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Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC)


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Are you a professional committed to improving the lives of children? If you possess the right qualifications and experience to join the world's leading agency for children, we would be interested in considering your application for the vacancies or internship listed at the bottom of the page.

Please review the details of the post carefully to ensure you meet the high standards that UNICEF demands - then complete our Personal History form (the P11 form that you can download from this site), and attach to your full curriculum vitae, a recent identity photograph, photocopies of your academic diplomas and latest employment performance reviews:

International postings

If you are seeking a post with UNICEF in one of our other duty stations around the world, please visit our global website here. Please note that only shortlisted candidates will normally be contacted.

Volunteers and interns

This regional office does not normally have the capacity to accept volunteers, but opportunities sometimes arise where you can offer your services on a voluntary, unpaid basis. The UNICEF global intern programme is managed through our headquarters in New York, and there are specific criteria for applying for an internship. For more information please go to the intern page on our global website.

Current vacancies / tenders


Current vacancies/tenders

UNICEF Turkey is looking for proposals for a short-term International Institutional Consultancy for Creating a Protective Environment- Identification of Standards for the Psychosocial Services Provided to Risk Groups

Reference: EM/TURA/2015-J
Deadline: June 11, 2015 at 10:00 hrs. 

For more info, please go to the UNICEF Turkey website


Past vacancies/tenders

Digital Communication Consultancy Services

: RFPS-CEECIS-2015-151084
: 4 May 2015
: 22 May 2015 16:00

The UNICEF Regional Office (RO) for Central and Eastern Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States (CEE/CIS) is seeking an individual or institutional consultant to manage all of its digital communication platforms. The consultant shall have the skills to create and maintain engaging and creative content for the UNICEF CEE/CIS regional website, social media platforms (including Facebook, Twitter and YouTube). The consultant shall also be up-to-date and passionate about the latest digital technologies and techniques and can apply them to reach a broad range of audiences, including children and adolescents.

The purpose of the position is to bolster both the RO’s and country offices (CO)’s digital presence as a way to strengthen its advocacy goals around key child rights issues. Therefore the creation of engaging content needs to be integrated into an overall digital strategy geared not only towards increasing traffic and engagement but also increasing mobilization and advocacy.

UNICEF will establish with a successful bidders a three (3)-year Long Term Arrangement for Services (LTAS) subject to satisfactory performance of the contractor.

The principles of an LTAS are:

a) UNICEF will not be obligated to order any minimum quantity of services from the LTAS holder;
b) UNICEF shall not be liable for any cost in the event that no purchase of services is made under this LTAS;
c) This arrangement is non-exclusive, and UNICEF will be entitled to procure the same or similar services from other contractors, as it sees fit.

Should your company be qualified and interested in this bidding opportunity, please register in the UNICEF-PFP e-tendering system to access the complete RFP package - please follow the registration procedure attached to this notification. https://ungm.in-tend.co.uk/unicef-pfp/aspx/Home or click here


UNICEF Moldova seeks an international expert in Adolescents Health Communication to develop guidelines and to strengthen the capacities of youth friendly health services in the area of  communication for social change and social mobilization

More info

Deadline for applications is 21 April 2015.



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