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UNICEF Thailand has about 30 staff members based in Bangkok who work in the areas of Child Protection, Education, HIV/AIDS, Social Policy, Local Capacity Building, Communication, and Private Sector Fundraising and Partnerships.

The UNICEF East Asia and Pacific Regional Office (EAPRO) in Bangkok employs about 100 staff members who support UNICEF country programmes in 14 countries. They work in such areas as child protection, education, health and nutrition, HIV/AIDS, adolescent development and participation, emergencies, private fundraising and partnerships, human resources, finance and accounting, supplies and administration.


Title: Consultancy – Digital Communication in Youth and Adolescent
Organizational: UNICEF TCO 
Post Level: Consultancy
Duration: 11 months
Duty station: Bangkok
Closing Date: 
23 April 2017

Title: Business Analyst
Organizational: UNICEF East Asia and Pacific Regional Office
Post Level: NO-C
Duration: Fixed term 
Duty station: Bangkok
Closing Date:
24 April 2017


UNICEF is committed to providing equal opportunities in its employment policies, practices and procedures. The UNICEF Thailand and EAPRO offices only accept applications for advertised positions. Vacancies will be advertised via the following:
• UNICEF Thailand website
• Bangkok Post newspaper
• Thai NGO website
• Devnetjobs.org
• Reliefweb

Interested individuals can send their application letter together with a cover letter, a detailed resume, and current and expected salary to hrbangkok@unicef.org

UNICEF Thailand does not normally recruit local or international volunteers. For further information on volunteering with UNICEF at the international level or with other UN agencies, please visit United Nations Volunteers.

UNICEF Thailand does not normally recruit interns. To find out more, and to apply for an internship with UNICEF in another country, please visit the UNICEF International website.



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