October 31, 2011
OPPORTUNITIES: UNICEF launches new and emerging talent initiative [Worldwide]
Professionals interested in an international career can apply to a talent-identification initiative.
UNICEF is recruiting through its New and Emerging Talent Initiative (NETI), a two-year program used as an entry point for mid-career professionals.
NETI participants will spend one year at UNICEF's New York headquarters working in a functional areas of need. Participants will then be deployed internationally on assignments related to their projects.
Applicants must have an advanced university degree, proficiency in English and another official UN language, at least 2-5 years relevant work experience and must be willing to accept an assignment to any UNICEF office worldwide.
The deadline is November 4. For more information, click here.