Currently advertised UN Volunteer opportunities

The war in Ukraine has impacted and displaced millions of people. The United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme is recruiting UN Volunteers to support partners in their emergency response in Ukraine, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Moldova, Poland, Romania and Slovakia.  Check out the advertised volunteer opportunities below and on our Unified Volunteering Platform.

How to apply

To become a volunteer, candidates must register and complete a profile through UNV's Unified Volunteering Platform. Explore how in these interactive or web-based guides, and refer to further available resources, including the Unified Conditions of Service.

National UN Volunteer opportunities



Consultant on New School development (databases/ key recovery projects) in Ukraine, UNDP

Stakeholder Engagement Expert  in Ukraine, UNDP

Legal Specialist (Climate/Environment) in Ukraine, UNDP




Disaster Risk Reduction and Resilience Implementation Expert in Moldova, UNDRR


Procurement Assistant in Moldova, UNDP


Finance Coordinator in Moldova, UNDP




International UN Volunteer opportunities


Refugee UN Volunteer opportunities


Community UN Volunteer opportunities


Benefits and Entitlements


When you become a UN Volunteer, you will receive several types of benefits and allowances. These positions come with the following benefits and allowances:
▪️ Entry Lump Sum Allowance
▪️ Volunteer Living Allowance
▪️ Learning Opportunities
▪️ Annual Leave
▪️ Medical and Life Insurance
▪️ Exit Lump Sum Allowance

The allowances are in no way to be understood as compensation, reward or salary in exchange for your UN Volunteer service. These are considered allowances to ensure the UN Volunteer’s safety, security and sustenance, in line with United Nations standards. 

You can check the Unified Conditions of Service to learn more and use our Entitlement Calculator to calculate the Volunteer Living Allowance for any duty station.