UNESCO.ORG Employment / Emploi
Home Contacts PrintSend
CAREERS
External Candidates
Geographical distribution
Consultant Roster
Other opportunities
TYPES OF POST
Overview
Professionals
Translators & Interpreters
General Services
Temporary assistance
PROGRAMMES
Young Professionals
Associate Experts
Internships

 




How to apply

Recruitment to General Service posts is organized at the local level. Vacant posts are advertised at the duty station, either at Headquarters or in a field office.
 
10003055_250.jpgUNESCO advises you to make sure that your profile matches the requirements of the job in question, as set out in the vacancy notice, before submitting your application for a General Service post.

To submit your application for a post open to recruitment, UNESCO invites you to follow the instructions listed below:

I. Check first of all that the location of the vacant post corresponds to your place of residence
For example, if you submit your application for a post at Headquarters, you must reside in France.

II. Complete carefully the UNESCO CV form, in English or in French
You can obtain it from one of the following addresses:
– UNESCO Headquarters
– UNESCO National Commissions
– UNESCO field offices
– any United Nations office
- to apply online for General Service posts at Headquarters, please click here. (Only candidates resident in France can apply)

III. Include the reference number of the post for which you are applying on the application form and on the envelope

IV. Send your application to the address mentioned in the vacancy notice before the closing date


Remember, if you are applying for more than one post send a separate application for each one.






File/document unescocv_en.rtf
 



 

 

 

 

How to do

General Services

  • First, assess your skills: have you got the right profile?
  • If so, see how to apply ,
  • If you succeed to go through the recruitment process step by step,
  • You’ll obtain the status and entitlements of UNESCO General Service staff member.

  • guest (Read)
    About
    Terms of use - Logo - UNESCO Contact - © UNESCO 1995-2010 - ID: 11775