Information for Applicants:
The Mission is currently located in Hudaydah, Yemen, Sana’a, Yemen and Amman, Jordan. Hudaydah and Sana’a are classified as non-family duty stations, and Amman is classified as a family duty station.
The mission's workforce is comprised of various categories of staff, with different levels (reflecting increasing levels of responsibilities and requirements) within each staff category. Please be sure to read the UN guide on staff categories to help you decide in which staff category, and at what level, you fit in. This information will be very helpful as you begin searching and applying for jobs with UNMHA.
Please do check this website regularly for any new openings.
International positions (Professional Officers and above, and Field Service categories)
To apply for an International position, you must do this online through the United Nations career portal.
National positions (National Professional Officers and General Service categories)
For General Service and National Professional Officer positions in Yemen, you must be a Yemeni national to apply. For General Service positions in Jordan, you must either be a Jordanian or have Jordanian residency to apply.
How to apply:
Similar to International positions, to apply to national positions you must do this online through he United Nations Career Portal as reflected below, please note that any other application (P11 or offline inspira application) will no longer be accepted and will disqualify you from the recruitment process. Female candidates are highly encouraged to apply.
All job openings in the UN Secretariat are published on the United Nations Careers Portal (https://careers.un.org). When you apply for a job, you have to submit an application in the UN online recruitment system called inspira (https://inspira.un.org/). For information on how to apply for a job using the online recruitment system, please visit the links below for detailed information and easy to follow step by step videos on how to create an external account and completing the Job Requirements.
Completing your Application
The inspira application is an extended online resume, specifically used by the United Nations, where you articulate your education, competencies, achievements and professional experience. The application is used to evaluate your eligibility and suitability for the job. It is your opportunity to tell your story in a way that demonstrates that you are the best candidate for the job.
If you want to apply for more than one job you can update and change your information in the online recruitment system before submitting a new application.
Filling the Languages section of the application
Applicants should indicate their proficiency level for the languages specified in the job opening including their mother tongue. Applicants will not be considered for job openings if they do not indicate proficiency in the required languages. Generally, fluency in either English or French, the two working languages of the United Nations Secretariat, is required for any job openings.
To be considered fluent in a language, the proficiency level in all four specified areas (i.e. reading, speaking, understanding and writing) must be “fluent.” To be considered to have knowledge in a language, the proficiency level in at least two out of the four specified areas must be “confident” or “fluent.”
Understanding the job requirements
Make sure you find as much information as possible about the job and apply only to vacancies that are suited to your strengths and aspirations.
Completing the job requirement section is a mandatory step, in your application process. It is your opportunity to highlight your specific experiences, skills, knowledge, and practitioner credentials in relation to the job you are applying for in order to convince the hiring manager that you are a qualified candidate.
Your job requirements responses should be coherent, consistent, and supported by information provided in your candidate profile. Watch the Job Requirements video using the link provided above.
Preparing the Motivation Statement
The motivation statement allows you up to 2,000 characters (including spaces) to include information that is not found elsewhere in your application.
You may wish to use the motivation statement to explain why you are applying for this job, in this location, at this moment; how the position aligns with your overall career goals, including a career or location change; how elements of your personal character or experience will support your success in the role; and/or how your competencies, values, and behaviors align with the mandate of the UN and the mandate of the particular UN office you are applying to.
External account creation: https://inspira-apps.un.org/inspira/videos/External_Account_Creation_And_NCA.mp4#t=1
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