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ASSOCIATE INFORMATION MANAGEMENT OFFICER [Temporary]
Level : P-2Job ID : 135811Job Network : Information and Telecommunication TechnologyJob Family : Information Management Systems and TechnologyDepartment/Office : United Nations Environment ProgrammeDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 6/2/2020Deadline : 6/17/2020
HUMAN RIGHTS OFFICER [Temporary]
Level : P-4Job ID : 135949Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Human Rights AffairsDepartment/Office : Office of Counter-TerrorismDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 6/2/2020Deadline : 6/15/2020
LOGISTICS OFFICER
Level : P-4Job ID : 136172Job Network : Logistics, Transportation and Supply ChainJob Family : Logistics and Supply ChainDepartment/Office : United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in MaliDuty Station : BAMAKOStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 6/2/2020Deadline : 6/15/2020
Programme Management Assistant [Temporary]
Level : G-5Job ID : 136225Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian AffairsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 6/2/2020Deadline : 6/8/2020
INTERN - PUBLIC INFORMATION [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 136367Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Global CommunicationsDuty Station : VIENNAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 6/2/2020Deadline : 6/15/2020
INTERN - PUBLIC INFORMATION [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 136376Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Office on Drugs and CrimeDuty Station : OTHERStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 6/2/2020Deadline : 6/15/2020
INTERN - ADMINISTRATION [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 136429Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Operational SupportDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 6/2/2020Deadline : 11/28/2020
HUMAN RESOURCES OFFICER
Level : P-3Job ID : 136444Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : Human ResourcesDepartment/Office : United Nations Office at NairobiDuty Station : NAIROBIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 6/2/2020Deadline : 7/16/2020
CIVIL AFFAIRS OFFICER
Level : P-3Job ID : 136451Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Civil AffairsDepartment/Office : United Nations Interim Force in LebanonDuty Station : NAQOURAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 6/2/2020Deadline : 6/8/2020
SECURITY OFFICER
Level : F-6Job ID : 136464Job Network : Internal Security and SafetyJob Family : SecurityDepartment/Office : United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in MaliDuty Station : BAMAKOStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 6/2/2020Deadline : 7/1/2020
INTERN - INFORMATION MANAGEMENT [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 136616Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian AffairsDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 6/2/2020Deadline : 8/31/2020
Intern - Communications and Results Reporting (Multiple Positions) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 136629Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Resident Coordinator SystemDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 6/2/2020Deadline : 5/31/2021
LEGAL OFFICER [Temporary]
Level : P-4Job ID : 136638Job Network : LegalJob Family : Legal AffairsDepartment/Office : Counter-Terrorism Committee Executive DirectorateDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 6/2/2020Deadline : 6/15/2020
CHIEF OF UNIT, HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT (Temporary Job Opening) [Temporary]
Level : P-4Job ID : 128131Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : Human ResourcesDepartment/Office : Regional Service Centre at EntebbeDuty Station : ENTEBBEStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 6/1/2020Deadline : 6/7/2020
SENIOR MEDICAL OFFICER
Level : P-5Job ID : 135371Job Network : ScienceJob Family : MedicalDepartment/Office : United Nations Organisation Stabilization Mission in the Democratic Republic of the CongoDuty Station : GOMAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 6/1/2020Deadline : 6/15/2020
TEAM ASSISTANT (TEMPORARY JOB OPENING) [Temporary]
Level : G-4Job ID : 136110Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : AdministrationDepartment/Office : United Nations Logistic BaseDuty Station : BRINDISIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 6/1/2020Deadline : 6/15/2020
HUMAN RESOURCES ASSISTANT
Level : G-6Job ID : 136264Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : Human ResourcesDepartment/Office : United Nations Interim Force in LebanonDuty Station : NAQOURAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 6/1/2020Deadline : 6/15/2020
Procurement Officer [Temporary]
Level : P-3Job ID : 136417Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : ProcurementDepartment/Office : Department of Operational SupportDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 6/1/2020Deadline : 6/7/2020
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ASSISTANT (ICT Security Engineer) Temporary [Temporary]
Level : G-6Job ID : 136478Job Network : Information and Telecommunication TechnologyJob Family : Information Management Systems and TechnologyDepartment/Office : United Nations Office at ViennaDuty Station : VIENNAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 6/1/2020Deadline : 6/14/2020
INTERN - Political Affairs [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 136502Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Political and Peacebuilding Affairs-Department of Peace Operations-Shared StructureDuty Station : BANGKOKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 6/1/2020Deadline : 7/31/2020
PRINCIPAL HUMAN RIGHTS OFFICER
Level : D-1Job ID : 136518Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Human Rights AffairsDepartment/Office : United Nations Support Mission in LibyaDuty Station : TRIPOLI (LIBYA)Staffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 6/1/2020Deadline : 6/15/2020
Senior Programme Management Officer
Level : P-5Job ID : 136530Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : United Nations Joint Staff Pension Fund – Office of Investment ManagementDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 6/1/2020Deadline : 7/15/2020
Information Systems Officer (Data Analyst)
Level : P-3Job ID : 136534Job Network : Information and Telecommunication TechnologyJob Family : Information Management Systems and TechnologyDepartment/Office : United Nations Joint Staff Pension Fund – Office of Investment ManagementDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 6/1/2020Deadline : 7/15/2020
STATISTICS ASSISTANT [Temporary]
Level : G-4Job ID : 136571Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : StatisticsDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Western AsiaDuty Station : BEIRUTStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 6/1/2020Deadline : 6/14/2020
Administrative Assistant [Temporary]
Level : FS-4Job ID : 136575Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : AdministrationDepartment/Office : United Nations Investigative Team for Accountability of Da’esh/ISILDuty Station : BAGHDADStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 6/1/2020Deadline : 6/30/2020
Associate Information Management Officer (TJO) [Temporary]
Level : P-2Job ID : 136577Job Network : Information and Telecommunication TechnologyJob Family : Information Management Systems and TechnologyDepartment/Office : Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian AffairsDuty Station : N'DJAMENAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 6/1/2020Deadline : 6/14/2020
Information Management Officer (TJO) [Temporary]
Level : P-4Job ID : 136581Job Network : Information and Telecommunication TechnologyJob Family : Information Management Systems and TechnologyDepartment/Office : Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian AffairsDuty Station : MaiduguriStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 6/1/2020Deadline : 6/7/2020
Compliance Officer
Level : P-4Job ID : 136583Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : Investment ManagementDepartment/Office : United Nations Joint Staff Pension Fund – Office of Investment ManagementDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 6/1/2020Deadline : 7/15/2020
Benefits Assistant (Multiple Positions) [Temporary]
Level : G-4Job ID : 136547Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : Pension ManagementDepartment/Office : United Nations Joint Staff Pension Fund - Pension AdministrationDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/30/2020Deadline : 6/6/2020
Child Protection Officer
Level : P-3Job ID : 134632Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Human Rights AffairsDepartment/Office : Office of the Special Representative to the Secretary-General on Violence Against ChildrenDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/29/2020Deadline : 7/12/2020
PROGRAMME MANAGEMENT OFFICER
Level : P-4Job ID : 135304Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : United Nations Environment ProgrammeDuty Station : NAIROBIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/29/2020Deadline : 7/12/2020
LEGAL OFFICER
Level : P-4Job ID : 135601Job Network : LegalJob Family : Legal AffairsDepartment/Office : United Nations Environment ProgrammeDuty Station : NAIROBIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/29/2020Deadline : 7/12/2020
PROGRAMME MANAGEMENT OFFICER (eCommerce)
Level : P-3Job ID : 135718Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : United Nations Conference on Trade and DevelopmentDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/29/2020Deadline : 7/12/2020
SPECIAL ASSISTANT, POLITICAL AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : P-3Job ID : 135725Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Political AffairsDepartment/Office : United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in the Central African RepublicDuty Station : BANGUIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/29/2020Deadline : 6/4/2020
Associate Information Systems Officer (SAP HCM-PY-OM)
Level : P-2Job ID : 136016Job Network : Information and Telecommunication TechnologyJob Family : Information Management Systems and TechnologyDepartment/Office : Department of Management Strategy, Policy and Compliance Enterprise Resource Planning ProjectDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/29/2020Deadline : 7/12/2020
PROGRAMME MANAGEMENT OFFICER
Level : P-4Job ID : 136064Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : Economic Commission for AfricaDuty Station : ADDIS ABABAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/29/2020Deadline : 7/12/2020
Team Assistant
Level : G-4Job ID : 136187Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : AdministrationDepartment/Office : Department of Operational SupportDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/29/2020Deadline : 6/27/2020
Team Assistant
Level : G-4Job ID : 136227Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : AdministrationDepartment/Office : United Nations Office on Drugs and CrimeDuty Station : VIENNAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/29/2020Deadline : 6/27/2020
INTERN - PUBLIC INFORMATION [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 136288Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Global CommunicationsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/29/2020Deadline : 12/31/2020
INTERN - PUBLIC INFORMATION [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 136291Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Global CommunicationsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/29/2020Deadline : 12/31/2020
Information Management Officer
Level : P-3Job ID : 136335Job Network : Information and Telecommunication TechnologyJob Family : Information Management Systems and TechnologyDepartment/Office : Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian AffairsDuty Station : KHARTOUMStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/29/2020Deadline : 6/27/2020
Humanitarian Affairs Officer / Pooled Fund Manager [Filled from Roster]
Level : P-3Job ID : 136336Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Humanitarian AffairsDepartment/Office : Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian AffairsDuty Station : KHARTOUMStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/29/2020Deadline : 6/27/2020
Humanitarian Affairs Officer [Filled from Roster]
Level : P-4Job ID : 136337Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Humanitarian AffairsDepartment/Office : Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian AffairsDuty Station : EL FASHERStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/29/2020Deadline : 6/27/2020
INFORMATION ANALYST, POLITICAL AFFAIRS
Level : P-3Job ID : 136406Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Political AffairsDepartment/Office : United Nations Mission in the Republic of South SudanDuty Station : JUBAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/29/2020Deadline : 6/27/2020
Administrative Officer [Temporary]
Level : P-3Job ID : 136505Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : AdministrationDepartment/Office : Office of the Special Adviser to the Secretary-General on YemenDuty Station : ADENStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/29/2020Deadline : 6/4/2020
Development Coordination Officer, Economist (China)
Level : P-4Job ID : 136538Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Sustainable DevelopmentDepartment/Office : Resident Coordinator SystemDuty Station : BEIJINGStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/29/2020Deadline : 6/11/2020
Human Resources Assistant (Temporary Job Opening) [Temporary]
Level : G-6Job ID : 136542Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : Human ResourcesDepartment/Office : Resident Coordinator SystemDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/29/2020Deadline : 6/11/2020
Programme Officer
Level : P-4Job ID : 135228Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Drug Control and Crime PreventionDepartment/Office : United Nations Office on Drugs and CrimeDuty Station : VIENNAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/28/2020Deadline : 6/26/2020
Senior Humanitarian Affairs Officer/Civil Military Coordination [Temporary]
Level : P-5Job ID : 135922Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Humanitarian AffairsDepartment/Office : Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian AffairsDuty Station : ISTANBULStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/28/2020Deadline : 6/10/2020
Finance and Administrative Officer
Level : P-3Job ID : 135991Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : AdministrationDepartment/Office : United Nations Office on Drugs and CrimeDuty Station : NAIROBIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/28/2020Deadline : 7/11/2020
Intern - Statistics and Data Science [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 136035Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Western AsiaDuty Station : BEIRUTStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/28/2020Deadline : 12/31/2020
Economic Affairs Officer [Temporary]
Level : P-4Job ID : 136180Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Economic Affairs (and Sustainable Development)Department/Office : Department of Economic and Social AffairsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/28/2020Deadline : 6/4/2020
Intern - Political Affairs [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 136226Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office of the SRSG for Children and Armed ConflictDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/28/2020Deadline : 6/4/2020
POLITICAL AFFAIRS OFFICER [Temporary]
Level : P-4Job ID : 136256Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Political AffairsDepartment/Office : United Nations Interim Force in LebanonDuty Station : NAQOURAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/28/2020Deadline : 6/3/2020
Intern - Civil Engineering/Architecture [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 136385Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Western AsiaDuty Station : BEIRUTStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/28/2020Deadline : 12/31/2020
SENIOR COORDINATION OFFICER [Temporary]
Level : P-5Job ID : 136393Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : Office of the United Nations Special Coordinator for LebanonDuty Station : BEIRUTStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/28/2020Deadline : 6/11/2020
INTERN - ECONOMIC AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 136458Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Economic and Social AffairsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/28/2020Deadline : 6/11/2020
DEVELOPMENT COORDINATION OFFICER, PARTNERSHIPS AND DEVELOPMENT FINANCE
Level : P-4Job ID : 136482Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Sustainable DevelopmentDepartment/Office : Resident Coordinator SystemDuty Station : ABUJAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/28/2020Deadline : 6/10/2020
Information Systems Officer
Level : P-3Job ID : 136485Job Network : Information and Telecommunication TechnologyJob Family : Information Management Systems and TechnologyDepartment/Office : United Nations Joint Staff Pension Fund – Office of Investment ManagementDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/28/2020Deadline : 7/11/2020
SENIOR DEVELOPMENT COORDINATION OFFICER, STRATEGIC PLANNING AND RCO TEAM LEADER
Level : P-5Job ID : 136492Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Sustainable DevelopmentDepartment/Office : Resident Coordinator SystemDuty Station : OUAGADOUGOUStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/28/2020Deadline : 6/3/2020
Chief Security Adviser
Level : P-5Job ID : 135719Job Network : Internal Security and SafetyJob Family : SecurityDepartment/Office : Department of Safety and SecurityDuty Station : AMMANStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/27/2020Deadline : 6/10/2020
SECURITY COORDINATION OFFICER, P3
Level : P-3Job ID : 135750Job Network : Internal Security and SafetyJob Family : SecurityDepartment/Office : INDEPENDENT INVESTIGATIVE MECHANISM FOR MYANMARDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/27/2020Deadline : 7/10/2020
SENIOR PROGRAMME MANAGEMENT OFFICER
Level : P-5Job ID : 135752Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : United Nations Environment ProgrammeDuty Station : NAIROBIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/27/2020Deadline : 7/10/2020
ECONOMIC AFFAIRS OFFICER (eCommerce)
Level : P-3Job ID : 135872Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Economic Affairs (and Sustainable Development)Department/Office : United Nations Conference on Trade and DevelopmentDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/27/2020Deadline : 7/10/2020
REQUISITIONS OFFICER
Level : F-6Job ID : 136259Job Network : Logistics, Transportation and Supply ChainJob Family : Logistics and Supply ChainDepartment/Office : United Nations Mission in the Republic of South SudanDuty Station : JUBAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/27/2020Deadline : 6/10/2020
CONTINGENT OWNED EQUIPMENT OFFICER
Level : P-3Job ID : 136261Job Network : Logistics, Transportation and Supply ChainJob Family : Property and Asset ManagementDepartment/Office : United Nations Mission in the Republic of South SudanDuty Station : JubaStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/27/2020Deadline : 6/10/2020
INTERN - Global Communications [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 136276Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Global CommunicationsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/27/2020Deadline : 10/31/2020
Head of Office, Humanitarian Affairs [Temporary]
Level : D-1Job ID : 136416Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Humanitarian AffairsDepartment/Office : Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian AffairsDuty Station : JubaStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/27/2020Deadline : 6/10/2020
PUBLIC INFORMATION ASSISTANT
Level : G-6Job ID : 135618Job Network : Public Information and Conference ManagementJob Family : Public InformationDepartment/Office : United Nations Peacekeeping Force in CyprusDuty Station : NICOSIAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/26/2020Deadline : 6/9/2020
PUBLIC INFORMATION ASSISTANT [Temporary]
Level : G-5Job ID : 135697Job Network : Public Information and Conference ManagementJob Family : Public InformationDepartment/Office : United Nations Office for Disaster Risk ReductionDuty Station : BONNStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/26/2020Deadline : 6/8/2020
INFORMATION SYSTEMS OFFICER (TEMPORARY JOB OPENING) [Temporary]
Level : P-3Job ID : 136212Job Network : Information and Telecommunication TechnologyJob Family : Information Management Systems and TechnologyDepartment/Office : United Nations Conference on Trade and DevelopmentDuty Station : NOUMEAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/26/2020Deadline : 6/9/2020
AIR OPERATIONS ASSISTANT
Level : F-5Job ID : 136029Job Network : Logistics, Transportation and Supply ChainJob Family : TransportationDepartment/Office : United Nations Interim Security Force for AbyeiDuty Station : ABYEIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/25/2020Deadline : 6/8/2020
CHIEF OF UNIT, INFORMATION SYSTEMS
Level : P-4Job ID : 136287Job Network : Information and Telecommunication TechnologyJob Family : Information Management Systems and TechnologyDepartment/Office : United Nations Verification Mission in ColombiaDuty Station : BOGOTAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/25/2020Deadline : 6/23/2020
LEGAL OFFICER
Level : P-4Job ID : 136220Job Network : LegalJob Family : Legal AffairsDepartment/Office : United Nations Mission in the Republic of South SudanDuty Station : JUBAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/24/2020Deadline : 6/7/2020
Special Assistant, Political Affairs
Level : P-4Job ID : 136269Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Political AffairsDepartment/Office : United Nations Support Mission in LibyaDuty Station : TRIPOLI (LIBYA)Staffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/24/2020Deadline : 6/7/2020
HUMAN RESOURCES OFFICER
Level : P-3Job ID : 136289Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : Human ResourcesDepartment/Office : United Nations Verification Mission in ColombiaDuty Station : BOGOTAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/23/2020Deadline : 6/21/2020
PROGRAMME MANAGEMENT OFFICER
Level : P-3Job ID : 135030Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : United Nations Environment ProgrammeDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/22/2020Deadline : 7/5/2020
Associate Programme Management Officer
Level : P-2Job ID : 135515Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : United Nations Environment ProgrammeDuty Station : VIENNAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/22/2020Deadline : 7/5/2020
Information Management Officer
Level : P-4Job ID : 135658Job Network : Information and Telecommunication TechnologyJob Family : Information Management Systems and TechnologyDepartment/Office : Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian AffairsDuty Station : ERBILStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/22/2020Deadline : 6/20/2020
Political Affairs Officer (Temporary Job Opening) [Temporary]
Level : P-3Job ID : 135673Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Political AffairsDepartment/Office : Department of Political Affairs and Peace-buildingDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/22/2020Deadline : 6/5/2020
DEPUTY CHIEF SECURITY OFFICER
Level : P-4Job ID : 135918Job Network : Internal Security and SafetyJob Family : SecurityDepartment/Office : United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in the Central African RepublicDuty Station : BANGUIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/22/2020Deadline : 6/5/2020
PROGRAMME MANAGEMENT OFFICER [Temporary]
Level : P-4Job ID : 136156Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : United Nations Environment ProgrammeDuty Station : NAIROBIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/22/2020Deadline : 6/4/2020
ENGINEER
Level : P-3Job ID : 136167Job Network : Logistics, Transportation and Supply ChainJob Family : EngineeringDepartment/Office : United Nations Mission for the Referendum in Western SaharaDuty Station : LAAYOUNEStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/22/2020Deadline : 6/4/2020
INTERN - PROGRAMME MANAGEMENT (United Nations Office of Counter-Terrorism) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 136243Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office of Counter-TerrorismDuty Station : MULTIPLE DUTY STATIONSStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/22/2020Deadline : 7/30/2020
Intern - Public Information [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 135363Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic Commission for AfricaDuty Station : ADDIS ABABAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/21/2020Deadline : 6/9/2020
INFORMATION ANALYST, POLITICAL AFFAIRS
Level : P-4Job ID : 135382Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Political AffairsDepartment/Office : United Nations Organisation Stabilization Mission in the Democratic Republic of the CongoDuty Station : GOMAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/21/2020Deadline : 6/4/2020
ACQUISITION PLANNING OFFICER
Level : P-3Job ID : 135475Job Network : Logistics, Transportation and Supply ChainJob Family : Logistics and Supply ChainDepartment/Office : United Nations Organisation Stabilization Mission in the Democratic Republic of the CongoDuty Station : GOMAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/21/2020Deadline : 6/4/2020
INTERN -Support for the implementation of the New Urban Agenda in Spain [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 136102Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Human Settlements ProgrammeDuty Station : MADRIDStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/21/2020Deadline : 6/4/2020
CHILD PROTECTION OFFICER
Level : P-3Job ID : 136160Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Human Rights AffairsDepartment/Office : United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in MaliDuty Station : MOPTIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/21/2020Deadline : 6/10/2020
LOGISTICS OFFICER
Level : P-3Job ID : 136163Job Network : Logistics, Transportation and Supply ChainJob Family : Logistics and Supply ChainDepartment/Office : United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in MaliDuty Station : GAOStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/21/2020Deadline : 6/4/2020
Human Resources Officer [Temporary]
Level : P-3Job ID : 136202Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : Human ResourcesDepartment/Office : United Nations Joint Staff Pension Fund - Pension AdministrationDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/21/2020Deadline : 6/6/2020
PROGRAMME OFFICER
Level : P-3Job ID : 135153Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : Economic Commission for Latin America and the CaribbeanDuty Station : SANTIAGOStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/20/2020Deadline : 7/3/2020
LOGISTICS ASSISTANT
Level : F-5Job ID : 135258Job Network : Logistics, Transportation and Supply ChainJob Family : Logistics and Supply ChainDepartment/Office : United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in the Central African RepublicDuty Station : BANGUIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/20/2020Deadline : 6/3/2020
Director, Specialized Operational Support
Level : D-2Job ID : 135328Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : AdministrationDepartment/Office : Department of Safety and SecurityDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/20/2020Deadline : 7/3/2020
Chief of Branch
Level : D-1Job ID : 135694Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Human Rights AffairsDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/20/2020Deadline : 6/3/2020
INTERN - DATA AND INFORMATION MANAGEMENT RESEARCH [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 135727Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office of Information and Communications TechnologyDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/20/2020Deadline : 11/29/2020
Senior Disarmament, Demobilization and Reintegration Officer, P5
Level : P-5Job ID : 135772Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Security InstitutionsDepartment/Office : Field MissionsDuty Station : Field LocationsStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/20/2020Deadline : 7/3/2020
Humanitarian Affairs Officer
Level : P-4Job ID : 135823Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Humanitarian AffairsDepartment/Office : Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian AffairsDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/20/2020Deadline : 6/18/2020
Legal Officer
Level : P-3Job ID : 136026Job Network : LegalJob Family : Legal AffairsDepartment/Office : United Nations Assistance to the Khmer Rouge TrialsDuty Station : PHNOM-PENHStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/20/2020Deadline : 6/18/2020
ASSOCIATE INFORMATION SYSTEMS OFFICER
Level : P-2Job ID : 133944Job Network : Information and Telecommunication TechnologyJob Family : Information Management Systems and TechnologyDepartment/Office : United Nations Environment ProgrammeDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/19/2020Deadline : 7/2/2020
Chief Payroll and Disbursement Unit (Chief Finance Officer)
Level : P-3Job ID : 134024Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : FinanceDepartment/Office : Economic Commission for AfricaDuty Station : ADDIS ABABAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/19/2020Deadline : 7/2/2020
ANALYST
Level : P-4Job ID : 135038Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Political AffairsDepartment/Office : Office of the IIIM-SYRIADuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/19/2020Deadline : 6/17/2020
INVESTIGATOR (SGBV)
Level : P-3Job ID : 135562Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : InvestigationDepartment/Office : INDEPENDENT INVESTIGATIVE MECHANISM FOR MYANMARDuty Station : OTHERStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/19/2020Deadline : 7/2/2020
CHIEF OF SERVICE, DISARMAMENT, DEMOBILIZATION AND REINTEGRATION, D1
Level : D-1Job ID : 135777Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Security InstitutionsDepartment/Office : Field MissionsDuty Station : Field LocationsStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/19/2020Deadline : 7/2/2020
INTERN - INFORMATION SYSTEMS & COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 135931Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic Commission for EuropeDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/19/2020Deadline : 6/8/2020
PROGRAMME MANAGEMENT OFFICER (Special Assistant)
Level : P-4Job ID : 136013Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : Department of Safety and SecurityDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/19/2020Deadline : 7/2/2020
INTERN - POLITICAL AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 136040Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Office at GenevaDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/19/2020Deadline : 6/18/2020
SECURITY OFFICER
Level : F-6Job ID : 136093Job Network : Internal Security and SafetyJob Family : SecurityDepartment/Office : United Nations Office in Central AfricaDuty Station : LIBREVILLEStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/19/2020Deadline : 7/2/2020
Risk Assistant [Cancelled]
Level : G-6Job ID : 136113Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : FinanceDepartment/Office : United Nations Joint Staff Pension Fund – Office of Investment ManagementDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/19/2020Deadline : 6/17/2020
PROGRAMME MANAGEMENT OFFICER
Level : P-4Job ID : 134566Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : United Nations Environment ProgrammeDuty Station : NAIROBIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/18/2020Deadline : 7/1/2020
Director, Division of Conference Management
Level : D-2Job ID : 135946Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : AdministrationDepartment/Office : United Nations Office at GenevaDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/18/2020Deadline : 7/1/2020
Finance Officer [Filled from Roster]
Level : P-4Job ID : 132284Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : FinanceDepartment/Office : Department of Operational SupportDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/15/2020Deadline : 6/28/2020
Administrative Assistant
Level : G-5Job ID : 135477Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : AdministrationDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : BEIRUTStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/15/2020Deadline : 6/13/2020
HEAD OF THE UNITED NATIONS OFFICE FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
Level : D-1Job ID : 135586Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Economic Affairs (and Sustainable Development)Department/Office : Department of Economic and Social AffairsDuty Station : INCHEON CITYStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/15/2020Deadline : 6/13/2020
Finance and Budget Officer
Level : P-3Job ID : 135790Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : FinanceDepartment/Office : Human Security UnitDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/15/2020Deadline : 6/28/2020
Legal Officer
Level : P-3Job ID : 135846Job Network : LegalJob Family : Legal AffairsDepartment/Office : United Nations Assistance to the Khmer Rouge TrialsDuty Station : PHNOM-PENHStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/15/2020Deadline : 6/13/2020
Senior Humanitarian Affairs Officer [Filled from Roster]
Level : P-5Job ID : 135902Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Humanitarian AffairsDepartment/Office : Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian AffairsDuty Station : BAGHDADStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/15/2020Deadline : 6/13/2020
INTERN - ECONOMIC AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 135917Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : BANGKOKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/15/2020Deadline : 11/13/2020
Associate Programme Management Officer
Level : P-2Job ID : 135222Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : United Nations Office for Disaster Risk ReductionDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/14/2020Deadline : 6/27/2020
Programme Management Assistant
Level : G-5Job ID : 135240Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : United Nations Environment ProgrammeDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/14/2020Deadline : 6/12/2020
Human Rights Officer
Level : P-4Job ID : 135296Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Human Rights AffairsDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : RIYADHStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/14/2020Deadline : 6/12/2020
Human Rights Officer (2 Posts)
Level : P-4Job ID : 135416Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Human Rights AffairsDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : KHARTOUMStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/14/2020Deadline : 6/27/2020
Human Rights Officer (2 Posts)
Level : P-3Job ID : 135449Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Human Rights AffairsDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : KHARTOUMStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/14/2020Deadline : 6/27/2020
Administrative Assistant
Level : G-6Job ID : 135724Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : AdministrationDepartment/Office : Department of Operational SupportDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/14/2020Deadline : 6/12/2020
INTERN - ADMINISTRATION [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 135754Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Office at ViennaDuty Station : VIENNAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/14/2020Deadline : 6/3/2020
Programme Assistant
Level : G-5Job ID : 135943Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : United Nations Office on Drugs and CrimeDuty Station : VIENNAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/14/2020Deadline : 6/12/2020
INTERN - PUBLIC INFORMATION [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 128510Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian AffairsDuty Station : TUNISStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/13/2020Deadline : 6/9/2020
HUMAN RESOURCES OFFICER [Cancelled]
Level : P-3Job ID : 134117Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : Human ResourcesDepartment/Office : United Nations Verification Mission in ColombiaDuty Station : BOGOTAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/13/2020Deadline : 6/11/2020
Principal Legal Officer
Level : D-1Job ID : 134884Job Network : LegalJob Family : Legal AffairsDepartment/Office : United Nations Environment ProgrammeDuty Station : NAIROBIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/13/2020Deadline : 6/11/2020
Procurement Assistant
Level : G-5Job ID : 134985Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : ProcurementDepartment/Office : Office of Information and Communications TechnologyDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/13/2020Deadline : 6/11/2020
ACQUISITION PLANNING OFFICER
Level : P-4Job ID : 135061Job Network : Logistics, Transportation and Supply ChainJob Family : Logistics and Supply ChainDepartment/Office : United Nations Interim Security Force for AbyeiDuty Station : ABYEIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/13/2020Deadline : 6/11/2020
Associate Programme Management Officer, Human Settlements
Level : P-2Job ID : 135264Job Network : Logistics, Transportation and Supply ChainJob Family : Human SettlementsDepartment/Office : United Nations Human Settlements ProgrammeDuty Station : NAIROBIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/13/2020Deadline : 6/26/2020
Senior Economic Affairs Officer
Level : P-5Job ID : 135565Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Economic Affairs (and Sustainable Development)Department/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : SUVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/13/2020Deadline : 6/26/2020
Chief, Information Technology Service
Level : D-1Job ID : 135624Job Network : Information and Telecommunication TechnologyJob Family : Information Management Systems and TechnologyDepartment/Office : United Nations Office at ViennaDuty Station : VIENNAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/13/2020Deadline : 6/26/2020
SECURITY OFFICER
Level : FS-4Job ID : 135730Job Network : Internal Security and SafetyJob Family : SecurityDepartment/Office : United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in MaliDuty Station : MULTIPLE DUTY STATIONSStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/13/2020Deadline : 6/11/2020
Human Rights Officer
Level : P-3Job ID : 135753Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Human Rights AffairsDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/13/2020Deadline : 6/26/2020
FINANCE AND BUDGET ASSISTANT
Level : G-6Job ID : 135018Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : FinanceDepartment/Office : United Nations Environment ProgrammeDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/12/2020Deadline : 6/10/2020
ASSOCIATE HUMAN RIGHTS OFFICER
Level : P-2Job ID : 135309Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Human Rights AffairsDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/12/2020Deadline : 6/25/2020
HUMANITARIAN AFFAIRS OFFICER [Filled from Roster]
Level : P-3Job ID : 135377Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Humanitarian AffairsDepartment/Office : Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian AffairsDuty Station : ERBILStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/12/2020Deadline : 6/10/2020
PROPERTY MANAGEMENT ASSISTANT
Level : G-4Job ID : 135380Job Network : Logistics, Transportation and Supply ChainJob Family : Property and Asset ManagementDepartment/Office : United Nations Logistic BaseDuty Station : BRINDISIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/12/2020Deadline : 6/10/2020
REPRESENTATIVE, HUMAN RIGHTS
Level : D-1Job ID : 135500Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Human Rights AffairsDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : KHARTOUMStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/12/2020Deadline : 6/10/2020
Human Rights Officer, Rapid Investigation Team
Level : P-4Job ID : 135629Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Human Rights AffairsDepartment/Office : United Nations Mission in the Republic of South SudanDuty Station : JUBAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/12/2020Deadline : 6/10/2020
Statistics Assistant
Level : G-5Job ID : 135713Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : StatisticsDepartment/Office : United Nations Office on Drugs and CrimeDuty Station : VIENNAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/12/2020Deadline : 6/10/2020
PROTOCOL ASSISTANT (three posts)
Level : G-4Job ID : 134978Job Network : Public Information and Conference ManagementJob Family : ProtocolDepartment/Office : United Nations Office at NairobiDuty Station : NAIROBIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/11/2020Deadline : 6/9/2020
Senior Human Rights Officer
Level : P-5Job ID : 135114Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Human Rights AffairsDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/11/2020Deadline : 6/24/2020
Programme Assistant
Level : G-5Job ID : 135347Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : Economic Commission for Latin America and the CaribbeanDuty Station : SANTIAGOStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/11/2020Deadline : 6/9/2020
Programme Management Assistant
Level : G-5Job ID : 135169Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/8/2020Deadline : 6/6/2020
ASSOCIATE SECURITY COORDINATION OFFICER
Level : P-2Job ID : 135306Job Network : Internal Security and SafetyJob Family : SecurityDepartment/Office : United Nations Mission in the Republic of South SudanDuty Station : MULTIPLE DUTY STATIONSStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/8/2020Deadline : 6/6/2020
Senior Human Resources Officer
Level : P-5Job ID : 135466Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : Human ResourcesDepartment/Office : Department of Operational SupportDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/8/2020Deadline : 6/21/2020
Humanitarian Affairs Officer
Level : P-3Job ID : 135560Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Humanitarian AffairsDepartment/Office : Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian AffairsDuty Station : SANA'AStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/8/2020Deadline : 6/6/2020
Programme Management Assistant
Level : G-5Job ID : 135575Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : Economic Commission for EuropeDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/8/2020Deadline : 6/6/2020
SENIOR BORDER MONITOR
Level : P-5Job ID : 135631Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Rule of LawDepartment/Office : United Nations Support Mission in LibyaDuty Station : TRIPOLI (LIBYA)Staffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/8/2020Deadline : 6/6/2020
INTERN - PUBLIC INFORMATION [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 133966Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Peace OperationsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/7/2020Deadline : 8/31/2020
Programme Management Assistant
Level : G-6Job ID : 134005Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : Department of Political Affairs and Peace-buildingDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/7/2020Deadline : 6/5/2020
National Information Management Officer
Level : NO-3Job ID : 134524Job Network : Information and Telecommunication TechnologyJob Family : Information Management Systems and TechnologyDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : BANGKOKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/7/2020Deadline : 6/5/2020
Programme Officer (Trafficking in Persons/Smuggling of Migrants)
Level : P-4Job ID : 135026Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Drug Control and Crime PreventionDepartment/Office : United Nations Office on Drugs and CrimeDuty Station : BANGKOKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/7/2020Deadline : 6/5/2020
Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice Officer (Firearms Control Expert – Legal)
Level : P-3Job ID : 135421Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Drug Control and Crime PreventionDepartment/Office : United Nations Office on Drugs and CrimeDuty Station : VIENNAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/7/2020Deadline : 6/5/2020
Human Resources Assistant [Filled from Roster]
Level : G-6Job ID : 135597Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : Human ResourcesDepartment/Office : Department of Economic and Social AffairsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/7/2020Deadline : 6/5/2020
Public Information Officer
Level : P-4Job ID : 135609Job Network : Public Information and Conference ManagementJob Family : Public InformationDepartment/Office : United Nations Mission in the Republic of South SudanDuty Station : JUBAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/7/2020Deadline : 6/5/2020
SENIOR FACILITIES MANAGEMENT ASSISTANT
Level : G-7Job ID : 129649Job Network : Logistics, Transportation and Supply ChainJob Family : Facilities ManagementDepartment/Office : Economic Commission for AfricaDuty Station : ADDIS ABABAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/6/2020Deadline : 6/4/2020
INTERN - INFORMATION MANAGEMENT (Data/business analysis and Visualization) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 133296Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Political and Peacebuilding Affairs-Department of Peace Operations-Shared StructureDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/6/2020Deadline : 6/12/2020
STAFF ASSISTANT
Level : G-5Job ID : 134558Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : AdministrationDepartment/Office : Economic Commission for AfricaDuty Station : ADDIS ABABAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/6/2020Deadline : 6/4/2020
Human Rights Officer
Level : P-4Job ID : 134928Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Human Rights AffairsDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : BEIRUTStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/6/2020Deadline : 6/4/2020
Senior Library Assistant
Level : G-7Job ID : 135141Job Network : Public Information and Conference ManagementJob Family : Documentation and Information ManagementDepartment/Office : Economic Commission for Latin America and the CaribbeanDuty Station : SANTIAGOStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/6/2020Deadline : 6/4/2020
Senior Investment Officer
Level : P-5Job ID : 135476Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : Investment ManagementDepartment/Office : United Nations Joint Staff Pension Fund – Office of Investment ManagementDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/6/2020Deadline : 6/19/2020
Senior Risk Assistant
Level : G-7Job ID : 135638Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : Investment ManagementDepartment/Office : United Nations Joint Staff Pension Fund – Office of Investment ManagementDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/6/2020Deadline : 6/4/2020
INTERN - POLITICAL AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 135639Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Political and Peacebuilding Affairs-Department of Peace Operations-Shared StructureDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/6/2020Deadline : 6/12/2020
MEETINGS SERVICES ASSISTANT
Level : G-6Job ID : 132010Job Network : Public Information and Conference ManagementJob Family : Conference ServicesDepartment/Office : Department of Political Affairs and Peace-buildingDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/5/2020Deadline : 6/4/2020
Associate Programme Management Officer (Project Post)
Level : P-2Job ID : 133075Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : United Nations Environment ProgrammeDuty Station : NAIROBIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/5/2020Deadline : 6/3/2020
PROGRAMME MANAGEMENT OFFICER
Level : P-4Job ID : 134590Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : United Nations Environment ProgrammeDuty Station : BANGKOKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/5/2020Deadline : 6/18/2020
INTERN - Public Information (Communication Design/Training) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 134846Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Management Strategy, Policy and Compliance Enterprise Resource Planning ProjectDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/5/2020Deadline : 6/3/2020
FINANCE AND BUDGET OFFICER
Level : P-4Job ID : 134929Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : FinanceDepartment/Office : United Nations Institute for Disarmament ResearchDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/5/2020Deadline : 6/3/2020
Human Rights Officer
Level : P-4Job ID : 135024Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Human Rights AffairsDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/5/2020Deadline : 6/18/2020
INFORMATION OFFICER - Internal Communication Specialist
Level : P-3Job ID : 135111Job Network : Public Information and Conference ManagementJob Family : Public InformationDepartment/Office : United Nations Environment ProgrammeDuty Station : NAIROBIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/5/2020Deadline : 6/18/2020
CHIEF OF UNIT, OFFICE SPACE AND ASSETS
Level : P-4Job ID : 135125Job Network : Logistics, Transportation and Supply ChainJob Family : Property and Asset ManagementDepartment/Office : United Nations Mission in the Republic of South SudanDuty Station : JubaStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/5/2020Deadline : 6/3/2020
Human Resources Officer
Level : P-4Job ID : 135241Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : Human ResourcesDepartment/Office : Department of Operational SupportDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/5/2020Deadline : 6/18/2020
SENIOR HUMAN RIGHTS ADVISER
Level : P-5Job ID : 135447Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Human Rights AffairsDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : BUJUMBURAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/5/2020Deadline : 6/3/2020
INTERN - INFORMATION SYSTEMS & COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 135506Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : BEIJINGStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/5/2020Deadline : 10/31/2020
INTERN - ADMINISTRATION [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 135510Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : BEIJINGStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/5/2020Deadline : 10/31/2020
INFORMATION SYSTEMS OFFICER
Level : P-4Job ID : 134403Job Network : Information and Telecommunication TechnologyJob Family : Information Management Systems and TechnologyDepartment/Office : United Nations Environment ProgrammeDuty Station : MONTREALStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/4/2020Deadline : 6/17/2020
ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
Level : P-4Job ID : 134723Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : AdministrationDepartment/Office : United Nations Environment ProgrammeDuty Station : NAIROBIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/4/2020Deadline : 6/17/2020
Associate Human Rights Officer
Level : P-2Job ID : 134908Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Human Rights AffairsDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/4/2020Deadline : 6/17/2020
SENIOR HUMAN RIGHTS OFFICER
Level : P-5Job ID : 134916Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Human Rights AffairsDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/4/2020Deadline : 6/17/2020
INTERN - LEGAL AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 135066Job Network : LegalJob Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : International Residual Mechanism for Criminal TribunalsDuty Station : ARUSHAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/4/2020Deadline : 5/3/2021
Senior Social Affairs Officer
Level : P-5Job ID : 135473Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Social AffairsDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Western AsiaDuty Station : BEIRUTStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/4/2020Deadline : 6/9/2020
INTERN - ECONOMIC AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 135488Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : BEIJINGStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/4/2020Deadline : 10/31/2020
Internship - Programme Management (Regional) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 135538Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : ADDIS ABABAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/4/2020Deadline : 5/1/2021
INTERN - ECONOMIC AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 135117Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : BANGKOKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/3/2020Deadline : 10/31/2020
Internship - Human Rights (Regional) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 133085Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : SANTIAGOStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/1/2020Deadline : 4/28/2021
Internship-Human Rights (Regional) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129621Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : BANGKOKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 4/30/2020Deadline : 4/27/2021
Internship - Public Information (Media and Public Positioning) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 133519Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 4/30/2020Deadline : 4/27/2021
Economic Affairs Officer
Level : P-3Job ID : 134022Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Economic Affairs (and Sustainable Development)Department/Office : Economic Commission for AfricaDuty Station : YAOUNDEStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 4/30/2020Deadline : 6/13/2020
Information Systems Officer
Level : P-4Job ID : 134450Job Network : Information and Telecommunication TechnologyJob Family : Information Management Systems and TechnologyDepartment/Office : Office of Information and Communications TechnologyDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 4/30/2020Deadline : 6/13/2020
Political Affairs Officer
Level : P-4Job ID : 134756Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Political AffairsDepartment/Office : Department of Political Affairs and Peace-buildingDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 4/30/2020Deadline : 6/14/2020
HUMAN RIGHTS OFFICER
Level : P-3Job ID : 134980Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Human Rights AffairsDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 4/30/2020Deadline : 6/13/2020
HUMAN RIGHTS OFFICER
Level : P-4Job ID : 135003Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Human Rights AffairsDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 4/30/2020Deadline : 6/13/2020
Information Systems Officer
Level : P-3Job ID : 134416Job Network : Information and Telecommunication TechnologyJob Family : Information Management Systems and TechnologyDepartment/Office : Office of Information and Communications TechnologyDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 4/29/2020Deadline : 6/12/2020
PROGRAMME MANAGEMENT OFFICER
Level : P-4Job ID : 134646Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : United Nations Environment ProgrammeDuty Station : NAIROBIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 4/29/2020Deadline : 6/12/2020
SENIOR PROGRAMME MANAGEMENT OFFICER
Level : P-5Job ID : 135162Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : United Nations Environment ProgrammeDuty Station : NAIROBIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 4/29/2020Deadline : 6/12/2020
Intern - Development Coordination (multiple positions) (Kuwait) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 135345Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Resident Coordinator SystemDuty Station : KUWAITStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 4/29/2020Deadline : 4/27/2021
DIRECTOR, PROGRAMME MANAGEMENT
Level : D-2Job ID : 134534Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : United Nations Environment ProgrammeDuty Station : NAIROBIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 4/28/2020Deadline : 6/11/2020
DONOR AND EXTERNAL RELATIONS OFFICER
Level : P-3Job ID : 134658Job Network : Public Information and Conference ManagementJob Family : Public InformationDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : BRUSSELSStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 4/28/2020Deadline : 6/11/2020
Political Affairs Officer
Level : P-3Job ID : 134466Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Political AffairsDepartment/Office : Office of the Special Representative of the Secretary-General on Sexual ViolenceDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 4/27/2020Deadline : 6/10/2020
Public Information Officer (Internal Communication Officer)
Level : P-4Job ID : 134869Job Network : Public Information and Conference ManagementJob Family : Public InformationDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 4/27/2020Deadline : 6/10/2020
Finance and Budget Officer (2 Positions)
Level : P-4Job ID : 133197Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : FinanceDepartment/Office : Department of Management Strategy, Policy and Compliance Office of Programme Planning, Finance and BudgetDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 4/24/2020Deadline : 6/7/2020
Procurement Officer
Level : P-3Job ID : 130123Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : ProcurementDepartment/Office : Department of Operational SupportDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 4/23/2020Deadline : 6/6/2020
STATISTICIAN (Sendai Monitoring)
Level : P-3Job ID : 134496Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : StatisticsDepartment/Office : United Nations Office for Disaster Risk ReductionDuty Station : BONNStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 4/22/2020Deadline : 6/5/2020
Human Rights Officer [Filled from Roster]
Level : P-4Job ID : 134537Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Human Rights AffairsDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 4/22/2020Deadline : 6/5/2020
Information Systems Officer (SAP HCM Programming and Configuration)
Level : P-4Job ID : 134777Job Network : Information and Telecommunication TechnologyJob Family : Information Management Systems and TechnologyDepartment/Office : Department of Management Strategy, Policy and Compliance Enterprise Resource Planning ProjectDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 4/22/2020Deadline : 6/5/2020
Associate Human Rights Officer (4 posts)
Level : P-2Job ID : 134912Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Human Rights AffairsDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 4/22/2020Deadline : 6/5/2020
INTERN - Learning and Development Unit, OCHA Geneva [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 135071Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian AffairsDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 4/22/2020Deadline : 8/19/2020
SENIOR MANAGEMENT AND PROGRAMME ANALYST
Level : P-5Job ID : 132617Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : Management and AnalysisDepartment/Office : United Nations Environment ProgrammeDuty Station : NAIROBIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 4/20/2020Deadline : 6/3/2020
Economic Affairs Officer (two posts)
Level : P-4Job ID : 133378Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Economic Affairs (and Sustainable Development)Department/Office : Economic Commission for AfricaDuty Station : NIAMEYStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 4/20/2020Deadline : 6/3/2020
PROGRAMME MANAGEMENT OFFICER
Level : P-4Job ID : 134581Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : Economic Commission for AfricaDuty Station : ADDIS ABABAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 4/20/2020Deadline : 6/3/2020
EXTERNAL RELATIONS OFFICER (Reporting)
Level : P-3Job ID : 134627Job Network : Public Information and Conference ManagementJob Family : Public InformationDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 4/20/2020Deadline : 6/3/2020
Public Information Officer
Level : P-3Job ID : 134644Job Network : Public Information and Conference ManagementJob Family : Public InformationDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 4/20/2020Deadline : 6/3/2020
Medical Director
Level : D-2Job ID : 134368Job Network : ScienceJob Family : MedicalDepartment/Office : Department of Operational SupportDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 4/7/2020Deadline : 6/4/2020
INTERN - ENVIRONMENT AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 133972Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : INCHEON CITYStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 4/1/2020Deadline : 9/30/2020
INTERN - PUBLIC INFORMATION [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 134129Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : INCHEON CITYStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 4/1/2020Deadline : 9/30/2020
INTERN - ECONOMIC AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 134131Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : INCHEON CITYStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 4/1/2020Deadline : 9/30/2020
INTERN - SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 134132Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : INCHEON CITYStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 4/1/2020Deadline : 9/30/2020
INTERN - PUBLIC INFORMATION - Rio de Janeiro [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 134337Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Global CommunicationsDuty Station : RIO DE JANEIROStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 3/30/2020Deadline : 7/31/2020
INTERN - PUBLIC INFORMATION - Jakarta [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 133768Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Global CommunicationsDuty Station : JAKARTAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 3/23/2020Deadline : 6/30/2020
INTERN - PUBLIC INFORMATION [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 132459Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic Commission for AfricaDuty Station : RABATStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 3/18/2020Deadline : 12/30/2020
Intern - Operational Support (multiple positions) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 131380Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Operational SupportDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 3/12/2020Deadline : 12/31/2020
Intern - Communications and Design [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 131385Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Operational SupportDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 3/12/2020Deadline : 12/31/2020
INTERN - LEGAL AFFAIRS: CHAMBERS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 132976Job Network : LegalJob Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : International Residual Mechanism for Criminal TribunalsDuty Station : THE HAGUEStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 3/12/2020Deadline : 3/11/2021
INTERN - HUMAN RESOURCES [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 133069Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : International Residual Mechanism for Criminal TribunalsDuty Station : THE HAGUEStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 3/12/2020Deadline : 3/11/2021
INTERN - ENVIRONMENT AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 133374Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Economic and Social AffairsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 3/12/2020Deadline : 3/12/2021
INTERN - PUBLIC INFORMATION [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 133613Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic Commission for Latin America and the CaribbeanDuty Station : MEXICO CITYStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 3/11/2020Deadline : 6/8/2020
Security Officer (Roster)
Level : G-3Job ID : 132919Job Network : Internal Security and SafetyJob Family : SecurityDepartment/Office : Department of Safety and SecurityDuty Station : BANGKOKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 3/10/2020Deadline : 6/8/2020
Internship - Human Rights (Rule of Law, Equality and Non-Discrimination) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 130055Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 3/9/2020Deadline : 3/6/2021
INTERN - POLITICAL AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 133373Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Political Affairs and Peace-buildingDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 3/9/2020Deadline : 6/6/2020
INTERN - POLITICAL AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 133108Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office for Disarmament AffairsDuty Station : KATHMANDUStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 3/6/2020Deadline : 9/5/2020
INTERN - Administration [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 132412Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Management Strategy, Policy and Compliance Office of Human ResourcesDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 3/5/2020Deadline : 8/31/2020
INTERN - PROGRAMME MANAGEMENT [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 130359Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Office for Disaster Risk ReductionDuty Station : MULTIPLE DUTY STATIONSStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 3/3/2020Deadline : 2/28/2021
INTERN - PUBLIC INFORMATION [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 130363Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Office for Disaster Risk ReductionDuty Station : MULTIPLE DUTY STATIONSStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 3/3/2020Deadline : 2/28/2021
INTERN - PROGRAMME MANAGEMENT [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 131143Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Office for Disaster Risk ReductionDuty Station : PANAMA CITYStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 3/3/2020Deadline : 2/28/2021
INTERN - PROGRAMME MANAGEMENT [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 131145Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Office for Disaster Risk ReductionDuty Station : MULTIPLE DUTY STATIONSStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 3/3/2020Deadline : 2/28/2021
Intern - Programme Management [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 132750Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Operational SupportDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 3/3/2020Deadline : 8/29/2020
Intern - Programme Management [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 132754Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Operational SupportDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 3/3/2020Deadline : 8/29/2020
INTERN - PROGRAMME MANAGEMENT [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 133003Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Technology Bank for the Least Developed CountriesDuty Station : GebzeStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 3/3/2020Deadline : 3/2/2021
INTERN - MULTIMEDIA EDITING AND COMMUNICATIONS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 133010Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Technology Bank for the Least Developed CountriesDuty Station : GebzeStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 3/3/2020Deadline : 3/2/2021
INTERN - ENVIRONMENT AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 131760Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : BANGKOKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 3/1/2020Deadline : 8/31/2020
INTERN - STATISTICS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 132691Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : BANGKOKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 2/28/2020Deadline : 8/31/2020
INTERN - STATISTICS (SDMU) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 132693Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : BANGKOKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 2/28/2020Deadline : 8/31/2020
INTERN - PROJECT SUPPORT [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 132851Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : BANGKOKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 2/28/2020Deadline : 8/31/2020
INTERN - Human Resources [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 132485Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Management Strategy, Policy and Compliance Office of Human ResourcesDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 2/27/2020Deadline : 8/24/2020
INTERN - STATISTICS (CRVS) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 132689Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : BANGKOKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 2/27/2020Deadline : 8/31/2020
INTERN - Public Information [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 132343Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Operational SupportDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 2/26/2020Deadline : 8/26/2020
Creative Communications Intern at the Perception Change Project [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 132579Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Office at GenevaDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 2/26/2020Deadline : 12/31/2020
INTERN - ENVIRONMENT AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 132309Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : ALMATY (ALMA ATA)Staffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 2/25/2020Deadline : 8/31/2020
INTERN - ECONOMIC AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 132520Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : ALMATY (ALMA ATA)Staffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 2/25/2020Deadline : 8/31/2020
INTERN - SOCIAL SCIENCES [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 132601Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : ALMATY (ALMA ATA)Staffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 2/25/2020Deadline : 8/31/2020
Intern - Economic Affairs [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 132480Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office of the High Representative for the Least Developed Countries, Landlocked Developing Countries and Small Island Developing StatesDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 2/24/2020Deadline : 12/31/2020
Internship - Human Resources (Employer Branding/Marketing) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 131749Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Management Strategy, Policy and Compliance Office of Human ResourcesDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 2/21/2020Deadline : 8/18/2020
INTERN - GRAPHIC DESIGN [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 132042Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Western AsiaDuty Station : BEIRUTStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 2/21/2020Deadline : 12/31/2020
INTERN - HUMAN RESOURCES [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 132455Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Western AsiaDuty Station : BEIRUTStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 2/21/2020Deadline : 12/31/2020
INTERN - INFORMATION SYSTEMS & COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 131721Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Western AsiaDuty Station : BEIRUTStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 2/20/2020Deadline : 12/31/2020
INTERN - SOCIAL SCIENCES [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 132365Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Western AsiaDuty Station : BEIRUTStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 2/20/2020Deadline : 12/31/2020
Internship - Human Rights (Human Rights Council) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129447Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 2/19/2020Deadline : 2/15/2021
INTERN - CONFERENCE SERVICES [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 130948Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Western AsiaDuty Station : BEIRUTStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 2/19/2020Deadline : 12/31/2020
INTERN - PUBLIC INFORMATION [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 130753Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Environment ProgrammeDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 2/17/2020Deadline : 6/30/2020
INTERN - ENVIRONMENT AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 131812Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Environment ProgrammeDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 2/17/2020Deadline : 6/30/2020
INTERN - PUBLIC INFORMATION [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129978Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic Commission for AfricaDuty Station : YAOUNDEStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 2/14/2020Deadline : 12/30/2020
INTERN - ECONOMIC AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 131772Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : ALMATY (ALMA ATA)Staffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 2/12/2020Deadline : 8/12/2020
Internship - Human Rights (Americas) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 131784Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 2/12/2020Deadline : 2/8/2021
INTERN - ECONOMIC SCIENCES [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 131870Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic Commission for Latin America and the CaribbeanDuty Station : SANTIAGOStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 2/12/2020Deadline : 8/4/2020
INTERN - PROGRAMME MANAGEMENT [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 131146Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Office for Disaster Risk ReductionDuty Station : MULTIPLE DUTY STATIONSStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 2/10/2020Deadline : 2/9/2021
INTERN - INFORMATION MANAGEMENT (Interaction Design / User Experience) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 131148Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Office for Disaster Risk ReductionDuty Station : BANGKOKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 2/10/2020Deadline : 2/9/2021
INTERN - INFORMATION MANAGEMENT (Web Development) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 131149Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Office for Disaster Risk ReductionDuty Station : BANGKOKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 2/10/2020Deadline : 2/9/2021
Intern - Political Affairs [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 131312Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office of the SRSG for Children and Armed ConflictDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 2/7/2020Deadline : 8/6/2020
INTERN - Finance [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 131465Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Management Strategy, Policy and Compliance Office of Programme Planning, Finance and BudgetDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 2/7/2020Deadline : 8/4/2020
INTERN - SOCIAL SCIENCES [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 131526Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic Commission for Latin America and the CaribbeanDuty Station : SANTIAGOStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 2/7/2020Deadline : 8/4/2020
INTERN - ECONOMIC AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 131584Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : BANGKOKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 2/7/2020Deadline : 7/31/2020
Intern - Public Information [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 131470Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office of the High Representative for the Least Developed Countries, Landlocked Developing Countries and Small Island Developing StatesDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 2/6/2020Deadline : 12/31/2020
Internship - Human Rights (Middle East and North Africa) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 131320Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 2/4/2020Deadline : 1/31/2021
INTERN - PUBLIC INFORMATION [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 131372Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Peace OperationsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 2/4/2020Deadline : 6/30/2020
Internship - Human Rights (Regional) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 123768Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : SUVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 2/3/2020Deadline : 1/30/2021
INTERN - Architect/ Design/ Art History [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 130896Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Operational SupportDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 2/3/2020Deadline : 2/1/2021
INTERN - ECONOMIC AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 131054Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : BANGKOKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 2/1/2020Deadline : 7/31/2020
INTERN - ECONOMIC AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 131140Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : BANGKOKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 2/1/2020Deadline : 7/31/2020
Intern - Information Systems & Communication Technology [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129269Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Economic and Social AffairsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/28/2020Deadline : 1/27/2021
Internship - Information Management (Data Coordination and Technical Communications) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 130672Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/24/2020Deadline : 1/24/2021
Internship - Information Management (Data/business analysis and Visualization) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 130674Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/24/2020Deadline : 1/24/2021
INTERN - PUBLIC INFORMATION [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 130740Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Global CommunicationsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/24/2020Deadline : 8/4/2020
Internship - Human Rights (Special Procedures) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129891Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/23/2020Deadline : 1/23/2021
INTERN - LEGAL AFFAIRS (Trial Division) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 130063Job Network : LegalJob Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : International Residual Mechanism for Criminal TribunalsDuty Station : THE HAGUEStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/23/2020Deadline : 1/25/2021
INTERN - PUBLIC INFORMATION [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 130087Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : International Residual Mechanism for Criminal TribunalsDuty Station : THE HAGUEStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/23/2020Deadline : 1/25/2021
INTERN - LEGAL AFFAIRS (Appeals & Core Divisions) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 130239Job Network : LegalJob Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : International Residual Mechanism for Criminal TribunalsDuty Station : THE HAGUEStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/23/2020Deadline : 1/25/2021
INTERN - ENVIRONMENT AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 130586Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Western AsiaDuty Station : BEIRUTStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/23/2020Deadline : 12/31/2020
INTERN - POLITICAL AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 130635Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office for Disarmament AffairsDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/23/2020Deadline : 1/25/2021
INTERN - ECONOMIC AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 130686Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : BANGKOKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/23/2020Deadline : 8/4/2020
INTERN - ECONOMIC AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 130591Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : NEW DELHIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/22/2020Deadline : 7/26/2020
INTERN - PUBLIC INFORMATION [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 130604Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Western AsiaDuty Station : BEIRUTStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/22/2020Deadline : 1/4/2021
INTERN - PROGRAMME MANAGEMENT [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 130099Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office of the Special Adviser on AfricaDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/21/2020Deadline : 1/24/2021
INTERN - PUBLIC INFORMATION [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 123929Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian AffairsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/20/2020Deadline : 8/3/2020
Internship - Human Rights (Universal Periodic Review) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 128820Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/20/2020Deadline : 1/20/2021
Internship - Human Rights (Treaty-body Capacity-building) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129543Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/20/2020Deadline : 1/20/2021
Internship - Human Rights (Regional) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129618Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : BRUSSELSStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/20/2020Deadline : 1/20/2021
INTERN - ADMINISTRATION [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 130191Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Economic and Social AffairsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/17/2020Deadline : 1/19/2021
INTERN - PUBLIC INFORMATION/MULTIMEDIA [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 130312Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : BANGKOKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/17/2020Deadline : 6/30/2020
INTERN - WEB/INFORMATION MANAGEMENT [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 130315Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : BANGKOKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/17/2020Deadline : 6/30/2020
INTERN - GRAPHIC DESIGN [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 130317Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : BANGKOKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/17/2020Deadline : 6/30/2020
INTERN - ECONOMIC AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 130318Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : BANGKOKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/17/2020Deadline : 7/4/2020
INTERN - ECONOMIC AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129421Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Western AsiaDuty Station : BEIRUTStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/16/2020Deadline : 12/31/2020
INTERN - GOVERNANCE AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129423Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Western AsiaDuty Station : BEIRUTStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/16/2020Deadline : 12/31/2020
INTERN - SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129497Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Western AsiaDuty Station : BEIRUTStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/16/2020Deadline : 12/31/2020
INTERN - ECONOMIC AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129653Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Western AsiaDuty Station : BEIRUTStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/16/2020Deadline : 12/31/2020
INTERN - ADMINISTRATION [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 130050Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Western AsiaDuty Station : BEIRUTStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/16/2020Deadline : 1/4/2021
INTERN - ECONOMIC AFFAIRS (Trade Policy and Facilitation Section) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 130233Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : BANGKOKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/16/2020Deadline : 7/4/2020
INTERN - SOCIAL SCIENCES [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129956Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic Commission for AfricaDuty Station : ADDIS ABABAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/15/2020Deadline : 1/17/2021
INTERN - PROGRAMME MANAGEMENT [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 130035Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : INCHEON CITYStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/14/2020Deadline : 7/4/2020
INTERN - INFORMATION SYSTEMS & COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 130036Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : INCHEON CITYStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/14/2020Deadline : 7/4/2020
INTERN - GRAPHIC DESIGN [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 130038Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : INCHEON CITYStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/14/2020Deadline : 7/4/2020
Internship - Humanitarian Affairs (Multiple) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 130051Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian AffairsDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/14/2020Deadline : 7/15/2020
INTERN - ECONOMIC AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 130114Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic Commission for Latin America and the CaribbeanDuty Station : SANTIAGOStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/14/2020Deadline : 7/18/2020
INTERN - SOCIAL SCIENCES - GENDER AND DISABILITY [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129646Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : BANGKOKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/13/2020Deadline : 7/4/2020
INTERN - SOCIAL SCIENCES - POPULATION, INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION, YOUTH [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129648Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : BANGKOKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/13/2020Deadline : 7/4/2020
INTERN - SOCIAL SCIENCES - (STATISTICAL ANALYSIS) POVERTY REDUCTION, INEQUALITY AND SOCIAL PROTECTION [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129654Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : BANGKOKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/13/2020Deadline : 7/4/2020
INTERN - SOCIAL SCIENCES - (OUTREACH AND COMMUNICATION) POVERTY REDUCTION, INEQUALITY AND SOCIAL PROTECTION [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129836Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : BANGKOKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/13/2020Deadline : 7/4/2020
INTERN - SOCIAL SCIENCES - (WEB MANAGEMENT AND PUBLIC INFORMATION) POVERTY REDUCTION, INEQUALITY AND SOCIAL PROTECTION [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129837Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : BANGKOKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/13/2020Deadline : 7/4/2020
Internship - Human Rights (National Institutions and Regional Mechanisms) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 128463Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/10/2020Deadline : 1/10/2021
INTERN - PUBLIC INFORMATION - DIGITAL SUPPORT UNIT INTERNSHIP [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129616Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Global CommunicationsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/10/2020Deadline : 7/13/2020
Internship - Human Rights (Asia and the Pacific) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129756Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/10/2020Deadline : 1/10/2021
INTERN - ECONOMIC AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129829Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : BANGKOKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/10/2020Deadline : 7/4/2020
INTERN - INFORMATION SYSTEMS & COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129851Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office of Information and Communications TechnologyDuty Station : VIENNAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/10/2020Deadline : 8/3/2020
Internship - Human Rights (Europe and Central-Asia) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129672Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/9/2020Deadline : 1/9/2021
Internship - Human Rights (Treaty-bodies) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 127178Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/8/2020Deadline : 1/8/2021
INTERN - ENVIRONMENT AFFAIRS (Ecosystems Management) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129484Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Environment ProgrammeDuty Station : PANAMA CITYStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/8/2020Deadline : 1/10/2021
INTERN - POLITICAL AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129554Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office of the Victim’s Rights AdvocateDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/8/2020Deadline : 12/31/2020
INTERN - PUBLIC INFORMATION (Portuguese) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129652Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Global CommunicationsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/8/2020Deadline : 7/11/2020
Internship - Human Rights (Humanitarian Funds | Torture & Slavery) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 128980Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/7/2020Deadline : 1/7/2021
Intern - Administration [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129444Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Operational SupportDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/7/2020Deadline : 6/8/2020
INTERN - INFORMATION SYSTEMS & COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY, I [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129615Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office of Information and Communications TechnologyDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/7/2020Deadline : 8/3/2020
INTERN - POLITICAL AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129627Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office of the Special Coordinator on Improving the UNs Response to Sexual Exploitation and AbuseDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/7/2020Deadline : 10/3/2020
INTERN - STATISTICS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129518Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : TOKYOStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/6/2020Deadline : 7/4/2020
INTERN - STATISTICS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129519Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : TOKYOStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/6/2020Deadline : 7/4/2020
Internship - Human Rights (Emergency Response) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 128890Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/3/2020Deadline : 1/3/2021
INTERN - PUBLIC INFORMATION (ARABIC) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 128759Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Global CommunicationsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/2/2020Deadline : 7/3/2020
INTERN - ECONOMIC AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 128541Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : BANGKOKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/1/2020Deadline : 6/30/2020
INTERN - ECONOMIC AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129118Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : BANGKOKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/1/2020Deadline : 6/30/2020
INTERN - ENVIRONMENT AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129200Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : BANGKOKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/1/2020Deadline : 7/4/2020
INTERN - ENVIRONMENT AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129201Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : BANGKOKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/1/2020Deadline : 7/4/2020
INTERN - ENVIRONMENT AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129202Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : BANGKOKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/1/2020Deadline : 7/4/2020
INTERN - ECONOMIC AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129207Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : BANGKOKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/1/2020Deadline : 7/4/2020
Intern - Recruitment [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129332Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : BANGKOKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/1/2020Deadline : 7/4/2020
INTERN - ADMINISTRATION [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 128514Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Management Strategy, Policy and Compliance Office of Programme Planning, Finance and BudgetDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/31/2019Deadline : 7/1/2020
INTERN - PUBLIC INFORMATION (Russian) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129220Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Global CommunicationsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/24/2019Deadline : 6/23/2020
INTERN - Human Resources [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 127646Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Management Strategy, Policy and Compliance Office of Human ResourcesDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/23/2019Deadline : 6/23/2020
INTERN - ECONOMIC AFFAIRS (Transport Connectivity and Logistics Section) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129041Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : BANGKOKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/22/2019Deadline : 7/4/2020
INTERN - INFORMATION SYSTEMS & COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 128938Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office of Information and Communications TechnologyDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/20/2019Deadline : 6/20/2020
INTERN - Marketing [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 128671Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Global CommunicationsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/18/2019Deadline : 6/4/2020
INTERN - POLITICAL AFFAIRS (Multiple) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 128000Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Safety and SecurityDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/17/2019Deadline : 6/20/2020
INTERN - PUBLIC INFORMATION [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 128087Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Safety and SecurityDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/17/2019Deadline : 6/20/2020
INTERN – MULTIMEDIA EDITING AND COMMUNICATIONS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 128583Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Office at GenevaDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/13/2019Deadline : 12/15/2020
INTERN - MULTIMEDIA PARTNERSHIPS INTERNSHIP [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 128230Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Global CommunicationsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/10/2019Deadline : 6/9/2020
INTERN - INTERNAL COMMUNICATION AND ADMINISTRATION [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 127959Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Office at GenevaDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/6/2019Deadline : 12/8/2020
INTERN - Public Information [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 128052Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Operational SupportDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/6/2019Deadline : 6/9/2020
INTERN - PUBLIC INFORMATION (Donor Relations) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 128059Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Operational SupportDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/6/2019Deadline : 6/9/2020
INTERN - UN RESOURCES MONITORING AND ANALYSIS - LIBRARY [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 128149Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Office at GenevaDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/6/2019Deadline : 12/7/2020
Internship - Knowledge Management [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 127587Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/4/2019Deadline : 12/4/2020
INTERN - PUBLIC INFORMATION - (SPANISH) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 128047Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Global CommunicationsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/4/2019Deadline : 7/4/2020
INTERN - ENTERPRISE RISK MANAGEMENT [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 127891Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Environment ProgrammeDuty Station : NAIROBIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/3/2019Deadline : 12/5/2020
INTERN – EVENTS SUPPORT [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 127873Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Office at GenevaDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/2/2019Deadline : 12/4/2020
Internship - Human Rights (Light-Up Engine project) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 127526Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 11/27/2019Deadline : 11/23/2020
INTERN - LEGAL AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 127122Job Network : LegalJob Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : International Residual Mechanism for Criminal TribunalsDuty Station : ARUSHAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 11/25/2019Deadline : 11/27/2020
POLITICAL AFFAIRS OFFICER (Temporary Job Opening) [Temporary]
Level : P-3Job ID : 127311Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Political AffairsDepartment/Office : Department of Political Affairs and Peace-buildingDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 11/22/2019Deadline : 6/7/2020
INTERN – DATA VISUALIZATION SUPPORT - LIBRARY [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 127026Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Office at GenevaDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 11/20/2019Deadline : 11/22/2020
INTERN - Public Information [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 127200Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Global CommunicationsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 11/20/2019Deadline : 7/4/2020
INTERN - ECONOMIC AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 123699Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic Commission for AfricaDuty Station : RABATStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 11/5/2019Deadline : 11/8/2020
INTERN - RESEARCH AND EVALUATION [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 125250Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Office at GenevaDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 10/30/2019Deadline : 11/1/2020
INTERN - INFORMATION SYSTEMS & COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 125919Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office for Disarmament AffairsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 10/29/2019Deadline : 8/3/2020
INTERN - PUBLIC INFORMATION [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 125920Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office for Disarmament AffairsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 10/29/2019Deadline : 8/3/2020
INTERN - POLITICAL AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 125986Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office for Disarmament AffairsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 10/29/2019Deadline : 8/3/2020
INTERN - PUBLIC INFORMATION [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 123663Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic Commission for AfricaDuty Station : ADDIS ABABAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 10/25/2019Deadline : 10/27/2020
Human Resources (disablity inclusion) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 125410Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Management Strategy, Policy and Compliance Office of Human ResourcesDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 10/21/2019Deadline : 6/30/2020
INTERN – WEBSITE AND SOCIAL MEDIA SUPPORT - LIBRARY [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 125455Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Office at GenevaDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 10/18/2019Deadline : 10/21/2020
INTERN - PUBLIC INFORMATION [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 125309Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Peace OperationsDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 10/17/2019Deadline : 10/20/2020
INTERN - PUBLIC INFORMATION - UNTV and Radio Section [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 124764Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Office at GenevaDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 10/16/2019Deadline : 1/4/2021
INTERN – IT SUPPORT - LIBRARY [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 125304Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Office at GenevaDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 10/16/2019Deadline : 10/19/2020
INTERN - POLITICAL AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 125089Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office Of The Special Envoy Of The Secretary-General On The Great Lakes RegionDuty Station : NAIROBIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 10/14/2019Deadline : 10/16/2020
INTERN - PUBLIC INFORMATION - Social Media [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 124723Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Office at GenevaDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 10/8/2019Deadline : 1/4/2021
INTERN - PUBLIC INFORMATION [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 124756Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Office at GenevaDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 10/8/2019Deadline : 1/4/2021
INTERN - PUBLIC INFORMATION [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 124459Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Office at GenevaDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 10/3/2019Deadline : 1/4/2021
INTERN - LEGAL AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 122818Job Network : LegalJob Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : International Residual Mechanism for Criminal TribunalsDuty Station : THE HAGUEStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 9/6/2019Deadline : 9/8/2020
INTERN - HUMAN RESOURCES [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 122514Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian AffairsDuty Station : MULTIPLE DUTY STATIONSStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 8/29/2019Deadline : 7/4/2020
INTERN - Mechanism Archives and Records Section, Arusha [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 117032Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : International Residual Mechanism for Criminal TribunalsDuty Station : ARUSHAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 8/28/2019Deadline : 8/30/2020
INTERN - LEGAL AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 120840Job Network : LegalJob Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : International Residual Mechanism for Criminal TribunalsDuty Station : THE HAGUEStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/29/2019Deadline : 7/31/2020
INTERN - ENVIRONMENT AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 120443Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Environment ProgrammeDuty Station : PANAMA CITYStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/24/2019Deadline : 7/26/2020
INTERN - ENVIRONMENT AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 120223Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Environment ProgrammeDuty Station : KINGSTONStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/17/2019Deadline : 7/19/2020
INTERN - TRAINING SUPPORT, COMMUNICATION AND DESIGN (multiple) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 118531Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Safety and SecurityDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/11/2019Deadline : 6/29/2020
INTERN - ENVIRONMENT AFFAIRS (Climate Change) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 119257Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Environment ProgrammeDuty Station : PANAMA CITYStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/8/2019Deadline : 7/10/2020
Intern - Administration [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 118789Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office of the Special Advisor to the Secretary-General on the Preparations for the Commemoration of the United Nations 75th AnniversaryDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/2/2019Deadline : 7/3/2020
INTERN - Business Intelligence and Data Analytics [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 119220Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Environment ProgrammeDuty Station : NAIROBIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 6/27/2019Deadline : 6/29/2020
INTERN - PUBLIC INFORMATION [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 118701Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : International Residual Mechanism for Criminal TribunalsDuty Station : THE HAGUEStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 6/21/2019Deadline : 6/24/2020
INTERN - ENVIRONMENT AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 117718Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Environment ProgrammeDuty Station : PANAMA CITYStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 6/11/2019Deadline : 6/13/2020
Intern - Coordination, planning, analytics and policy analysis - Executive Office of the Secretary-General [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 116318Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Executive Office of the Secretary-GeneralDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/2/2019Deadline : 7/4/2020
INTERN - UN ACADEMIC IMPACT [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 111289Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Global CommunicationsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 2/7/2019Deadline : 6/4/2020
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Country: Mali Organization: Educo Closing date: 18 Jun 2020 CONTEXTE DU RECRUTEMENT La Fundación Educación y Cooperación (Educo), membre de l´Alliance ChildFund, est une ONG globale de coopération pour le développement qui agit en faveur des enfants et pour la défense de leurs droits, spécialement le droit à une éducation de qualité et à la Protection. Nous travaillons dans 15 pays dans le monde avec les enfants et leur entourage, pour une société plus juste et équitable. Nous souhaitons construire un monde où tous les enfants jouissent pleinement de leurs droits et vivent en toute dignité. Présente au Mali depuis 2000, Educo intervient directement à Bamako, Ségou, Mopti avec un effectif de plus d’une centaine d’employés. Elle mène des actions dans les domaines de l’éducation, la santé, la promotion des droits et la protection de l’enfance, le renforcement des moyens d’existence des communautés, la Sécurité alimentaire, le Wash, le renforcement des systèmes nationaux, le Dialogue politique, le renforcement des capacités. Notre bureau est en pleine croissance et cela crée de nouvelles et passionnantes opportunités d'emploi. Nous visons à être un endroit où travaillent des personnes à fort potentiel et où nous offrons un environnement de travail dynamique et la possibilité de développer une carrière professionnelle. Vous êtes enthousiaste, avec un esprit d'équipe engagé ? Vous voulez évoluer dans un environnement en pleine croissance et qui offre une grande mobilité professionnelle ? Vous souhaitez joindre notre équipe pour et avoir un impact positif sur la vie des enfants au Mali et en Afrique ? Nous attendons votre candidature !!!! NATURE DU POSTE Le poste est ouvert aux maliens ou non maliens résidants au Mali et aux ressortissants des pays de la sous-région (Expatriation) INFORMATIONS IMPORTANTES SUR LE POSTE § Hiérarchie : Directeur Pays § Classification : Poste de Senior Management / Catégorie BJ10 (N°2 du Bureau Pays) § Staffs supervisés directement par le CQP : Une dizaine de Référents Thématiques/Personnes Ressources + Unité Suivi - Evaluation & Learning + Expert Communication + Ressources Techniques Externes. § Département Qualité en appui aux équipes composant l’Unité Opérations avec Plus de 14 Projets et près de 60 personnes impliqués dans leur mise en œuvre. § Programmes Educo Mali 2020-2025 touchant à divers thématiques : Protection de l’enfance (Urgences & Développement), Education (Urgences & Développement), Parrainage, Santé, Cantines Scolaires, Wash in School, Mobilisation-Développement Communautaire et Local, Renforcement Systèmes Nationaux de Protection de l’Enfance et Education, Protection Sociale, Cohésion Sociale, Jeunesse, Technologies & Innovations, Plaidoyer. § Poste en forte corrélation avec le Coordinateur des Opérations (CO) gérant une soixantaine de Staffs (Coordinateurs, Chefs de Projets, Coordinateurs de Zones). Le poste de CO et celui de CQP sont les deux composantes de la Coordination des Programmes. DESCRIPTION BUT DU POSTE Sous la responsabilité directe du Directeur Pays : Le/la Coordinateur-trice Qualité & Développement des Programmes a pour mission principale de garantir la qualité d’ensemble des programmes mis en œuvre par la Délégation Educo au Mali et de veiller à ce que les principales normes de qualité soient respectées. Il/elle a la responsabilité des contenus, de la méthodologie et le développement des programmes en garantissant les critères de la GCP. Son mandat est également d’assurer la veille et le suivi qualité, coordonner le renforcement des capacités et le soutien à l’appropriation des politiques (Educo & partenaires) et est le garant des positionnements et alignements. Il/elle recommande de nouvelles initiatives et approches, fournit des avis techniques en déterminant les possibilités et les améliorations à apporter. Le (la) Coordinateur-trice Qualité & Développement des Programmes apporte un appui méthodologique et technique aux membres de l’équipe Educo Mali et à ses partenaires, aux différentes étapes de la gestion de projet (Conception et planification, mise en œuvre, suivi, évaluation et apprentissage) en application des politiques institutionnelles de l’Organisation. Il/Elle conçoit et met en œuvre la démarche Qualité au sein d’Educo Mali et supervise l’ensemble des mandats contribuant à la Qualité des projets et des programmes. Il/elle accompagne directement les équipes dans la conception des stratégies d’intervention, la mise en place des conditions nécessaires pour l’atteinte des résultats et contribue à la gestion de la relation partenariale. Il/elle coordonne le Pool d’Expertise Technique d’Educo Mali au bénéfice des Staffs et des Partenaires d’Educo (Référents Thématiques Protection, Référent Thématique Protection, Responsable Suivi-Evaluation, Responsable des Politiques/Partenariat et Plaidoyer...) *Le/la coordinateur-trice Qualité & Développement des Programmes veille au respect des règles et principes de partenariat de co-construction efficace et participatif pour soutenir la réalisation de changements durables dans la vie des enfants et des communautés. *Porter, en lien avec le Directeur Pays, la Stratégie de Mobilisation des Ressources et les perspectives de développement des Programmes d’Educo Mali. PRINCIPAUX MANDATS DU POSTE I. EXPERTISE QUALITE, PLANIFICATION, ALIGNEMENT STRATEGIQUE & POLITIQUE ü Conduire l’élaboration et piloter la mise en œuvre de la stratégie Qualité d’Educo Mali en cohérence avec la politique et les orientations de l’Organisation ; ü Coordonner les processus d’identification des problématiques principales/diagnostic sur les zones d’intervention, l’analyse et l’évaluation des besoins liés au domaine d’action d’Educo dans la perspective de garantir des Planifications stratégiques de Qualité ; ü En collaboration avec le Directeur Pays, est responsable de l'élaboration de stratégies de programme, la formulation des projets/plans annuels et les réponses aux appels à projets en s’assurant de la coordination de toutes les contributions techniques au niveau Pays et Régional ; ü Coordonner les processus d’appropriation et la mise en œuvre des Politiques institutionnelles au sein d’Educo Mali et au niveau des partenaires de co-exécution ;** ü Assurer l’élaboration de documents techniques pour les différents mandats : Termes de références, documents de référence pour les consultances conformément aux principes d’Educo ; ü Générer des solutions novatrices et pratiques aux situations difficiles. II. ASSISTANCE TECHNIQUE ET ACCOMPAGNEMENT DES EQUIPES D’EDUCO MALI ü Garantir des appuis méthodologiques et techniques direct aux équipes des projets et programmes sur les questions et critères de qualité ; ü Garantir la conception, formulation et développement de programmes et projets de qualité, axés sur l'enfance et qui contribuent à la Stratégie Organisationnelle et au Plan Pays ; ü Appuyer le Coordinateur des Opérations dans la mise en œuvre des projets terrain et veiller au respect des critères de qualité dans la mise en œuvre et le suivi-évaluation & apprentissage des projets et programmes ; ü Veiller à ce que les Référents Techniques soient coordonnés, intégrés, qu’ils se soutiennent mutuellement pour optimiser les projets et qu’ils apportent leurs contributions techniques en communiquant de manière proactive/régulière avec les différents départements d’Educo Mali (Opérations, Administration & Finances, Contrôle Interne & Audits). ü Mettre en place et tenir un répertoire de Personnes Ressources Externes à mobiliser autour des mandats et des besoins d’appui du Bureau Pays. III. APPUI TECHNIQUE ET ACCOMPAGNEMENT DES ONG LOCALES PARTENAIRES ü Veiller à ce que chaque partenariat soit conçu de manière à contribuer à la réalisation de la stratégie globale Educo tout en respectant les normes de qualité, les politiques et les procédures en place ; ü Veiller à ce que des niveaux appropriés d'assistance technique et de renforcement des capacités soient fournis aux partenaires à travers l’équipe de Référents Thématiques ; ü Veiller à ce que les Partenaires s’approprient les Politiques et aient en place des mécanismes pour monitorer les questions sensibles liées à la protection de l’enfance ; ü Veiller à ce que les partenaires aient en place, des systèmes de suivi de qualité et des processus liés à l'apprentissage afin de soutenir la construction des positionnements de Educo et des messages de plaidoyer. IV. SUIVI, EVALUATION ET APPRENTISSAGE ü Participer à la validation technique des Rapports périodiques (Educo et Partenaires); ü Garantir, en soutien au Responsable Monitoring & Learning, un système SEA robuste pour mesurer la réalisation, les progrès et surtout l’impact des Projets à travers la génération d’évidences ; ü Coordonner ou faciliter (en lien avec l’équipe de Référents Techniques) les différents processus liés aux évaluations (internes ou externes) des programmes ; ü Soutenir le mécanisme interne d’identification des bonnes pratiques et des leçons apprises du Bureau Pays puis accompagner les processus pour leur diffusion/implémentation ; ü Coordonner la gestion du savoir et du savoir-faire d’Educo Mali et favoriser l’échange d’expériences en interne. V. PLAIDOYER, DIALOGUE POLITIQUE & POSITIONNEMENT D’EDUCO MALI ü Assister le Directeur Pays dans la représentation d’Educo au niveau des rencontres stratégiques, auprès des administrations locales, des Réseaux et Groupes de travail portant sur les thématiques clés d’intervention d’Educo au Mali. ü Appuyer les Référents Techniques à articuler leurs principaux objectifs conformément au Plan de Plaidoyer Pays et des messages prioritaires de Positionnement de Educo ; ü Identifier les principales opportunités et événements pour Educo Mali pour se positionner comme une Organisation de référence en matière de protection de l’enfance au Mali ; ü Veiller à ce que Educo bénéficie d'une reconnaissance nationale pour avoir obtenu un impact national approuvé et innovant à partir des résultats de ses programmes ; ü Coordonner la représentation d’Educo Mali dans les Réseaux, Alliances Stratégiques, Clusters... VI. MANAGEMENT RH / COORDINATION EQUIPE DE REFERENTS THEMATIQUES ü Coordonner et Superviser directement les Référents Thématiques et Personnes Ressources Techniques au sein de la Délégation Educo au Mali ; ü Participer en lien avec le Coordinateur des Opérations, à l’identification des besoins de formation des équipes ou des partenaires et à la mise en œuvre des actions de renforcement. VII. MOBILISATION DE RESSOURCES ET AUTRES ATTRIBUTIONS SPECIFIQUES ü Contribuer en lien avec le Directeur Pays, à la Stratégie de mobilisation des Ressources d’Educo Mali ; ü Contribuer à une communication de qualité à l’interne Educo et auprès des partenaires ü Participer au Comité de Direction et contribuer au Management général du Bureau Pays. QUALIFICATIONS ET EXPÉRIENCE v Essentiel ü Avoir au un diplôme de niveau BAC + 5 (Master 2) en Sciences Sociales, Droit, Protection de l’Enfance, en Management de Projets, ou Tout Diplôme équivalent dans le domaine. ü Expérience confirmée d’au moins 6 ans à un poste de Management de Projets/Programmes multisectoriels au sein d’ONG Nationales et/ou Internationales ü Bonne expérience en planification stratégique, en Développement des programmes et projets ü Bonne maitrise de la Gestion axée sur les résultats ü Maitrise avérée de la GCP/Expertise confirmée dans la gestion de processus participatifs ü Expérience dans la mise en place et gestion de démarches Qualité ü Connaissances en Protection et Education ü Bonnes connaissances en management d’équipe pluridisciplinaire et Experts thématiques ü Excellentes capacités rédactionnelles/Maitrise du français et bon niveau d’anglais v Souhaitable ü Bonne capacité à travailler avec des groupes multipartites impliquant les administrations locales, institutions publiques/privées et ONG ü Expérience en gestion partenariale + Expérience de travail dans l’humanitaire ü Connaissance/Expérience dans l'intégration de la dimension de genre dans les programmes AUTRES HABILITES ET APTITUDES REQUISES ü Excellentes compétences en Communication ü Bonne capacité d’écoute et d’analyse / Rigueur dans le travail ü Connaissance des politiques nationales, régionales et locales liées au domaine de l’enfance au Mali ü Bonne maitrise du cycle de projet et ses outils ü Fortes capacités d’analyses/Esprit de synthèse/Sens de créativité, organisation, et ouverture d’esprit ü Flexibilité et Capacités d’adaptation ü Compétences pour le travail en équipe ü Bon sens de l’autonomie et de l’initiative/Capacités d’adaptation et flexibilité ü Capacités à travailler sous pression et dans un environnement international et multiculturel CONDITIONS D’EMPLOI : ü Disponibilité : Dès que possible ü Durée du contrat : CDD d’un (01) an renouvelable ü Localisation du Poste : Bamako (Mali) avec des fréquents déplacements à Ségou, Mopti et autres zones d’interventions à venir au Mali ü Conditions du Poste : Rémunération motivante avec une couverture Assurance & Accidents à 80% pour l’Agent + conjoint (e) + 4 enfants ü Possibilité de négociation des conditions d’expatriation pour les non-résidents PROTECTION DES ENFANTS En tant qu’organisation qui travaille avec les enfants et les adolescents, Educo a l'obligation morale et la responsabilité juridique de favoriser une culture du bon traitement et de garantir la sécurité et la protection de tous les enfants et adolescents dont elle prend soin et qui se trouvent sous sa responsabilité. La prévention et la protection de tout type de violence physique, psychologique ou sexuelle, intentionnelle ou non intentionnelle, sont les piliers sur lesquels se base notre organisation. Par conséquent, toute personne rattachée à notre organisation devra connaître, respecter et signer notre Code de Conduite envers les enfants et les adolescents. How to apply: COMMENT POSTULER : Prière envoyer par courrier électronique, votre candidature composée de : Une lettre de motivation, ** Un CV à jour ** La copie du diplôme le plus élevé, ** Au plus tard le 18 Juin 2020 à l’adresse e-mail suivante : cv.mali@educo.org avec comme mention obligatoire à l’objet du message : « Recrutement Coordinateur Qualité des Programmes » Les procédures de recrutement et de vérification d’Educo reflètent notre engagement à la protection des enfants de tout abus. Educo veut être un employeur qui garantit une égalité de chance à tous et à toutes. LES CANDIDATURES DE FEMMES REMPLISSANT LES QUALIFICATIONS REQUISES SONT FORTEMENT ENCOURAGEES ! Aucun frais n’est payé lors de nos recrutements !
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The ARO further support the National Societies to undertake effective programming in the areas of focus though the following strategies for implementation: • Strengthen National Society capacity and ensure sustained and relevant Red Cross Red Crescent presence in the community • Ensure effective international disaster management • Influence others as leading strategic partners in humanitarian action and community resilience • Ensure a strong IFRC that is effective, credible and accountable. Providing cash and vouchers to disaster affected people is a growing and critical part of humanitarian action with the potential to drive transformation change in humanitarian organization’s architecture and ways of working. Strong direction from senior leadership is needed to enable greater use of cash where appropriate, and to drive transformation of how the IFRC delivers assistance to crisis-affected populations, through shifting a greater proportion of IFRC supported National Society assistance to cash when adequate. Cash assistance enables people affected by crisis or disasters to be supported more effectively, providing greater choice, dignity and control over their lives. Other beneficial impacts of CVA include efficiency gains being transformed into a higher caseload of people supported and a multiplier effect in local markets and economies. As a follow-up on IFRC’s commitments to the Grand Bargain , the IFRC commissioned a Cash Roadmap to define the way to scale-up cash assistance over the next 5-7 years. In addition, the Red Cross and Red Crescent (RCRC) Movement is finalising its Cash Strategic Framework. Presently, a 2-year IFRC cash workplan is under development, aligned to the RCRC Movement four strategic objectives:  Strengthened global cash and markets capacity and quality programmes  NS Cash Preparedness and capacity building  CVA design and implementation  Partnerships and innovation The position is primarily located in Panama, and reports directly to the Continental Operations Coordinator, ARO. Job Purpose The Regional Cash and Voucher Senior Officer will work in collaboration with the National Societies (NS), other Red Cross Movement Partners, delegates, NGO’s, national staff, local authorities and affected communities within the mandate of the Movement in order to plan, coordinate and implement the CVA component of a disaster response in relief and recovery. In small/medium scale responses the Officer may have broader responsibilities and even lead a small team. In large scale responses the officer is likely to work under a CVA Coordinator as part of a larger team that may have multiple CVA officers focusing on different tasks. Within emergency response operations, the Regional Cash and Voucher Senior Officer is expected to provide support to emergency response operations through technical support on the design, implementation and evaluation of the CVA component of the operation, from the feasibility study and market assessments, to the reconciliation and reporting phase, with emphasis on the design and implementation of the program through the objective setting, selection of best delivery mechanisms according to the context, cash transfer amount calculation, targeting, measuring the level accomplishment of the objectives, as well as provide with technical support on the use of SWIFT Cards when this cards are selected as the ops mechanism. Job Duties The Regional Cash and Voucher Senior Officer is due to follow up the strengthening of the CVA component within the Americas, both in the ARO IFRC and the National Societies, and support the development, enhancement and normalization of the new technological tools intended for its implementation and management, such as Mobile Data Collection tools, and any other online tool. Complementary to the role towards the response operations, Regional Cash and Voucher Senior Officer Officer is expected to look after the request and implementation of new trainings related to CVA within the region, in accordance to the training strategy of the IFRC in the Americas. S/he is also expected to promote and link the implementation of other training components or modules such as RAM, HES, etc. with the existing CVA training strategy. The Regional Cash and Voucher Senior officer is due to liaise and work closely with other areas of focus (shelter, health, WASH; Livelihoods, DRR, migration, gender, inclusion, etc.) and support areas (finance, logistics, etc.) to enhance the service delivery of the emergency response operations, being CVA a key tool in service delivery to the beneficiary population with a mind-set focused on achieving objectives set by the areas of focus. The job responsibilities include the collaboration with different IFRC staff members, with NS of the Region and with Surge Personnel deployed within the Americas to: • Support the CVA component of the Disaster Management System within the Americas. • Aim at building capacity of Movement members in the Americas Region (NS/IFRC). The Regional Cash and Voucher Senior officer will be expected to deploy in the following capacities: Assist the national society with: • Development of Emergency Appeals, plans of action, assessment and other gaps as identified by RC/RC leadership in-country • In some cases, the surge delegate with deploy in a specific requested position within the RC/RC structure emergency response personnel Inherent in the role is the need for flexibility, the ability to travel, and willingness to work in multiple contexts with different stakeholders. The CVA Regional Senior officer must be able to deploy at a short notice for significant periods of time and up to 75% of the year traveling remote and potentially unstable areas. Regional strategy, technical support and quality assurance: • Support NS and IFRC to deliver cash-based responses that are predictable, replicable, and applicable to all sectors, programs, and phases of the disaster/crisis response cycle. • Implement the regional cash strategy and operational plans aligned with the IFRC Cash Roadmap for the Americas in coordination with NS's focal points and members the RCRC Movement. • Ensure the provision of high-quality CVA technical advice and support to IFRC and National Society during emergency response operations remotely or in country, assisting in all stages (preparedness, assessment, including markets), feasibility, analysis, design, planning, implementation, reporting, monitoring & evaluation), in line with international, RCRC Movement and IFRC standards, guidelines and good practice. Contributing to the dissemination and improvement of the Movement CiE toolkit. • Provide technical quality assurance to all Disaster Response Emergency Fund (DREF), Emergency Appeals (EA) and country plan documents, including their Plan of Action and budget, making sure that all the cash and markets components are adequately planned and implemented based on evidence: and that CVA responses are transparent and accountable. • Where a regional Financial Service Provider Framework is used in an operation (e.g. pre-paid cards), provide management of the mechanism, the associated system or technology including but not limited to the on-line platform as well as providing technical support to successfully deliver the response. • Support the development, enhancement and normalization of new technological tools intended for the CVA design, implementation and monitoring. Monitor on continuous basis the latest industry developments related to or potentially useful for CVA for the region (software and hardware) in collaboration with the CVA Innovations role within the Global cash team. • Work closely with the others departments and IFRC teams, to mainstream and adapt CVA approaches, systems and tools across all phases of the sectoral response and Areas of Focus to ensure cash is routinely considered to meet not only basic needs, but also a range of sector specific humanitarian outcomes. • Contribute to the revision, improvement and roll-out of IFRC CVA Standing Operating Procedures, and of the RCRC Movement wide global cash-based programming standards, procedures and advocacy activities as part of CVA institutionalization. Contribute to the development and roll-out of CVA data management systems, IM, and innovative approaches and technology. • Support ToR and profile drafting for surge deployments, providing briefing and technical supervision of cash deployments. • Contribute to the development and dissemination of key cash advocacy messages and policies. • Support networking and partnerships (humanitarian, private sector and academic, etc.) linked to the Cash Preparedness initiatives regional, NS level and global level. • Develop concept notes for donors and internal partners to implement the cash road map for the Americas Cash Preparedness • Provide technical support to National Society teams to effectively plan, implement, manage and evaluate cash preparedness projects and initiatives. Including but not limited to development of SOPs, services agreements with financial services providers, services agreements with goods and services providers, exploring alliances with public sector such as social services platforms, revise country specific contexts related to CVA feasibility (political, laws, etc.) • Liaise with IM at regional and country levels to collect, collate and store the key valuable information of the countries in the region related to CVA (minimum salary, food basket, inflation, etc.) Position Requirements Education Bachelor’s degree relevant to the position (Project management, Marketing, Business manager etc.) Experience 5 years’ Experience in different aspects of CVA implementation (i.e.: assessments and market analysis, CVA feasibility, design, implementation and M&E;) and in developing CVA programmes that are inclusive and gender sensitive At least 2 years’ experience in successfully implementing and/or coordinating humanitarian emergency response operations Experience managing the Online Platforms for programme delivery and operational support. Strong background in data and information management Experience in qualitative data collection and data analysis Experience living and working in challenging and multicultural environments Experience working in emergency (repetido) Proven capacity building experience with National Society or equivalent, delivering trainings and providing on the job training and coaching (preferable CVA and market trainings) Experience of managing a team. Experience within the Red Cross Red Crescent Movement humanitarian response Knowledge, Skills and Language Technical/professional knowledge of needs and market assessments Proven skills in strategic and operational planning, budgeting and reporting emergency response that included CVA Demonstrated capacity to work both independently and as part of a team Good understanding of humanitarian responses, actors involved, and the role of evidence-based decision making for the delivery of humanitarian action Strong interpersonal skills and diplomacy in order to manage relationships with many stakeholders and in a complex situational environment Analytical and problem-solving skills, including the ability to synthesize, order, process and prioritize large amounts of information and the ability to think strategically. Excellent written and verbal communications skills are essential, with the ability to craft an analytical narrative from data findings, make recommendations, and prepare well-written reports in a timely manner Strong attention to the detail Ability to take initiative to create new processes from scratch and act to fill identified gaps Strong skills in database management Sound knowledge of and commitment to, an integrated and holistic approach to disaster management, with an understanding of emergencies, recovery or long-term programming Knowledge of Red Cross Red Crescent Movement, IFRC and National Societies including the global and regional surge system Knowledge and experience of working in the Americas region Strong knowledge of different Mobile Data Collection technologies Good knowledge and experience of information technologies are an advantage Languages Fluently spoken and written English Fluently spoken and written Spanish Good command of another IFRC official language (i.e., French) How to apply: How to Apply https://bit.ly/2XsuWxJ Applicants will need to send their applications together with a letter of motivation no later than the closing date. In order for us to assure a proper comparative evaluation of your application for this vacancy and to enable us to consider your profile against other similar current and future vacancies, we ask that you submit your application taking into account the following: Important Note: NATIONAL STAFF ONLY • Please note that the selected candidate will be hired through an national contract; • The incumbent is responsible to abide by Federation policies, procedures, plans and applicable international labor law; • Only those candidates shortlisted for interviews will be notified. • The position will be based in Panama.
Senior Manager of Global Total Rewards/ Benefits & Payroll Administration
Country: United States of America Organization: Lutheran World Relief Closing date: 3 Jul 2020 The Sr. HR manager reports to the VP of HR and is responsible for design, implementation, administration, and communication of all total rewards programs, including health, welfare, wellness, retirement, base pay, incentives, and other rewards and perquisites. The Sr Manager would be responsible for oversight and ongoing development for our total reward programs, ensuring benefits, are competitive, sustainable, scale-able, and have an impact on the long- and short-term performance of the organization. In addition, this role will oversee the Payroll Manager for the Organization and provide oversight and support on Employee onboarding and engagement initiatives, pay performance management, compliance, and support all other functional areas of HR as needed. Responsibilities Domestic and International Benefits (Expat/TCN Benefits): Point of contact for all benefit issues for the combined organization Lead the relationship with brokers to ensure that the organizations benefit package is competitive, cost effective and compliant. Keeps abreast of new approaches and offerings for benefits. Responsible for timely and quality benefits administration (medical, dental, vision, life, etc.) and serve as escalation point-person for resolution of benefits related issues for both staff and vendors. Ensures that the appropriate policies and procedures to support benefit offerings are current, legally compliance and followed. Managing discrimination testing and other mandatory reporting and testing requirements related to employee benefits in the US. Manages employee paid/unpaid leave to include FMLA and disability. Partners with the VP of HR to create and disseminate staff communications to ensure benefits are fully understood and utilized. Assists in gathering appropriate information for the VP to allow needed communications with senior leadership regarding annual benefit costs, options, utilization etc. Is knowledgeable and informed about benefits and pay issues as they relate to the organization's Expat and TCN staff. Is informed and educated about local laws that might impact our staff, as we enter new countries. Keeps abreast of new innovations in these areas and suggests changes to the organization's offerings. Creates appropriate dashboard reporting for payroll and benefits. Manage billing reconciliation process to ensure accuracy of payments and continuity of benefit plans. Serve as the payroll and benefits administrator and consults with the VP & AVP, HR to provide guidance on salary administration for Expat & TCN. Conduct benefit Employee orientation presentation to domestic and international staff (Expat/TCN staff). Payroll: Responsible for ensuring overall data integrity for monthly Payroll and in partnership with Payroll manager, that all staff changes are correctly processed. Oversee the reconciliation of quarterly census with all Benefit invoices and payroll records Provide oversight and communication in partnership with the HR VP on merit and or COLA increases Reviews payroll in a QC capacity. Serves as the lead on the organization's payroll conversion. Responsible for registration and ensuring compliance in new states in partnership with Accounting. Compliance/Employee Handbook/HR Policies: Keeps abreast of changing Federal, District and State laws and regulations both for US staff, expats and TCN's and ensures policies, practices are compliant and up to date. Perform periodic audits related to benefits, ensuring HIPPA is enforced Assists with development and maintenance of the Employee Handbook as it relates to benefits and funder related polices. Employee Relations: Ensures compliance with all medical related leave of absence Participates in investigations of employee relations issues that have a medical/benefits aspect involved (ADA, FMLA) Provides guidance and communication with employees who inquire about LOA. Provide consultation to staff with highly complex benefit situations in conjunction with benefits broker and carriers Employee Communications: Prepares draft internal communications regarding any relevant HR issues such as changes to the policy, compensation, benefits, or new policy releases for VP review. Ensures in partnership with HR Associate that all new hire staff are receiving a high-quality new hire benefits orientation with a focus on communicating the value of the benefits package and ease of use for staff. Ensures in partnership with HR associate that all exiting staff receive all necessary benefits information upon termination. Supervision: Supervise payroll and benefits staff Other Duties as Assigned Competencies: Models proactive response to change Independently leads and manages assigned projects Interpersonal Proficiency: Communicating with discretion, tact and diplomacy Relationship Management Global & Cultural Effectiveness Technical Proficiency: Human Resources knowledge Payroll and Benefits Knowledge Qualifications: The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills, and/or abilities required. Minimum 7-8+ years of Human Resource experience Prior Benefits experience in an international organization strongly preferred experience with Human Resource Information Systems (HRIS) Knowledgeable about US laws and regulations governing employee benefits. Able to communicate effectively in writing and verbally, important and complicated HR benefit programs and policies. Demonstrated ability to manage multiple priorities while maintaining excellent customer relations. Comprehensive knowledge of benefits programs (Health, 401K, etc.) and experience working with external vendors. Manage vendor relationships to ensure value for money and effective service. Ability to work effectively both independently and as part of a team. Fluency in Spanish or French preferred Education Requirements BA or BS degree required; HR certification or Benefits certification required upon hire or agreement to complete within one year of hire To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty and responsibility satisfactorily. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. How to apply: Apply Here
Grants Specialist, Colombia Transforma Program, Caucasia, Colombia
Country: Colombia Organization: Management Systems International Closing date: 3 Jul 2020 Grants Specialist, Colombia Transforma Program, Caucasia, Colombia Company Profile: MSI, a Tetra Tech Company, is a Washington, D.C. metro area international development firm with a 35-year history of delivering development results across the world. Our core expertise is in the fields of monitoring and evaluation (M&E;), institutional development, public sector management, peace and stability, governance and anti-corruption. MSI has implemented projects in 90 countries around the world such as Jordan, Kenya, Indonesia, Syria, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Ukraine, Colombia and Mexico. As one of the leading companies in our field, MSI has partnered with organizations across all sectors of international development to support clients ranging from large bilateral and multilateral donors such as USAID, the World Bank and the United Nations Development Program to national and local governments, nongovernmental organizations (NGOs), think tanks, foundations and universities. For more information on MSI, please visit our website at www.msiworldwide.com. Project Summary: The Colombia Transforma program is aimed at helping the Colombian government install its own flexible, and efficient rapid response capacity for quick wins; jump starting peace implementation in the most critical national security geographies, and provide punctual, strategic technical assistance across all three levels of government. **Please note: Only Colombian citizens are eligible for this position. Position Summary: The position of Grants Specialist will be based in the Regional office of Caucasia, Bajo Cauca, and is part of the Grants team on the Colombia/OTI Program. This position is primarily responsible for conducting grantee eligibility checks, developing and tracking activity budgets, drafting grant agreements, negotiation memos, and modifications, drafting consulting agreements for consultants under activities, and maintaining all program related files. The Grants Specialist maintains regular communication with the grantees and conducts site visits, ensuring that all deliverables are met. The position will work closely with the Program Team for monitoring and ensuring compliance with the grant implementation plan. Fixed-term labor contract for one year. Responsibilities: Liaise with communities and/or counterparts within government entities in assigned geographic area to assist the PDO with the development of activities and guide the implementation of projects Develop and maintain transparent, friendly, open, and professional relationships with local counterparts, beneficiaries, and other international organizations, as well as local and national authorities Provide weekly updates on grant implementation to the rest of the program team, utilizing the activity database, meetings and other tools Create and edit budgets for grant agreements in coordination of the Program Development Officer (PDO) and Field Officers (FO) Review and adjust grant budgets in consultation with the procurement team Ensure proper negotiation of the terms and conditions for Grants Under Contract (both cash and in-kind) Review and analyse budget estimates (for cash or in-kind grants) for allocability, reasonableness and consistency Ensure the proper preparation and execution of grant documents and grant disbursements consistent and compliant with United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and MSI requirements, procedures and best practices Track any changes in the financial needs of an activity and modify budgets as necessary using the activity database Complete excluded party verifications and Negotiation Memos Maintain accurate and timely program and grant documentation in electronic, hard copy and back-up copies, and ensure that completed grants are closed in a timely manner according to deadlines Support the M&E; Specialist with data collection, as needed, and with contributions to the final evaluation reports Review all grantee deliverables, with the support of the PDO, for the final approval by the Deputy Chief of Party-Operations (DCOP-O) for grant close out Have constant and close communication with the Program Team in anticipation of contingencies In coordination with the supervisor ensure that Grants has been managed in response to the Program needs This position reports to Grants Manager but works closely and coordinates with the Program Team Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in accounting or related field required A minimum of three years experience in grants or procurement roles on development projects Specific experience with USAID and OTI project is highly desirable Proven ability to maintain professional relationships with local counterparts, beneficiaries, contractors, suppliers, other international organizations, as well as local and national authorities Task and detail-oriented, with the ability to work independently and within a team to meet deadlines Excellent organizational skills and the ability to handle multiple priorities in a fast-paced environment Flexibility and ability to adapt easily to change Experience working in remote and complex areas Excellent communication skills are required as well as proactive problem-solving skills independently and with teams, a strong service orientation, and concise communication and emotional intelligence Ability to work effectively and collegially under pressure in a stressful environment and with colleagues from different backgrounds Fluency in English is an added advantage Reasonable Accommodations:MSI is dedicated to hiring an inclusive workforce. If you would like to request reasonable accommodations during the application process, please emailMSI.Dept.HRRecruiting@tetratechinc.onmicrosoft.comwith “Reasonable Accommodations” in the title. Our recruitment team looks forward to engaging in an interactive process to provide reasonable accommodations for candidates. Only candidates who have been selected for an interview will be contacted. No phone calls, please. MSI is an EEO/AA/ADA Veterans Employer. To apply: Please visit our website, www.msiworldwide.com Especialista de Subvenciones, Programa Colombia Transforma, Caucasia, Colombia. Perfil de la compañía: MSI, una compañía de Tetra Tech, es una compañía de desarrollo internacional en el área metropolitana de Washington, D.C. con una trayectoria de 35 años ayudando a proporcionar resultados en todos los países en desarrollo. Nuestra experiencia principal es en los campos de seguimiento y evaluación (M&E;), el desarrollo institucional, la gestión del sector público, la gobernabilidad y anti-corrupción. MSI ha implementado proyectos en 90 países, como Jordania, Kenia, Indonesia, Siria, Pakistán, Afganistán, Ucrania, Colombia, y México. Como una de las empresas líderes en nuestro campo, MSI ha trabajado con organizaciones de todos los sectores de desarrollo internacional con clientes que van desde grandes donantes bilaterales y multilaterales, como la USAID, el Banco Mundial y el PNUD a los gobiernos nacionales y locales, las ONG, centros de investigación, fundaciones y universidades. Para obtener más información sobre MSI, por favor visite nuestro sitio Web en www.msiworldwide.com. Resumen del Proyecto: El programa Colombia Transforma está dirigido a ayudar el gobierno colombiano instalar su propia flexible, y eficiente capacidad de respuesta rápida para victorias rápidas; iniciar la implementación de la paz en las geografías de seguridad nacional más importantes, y proporcionar asistencia técnica puntual y estratégica a los tres niveles de gobierno **Por favor tenga en cuenta: Solo los ciudadanos colombianos son elegibles para este cargo Resumen del Cargo: La posición de Especialista de Subvenciones estará en la oficina regional de Caucasia en Bajo Cauca y es parte del equipo de Subvenciones del Programa Colombia Transforma. Bajo la supervisión de la Gerente de Donaciones, esta posición es responsable de la revisión preliminar de posibles entidades beneficiarias; elaboración, negociación y seguimiento a los presupuestos de las actividades; elaboración de convenios, memorandos de negociación y modificaciones; elaboración de contratos de consultores bajo convenios y mantener actualizados y completos los archivos de cada actividad. Hacer seguimiento a la recepción y verificación de productos/informes o servicios e hitos. Mantener una comunicación regular con los beneficiarios y llevar a cabo visitas de seguimiento a sus instalaciones, asegurando que se cumplan con las condiciones de los convenios. Realiza los cierres de las actividades, asegurando que cada archivo subvención está completo y también proporciona soporte de seguimiento y evaluación de manera continua bajo las regulaciones de USAID. Contrato laboral a término fijo inicialmente por un año. Responsabilidades: Servir como enlace con las comunidades y/o contrapartes de entidades gubernamentales, en el área de subvenciones, ayudar al Oficial de Desarrollo de Programa (PDO) con el desarrollo de proyectos y orientar la ejecución de los proyectos Desarrollar y mantener relaciones amistosas, abiertas, y profesionales con las contrapartes locales, beneficiarias y otras organizaciones internacionales, así como las autoridades locales y nacionales Participar en las reuniones semanales donde presenta informes semanales de ejecución de la subvención para el resto del equipo del programa Revisar con el apoyo del PDO todas las entregas de los hitos/informes de los beneficiarios para la aprobación final por parte del director del Programa Elaborar y negociar los presupuestos de los convenios de donación en coordinación con el PDO y FO Seguimiento de los cambios en las necesidades financieras de una actividad y modificar los presupuestos según sea necesario utilizando la base de datos de la actividad Negociar los términos y condiciones para las subvenciones y la revisión y análisis de las estimaciones presupuestarias para subvenciones asignables, con razonabilidad y consistencia Garantizar el pleno cumplimiento de las políticas, prácticas y procedimientos relacionados con todos los aspectos de las subvenciones discutidos en el Manual de Actividades. Incluyendo procedimientos específicos relativos a conceder el desarrollo, la concesión de subvenciones, conceder la implementación, monitoreo y evaluación conceder y realizar el cierre Asegurar la preparación y ejecución de los documentos de subvención y los desembolsos de subvenciones consistentes y compatibles con USAID y los requisitos de MSI Completar verificaciones de las listas y bases de datos requeridos por USAID antes de adjudicar convenios y contratos Mantener la documentación de subvenciones en formato electrónico, en papel y las copias de respaldo, y asegurar que las donaciones completas y cerradas de manera oportuna de acuerdo con los plazos Apoyar la Especialista de M&E; con la recopilación de datos, y con contribuciones a los informes finales de evaluación Revisar todos los entregables del concesionario, con el apoyo del PDO, para la aprobación final por parte del Deputy Chief of Party-Operations (DCOP-O) para el cierre de la subvención Tener una comunicación constante y cercana con el Equipo del Programa en anticipación de contingencias En coordinación con el supervisor, asegúrese de que las subvenciones se hayan gestionado en respuesta a las necesidades del programa Esta posición informa al Gerente de Subvenciones, pero trabaja estrechamente y coordina con el Equipo del programa Competencias Contador o carreras relacionadas Tres años de experiencia con donaciones o adquisiciones en proyectos de USAID y con OTI es altamente deseable Conocimiento de donaciones y contratos bajo la regulación de USAID Habilidad de mantener relaciones profesionales con las contrapartes locales, beneficiarios, contratistas, proveedores, otras organizaciones internacionales, así como las autoridades locales y nacionales Habilidades de organización y alta capacidad de manejar múltiples prioridades en un entorno de ritmo rápido Alta orientación al detalle y capacidad de trabajar de forma independiente y en equipo Habilidades de organización y alta capacidad de manejar múltiples prioridades en un entorno de ritmo rápido Flexibilidad y alta capacidad de adaptación al cambio Experiencia trabajando en áreas remotas y complejas Excelentes habilidades de comunicación como destrezas y proactividad en solución de problemas en forma independiente y en equipo, orientación al servicio, comunicación asertiva e inteligencia emocional. Habilidad para trabajar en equipo bajo presión Dominio del Inglés es una ventaja Reasonable Accommodations: MSI is dedicated to hiring an inclusive workforce. If you would like to request reasonable accommodations during the application process, please email MSI.Dept.HRRecruiting@tetratechinc.onmicrosoft.com with “Reasonable Accommodations” in the title. Our recruitment team looks forward to engaging in an interactive process to provide reasonable accommodations for candidates. Solamente se contactarán a los candidatos que hayan sido seleccionados para una entrevista. Por favor no llamar. Para aplicar: www.msiworldwide.com PI120660259 Apply Here How to apply: Apply Here
Finance and Administration Manager
Country: France Organization: World Coalition Against the Death Penalty Closing date: 7 Jun 2020 The World Coalition Against the Death Penalty recruits a Finance and Administration Manager for a full time permanent position starting as soon as possible. The World Coalition Against the Death Penalty, an alliance of more than 160 NGOs, bar associations, local authorities and unions, was created in Rome on 13 May 2002. The aim of the World Coalition is to strengthen the international dimension of the fight against the death penalty. Its ultimate objective is to obtain the universal abolition of the death penalty. The World Coalition gives a global dimension to the sometimes isolated action taken by its members on the ground. It complements their initiatives, while constantly respecting their independence. Mission: 1/ Accounting and financial management Follow-up of banking operations and payment of invoices; Management and follow-up of cash, Paypal and bank accounts; General and analytical accounting (from accounting entry to balance sheet entry); Accounting closing of accounts in connection with the chartered accountant and the statutory auditor; Preparation of budgets in collaboration with the staff and the treasurer; Creation and management of dashboards (Coalition donors, payroll in particular); Management and monitoring of cash flow (short, medium and long term); Realization of internal financial reports in collaboration with the chartered accountant, the statutory auditor and the treasurer; Realization of financial reports to donors; Management and follow-up of audits of financial reports to donors; Financial management of missions in conjunction with the Director (Preparation of forms and their payment, others). 2/ Management and technical support of financial partnerships Management of financial partnerships with project members and partners; Creation of administrative and financial management tools; Internal training of the staff on the use of these tools; Training of members and financial partners on the use of these tools; 3/ Human resources management Preparation of the payroll in connection with the dedicated service provider; Payment of payroll, author and translation contracts; Management of trainees, lunch vouchers and paid leaves; Monitoring of social obligations with relevant institutions; Follow-up of social and employer declarations with the dedicated service provider. 4/ Support for the fundraising for the operations of the World Coalition Fundraising, especially for private funding, in collaboration with the staff and the treasurer; Preparation of budgets for all funding requests, in collaboration with the staff and the treasurer; Prospecting missions and meetings with potential donors, in collaboration with the Director. 5/ Support for the general coordination of the Coalition (Steering Committee and General Assembly) Participation in all statutory meetings (Steering Committee meeting every quarter and General Assembly every other year); Preparation of the financial reports for each meeting, in collaboration with the treasurer; Qualifications Training: Business School / Master 2 finance, management, MBA At least 7 years of professional experience, including experience in NGOs at headquarters and with partners in the field; and experience in direct management of grant contracts from public (European Union-DEVCO, AFD, etc.) and private donors (foundations, etc.) Expertise in French accounting system and management principles, knowledge of the SAGE-05C accounting software would be a plus Autonomy, rigor, ability to prioritize and to be pro-active, sense of responsibility Good interpersonal skills, ability to work in a team, ability to share information fluidly, ability to support partners worldwide Excellent command of Windows and Office (Word, Excel) Fluent in English and French; third working language would be preferable Conditions: Status: Full time permanent contract (CDI) under French law (Missions Locales and PAIO collective agreement), management position Remuneration: salary according to qualifications and experience (from €3,000 gross per month) Social benefit: 50% of the cost of the Parisian transportation, lunch vouchers worth 9 euros (60% paid by the employer), health insurance (50% paid by the employer), provident scheme Mobility: Travel in Europe and internationally to be planned Location: Montreuil (93) - France How to apply: To apply The application must be sent in English or French to the World Coalition by email at recrutement@worldcoalition.org (Ref: RAF2020) with: A cover letter A curriculum vitae Contact information for two references (please include full name, function, e-mail address and telephone number) We will consider applications on a rolling basis. The deadline to apply is 7 June 2020, midnight. Contract expected to start as soon as possible to allow for a transition period with the current Financial and Admin Manager. The World Coalition is signatory to the Charter of Diversity.
Nutrition and WASH Specialist, South Sudan Monitoring and Evaluation Support Project, South Sudan
Country: Sudan Organization: Management Systems International Closing date: 3 Jul 2020 Nutrition and WASH Specialist, South Sudan Monitoring and Evaluation Support Project, South Sudan Company Profile: MSI, a Tetra Tech Company, is a Washington, D.C. metro area international development firm with a 35-year history of delivering development results across the world. Our core expertise is in the fields of monitoring and evaluation (M&E;), institutional development, public sector management, peace and stability, governance and anti-corruption. MSI has implemented projects in 90 countries around the world such as Jordan, Kenya, Indonesia, Syria, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Ukraine, Colombia and Mexico. As one of the leading companies in our field, MSI has partnered with organizations across all sectors of international development to support clients ranging from large bilateral and multilateral donors such as USAID, the World Bank and the United Nations Development Program to national and local governments, nongovernmental organizations (NGOs), think tanks, foundations and universities. For more information on MSI, please visit our website at www.msiworldwide.com. Project Summary: The Monitoring and Evaluation Support Project (MESP) provides USAID/South Sudan with flexible, demand-driven technical, analytic, advisory, training, monitoring, evaluation, and related support services for performance measurement. The project includes monitoring and evaluation technical support to the Mission for performance management at all levels as well as support to assessments, analytical research, and related services required for new project designs, sector strategies, and broader strategic revisions. **Please note: Only South Sudanese citizens are eligible for this position Position Summary: The Nutrition and Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) Specialist will provide technical advice, assistance, and guidance to the United States Agency for International Development/ Office of U.S. Foreign Disaster Assistance (USAID/OFDA) office and implementing partners on issues related to Nutrition and WASH. The Nutrition and WASH Specialist will play a significant role in informing the Mission of implementation status and the context relevant to the performance across OFDA/South Sudan. The Nutrition and WASH Specialist will also play an integral role in the drafting, editing and overall quality control of Third-Party Monitoring reports, studies, and other MESP reporting deliverables related to nutrition and WASH. The position reports directly to the Deputy Chief of Party (DCOP). This is a long-term technical assistance (LTTA) position based in Juba, South Sudan. Responsibilities: Advise OFDA and implementing partners on all technical aspects of nutrition and WASH ensuring an effective approach to achieving milestones and suggest ways to improve performance, particularly regarding program performance Conduct monitoring visits to determine the extent to which OFDA implementing partners have due diligence in place to provide oversight to the use of OFDA resources Support and provide oversight on data collection, compile reports on performance and convene adaptive learning sessions with the Mission as required Make recommendations to address nutrition and WASH concerns and inform the OFDA strategy for future emergency interventions in regions of South Sudan Build capacity of Community Monitors on monitoring and reporting nutrition and WASH activities implemented by OFDA implementing partners Support data quality assessments including spot-checks for relevant nutrition and WASH activities upon OFDA request Provide day to day operational and program support to all Nutrition and WASH monitoring activities including managing budget resources evaluation monitoring visits as well as assist and support the team with field logistics and meeting arrangements Work with field and community monitors to review and provide technical information and consolidate reports from field monitors into succinct technical narrative reports Ensure that technical narrative reports have graphic enhancements, such as tables and graphs that succinctly relay data and its analysis, photos and other visual aids Support the development of tools, such as power point presentations, to further disseminate findings, conclusions and recommendations in a format that is user-friendly and suitable for collaboration, learning and adaptation Qualifications: Bachelor's degree or advanced degree required in a field relevant to nutrition/WASH and program management such as Public Health, Nutrition and International Development A minimum of three years of experience in nutrition, WASH and monitoring and evaluation Experience using computer/data analysis software including Microsoft office suite, Adobe Creative Suite, and database management systems Demonstrated experience with emergency response, and disaster mitigation programming Knowledge of the social, political and economic factors affecting rural populations in South Sudan Experience in recovery and disaster mitigation in post-conflict settings Experience in carrying out field work in South Sudan preferred Excellent interpersonal skills, including the ability to work well with field-based, local staff via telephone and e-mail Language capability relevant to conducting interviews with the ethnic groups targeted by the activities of the project Reasonable Accommodations: MSI is dedicated to hiring an inclusive workforce. If you would like to request reasonable accommodations during the application process, please email MSI.Dept.HRRecruiting@tetratechinc.onmicrosoft.com with “Reasonable Accommodations” in the title. Our recruitment team looks forward to engaging in an interactive process to provide reasonable accommodations for candidates. Only candidates who have been selected for an interview will be contacted. No phone calls, please. MSI is an EEO/AA/ADA Veterans Employer. To apply: Please visit our website, www.msiworldwide.com PI120660250 Apply Here How to apply: Apply Here
Food Security Specialist, South Sudan Monitoring and Evaluation Support Project, South Sudan
Country: Sudan Organization: Management Systems International Closing date: 3 Jul 2020 Food Security Specialist, South Sudan Monitoring and Evaluation Support Project, South Sudan Company Profile: MSI, a Tetra Tech Company, is a Washington, D.C. metro area international development firm with a 35-year history of delivering development results across the world. Our core expertise is in the fields of monitoring and evaluation (M&E;), institutional development, public sector management, peace and stability, governance and anti-corruption. MSI has implemented projects in 90 countries around the world such as Jordan, Kenya, Indonesia, Syria, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Ukraine, Colombia and Mexico. As one of the leading companies in our field, MSI has partnered with organizations across all sectors of international development to support clients ranging from large bilateral and multilateral donors such as USAID, the World Bank and the United Nations Development Program to national and local governments, nongovernmental organizations (NGOs), think tanks, foundations and universities. For more information on MSI, please visit our website at www.msiworldwide.com. Project Summary: The Monitoring and Evaluation Support Project (MESP) provides USAID/South Sudan with flexible, demand-driven technical, analytic, advisory, training, monitoring, evaluation, and related support services for performance measurement. The project includes monitoring and evaluation technical support to the Mission for performance management at all levels as well as support to assessments, analytical research, and related services required for new project designs, sector strategies, and broader strategic revisions. **Please note: Only South Sudanese citizens are eligible for this position Position Summary: The Food Security Specialist will provide technical advice, assistance, and guidance to the program office, technical teams and implementing partners on issues related to food security and livelihoods. The Food Security Specialist will play a significant role in informing the Mission of implementation status and the context relevant to the performance across the USAID/Food for Peace (FFP) South Sudan portfolio. The Food Security Specialist will also play an integral role in the drafting, editing and overall quality control of Third-Party Monitoring reports, studies, and other MESP reporting deliverables related to Food Security and Livelihoods. The position reports directly to the Deputy Chief of Party (DCOP). This is a long-term technical assistance (LTTA) position based in Juba, South Sudan. Responsibilities: Provide technical guidance on program implementation through monitoring visits in accordance to FFP requirements Advise FFP and Implementing Partners on all technical aspects of Food Security ensuring an effective approach to achieving milestones and suggest ways to improve performance, particularly regarding program performance Conduct monitoring visits to determine the extent to which FFP Implementing Partners have due diligence in place to provide oversight to the use of FFP resources Support and provide oversight on data collection, compile reports on performance and convene adaptive learning sessions with the Mission as required Make recommendations to address Food Security concerns and inform the FFP strategy for future emergency interventions in food insecure regions of South Sudan Build capacity of Community Monitors on monitoring and reporting Food Security activities implemented by FFP implementing partners Provide day to day operational and program support to all Food Security monitoring activities including managing budget resources evaluation monitoring visits as well as assist and support the team with field logistics and meeting arrangements Provide technical support in preparation of evaluation and assessment related Scope of Work (SOWs) for studies requested by the Mission Work with field and community monitors to review and provide technical information and consolidate reports from field monitors into succinct technical narrative reports Ensure that technical narrative reports have graphic enhancements, such as tables and graphs that succinctly relay data and its analysis, photos and other visual aids Support the development of tools, such as power point presentations, to further disseminate findings, conclusions and recommendations in a format that is user-friendly and suitable for collaboration, learning and adaptation Qualifications: Bachelor's degree or advanced degree required in a field relevant to Food Security and Food Aid program management such as agriculture and international development A minimum of three years of experience in food security and monitoring and evaluation Experience using computer/data analysis software including Microsoft office suite, Adobe Creative Suite, and database management systems Have demonstrated experience with emergency response, and disaster mitigation programming, vulnerable group feeding and/or food for asset methodologies Knowledge of the social, political and economic factors affecting the livelihoods and food security of rural populations in South Sudan Experience in recovery and disaster mitigation in post-conflict settings Experience in carrying out field work in South Sudan preferred Excellent interpersonal skills, including the ability to work well with field-based, local staff via telephone and e-mail. Language capability relevant to conducting interviews with the ethnic groups targeted by the activities of the project Reasonable Accommodations: MSI is dedicated to hiring an inclusive workforce. If you would like to request reasonable accommodations during the application process, please email MSI.Dept.HRRecruiting@tetratechinc.onmicrosoft.com with “Reasonable Accommodations” in the title. Our recruitment team looks forward to engaging in an interactive process to provide reasonable accommodations for candidates. Only candidates who have been selected for an interview will be contacted. No phone calls, please. MSI is an EEO/AA/ADA Veterans Employer. To apply: Please visit our website, www.msiworldwide.com PI120660162 Apply Here How to apply: Apply Here
Consultancy: Legal analysis of sex discrimination in CRVS laws and practice, Child Protection, PD - NYHQ, Req #532038
Organization: UN Children's Fund Closing date: 18 Jun 2020 UNICEF works in some of the world’s toughest places, to reach the world’s most disadvantaged children. To save their lives. To defend their rights. To help them fulfill their potential. Across 190 countries and territories, we work for every child, everywhere, every day, to build a better world for everyone. And we never give up. BACKGROUNDUnder the Convention on the Rights of the Child, every child has the right to a nationality, to be registered at birth, and to preserve her or his identity. These rights are also central safeguards to protect a child from being rendered stateless. A stateless person is someone “who is not considered as a national by any State under the operation of its law,” according to the Convention Relating to the Status of Stateless Persons. Children that are stateless start life at a disadvantage. They are more likely to be denied access to education, healthcare, documentation, movement and a range of other rights. If they have inherited their statelessness from their parents, they are also likely to have been born into a situation of disadvantage. There are many reasons and circumstances why and how children can be stateless – for example conflict of States nationality laws, succession by States, arbitrary deprivation of nationality, inheritance of statelessness, and gender discrimination in laws and practice. In fact, gender discrimination in nationality laws and in civil registration and vital statistics laws, policies and practice are a root cause of childhood statelessness - children may be unable to acquire the nationality of their mother or their father rendering them stateless. While gender discrimination in nationality laws is generally understood as a cause of childhood statelessness, such discrimination in civil registration and vital statistics laws and practices as a cause of statelessness has received less attention. Civil registration is the recording of all life events in an individual’s lifetime, namely birth, marriage, divorce and death. Birth registration is the process by which a child’s birth is recorded in the civil register by the authorized civil registration authority, as part of a state’s Civil Registration and Vital Statistics (CRVS) system. It provides the first legal recognition of the child and provides a ‘legal identity’. The right to be registered at birth is linked to the right to a nationality. Birth registration documents the facts of a child’s birth, and these facts determine which nationality rules apply and therefore which nationality a child receives. Lack of birth registration can therefore create a barrier to obtaining nationality or recognition as a citizen. Gender discrimination in the context of birth registration is masked by reporting that there is no statistically significant difference in registration rates by gender globally, with only 8 out of 94 countries showing a lower coverage for girls than for boys. Yet, gender discrimination which legally prevents or deters mothers from being able to register the birth of her child or the underreporting of female births is extensive. Many civil registration laws make it harder for women to register the birth of their child, and in many cases practices may be discriminatory. Examples include only fathers being allowed to register births; only the births of children of male nationals can be registered; requirements to present a marriage certificate; requirements for the father to be present if a child is born out of wedlock; and requirements for the father to be married to the mother to register a child. Terms of Reference / Deliverables Expected Result 1. Inception Report is available.Based on initial consultation and discussion with UNICEF and UNHCR prepare a draft Inception Report (4-6 pages) that outlines an agreed conceptual framework and methodology, proposed timeline for deliverables, and proposed key informants for consultations. The Inception Report will be considered a living document that can be updated regularly to adapt to the evidence/information that is gathered and analysed and new and relevant key informants. UNICEF and UNHCR will share an initial proposed outline of the technical paper at the start of the assignment, which will be finalized in consultation with UNICEF and UNHCR. Expected Result 2. Mapping and Literature Review completed and consultations with key informants completed and documented. a) Conduct a desk-based mapping and literature review of existing research on gender discrimination and national civil registration and vital statistics laws (10-12 pages). UNICEF and UNHCR will provide any available materials, including a rapid literature mapping conducted in February 2020. It is expected that the mapping and literature review will inform the proposed key informants list as well as contribute to a working list of ‘gender discriminatory practices’ that can be further investigated for inclusion in the final report. b) Conduct consultations with key informant consultations to gather relevant laws and information about practices and document consultations. Expected Result 3. Technical paper is available.Based on Results 1-2, a technical paper (up to 12,500 words excluding annexes) will conduct a legal analysis of all countries with gender discriminatory provisions in civil registration and vital statistics laws. The technical paper should aim to provide an evidence-backed number of countries where such gender discrimination exists in law. If this is not feasible, then it should consolidate examples of provisions in law that exist with a view to providing recommendations to and best practices to remove such barriers. To the extent possible, the paper should also include country examples of systematic gender discriminatory CRVS practices (i.e., discrimination in practice as opposed to discrimination in law) as well as best methods implemented to address them. These are of secondary importance, however, and it is not expected that the paper will be comprehensive with respect to gender-discriminatory practice. Qualifications: Master’s Degree or equivalent in Social Sciences or Law or a related technical field is a minimum requirement A minimum of 10 years’ relevant experience civil registration and vital statistics, birth registration, or directly relevant field, at national and international levels. Strong conceptualization, legal research and analytical and writing skills. Hands-on experience in collecting and analysing qualitative data. Strong understanding of gender, birth registration and childhood statelessness. Knowledge of the UN’s human rights, gender equality and equity agendas and application in child protection programming is strongly preferred. Commitment and willingness to work in a challenging context by distance and ability to produce quality work under limited guidance and supervision. Good communication and people skills; ability to communicate with various stakeholders and to express ideas and concepts concisely and clearly in written and oral form. Fluency in English is mandatory and fluency in French is highly desirable. Requirements: Completed profile in UNICEF's e-Recruitment system and provide Personal History Form (P11) Upload copy of academic credentials Financial proposal that will include: Your daily/monthly rate (in US$) to undertake the terms of reference (can be downloaded here: https://www.unicef.org/about/employ/index_consultancy_assignments.htmlo travel costs and daily subsistence allowance, if internationally recruited or travel is required as per TOR. o Any other estimated costs: visa, health insurance, and living costs as applicable. Indicate your availability - Any emergent / unforeseen duty travel and related expenses will be covered by UNICEF.- At the time the contract is awarded, the selected candidate must have in place current health insurance coverage. - Payment of professional fees will be based on submission of agreed satisfactory deliverables. UNICEF reserves the right to withhold payment in case the deliverables submitted are not up to the required standard or in case of delays in submitting the deliverables on the part of the consultant. U.S. Visa information:With the exception of the US Citizens, G4 Visa and Green Card holders, should the selected candidate and his/her household members reside in the United States under a different visa, the consultant and his/her household members are required to change their visa status to G4, and the consultant’s household members (spouse) will require an Employment Authorization Card (EAD) to be able to work, even if he/she was authorized to work under the visa held prior to switching to G4. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted and advance to the next stage of the selection process For every Child, you demonstrate… UNICEF’s core values of Care, Respective, Integrity, Trust and Accountability. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted and advance to the next stage of the selection process. UNICEF is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce, and encourages all candidates, irrespective of gender, nationality, religious and ethnic backgrounds, including persons living with disabilities, to apply to become a part of the organization. UNICEF has a zero-tolerance policy on conduct that is incompatible with the aims and objectives of the United Nations and UNICEF, including sexual exploitation and abuse, sexual harassment, abuse of authority and discrimination. UNICEF also adheres to strict child safeguarding principles. How to apply: UNICEF is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce, and encourages qualified female and male candidates from all national, religious and ethnic backgrounds, including persons living with disabilities, to apply to become a part of our organization. To apply, click on the following link http://www.unicef.org/about/employ/?job=532038
Consultancy: Learning & Reflection - Crisis Response Fund
Country: South Africa Organization: CIVICUS Closing date: 5 Jul 2020 Consultancy: Learning & Reflection - Crisis Response Fund Context: The Crisis Response Fund (CRF) at CIVICUS is part of the Lifeline Embattled CSO Fund, a consortium of 7 civil society organizations issuing two types of grants: Advocacy grants: designed to support partners to implement advocacy activities in the face of a recent crisis or emerging opportunities to open up civic space, particularly in issues related to freedom of assembly and association. Resiliency grants: designed to support civil society organizations to implement proactive activities around improving their resiliencies and ability to mitigate against threats, rather than be reactive. Importantly, while recognizing the critical issues faced by the LGBTI community, the Lifeline grants do not cover this thematic area because of our sister grant, Dignity for All, a consortium of CSOs working to respond to civic space issues for the LGBTI community. We work closely with Dignity for All and refer partners who need resourcing to them in light of our own limited funding. Normally, the Lifeline grants do not cover Freedom of expression issues (i.e. the targeting of journalists, bloggers or those detained or harassed for expressing their opinions) but in light of the COVID-19 pandemic the Lifeline consortium CSOs have expanded their criteria to allow for funding for freedom of expression restrictions for covering the COVID-19 pandemic and ensuing surveillance, detainment and harassment of journalists, bloggers and activists online. Lastly, Freedom House and Frontline Defenders are the only two consortium members who are able to grant to individual activists needing emergency assistance. All other consortium members, including CIVICUS, provide subgrants to organizations, movements or collectives of civil society actors - these do not need to be formal or registered. The CRF offers funding for a limited time period (3-6 months) with grants averaging US$10000,00 for individual CSOs/movements and US$20000,00 for consortia. On average the CRF gives 5-6 grants per quarter (up to 24 grants per year, sometimes more). There are also no geographic restrictions on access to the CRF and the team relies on translation software to engage with partners based in other countries. The CRF team has identified as key targets for its resourcing: grassroots, women- and youth-led, “informal”, and protest movements. Regional diversity is also an important objective of the team. The scope of the Crisis Response Fund, along with its protocol is available at www.civicus.org/crf. Needs Assessment: As the Crisis Response Fund plans for the next 3 years of implementation, critical gaps and opportunities have emerged that can enhance our subgranting and support to partners. Much of this work has been done internally to refine certain systems, including clear defining of roles, improving outreach to grassroots partners, and effective grant tracking. However, there remains a need to: Conduct an annual review of the subgranting of the CRF, including: Collecting survey data from recipients of the CRF from June 2019 to June 2020 to assess how responsive the CRF team has been to the needs of partners; Analyzing narrative reports and applications received in this period to track emerging trends in civic space from subgrant recipients and assess whether there is a gap between the projects funded and the emerging trends in the applications; Interview select subgrantees, CRF team members, and select CIVICUS staff to expand on the findings in exercises (a) and (b); Collate findings into an reflection report for the period concerned; Finalize report, including layout and design and copy-editing following final comments from CRF Leal and; Develop suggestions on how such an annual reflection process can be institutionalized. Suggested days required: 30 working days Review internal systems for grant-management life cycle, including: Reviewing all existing systems from receipt of applications to closure of the grant to identify strengths, weaknesses and opportunities; and Recognizing the sensitive nature of the data with which the team works, make recommendations on how to improve these systems for more effective grantmaking. Suggested days required: 10 working days An additional, desirable activity includes: Identifying 3-4 examples of exemplary grants implemented by partners that may offer guidance to prospective applicants (language and diversity is critical here) Develop multimedia case studies (video, infographics, core tools), with consent of partners, for profiling on the CRF webpage. Review with individual human rights defenders on how effective the referral process has worked to other sister mechanisms, like Dignity for All. Suggested days required: 10 working days How to apply: How to apply: Consultants are requested to submit: Full Curriculum Vitae Proposed outline of methodology to carry out consultancy, including timeline Proposed consultancy daily rate Three professional references, with at least one from a past consultancy assignment Applications are due by 5 July 2020; please submit applications to jobs@civicus.org with subject line “Consultancy: Learning & Reflection - Crisis Response Fund” The maximum total consultancy offer is US$4400.00 Applicants must have necessary permission to legally work in South Africa. **
DIRECTEUR NATIONAL SOS Villages d’Enfants Niger
Country: Niger Organization: SOS Children's Villages International Closing date: 16 Jun 2020 Fondée en 1949, SOS Villages d’Enfants International est une Organisation Internationale de développement social qui œuvre dans 135 pays à travers le monde, dans le but de satisfaire les besoins et de protéger les droits des enfants vulnérables. SOS Villages d’Enfants est implantée au Niger depuis 1993, et dépend administrativement du Bureau International Région WCNA basé à Dakar. CE QUE NOUS REPRESENTONS SOS Villages d’Enfants s’engage à créer et à maintenir un environnement protecteur qui promeut ses valeurs fondamentales et empêche l’abus et l’exploitation des enfants. Nous condamnons fortement toute forme de violence et d’exploitation des enfants, tant à l’intérieur qu’à l’extérieur de notre organisation, et répondons de manière appropriée à tout abus prouvé ou présumé et à toute tentative d’abus. Nous développons des mécanismes pour sensibiliser, prévenir, encourager le signalement et faciliter la réaction. Nos actions peuvent aller de mesures de développement du personnel comme la formation et le conseil jusqu’à des mesures comme la suspension. Missions Placé sous la supervision directe du Représentant SOS Villages d’Enfants International, le Directeur National, dirige les activités de l'organisation en tant qu’autorité exécutive. Il a pour principales responsabilités de : S’assurer que des services de qualité sont fournis aux enfants, jeunes, familles et communautés tout en respectant la vision, la mission et les valeurs de l'organisation. Rechercher l’autonomie financière de l’organisation, par la collecte de fonds. S’assurer de la mise en œuvre et du respect dans le pays des politiques, des directives, des normes et standards de l’organisation dans tous les domaines d’activités. Objectif général du poste Diriger les processus de planification stratégique/de positionnement de l’Association Nationale pour garantir la pérennité et la pertinence du travail de l’Association nationale. Garantir l’efficacité opérationnelle de tous les programmes et garantir la qualité de prise en charge de l'enfant conformément aux standards définis par l'organisation. Assurer une gestion effective et durable des ressources financières et autres ressources de l’Association Nationale. Développer la capacité de l’Association Nationale en ressources humaines de manière à assurer sa croissance et sa stabilité à long terme Garantir le solide ancrage local en développant l'intégration locale de l'Association et en assurant sa reconnaissance à tous les niveaux. Renforcer l’affiliation à la Fédération SOS Villages d’Enfants International à travers la participation et la contribution aux processus internationaux (par exemple partage des connaissances, stratégie, politiques, renforcement de capacité …). Promouvoir et gérer la bonne image de l’organisation à la fois en interne et en externe, en utilisant nos valeurs, standards et directives comme base pour façonner la marque. Garantir l’implantation des standards de SOS-KDI approuvés. {0>Strategic planning:<}0{>Qualifications Master en management, gestion des entreprises, gestion de projets, ou en sciences économiques. Au moins 8 ans d'expérience comme cadre supérieur d'une organisation de grande taille, de préférence une ONG internationale (disposer d’au moins 5 années d’expériences à un poste de direction serait un grand atout). Expérience dans un ou plusieurs des domaines opérationnels suivants: management, gestion des ressources humaines, finances, marketing, services sociaux, gestion de l'éducation, développement communautaire. Solides connaissances en gestion financière ; gestion des ressources humaines (connaissances pratiques); gestion du cycle de projet - planification, mise en œuvre, suivi et évaluation; gestion du changement Expérience / connaissances en collecte de fonds Maitrise de la langue française et bonne connaissance de l’anglais. Bonne connaissance des logiciels MS Office (Word, Excel, Powerpoint, etc.). Expérience ou formation solide en protection de l’enfance Compétences en communication / présentation écrites et orales Disponibilité à voyager à l’intérieur, et à l’extérieur du pays. Aptitudes Innovation, créativité, flexibilité et prise d’initiatives. Pro activité et capacité de s’adapter au changement. Forte capacité de planification, d’organisation, de résolution de problèmes et de prise de décisions. Capacité de communication et de négociation. Capacité de gestion du temps. Capacité de gestion des conflits et des situations d’urgence. Capacité à conseiller et à coacher. Aptitude prouvée à manager une équipe, à définir une direction stratégique claire, à motiver les collaborateurs et à créer des opportunités pour leur développement. Honnêteté et éthique. Collaboration: motivé pour travailler avec les autres, capable de créer des partenariats et des réseaux internes et externes. Aptitudes à travailler dans un environnement multiculturel et de solides en respectant la diversité et le genre. Communication: ; capacité à communiquer efficacement avec les partenaires et le personnel à tous les niveaux; capacité à représenter l'organisation à l'extérieur. Nous offrons: Un salaire et des avantages compétitifs. Un environnement de travail stimulant. L’opportunité de travailler pour une ONG internationale reconnue et respectée Lieu du poste: Niamey, Niger How to apply: Pour soumettre votre candidature, envoyer une lettre de motivation adressée au Représentant de SOS Villages d’Enfants International avec : Un CV actualisé Trois (03) références professionnelles Une lettre de motivation indiquant les prétentions salariales et le délai de disponibilité Ils doivent être envoyés par email, à l’adresse suivante: Jobs.iorwcaf@sos-kd.org Délai de dépôt des dossiers de candidature: 16 Juin 2020 NB : Les candidatures féminines sont fortement encouragées En accord avec notre politique relative à la protection des enfants, tout emploi dans l’organisation est soumis à la vérification des antécédents et du casier judiciaire.
Conseiller en Sécurité - République Centrafricaine (RCA)
Country: Central African Republic Organization: Danish Refugee Council Closing date: 14 Jun 2020 Le Conseil Danois pour les Réfugiés/Danish Refugee Council (DRC) recrute actuellement un Conseiller en Sécurité et Sureté Humanitaire expérimenté et hautement qualifié afin d’assurer la sécurité du personnel de DRC et afin d’assurer l’accès humanitaire des opérations et programmes de DRC en République Centrafricaine. A propos de DRC Le Conseil Danois pour les Réfugiés (DRC) est une organisation internationale non gouvernementale Danoise, qui promeut et met en place des solutions durables aux problèmes rencontrés par les réfugiés et les personnes déplacées dans le monde entier. DRC est présent dans plus de 30 pays en conflit dans le monde aidant les populations déplacées à travers la construction d’abris, la fourniture de nourriture, la mise en place d’activités génératrices de revenus, l'aide juridique et une large gamme d'autres services de protection. A propos de DRC en RCA DRC est l'une des plus grandes ONGI en République Centrafricaine, travaillant dans trois régions (Ouham, Ouham-Pendé, Ombella-M'Poko) avec 2 bases et 1 sous-base en plus d'un bureau en capitale (Bangui) avec un portefeuille de projets portant sur différents secteurs. La stratégie programmatique pour l’année 2020 est axée autour des trois secteurs suivants : protection, relance économique et moyens d'existence, et réponse d'urgence aux besoins immédiats liés aux déplacements de populations. A propos du poste Objectif général du poste Le Conseiller en Sécurité et Accès sera responsable du développement et de la mise en œuvre du système de gestion des risques de sécurité (SRMS) pour DRC, et ce, en étroite collaboration avec le directeur pays et le responsable de la sécurité régional de DRC. Le conseiller en Sécurité et Accès se concentrera sur les défis liés à l'accès humanitaire, au dialogue avec les belligérants tout en soutenant la direction et les Chefs de Base dans l'amélioration de l'accès et de l'acceptation dans tous les domaines d'intervention. Reporte à : Responsable hiérarchique : Directeur Pays Superviseur technique : Responsable Sécurité et Sureté Régional Postes reportant au poste : Supervision hiérarchique: Les membres de l’équipe sécurité de Bangui Supervision Technique : les référents sécurité sur le terrain Responsabilités principales du poste: Afin d’atteindre les objectifs du poste, le conseiller en sécurité et en accessibilité effectuera les tâches suivantes et assumera les responsabilités suivantes: Superviser le développement et la mise en œuvre du processus SRM · Assurer une veille stratégique des développements spécifiques aux zones d’intervention de DRC; superviser l'évaluation des niveaux de sécurité et fournir des recommandations au directeur pays pour approbation · Conseiller les chefs de base et autres parties prenantes internes sur les stratégies de gestion de la sécurité · Aider à l'élaboration/mise à jour des plans de sécurité spécifiques aux zones d’intervention de DRC et réaliser cette mise à jour pour Bangui, y compris les règles locales de sécurité (LSR); Procédures d'utilisation normalisées (SOP); Plans de contingence (PC); Mesure d’atténuation des risques et les Normes minimales de sécurité d'exploitation (MOSS) ; Définition des lignes rouges · Soutenir la mise en œuvre des plans de gestion de la sécurité et d'autres fonctions connexes au niveau des bases et l’implémenter pour Bangui; et aider/proposer à la mise en œuvre des plans de formation du personnel, y compris la fourniture et la hiérarchisation des modules de formation Faciliter l'accès au programme et assurer sa continuité en fournissant des conseils fiables · Fournir des analyses régulières, des statistiques et des rapports sur les principaux développements dans le pays · Produire des analyses et évaluations adaptées à la présence de DRC en RCA de manière régulière et sur demande, sur des domaines, thèmes, problèmes ou scénarios spécifiques à DRC · Construire un réseau avec tous les belligérants et développer une stratégie pour améliorer l'acceptation de DRC sur le terrain · Tenir un registre des négociations et des développements liés à l'accès et à l'espace humanitaire · Travailler en collaboration avec les équipes programmes pour assurer que les actions entreprises sur le terrain favorisent l’acceptation de DRC, tout en assurant des limites bien précises aux comportements négatifs · Établir et maintenir un réseau de contacts dans tout le pays · Maintenir et mettre à jour le dispositif de suivi des incidents et fournir une analyse des tendances / modèles · Fournir des conseils d'évaluation et de sécurité sur l'élaboration et la mise en œuvre du programme, y compris les évaluations de programme · Identifier les scénarios potentiels, les indicateurs de changement et les points de décisions clés Représenter DRC RCA dans les forums inter-organisations en ce qui concerne les questions de sécurité, sureté et accès humanitaire · Agir comme point focal pour la coordination de la sécurité entre les acteurs concernés dans la zone d'opérations · Assister à la coordination de la sécurité des ONG, à l'ONU et à d'autres forums externes pertinents; · Établir un réseau de contacts et représenter DRC lors des réunions de sécurité. Sensibilisation à la sécurité du tout le personnel (consultants et partenaire d’exécution) et renforcement des capacités du personnel de sécurité et sureté · Fournir des séances d'information et de sensibilisation sur la sécurité opérationnelle et une orientation à tous les nouveaux employés et aux visiteurs · Réaliser les briefings sécurité et sureté des nouveaux employés, en sensibilisant particulièrement le nouveau personnel international sur les risques spécifiques en RCA ainsi que sur les normes et les comportements culturels spécifiques · Former le personnel de sécurité national à la livraison des modules de formation à la sécurité et à la sureté · Former le personnel terrain aux comportements à adopter lors de situation sécuritaire · Organiser et coordonner la prestation de la formation en sécurité personnelle (PST), au besoin Gestion des incidents et des crises et réponse · Soutenir la mise en place du Groupe de Gestion des Incidents lors de crise (IMT) · Supporter la direction et coordonner la gestion pratique des d'incidents critiques ou des crises · Élaborer/renforcer le plan de gestion des incidents critiques au niveau des pays · Aider à la gestion des incidents de sécurité et fournir des rapports d'incidents opportuns et précis et des rapports de réflexion sur l'action une fois l’incident terminé Assurance de la qualité des politiques, protocoles, procédures et règlements relatifs à la sécurité : · Auditer trimestriellement le MOSS de tous les domaines de programme (mensuel s'il y a lieu) · Gérer et former les gardiens · Évaluer la mise en œuvre des protocoles et des règlements de protection physique et des actifs; · S'assurer que les contrôles d'accès appropriés sont en place pour toutes les installations de DRC · Effectuer des évaluations régulières du site et donner des conseils sur les mesures d'atténuation Agir en tant que point focal pour l'achat et l'installation d'équipements, d'installations et d'autres ressources liés à la sécurité · Tenir une liste des fournisseurs et des prix des équipements liés à la sécurité · Aider les logisticiens et les administrateurs dans l'approvisionnement, la livraison et le contrôle de l'équipement de sécurité · Agir en tant que point focal pour les systèmes de télécommunications, y compris les radios et les téléphones par satellite Expérience et compétences demandées pour le poste Au moins 2 années d'expérience professionnelle antérieure sur un poste ayant la responsabilité de la sécurité, sûreté et accès humanitaire au niveau national ou international et au moins 5 ans d’expérience dans le domaine humanitaire Expérience en gestion de la sécurité des ONGI avec une capacité avérée à développer et mettre en œuvre des protocoles et des systèmes efficaces et contextualisés Expérience antérieure en tant que formateur/ instructeur/ enseignant et expérience avérée dans la prestation de formations liées à la sécurité sont un atout Expérience confirmée de la collecte d'information, de l'analyse et de la rédaction de rapports Expérience et aptitude avérée à mener et à produire des évaluations de risques de sécurité de haute qualité (SRA) Expérience confirmée en analyse et gestion des incidents critiques Capacité à faire preuve de souplesse et à faire preuve d'une approche novatrice en matière de gestion des risques liés à la sécurité Expérience de travail dans des milieux multiculturels Expérience antérieure et connaissance du contexte local en Afrique centrale sont un atout Maitrise des outils informatiques (Microsoft Word, Excel et PP) Très bonnes aptitudes à la planification et compétences organisationnelles Compétences avérées en communication (bonne capacité d’écoute, positive, favorable, claire, constructive et accessible) à la fois écrite et verbale Aptitudes au leadership, capacités d'apprendre rapidement et très bonnes aptitudes à s'adapter au changement Volonté de travailler les heures nécessaires pour respecter les délais et capacités à travailler sous pression Désir de travailler dans un environnement d'équipe collaboratif et proactif, tout en étant capable de travailler de façon autonome Aptitude avérée à travailler efficacement avec un minimum de supervision; aptitude avérée à hiérarchiser les tâches et à respecter les délais Caractère stable et robuste, esprit d'équipe avec un bon sens de l'humour DRC attend de ses collaborateurs de démonter les 5 compétences clés suivantes « Excellence» : Atteinte des résultats tout en assurant la qualité du travail « Collaboration» : impliquer toutes les parties prenantes et encourager des retours «Initiative»: prendre l’initiative tout en étant innovant « Communication» : écouter et parler efficacement et honnêtement « Intégrité» : agir en adéquation avec les valeurs et la vision de DRC Conditions d’emploi Date de début du contrat: ASAP Durée du contrat: 1 an (12 mois) Type de contrat: CDD Poste non accompagné Lieux d’affectation/de travail: Bangui, RCA avec nombreux déplacements terrain Salaire: F1 – pour plus d’information sur les salaires merci de vous rendre sur drc.ngo à la section "Vacancies". How to apply: Les candidats doivent envoyer un CV et une lettre de motivation en français (le tout ne devant pas dépasser 4 pages maximum) et postuler directement sur le site internet de DRC à la section «vacancies». Les candidatures envoyées par e-mail ne sont pas acceptées et ne seront pas prises en considération ou via le lien ci-dessous : https://candidate.hr-manager.net/ApplicationInit.aspx?cid=1036&ProjectId;=159128&DepartmentId;=19106&SkipAdvertisement;=true Date de clôture de l’annonce: le vendredi 14 juin 2020 à minuit. SI vous rencontrez des problèmes avec votre candidature sur le site de DRC merci de contacter: job@drc.dk Pour plus d’information sur le Conseil Danois pour les Réfugiés /DRC) merci de consulter notre site web : drc.ngo.
Senior Accountant
Country: Kenya Organization: Vétérinaires Sans Frontières Germany Closing date: 19 Jun 2020 Vétérinaires Sans Frontières Germany (VSF Germany) is a non-profit organization that has been working in the Greater Horn of Africa since 1998. VSF G’s headquarter is in Berlin with a regional office in Nairobi, Kenya. VSF G is legally registered and operates in Ethiopia, Kenya, Somalia, South Sudan, Uganda and Sudan. VSF G works with people whose livelihoods is based or closely linked to livestock, namely: pastoral and agro-pastoral communities, and service providers in the livestock sector including fisheries, apiculture, local authorities and partners. VSF Germany seeks to recruit a well rounded, qualified and well experienced Senior Accountant to be part of the Regional Office Support team. The initial contract will be for 12 months with possibility of extension dependant on performance and/or funding. This position is designed to have very regular field travels across the Horn of Africa and sometimes to very remote areas. The post holder will undertake the following duties/responsibilities: Key responsibility areas include, but are not limited to: Grant Management support in all country programs of operation Capacity building of country finance personnel Oversee accounting data management. Oversee proper and efficient cash management Prepare donor reports Person Requirements/qualifications At least a degree in accounting or related discipline from a recognized institution. Qualifications as a Certified Public Accountant is mandatory At least 5 years’ hand-on experience in similar position. Experience working with Non-Governmental Organization(s) will be an added advantage, Computer literacy with good command in Microsoft office a must Excellent negotiation and communication skills. Must have worked in at least two of the six countries (Kenya, Uganda, South Sudan, Sudan, Somalia and Ethiopia Knowledge of any accounting software is an added advantage. Navision/ Dynamic 365 BC more desired. Ability to work in a diverse team, impartiality and able to work under strict deadlines. How to apply: Interested and qualified candidates should submit an application letter and CV plus 3 names of referees (one of them being their immediate supervisor) with their full contacts to: via email address to HR & Administration, VSF Germany, recruitment@vsfg.org. Include the current and expected remuneration package. Indicate the job Title ‘SENIOR ACCOUNTANT’ on the subject line. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted for interviews. Closing date for receiving applications is Friday, 19th June 2020, before 16:00 pm**.** NOTE: VSF Germany does not charge any kind of fee at whichever stage of the recruitment process and does not act through recruitment agents**
Roster of Mixed Migration Centre Specialists
Organization: Danish Refugee Council Closing date: 24 Jun 2020 INTRODUCTION ABOUT MMC The MMC is a global network consisting of seven regional hubs and a central unit in Geneva engaged in data collection, research, analysis and policy development on mixed migration. The MMC is a leading source for independent and high-quality data, research, analysis and expertise on mixed migration. The MMC aims to increase understanding of mixed migration, to positively impact global and regional migration policies, to inform evidence-based protection responses for people on the move and to stimulate forward thinking in public and policy debates on mixed migration. The MMC’s overarching focus is on human rights and protection for all people on the move. Read more about the MMC here: www.mixedmigration.org. The MMC is part of the Danish Refugee Council. OBJECTIVE All hubs within the MMC network regularly work with consultants (independent consultants and/or consultancy companies) to conduct specific research assignments on mixed migration, as well as for editing and graphic design of publications. To fast-track procurement processes and ensure access to highly qualified professionals, experts on mixed migration and editors and graphic designers, MMC aims to establish a roster of Mixed Migration Centre specialists. MMC invites interested consultants to submit their bid to this tender in order to be placed on the roster. This roster will be exclusive to the MMC network and all its regional hubs in Amman, Bogota, Copenhagen, Dakar, Geneva, Nairobi, Tunis and Yangon. FOCUS The roster will be divided in three lots. Further information and requirements per lot is provided below. · Research (lot 1) · Copy-editing (lot 2) · Graphic design (lot 3) Bidders are asked to clearly indicate in their bid for which lot they are applying. Bidders will need to quote a daily and an hourly basis for each lot they are bidding. Two separate envelopes should be submitted for the Technical and Financial proposal as described in the Invitation to Bid (ITB) and according to DRC procurement policies. Parties interested to bid in more than one slot should clearly separate technical documentation requested in separate envelopes, as it can result to disqualification of bid. LOT 1 RESEARCH FOCUS While the focus of each study will vary, the MMC focuses on a number of common themes relevant to mixed migration. These key themes are listed in Annex G. Bidders will need to clearly indicate their expertise on any these themes using the annex provided with this Statement of Works.** GEOGRAPHICAL FOCUS MMC currently focuses on the following geographical areas: · Asia (primarily Central, South and South-East Asia & Pacific) · Europe · Middle East · East Africa & Yemen · North Africa · West Africa · South/Central America Bidders will need to clearly select their geographical area of interest, using Annex G – Bidder’s Questionnaire. Each questionnaire should refer to one LOT only. Bidder’s participating in more than one LOT should submit separate questionnaires for each LOT. METHODOLOGIES Research assignments employ a variety of methodologies, including desk research, key-informant interviews, semi-structured interviews with refugees and migrants, focus group discussions and analysis of 4Mi data (http://www.mixedmigration.org/4mi/). Bidders will need to clearly indicate their expertise with different methodologies using the annex provided with this Statement of Works. DELIVERABLES Deliverables will differ per assignment, but usually include: · a brief inception document, including a more detailed research approach, preliminary bibliography and data sources, list of proposed key informants to be interviewed and interview tools. · A concise research paper or report, written in clear English language, strictly adhering to the MMC editorial guidelines and publishable upon completion. TIMELINES & TRAVEL The timeline for research assignments varies and can be anything between short desk research assignments (approximately 10 days), rapid research deployments including field research or longer (3-4 months) research studies. Consultancies may or may not include travel. Detailed arrangements are included in the contract for each assignment. CONSULTANT QUALIFICATIONS Mandatory · A degree in Law, Social Sciences, International Relations, Migration or any other related area of study** · At least three years of professional experience on matters relating to (mixed) migration · Proven track record of at least three publications (max. 15 pages each) on (mixed) migration · Excellent communication and networking skills; flexible attitude · Fluency in written and spoken English Optional · Previous (field) experience working with NGO or UN organisations an asset · Experience with quantitative data analysis an asset · Good understanding of regional legal and policy frameworks relating to migration · Fluency in other languages are strong advantages. French or Spanish are requirements in specific regions · Previous successful collaboration with the MMC a strong asset LOT 2 COPY-EDITING PURPOSE In principle, most MMC research reports and papers are copy-edited before publication. Editors will work with MMC regional hubs and MMC Geneva to ensure high quality reporting and a common style. Editors selected for the roster can be recruited for individual small assignments or longer-term agreements for a range of publications in various MMC regions. TASKS · Technical editing: fact-checking and providing comments on broad structure, key arguments and suggest additional references where required. · Copy-editing of entire documents. · Harmonizing and checking of all footnotes. · Providing headings, sub-titles, selection of pull-out quotes, or key messages where relevant · Proof-reading final copies. CONDITIONS The editor will adhere to the MMC in-house editorial guidelines as well as specific suggestions and guidance from relevant MMC staff involved in the writing process. The number of reports or papers selected editors will work on is undecided at this stage. All editing work will be home-based consultancy; no travel is required. All other costs, including those related to communication, should be included in the professional fees. The editor will be acknowledged on a personal basis in all research reports and papers. QUALIFICATIONS, SKILLS & EXPERIENCE Mandatory · At least three years of professional experience in communication and editing · Strong analytical and writing skills in English · Experience with editing and proofreading NGO and UN reports in at least three samples (max 15 pages each) submitted with the bid · Strong ability to synthesize complex documents into key messages as shown in the submitted work samples · Excellent communication and networking skills; flexible attitude as demonstrated in the cover letter Optional · A clear understanding of mixed migration an asset · Previous successful collaboration with MMC and familiarity with the MMC style are strong assets. · Background in human rights/protection and knowledge of international law an asset LOT 3 GRAPHIC DESIGN PURPOSE AND TASKS All MMC written publications are designed in line with the MMC in-house style guide. On a case by case basis, MMC will need a graphic designer for the lay-out of written output. The tasks of the graphic designers may include: · Full and high quality lay-out of MMC research reports, papers, quarterly mixed migration updates and 4Mi snapshots in line with the consistent style. · Development of bespoke graphics, tables, maps etc. for the MMC website or other publications · Development of PowerPoint presentations · Development of visibility materials (e.g. flyers, banners, etc.). Graphic designers selected for the roster can be recruited for individual small assignments or longer-term agreements for a range of assignments. The work of the graphic designer will be guided by the MMC in-house style guide in addition to suggestions and direction from relevant MMC staff associated with each product. QUALIFICATIONS, SKILLS & EXPERIENCE Mandatory · Minimum 3 years professional experience in lay-out and design of publications, as demonstrated in at least three submitted work samples (max. 15 pages each) · Strong design skills. Experience in using various Design software (e.g. InDesign, Illustrator) · Strong ability to visualize complex messages, data into maps, graphs, tables, etc. as shown in submitted work samples · Excellent communication skills; flexible attitude as demonstrated in the cover letter · Creative, pro-active, ability to develop new ideas to improve the design of MMC products as demonstrated in the cover letter Optional · Previous successful collaboration with MMC and familiarity with the MMC style are strong assets. REPORTING ARRANGEMENTS, PROCESS AND APPLICATIONS (for all Lots) REPORTING ARRANGEMENTS All assignments are implemented in close cooperation with the relevant MMC hub. Consultants will report to the head/coordinator of the MMC hub, unless otherwise specified. PROCESS In order to submit a technical bid, please refer to the document ‘RFP-DK-CPH-2020-004’ and sections A. ADMINISTRATIVE EVALUATION for the documents to be submitted and section V. SUBMISSION OF BIDS for instructions on how to submit the bid. Selected consultants that are qualified based on the criteria set out in this Statement of Works will sign a Purchase Agreement with DRC for a duration of 24 months initially, with the possibility of two extensions of 12 months each. Once there is a specific assignment, DRC will reach out to rostered consultants for a price confirmation, and, potentially, submission of a detailed technical proposal, for the specific assignment, upon which DRC will chose which out of the rostered consultants that will be contracted. The Purchase Agreement does not bind DRC to sign a contract for a specific assignment. Need further information? For more details on this position please contact: Roberto Forin (roberto.forin@mixedmigration). Do not send your technical bid to Roberto Forin, as it may lead to disqualification. For any other enquiries related to this ITB please contact: anna.loizou@drc.ngo For further information about the Danish Refugee Council, please consult our website www.drc.ngo For further information about MMC, visit www.mixedmigration.org. How to apply: Please refer to the following link: https://drc.ngo/relief-work/procurement-in-drc 28-05-2020: Invitation to Bid for Roster of Mixed Migration Centre Specialists ITB Reference No.: RFP-DK-CPH-2020-004
RE-ADVERTISEMENT: Chief of Health, Dhaka, Bangladesh Country Office, P-5
Country: Bangladesh Organization: United Nations Population Fund Closing date: 17 Jun 2020 The Position: The Chief of Health is located in the Bangladesh Country Office (CO) and reports directly to the UNFPA Representative and leads a dynamic and large SRHR team providing strategic oversight and technical leadership and direction for overall management and administration in the development, planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of UNFPA’s SRHR related interventions within the Country Programme and UNSDCF while closely working with Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, UN agencies and NGO/CSOs, both at the central and local levels, including in emergency settings. The Chief of Health also leads UNFPA’s advocacy and knowledge management efforts for the health sector in the country, especially for the areas related to SRHR. As the head of the component, s/he directs, leads, manages, and develops a team of professional and support staff based in both the capital and districts, to achieve the strategic goals and objectives of the SRHR component of the country programme, also by effectively coordinating with other units within the UNFPA country office. The Chief of Health also contributes to partnership building for resource mobilization and for strengthening synergies with other partners, including UN agencies, bilateral and multilateral donors, and NGO/CSOs, in areas related to SRHR where UNFPA has primary responsibility and/or comparative advantages. As a senior member of the office, the Chief of Health participates in the country management team and may serve as the Officer-in-Charge of the office. How you can make a difference: UNFPA is the lead UN agency for delivering a world where every pregnancy is wanted, every childbirth is safe and every young person's potential is fulfilled. UNFPA’s new strategic plan (2018-2021), focuses on three transformative results: to end preventable maternal deaths; end unmet need for family planning; and end gender-based violence and harmful practices. In a world where fundamental human rights are at risk, we need principled and ethical staff, who embody these international norms and standards, and who will defend them courageously and with full conviction. UNFPA is seeking candidates that transform, inspire and deliver high impact and sustained results; we need staff who are transparent, exceptional in how they manage the resources entrusted to them and who commit to deliver excellence in programme results. Job Purpose: Bangladesh has 169 million populations with 1.1% annual growth. Population density is high with 1,103 persons per sq. km. Bangladesh is also one of the most disaster prone countries in the world, ranking fifth 0n the World Risk Index 2012. The country is exposed to high vulnerability to hazards, calamities related to climate change and natural disasters. Bangladesh has been the host country for an increasing Rohingya refugee crisis since August 2017. As of January 2019, over 900,000 stateless Rohingya refugees reside in 34 extremely congested camps in Ukhiya and Teknaf Upazilas of Cox’s Bazar district. The Government has consistently enacted progressive laws and policies that focus on expanding the rights of women and young people and has made significant progress in achieving socioeconomic development. However, maternal mortality is still high (176 per 100,000 live births in 2015.) and each year more than 5,200 women die due to complications during pregnancy or childbirth due to acute shortage and uneven distribution of health workers, insufficient coverage and poor quality of emergency obstetric and newborn care. Sixty-two per cent of women still give birth at home; 58 per cent without skilled birth attendance. Yet health receives only 4.1 per cent of the government budget, with high out-of-pocket expenditures. UNFPA has been supporting Government of Bangladesh to provide critical sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) services and information since 1974. The current 9th country programme started from 2017 for four years. The current sexual and reproductive health and rights component aims to increase institutional capacity to deliver integrated and equitable sexual and reproductive health services, including sexually transmitted infections and HIV, in development and humanitarian contexts, including health sector response to GBV and repair and treatment services for fistula survivors. The country programme evaluation and preparations of 10th country programme to align with Government’s development plan are ongoing. UNFPA is also providing life-saving sexual and reproductive health and rights and gender-based violence prevention and response care to Rohingya refugees, leading the SRH and GBV sub-sectors coordination, and responding to incidents of GBV by deploying trained volunteers to administer mental health and psycho-social support to survivors, and safe spaces for women and girls. Requirements: Qualifications and Experience Education: Advanced university degree in Public Health (preferably with a focus on maternal health), medicine, sociology, health systems/economics, or other field directly related to the substantive area identified in this job description. Knowledge and Experience: · Ten (10) years of increasingly responsible professional experience in the substantive area, of which seven (7) years at the international level · Strong track record of technical leadership and proven ability to lead and manage large, complex programme team and produce demonstrable results with shared visions and goals · Proven experiences in sexual and reproductive health and rights, including family planning, midwifery, EmOC are essential and understanding of health economics/health financing, human rights and gender equality dimensions of SRH/FP is desirable · Demonstrated ability to refine programme design to ensure alignment of strategic plan/programme, national priorities in UNDAF and CP development · Experiences in national/local health systems and health sector review/reform, especially SWAPs, RBM are an asset · Strong verbal and written communications skills, advocacy and presentation skills, and excellent communications and inter-personal skills are essential, in engaging partners at a high level of representation and fostering and maintaining political/technical partnerships · Initiative, strong conceptual and analytical abilities, sound judgment, liaison skills, negotiation skills, administrative and management skills, organizational skills, and interpersonal skills. Languages: Fluency in English is required. Working knowledge of another UN language an asset. How to apply: Please apply through our website: https://www.unfpa.org/jobs/re-advertisement-chief-health-dhaka-bangladesh-country-office-p-5-0#
Syria - Country Director
Country: Syrian Arab Republic Organization: COOPI - Cooperazione Internazionale Closing date: 22 Jun 2020 COOPI is looking for a Country Director in Syria COOPI is currently implementing these projects: Food Security/WASH/PSS integrated approach programme in Eastern Ghouta (ECHO-funded); PSS activities and Protection services in Eastern Aleppo (UNHCR-funded). COOPI is aiming at extending its programme with particular focus to its commitment in the Food Security/Livelihood and Protection sectors. Negotiations in progress with several donors. We encourage international staff already in the country to apply. Specific context COOPI is based in Damascus and working in coordination with SARC (MOU signed in August 2016). COOPI was one of the first INGOs working in FSL in Eastern Ghouta after the March/April 2018 crisis. The FSL are aiming to bring first assistance (hot meals distribution) and resilience empowering (e.g. gardening and poultry) by an integrated approach (with PSS and WASH). In Eastern Aleppo COOPI is managing together with partners a satellite centre delivering PSS activities and it’s about to activate one more. Main Responsibilities The Country Director: provides leadership and strategic direction of COOPI’s operations in Syria, in collaboration with the Regional Coordinator; is responsible for the implementation and development of the country programme in line with COOPI’s organisational and country strategy, policies and procedures; is also responsible for the management and capacity building of the staff, securing donor funding and represents the organisation to the government, donors, and other appropriate bodies – including clusters, UN agencies and the media. In particular, s/he is responsible of the following activities: Strategy and planning s/he verifies and proposes to the Regional Coordinator the intervention priorities to consolidate the organization’s opportunity to be more involved in the country; s/he contributes to the definition of the country strategy in collaboration with the Regional Coordinator and proposes the country planning (projects and coordination). Programme extension s/he coordinates the elaboration, writing and documents’ preparation for presenting new projects, referring to the Regional Coordinator and the headquarters support offices. Economic and financial management s/he is responsible for the country’s economic result; s/he supervises the financial management in collaboration with the Country Administrator and ensures – through the administrative function – that all financial reporting deadlines and donor/COOPI’s procedures are respected; s/he participates to the projects/coordination budget preparation ; s/he has the signature for all COOPI’s bank accounts in the country. Country office management s/he is responsible for all different aspects related to the country office management: economic and financial situation, local regulations, office organization charts, logistics, local and expatriate personnel management, in conformity with the organization’s guidelines; s/he guarantees the respect of the country’s legislation and administrative regulation. Safety s/he is responsible for the expatriate staff security, for the correct implementation and respect of the general security rules. Staff management s/he is responsible for the local staff management; s/he participates and supports the Regional Coordinator and the Human Resources office in the selection of the expatriate staff; s/he coordinates and monitors the country’s expatriate staff management; s/he is responsible to supervise the preparation of projects reports and all the monitoring documents requested by the central headquarters and by the donors. Requirements Essentials Advanced degree in International Education, International Development, Health and Nutrition or a related field or equivalent work; Minimum 5 years' experience in the humanitarian field and in a similar position, with a track record of success and results achieved; Experience of working on one or more among the main donors: ECHO, UNHCR, AICS, OCHA, USAID-FFP and WFP; Experience of working within an insecure environment with responsibility for security planning, monitoring and management; Proficiency in written and spoken English; Computer literacy, with high proficiency in the use of standard office software applications (e.g. Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint). Soft skills Ability to organize a mission in a comprehensive way (logistics, programme, reporting, staff management); Ability to organize work efficiently and deliver assignments in a timely manner often under time constraints; Ability to conduct sectorial analysis and to understand and transform into possible proposal the policies and strategies of the donors; Strong analytical and practical problem-solving skills; Very good inter-personal and writing communication skills; Institutional relations management and cultural context understanding. Others Knowledge of Arabic; Previous experience with an international humanitarian NGO in a similar context. We reserve the right to close the vacancy prior to the application closing date, once a sufficient number of applications have been received. How to apply: https://coopi.org/it/posizione-lavorativa.html?id=3579&ln;=
Mauritania - Chef/fe de Mission
Country: Mauritania Organization: COOPI - Cooperazione Internazionale Closing date: 22 Jun 2020 COOPI recherche un/e Chef/fe de Mission en Mauritanie Description du poste Assurer le bon déroulement des activités de COOPI en Mauritanie en coordonnant les ressources humaines, financières et matérielles mises à disposition pour l’exécution des actions, et la représenter auprès de toutes institutions. Le/La titulaire du poste sera basé/e à Nouakchott dans la base/résidence de COOPI. La situation sécuritaire dans la ville et en général dans le pays est considérée stable. Des déplacements à l’intérieur du Pays sont prévus, dans le cadre de l’activité de monitoring. Equipe expatriés : 3 Responsable hiérarchique : Area Manager HQ Fourchette salaire/Indemnité : Proportionnelle formation et expérience spécifique Nous encourageons le personnel international présent dans le pays à postuler. Responsabilités Représentation représenter l’organisation à tous les niveaux vis-à-vis des bailleurs, partenaires et autorités ; superviser les procédures pour l’obtention/renouvellement de la reconnaissance juridique de l’organisation par les autorités compétentes ; superviser les procédures pour l’obtention des facilitations/exonérations fiscales vis-à-vis des bailleurs et autorités ; participer aux réunions de l’**intercluster** à niveau national ; participer aux réunions de coordination humanitaires ; participer aux réunions de présentation des stratégies/des appels à proposition des bailleurs. Gestion stratégique préparer le document de stratégie de la mission COOPI au pays, et assurer sa pertinence par rapport aux stratégies des bailleurs, en accord avec la stratégie générale de COOPI ; gérer le budget (planification et suivi) de la mission COOPI au pays ; superviser et vérifier le déroulement des projets, assurer la gestion et l’archivage de la documentation officielle de chaque projet (en dur et électronique) aussi que sa transmission périodique au siège ; assurer la mise à jour des procédures de gestion de COOPI au pays: règlement et annexes, grilles salariales du personnel National en accord aux lois locales, plans de sécurité, code de conduite,etc ; contribuer à l’**identification**, en collaboration avec les Chargés de Programmes des opportunités d’intervention et de partenariats, et élaborer des fiches synthétiques de projet et d’évaluation des risques pour soumission au siège ; analyser les informations concernant les bailleurs et préparer des profiles bailleurs ; rechercher et transmettre au siège les appels à proposition nationaux et internationaux ; assurer la qualité technique (pertinence, respect des procédures, etc.) et la cohérence et viabilité budgétaire des nouvelles propositions de projet et des avenants des projets en cours. Coordination gestion projets assurer la qualité des projets en cours et la bonne gestion des budgets, en collaboration avec le Coordonnateur Administratif, les Chefs de projet et les Focal Point ; valider et transmettre les rapports techniques et financiers aux bailleurs, en respectant les procédures et les échéances prévues par les contrats ; assurer la bonne gestion de la mission moyennant la planification des besoins financiers, logistiques, en ressources humaines ; assurer le respect des procédures COOPI et des bailleurs en matière de gestion des projets ; assurer la consolidation du capital de connaissances à travers le fluxe d’informations, le partage des connaissances et le développement des capacités des ressources humaines. Gestion des ressources humaines planifier les besoins en staff international et national et sa couverture budgétaire sur la totalité de la mission : préparer les Termes de Références du personnel expatrié, actualiser les fiches de budget relatives, assurer la formation sur place et le débriefing au niveau locale des expatriés, assurer la mise en place des plans de formation du personnel national ; gérer l’équipe expatriée : superviser l’organisation du travail dans le respect des rôles prévus par l’organigramme, superviser l’élaboration et le respect des plans de travail de chaque RH, autoriser les plans de congé, assurer le processus d’évaluation au niveau local à partir de l’identification des objectifs ; récolter et analyser les besoins en formation du staff expatrié et national. Gestion sécurité assurer l’**application des plans de sécurité** et leur élaboration et/ou actualisation ; être le point focal pour la collecte des informations sécuritaires avec le support du coordinateur logistique. Profil du candidat Essentiels Formation universitaire ou postuniversitaire en économie du développement, gestion, sciences sociales ou autres profils pertinents ; Expérience minimum 5 ans dans la gestion de projets dans contextes à sécurité précaire ou post-conflit ; Excellente connaissance du Cycle de projet ; Maîtrise des procédures des principaux bailleurs (Commission Européenne, USAID, UN, ECHO etc.) ; Connaissance et expérience écriture projets et budget; Excellente connaissance de la langue française ; Excellente connaissance du paquet MS Office. Compétences transversales Forte sens de l’organisation, capacité de prise de décisions en autonomie, responsabilité ; Très bonne attitude au problem-solving et polyvalence ; Forte leadership et diplomatie ; Capacité de travailler sous pression et gestion du stress ; Capacité de travailler dans un environnement multiculturel avec des personnalités très différentes ; Excellente capacité de travailler en équipe et par objectifs. Souhaitables Connaissance et expérience méthodologie de suivi et évaluation ; Bonne connaissance de la langue anglaise. COOPI se réserve la possibilité de clore un recrutement avant la date d’échéance de l’annonce. Merci de votre compréhension. How to apply: https://coopi.org/en/job-position.html?id=3545&view;=2
RCA - Chef/fe de Mission
Country: Central African Republic Organization: COOPI - Cooperazione Internazionale Closing date: 22 Jun 2020 COOPI recherche un/e Chef/fe de Mission en RCA Contexte Depuis 1974 COOPI travaille en RCA pour un développement harmonieux et complet, en faveur tant des individus que des communautés locales. En ce qui concerne les secteurs d’intervention, l'engagement vis-à-vis des réalités locales a encouragé COOPI à établir des plans et à implémenter des projets de développement dans le domaine social, économique, sanitaire, environnemental et de la formation. Les situations de conflit ont amené à la décision de se faire charge de projets d'urgence et de réhabilitation, qui sont aujourd'hui devenus un autre secteur spécifique d’intervention dans le Pays. Grâce à la présence consolidée et constante, ainsi qu’aux relations avec les institutions, les organisations non gouvernementales et les communautés locales, COOPI est reconnue comme un des points de référence pour la coopération internationale en RCA. Nous encourageons le personnel international présent dans le pays à postuler. Objectif général Assurer le bon déroulement des activités de COOPI en RCA en coordonnant les ressources humaines, financières et matérielles mises à disposition pour l’exécution des actions, et la représenter auprès de toutes institutions. Responsabilités Stratégie et Vision consolider la présence de COOPI au pays en proposant des mises à jour du plan de stratégie pays au siège, en formulant aussi un plan opérationnel pour la coordination et les nouvelles initiatives ; coordonner les études de faisabilité et tout autres études inhérents ; assurer la rédaction des nouvelles propositions de projet en s'appuyant sur son staff. Géstion de Ressources Humaines production de draft des TdR et éventuelle participation à interviews ; assurer l'**insertion** du nouveau staff expat ; représenter le premier interlocuteur institutionnel pour tous expatriés ; fournir les évaluations périodiques et finales du staff expat ; en collaboration avec l'administrateur pays, gérer les ressources humaines nationales en ce qui concerne : la politique contractuelle, le recrutement, les sanctions, l'avancement. Supervision financière et administrative superviser la gestion des ressources financières et la trésorerie générale, en assurant la tenue de la gestion financière globale du pays et des projets, avec une particulière attention pendant les phases de programmation et/ou reformulation budgétaire et contractuelle ; superviser l'analyse de couts généraux et assurer leur couverture financière. Coordination et Supervision coordonner en termes programmatiques, organisationnels et d’accompagnement les activités des différents services de la coordination pays, en assurant la couverture d'éventuelles absences ou carences d'un service ; s'assurer que la maintenance et les inventaires soient régulièrement réalisés, tant au niveau de la capitale que des différentes bases ; superviser la service de la logistique en collaborant avec son responsable et l'éventuel appui de consultants techniques afin de renforcer le système de communication et de gestion informatique ; superviser l'activité de récolte de bibliographie interne des laion et publication documents par secteur déjà confiée à l'assistant à la coordination ; superviser le bureau Programmes, ainsi assurer le bon fonctionnement du système de monitoring (M&E;) des activités au niveau des projets et de la coordination, soit du point de vue opérationnel que gestionnaire, à travers les outils existant, un programme de visites périodiques dans les bases, réunions mensuelles avec les responsables des projets, en fournissant l’appui/conseil nécessaire pour améliorer l'implémentation des activités et l'aboutissement aux résultats attendus ; capitaliser pour chaque secteur d'intervention les recommandations et “lesson learnt” issues de différentes expériences de projet, des évaluations internes et externes (où l'assistant à la coordination a un rôle à jouer, M&E;) et des audits. Sécurité participer aux rencontres relatives et collectant les informations relatives à la sécurité ; rédiger une synthèse mensuelle d'**analyse sur la sécurité** au pays et dans les zones d'intervention, à l'attention des collègues et du siège ; susciter des réunions périodiques avec le staff pour évaluation de l'état sécuritaire ; le cas échéant, activer un comité d'alerte et coordonner les actions nécessaires en s'appuyant sur la coordination logistique. Relations externes, networking représenter l’Organisation au pays, en soignant les relations institutionnelles avec gouvernement,société civile, autorités locales, bailleurs de fonds, agences internationales et toutes ONG ; participer aux réunions thématiques sur le terrain et en capitale en fonction de priorité du projet ; définir et proposer au siège, un plan annuel pour la communication et visibilité, en assurant le respect des principes de l'organisation. Profil du Candidat Essentiels Expérience significative en gestion de Coordination Pays (organisationnelle et économique) ; Maîtrise du Français ; Respect des valeurs/mission COOPI. Compétences/expériences spécifiques Expérience significative en gestion et/ou M&E; des projets ; Expérience dans la gestion du staff expat et national ; Expérience dans la conception et rédaction de projets de développement et urgence ; Capacité dans la rédaction de correspondance institutionnelles ; Capacité humaine et de médiation dans les relations avec le staff ; Capacité relationnelle et à inter-réagir avec les interlocuteurs externes et internes à l'organisation en gardant son rôle institutionnel ; Connaissance de l'administration et logistique ; Bonne maîtrise des logiciels courants. Compétences transversales Sens de l’organisation ; Capacité à gérer le stress, habilité à motiver et accompagner les équipes dans un contexte d’urgence ; Excellente capacité d‘écoute, de négociation et de communication ; Leadership positive pour gérer et motiver un staff vers l'objectif ; Orientation résultat, sens de l’amélioration, créativité, initiative. Atout Conaissance de la langue anglaise. COOPI se réserve la possibilité de clore un recrutement avant la date d’échéance de l’annonce. Merci de votre compréhension. How to apply: https://coopi.org/it/posizione-lavorativa.html?id=3015&ln;=
Commercial Development Officer
Country: United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland Organization: Crown Agents Closing date: 30 Jun 2020 About the role MAIN JOB PURPOSE As Commercial Officer within the Commercial Development Office, you will report to the Deputy Commercial Director, supporting the department assess the commercial value of opportunities, develop costings and prepare Commercial proposals. When not working on a specific bid, you will undertake research, develop written content and tools and support the work of the commercial team to improve our bidding process and win rate. MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES OF JOB Assist with qualifying leads by developing Rough Order of Magnitude estimates Develop project budgets and definitive estimates Prepare detailed bid costings Write commercial response and financial methodology for commercial proposals Assist with the revision of costings and commercial proposals during contract negotiation process Actively participate as member of bid teams to the development of compelling, commercially sound responses to client tenders Contribute to the continuous review and development of the commercial bid development process Build knowledge and experience through working with colleagues, developing networks, communicating widely, and attending internal and external events. Be aware of and adhere to company quality standards and procedures in accordance with Crown Agent’s commitment to working to the highest quality standards and striving for continual improvement Any other duties as appropriate to the position, as requested. About you QUALIFICATION Qualified to degree level or equivalent work experience ideally, in areas such as business, business development, finance, Accounting, International development, MBA. Excellent use of Microsoft Office applications, specifically Excel EXPERIENCE Previous experience in the consulting industry Ideally, minimum 5 years’ experience in preparing high value commercial proposals ideally in international development Previous experience in developing International Development bids for large donors such as DfID and the EU highly desirable Experience in developing bid proposal and building budget in different thematical areas such as UN, GAVI, WHO, World Bank, CIDA, any Foundations etc. is highly desirable About us As Commercial Officer within the Commercial Development Office, you will report to the Deputy Commercial Director, supporting the department assess the commercial value of opportunities, develop costings and prepare Commercial proposals. When not working on a specific bid, you will undertake research, develop written content and tools and support the work of the commercial team to improve our bidding process and win rate. About what's on offer Crown Agents offers a competitive benefits package. How to apply: Apply Here
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