What it means to work for the UN

The world looks to the United Nations for solutions to complex problems everywhere; from ending conflict and alleviating poverty, to combating climate change and defending human rights. The issues on our agenda are manifold and diverse as are the careers we offer. Among our ranks you will find staff members who monitor elections, disarm child soldiers, coordinate relief in humanitarian crises and provide administrative as well as logistical support to carry out our complex mandates. These are just a few examples amongst our many other equally critical and necessary functions.

As an international civil servant, you are expected to uphold the highest standards of efficiency, competence and integrity in all matters affecting your work and status. Integrity includes probity, impartiality, fairness, honesty and truthfulness. Those we serve have a right to expect no less.  

Current vacancies

No posts found.

How to identify UN jobs that are available in the Caribbean:

UN offices and agencies in the Caribbean posts vacancies in the local newspapers, on their respective websites and in some cases on the UN’s global recruitment portal known as UN Careers.

It important to note that all UN entities use their name and logo or the emblem of the UN when advertising for a team member or contractor.
UN and its entities do not charge any fees for recruitment .

Where else to look for UN jobs?

UN Country teams websites

UN offices and agencies post vacancies on their individual websites as well

UN Careers global portal

UN has a global portal that advertises posts from UN offices, agencies and programmes from all duty stations around the world.

Go to UN Careers portal

UN Social media accounts

The UN family connects with people on social media using many services for example, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Media, Twitter…

See a list of the UN’s social media services

Recent postings on UN careers portal