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3.8
Average Rating
(based on 7 U.S. Fund for UNICEF Review Ratings)

Ratings by Category

Company Culture
3.8
Growth Opportunities
2.9
People You Work With
4.6
Person You Work For
3.9
Rewards You Receive
3.7
Support You Get
3.6
Way You Work
3.8
Work Setting
3.8
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U.S. Fund for UNICEF Employee

"What to expect ….. 1. Talent: You will be in a cesspool of third world, archaic minds that are not just culturally backward or intellectually challenged, but socially and professionally inapt. Basic management or strategic fundamentals are viewed as a threat. 2. Educational Accreditation: A degree acquired or bought from a third world country will have equal weightage to one from an Ivy League university when you compete for jobs. No standardized accreditation process exist in HR. So, buy a doctorate from Africa, and welcome aboard! 3. Nepotism & cultural affiliations: It’s not the right fit for the job, but building a coalition for survival and silos to protect and cover unethical behavior that takes precedence. Director from Addis Ababa will hire his adviser from Addis too. If you advertise for a position as a manager, expect all levels of management to influence (even dictate) your hiring decision. 4. Fraud is systematic: Segregation of duties is in concept only. You can literally pay yourself thousands of dollars over and above your entitlements, unnoticed or your coalition will vial it for you. ERP system is fundamentally & deliberately flawed. There are many cash benefits and every country/office/individual is allowed interpret policy to their self-advantage. Top line management makes the most, then, its trickle-down economics. It’s not viewed as stealing from children’s in need, but sold as admin cost avoidance and providing flexibility. If you are ethical, you will struggle! 5. Duty travel: If your work requires you to travel, Congrats, your salary just got doubled! It is standard practice to make up meetings, self-invite to events and travel with no legitimacy or show related results. Before you travel, avg. of $300-400 PER DAY spending allowance will be credited to you, with no receipts requirements to prove you spent it. You can stay with friends or YMCA, fly business class, downgrade yourself, and pocket the all money. Approximately 250 million"

Person You Work For 3 / 5 People You Work With 5 / 5 Work Setting 1 / 5
Support You Get 1 / 5 Rewards You Receive 5 / 5 Growth Opportunities 2 / 5
Company Culture 2 / 5 Way You Work 1 / 5
External communication specialist

"I volunteered for UNICEF Cambodia for a contract of a little over a month to help them rework and revamp their online content presence along with social media strategy."

Person You Work For 5 / 5 People You Work With 5 / 5 Work Setting 5 / 5
Support You Get 5 / 5 Rewards You Receive 5 / 5 Growth Opportunities 5 / 5
Company Culture 5 / 5 Way You Work 5 / 5

Company-Industry Rating Comparison

3.8
U.S. Fund for UNICEF (7)

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IT Consultant

"I worked there for more than a year I like the place very much."

Person You Work For 4 / 5 People You Work With 4 / 5 Work Setting 4 / 5
Support You Get 4 / 5 Rewards You Receive 4 / 5 Growth Opportunities 4 / 5
Company Culture 4 / 5 Way You Work 4 / 5
Communications Coordinator

What do you like about working at U.S. Fund for UNICEF?

"creativity, opportunity to carry out well strutured projects, involvement of many stakeholders, artists, institutions, challenge of make people aware about difficulties of low income countries"

Do you have any tips for others interviewing with this company?

"Just ot know that is a challengin work with many interesting opportunities but few reqarded and possibility of carreer"

What don't you like about working at U.S. Fund for UNICEF?

"difficult relationships with colleagues, low cooperation, difficult visions between direction and departments"

What suggestions do you have for management?

"give more responsibility to my colaborators, trust the professionality of each heads of departments, respect the different roles and carreers"

Person You Work For 2 / 5 People You Work With 3 / 5 Work Setting 4 / 5
Support You Get 3 / 5 Rewards You Receive 1 / 5 Growth Opportunities 2 / 5
Company Culture 3 / 5 Way You Work 4 / 5
Contracts Manager

What do you like about working at U.S. Fund for UNICEF?

"UNICEF has a great work ethic, working environment and wonderful staff."

Do you have any tips for others interviewing with this company?

"They should be honest and open minded. The working environment is very quiet and laid back."

What don't you like about working at U.S. Fund for UNICEF?

"There is almost no room for growth or moving up."

What suggestions do you have for management?

"They should work on providing better growth opportunities for consultants."

Person You Work For 5 / 5 People You Work With 5 / 5 Work Setting 5 / 5
Support You Get 5 / 5 Rewards You Receive 5 / 5 Growth Opportunities 2 / 5
Company Culture 5 / 5 Way You Work 5 / 5
Volunteer
Person You Work For 4 / 5 People You Work With 4.9 / 5 Work Setting 3 / 5
Support You Get 2.5 / 5 Rewards You Receive 3.2 / 5 Growth Opportunities 2.1 / 5
Company Culture 3 / 5 Way You Work 3.1 / 5
Web Content Specialist
Person You Work For 4 / 5 People You Work With 5 / 5 Work Setting 4.5 / 5
Support You Get 4.7 / 5 Rewards You Receive 3 / 5 Growth Opportunities 3 / 5
Company Culture 4.5 / 5 Way You Work 4.5 / 5

U.S. Fund for UNICEF Reviews FAQs

Is U.S. Fund for UNICEF a good company to work for?

U.S. Fund for UNICEF has an overall rating of 3.8 Average Rating out of 5, based on over 7 U.S. Fund for UNICEF Review Ratings left anonymously by U.S. Fund for UNICEF employees, which is 3% lower than the average rating for all companies on CareerBliss. 100% of employees would recommend working at U.S. Fund for UNICEF.

Does U.S. Fund for UNICEF pay their employees well?

U.S. Fund for UNICEF employees earn $70,000 annually on average, or $34 per hour, which is 6% higher than the national salary average of $66,000 per year. 3 U.S. Fund for UNICEF employees have shared their salaries on CareerBliss. Find U.S. Fund for UNICEF Salaries by Job Title.

How satisfied are employees working a U.S. Fund for UNICEF?

100% of employees would recommend working at U.S. Fund for UNICEF with the overall rating of 3.8 out of 5. Employees also rated U.S. Fund for UNICEF 3.8 out of 5 for Company Culture, 3.7 for Rewards You Receive, 2.9 for Growth Opportunities and 3.6 for support you get.

What is the highest paying job at U.S. Fund for UNICEF?

According to our data, the highest paying job at U.S. Fund for UNICEF is a Senior Project Manager at $161,000 annually. Browse U.S. Fund for UNICEF Salaries by Job Profile.

What is the lowest paying job at U.S. Fund for UNICEF?

According to our data, the lowest paying job at U.S. Fund for UNICEF is a Volunteer at $20,000 annually. Browse U.S. Fund for UNICEF Salaries by Job Profile.

What are the pros and cons of working at U.S. Fund for UNICEF?

According to reviews on CareerBliss, employees commonly rated the pros of working at U.S. Fund for UNICEF to be Company Culture, People You Work With, Person You Work For and Rewards You Receive, and cons to be Growth Opportunities.

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