NEWS: The UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) is recruiting! 100+ new jobs to make a difference

Unhcr woman refugee camp kenya

The UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) provides life-saving aid and protection every day for millions of uprooted and stateless people around the world. Now the Agency is looking to recruit 100+ highly qualified and motivated people from all over the world. Find out how to join UNHCR and help make a difference at a time when more people than ever need their help! Closing Date: 25 April 2016.

Working at UNHCR

UNHCR employs some 9,000 staff from all over the world, mostly working in field locations where refugees and internally displaced people need help most. The UNHCR staff are the backbone of the organization and about 89 percent of them are based in the field.

This is something that UNHCR staff takes great pride of, despite the many hardships they face while working in deep field operations, at times close to or within conflict areas. Their greatest reward is to know that our work has a major positive impact and brings hope to people uprooted by conflict and persecution.

Now 100+ opportunities to work for UNHCR!

Now you are able to find lots of UNHCR vacancies at UNjobfinder – positions at all levels. and in a wide range of functional areas where you can achieve your professional goal to be a humanitarian. You will find all the jobs, or divided at career levels, in the links below. Closing date for application: 25 April 2016.

Please note! Applications should be sent through UNHCR's recruitment system. UNjobfinder do not handle any applications and we are not able to answer any specific questions related to the positions.Also important, before sending your application, make sure you meet all the requirements for the specific position.

Good luck!

Junior level positions at UNHCR here!

Mid-level positions at UNHCR here!

Senior/Senior Executive positions at UNHCR!

Find all 100+ jobs at UNHCR here!


Photo: A displaced Somali woman at the world’s Iargest Refugee Camp in Dadaab, Kenya, which is supported by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR).
By UN Photo/Evan Schneider, Flickr (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0)