Go to the UNESCO employment website.
UNESCO regularly recruits staff to fill vacancies at its headquarters in Paris, as well as, openings in their field offices and various institutes throughout the world. Citizens of the United States are eligible for such positions, and indeed the State Department encourages UNESCO to employ citizens of this country.
UNESCO's employment website provides job listings, as well as information about working for the organization. Special programs are available for
The U.S. National Commission for UNESCO provides some information about opportunities at UNESCO on its website.
Seniot positions for which recruiting is now underway include:
DIRECTOR of the Office and UNESCO Representative to Brazil (closes December 14, 2005)
Director of the International Institute for Capacity-Building in Africa (IICBA)
I would suggest that U.S. citizens interested in applying for such positions inform either the staff of the U.S. National Commission for UNESCO or the staff of the U.S. Mission to UNESCO in Paris. They might be helpful in providing information to the applicants, and in supporting the application.