UNICEF Values and Hiring Process
For UNICEF, these are more than words. They embody the values that infuse everything we do as an organization, each and every day — from our programmes for children and youthful people, to how we treat each other, to how we interact with partners and neighborhoods worldwide.
Care: We are mindful of each other’s well-being, professional growth, and growth. We acknowledge that our staff is often working in stressful surroundings where insecurity and risk are a daily fact of life.
Respect: We treat each other with the same level of thoughtfulness we want for ourselves, and we encourage diversity, inclusion, and a sense of belonging for all.
Integrity: We act ethically, with frankness and transparency, establishing the highest standards for ourselves as we work together and with partners, donors, and the international society.
Trust: We depend on and believe in each other to act in line with the core values and mission of UNICEF and in the best attraction of children.
Accountability: We hold ourselves and each other accountable for our behaviors; this means being answerable for our actions.
Sustainability – We apply environmental sustainability in our individual lives and at work, including in the design and performance of UNICEF activities, so that our work protects the planet and its resources for the children we serve, now and in the future.
How does UNICEF hire?
Visit the UN Jobs. Asia Jobs page to search for job openings. If you do not currently see any appropriate options, set up a job alert to obtain an email when an appropriate opportunity is advertised. Make sure you understand the various types of jobs, contracts, and opportunities as you conduct your search.
You may want to read also: What is the Application Process for UN jobs?
An honest and objective self-assessment is a great way to assist in determining what makes you an excellent candidate for a position, and it will ultimately enable you to build an application that most clearly reflects your strengths, skills, experience, and personal values.
After you have searched for jobs and concluded your self-assessment, you’re ready to apply! For most job applications at UNICEF, you should complete and submit an online recruitment profile, a CV/resume, and a cover letter.
When the hiring team is narrowing down its list of nominees, they will check all profiles to recognize eligible and suitable nominees for the position, in line with the minimum requirements incorporated in the job description.
Nominees shortlisted for a position may experience an assessment, followed by a reference check and other processes depending on the position level, area of work, and office context. Nominee assessment techniques will vary according to the contextual and business needs of the hiring office.
6. Outcome Notification
The length of the entire selection procedure varies, depending on the hiring office’s priorities and the vacancy announcement type. The whole procedure can take days, weeks or months. Nominees who are shortlisted and partake in assessments will be informed of the outcome by the respective office.
You can find UNICEF vacancies HERE.