UN Liaison Officer in UNMIS (SUDAN) (Former Employee), Sudan, TX – April 30, 2013
Pros: living allowances
Cons: no dental insurance
- As UN Military Liaison Officer Contatcting warring factions representatives. Receiving high officials and delegations and escort them in all their Visits to mission area according the work plan Convey all UN confidential documents to Sudanese and SPLA AJMCs members besides,intelligence and police departments LOs. Reporting all abnormal activities – more... carried out by warring factions. Receive immediate ceasefire claims. Liaison with Sudanese civilian authority and non profitable organizations. Arranging and facilitating procedures of departure and arrival of high delegated officials. - As UN Military Observer Attend morning briefing Conduct the daily patrol (according to the assignment) Repot the daily situation report to the UNMO team leader Operate the duty station room and base station The hardest part of the job: Nothing significant to be told The most enjoyable part of the job: Working at a multinational environment – less
The United Nation are a great place to work, It is on a daily base a challange . With the UN you meet people from all parts of the world.
Regional Support Supervisor (Current Employee), Haiti – April 24, 2013
The United Nations are a great Organization to work for. The Benifits are good and the work are great. Right now the UN are under going a great reduction in force and they are downsizing , many jobs are in review for cuts and many will be turn over to the local national. The UN are a great unit and I do look foward on working with them as plan or in – more... another MISSION. – less
Supervisor (Former Employee), Port-au-Prince – April 16, 2013
Pros: great company and benefits, honest days work.
This job felt like working with family. I've learned to work with others better. Management was more like a big brother/sister. The co-workers were like family. There wasn't any hard parts. The most enjoyable was coming into work everyday.
The United Nations Organization is a mult-cultural and internatinal organization with the task of ensuring world peace and security. A great employer
Deputy to the head of section and desk officer (Former Employee), New York, NY – March 31, 2013
Most of my years on this job evolved deployment to high risk countries to provide staff safety and security in the humanitarian and development security operations. The hard part of this job was that it was a 24/7 job, The good part was that it provided very good income and benefits.
I was very satisfied to work with a great family team
Forklift Operator (Former Employee), Port-au-Prince – March 26, 2013
Pros: sometimes lunch free
Cons: assurance coverage
the united Nations learned me core values: Integrity, Professionalism, Respect for Diversity/Gender. Core Competencies: Communication, Teamwork, Client Orientation, Commitment to Continuous Learning.i was very satisfied to work with a great family team
HVAC, Auto A/C & Electric (Former Employee), Haiti, P au p. – March 16, 2013
Pros: going out for your lunch time
Cons: one hour for break
Monday there's plenty of job than others day, how functionning the system, more knowledge and live with different culture. Always under pressure, because there's always others jobs waiting for. Having a good teamwork for helping other people how doing well the duties. When there's job waiting for you after finishing each one after one. When you receive – more... your payment and where there's party between us. – less
EOD Deminer and Mine sweeper (Former Employee), Syria, VA – March 11, 2013
Pros: on contract basis only by un
Ive had been experienced as DE miner and mine sweeper during the time i was deployed as peacekeeper as part of United Nations peacekeeping mission in Golan Heights Israel and Syria, Ive enjoy what am doing there with the help also of other contingent like contingent from Austria,Croatia,India and Japan Peacekeeper.The hardest part of my Job there is – more... when the time you have to recover a landmines and Unexploded Ordnance (UXO) with the used of our knowledge and techniques and render safe procedure. – less
Campaign Coordinator (Former Employee), Nairobi, Kenya – February 20, 2013
Pros: half days off from work on fridays, casual clothing day
Cons: traffic issues took a lot of time
Learnt a lot about different cultures. Worked with young children on two different projects, it was fun, interactive and something that was worth doing for the community. Management was great, understanding and patient. Co workers were great. Fun, interactive people. Co- workers were always there to help one another. Hardest part of the job was to learn – more... how to keep all emotions out of the work we were doing for these children. Enjoyable part of the job was; getting to work and help children that were going through certain issues. Making a difference. – less
Security Officer (Former Employee), Baghdad – November 26, 2012
Pros: every thing was free ....
All days were my typical days and i have learned to work with multi nationalities and environment... our managment was an ideal managment and my co-workers were doing good .. the bad security sitiuation was the hardest part ....we all were working as a team work.
The UN Secretariat is a massive bureaucracy run by professional international civil servants. It is a highly structured and rule-driven environment.
Business Analyst and Writer (Current Employee), New York, NY – October 17, 2012
Pros: great benefits for staff. permanent staff have good security.
Cons: difficult to adapt to organization.
The UN Secretariat may not be everyone's cup of tea. It is an interesting place to work because of the international character and the proximity to the General Assembly and Security Council and diplomatic activity.
On the other hand, it is governed by a vast accumulation of resolutions, information circulars, and staff rules. This can make it difficult – more... at times to make change. – less
I LIKE WORKING WITH UNITED NATIONS BECAUSE I LIKE BEEN A DIPLOMAT. SECOND, LIFE IS WORTLESS WITHOUT LIVING FOR OTHERS. UN MAKES ONE LEARN MORE ABOUT DIVERSE CULTURE, ETHNICITIES, AS WELL AS RELIGIOUS BACKGRAND.
Job Work/Life Balance
cleaner,house keeping,kitchen porther,warehouse,picker and packer,security
Language assistant (Former Employee), UNMIT East Timor – October 16, 2012
Pros: 1 hours meal break
Cons: if there serious case or police check point for the vehicle
I have 3 type of shift like early shift from 0700-1500 hrs,late shift 1500-2300 hrs,night shift 2300-0700 hrs, i have improve my computer skill ,and police job like how to arrest the suspect, attending some crime case,for the management is done well,I have good relationship with my co-workers we working as a team we help each other.night shift is the – more... hardest part is night shift,the mos enjoyable of the job is when I am busy doing translation for the UNPOL and also conducting Patrolling with the Police – less
Social Worker (Former Employee), Pakistan – October 6, 2012
Pros: met a lot of new people
I liked working there, I have no complaints. During the day I had meetings daily with people, if there was any problem with schools, families, hospitals, etc. we report it to our main office and they take care of it.