United Nations Career Support
From the moment you join the United Nations’ dynamic team of staff associates, you can be sure of one thing – our support system will confirm that you are not left alone to figure out your career. The growth of every staff partner is very significant to us – supporting you to grow allows us to become better at what we do. We are therefore engaged in providing all the available tools to respond to your necessities.
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We are profound about career assets at the United Nations and our policy is firmly embedded in a stable and interactive partnership between the staff partner, the manager, and the Organization. Although you are primarily responsible for your professional and personal growth, and are the key driver in your career planning process, managers are always there to provide you with the required direction, information as well and a work environment to positively and qualitatively help your career growth.
The Organization offers accurate and helpful prospects through a competency model based on a diverse range of programmes that incorporate a wide preference for career planning and growth workshops. These exciting Chances and substantial career help services are naturally expanded across all of the Organization’s established job networks:
- Political, Peace, and Security
- Management and Operations Support
- Economic and Social Development
- Information Systems and Communication Technology
- Public Information and External Relations
- Conference Management
- Safety and Security
This covers both substantive and technical skills as well as key competencies.
Through Career Resource Centres or Training Centres, the next assistance is available:
- Career and life planning data
- Learning possibilities
- Mobility support
- Confidential career coaching
- Direction with career consultants as well as Human Resources experts
- Workshops to develop skills in networking, implementation management, and competency-based interviewing;
- as well as information sessions on diverse human resources administration and growth issues.