U.S. Citizens: Interested in Working for the United Nations?

Posted by DipNote Bloggers
July 14, 2010
UN Headquarters in Austria

As the largest financial contributor to the United Nations, the United States has a vested interest in ensuring that qualified Americans are well-represented within the ranks of the UN and its varied agencies and organizations. One important way in which young professionals join the UN is through the National Competitive Recruitment Examinations, an annual process through which the UN seeks to hire citizens from Member States that are underrepresented at the UN. In that context, the Department of State encourages interested Americans to explore UN employment and a career in multilateral affairs by learning more about the examination here.



August 22, 2010

Amer in Syria writes:

U.S citizens lived in the states since 1986 I would like to work with UN.or the state department I have an excellent experience in administration, human resources more than 15 years.I'm in the process of relocating to Damascus/Syria fluent in English ,Arabic interested in any positions available.

Tea T.
August 23, 2010

Tea T. in Georgia writes:

Hello! I am a Journalist,worked for Georgian Tv-Imedi as special correspondent for two years.I covered UN meetings and summits.I would like to join UN because i found to work there very challanging and interesting for me!

fernande c.
Florida, USA
August 25, 2010

Fernande C. in Florida writes:

I am a US citizen leaving in the US for 31 years and a registered nurse, in neonatal intensive care unit with a licence in NY and in Florida, for 29 years. I am fluent in : French, English, Spanish and would like to work for the UN in any capacity pertaining to my knowledge.



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