Working for us
Working for UN Peacekeeping is a rewarding experience. Our field and Headquarters personnel come from the 193 Member States of the United Nations.
UN Photo/Logan Abassi
Members of the Brazilian battalion of MINUSTAH play tug of war with a group of local children during a civic day event in Cité Soleil, Haiti
We value diversity and recruit from a broad range of backgrounds so that we benefit from fresh experiences and perspectives.
You could work in the UN Headquarters in New York, one of our regional logistics hubs or in one of the field peacekeeping operations.
Browse our current vacancies located on the UN careers website.
Peacekeeping wants to recruit more police officers. Find out how to serve in one of our missions.
The UN does not have its own military force; it depends on contributions from Member States. Any queries about working for the UN in a military capacity should be addressed within an applicants own country first.
All military personnel working under the Blue Beret are first and foremost members of their own national armies and are then seconded to work with the UN for periods normally of up to one year in the field, or two years in the UN headquarters.