to their code of conduct and conditions of service, which shall be shared with the UN Volunteer prior the deployment.

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Interns

UNICEF’s internship progra​mme assigns current eligible undergraduate, graduate and post-graduate students from diverse academic backgrounds to UNICEF offices and provides practical work assignments to qualified students specialized in various professional fields. Internships can be part-time, fulltime, remote or onsite. The duration of an internship is normally between six and twenty-six weeks. The internship can be on a full-time or a part-time basis. The duration of a part-time internship cannot exceed the equivalent of twenty-six weeks on a full-time basis.

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