Thursday, March 24, 2016

INL Recruiting for the United Nations

The U.S. Department of State, Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL) is seeking experienced U.S. law enforcement professionals for consideration to be nominated to professional police positions in the United Nations Police Division.

Candidates are endorsed by INL through a formal diplomatic process and, if selected by the UN, are hired directly into the UN human resources system as UN employees on temporary appointments of one to two years.  If selected, officers may serve at headquarters in New York; the Standing Police Capacity facility in Brindisi, Italy; or in a current UN peacekeeping mission around the world.

INL is soliciting candidates for eight (8) positions.  Full position descriptions, with qualifications and requirements are posted at here.

If you are interested in being considered for a position please send an email to with:

    The title of the UN position (Ex. Police Officer P-3).  We will only consider applicants who meet the qualifications and requirements for the position they are applying. If you do not meet the minimum qualifications we cannot consider your application.  Due to UN requirements we cannot consider applicants over the age of 62 or who have been retired for more than five years.
    An attached Resume/CV in Adobe PDF or Microsoft Word format.

We cannot respond to applicant queries and will contact only those applicants that meet the position qualifications and who have been considered among the pool of qualified candidates.”

The deadline to respond is April  8, 2016.

Positions are in PDF format and can be viewed at this link:

posted carolpaterick March 24, 2016