The African Union (AU)

The African Union (AU), is a Pan African organisation whose goal is to propel a united continent towards peace and prosperity. The AU supports political and economic integration among its 55 member states. It aims to secure Africa’s democracy, human rights, and a sustainable economy, especially by bringing an end to intra-African conflict and creating an effective common market. The AU is guided by its vision of “An Integrated, Prosperous and Peaceful Africa, driven by its own citizens and representing a dynamic force in the global arena.”

The Commission is currently recruiting for various positions to enhance its capacity to deliver on the above mandate. The Secretariat is therefore inviting suitably qualified and experienced citizens of the AU to apply for the following positions, respective Duty Stations and Job Grades as stated below:

# Position Department/ Directorate Type of Contract Grade Duty Station Deadline
1 Web Designer and Content Officer AfCFTA Regular P2 Accra, Ghana June 30, 2023
2 Communication and Digital Branding Officer AfCFTA Regular P2 Accra, Ghana June 30, 2023
3 Finance Officer & Bank Reconciliation AfCFTA Regular P2 Accra, Ghana June 30, 2023
4 Finance Officer &  Certification AfCFTA Regular P2 Accra, Ghana June 30, 2023

For more information on the African Union’s opportunities and method of application please visit their career website via the following link;

All applications should be made through the above provided link not later than the given deadline. Any application channeled through other means will not be considered.

Interested candidates should aslo contact or send their documents to Ms. Rebecca Julienne, Third Secretary, Regional Affairs Division at the Department of Foreign Affairs, on the following email address: or Tel: 4283578 prior to Online Application.


The information contained in this advert has been provided to the Foreign Affairs Department by the African Union Commission and should not be construed as being information provided by the Foreign Affairs Department. The Foreign Affairs Department is not liable for any loss that may arise from any decision by the applicant to apply for the above role or from any action taken by the applicant as a result of the information set out in this advert.

International organizations usually keep the Foreign Affairs Department informed of exchanges with applicants. Therefore, for reason of security, applicants are advised to keep the relevant officer at the Foreign Affairs Department in copy of all correspondence with the organization concerned.

In our experience, international organizations will not request for payment of any sorts from applicants.