ICMP works with governments, civil society organizations, justice institutions, international organizations and others throughout the world to address the issue of people who have gone missing as a result of armed conflict, human rights abuses, disasters, organized crime, irregular migration and other causes.
As the only international organization that is exclusively tasked to address this issue, ICMP is actively engaged in developing institutions and civil society capacity, promoting legislation, fostering social and political advocacy, and developing and providing technical expertise to locate and identify the missing.
ICMP is an equal opportunity employer fully committed to hiring and retaining a diverse and internationally representative staff.
As an international organization, ICMP is fully committed to hiring and retaining a diverse and internationally representative staff.
Salary, Benefits and Allowances
ICMP is an independent, international organization and is not part of the United Nations system.
Salary, benefits and allowances vary depending on contract type, level of position, length of contract and location.
Positions filled by expatriates are eligible for a benefit package that includes an expatriate premium (foreign living allowance), education grants for dependent children and allowances to assist in defraying costs in moving to and settling into a new country.
ICMP provides a comprehensive social security scheme, including extended health worldwide benefit coverage, emergency evacuation provisions, insurance coverage for catastrophic life events, including life insurance and a generous retirement fund provision.
Note to applicants
ICMP does not and never will ask for money for recruitment related purposes or charge any fees for submitting an application.
ICMP Salary Scales