Work from Home Jobs at the United Nations Open Now

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By Mike Haaren – Rat Race Rebellion Co-Founder – July 26, 2018

Home-Based Jobs at the United Nations Open Now

A lot of job seekers don’t know about it, but the UN has been hiring home-based workers for years. In fact, 60% of its staff work away from HQ, all over the world. With about 44,000  workers — many on short-term assignments — it has jobs and freelance gigs opening up all the time. If you like the international side of things, one of these openings might be a great fit.

Not Just Peacekeeping — 40 Programs & Agencies

Although peacekeeping puts the UN in the headlines, it has about 40 programs and specialized agencies. These include the UN Development Programme, the Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, the UN Environment Programme, and others. You’ll find many listed here.

The central UN jobs database isn’t easily searched by keyword, so it takes time to find the home-based openings. The largest number of home-based jobs I’ve found is at the UNDP (the United Nations Development Programme), so this post focuses on that jobs database.

The UNDP is the UN’s global aid network. It aims to reduce poverty, deal with large-scale crises, fight HIV, etc.




Finding Home-Based Jobs at the UNDP

The easiest way we’ve found (thanks to Angel P.) to browse the home-based jobs is to visit this page. Here you’ll find a full list of positions with their closing dates.




Consultants and Experts Needed

A current sampling of home-based jobs includes a variety of Consultant, Specialist and Expert positions. And if you have a yen for travel, many of these jobs will satisfy it! The mix changes often, so if you don’t see something you like, check back regularly. For more jobs like these, see our Newest Jobs & Gigs page. To be the first to hear about jobs like these, like our Facebook page. Good luck in your home-based job goals!

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