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Ungsc Careers
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Working for the United Nations Global Service Centre (UNGSC) is an opportunity to positively impact the world, by contributing to the operational success of UN Peacekeeping and Political Missions, as well as UN Agencies, Funds and Programmes. As UNGSC personnel, you will join a dynamic global team of professionals dedicated to making a difference.  

UNGSC is dedicated to achieving a diverse, inclusive, multicultural and gender balanced workforce.

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Staff Vacancies

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Staff Members

As a UNGSC Staff member, you will have the opportunity to work on a wide range of services, special projects, and cutting-edge initiatives related to Supply Chain, Digital Technology, or Central Service. Staff members have access to a wide range of benefits, including career development opportunities, competitive compensation, a supportive work environment, and a healthy “work-life” balance. 

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Consultants / Individual Contractors

As a UNGSC Consultant or Individual Contractor (IC), you will work on various projects and work streams. You will provide strategic advice, technical assistance, and collaborate with a diverse team of experts to find innovative solutions to complex issues. Consultants and ICs have the flexibility to work on short-term or long-term assignments. Becoming a UNGSC Consultant/IC provides valuable professional experience while making a positive impact on the world. 

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UN Volunteers

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UN Volunteers

As a UN Volunteer at UNGSC, you will join a global team of like-minded individuals committed to making a positive impact. UNGSC taps into the expertise of UN Volunteers in all its Service areas. UN Volunteers come from diverse backgrounds and bring a wide range of skills and expertise to the organization. 

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As an Intern at UNGSC, you will gain hands-on experience working with and learning from experts of diverse backgrounds to address global issues. A UNGSC internship is a valuable opportunity for young individuals to gain unique insight into the workings of the United Nations, and help the UN achieve its goals.

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Junior Professional Officers

As a Junior Professional Officer (JPO) at UNGSC you will gain hands-on under the supervision of specialists and contribute to the advancement of the Organization’s mandate. JPOs are recruited under bilateral agreements between the UN and donor countries. Candidates are young professionals, usually with an advanced university degree and a minimum of two years of professional experience. The JPO programme is administrated by the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs (DESA):

List of Vacancies

All the Job Openings are advertised on the “UN Careers Portal”.

Applications for staff vacancies need to be submitted online through the Careers Portal.  

All Job Openings are also advertised in the UNGSC LinkedIn page.  

UNGSC does not consider general applications. Only applications for advertised vacancies will be evaluated. Application forms should be filled out in English.   

The United Nations is an Equal Opportunity Employer. In an effort to improve the gender balance within the Organization, qualified female candidates are strongly encouraged to apply. Candidates who are under serious consideration for the position will be contacted for further assessment, i.e. a written test and interview. 

Job Opening Number Posting Title Closure
237985 DATA ANALYSIS ASSISTANT (Temporary Job Opening), GS-7 July 21st, 2024
237183 ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER, P-4, Valencia July 26th, 2024
236479 TELECOMMUNICATIONS OFFICER, P-4 August 1st, 2024



Important announcement to candidates

The Global General Service Test (GGST)
The Global General Service Test (GGST) is a requirement for external candidates applying for General Service positions. 

The GGST is a computer-based, proctored global test, which has replaced the Administrative Services Assessment Test (ASAT) on 15 July 2014. It is an entry level assessment requirement for recruiting into the positions in the General Service (GS) category. The GGST assesses job-relevant abilities and core competencies of the long-listed applicants for GS positions, through work-relevant scenarios and tasks, in an efficient, effective, and fair manner.  

Who has to take the GGST?
The test is required for candidates applying for GS positions at all levels (1-7) without a valid ASAT/GGST score, with the exception of certain functions (e.g., Security Officers, Nurses, Gardeners, and Trades and Crafts), for which the existing appropriate tests will be given.  



Useful Links For Candidates

United Nations Careers Portal


United Nations Careers Portal

The United Nations Careers Portal is a website that provides information and resources related to job opportunities within the United Nations system. where all employment opportunities at the United Nations Secretariat can be viewed. 


Staff application process information


Staff application process information

Interested in a staff position? Check this resource to find guidance about the application process and information on the UN's recruitment policies and procedures. 


Prepare The Competency-Based Interview (CBI)

The UN competency-based interview focuses on the skills, knowledge, and abilities required for a particular role within the UN system. It is designed to provide a fair and objective evaluation of a candidate's skills and abilities, and to ensure that the best candidates are selected for each role.