25 January 2024

Opportunities for German nationals to join UNICEF

Learn about opportunities for young professionals living and studying in Germany, as well as the Junior Professional Officer (JPO) programme for German nationals. Current opportunities | Requirements for the German JPO programme | About the JPO porgramme | Career Fairs in Germany, Current opportunities, For its Regional Office in West and Central Africa in Dakar, Senegal, UNICEF is hiring a: Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation Officer, Resilience (P2). Apply by 18 February 2024 This is a Junior Professional Officer position, sponsored by the German government. Only German citizens are eligible to apply. Click here to see the detailed job…, Requirements of the JPO programme for German nationals, Germany sponsors its JPOs for a minimum of 2 years and a maximum of 4 years. Minimum requirements to apply: German citizenship; Master’s degree or equivalent; Two to four years of professional experience after graduation. Click here for additional information about the JPO programme in Germany. Blocks The JPO Programme offers a distinctive…, About the Junior Professional Officer programme,  , Become a JPO, Are you a young professional interested in working for UNICEF? Click here to learn more about the Junior Professional Officer programme and how to apply ., Become a partner, Do you want to sponsor nationals of your country or other countries to become JPOs with UNICEF? Click here to learn how you can partner with us UNICEF currently has 21 active JPO agreements with donor governments that sponsor JPOs. We are continuously engaging with emerging donor governments who would be interested to support UNICEF's mission and…, Career fairs in Germany, Do you study in Germany, or you are a German national interested in joining UNICEF? We participate in in-person and virtual events to meet talented professionals and inform them about career paths and opportunities at UNICEF. You can meet us at the "Career Fair International Organizations", organized every year by the German Ministry of Foreign…