What We Do
UNITAR is the first United Nations entity to establish a presence in the symbolic city of Hiroshima, in response to the desire of its people and authorities to contribute more actively to global peace and development.
UNITAR's mission is to deliver innovative training and conduct research on knowledge systems to develop the capacity of beneficiaries.
The Hiroshima Office has an inherent strength in the areas of post-conflict reconstruction as well as the broader themes of international peace and security. These notions continue to evolve, demanding a comprehensive approach incorporating the ideals of human security including community, economic, environmental, food, health, personal, and political security.
The Hiroshima Office also serves a strategic role for the Institute by supporting its overall activities, and performing liaison functions with regional and national offices of other UN organizations, funds and agencies, diplomatic communities, as well as with partners in the research community and broader public and private sectors.
In addition, it supports the Institute's goal of research on knowledge systems and exploring innovative and modern approaches for high-quality training, with the goal of being a centre of excellence, measured by international standards.
"Building on our experience, we optimize expertise, information, and knowledge-sharing to achieve this mission."
Working with UNITAR Hiroshima
Exciting opportunities to work with the UNITAR Hiroshima Office are posted on this website.
Please ensure to carefully read the job description and to include all requested information. Incomplete applications will not be considered.
Administrative Assistant - Applications close 6 September 2017 - Click here for the position description (PDF, 382KB)