Working for children and women globally.
Most people on my team were consultants, i.e. no benefits. The abuse of overusing consultant contracts in the UN system, especially UNICEF, is getting worse.
Amazing benefits and amazing people to work with. Not only do you get to save the lives of children, you are paid fairly and health insurance coverage is good.
There’s no benefit for consultants.
For an internship is enough, I did not expect more.
amazing cool awesome would recommend
There are very limited to no benefits for consultant level staff. Some benefits such as travel can be factored into daily rate but health insurance and 401k are not options.
As well as other UN organisations, you can have full social package, health insurance, pension, education grant, etc, the expense for the dental treatment is covered only for 1,000 USD/ year, which is not really attractive.
As permalancer - no benefits whatsoever.
International civil service benefits include 30+ days of annual leave, maternity leave, tuition, relocation, settlement, etc. You have many entitlements - but it can be tricky to take them because of workload and sometimes lack of information about them.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.