Job Board FAQ's
About WIAN's Job Board
The Women in International Affairs Network hosts one of the most popular job sites for roles and vacancies in the international affairs industry. Whether it's a UN agency, charity, NGO, private sector or not-for-profit organisation, we are the number one destination for job seekers and talented professionals in the international sector. From development to foreign policy, human rights to international trade, consulting to campaigning, WIAN is here to help with our specialised recruitment product to advertise, share and spotlight the most relevant vacancies in the international industry, and connect them to job seekers.
WIAN's audience is sophisticated, intelligent, with a global mindset to find the best opportunities and positions in the field, from entry level positions, internships and fellowships, to the executive suite, leadership and management positions. Posting your job on our site will attract the most qualified candidates and will ensure your vacancy receives maximum exposure.
Please be aware that listed organisations are not affiliated with the Women in International Affairs Network (WIAN). Returned search results, descriptions and links do not act as an official recommendation of employment or services, and any application made is at your discretion. WIAN is not involved in any decision made by an employer/recruiter, and therefore does not guarantee that applications sent will result in candidates being shortlisted/selected for any position.
The designations employed and the presentation/categorisation of countries and regions do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of the WIAN concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or its authorities, or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries.
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