The UN Foundation is always looking for passionate changemakers to contribute to our mission to help the UN drive global progress. We are committed to creating an enjoyable, productive workplace, where everyone’s contribution is recognized. We regularly celebrate our star performers with a Bravo Award.
Search our list of open opportunities and apply through our career portal. Come join our diverse team of international professionals working to help solve global problems.
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I lead grassroots initiatives to empower Americans to support the work of the UN….Success for me is making a positive difference in the lives I touch.
After college, I saw the UN Foundation as a place where I could grow professionally and make an impact on issues I care deeply about….I love the passion and dedication of my co-workers who always have time to chat regardless how hectic things are!
Having worked in the field for several years implementing tech solutions in developing countries, I was looking for an opportunity to work with an organization effecting positive change at the global ecosystem and institutional level.
I genuinely appreciate my colleagues and value how mission-driven they are. There’s a real understanding that the work we do is bigger than ourselves, and that’s a gratifying thing to be a part of.
Learn more about out application process before applying. We look forward to seeing your application.
After you submit your application, we will send you an email notification that your application has been received.
Our People & Culture team works hard to review the candidate pool for open positions in a timely manner. Due to the high volume of applicants received, we are not able to reach out personally to all who apply. We appreciate your patience during the review process.
If you are selected for an interview, you will be contacted by a recruiter or a direct member of the team with which you have applied, who will outline next steps.
If a role that you have applied to no longer appears on our Careers page, the role is closed for new applicants. This does not indicate that the role has been filled, only that we are not accepting new candidates for review.
When a posting has been filled, those not selected to move forward will be notified by email. We keep all applications on file and encourage you to apply to any future positions that align with your skills and interests.
Yes, have your friend contact our People & Culture team with your resume and cover letter. We are happy to mark your application as a referral in our system. Please note this does not guarantee an interview or offer of employment.
For technical issues or login questions, please reach out to our applicant-tracking system iCIMS for support. Customer support representatives are available 24 hours a day to provide answers: Customer support representatives are available 24 hours a day to provide answers: 800-889-4422.
From time to time, the UN Foundation can sponsor individuals for non-immigrant visas. This is highly dependent on the requirements of the job and the needs of the organization at the time. You are encouraged to apply to any jobs you are qualified for. If the role is appropriate for visa sponsorship and you are selected to move forward, we will reach out regarding next steps.
UN Foundation hosts employees at our Washington, D.C. headquarters (1750 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Suite 300, Washington, DC 20005) and New York City (801 2nd Avenue, Suite 900, New York, NY 10017) office. In some instances, employees can work remotely from other U.S. locations. The job description will specify where the role can be housed.
UN Foundation cannot guarantee relocation packages to new hires who need to move to the D.C. or NYC area.
The interview process is our best opportunity to get to know a potential candidate and have the candidate learn more about the important work we do here at the UN Foundation. The process varies across teams, but usually includes an initial phone interview with a recruiter or team member, followed by an in-person interview with members of the team. In some cases, you may be asked to take a skills-assessment test or submit additional materials to help the hiring managers evaluate your qualifications.
In your interview, you will be asked about your academic and work experience and are encouraged to ask questions of us. You should familiarize yourself with the work of the Foundation and the specific team with which you are applying.
Interviewers are looking to see what value you will add to their team and the organization, so be prepared to offer examples of your pertinent achievements.
Unfortunately, we are not able to provide personal feedback to unsuccessful candidates. Most candidates who are not selected have very impressive qualifications but did not have the qualifications and experience that fit the needs of the organization at the time. We encourage you to apply to any future positions that fit your skills and interests.