Working with the United Nations and Other International Organizations
The U.S. Government encourages qualified U.S. citizens to apply for professional positions with the United Nations and other international organizations. While pursuing a rewarding and challenging career, international civil servants can make a difference by contributing their knowledge and skills to the needs of the world community. The U.S. Department of State assists Americans interested in such employment opportunities and makes every effort to promote American representation in these agencies. For more information, please contact the U.S. Mission: GenevaUSforUNjobs@state.gov
Through USAID’s Office of U.S. Foreign Disaster Assistance (OFDA), the United States will sponsor a qualified U.S. citizen for employment in the United Nations Office of the Coordinator of Humanitarian Assistance (OCHA) Junior Professional Officer (JPO) program. Please visit this link for more information. The deadline to apply for this Geneva-based position is May 1.
Additional information on employment opportunities with the UN and other international organizations, including job-listings and job alerts, can be found on a special website dedicated to career opportunities with international organizations.
Working at the U.S. Mission
For information on employment opportunities with the U.S. Mission in Geneva, both for U.S. citizens and foreign citizens, please visit the Job Opportunities at the Mission page.