JOBS - INTERNATIONAL VACANCIES (Salary 100K-200K) United Nations and Other International Organizations
Report generated as of June 14, 2011
Qualified individuals interested in competing for any of the below listed vacancies should
submit their applications directly to the international organization of interest.
Organization addresses/contacts are provided on the Department’s internet site noted above.
WORKING FOR AN INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION HAS MANY BENEFITS
Typical benefits include:
Competitive Salary, Generous Health Benefits Plan, Attractive Pension Plan
Education Grant for Dependents (including college – 4 years)
Generous Leave, Home Leave Travel Costs,
Relocation Costs, Holidays (10+)
Most salaries shown are NET of taxes and include a cost-of-living adjustment. Additional allowances and benefits apply.
The Department of State's Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration (PRM) sponsors qualified U.S. citizens for employment in the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) Junior Professional Officer (JPO) program and in the International Organization for Migration (IOM) Associate Expert (AE) program. Although the qualifications for JPO and AE positions vary by assignment, generally, a graduate or law degree in a relevant discipline and proficiency in at least one UN working language in addition to English are preferred. Competitive applicants typically possess three (3) or more years of work experience in a developing country and an academic background in fields related to human rights, forced migration, humanitarian assistance, development, or immigration law. Prior work experience in or familiarity with the UN system or IOM is also helpful. PRM-sponsored JPOs and AEs serve as entry-level international professional officers (the UN P-2 level) for 2 or 3 years in many countries throughout the world. For additional information regarding the program, including any current vacancies and how to apply, go to http://www.state.gov/g/prm/c25774.htm or visit PRM's website at www.state.gov/g/prm and follow the link under "What We Do". Applicants should be aware that the process is very competitive and that successful candidates are expected to deploy within approximately 2 months of being selected. N.B. 1. For NATO Applicants Only: Please send a copy of the NATO application and any questions to: USNATOPERSONNEL@state.gov 2. We are unable to include on this list all the OPEN UN Department of peacekeeping Operations (DPKO) positions that appear on the UN's website. If interested in viewing these positions, please check the following site: UN Secretariat (UN) (https://jobs.un.org) 3. Multiple D/S = Multiple Duty Stations 4. UN Languages: English, French, Spanish, Arabic, Chinese, and Russian
Usually, salaries are NET (after taxes) and include a cost-of-living/post adjustment that can fluctuate. Salaries quoted are the minimum for persons with dependents; higher salaries may be negotiated. Salary data is from actual vacancy announcements or other UN sources and subject to change.
Advanced degree: "Yes" is indicated only when this requirement is specified in the vacancy announcement.
(For U.S. Citizens Only)
UN Employment Information & Assistance Unit
U.S. Department of State
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Washington, D.C. 20520
Every effort is made to provide accurate and relevant information in this vacancy listing. However, we cannot guarantee that the information contained in this list is in all cases complete and free of error. Each job seeker/interested party should confirm the information listed here with the organization in question. The U.S. Government and the U.S. State Department assume no liability for the accuracy, completeness, or usefulness of any information or process disclosed herein.