Employment and internships at the World Heritage Centre
UNESCO, a specialized agency of the United Nations, has been pursuing a mission of dialogue and cooperation since it was founded in 1945. It covers four major fields: education, science, culture and communication. Its aim is to build peace in the world through knowledge, social progress, exchange and mutual understanding among peoples.
The World Heritage Centre is part of UNESCO. If you’re interested in working at UNESCO or the World Heritage Centre, you can see what opportunities are available by consulting the Employment section of the UNESCO website, find out how to apply, and learn about the recruitment process.
Candidates interested in applying to vacancies below are asked to specify the post number. Applications without reference to post number will not be considered. For vacancies for G category, only candidates resident in France may apply.
If you would like to find out about internships, see the Interns section of the UNESCO website. Unfortunately, the World Heritage Centre cannot directly accept applications for internships. All applications for internships with the World Heritage Centre must be directed to UNESCO. During the application process at UNESCO, candidates can specify that they would like to work in the World Heritage Centre.