What are the qualifications to work in UNICEF?
As described in UNICEF’s career page, these are:
- G-1 to G-4: One to four years of relevant professional work experience.
- G-5 to G-6: Five to six years of relevant professional work experience.
- G-7: Seven or more years of relevant professional work experience.
How do I start working with UNICEF?
If you are seeking a post with UNICEF in one of our duty stations around the world, please visit UNICEF’s global website. There you will find information about the required qualifications and the benefits of working with UNICEF.
How much do UNICEF workers get paid?
How much do people at UNICEF get paid? See the latest salaries by department and job title. The average estimated annual salary, including base and bonus, at UNICEF is $133,715, or $64 per hour, while the estimated median salary is $134,351, or $64 per hour.
What do employees at UNICEF do?
By working here, you can help us change children’s lives for the better everywhere. As the UK Committee for UNICEF, we raise funds to help change and save the lives of children in 190 countries around the world. … And we work with schools, hospitals and communities here in the UK to ensure that children flourish.