• Tasks

    The Neutral Nations Supervisory Commission (NNSC) is the longest running Swiss Armed Forces peacekeeping mission. In 1953, the Federal Council resolved to send approximately 150 Swiss Armed Forces members to Korea. Today five Swiss officers and five Swedish officers are stationed south of the Demarcation Line in Panmunjeom. The main duty of the NNSC is to monitor the armistice agreement, which was signed in 1953. This includes inspection of observation and guard posts as well as weapon positions, or the observation of military exercises in the south, and special investigations into suspected ceasefire violations.

    Area of operations

    • South Korea

    Sought after profiles/functions

    • From application to assignment abroad

      Interested women and men can apply to the SWISSINT Competence Centre for a peace-promoting mission abroad within the framework of the Swiss Armed Forces. We are looking for experts from a wide variety of professions. The basic requirements differ depending on the mission and type of operation.

      Do you have any questions about the selection process or the scope of functions? Feel free to contact us by phone or e-mail.