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International Labour Organization (ILO)


Founded in 1919, the International Labour Organization (ILO) is the United Nations agency that advances social justice and promotes decent work. The ILO's international labour standards are aimed at ensuring accessible, productive, and sustainable work worldwide in conditions of freedom, equity, security and dignity.  ILO currently has 187 member states with around 40 field offices around the world. Its Headquarters is based in Geneva, Switzerland.


The Secretariat is currently advertising  several vacancies in various areas within the ILO and these will remain open until 13 December 2021 at midnight Geneva time (03:00 am on the 14th December, Seychelles time). The Secretariat will only consider applications that have been submitted online, through ILO Jobs website, by the aforementioned deadline. Interested persons should apply via the ILO e-recruitment system by creating an account on the ‘ILO Jobs’ website.

For further information regarding the job descriptions, and how to apply for these positions, interested applicants may consult the two links below:



If you require additional clarification, you may email the ILO on ilojobs@ilo.org

Upon submission of their applications,  applicants are encouraged to notify the Foreign Affairs Department, for record purposes only.


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