The Office of Human Resources Management (OHRM) in the Department of Management is pleased to announce a series of recent changes that have been introduced in inspira to enhance the application experience and the evaluation process.
- The application process has been re-organized for a more user-friendly and intuitive experience.
- There are now fewer steps in the application process. For instance, applicants are no longer required to indicate preferences for work areas and duty stations.
- Detailed instructions are provided in the application process, including in the the education and work experience sections.
- Short-term certificates or diplomas can be quickly added as “Training (Non-UN)” in the Skills & Training page.
- In the work experience section, the description of duties and achievements are combined under a single heading where applicants can state the duties and resulting achievements in one place.
Before submitting a new application, we recommend that you ensure the details of your work experience are well-presented in the new format. The updated application format appears slightly different from how information was presented in previously submitted applications.
We hope you enjoy the enhanced inspira experience!
For information on how to apply for a job, go to Application Process page.
- Applications from women candidates are strongly encouraged.
- The United Nations does not charge a fee at any stage of the recruitment process (application, interview meeting, processing, training or any other fees). The United Nations does not concern itself with information on bank accounts.
What is inspira?
Inspira is the UN IT system that was introduced in March 2010 to support Talent Management. Inspira is built on an Oracle PeopleSoft software platform but has been adapted by developers to meet the Organization’s special needs.