The United Nations appreciates your interest in working to meet the many pressing global challenges. While the role of the United Nations has grown to include every aspect of human development and conflict management, the number of available posts within the UN system remains limited. Often the applications received from around the world are from highly qualified individuals holding Masters and PHD level degrees with several years experience in their area of expertise, as such, recruitment is extremely competitive. We encourage you to diversify your search for opportunities to serve the world community by consulting the links provided below.
Please note that your application has a better chance of being considered if it is submitted in connection with an advertised vacancy and follows the recruitment guidelines of the respective organization.
BOND - British Overseas NGOs for Development
This initiative provides a central point for advocacy on issues on which member organizations have a common view and would benefit from having a common voice. BOND focuses its advocacy work on government-civil society relations. The Classifieds section of the website is updated every few days, and includes jobs in international development, training, office space and volunteering opportunities. BOND Website.
Eldis – Gateway to Development Information
The internet based information service filters, structures and presents development information via the web and email. Focus is put on materials which are of strategic, policy or practical interest for development practitioners based in both the North and South. Vacancies and resources for jobs in development, environmental protection, international organizations, consulting firms, and other opportunities are listed. Eldis Website.
As a global resource for non-profit and philanthropy professionals it provides job opportunities at some of the leading companies and organizations in the non-profit sector. Dot Org Jobs website.
Should you be looking for jobs in human rights, environmental protection, and sustainable development this network of several hundred partner organizations that provide aid around the world, take a look at this website. One World Jobs.
Council of Foundations
The Council on Foundations, a membership organization for grantmakers, offers a wealth of information for and about foundations. Many job vacancies are posted on the website. Council of Foundations.
European Foundation Center (EFC)
As an independent international association, EFC is the gathering point for independent funders active in and with Europe. Foundations and corporate citizens from all over Europe and the world are members and partners of the EFC, which promotes and underpins their work. Job opportunities with EFC can be viewed on this website. European Foundation Center.
The Foundation Center
The Job Corner provides listings of current full-time job openings at U.S.-based foundations, grantmaking public charities, corporate grantmaking programs, and nonprofit organizations. The Foundation Center.
The Business Civic Leadersip Center
The Center engages with companies to redefine business success as creating measurable gains for business and society. The Center achieves results through the power of research, education and member engagement. For more information about the Center, please visit the BCLC Website.
International Chamber of Commerce
ICC is the voice of world business championing the global economy as a force for economic growth, job creation and prosperity. Job opportunities at the Chamber are displayed on this website. International Chamber of Commerce.
US Chamber of Commerce
As the world's largest not-for-profit business federation the Chamber represents 3,000,000 businesses. The goal is to advance human progress through an economic, political and social system based on individual freedom, incentive, initiative, opportunity, and responsibility. US Chamber of Commerce.
Please note that this page contains only a partial selection of the extensive possibilities to get engaged with NGOs, Foundations, and the Private Sector.