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Careers at UNICEF

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Holding a UNICEF note book in her hand, a young girl walks to a UNICEF supported community based school (CBS) in a village in Panshir Province, Afghanistan.

Welcome to the UNICEF Afghanistan Employment site!

If you are highly passionate and committed development professional and want to help build a world fit for children. If you are interested in working in highly challenging environment, UNICEF would like to hear from you.

UNICEF's work is carried out in 191 countries through country programmes and National Committees.

UNICEF recruits staff in areas such as Child Protection, Child Health, Nutrition, Education, HIV/AIDS, Water, Sanitation and Hygiene, Procurement, Communication, Finance, Audit, Administration, Information Systems, Logistics, Human Resources, Social Policy, Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation, Fundraising, Marketing and Management.

Explore this website to learn more about the qualifications and benefits with working with UNICEF and how to apply to current vacancies and positions.

Current Vacancies

Temporary Appointments

UNICEF makes special efforts to recruit qualified women into its professional ranks.  UNICEF also endeavours to expand the geographical representation of its staff.

Please Note

UNITED NATIONS does not charge a fee at any stage of the recruitment process (application, interview meeting, processing, training or any other fees). The United Nations does not concern itself with information on bank accounts. If you have any questions as to vacancy announcements you may have received, please refer to this website.

UNICEF is currently aware of fictitious vacancy announcements that are being circulated through the internet, the purpose of which is to get people to register for employment or training and send in a fee.

If you believe that you have received such a notice,  you are kindly requested to check the authenticity of e-mails, letters or telephone communication purportedly from, for, or on behalf of the United Nations or its officials, and if you believe the information therein is fraudulent, send a fraud alert e-mail through:

For additional information on the issue, please visit www.un.org/en/aboutun/fraudalert.



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