Public Services International is a global trade union federation representing 20 million working women and men who deliver vital public services in 150 countries. PSI champions human rights, advocates for social justice and promotes universal access to quality public services. PSI works with the United Nations system and in partnership with labour, civil society and other organisations.
15 November 2011
Public Services International brings together more than 20 million workers, represented by 669 unions in 154 countries and territories. We are a global trade union federation dedicated to promoting quality public services in every part of the world. Our members, two-thirds of whom are women, work in social services, health care, municipal and community services, central government, and public utilities such as water and electricity.
Public Services International brings together more than 20 million workers, represented by 669 unions in 154 countries and territories.
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The trade union movement is by far the largest democratic movement in the world. PSI is the acknowledged representative of public sector workers within this movement. We want to join our voice with yours at local level, and to join yours with ours at the international level.
12 January 2012
Below you will find a selection of our most recent job offerings. All PSI jobs advertised on this page require trade union experience.
The PSI regional office for Africa and Arab countries is based in Lomé, Togo. Sub-regional offices are based in Lebanon and South Africa.
PSI's regional office for the Asia and Pacific region is based in Singapore. There are sub-regional offices based in India, Japan and New Zealand.
PSI's regional office for the Inter-americas is currently based in São Paulo, Brazil. Sub-regional offices are also based in Colombia, Costa Rica, Chile, Barbados and the USA.