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UNICEF rolls out new online recruitment tool

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Eleven thousand development professionals work for UNICEF around the world.

By Stacy Lu

NEW YORK, USA, 21 December 2009 – UNICEF is pleased to announce the launch of UNICEF Employment, a new online recruiting system. Positions will be advertised on the Job Seeker pages at UNICEF.org. 

Click here to log on now.

UNICEF staff are a diverse, dedicated, passionate and engaged group of development professionals who work in 180 offices around the world.

Every day, 11,000 UNICEF staff members work to help children realize their right to the best start in life, to survive childhood… and to grow up to become healthy, educated, productive global citizens.

Using UNICEF Employment, candidates are able to view available positions and their requirements, and establish an online profile that they can save, monitor and update continuously. Applications are made through UNICEF Employment, and candidates can check the status of their job application in real-time.

UNICEF Employment is part of the organization’s commitment to simplifying and streamlining processes and systems.

“In our current environment of increased knowledge sharing and availability of a global pool of potential candidates, UNICEF Employment is designed to enhance our talent sourcing and search capability,” said Christine Lloyd, UNICEF’s Director of Human Resources. “Having a pipeline of worldwide talent from which to quickly find and place highly qualified candidates will help UNICEF build a stronger working force to meet our commitments to children.”

For more information and to log on to UNICEF Employment, visit the Job Seeker pages on UNICEF.org.




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