Multilateral Jobs UK

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Multilateral Jobs UK  

The UK’s Foreign Commonwealth and Development Office has partnered with Impactpool to build a database of UK nationals interested in applying for roles within the multilateral system. We are looking for talented people to take up key roles in international organisations, joining the many UK nationals already working there.  

Why Register?

By registering you will automatically receive details of job vacancies linked to your preferences, experience, education, and language skills. These will be emailed to you directly via a newsletter. 

You will be included in a database of UK nationals with relevant skills and experience that Impactpool and FCDO could potentially reach out to when a priority role in the multilateral sector has been advertised. By signing up to this site, the FCDO may contact you directly, including to alert you to specific events or opportunities.

Staff in multilateral organisations work across a full spectrum of issues. We are therefore looking for talented UK nationals at all stages of their careers in a wide range of fields, including foreign policy, development, security, global health, climate, science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM), space, human resources and auditing.  

How to Register

Multilateral Jobs UK is hosted by Impactpool. To register you will need to have an Impactpool profile. If you already have an Impactpool profile, you can easily connect it to Multilateral Jobs UK. If you don't have an Impactpool profile, you will be prompted to create one.

You can change your preferences at any time through your account or unsubscribe if you no longer wish to receive job alerts or be part of the Multilateral Jobs UK database. 

Applying for Jobs in Multilateral Organisations

You should always send an application directly to the relevant organisation. Make sure you follow the instructions in the advertisement about how to complete the application and include all the relevant information required. 

There is strong competition for international roles. An application that does not meet the stated criteria for applying may result in it being rejected.