The recruitment and development of well-rounded and experienced staff capable of meeting changing organizational needs is a high priority for the United Nations.
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Job networks have been established to promote greater career opportunities for staff members. Each network is a flexible grouping of job families with common, related and interrelated fields of work and functions. Job families in turn are occupations and sub-occupations grouped into a common field of work. As part of a network, United Nations employees can access multidisciplinary opportunities for developing new skills, and gain exposure to the different parts of the Organization.
An eligible staff member can join one or more networks based on her or his background and career interests. See job networks here below:
- Management and Administration
- Economic, Social and Development
- Political, Peace and Humanitarian
- Information and Telecommunication Technology
- Public Information and Conference Management
- Internal Security and Safety
- Logistics, Transportation and Supply Chain