How does my organisation benefit from the UN Job List?
The UN Job Lists serves tens of thousands of pages every week to tousands of interested candidates all over the world. The UN Job List e-mail alert reaches several thousand subscribers every week and the UN Job List provides easy to handle search and sophisticated RSS feeds that help qualified applicants to find your vacancy.
Especially smaller organisations considerably benefit from the UN Job List as the accessibility to job advertisements increase significantly. Also, if you are looking for a specialist that you normally not recruit frequently the UN Job List helps you finding that specialist.
How does the UN Job List work?
The UN Job Lists visits your organisation’s vacancy page daily and checks your advertisements. There is nothing you (or anybody else) have to do to update the UN Job List.
I just posted a vacancy. Why is it not on UN Job List yet?
It should be there within 24 hours. If it is not please let me know and I will follow up.
My organisation is not listed on the UN Job List yet. What can I do?
This situation is very rare. In any case, please let me know and I will add your organisation if you are member of the UN family.
There is a vacancy listed on UN Job List that I would like to take off. How do I do that?
Just let me know which one and I will make sure it is gone. Please also take it off your vacancy page at the same time.
I like the UN Job List, what can I do to help?
Just let me know if there are issues – that is a lot of help already. Also, please don’t change your page layout or structure often – that is more work to keep the robots running. If you consider redesigning your page there are some very simple things you can do to make it easier for the UN Job List (like a good table structure, a nice XML feed, no manual system etc.) just ask me I’ll let you know. And lastly – let your colleagues know about UN Job List.
What is the cost?
It’s free. There are NO costs for the organisations that are listed on the UN Job List and there are NO costs for the users using it. It is entirely free.
Why do you do this? What is in it for you?
It is a fun project and I think I can help providing this service. The story on how it started is that I have a very good friend that searched a job in the UN once and helping that friend, I became frustrated with the job searching options that exist so far. So I started programming this site.
At the same time professionally, I’m not satisfied with the return rate and the qualification that some vacancies yield. Also, most of the exceptionally good candidates don’t want to spend month’s worth of effort on a job search, they rather get their job done. So I thought that a more efficient matching of vacancies and applicants is helping both sides.
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