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Programme Management Assistant (Temporary Job Opening) [Temporary]
Level : G-6Job ID : 138014Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : United Nations Logistic BaseDuty Station : BRINDISIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 8/3/2020Deadline : 8/9/2020
SUPPLY CHAIN BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE OFFICER
Level : P-4Job ID : 138574Job Network : Logistics, Transportation and Supply ChainJob Family : Logistics and Supply ChainDepartment/Office : Rosters Administered by Department of Operational SupportDuty Station : Field LocationsStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 8/3/2020Deadline : 9/2/2020
SUPPLY CHAIN BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE OFFICER
Level : P-3Job ID : 138578Job Network : Logistics, Transportation and Supply ChainJob Family : Logistics and Supply ChainDepartment/Office : Rosters Administered by Department of Operational SupportDuty Station : Field LocationsStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 8/3/2020Deadline : 9/2/2020
ENGINEERING ASSISTANT (Temporary Job opening) [Temporary]
Level : G-6Job ID : 138768Job Network : Logistics, Transportation and Supply ChainJob Family : EngineeringDepartment/Office : United Nations Logistic BaseDuty Station : BRINDISIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 8/3/2020Deadline : 8/16/2020
Associate Programme Management Officer [Temporary]
Level : NO-2Job ID : 138923Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : United Nations Human Settlements ProgrammeDuty Station : NAIROBIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 8/3/2020Deadline : 8/12/2020
Assistant Programme Management Officer [Temporary]
Level : NO-1Job ID : 138927Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : United Nations Human Settlements ProgrammeDuty Station : NAIROBIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 8/3/2020Deadline : 8/12/2020
INTERN - Space Law and Policy, Committee, Policy and Legal Affairs Section [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 138952Job Network : LegalJob Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Office for Outer Space AffairsDuty Station : VIENNAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 8/3/2020Deadline : 8/16/2020
INTERN - Programme Management, Office of the Director [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 138976Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Office for Outer Space AffairsDuty Station : VIENNAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 8/3/2020Deadline : 8/16/2020
INTERN - Programme Management (Space Sustainability & Public Information), Office of the Director [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 138977Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Office for Outer Space AffairsDuty Station : VIENNAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 8/3/2020Deadline : 8/16/2020
INTERN - Public Information (Graphic Design) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 139139Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Management Strategy, Policy and Compliance Enterprise Resource Planning ProjectDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 8/3/2020Deadline : 9/1/2020
Information Systems Officer (Business Analyst) Two Positions
Level : P-3Job ID : 139147Job 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 : 8/3/2020Deadline : 9/16/2020
Information Systems Officer (Systems Analyst)
Level : P-3Job ID : 139149Job 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 : 8/3/2020Deadline : 9/16/2020
INTERN - SOCIAL SCIENCES [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 139202Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Economic and Social AffairsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 8/3/2020Deadline : 2/2/2021
Child Protection Officer [Temporary]
Level : P-3Job ID : 139208Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Human Rights AffairsDepartment/Office : Department of Peacekeeping OperationsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 8/3/2020Deadline : 8/9/2020
Intern - Administration [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 139221Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Operational SupportDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 8/3/2020Deadline : 8/18/2020
INTERN - ADMINISTRATION [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 139318Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Office on Drugs and CrimeDuty Station : LA PAZStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 8/3/2020Deadline : 8/16/2020
Computer Information Systems Assistant (Software Developer)
Level : G-6Job ID : 139327Job Network : Information and Telecommunication TechnologyJob Family : Information Management Systems and TechnologyDepartment/Office : United Nations Office at ViennaDuty Station : VIENNAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 8/3/2020Deadline : 9/1/2020
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT
Level : FS-4Job ID : 139333Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : AdministrationDepartment/Office : United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in MaliDuty Station : BAMAKOStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 8/3/2020Deadline : 8/16/2020
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT [Temporary]
Level : FS-4Job ID : 139339Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : AdministrationDepartment/Office : United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in MaliDuty Station : BAMAKOStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 8/3/2020Deadline : 8/17/2020
Humanitarian Affairs Officer (Access/Civil-Military Coordination) - (TJO) [Temporary]
Level : P-3Job ID : 139362Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Humanitarian AffairsDepartment/Office : Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian AffairsDuty Station : PEMBAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 8/3/2020Deadline : 8/9/2020
Public Information Officer, TJO [Temporary]
Level : P-3Job ID : 139366Job Network : Public Information and Conference ManagementJob Family : Public InformationDepartment/Office : Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian AffairsDuty Station : CARACASStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 8/3/2020Deadline : 8/23/2020
Senior Programme Management Assistant
Level : G-7Job ID : 139197Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : Department of Economic and Social AffairsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 8/1/2020Deadline : 8/30/2020
Staff Assistant
Level : G-5Job ID : 138485Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : AdministrationDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : BANGKOKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/31/2020Deadline : 8/29/2020
Political Affairs Officer [Temporary]
Level : P-3Job ID : 138985Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Political AffairsDepartment/Office : Office for Disarmament AffairsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/31/2020Deadline : 8/6/2020
ASSOCIATE RADIO PRODUCER (Kiswahili Unit) [Temporary]
Level : P-2Job ID : 139214Job Network : Public Information and Conference ManagementJob Family : Public InformationDepartment/Office : Department of Global CommunicationsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/31/2020Deadline : 8/7/2020
NURSE
Level : G-6Job ID : 137727Job Network : ScienceJob Family : MedicalDepartment/Office : United Nations Office at NairobiDuty Station : NAIROBIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/30/2020Deadline : 8/28/2020
Senior Programme Management Officer [Temporary]
Level : P-5Job ID : 138646Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : AdministrationDepartment/Office : Department of Operational SupportDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/30/2020Deadline : 8/5/2020
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT
Level : G-5Job ID : 138729Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : AdministrationDepartment/Office : United Nations Peacekeeping Force in CyprusDuty Station : NICOSIAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/30/2020Deadline : 8/28/2020
Humanitarian Affairs Officer
Level : P-4Job ID : 138814Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Humanitarian AffairsDepartment/Office : Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian AffairsDuty Station : MOSULStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/30/2020Deadline : 8/28/2020
Humanitarian Affairs Officer [TJO] [Temporary]
Level : P-3Job ID : 138975Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Humanitarian AffairsDepartment/Office : Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian AffairsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/30/2020Deadline : 8/5/2020
SENIOR HUMAN RIGHTS OFFICER
Level : P-5Job ID : 139024Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Human Rights AffairsDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : SANA'AStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/30/2020Deadline : 8/13/2020
UNEP Finance Initiative (UNEP FI) - Communications Internship [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 139091Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Environment ProgrammeDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/30/2020Deadline : 8/13/2020
Team Assistant (Temporary Job Opening) [Temporary]
Level : G-4Job ID : 139118Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : AdministrationDepartment/Office : United Nations Institute for Disarmament ResearchDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/30/2020Deadline : 8/5/2020
PROGRAMME OFFICER
Level : P-3Job ID : 139127Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : Economic Commission for Latin America and the CaribbeanDuty Station : SANTIAGOStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/30/2020Deadline : 9/12/2020
PROGRAMME MANAGEMENT OFFICER [Temporary]
Level : P-3Job ID : 139131Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : Economic Commission for Latin America and the CaribbeanDuty Station : SANTIAGOStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/30/2020Deadline : 8/5/2020
CHIEF OF SERVICE, POLITICAL AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : D-1Job ID : 139142Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Political AffairsDepartment/Office : Office for Disarmament AffairsDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/30/2020Deadline : 8/5/2020
FINANCE ASSISTANT [Temporary]
Level : G-5Job ID : 139185Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : FinanceDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Western AsiaDuty Station : BEIRUTStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/30/2020Deadline : 8/5/2020
Humanitarian Affairs Officer [TJO] [Temporary]
Level : P-4Job ID : 139198Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Humanitarian AffairsDepartment/Office : Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian AffairsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/30/2020Deadline : 8/12/2020
TRANSPORT OFFICER [Temporary]
Level : P-4Job ID : 139219Job Network : Logistics, Transportation and Supply ChainJob Family : TransportationDepartment/Office : AU/UN Hybrid Operation in DarfurDuty Station : EL FASHERStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/30/2020Deadline : 8/5/2020
CONTINGENT OWNED EQUIPMENT ASSISTANT [Temporary]
Level : FS-4Job ID : 139227Job Network : Logistics, Transportation and Supply ChainJob Family : Property and Asset ManagementDepartment/Office : AU/UN Hybrid Operation in DarfurDuty Station : EL FASHERStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/30/2020Deadline : 8/5/2020
Project Coordinator
Level : P-3Job ID : 139249Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Drug Control and Crime PreventionDepartment/Office : United Nations Office on Drugs and CrimeDuty Station : BAGHDADStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/30/2020Deadline : 8/28/2020
INTERN - DRUG CONTROL & CRIME PREVENTION [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 139256Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Office on Drugs and CrimeDuty Station : YANGONStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/30/2020Deadline : 8/12/2020
Accounting Assistant [Temporary]
Level : G-4Job ID : 139272Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : FinanceDepartment/Office : United Nations Joint Staff Pension Fund - Pension AdministrationDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/30/2020Deadline : 8/12/2020
FINANCIAL ANALYST/FINANCE AND BUDGET OFFICER [Temporary]
Level : P-4Job ID : 139285Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : FinanceDepartment/Office : Executive Office of the Secretary-GeneralDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/30/2020Deadline : 8/9/2020
Executive Officer (Temporary Job Opening) [Temporary]
Level : D-1Job ID : 139290Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : AdministrationDepartment/Office : Department of Political and Peacebuilding Affairs-Department of Peace Operations-Shared StructureDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/30/2020Deadline : 8/12/2020
Senior Human Rights Officer
Level : P-5Job ID : 135809Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Human Rights AffairsDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : KHARTOUMStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/29/2020Deadline : 8/27/2020
Human Rights Officer
Level : P-3Job ID : 135871Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Human Rights AffairsDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : NOUAKCHOTTStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/29/2020Deadline : 8/27/2020
Programme Officer (Environmental and Waste Management)
Level : P-4Job ID : 137719Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : Department of Operational SupportDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/29/2020Deadline : 9/11/2020
PROGRAMME MANAGEMENT OFFICER
Level : P-4Job ID : 138159Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : United Nations Environment ProgrammeDuty Station : PANAMA CITYStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/29/2020Deadline : 9/11/2020
Medical Officer
Level : P-4Job ID : 138369Job Network : ScienceJob Family : MedicalDepartment/Office : United Nations Mission in the Republic of South SudanDuty Station : JUBAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/29/2020Deadline : 8/12/2020
SPECIAL ASSISTANT, POLITICAL AFFAIRS
Level : P-4Job ID : 138395Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Political AffairsDepartment/Office : United Nations Organisation Stabilization Mission in the Democratic Republic of the CongoDuty Station : KINSHASAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/29/2020Deadline : 8/12/2020
ECONOMIC AFFAIRS OFFICER
Level : P-3Job ID : 138588Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Economic Affairs (and Sustainable Development)Department/Office : Economic Commission for Latin America and the CaribbeanDuty Station : MEXICO CITYStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/29/2020Deadline : 9/11/2020
Human Rights Officer
Level : P-4Job ID : 138671Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Human Rights AffairsDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/29/2020Deadline : 8/12/2020
Senior Finance and Budget Assistant
Level : G-7Job ID : 138731Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : FinanceDepartment/Office : United Nations Environment ProgrammeDuty Station : NAIROBIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/29/2020Deadline : 8/27/2020
INTERN - Urban Law and Governance [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 138738Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Human Settlements ProgrammeDuty Station : NAIROBIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/29/2020Deadline : 8/12/2020
PROCUREMENT OFFICER
Level : F-6Job ID : 138746Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : ProcurementDepartment/Office : United Nations Disengagement Observer ForceDuty Station : AMRET AL FAOUARStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/29/2020Deadline : 8/13/2020
SENIOR VICTIMS' RIGHTS OFFICER
Level : P-5Job ID : 138771Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Human Rights AffairsDepartment/Office : United Nations Organisation Stabilization Mission in the Democratic Republic of the CongoDuty Station : GOMAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/29/2020Deadline : 8/12/2020
INFORMATION SYSTEMS ASSISTANT (TEMPORARY JOB OPENING) [Temporary]
Level : G-5Job ID : 138916Job Network : Information and Telecommunication TechnologyJob Family : Information Management Systems and TechnologyDepartment/Office : United Nations Logistic BaseDuty Station : BRINDISIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/29/2020Deadline : 8/15/2020
PROGRAMME MANAGEMENT OFFICER (E-Trade for Women Community Building) [Temporary]
Level : P-3Job ID : 138953Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : United Nations Conference on Trade and DevelopmentDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/29/2020Deadline : 8/4/2020
Intern-Public Administration and Human Resources [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 138991Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Operational SupportDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/29/2020Deadline : 8/27/2020
ASSOCIATE GENDER AFFAIRS OFFICER
Level : NO-2Job ID : 139012Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Political AffairsDepartment/Office : United Nations Mission in the Republic of South SudanDuty Station : BentiuStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/29/2020Deadline : 8/12/2020
FINANCE AND BUDGET ASSISTANT [Temporary]
Level : G-6Job ID : 139027Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : FinanceDepartment/Office : United Nations Environment ProgrammeDuty Station : NAIROBIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/29/2020Deadline : 8/4/2020
RESEARCH ASSISTANT
Level : G-5Job ID : 139038Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Social AffairsDepartment/Office : United Nations Interim Force in LebanonDuty Station : NAQOURAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/29/2020Deadline : 8/12/2020
STAFF ASSISTANT
Level : G-5Job ID : 139049Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : AdministrationDepartment/Office : United Nations Conference on Trade and DevelopmentDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/29/2020Deadline : 8/27/2020
PROGRAMME OFFICER - Temporary [Temporary]
Level : P-3Job ID : 139097Job 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 : 7/29/2020Deadline : 8/4/2020
INTERN - ADMINISTRATION [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 139099Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Office on Drugs and CrimeDuty Station : NAIROBIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/29/2020Deadline : 8/11/2020
INTERN - PUBLIC INFORMATION - SPAIN AND ANDORRA DESK [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 139105Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Global CommunicationsDuty Station : BRUSSELSStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/29/2020Deadline : 1/29/2021
Humanitarian Affairs Officer (TJO) [Temporary]
Level : P-3Job ID : 139108Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Humanitarian AffairsDepartment/Office : Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian AffairsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/29/2020Deadline : 8/4/2020
Programme Officer (eLearning) - Temporary [Temporary]
Level : P-3Job ID : 139110Job 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 : 7/29/2020Deadline : 8/4/2020
INTERN - INFORMATION MANAGEMENT [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 139120Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Peace OperationsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/29/2020Deadline : 8/11/2020
Programme Officer
Level : P-4Job ID : 139122Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : Economic Commission for Latin America and the CaribbeanDuty Station : SANTIAGOStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/29/2020Deadline : 9/11/2020
INTERN - SECURITY [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 139130Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Office at ViennaDuty Station : VIENNAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/29/2020Deadline : 8/27/2020
INTERN - SECURITY [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 139132Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Office at ViennaDuty Station : VIENNAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/29/2020Deadline : 8/27/2020
UNCTAD REMOTE INTERNSHIP in the Institutional Investment Facilitation Section, Investment Capacity-Building Branch, Division on Investment and Enterprise [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 139143Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Conference on Trade and DevelopmentDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/29/2020Deadline : 8/12/2020
Research Assistant [Temporary]
Level : G-6Job ID : 139144Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Social AffairsDepartment/Office : Economic Commission for Latin America and the CaribbeanDuty Station : SANTIAGOStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/29/2020Deadline : 8/4/2020
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT
Level : F-5Job ID : 139170Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : AdministrationDepartment/Office : United Nations Assistance Mission for IraqDuty Station : BAGHDADStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/29/2020Deadline : 8/11/2020
External Relations Officer [Temporary]
Level : P-4Job ID : 139171Job Network : Public Information and Conference ManagementJob Family : Public InformationDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : BANGKOKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/29/2020Deadline : 8/11/2020
SENIOR HUMAN RIGHTS ADVISER
Level : P-5Job ID : 139177Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Human Rights AffairsDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : SARAJEVOStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/29/2020Deadline : 8/12/2020
UNCTAD INTERNSHIP in the Technical Assistance and Enhanced Integrated Framework Section/Division for Africa, LDCs and Special Programmes [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 139180Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Conference on Trade and DevelopmentDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/29/2020Deadline : 8/12/2020
UNCTAD Remote Internship in the ICT Policy Section, Division on Technology and Logistics [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 139184Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Conference on Trade and DevelopmentDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/29/2020Deadline : 8/12/2020
INTERN - PUBLIC INFORMATION - UK and Ireland Desk UNRIC Brussels [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 139195Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Global CommunicationsDuty Station : BRUSSELSStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/29/2020Deadline : 10/30/2020
UNCTAD Remote Internship in the Statistics and Information Branch, Division on Globalization and Development Strategies [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 139218Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Conference on Trade and DevelopmentDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/29/2020Deadline : 8/12/2020
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT [Temporary]
Level : F-5Job ID : 139222Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : AdministrationDepartment/Office : United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in MaliDuty Station : BAMAKOStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/29/2020Deadline : 8/4/2020
Forensic Investigation Officer (Digital Forensics) [Temporary]
Level : P-3Job ID : 139232Job Network : ScienceJob Family : Natural and Life SciencesDepartment/Office : United Nations Investigative Team for Accountability of Da’esh/ISILDuty Station : BAGHDADStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/29/2020Deadline : 8/7/2020
PROGRAMME MANAGEMENT OFFICER
Level : P-4Job ID : 138049Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : United Nations Environment ProgrammeDuty Station : ABU DHABIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/28/2020Deadline : 9/10/2020
Intern - Programme Management (Knowledge Management) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 138271Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Operational SupportDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/28/2020Deadline : 8/17/2020
BENEFITS ASSISTANT
Level : G-5Job ID : 138554Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : Pension ManagementDepartment/Office : United Nations Joint Staff Pension Fund - Pension AdministrationDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/28/2020Deadline : 8/26/2020
ADMINISTRATIVE AND BUDGET OFFICER
Level : P-3Job ID : 138665Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : AdministrationDepartment/Office : United Nations Office on Drugs and CrimeDuty Station : VIENNAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/28/2020Deadline : 8/26/2020
FINANCE AND BUDGET OFFICER
Level : P-3Job ID : 138682Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : FinanceDepartment/Office : SRSG for West Africa/United Nations Office in West AfricaDuty Station : DAKARStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/28/2020Deadline : 8/26/2020
UNCTAD Remote Internship in the Knowledge Development Branch in the Division on Technology and Logistics [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 138696Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Conference on Trade and DevelopmentDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/28/2020Deadline : 8/26/2020
UNCTAD Remote Internship in the Knowledge Development Branch in the Division on Technology and Logistics [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 138697Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Conference on Trade and DevelopmentDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/28/2020Deadline : 8/26/2020
Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice Officer (Legal Officer - Violence against Children)
Level : P-3Job ID : 138761Job 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 : 7/28/2020Deadline : 8/26/2020
Representative
Level : D-1Job ID : 138770Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Drug Control and Crime PreventionDepartment/Office : United Nations Office on Drugs and CrimeDuty Station : KABULStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/28/2020Deadline : 9/10/2020
INTERN - PUBLIC INFORMATION [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 138873Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Global CommunicationsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/28/2020Deadline : 11/30/2020
Senior Programme Management Assistant
Level : G-7Job ID : 138914Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : Economic Commission for Latin America and the CaribbeanDuty Station : PORT OF SPAINStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/28/2020Deadline : 8/26/2020
Intern (Public Information) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 138922Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research InstituteDuty Station : ROMEStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/28/2020Deadline : 8/11/2020
Associate Programme Management Officer [Temporary]
Level : P-2Job ID : 139039Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : United Nations Office for Disaster Risk ReductionDuty Station : KOBEStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/28/2020Deadline : 8/23/2020
Team Assistant
Level : G-4Job ID : 139098Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : AdministrationDepartment/Office : United Nations Office on Drugs and CrimeDuty Station : NAIROBIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/28/2020Deadline : 8/26/2020
Intern (Counter-terrorism) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 139103Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research InstituteDuty Station : TURINStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/28/2020Deadline : 8/11/2020
UNCTAD REMOTE INTERNSHIP - Youth Network - Office of the Secretary-General [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 139104Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Conference on Trade and DevelopmentDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/28/2020Deadline : 8/11/2020
HUMAN RIGHTS OFFICER (Temporary Job Opening) [Temporary]
Level : P-3Job ID : 135889Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Human Rights AffairsDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : N'DJAMENAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/27/2020Deadline : 8/9/2020
Senior Political Affairs Officer
Level : P-5Job ID : 135901Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Political AffairsDepartment/Office : Department of Political and Peacebuilding Affairs-Department of Peace Operations-Shared StructureDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/27/2020Deadline : 9/9/2020
PROGRAMME MANAGEMENT ASSISTANT
Level : G-6Job ID : 136345Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : Economic Commission for EuropeDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/27/2020Deadline : 8/25/2020
HUMAN RESOURCES ASSISTANT
Level : G-6Job ID : 136712Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : Human ResourcesDepartment/Office : United Nations Office at NairobiDuty Station : NAIROBIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/27/2020Deadline : 8/25/2020
Special Assistant, Administration [Temporary]
Level : P-5Job ID : 137886Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : AdministrationDepartment/Office : Department of Operational SupportDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/27/2020Deadline : 8/5/2020
SENIOR PROGRAMME MANAGEMENT OFFICER
Level : P-5Job ID : 137986Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : United Nations Environment ProgrammeDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/27/2020Deadline : 8/25/2020
Evaluation Officer
Level : P-4Job ID : 138115Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : Management and AnalysisDepartment/Office : Office of Internal Oversight ServicesDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/27/2020Deadline : 9/9/2020
Information and Evidence Officer
Level : P-4Job ID : 138162Job Network : Information and Telecommunication TechnologyJob Family : Information Management Systems and TechnologyDepartment/Office : Office of the IIIM-SYRIADuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/27/2020Deadline : 9/9/2020
INTERN - ECONOMIC AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 138566Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic Commission for EuropeDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/27/2020Deadline : 8/7/2020
PROGRAMME MANAGEMENT OFFICER [Temporary]
Level : P-4Job ID : 138901Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : United Nations Environment ProgrammeDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/27/2020Deadline : 8/9/2020
Internship - Humanitarian Research (New or Emerging Technological Topics) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 138929Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian AffairsDuty Station : THE HAGUEStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/27/2020Deadline : 9/24/2020
Intern (Liaison Support New York Office) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 138988Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research InstituteDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/27/2020Deadline : 8/9/2020
INTERN - MINE ACTION [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 139019Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Peace OperationsDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/27/2020Deadline : 7/26/2021
INFORMATION MANAGEMENT OFFICER
Level : P-3Job ID : 138611Job Network : Information and Telecommunication TechnologyJob Family : Information Management Systems and TechnologyDepartment/Office : United Nations Mission in the Republic of South SudanDuty Station : JubaStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/26/2020Deadline : 8/9/2020
Political Affairs Officer
Level : P-3Job ID : 139008Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Political AffairsDepartment/Office : United Nations Interim Security Force for AbyeiDuty Station : ABYEIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/26/2020Deadline : 8/9/2020
Team Assistant
Level : G-4Job ID : 134955Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : AdministrationDepartment/Office : Department of Peace OperationsDuty Station : ENTEBBEStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/24/2020Deadline : 8/22/2020
Political Affairs Officer
Level : P-3Job ID : 136495Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Political AffairsDepartment/Office : Department of Political and Peacebuilding Affairs-Department of Peace Operations-Shared StructureDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/24/2020Deadline : 9/6/2020
Senior Programme Management Assistant
Level : G-7Job ID : 136968Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : United Nations Environment ProgrammeDuty Station : BANGKOKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/24/2020Deadline : 8/22/2020
Programme Coordinator (Law Enforcement Expert and Head of Program Office in Tajikistan)
Level : P-4Job ID : 138372Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Drug Control and Crime PreventionDepartment/Office : United Nations Office on Drugs and CrimeDuty Station : DUSHANBEStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/24/2020Deadline : 8/22/2020
Programme Officer (Global Maritime Crime Programme) - Recruit from Roster
Level : P-3Job ID : 138374Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Drug Control and Crime PreventionDepartment/Office : United Nations Office on Drugs and CrimeDuty Station : ADENStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/24/2020Deadline : 8/7/2020
Adviser (Anti-Corruption)
Level : P-4Job ID : 138506Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Drug Control and Crime PreventionDepartment/Office : United Nations Office on Drugs and CrimeDuty Station : OTHERStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/24/2020Deadline : 8/22/2020
Humanitarian Affairs Officer - Cash Officer [Temporary]
Level : P-4Job ID : 138992Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Humanitarian AffairsDepartment/Office : Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian AffairsDuty Station : KINSHASAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/24/2020Deadline : 8/6/2020
Human Rights Officer (3 Posts)
Level : P-3Job ID : 135042Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Human Rights AffairsDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : MULTIPLE DUTY STATIONSStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/23/2020Deadline : 8/21/2020
Economic Affairs Officer
Level : P-4Job ID : 136290Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Economic Affairs (and Sustainable Development)Department/Office : Economic Commission for Latin America and the CaribbeanDuty Station : SANTIAGOStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/23/2020Deadline : 9/5/2020
Governance and Public Management Officer
Level : P-4Job ID : 136292Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Economic Affairs (and Sustainable Development)Department/Office : Economic Commission for Latin America and the CaribbeanDuty Station : SANTIAGOStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/23/2020Deadline : 9/5/2020
Social Affairs Officer
Level : P-4Job ID : 136293Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Economic Affairs (and Sustainable Development)Department/Office : Economic Commission for Latin America and the CaribbeanDuty Station : SANTIAGOStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/23/2020Deadline : 9/5/2020
SENIOR NURSE
Level : G-7Job ID : 136532Job Network : ScienceJob Family : MedicalDepartment/Office : Department of Operational SupportDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/23/2020Deadline : 8/21/2020
ASSOCIATE INFORMATION MANAGEMENT OFFICER
Level : P-2Job ID : 136810Job Network : Information and Telecommunication TechnologyJob Family : Information Management Systems and TechnologyDepartment/Office : Counter-Terrorism Committee Executive DirectorateDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/23/2020Deadline : 9/5/2020
Human Rights Officer
Level : P-4Job ID : 136947Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Human Rights AffairsDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : BOGOTAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/23/2020Deadline : 8/21/2020
SENIOR HUMAN RIGHTS ADVISER [Cancelled]
Level : P-5Job ID : 137520Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Human Rights AffairsDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : SARAJEVOStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/23/2020Deadline : 8/6/2020
Monitoring and Evaluation Officer
Level : P-3Job ID : 137631Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : United Nations Conference on Trade and DevelopmentDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/23/2020Deadline : 9/5/2020
PROGRAMME MANAGEMENT OFFICER [Temporary]
Level : P-3Job ID : 137844Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : United Nations Environment ProgrammeDuty Station : MONTREALStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/23/2020Deadline : 8/5/2020
PHARMACY TECHNICIAN
Level : G-6Job ID : 137981Job Network : ScienceJob Family : MedicalDepartment/Office : United Nations Interim Force in LebanonDuty Station : NAQOURAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/23/2020Deadline : 8/21/2020
PROGRAMME MANAGEMENT OFFICER
Level : P-3Job ID : 138021Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : United Nations Environment ProgrammeDuty Station : PARISStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/23/2020Deadline : 9/5/2020
Finance & Budget Officer
Level : P-3Job ID : 138268Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : FinanceDepartment/Office : Economic Commission for Latin America and the CaribbeanDuty Station : SANTIAGOStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/23/2020Deadline : 9/5/2020
Senior Political Affairs Officer
Level : P-5Job ID : 138561Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Political AffairsDepartment/Office : Office of the Special Envoy for the Horn of AfricaDuty Station : ADDIS ABABAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/23/2020Deadline : 8/21/2020
TEAM ASSISTANT
Level : G-2Job ID : 138581Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : AdministrationDepartment/Office : Economic Commission for Latin America and the CaribbeanDuty Station : MEXICO CITYStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/23/2020Deadline : 8/21/2020
INTERN - ENVIRONMENT AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 138657Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : BANGKOKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/23/2020Deadline : 12/30/2020
Programme Management Assistant (2 Positions) - Temporary job opening, 364 days; [Temporary]
Level : G-5Job ID : 138679Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : United Nations Human Settlements ProgrammeDuty Station : NAIROBIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/23/2020Deadline : 8/5/2020
Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice Officer (Justice) - Temporary [Temporary][Cancelled]
Level : P-4Job ID : 138769Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Drug Control and Crime PreventionDepartment/Office : United Nations Office on Drugs and CrimeDuty Station : DAKARStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/23/2020Deadline : 8/5/2020
Information Systems Assistant
Level : G-7Job ID : 138776Job Network : Information and Telecommunication TechnologyJob Family : Information Management Systems and TechnologyDepartment/Office : United Nations Joint Staff Pension Fund - Pension AdministrationDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/23/2020Deadline : 8/21/2020
ASSOCIATE CIVIL AFFAIRS OFFICER
Level : NO-2Job ID : 138825Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Civil AffairsDepartment/Office : United Nations Interim Force in LebanonDuty Station : NAQOURAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/23/2020Deadline : 8/21/2020
INFORMATION SYSTEMS OFFICER (TEMPORARY JOB OPENING) [Temporary]
Level : P-3Job ID : 138831Job Network : Information and Telecommunication TechnologyJob Family : Information Management Systems and TechnologyDepartment/Office : United Nations Conference on Trade and DevelopmentDuty Station : LIBREVILLEStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/23/2020Deadline : 8/6/2020
HUMAN RIGHTS OFFICER (Temporary Job Opening) [Temporary]
Level : P-3Job ID : 138836Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Human Rights AffairsDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : BEIRUTStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/23/2020Deadline : 8/5/2020
DIRECTOR, POLITICAL AFFAIRS (Temporary Job Opening) [Temporary]
Level : D-2Job ID : 138870Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Political AffairsDepartment/Office : United Nations Integrated Transition Assistance Mission in SudanDuty Station : KHARTOUMStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/23/2020Deadline : 8/6/2020
Humanitarian Affairs Officer (Deputy Head of Office) [Temporary]
Level : P-4Job ID : 138905Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Humanitarian AffairsDepartment/Office : Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian AffairsDuty Station : NAIROBIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/23/2020Deadline : 8/5/2020
Development Coordination Officer, Economist (Djibouti)
Level : P-4Job ID : 138933Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Sustainable DevelopmentDepartment/Office : Resident Coordinator SystemDuty Station : DJIBOUTIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/23/2020Deadline : 8/5/2020
POLITICAL AFFAIRS OFFICER
Level : P-3Job ID : 133576Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Political AffairsDepartment/Office : United Nations Assistance Mission in SomaliaDuty Station : MOGADISHUStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/22/2020Deadline : 8/4/2020
Policy and Best Practices Officer
Level : P-4Job ID : 138200Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Political AffairsDepartment/Office : United Nations Verification Mission in ColombiaDuty Station : BOGOTAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/22/2020Deadline : 8/20/2020
Head of Office, Humanitarian Affairs
Level : D-1Job ID : 138383Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Humanitarian AffairsDepartment/Office : Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian AffairsDuty Station : GAZIANTEPStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/22/2020Deadline : 8/5/2020
Programme Assistant
Level : G-6Job ID : 138730Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : United Nations Office on Drugs and CrimeDuty Station : NAIROBIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/22/2020Deadline : 8/20/2020
FINANCE AND BUDGET ASSISTANT
Level : F-5Job ID : 138754Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : FinanceDepartment/Office : United Nations Mission in the Republic of South SudanDuty Station : JUBAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/22/2020Deadline : 8/5/2020
INTERN - PUBLIC INFORMATION [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 138816Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Global CommunicationsDuty Station : BRUSSELSStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/22/2020Deadline : 8/7/2020
ECONOMIC AFFAIRS OFFICER
Level : P-3Job ID : 126632Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Economic Affairs (and Sustainable Development)Department/Office : Economic Commission for AfricaDuty Station : ADDIS ABABAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/21/2020Deadline : 9/3/2020
Internship - Human Rights [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 135705Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : OTHERStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/21/2020Deadline : 7/18/2021
CHIEF OF SERVICE, AUDIT
Level : D-1Job ID : 137615Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : AuditDepartment/Office : Office of Internal Oversight ServicesDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/21/2020Deadline : 9/3/2020
Finance and Budget Officer
Level : P-3Job ID : 137710Job 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 : 7/21/2020Deadline : 9/3/2020
INFORMATION MANAGEMENT OFFICER
Level : P-3Job ID : 138189Job Network : Information and Telecommunication TechnologyJob Family : Information Management Systems and TechnologyDepartment/Office : United Nations Office at GenevaDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/21/2020Deadline : 9/3/2020
INTERN - Technical Support [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 138314Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Human Settlements ProgrammeDuty Station : NAIROBIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/21/2020Deadline : 8/4/2020
HUMAN RIGHTS OFFICER (Deputy Coordinator)
Level : P-4Job ID : 138393Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Human Rights AffairsDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : BAMAKOStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/21/2020Deadline : 8/4/2020
SECURITY COORDINATION OFFICER
Level : P-3Job ID : 138597Job Network : Internal Security and SafetyJob Family : SecurityDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : DONETSKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/21/2020Deadline : 8/19/2020
HUMAN RIGHTS OFFICER
Level : P-3Job ID : 138614Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Human Rights AffairsDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : DONETSKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/21/2020Deadline : 8/19/2020
INTERN - ECONOMIC AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 138717Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Economic and Social AffairsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/21/2020Deadline : 8/20/2020
INTERN - Urban Planning Intern for Humanitarian and Development Practice [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 138733Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Human Settlements ProgrammeDuty Station : NAIROBIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/21/2020Deadline : 8/4/2020
TRAVEL ASSISTANT
Level : G-5Job ID : 135494Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : AdministrationDepartment/Office : United Nations Office at GenevaDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/20/2020Deadline : 8/18/2020
ENGINEERING ASSISTANT
Level : G-6Job ID : 135530Job Network : Logistics, Transportation and Supply ChainJob Family : EngineeringDepartment/Office : United Nations Logistic BaseDuty Station : BRINDISIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/20/2020Deadline : 8/18/2020
Information Systems Officer
Level : P-3Job ID : 135571Job Network : Information and Telecommunication TechnologyJob Family : Information Management Systems and TechnologyDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/20/2020Deadline : 9/2/2020
CHIEF OF COMMUNICATIONS (Project Post)
Level : P-5Job ID : 136400Job Network : Public Information and Conference ManagementJob Family : Public InformationDepartment/Office : United Nations Human Settlements ProgrammeDuty Station : NAIROBIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/20/2020Deadline : 8/18/2020
Financial Information Assistant
Level : G-5Job ID : 137605Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : FinanceDepartment/Office : Department of Management Strategy, Policy and Compliance Office of Programme Planning, Finance and BudgetDuty Station : BRINDISIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/20/2020Deadline : 8/18/2020
CHIEF OF SECTION, ECONOMIC AFFAIRS
Level : P-5Job ID : 137889Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Economic Affairs (and Sustainable Development)Department/Office : Economic Commission for EuropeDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/20/2020Deadline : 9/2/2020
PROGRAMME MANAGEMENT OFFICER
Level : P-3Job ID : 137983Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : United Nations Environment ProgrammeDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/20/2020Deadline : 9/2/2020
ASSOCIATE CRIME PREVENTION AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE OFFICER
Level : P-2Job ID : 138154Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Drug Control and Crime PreventionDepartment/Office : United Nations Office on Drugs and CrimeDuty Station : ADDIS ABABAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/20/2020Deadline : 8/18/2020
Associate Programme Officer
Level : NO-2Job ID : 138347Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : United Nations Office on Drugs and CrimeDuty Station : ADDIS ABABAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/20/2020Deadline : 8/18/2020
Political Affairs Officer
Level : P-3Job ID : 138505Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Political AffairsDepartment/Office : Office of the Special Envoy for the Horn of AfricaDuty Station : ADDIS ABABAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/20/2020Deadline : 8/18/2020
INTERN - Recruitment (Human Resources Management Section) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 138599Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : BANGKOKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/20/2020Deadline : 12/30/2020
Investment Officer (Real Assets)
Level : P-3Job ID : 138704Job 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 : 7/20/2020Deadline : 9/2/2020
DIRECTOR, HUMAN RIGHTS
Level : D-2Job ID : 138651Job 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 : 7/19/2020Deadline : 8/17/2020
PROCUREMENT ASSISTANT
Level : F-5Job ID : 138472Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : ProcurementDepartment/Office : United Nations Verification Mission in ColombiaDuty Station : BOGOTAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/18/2020Deadline : 8/16/2020
PROPERTY DISPOSAL ASSISTANT
Level : FS-4Job ID : 138477Job Network : Logistics, Transportation and Supply ChainJob Family : Property and Asset ManagementDepartment/Office : United Nations Verification Mission in ColombiaDuty Station : BOGOTAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/18/2020Deadline : 8/16/2020
ASSOCIATE PROGRAMME MANAGEMENT OFFICER
Level : P-2Job ID : 137572Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : United Nations Office at GenevaDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/17/2020Deadline : 8/15/2020
Programme Management Assistant
Level : G-5Job ID : 137765Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : Office of Counter-TerrorismDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/17/2020Deadline : 8/15/2020
Programme Management Officer, Human Settlements
Level : P-4Job ID : 137767Job Network : Logistics, Transportation and Supply ChainJob Family : Human SettlementsDepartment/Office : United Nations Human Settlements ProgrammeDuty Station : DAMASCUSStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/17/2020Deadline : 8/15/2020
FINANCE AND BUDGET OFFICER
Level : P-4Job ID : 138017Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : FinanceDepartment/Office : United Nations Environment ProgrammeDuty Station : NAIROBIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/17/2020Deadline : 8/30/2020
INFORMATION SYSTEMS OFFICER [Temporary]
Level : P-3Job ID : 138331Job Network : Information and Telecommunication TechnologyJob Family : Information Management Systems and TechnologyDepartment/Office : United Nations Office for Disaster Risk ReductionDuty Station : BANGKOKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/17/2020Deadline : 8/7/2020
INTERN - POLITICAL AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 138336Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Peace OperationsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/17/2020Deadline : 10/31/2020
INTERN - ECONOMIC AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 138635Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Economic and Social AffairsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/17/2020Deadline : 10/16/2020
INTERN - PUBLIC INFORMATION - PORTUGAL DESK AT UNRIC IN BRUSSELS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 137931Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Global CommunicationsDuty Station : BRUSSELSStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/16/2020Deadline : 8/13/2020
TEAM ASSISTANT
Level : G-4Job ID : 137936Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : AdministrationDepartment/Office : United Nations Conference on Trade and DevelopmentDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/16/2020Deadline : 8/14/2020
SECURITY OFFICER (3 posts)
Level : G-3Job ID : 138237Job Network : Internal Security and SafetyJob Family : SecurityDepartment/Office : United Nations Office at GenevaDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/16/2020Deadline : 8/14/2020
INTERN - DRUG CONTROL & CRIME PREVENTION [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 138549Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Office on Drugs and CrimeDuty Station : VIENNAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/16/2020Deadline : 8/5/2020
INTERN - RULE OF LAW [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 138565Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Office on Drugs and CrimeDuty Station : VIENNAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/16/2020Deadline : 8/9/2020
Investment Officer
Level : P-3Job ID : 138576Job 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 : 7/16/2020Deadline : 8/29/2020
Human Resources Officer
Level : P-4Job ID : 135572Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : Human ResourcesDepartment/Office : Economic Commission for AfricaDuty Station : ADDIS ABABAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/15/2020Deadline : 8/28/2020
CHIEF OF SECTION, FINANCE AND BUDGET
Level : P-5Job ID : 137431Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : FinanceDepartment/Office : Economic Commission for AfricaDuty Station : ADDIS ABABAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/15/2020Deadline : 8/28/2020
Statistics Assistant
Level : G-5Job ID : 138325Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : StatisticsDepartment/Office : United Nations Office on Drugs and CrimeDuty Station : VIENNAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/15/2020Deadline : 8/13/2020
Programme Assistant
Level : G-6Job ID : 138332Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : Management and AnalysisDepartment/Office : Department of Operational SupportDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/15/2020Deadline : 8/13/2020
Project Director & Team Leader, Peer-2-Peer Project [TJO] [Temporary]
Level : D-2Job ID : 138380Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Humanitarian AffairsDepartment/Office : Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian AffairsDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/15/2020Deadline : 8/13/2020
DEVELOPMENT COORDINATION OFFICER, ECONOMIST
Level : P-4Job ID : 138465Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Sustainable DevelopmentDepartment/Office : Resident Coordinator SystemDuty Station : ASUNCIONStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/15/2020Deadline : 8/11/2020
Management and Programme Analysis Assistant
Level : G-5Job ID : 138531Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : Management and AnalysisDepartment/Office : Department of Management Strategy, Policy and Compliance Business Transformation and Accountability DivisionDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/15/2020Deadline : 8/13/2020
DEVELOPMENT COORDINATION OFFICER, ECONOMIST (India)
Level : P-4Job ID : 138532Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Sustainable DevelopmentDepartment/Office : Resident Coordinator SystemDuty Station : NEW DELHIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/15/2020Deadline : 8/11/2020
Human Resources Assistant
Level : G-5Job ID : 136658Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : Human ResourcesDepartment/Office : United Nations Office at NairobiDuty Station : NAIROBIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/14/2020Deadline : 8/12/2020
BUILDINGS SERVICES ASSISTANT (Temporary Job Opening) [Temporary]
Level : G-5Job ID : 136751Job Network : Logistics, Transportation and Supply ChainJob Family : Logistics and Supply ChainDepartment/Office : United Nations Office at GenevaDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/14/2020Deadline : 8/12/2020
Population Affairs Officer
Level : P-3Job ID : 138111Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Population AffairsDepartment/Office : Economic Commission for Latin America and the CaribbeanDuty Station : SANTIAGOStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/14/2020Deadline : 8/27/2020
INTERN - PUBLIC INFORMATION/MULTIMEDIA [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 138222Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : BANGKOKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/14/2020Deadline : 1/13/2021
INTERN - GRAPHIC DESIGNER [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 138224Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : BANGKOKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/14/2020Deadline : 1/13/2021
INTERN - WEB/INFORMATION MANAGEMENT [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 138225Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : BANGKOKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/14/2020Deadline : 1/13/2021
INTERN – COMMUNICATIONS (Temporary Job Opening) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 138338Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Management Strategy, Policy and Compliance Office of Human ResourcesDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/14/2020Deadline : 9/11/2020
INTERN - DRUG CONTROL & CRIME PREVENTION [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 138435Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Office on Drugs and CrimeDuty Station : VIENNAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/14/2020Deadline : 8/22/2020
INTERN - ECONOMIC AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 138464Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Economic and Social AffairsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/14/2020Deadline : 8/13/2020
Programme Officer (Planning and Monitoring)
Level : P-3Job ID : 137641Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Drug Control and Crime PreventionDepartment/Office : United Nations Office on Drugs and CrimeDuty Station : DAKARStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/13/2020Deadline : 8/11/2020
SENIOR MISSION PLANNING OFFICER
Level : P-5Job ID : 137782Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Political AffairsDepartment/Office : United Nations Organisation Stabilization Mission in the Democratic Republic of the CongoDuty Station : KINSHASAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/13/2020Deadline : 8/11/2020
INTERN - PROGRAMME MANAGEMENT [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 138148Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : BANGKOKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/13/2020Deadline : 9/13/2020
Intern - Recruitment (Human Resources Management Section) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 138232Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : BANGKOKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/13/2020Deadline : 1/11/2021
Public Information Officer
Level : P-3Job ID : 138301Job Network : Public Information and Conference ManagementJob Family : Public InformationDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/13/2020Deadline : 8/26/2020
MISSION PLANNING OFFICER
Level : P-3Job ID : 138307Job 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 : 7/13/2020Deadline : 8/11/2020
SENIOR PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICER
Level : P-5Job ID : 137377Job Network : Public Information and Conference ManagementJob Family : Public InformationDepartment/Office : United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in the Central African RepublicDuty Station : BANGUIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/11/2020Deadline : 8/9/2020
CHIEF OF UNIT, LOGISTICS
Level : P-4Job ID : 138290Job Network : Logistics, Transportation and Supply ChainJob Family : Logistics and Supply ChainDepartment/Office : United Nations Verification Mission in ColombiaDuty Station : BOGOTAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/11/2020Deadline : 8/9/2020
PROGRAMME MANAGEMENT OFFICER
Level : P-3Job ID : 136730Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : United Nations Environment ProgrammeDuty Station : PANAMA CITYStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/10/2020Deadline : 8/23/2020
EXTERNAL RELATIONS OFFICER
Level : P-3Job ID : 136850Job Network : Public Information and Conference ManagementJob Family : Public InformationDepartment/Office : United Nations Office for Disaster Risk ReductionDuty Station : NAIROBIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/10/2020Deadline : 8/23/2020
SPECIAL ASSISTANT, ADMINISTRATION
Level : D-1Job ID : 137084Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : AdministrationDepartment/Office : United Nations Human Settlements ProgrammeDuty Station : NAIROBIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/10/2020Deadline : 8/23/2020
Associate Programme Management Officer
Level : NO-2Job ID : 137129Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : United Nations Environment ProgrammeDuty Station : BAGHDADStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/10/2020Deadline : 8/8/2020
PROCUREMENT ASSISTANT
Level : G-5Job ID : 137418Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : ProcurementDepartment/Office : United Nations Office at GenevaDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/10/2020Deadline : 8/8/2020
INTERN - Management and programme analysis [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 137840Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Management Strategy, Policy and Compliance Office of the Under-Secretary-GeneralDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/10/2020Deadline : 8/8/2020
TRAINING OFFICER
Level : P-3Job ID : 137938Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : Human ResourcesDepartment/Office : United Nations Mission in the Republic of South SudanDuty Station : JUBAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/10/2020Deadline : 8/8/2020
Senior Legal Officer [Cancelled]
Level : P-5Job ID : 138209Job Network : LegalJob Family : Legal AffairsDepartment/Office : United Nations Joint Staff Pension Fund – Office of Investment ManagementDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/10/2020Deadline : 8/23/2020
INTERN - LEGAL AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 138278Job Network : LegalJob Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office of Internal Oversight ServicesDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/10/2020Deadline : 8/8/2020
Senior Development Coordination Officer, Economist (Brazil)
Level : P-5Job ID : 138281Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Sustainable DevelopmentDepartment/Office : Resident Coordinator SystemDuty Station : BRASILIAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/10/2020Deadline : 8/6/2020
Chief, Strategic Communications and Advocacy Section
Level : P-5Job ID : 138300Job Network : Public Information and Conference ManagementJob Family : Public InformationDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : BANGKOKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/10/2020Deadline : 8/23/2020
INTERN - ADMINISTRATION [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 138320Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Western AsiaDuty Station : BEIRUTStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/10/2020Deadline : 12/31/2020
INTERN - INFORMATION SYSTEMS & COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 99469Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office of Information and Communications TechnologyDuty Station : BANGKOKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/10/2020Deadline : 8/8/2020
INTERN - PUBLIC INFORMATION [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 130539Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Management Strategy, Policy and Compliance Office of Human ResourcesDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/9/2020Deadline : 8/7/2020
Associate Programme Management Officer
Level : P-2Job ID : 136646Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : United Nations Environment ProgrammeDuty Station : NAIROBIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/9/2020Deadline : 8/7/2020
Humanitarian Affairs Officer [Filled from Roster]
Level : P-4Job ID : 137316Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Humanitarian AffairsDepartment/Office : Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian AffairsDuty Station : KIRKUKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/9/2020Deadline : 8/7/2020
External Relations Officer
Level : P-3Job ID : 137870Job Network : Public Information and Conference ManagementJob Family : Public InformationDepartment/Office : United Nations Office on Drugs and CrimeDuty Station : BRUSSELSStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/9/2020Deadline : 9/15/2020
Accounting Assistant
Level : G-6Job ID : 138211Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : FinanceDepartment/Office : United Nations Joint Staff Pension Fund – Office of Investment ManagementDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/9/2020Deadline : 8/7/2020
INTERN - PUBLIC INFORMATION [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 138257Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Economic and Social AffairsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/9/2020Deadline : 1/8/2021
POLITICAL AFFAIRS OFFICER
Level : P-3Job ID : 122757Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Political AffairsDepartment/Office : Department of Political Affairs and Peace-buildingDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/8/2020Deadline : 8/21/2020
Logistics Assistant
Level : G-5Job ID : 136005Job Network : Logistics, Transportation and Supply ChainJob Family : Logistics and Supply ChainDepartment/Office : United Nations Logistic BaseDuty Station : BRINDISIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/8/2020Deadline : 8/6/2020
SENIOR ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT
Level : G-7Job ID : 136462Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : AdministrationDepartment/Office : United Nations Environment ProgrammeDuty Station : PARISStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/8/2020Deadline : 8/6/2020
Procurement Assistant [Filled from Roster]
Level : G-6Job ID : 137034Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : ProcurementDepartment/Office : United Nations Office at NairobiDuty Station : NAIROBIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/8/2020Deadline : 8/6/2020
CHIEF OF SECTION, AUDIT
Level : P-5Job ID : 137232Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : AuditDepartment/Office : Office of Internal Oversight ServicesDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/8/2020Deadline : 8/21/2020
Legal Officer
Level : P-4Job ID : 137519Job Network : LegalJob Family : Legal AffairsDepartment/Office : Department of Management Strategy, Policy and Compliance Office of Human ResourcesDuty Station : NAIROBIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/8/2020Deadline : 8/21/2020
Legal Officer
Level : P-3Job ID : 137524Job Network : LegalJob Family : Legal AffairsDepartment/Office : Department of Management Strategy, Policy and Compliance Office of Human ResourcesDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/8/2020Deadline : 8/21/2020
Information Systems Officer [SAP Business Intelligence development]
Level : P-3Job ID : 137531Job 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 : 7/8/2020Deadline : 8/21/2020
Programme Management Officer
Level : P-3Job ID : 137541Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : Department of Operational SupportDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/8/2020Deadline : 8/21/2020
Statistician (Crime Data)
Level : P-3Job ID : 137628Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : StatisticsDepartment/Office : United Nations Office on Drugs and CrimeDuty Station : VIENNAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/8/2020Deadline : 8/21/2020
Senior Programme Management Assistant
Level : G-7Job ID : 137661Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : United Nations Office at NairobiDuty Station : NAIROBIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/8/2020Deadline : 8/6/2020
Investment Officer
Level : P-4Job ID : 138130Job 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 : 7/8/2020Deadline : 8/21/2020
PROGRAMME MANAGEMENT OFFICER
Level : P-4Job ID : 132631Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : United Nations Environment ProgrammeDuty Station : NAIROBIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/7/2020Deadline : 8/20/2020
AVIAN PROGRAMME MANAGEMENT OFFICER
Level : P-4Job ID : 136585Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : United Nations Environment ProgrammeDuty Station : BONNStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/7/2020Deadline : 8/20/2020
PROGRAMME MANAGEMENT OFFICER
Level : P-3Job ID : 136936Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : United Nations Environment ProgrammeDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/7/2020Deadline : 8/20/2020
Chief, Software Products for Member States Unit (SPMS)
Level : P-4Job ID : 137476Job Network : Information and Telecommunication TechnologyJob Family : Information Management Systems and TechnologyDepartment/Office : United Nations Office at ViennaDuty Station : VIENNAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/7/2020Deadline : 8/20/2020
INTERN - LEGAL AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 137687Job Network : LegalJob Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office of Legal AffairsDuty Station : VIENNAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/7/2020Deadline : 8/5/2020
INTERN - LEGAL AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 137888Job Network : LegalJob Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office of Legal AffairsDuty Station : INCHEON CITYStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/7/2020Deadline : 8/5/2020
Programme Assistant
Level : G-5Job ID : 138031Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : United Nations Office on Drugs and CrimeDuty Station : ADDIS ABABAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/7/2020Deadline : 8/5/2020
INTERN - PUBLIC INFORMATION, HINDI [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 138116Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Global CommunicationsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/7/2020Deadline : 12/31/2020
SENIOR PROGRAMME MANAGEMENT OFFICER
Level : P-5Job ID : 136080Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : United Nations Environment ProgrammeDuty Station : MONTREALStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/6/2020Deadline : 8/19/2020
FINANCE AND BUDGET OFFICER
Level : P-4Job ID : 137019Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : FinanceDepartment/Office : United Nations Environment ProgrammeDuty Station : NAIROBIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/6/2020Deadline : 8/19/2020
PROCUREMENT ASSISTANT
Level : G-6Job ID : 137083Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : ProcurementDepartment/Office : United Nations Peacekeeping Force in CyprusDuty Station : NICOSIAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/6/2020Deadline : 8/4/2020
Chief, Precursors Control Section
Level : P-5Job ID : 137501Job 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 : 7/6/2020Deadline : 8/19/2020
Programme Officer (Global Maritime Crime Programme, Indian Ocean)
Level : P-3Job ID : 137512Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Drug Control and Crime PreventionDepartment/Office : United Nations Office on Drugs and CrimeDuty Station : MANAMAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/6/2020Deadline : 8/4/2020
Programme Officer (Combating Wildlife and Forest Crime)
Level : P-3Job ID : 137548Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Drug Control and Crime PreventionDepartment/Office : United Nations Office on Drugs and CrimeDuty Station : NAIROBIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/6/2020Deadline : 8/4/2020
SENIOR COORDINATION OFFICER
Level : P-5Job ID : 137696Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : United Nations Office at NairobiDuty Station : NAIROBIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/6/2020Deadline : 8/4/2020
Intern - Programme Management [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 137763Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Operational SupportDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/6/2020Deadline : 8/4/2020
SENIOR ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT
Level : G-7Job ID : 137795Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : AdministrationDepartment/Office : United Nations Environment ProgrammeDuty Station : NAIROBIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/6/2020Deadline : 8/4/2020
INFORMATION SYSTEMS ASSISTANT Software Engineer) [Filled from Roster]
Level : G-5Job ID : 137923Job Network : Information and Telecommunication TechnologyJob Family : Information Management Systems and TechnologyDepartment/Office : United Nations Office at ViennaDuty Station : VIENNAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/6/2020Deadline : 8/4/2020
RISK MANAGEMENT AND COMPLIANCE OFFICER
Level : P-4Job ID : 138029Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : AuditDepartment/Office : United Nations Mission in KosovoDuty Station : PRISTINA_ISCStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/6/2020Deadline : 8/4/2020
INTERN - ECONOMIC AFFAIRS (Trade Policy and Facilitation Section) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 137805Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : BANGKOKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/5/2020Deadline : 12/30/2020
RISK MANAGEMENT AND COMPLIANCE OFFICER
Level : P-3Job ID : 136519Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : AuditDepartment/Office : Rosters Administered by Department of Operational SupportDuty Station : Field LocationsStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/3/2020Deadline : 8/8/2020
SENIOR HUMAN RIGHTS OFFICER (CHIEF)
Level : P-5Job ID : 137361Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Human Rights AffairsDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/3/2020Deadline : 8/16/2020
Information Systems Officer
Level : P-3Job ID : 137896Job Network : Information and Telecommunication TechnologyJob Family : Information Management Systems and TechnologyDepartment/Office : United Nations Joint Staff Pension Fund - Pension AdministrationDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/3/2020Deadline : 8/16/2020
INTERN - Video Producer [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 133278Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Operational SupportDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/2/2020Deadline : 10/1/2020
PROGRAMME OFFICER
Level : P-3Job ID : 135912Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : Department of Peace OperationsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/2/2020Deadline : 8/15/2020
Procurement Officer
Level : P-4Job ID : 137375Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : ProcurementDepartment/Office : Department of Operational SupportDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/2/2020Deadline : 8/15/2020
Internship - Human Resources Management [Staff Development] [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 137857Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/2/2020Deadline : 6/29/2021
Legal Officer
Level : P-3Job ID : 135055Job Network : LegalJob Family : Legal AffairsDepartment/Office : Office of Administration of JusticeDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/1/2020Deadline : 8/14/2020
PROGRAMME MANAGEMENT OFFICER
Level : P-3Job ID : 136372Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : United Nations Environment ProgrammeDuty Station : NAIROBIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/1/2020Deadline : 8/14/2020
Associate Programme Management Officer
Level : P-2Job ID : 136713Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : United Nations Environment ProgrammeDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/1/2020Deadline : 8/14/2020
INTERN - ECONOMIC AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 136824Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : BANGKOKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/1/2020Deadline : 12/31/2020
Senior Legal Officer
Level : P-5Job ID : 136950Job Network : LegalJob Family : Legal AffairsDepartment/Office : Office of Administration of JusticeDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/1/2020Deadline : 8/14/2020
INTERN - INFORMATION SYSTEMS & COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 137722Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Office at GenevaDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/1/2020Deadline : 3/31/2021
INTERN - VISUAL PRODUCTION [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 137791Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Western AsiaDuty Station : BEIRUTStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/1/2020Deadline : 12/31/2020
Statistician
Level : P-3Job ID : 137506Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : StatisticsDepartment/Office : United Nations Office on Drugs and CrimeDuty Station : VIENNAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 6/30/2020Deadline : 8/13/2020
Intern - Information Systems and Communication Technology [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 137796Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Western AsiaDuty Station : BEIRUTStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 6/30/2020Deadline : 12/31/2020
INTERN - ECONOMIC AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 137810Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Regional Commissions - New York OfficeDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 6/30/2020Deadline : 6/29/2021
CHIEF OF UNIT, RISK MANAGEMENT AND COMPLIANCE
Level : P-4Job ID : 136528Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : AuditDepartment/Office : Rosters Administered by Department of Operational SupportDuty Station : Field LocationsStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 6/26/2020Deadline : 8/8/2020
Finance and Budget officer [Filled from Roster]
Level : P-3Job ID : 137122Job 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 : 6/26/2020Deadline : 8/9/2020
Deputy to the Assistant Secretary-General
Level : D-2Job ID : 137666Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : Resident Coordinator SystemDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 6/26/2020Deadline : 8/9/2020
Programme Officer (2 positions)
Level : P-4Job ID : 135644Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : AdministrationDepartment/Office : Department of Operational SupportDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 6/24/2020Deadline : 8/7/2020
PROGRAMME MANAGEMENT OFFICER
Level : P-3Job ID : 136112Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : United Nations Environment ProgrammeDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 6/24/2020Deadline : 8/7/2020
Chief, Technical Analysis Unit (Senior Statistician, P-5)
Level : P-5Job ID : 136319Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : StatisticsDepartment/Office : United Nations Joint Staff Pension Fund - Pension AdministrationDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 6/24/2020Deadline : 8/7/2020
Team Assistant
Level : G-4Job ID : 137219Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : AdministrationDepartment/Office : United Nations Office on Drugs and CrimeDuty Station : VIENNAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 6/24/2020Deadline : 8/7/2020
INTERN - ECONOMIC AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 137417Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic Commission for AfricaDuty Station : ADDIS ABABAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 6/24/2020Deadline : 12/30/2020
Programme Management Officer, Human Settlements
Level : P-3Job ID : 137433Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : United Nations Human Settlements ProgrammeDuty Station : NAIROBIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 6/24/2020Deadline : 8/7/2020
INTERN - PUBLIC INFORMATION - Panama City [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 137470Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Global CommunicationsDuty Station : PANAMA CITYStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 6/24/2020Deadline : 9/30/2020
Accountant
Level : P-3Job ID : 137544Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : FinanceDepartment/Office : United Nations Joint Staff Pension Fund - Pension AdministrationDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 6/24/2020Deadline : 8/7/2020
Evaluation Officer
Level : P-4Job ID : 136075Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : Management and AnalysisDepartment/Office : Office of Internal Oversight ServicesDuty Station : ENTEBBEStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 6/23/2020Deadline : 8/6/2020
Evaluation Officer
Level : P-3Job ID : 136120Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : Management and AnalysisDepartment/Office : Office of Internal Oversight ServicesDuty Station : ENTEBBEStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 6/23/2020Deadline : 8/6/2020
Economic Affairs Officer
Level : P-3Job ID : 137366Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Economic Affairs (and Sustainable Development)Department/Office : Economic Commission for AfricaDuty Station : ADDIS ABABAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 6/23/2020Deadline : 8/6/2020
INTERN - MULTIMEDIA PARTNERSHIPS INTERNSHIP [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 137530Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Global CommunicationsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 6/23/2020Deadline : 12/18/2020
Programme Management Officer, Administration [Filled from Roster]
Level : P-4Job ID : 132479Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : AdministrationDepartment/Office : Department of Management Strategy, Policy and Compliance Office of Programme Planning, Finance and BudgetDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 6/22/2020Deadline : 8/5/2020
Change and Project Management Officer
Level : P-3Job ID : 133908Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : Management and AnalysisDepartment/Office : Department of Management Strategy, Policy and Compliance Business Transformation and Accountability DivisionDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 6/22/2020Deadline : 8/5/2020
Chief, Strategic Planning and Policy Service
Level : D-1Job ID : 134794Job Network : Internal Security and SafetyJob Family : SecurityDepartment/Office : Department of Safety and SecurityDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 6/22/2020Deadline : 8/5/2020
POLITICAL AFFAIRS OFFICER
Level : P-3Job ID : 135593Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Political AffairsDepartment/Office : Department of Political and Peacebuilding Affairs-Department of Peace Operations-Shared StructureDuty Station : GABORONEStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 6/22/2020Deadline : 8/5/2020
PROGRAMME MANAGEMENT OFFICER
Level : P-3Job ID : 136047Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : United Nations Environment ProgrammeDuty Station : NAIROBIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 6/22/2020Deadline : 8/5/2020
FINANCE AND BUDGET OFFICER
Level : P-3Job ID : 136869Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : FinanceDepartment/Office : INDEPENDENT INVESTIGATIVE MECHANISM FOR MYANMARDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 6/22/2020Deadline : 8/5/2020
Reviser, Spanish
Level : P-4Job ID : 137276Job Network : Public Information and Conference ManagementJob Family : LanguageDepartment/Office : Economic Commission for Latin America and the CaribbeanDuty Station : SANTIAGOStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 6/22/2020Deadline : 8/5/2020
Talent Management Officer
Level : P-3Job ID : 137382Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : Human ResourcesDepartment/Office : Resident Coordinator SystemDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 6/22/2020Deadline : 8/4/2020
Director, Economic Analysis and Policy Division
Level : D-2Job ID : 135641Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : Department of Economic and Social AffairsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 6/18/2020Deadline : 9/4/2020
INTERN - PROCUREMENT [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 136971Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : BANGKOKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 6/18/2020Deadline : 12/17/2020
INTERN - ECONOMIC AFFAIRS (multiple positions) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 137054Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic Commission for AfricaDuty Station : KIGALIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 6/18/2020Deadline : 12/30/2020
Internship - Public Information [Communications and Public Mobilization] [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 137260Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 6/18/2020Deadline : 6/15/2021
INTERN - POLITICAL AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 137222Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Office at GenevaDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 6/17/2020Deadline : 6/16/2021
INTERN - PUBLIC INFORMATION - Mexico City [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 137233Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Global CommunicationsDuty Station : MEXICO CITYStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 6/17/2020Deadline : 8/17/2020
INTERN - COMMUNICATION & PUBLIC INFORMATION [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 136919Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Western AsiaDuty Station : BEIRUTStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 6/16/2020Deadline : 12/31/2020
INTERN - POLITICAL AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 137199Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Western AsiaDuty Station : BEIRUTStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 6/16/2020Deadline : 12/31/2020
INTERN - INFORMATION MANAGEMENT [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 137210Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office for Disarmament AffairsDuty Station : VIENNAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 6/16/2020Deadline : 12/15/2020
INTERN - PUBLIC INFORMATION [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 136021Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Management Strategy, Policy and Compliance Office of the Under-Secretary-GeneralDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 6/11/2020Deadline : 12/7/2020
INTERN - FINANCE [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 135598Job 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 : 6/6/2020Deadline : 12/2/2020
Internship - Human Rights (Development and Economic, Social Issues) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 130057Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 6/5/2020Deadline : 6/2/2021
Internship - Human Rights [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 135684Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 6/5/2020Deadline : 6/2/2021
Internship - Human Rights [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 135841Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : ASUNCIONStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 6/5/2020Deadline : 6/2/2021
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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 [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
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 : 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 : 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 : 129978Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic Commission for AfricaDuty Station : YAOUNDEStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 2/14/2020Deadline : 12/30/2020
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 - 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
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 - 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 - 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
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 - 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 - 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
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 : 9/19/2020
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
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
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
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 : 12/8/2020
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
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 – 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 - 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 - 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 - 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
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 - 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 - 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
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 : 10/16/2021
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 - 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
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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 : 6/30/2021
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Country: Italy Organization: Caritas Closing date: 16 Aug 2020 *Senior Safeguarding Officer 1. INTRODUCTION Caritas Internationalis is committed to exemplify a culture of safeguarding and protection. To this end, Caritas Internationalis is in the process of mainstreaming safeguarding across the Caritas Confederation. The two overarching goals of this process are the following: 1. Ensuring that all Caritas Internationalis Member Organizations adhere to the same high safeguarding standards within their organisations and across their programmes and 2. Ensuring that appropriate structures are in place to respond appropriately and at scale to safeguarding cases. Caritas Internationalis is now looking for an experienced Safeguarding Officer who will be in charge of leading and overseeing this process at the level of the General Secretariat. 2. OBJECTIVE To lead the process of mainstreaming safeguarding across the Confederation and to make sure that safeguarding cases are responded to appropriately and at scale. 3. 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SCHR Misconduct Disclosure Scheme · lead on the promotion of the SCHR Misconduct Disclosure Scheme across the Confederation · ensure that Caritas Internationalis reports implementation data to SCHR in a timely manner MEAL Collaborate with the MEAL Officer to make sure that the following milestones are achieved: Set-up of appropriate systems to register safeguarding cases at the level of CI MOs; Set-up of a database to compile case data at the level of the CI General Secretariat; Comprehensive progress report on mainstreaming safeguarding across the Confederation (by January 2021); Annual report on overall case data at the level of the Confederation (by January 2021). Policies · Make sure the current Caritas Internationalis safeguarding policy framework is strengthened by introducing new policies and updating existing ones · Make sure new/updated policies are rolled-out across the Confederation CI Safeguarding Task Force/CI Accountability Sector Working Group/CI Protection Mainstreaming Working Group · lead the CI Safeguarding Task Force to fulfil its mandate and manage new membership requests · act as a focal point for the Accountability SWG and Protection Mainstreaming WG · manage all requests for deployment/assistance through the Accountability SWG and Protection Mainstreaming WG External Representation · coordinate with SCHR to support the implementation of the Misconduct Disclosure Scheme across the Confederation · represent Caritas Internationalis in the IASC Task Team on Accountability to Affected Population and Protection from Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (APP/PSEA) 4. EXPERIENCE Five or more years of relevant experience (safeguarding, protection) in an advisory or management role with progressive responsibilities. NGO experience preferred. Excellent knowledge of the Caritas Confederation Excellent knowledge of the humanitarian sector (IASC/UN) at operational level Experience implementing safeguarding policies and practices related to staff (internal) and/or partners (external). Experience in conducting objective investigations of staff misconduct. Extensive experience creating and rolling out culturally sensitive training and capacity-building programs, materials, and communications. Experience in mentoring, coaching, facilitation and training applying adult learning principles and practices. Experience and skills in networking and relations with donors, peer organizations, and faith-based and civil society partners. Strong understanding of partnership principles. 5. KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS Master’s degree in relevant field of study. 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Country: Uganda Organization: Terre des Hommes Netherlands Closing date: 15 Aug 2020 Terre des Hommes Netherlands is looking for a full time PMEL Officer for its projects in Uganda focusing on stopping child exploitation. The position will be based in Kampala, Uganda with frequent travel within the country. This is a national position, open to applicants who can prove the right to live and work in Uganda. Initial contract period will be for one year. Background Terre des Hommes Netherlands (TdH-NL) is an international NGO committed to stopping child exploitation. In East Africa, Terre des Hommes Netherlands works in Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania and Ethiopia. We support child victims of exploitation with education, psychosocial support, legal assistance, shelter, job opportunities and medical care; while at the same time targeting highly vulnerable children, who are at risk of being exploited, in our prevention activities. We launch public and media campaigns to create awareness on our focus issues and carry out local research into the extent and nature of abuse and exploitation of children. TdH-NL in East Africa works within four child protection themes: the Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children (CSEC), the Worst Forms of Child Labour (WFCL), Child Trafficking and Migration (CTM), and Child Abuse (CA) in the form of Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights. Through collaboration with local civil society organisations (CSOs), TdH-NL implements development, humanitarian/relief and advocacy interventions in various parts of Uganda, supported by own TdH-NL funding and from various foundations. Our Vision: Terre des Hommes Netherlands works towards a world where all children have a decent life and can grow up to be independent adults. A world in which children are no longer exploited. We will continue our work until this is accomplished. Our Mission: Terre des Hommes Netherlands prevents child exploitation, removes children from exploitative situations and ensures these children can develop themselves in a safe environment. Objective of the position The Planning, Monitoring, Evaluation & Learning Officer (PME&L; Officer) is responsible for the coordination of the planning, monitoring, evaluation and learning systems for projects and programmes in Uganda. To ensure the quality of the PMEL of the projects and programmes, the Officer will assist in the implementation of policies and systems. He/she will also be a resource person to the country team and partners for project/programme planning, reporting and analysis. This is a full-time position, based in Kampala, with frequent travel to the field. Initial contract period will be for one year, with a possibility of extension. Position within the organisation The PME&L; Officer reports to the Country Manager Uganda and provides functional guidance and support to the country team in Uganda in relation to quality programme planning, monitoring, evaluation, learning and reporting. He/she will receive technical guidance from the regional Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation Coordinator (based at the Regional Office East Africa in Nairobi) and the Project Back Office in the Head Office in the Netherlands. Result areas 1. Co-develop quality policy Follows, signals and analyses relevant bottlenecks, trends and developments inside and outside the organisation. Translates these into consequences, opportunities and/or improvements to the quality policy for the benefit of the entire organisation. Advises management regarding the development or adaptation of the quality policy pursued. Evaluates the developed policy, identifies possible bottlenecks/deviations, and makes suggestions for improvement. Result: Quality policy co-developed in such a way that developments have been timely signalled, analysed and translated to the organisation and qualitatively good improvement proposals have been brought forward. 2. Setup & implement a planning, monitoring, evaluation and learning system Develops PME&L; system and standards, regulations and instruments for optimal accountability process with regard to implemented policies and programs and/or projects. Coordinate implementation of MEL plan across the country programme & projects Monitor progress and effects of project interventions against set strategic priorities; Support teams to monitor and evaluate progress and effect of the projects in respective localities as well as coherence with the overall strategic priorities; Facilitate monitoring of cross cutting issues by all stakeholders at all levels. Ensuring quality and accountability of MEL: Signals and analyses improvement points regarding the accountability of the programmes/projects implemented by the organisation; Ensures the systems used to collect data on indicators and to generate relevant MEL reports comply with established quality standards; Analyse lessons learned for quality and accountability and facilitate reviews (project, internal and external evaluations) at country level and audits as per agreed standards. Facilitation of knowledge building and knowledge sharing on MEL: Leads on the analysis, interpretation and reporting of MEL results; a key input to regular narrative reports covering progress of the TdH-NL programme; Identifies and formulates MEL findings, lessons learned and recommendations and avail results for decision-making processes and further project development; Promotes the utilisation of the collected data at country level in monitoring of strengths, weaknesses and gaps in the implementation and proposed adjustments in PMEL; Facilitate dissemination of lessons learnt across the organisation/ programme/ project and with partners, donors and other stakeholders as need arises. Information Management: Facilitate capacity building for partners to enable them to monitor and evaluate their own efforts to gather and analyse relevant data and produce required progress reports; Assist the country office, local partners and major stakeholders in the strategic use of data and information so as to improve the impact of the country programme; Convene and chair M&E; country platform meetings with country and partner PMEL focal points for collective analysis and interpretation of PMEL information. Result: PM&E; system (co-)setup in such a way that standards, regulations and instruments have been developed, data analysed and the organisation’s project/programme activities can be accounted for in a timely and correct manner. 3. Give advice and provide information Is the point of contact for substantive questions regarding the MEL focus area. Provides solicited and unsolicited advice, information, and support regarding the policies pursued and programmes/projects within the organisation and their accountability. Generates (management) information for annual plans, the budget, and budget monitoring. Result: Advice given and information provided in such a way that those involved have been informed and advised in an expert manner. 4. Maintain contacts Maintains internal and external contacts associated with the function. Builds and maintains a network of stakeholder organisations. Initiates and develops information and knowledge transfer in the applicable policy area and provides information and advice to internal and external stakeholders. Result: Contacts have been maintained in such a way that the organization is well represented in external circles. Knowledge and skills Knowledge of and experience in setting up and implementing planning, monitoring, evaluation and learning systems; Knowledge of principles and current approaches to MEL; Strong skills in collecting, analysing, interpreting qualitative and quantitative data; A high level of written and verbal communication, including an ability to write clear and concise reports; Proven capacity to build the MEL skills of colleagues and/or partners; Knowledge of stakeholder engagement. Competence profile A. Analytical capacity Understanding the essence of complex issues by logical reasoning, investigation of potential causes, separation of key messages from the mass of detail and acknowledgment of their interdependence. Innovative: documents and analyses innovative strategies and new approaches for purposes of updating the MEL plan. Initiative taker, makes sound judgment, creates synergy and manages conflict and open to learning and sharing knowledge. Supports and involves others in the immediate vicinity in issue analysis while demonstrating exemplary behaviour. B. Driving for quality Setting stringent requirements for the quality of your own or other people’s work; striving for continuous improvement. Sets high standards for the quality of work within the organisational entity and encourages continuous quality improvement. Skilled at multitasking and prioritising, working independently with minimal supervision, leading and designing projects autonomously. Flexible and adaptable: willing to work irregular hours in accordance with the needs of the role. C. The power of persuasion Expressing opinions convincingly, demonstrating interaction and debating effectively, thereby generating acceptance of viewpoints and ideas. Defends and argues points of view with tact and in a clear and convincing manner while taking other opinions into account. Team player, facilitating open communication in the team and building relationships. D. Networking Builds relationships and networks that are helpful when realising objectives and utilises informal networks to get things done. Excellent interpersonal and intercultural skills and ability to interact professionally with partners, donors, stakeholders and staff at all levels of the organisation. Stakeholder orientation: establishes, builds and sustains effective relationships within the work unit, partnership, and with internal and external stakeholders; anticipates the needs of partners and addresses them promptly. Person Specification Must be a graduate of statistics, social sciences or other relevant social science degree. A relevant post graduate degree is mandatory. Must have a minimum of 5 years experience in programme planning, monitoring, evaluation and learning. Proven experience in capacity building of civil society organisations for programme planning, monitoring, evaluation and learning. Knowledge of and experience in project cycle management, including the use of logical framework, theory of change and other planning tools. Experience with Child Rights based programming is an advantage. Experience with Lobby & Advocacy. How to apply: Interested candidates are invited to send their motivation letter and Curriculum Vitae clearly indicating how he/she meets the position’s requirements via email to recruitment.africa@tdh.nl no later than 15th August 2020. Please note that this is a national position, open to candidates who can prove the right to work and live in Uganda. Please also note that due to the expected large number of applicants, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
Lead Researcher
Country: Afghanistan Organization: Integrity Watch Afghanistan Closing date: 10 Aug 2020 The lead researcher is expected to prepare a report on the assessment of the National integrity system of Afghanistan together with such comparative charts and graphs as may be necessary and appropriate to illustrate certain key points using the data set provided by the research team. Integrity Watch will expect well-written (in English), thought-provoking and evidence-based policy-oriented reports within the agreed timeline, after which and based upon comments from senior management of Integrity Watch, representatives of Integrity Watch’s Board and other external reviewers, the consultant will finalize the report based on comments and approval from the relevant unit at Integrity Watch. During the extent of this consultancy, the selected consultant will work under the supervision of Integrity Watch’s Head of communication and advocacy and will report on progress of the assessment on a by-weekly basis. Tasks · Design of the research/assessment of the National Integrity System Assessment-NIS of Afghanistan · Prepare a plan and research or data collection tools for the data collection and for the project in general; · Deliver and get the on NIS assessment operational plan and the research/data collection tools. · Review and analyses all relevant quantitative and qualitative associated literature / research. · Review and analyze all relevant quantitative and qualitative data from the recently conducted surveys and related literature and research. · Conduct individual and group interviews and focus group meetings with implementing government officials, national and international anti-corruption experts, national and international observers, civil society and private sector and donor community. · Analyze the data and to prepare detailed and well-balanced reports. · The reports should include an executive summary of the key insights from the whole report, a section that provides an overview of the implementation of NIS assessment generally from an Afghan and a global perspective, and sections that reviews/assess the NIS · Liaise closely at all times with the Integrity Watch Head of Research unit · Deliver and validate the initial research findings in a workshop with the implementing government institutions’ officials, national and. · Write up high-quality and professional reports summarizing the findings of the assessment. · Deliver the draft assessment report to Integrity Watch, and collect the comments and feedback in order to improve the report. · Incorporate internal, peer, board reviewers’ comments in the reports. Data / Project Management · The consultant follows the project and data management procedures of Integrity watch Afghanistan and the research/assessment methodology developed by the Integrity Watch. The procedures and methodology will be clearly defined in writing and forwarded to the Service Provider. · The project work to be carried-out in the Dropbox file system. · Dropbox shared folder is the property of Integrity Watch. · All official work, to be fulfilled in the Dropbox folder and service provider should synchronize it regularly as needed. Analysis and Write up of the researches · The service provider is obliged to write one report applying the research methodology designed for the assessment. · The consultant is responsible to review the related literature, analyze the data (qualitative and quantitative) collected by Integrity Watch for the implantation of NIS project QUALIFICATIONS The successful candidate will possess some or all of the following characteristics: · At least a master degree in social and political science, public policy or administration or other relevant fields. Having doctorate degree is preferred. · Minimum 10 years of experience in assessment, anti-corruption, policy analysis and research in Afghanistan and other countries, preferably in anti-corruption research and assessments. · Solid understanding of qualitative and quantitative anti-corruption, policy and institutional assessment, evaluation and research methodology. · Proven background and ability to write standard reports on policy analysis. · Solid understanding of Afghan government, laws, structures and policies. · Good professional reputation in assessments and evaluations. · Substantial experience in conducting different type of interviews and/or survey, focus group meetings and site visits; · Ability to work autonomously but in direct cooperation with the National Anti-Corruption Strategy Assessment Committee, and in a multi-cultural work environment; · Excellent speaking skills and ability to conceptualise and build arguments · Good representation and communication skills, and ability to correctly present the aims of the project · Proven interest in issues of justice, integrity and anti-corruptions in governance in Afghanistan.** Key Deliverables · Complete all activities within approved timeline of the project · Finalized operational research/assessment plan and the data collection tools · Conduct interviews, focus group meetings and site visits with different organizations, institutions and individuals - within the specific time period · The draft report of the assessment and the final report after incorporation of comments and approval by the management Timelines The researchers will work with the Research Unit of Integrity Watch in order to manage and complete Research project. The Head of Research department will work closely with the researchers to help them complete the task. The Researchers are obliged to submit all the deliverables, complete and submit final document and other related information no later than the approved timeline. How to apply: Interested and qualified candidates are encouraged to apply by sending their CV and Cover letter to the email hr@iwaweb.org no later than August 10, 2020. please mention the position “Lead Researcher” in the subject of your email. Otherwise your application will not be considered. Note: Only the shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
VACANCY: American Red Cross Consultant Baseline and End-Line Study 2020
Country: Indonesia Organization: American Red Cross Closing date: 31 Aug 2020 VACANCY: American Red Cross Consultant Baseline and End-Line Study (For engaging a Consultant to undertake a Baseline Study for Fostering Disaster-Ready Communities through Sustainable and Inclusive Disaster Risk Reduction Project, Indonesia And an End-line Study for Community Based Disaster Risk Reduction Project, Indonesia) Summary of Purpose: The purpose of the baseline and end-line study is to measure current knowledge, attitude and practice towards disaster risk, and disaster preparedness among households in targeted communities and schools covered by the project. Additionally, the baseline and end-line study will also enable identification and understanding of the level of preparedness of communities (including schools) to natural hazards, specifically in terms of their self-organization, ability to take action, knowledge and awareness, and connectivity. Scope of Work of the Consultant: Submission of an inception report, preparation, implementation, data cleaning and analysis, and reporting of the baseline and end-line study.** Summary of Methodology: The studies will utilize mixed method(s), employing both quantitative and qualitative approaches, adapted to the local context. This will include a household-level survey (and school-level survey), and an assessment of community (and school disaster readiness). ** Audience: The Indonesian Red Cross Society (Palang Merah Indonesia) NHQ, Project Staff and Management, Indonesia Delegation (American Red Cross), AMEE Region (American Red Cross) and NHQ (American Red Cross).** Reporting to: The consultant will report to American Red Cross Country Representative, Indonesia Delegation, with attention of PMI Head of DM Division and Head of Planning Bureau.** Location of Project Sites Baseline : District of Manggarai (East Nusa Tenggara Province) and Tanggamus (Lampung Province) Endline : Districts of West Lampung and Tanggamus (Lampung Province), Boyolali (Central Java Province), and West Halmahera (North Maluku Province). BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES Community Based Disaster Risk Reduction (CBDRR) Project: From 2017 to 2019 PMI, with support of AmCross, has been working to improve disaster-prone communities’ preparedness and response capacities across the provinces of Lampung, North Maluku, and Central Java. The project expanded on existing Integrated Community Based Disaster Risk Reduction (ICBRR) programming with the aim of reducing deaths, injuries, and negative socio-economic impacts among highly vulnerable communities in areas of reoccurring natural disasters, by improving their capacity to reduce disaster risks and impact. The project adopted an ICBRR program framework which entails capacity building for local communities, schools, stakeholders, and PMI personnel on effective disaster response, establishing an early warning system (EWS), and pre-positioning emergency commodities for rapid deployment Fostering Disaster-Ready Communities through Sustainable and Inclusive Disaster Risk Reduction (FDRCSI-DRR) Project: Since January 2020, continuing from the CBDRR project, PMI has continued to engage the support and partnership of AmCross to further build the capacities of targeted communities in preparing for and responding to disasters, as well as to strengthen PMI’s institutional capacities in delivering essential disaster risk management services to such communities, across Lampung and East Nusa Tenggara provinces. The project leverages the progressive and enabling environment in Indonesia to develop disaster-ready communities, while adhering to the national standards and indicators for resilient villages and safer schools. It adopts a sustainable and inclusive approach in its focus on enhancing disaster preparedness in proposed areas and among intended populations. This will ensure that project activities will address some of the most relevant vulnerabilities and underlying disaster risk factors – particularly regional disparities, inequality, exclusion, and chronic environmental degradation. Previous Surveys/Studies: The CBDRR project was implemented between July 2017- Dec 2019. During this period a project baseline as well as a disaster ready community assessment were conducted to track and monitor overall project progress and impact over a period of time. Information gathered from each process proved very valuable in terms of contributing to better understanding of the communities needs and for receiving their feedback. This in turn enabled the project to strengthen its community focus through adjustments of work plans and budgets. This also ensured the successful completion of the project’s planned activities on time and within budget. Owing to the successes of the CBDRR project, the project team will replicate the current project model in new districts while also designing new project activities that include inclusive and sustainability components. Objectives of the Baseline and End-Line Study The purpose of the baseline and end-line study is twofold. First, to assess the knowledge and understanding of disaster preparedness in target vulnerable communities covered by the project. The studies attempt to understand, at the household level and school level, ongoing practices and behavior of highly vulnerable populations in relation to their needs and priorities in the disaster preparedness planning processes. It intends to provide baseline and end-line data on community-based disaster risk reduction (CBDRR) indicators to set out realistic project targets and enable the assessment of project progress over time. Second, at the community (including school) -level, the study aims to promote better understanding and analysis in terms of community preparedness towards natural disasters. This will be accomplished through examining community (including school)-level preparedness in four key areas, namely self-organization, ability to take action, knowledge and awareness, and connectivity. Overall, this baseline and end-line study will enable assessing the capacity of vulnerable communities in relation to responding to disasters more effectively and reducing risks while also recognizing community-level strengths and weaknesses. The result of the baseline will be used to adjust project strategies and intervention (where necessary and applicable) to ensure that project activities address gaps identified from the baseline study. Furthermore, baseline results will be compared with end-line results to examine project outcomes (both positive and negative) over time. Lastly, baseline and end-line results will also enable learning and sharing of community practices on using innovative tools and resources to help increase their safety and resilience. SCOPE OF WORK OF THE CONSULTANT The consultant will be responsible to ensure the baseline and end-line study utilizes methodologies that meet quantitative and qualitative research standards of the scientific community. The scope of work must include the following: Review of secondary sources of information Questionnaire finalization (in close consultation with the project team) Conduct baseline and end-line surveys and community (and school) disaster readiness assessment (in close consultation with the project team) Data management, analysis, and reporting (in close consultation with the project team) BASELINE METHODOLOGY This baseline and end-line study will comprise of a household level survey (and school level survey) as well as an assessment of community (and school) disaster readiness, employing both quantitative and qualitative methods. In consultation with the project team, consultants are free and encouraged to be as creative as possible in arriving at a suitable methodology that will ensure that the objectives of the studies are fully met in a timely and efficient manner, provided the methodology meets the standard recommended methods and proposed sampling parameters indicated in this term of reference. Household Survey: Household surveys (i.e., either on-site enumerator assisted in-depth interviews or on-site local volunteer-assisted in-depth interviews). If assisted by local Red Cross Volunteers, training on the methodology and tools for the household survey will be provided to the Red Cross Volunteers remotely via virtual mechanisms by the consultant and data will be collected through mobile devices using apps such as ODK or KoboToolbox. School Survey: As part of the baseline and end-line studies, project implementing schools will also be selected for this study. The school level survey (multiple choice test) will assess the understanding of students on topics related to general disasters and community-based disaster risk reduction. The selected school survey sample will ensure proportionate representation in terms of gender and ethnicity Community (and School) Disaster Readiness Assessment: An assessment of community (and school) -level disaster readiness will also be conducted in all project’s target communities as part of the baseline and end-line study. The assessment (based on a checklist measuring community/school disaster readiness) will utilize a combination of desk reviews, focus group discussions, selected household (and school) visits, as well as interaction with community members and the project’s field teams. The Disaster Ready Assessment tool is already a defined tool and used by AmCross and PMI in preparedness projects to understand community and school readiness to disasters. The same tool will be used in this assessment in conjunction with community (and school) assessment tools developed by the Indonesian National Board for Disaster Management (BNPB). Sampling Parameters Geographic Scope Target Population Sampling Unit Sampling Method Sample Size Parameters The consultant will also undertake a descriptive analysis (means, confidence intervals, etc.) of the data collected from the baseline survey as part of the overall analysis and reporting of the baseline survey. BASELINE STUDY TOOLS Household Survey (and School Survey) A standard questionnaire for the household survey (and school survey) will be provided to the consultant. The consultant will be responsible for adapting, pre-testing, and finalizing the questionnaire(s) in consideration of local contexts, and in close consultation with the project team. Community Disaster Readiness Checklist (and School Disaster Readiness Checklist) The consultant will utilize AmCross’ Community (and School) Disaster Readiness checklist for conducting community level (and school level) disaster readiness assessments in conjunction with the household (and school) survey. BNPB Disaster Resilient Village (and Safe School) Assessment The consultant will utilize, in conjunction with AmCross’ Community (and School) Disaster Readiness checklist, BNPB’s Disaster Resilient Village (and Safe Schools) Assessment. While the BNPB assessment tools have indicators that are aligned with those within the AmCross Disaster Readiness Checklists, there are indicators that are unique to the Indonesian context. WORK PLAN AND EXPECTED DELIVERABLES Work Plan (indicative) The study period will be for an expected duration of 60 working days. The consultant will be required to provide and confirm a detailed work plan during the inception period. Expected Deliverables Deliverables should be in both English and Bahasa Indonesia (with the exception of preliminary/ draft reports). Expected deliverables for the Baseline and End-line study are as follows: Inception Report (study design) Finalized data collection tools Training manual for field staff Data entry software designed for survey (for use with mobile devices) All data files in SPSS & Excel (raw data sets, modified data sets, log files, code book) Sampling weights used in data analysis (if applicable) Reports with preliminary study results in English only Draft reports in English only (based on feedback provided from initial version with preliminary results) Final reports QUALIFICATION, APPLICATION, AND SELECTION Qualification of Consultant The required qualifications and experience are as follows: Five to seven years’ experience conducting and leading survey research and assessments, both quantitative and qualitative, 4 of which should be with international organizations (NGOs, UN, and other humanitarian agencies) Post graduate degree, from a recognized institution, in social research, survey methodologies, or monitoring & evaluation Demonstrated experience in questionnaire development and testing Demonstrated experience in training and managing data collectors/enumerators Experience with survey work in DRR or related sectors Experience in Monitoring and Evaluation (preferably in DRR or related sectors) Excellent knowledge and skills in research methodology and statistical analysis. Demonstrated experience and expertise in designing, managing and analyzing data for multifaceted survey designs (stratified, clustered, multistage, disproportionate selection probabilities, etc.) Experience in using mobile device-based data collection Advanced computer skills (SPSS and Excel) Excellent communication skills for training and facilitation, and leadership to manage and coordinate a team of data collectors/enumerators Excellent report writing skill both in English and the Bahasa language. Ability to work independently, ability to juggle and coordinate various tasks simultaneously, ability to prioritize tasks, well organized, reliable and trustworthy The application proposal should not exceed 10 pages, and should use the following outline: Consultant experience (with detailed CVs attached) Methods Work plan Field team Training details Quality control and ethics Data entry and processing plan Data analysis Progress updates Proposed Budget Professional references Writing Sample Selection Criteria Qualifications section Cost Experience in quantitative and qualitative research methodologies Experience in DRR sector Number of Days and Timeline availability How to apply: Please contact recruitment@amredcross.org to get the complete TOR (14 pages) including annexes. Your proposal application should be in English not later than 31 August 2020 to the same recruitment’s email address with subject of email entitled “***Consultancy Application: Baseline and End-Line Study 2020***” in the subject line and label your CV, proposal, and writing sample with your name and document type in the file names. Only shortlisted candidates will be notified and contacted for an interview. Applications received after the deadline or incomplete applications will not be considered.
External Relations Officer, P4 (Temporary Job Opening)
Country: Thailand Organization: UN Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific Closing date: 11 Aug 2020 Org. Setting and Reporting The mandate of the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP) is to promote sustainable and inclusive development and regional connectivity in the Asian and Pacific region. ESCAP’s role as a regional development arm of the United Nations Secretariat is to support its membership with policy-oriented research and analysis, normative support and technical assistance and capacity building, to respond to the development priorities and changing needs of the Asian and Pacific region. This position is located in the Strategic Communications and Advocacy Section (SCAS) under the Office of the Executive Secretary. The incumbent reports directly to Chief of SCAS. Responsibilities Within delegated authority, the External Relations Officer is responsible for external relations and strategic analysis, with the following duties: • Prepares internal and external communications products including key messages, speeches, talking points in collaboration with divisions and offices for presentation by the Executive Secretary in support of the Executive Secretary's engagement in external events and the strategic positioning of the leadership of ESCAP; • Undertakes research as required and drafts strategic inputs for technical papers and analytical studies on selected regional, national or sectorial aspects of socio-economic development to support the Executive Secretary’s external engagement and role, and undertakes other writing, as required; • Provides substantive support for policy coordination and evaluation functions, through up-to-date analysis of emerging issues and trends, as well as external context and stakeholders relevant to ESCAP’s mission and objectives; • Develops an up-to-date archive of briefing materials on the work of ESCAP including UN policy positions on key development issues, key development information on Member States and their engagement with ESCAP, for ready reference in support of the Executive Secretary’s participation in events and for in the issuance of statements on corporate positions regarding development issues in the Asia-Pacific region. • Identifies materials and tools that meet the information needs of the Organization and its information clientele; and supports the implementation of new technologies in information management to ensure efficient access to information throughout the Organization. • Works closely with the Chief of SCAS in reviewing drafts and manuscripts of United Nations publications for adherence to corporate policy, consistency with corporate positioning and UN policy on the concerned subject, maintaining a publications repository and providing analysis and recommendations, as may be required, to ESCAP’s Editorial Board; • Coordinates media coverage of the Executive Secretary’s participation in events press conferences, development of press releases and action on other strategic communication issues relating to the Executive Secretary’s missions and public appearances. • Performs other related duties, including supervision of staff, as may be required. Education Advanced university degree (Master’s degree or equivalent) in communications, economics, public relations, international relations and development, social science or related area. A first-level university degree in the above fields in combination with two additional years of qualifying experience may be accepted in lieu of the advanced university degree. Work Experience A minimum of seven years of progressively responsible experience in providing strategic analysis and policy advice, including experience in complex international organizations required. Experience in preparing key messages, speeches, talking points and thematic briefings for presentation to a variety of targeted audiences required. Experience in using a range of information management tools is required. Experience in development issues, especially in Asia and the Pacific, is desirable. Experience in dealing with high-level officials is desirable. Experience working in an international organization or government is desirable. Languages English and French are the working language of the UN Secretariat. For this post, fluency in English is required. Knowledge of another UN official language is an advantage. How to apply: To apply, please visit: https://www.unescap.org/jobs
Third Party Monitoring (TPM) Manager
Country: Democratic Republic of the Congo Organization: International Business & Technical Consultants, Inc. Closing date: 2 Sep 2020 Overview International Business & Technical Consultants, Inc. (IBTCI), a U.S. based international development consulting company established in 1987, has worked in over one hundred countries and implemented over three hundred projects. IBTCI serves government agencies, private sector companies and several donor agencies. IBTCI specializes in Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E;) across many sectors including, but not limited to, conflict and crisis, democracy and governance, economic growth, education, environment, and global health. Job Title: Third Party Monitoring (TPM) Manager Department/Location: Kinshasa, DRC Reports To: Chief of Party Type: Regular Full-Time Classification: Exempt Level Position Overview: IBTCI is pursuing a United States Agency for International Development-funded opportunity in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). The opportunity, Monitoring, Evaluation and Coordination Contract II (MECC II) will provide support to the USAID Regional Mission based in DRC, encompassing the DRC, the Republic of Congo (RoC) and the Central African Republic (CAR. The support will include technical and advisory services in planning, designing, conducting, disseminating, and learning from monitoring and evaluation (M&E;) of the Mission’s portfolios in order to measure progress towards its development objectives and improve the achievement and sustainability of the Mission’s development outcomes. MECC II will provide services to strengthen the Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning (MEL) capabilities of USAID/DRC staff, targeted local partners, and the Government of DRC. The Mission is developing this contract to improve upon and provide additional implementation support to the Country Development and Cooperation Strategy (CDCS) and USAID’s regional strategic frameworks through an enhanced MEL system. To support this opportunity, IBTCI is seeking a qualified Third Party Monitoring (TPM) Manager. This is a full time position based in Kinshasa/DRC. The TPM Manager will facilitate, manage and ensure the quality of third party monitoring of USAID implementing partners’ activities, covering all of the MECC II geographic areas. The TPM manager will report to the Deputy Chief of Party. Applicants must have strong English and French speaking and writing skills. This position is contingent upon award Please note the DRC has a security threat level of 5. The incumbent will need to follow the advice of his/her security advisor(s) and must have added awareness of his/her surroundings. Responsibilities Essential Duties/Tasks and Responsibilities: Support the Deputy Chief of Party (DCOP) in the direct supervision and reporting of all work related to Third Party Monitoring. Day-to-day responsibility for managing the TPM activities and for monitoring compliance with contract delivery requirements and USAID policies. S/he will liaise with the COP and DCOP on all technical requirements of TPM activities and all matters related to budgeting, recruitment, and subcontracting of data collection firms for these activities. Responsible for developing data collection tools and facilitating training, as needed, for data collection subcontractors. Responsible for planning and oversight of a detailed, high volume work plan for TPM activities, and ensuring that the staff and funds are coordinated effectively and efficiently in the delivery of high quality deliverables. This will require that some time (approximately 25-30%) is spent in the field to support the training of and/or oversee the work of Field Supervisors, Third Party Monitors and other consultants. Collaborate closely with IBTCI Home Office and Field Office staff to ensure adherence to organizational program standards, procedures, and contract requirements. This will require liaising with individual program staff, consultants, and Third Party Monitoring firms. Must collaborate, communicate and be transparent with USAID to clarify TPM needs and coordinate with IPs to obtain necessary documents and information for tool development, planning, and logistics to execute site visits. Responsibilities include, but not limited to: Work Planning and Work Plan Implementation: Directly responsible for the detailed planning of all key TPM work processes from pre-deployment, through data collection and field work to post-deployment and reporting. Routine monitoring of the TPM master work plan and workflow processes and problem-solving against constraints experienced in consultation with the COP and team. Monitor compliance with contract delivery requirements and USAID policies. Propose appropriate TPM policies and implementation strategy, and update periodically in consultation with the COP. Quality Assurance: Directly responsible for ensuring that TPM processes are executed in accordance with established protocols and guidelines, and USAID and IBTCI standards. Timely and substantive review and finalization of TPM deliverables and reports for submission to USAID, ensuring that they meet USAID and IBTCI quality standards. Presentation of TPM analysis and key findings to USAID and IPs ensuring that they meet both USAID and IBTCI quality standards, involving the COP and team. Obtain input and approval of new/revised tools and protocols for TPM activities from the COP. Approve all TPM Team deliverables prior to submission to the COP and HO. Budgeting, Contracting, Reporting and Representation: Negotiate, with the help of the Home Office, the TPM budgets prior to each Round of data collection in accordance with the terms of the contract, review and approve specific task orders for TPM subcontractors, and conduct the initial review and submission through the COP of the TPM invoices for payment to the Home Office. Play a key role in the face-to-face meetings with the TPM subcontractors to ensure they are meeting USAID and IBTCI quality standards, and that they receive regular feedback regarding their work and inputs. Review and approval of TPM monthly budget projections. Develop analytic framework to identify trends, key findings, outliers and lessons learned per each round of TPM activities. Prepare periodic Synthesis and Analysis Reports for selected IPs, working with the COP and Learning Specialist. Plan and lead the preparation and delivery of regular USAID presentations with the input of the MV&R; Manager and team. Key point of contact for TPM activities in the absence of COP. Technical responsibilities include, but not limited to: Consultant and Third Party Monitor Management and Capacity Development: Take the lead in the day-to-day supervision and management of the performance of TPM contractors (TPMs subcontractors, report writers, other consultants etc.), including development of scopes of work, selection, procurement, budgeting and performance monitoring with inputs from the Chief of Party. Manage any STTA assignments relevant to the delivery of MV&R; obligations. Develop and assist in the delivery of training in the field and in Kinshasa for TPMs subcontractors, Field Supervisors, and Report Writers. Develop the skills and capacities of the TPM Team members. Additional Duties/Tasks and Responsibilities: Represent IBTCI to the client and, where possible, in conferences and workshops. Other duties/tasks as assigned. Qualifications Minimum Requirements: Approximately seven (7) years of experience in program management and contract compliance. Strong organizational skills, analytical capabilities, able to work in a fast-paced environment, demonstrated ability to handle multiple tasks. Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English and French. Familiarity with standard/office IT applications including program management software. Demonstrated previous involvement in research or monitoring and evaluation projects. Demonstrated ability to produce and edit reports and technical documents. Education: Bachelor's degree required; advanced degree preferred. Preferred Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Demonstrated skills in working collaboratively with others to create and maintain a team environment and culture. Familiarity with financial systems and administrative procedures, ideally with USAID or USG. Working Environment: Work is typically performed in an office environment. Physical Requirements: This position requires the incumbent to be mobile and agile at a moment’s notice in case of emergency. This is largely a sedentary position that requires the ability to speak, hear, see and lift small objects up to 20 lbs. Supervisory Responsibility: The TPM Team Members and subcontractors will report to this position. Travel: An average of 25% to 35% travel for project implementation and/or project management. Percentages may vary depending on portfolio needs). International travel may be required and may include travel to fragile and/or conflict-prone zones. Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice. IBTCI is committed to a policy of equal employment opportunity for all persons without regard to race, color, religion, sex, gender identification, age, marital status, disability, sexual orientation, national origin, disabled veteran or Vietnam-era veteran, or any other classification protected by applicable anti-discrimination laws. We prohibit and do not tolerate any form of discrimination or harassment. VEVRAA Federal Contractor. If you are an applicant with a disability that requires a reasonable accommodation to complete any part of the application process or are limited in the ability, or unable to use the online application system and need an alternative method for applying, you may contact Human Resources at 703-749-0100. How to apply: To apply for this position, please use the following link to the position posting on the IBTCI website: https://careers-ibtci.icims.com/jobs/2654/third-party-monitoring-%28tpm%29-manager/job
Regional Office Coordinator - Egypt
Country: Egypt Organization: Creative Associates International Closing date: 2 Sep 2020 Overview Project Summary: Creative Associates seeks a Regional Office Coordinator for an upcoming USAID-funded program in Egypt. The anticipated Building Egypt's Skilled Workforce (BESWF) activity will focus on interventions aimed at achieving the following results: Modernizing and improving the quality of Egypt's technical and vocational education and training (TVET) system in order to develop the technical skills and capabilities demanded by a globally competitive private sector; Improving human resource management at the firm level and ensuring strong private sector engagement with the TVET system to maximize employment opportunities for graduates; and Improving the enabling environment through employment and labor market policy reform to address inefficiencies at local and national levels. Position Summary: The Regional Office Coordinator supports the Technical Deputy Chief of Party (DCOP), manages a team of regional coordinators as well as one field office, and carries out any other tasks assigned by the Technical DCOP to ensure proper management of the Contract. The Regional Office Coordinator will oversee the Contract's regional development and implementation through direct supervision of its regional technical teams, as directed by the Technical DCOP. Reporting and Supervision: The Regional Office Coordinator works under the leadership of the Technical DCOP and supports the Technical DCOP in appropriate technical and coordination aspects of program. Responsibilities Primary Responsibilities: Manages the team of regional technical specialists and supports the Contract's implementation of its core technical areas, in cooperation with the Technical DCOP, other project staff, USAID, and the Government of Egypt; Supports the Chief of Party (COP), DCOP, and technical teams in identifying, reaching out to, and managing cooperation with stakeholders in the private sector, civil society, and national and local government, in the target regions in compliance with Creative and USG policies and procedures; Provides support to the Technical DCOP in programmatic, strategic development and quality control duties; and liaise with USAID and government stakeholders to respond to their informational, data and monitoring requirements; Provides technical contributions to regional development and implementation results; Develops and delivers reports and written documentation related to technical activities to be reported to USAID, including weekly, quarterly and annual reports, and all relevant project deliverables; Oversees operational management of a field office in either Port Said or Aswan governorate, including procurements, financial management, and other operational needs; Ensures field office meets client requirements, USAID rules and regulations, and all regularly reporting deadlines; and Responds to requests from donor and supervisors as needed.**Qualifications** Required Skills and Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in business, economics, international development, or other relevant field; At least five (5) years of experience implementing complex economic growth assistance; of which three (3) years should be experience focused on promoting workforce development in rural or peri-urban areas in one or more of the Contract's target areas; Previous experience in workforce development, with a deep knowledge of Egyptian TVET systems preferred; Experience effectively integrating gender and youth programming into development programs; Experience managing operational needs of international development programming, including experience managing contract compliance, finance, procurement, and other operational team members; Experience working collaboratively with host country governments and the local private sector, and coordinating activities with those of other donors; and Excellent oral and written Arabic and English language communication skills. Local candidates are strongly encouraged to apply. Position contingent upon donor funding. PI122246411 Apply Here How to apply: Apply Here
Program Associate, Governance and Community Resilience
Country: United States of America Organization: Creative Associates International Closing date: 2 Sep 2020 Overview Creative seeks a Program Associate for the Communities in Transition Division. The Program Associate (PA) works under regular supervision and performs a wide variety of responsible assignments within their project area by serving as a member of a Headquarters (HQ)-based team. The PA provides regular project backstopping support, travels internationally for field projects and reconnaissance activities and helps to ensure the successful and compliant implementation of assigned projects. The Program Associate serves as the primary financial, contractual, and program backstop for a specific project field team. This position works with senior project management staff to solve potential problems through professional project management and backstopping skillsets. The Program Associate provides operational, research and logistical support to project staff and consultants, and contributes drafting of relevant programmatic documents and reports. As part of the HQ team, the Program Associate works closely with the field team, and, as needed, contributes to technical aspects of program design and implementation. The Program Associate also assists with business development and proposal activities, as opportunities arise. Reporting and Supervision: Program Associates report to a Project Manager or Senior Project Manager and may have a dotted line to the Project Director. Responsibilities Expected Outcomes: Project Management PAs provide consistent and timely support to project teams during project ramp-ups, implementation and closedowns, contributing to meeting contractual obligations and fiscal targets and ensuring program compliance with client and Creative's administrative, financial, procurement and operational procedures. Project staffing, project obligations, and reporting meet anticipated levels and high-quality standards and develop others' knowledge and learning. PAs keep senior project leadership abreast of significant threats, project implementation deficiencies and opportunities. Financial Management PAs help meet project performance targets and revenue projections based on hands-on project and financial management skills, active management of vacancies, non-billables, and foregone revenue. Projects requiring important course corrections or corporate support are elevated to senior management. Staff Management (Sr.) and Program Specialists and (Sr.) and Program Assistants are tangibly supported technically and professionally; their professional objectives and personal needs are well understood, as are those of key staff in the field. Contributions to meaningful, constructive and timely performance reviews is key. Projects honor all aspects of programmatic and fiscal compliance and PAs work diligently to identify opportunities to enhance HQ and field coordination and communication. New Business Development PAs make contributions to proposal development and business development efforts, as needed. Creative projects demonstrate an entrepreneurial spirit and seize opportunities in the local marketplace and pave the way for the realization of new business opportunities. PAs help Creative's visibility before stakeholders. Learning & Adaptation PAs assist in incorporating defined learning agendas as well as Monitoring and Evaluation plans into project strategy and program/project implementation from concept to closure. Project interventions and innovations are well documented and catalogued. Pause-and-Reflect events capture salient programmatic aspects with potential for replication or scale up. Salient activities are celebrated and promoted through Creative's Communications Department. Primary Responsibilities: Backstops field projects on technical, financial and administrative tasks for assigned projects and provides financial and administrative support to the project team in the field; Supports key personnel in the field, including mobilizing and demobilizing expatriate key personnel; Supports project consultants by developing and monitoring agreements, coordinating travel and logistics, and facilitating payment requests; Supports grant management by monitoring and facilitating payment for HQ-managed grants and subcontracts to international organizations; Reviews and processes project-related documentation including invoices, ensuring program files and transactions are compliant, properly documented, and organized; Assists in the preparation, tracking and realignment of the project budget and subcontractor budgets, and prepares quarterly financial reviews and projections; Supports the development/submission of contractual requests to the Contracting Officer for all travel; Contributes to weekly and monthly reports, project success stories and other deliverables as required; Acquires intimate familiarity with contract requirements, deliverables and budgets; Develops and maintains strong working relationships with partner and/or donor organizations; Works closely with support divisions in HQ including HR, Contracts, Procurement, Field Operations, Communications, and Finance, to support complex project needs as they arise; maintaining solid knowledge of all administrative, financial systems, and operating procedures; Supports business development efforts by drafting proposal sections and budgets, assisting with proposal recruitment process, developing marketing materials, and researching topics as requested; and Supports planning of necessary reconnaissance and fact-finding trips in preparation for bids.**Qualifications** Bachelor's Degree in a relevant field and four (4) years of relevant experience, or a Master's degree and two years of relevant experience; Prior project backstopping experience for a USAID or Department of State project; Prior experience in international development in a donor funded setting; Prior experience in developing and monitoring proposal and project budgets; Experience working with consultants and vendors; Experience organizing and managing program/project knowledge/information; Experience supporting small grants programs; Strong knowledge of U.S. government donor regulations; Strong writing and editing skills; excellent communication, organizational, and analytical skills; Ability to work well in a team environment as well as independently; Ability to multi-task under tight deadlines; ability to travel internationally on short notice; and Comprehensive knowledge of Microsoft Office (Excel, PowerPoint, MS Project, etc.); and Written and oral French fluency. Desired Skills and Qualifications: One short term technical assignment and/or experience working in a developing country; and Solid project backstopping experience for U.S. or other government funded projects. PI122241083 Apply Here How to apply: Apply Here
Vacancy for IT Officer (Turkish National Only)
Country: Turkey Organization: IYD International Humanitarian Relief Association Closing date: 10 Aug 2020 IYD – Humanitarian Relief Association Deadline for applications: 10/08/2020 Position: IT Officer (Turkish National Only). Location: Turkey-Gaziantep. Working Area: Office. About: IYD – Humanitarian Relief Association: IYD is a Turkish, non-governmental, non-profit and has no political association working in various fields of humanitarian relief, development, and education. IYD was established in early 2013 in Turkey. IYD was registered in 2014 with a license No. (34-203/022) and it has been working according to Turkish Organizations Law No. /5253/ under the name: ULUSLARARASI INSANI YARDIMLAŞMA DERNEĞI IYD’s offices are spread throughout Turkey and Syria as following: Turkey: Istanbul – Gaziantep. Syria: Aleppo – Idleb. IYD vision: In science and work, pioneers in developing ways of life to draw smiles and instill hope. IYD mission: To provide the best services to develop the affected societies, meeting the basic needs according to the international standards and within a unique ethical methodology. Our values: Respecting others Transparency Teamwork Creativity Independency Neutrality IYD strategic goals: Working on ensuring a decent life for all the affected people. Rehabilitation and construction of the damaged infrastructure. Securing the daily basic needs. Raising and revitalizing the capacities of the Syrian Civil Society. JOB DESCRIPTION Job Title: IT Officer (Turkish National Only). Project / Department Title: IT & Communication. Direct supervisor / Reports to: IT Senior Officer. Overall Objective: The IT Officer will maintain the computer networks, computers, peripherals, and web sites of the organization, providing the technical support and ensuring the whole functions runs smoothly. In addition to supporting the staff with all technical requirements. Roles and Responsibilities: Collaborate with IT HOD to develop and implement an effective IT strategy. High-level coordination with all departments at the organization. Develop a monthly plan for the IT Department in coordination with the line manager. Archiving and saving the organization’s documents in a trusted way that guarantees their safety and security (in several copies). Submit daily, weekly, and monthly work reports to the line manager. Installing and configuring computer hardware, software, systems, networks, printers, and scanners. Monitoring and maintaining computer systems and networks. Responding in a timely manner to service issues and requests. Providing technical support across the organization (this may be in person or over the phone). Setting up accounts, computers, printers, and peripherals for new users. Repairing and replacing the tech equipment as necessary. Training and conduct orientation sessions for staff members. Testing and evaluating new technologies. Design and implement an attractive, user-friendly, and functional website for the organization. Responsible for both back-end and front-end development including the implementation of WordPress themes and plugins as well as site integration and security updates. Migrate old website data to the new one. Any additional tasks related to the position as requested by the line manager. Qualifications: A university degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, or any relevant certificate. MS Office 365, SharePoint Apps in-depth knowledge is required. Certifications in relevant computer languages or software (MCITP, MCDST, MCSD, MCSE, CCNA, CCNP, A+, N+ …etc) are preferred. Have in-depth knowledge of front-end programming languages, a good eye for aesthetics, and strong content management skills. A top-class WordPress Developer who can create attractive, user-friendly websites that perfectly meet the design and functionality specifications. Abilities: Sharp time management skills. Strong ethics, with an ability to manage confidential data. The ability to work in a systematic and organized manner. Problem-solving skills. A technical, logical thought process. Good understanding of website architecture UI/UX. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Fluency in Arabic and English, both written and verbal. An ability to stick to strict deadlines and prioritize the tasks. Self-starter with the ability to work with minimal supervision. Good organizational, multitasking, and time-management skills. Knowledge of digital marketing tactics, such as SEO and email marketing. Excellent critical thinking skills and the ability to exercise good judgment and solve problems quickly and effectively. The ability to use Microsoft Office programs including Excel, Word, Outlook, and PowerPoint in a professional way. Experiences: 3-4 years of experience in the same field of work. Proven work experience as a WordPress Developer. 1 year of experience in the same field of non-profit organizations. Proven administrative and IT skills, and an ability to maintain accurate records. Proven experience and knowledge with WAN, LAN, Wifi, and Peripheral equipment. Physical and personality traits required: Flexible and able to work well under pressure Capable of working collaboratively with team members to achieve objectives. How to apply: Submission: Interested candidates should use the following link for registration: http://tiny.cc/IYD20-IT-O-TR-04AUG *We are strongly encouraging females to apply for this position.* General Information: Applicants should be (Turkish National Only). Multi-sent CVs will be ignored (please send your CV only one time at a time). No resume will be reviewed after the specified date for receiving CV’s to the announced vacancy. IYD is committed to achieving workforce diversity in terms of gender, nationality, and culture. Individuals from minority groups, indigenous groups, and persons with disabilities are equally encouraged to apply. IYD does not tolerate sexual exploitation and abuse, any kind of harassment, including sexual harassment, and discrimination. All selected candidates will, therefore, undergo rigorous reference and background checks. IYD is not able to respond to every applicant individually due to the anticipated high number of applications. IYD retains the discretion to re-advertise the vacancy, to cancel the recruitment, to offer a contract with a modified job description or for a different duration, or to offer a contract at a lower grade. We thank all applicants; however, only short-listed candidates will be contacted for interviews. Shortlisting and interviews could be done before the application closing date. Website: https://iydrelief.org
Media Relations Manager
Country: United States of America Organization: Project HOPE Closing date: 7 Sep 2020 POSITION SUMMARY: The Media Relations Manager will work closely with the Senior Director, Global Media Relations to garner coverage in the US for Project HOPE’s work around the world. The person will be the main point of contact between the media and the organization. POSITION LOCATION: The position will be based remote temporarily until a permanent office location in Washington DC is established. PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES: Media Strategy – identify and develop end to end media strategies as it relates to new development and emergency response for the organization. Project Management – manages full scope of media campaigns including working with media agency, journalists, internal spokespeople and content marketing teams. Writing & Editing – this person will have a natural tendency to find the story, experienced at writing and editing the storylines and experienced in editing / writing blogs, op eds, press releases and senior leadership memos. List Building & Networking – a primary role for this person will be to reach out to journalists, foster relationships and management of media list and contacts. Story Pitching – Strong experience and success in pitching stories to journalists and garnering media coverage. You know how to re-write the storyline based on journalist angles, have a gut instinct in seeking out stories and who to pitch to and comfortable making calls to pitch out news. ESSENTIAL SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE: You have an inner drive to tell the story, understand the news cycle, what garners attention and how to pitch it to the media. You are solution-oriented and goal drive. Must have writing samples Seven plus years of communications /media relations experience, in a nonprofit – preferably in International Development, Global Health or Humanitarian Affairs Bachelor’s degree in Communications or related field Experience developing and implementing strategic PR plans Exceptional written and verbal communications skills Existing relationships with journalists preferred Ability to work well under pressure, and to respond flexibly and resourcefully to workload fluctuations, demonstrating initiative and problem solving skills Demonstrated experience in planning and organization; able to handle multiple tasks or projects of high priority in a professional and efficient manner. Demonstrated motivational skills, professional maturity, and the ability to maintain confidentiality of information. PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORK ENVIRONMENT: The physical demands and work environment characteristics described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Physical demands: While performing the duties of this job, the employee must be mobile in an office environment and able to use standard office equipment. Must be able to communicate in verbal and written form; must be able to travel domestically and internationally. Note: Project HOPE employees work in the global health field and may be required to travel or work in countries where working conditions are classified as “hardship”. Work environment: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is exposed to a typical office environment with minimal noise level. Position requires travel domestically and, occasionally, internationally. How to apply: Please visit the following link to apply online: https://projecthope.csod.com/ux/ats/careersite/2/home/requisition/619?c=projecthope
Operations Coordinator
Organization: Mission 89 Closing date: 24 Aug 2020 Mission 89 Mission 89 is a research, education, and advocacy organisation that fights the exploitation of young athletes through social and economic transformation. For more information, visit mission89.org. Position Summary The Operations Coordinator will lead the internal coordination between departments and will ensure the smooth operation of the organization with regards to HR, finances, IT, and Communications. The position oversees the communication flow within the organisation and is regularly communicating with all parts of the organisation on various topics. Primary Responsibilities Coordination: Lead monthly staff meetings and additional interdepartmental meetings; ensure that all remote staff connect and collaborate with relevant departments in their work; support the flow of information to the Board of Directors. IT/Communications: Maintain and develop online file-sharing system; manage all staff email addresses; Administration: Support the Executive Director and the Board of Directors as necessary; support with making travel arrangements; support with staff management as necessary; Human resources: responsible for all HR functions including new staff recruitment, onboarding, ensuring staff files are up to date; Financial: Budgeting for projects, processing expense reimbursements, Skills and Experience Required for the Role Experience in organizational administration, management, and coordination in the non-profit sector desired. Knowledge and understanding of human rights, human trafficking, and/or international sport preferred. Experience of working autonomously and exercising judgement. Excellent analytical, organisational, written and verbal communication skills. Ability to work independently and as part of a team. Working proficiency in English required; proficiency in French desired. Eligibility This position is open to candidates with a minimum of a bachelor’s degree. Available to work 10 - 20 hours per week (according to workload). Open to candidates from any location as work will be conducted remotely. This is a part-time unpaid volunteer position. How to apply: Please submit a CV and cover letter to Mission 89 at david.brown [at] mission89.org. The deadline for applications is August 24, 2020. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until then.
Manager, Africa and Middle East Programs
Country: United States of America Organization: Americares Closing date: 3 Sep 2020 TITLE: Manager, Africa and Middle East Programs DEPARTMENT: International Programs REPORTS TO: Director, Africa & Middle East Programs ABOUT AMERICARES Americares is a health-focused relief and development organization that responds to people affected by poverty or disaster with life-changing health programs, medicine and medical supplies. For more information, visit americares.org. Americares work across the globe is organized around three program areas: Access to Medicines, Clinics to Communities, and Emergency Programs. Our ongoing programs target five health themes: Women’s and Children’s Health, Health Systems Strengthening, Non-Communicable Diseases, Mental Health, and Infectious Disease. In the last fiscal year Americares Africa and Middle East team delivered over $39million in medical gift-in-kind to partners in eight countries across the region, and implemented maternal and child health, health worker safety and infection prevention and control, and supply chain strengthening programs in Liberia and Tanzania. This year Americares is rapidly expanding its program presence in Africa with a focus on strengthening primary care facilities to become thriving local health centers. Americares defines thriving local health centers as those with strength in four areas: Professional capacity of the health center itself; Sense of care, respect, and dignity patients experience; Community engagement to prevent disease and promote good health, while ensuring those served by a health center have a voice in how it serves them; and Connection with larger health system for referral, support and resilience. POSITION SUMMARY: The Africa and Middle East Programs Manager will be part of a highly efficient and motivated team and serve as the focal point between Stamford, CT headquarters and the Liberia office, coordinating between departments in HQ to enable efficient operations. Based at Americares headquarters in Stamford, CT, the Manager will support the Liberia office as its headquarters advocate responsible for supporting project management, field staff capacity building, and program quality assurance for field office operations and programs. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Support the implementation of Americares programs in Liberia, ensuring adherence to project cycle management principles; Provide day-to-day operational support to field teams; Provide financial oversight review and budget tracking of Liberia program funds; Support refinement of field office procedures and processes to increase program quality and efficiency including providing on the ground program support as needed; Support field data management and facilitate planning and reporting mechanisms in HQ; Support the local team for the Access to Medicine program to increase Americares Liberia impact; Collaborate with Global Programs leadership across departments to increase program effectiveness and develop multi-year program strategy for Liberia; Serve as an organizational focal point for assigned programs with internal stakeholders; Work with gift-in-kind and corporate relations teams to build shipments for Liberia; Support corporate relations team in development of donor requests for gift-in-kind donations; Assist field and HQ teams to develop program proposals and donor reporting; Work with the development team to plan and execute donor engagement; Train field staff and partners on participatory training methods, data collection and analysis, project cycle management, quality improvement, and other topics; Provide support for the Emergency Response team in Americares responses to complex humanitarian emergencies and rapid onset emergencies in the African continent; Other duties as assigned. Qualifications: Minimum: Master’s degree preferred (or bachelor’s degree with 5 years of experience) with concentration in a relevant field including, but not limited to, global health/public health, international affairs, or development; 3 years of development or global health project management experience; 2 years of working experience in sub-Saharan Africa; Knowledge of public health, reproductive, maternal and child health, infection prevention and control, mental health/psychosocial support, and/or health systems strengthening in low-resource settings; Ability to travel up to 30% of the time; Experience managing and mentoring personnel, both in person and remotely; Familiarity with participatory methods in program development, implementation, and evaluation preferred; Experience developing and leading participatory trainings; Excellent interpersonal skills and strong communications skills; ability to develop partnerships across sectors and cultures; Strong organizational skills and attention to detail; Must have unrestricted authorization to work in the United States; This is a headquarters-based position in Stamford, CT. How to apply: https://americares.csod.com/ux/ats/careersite/1/home/requisition/831?c=americares
Regional Portfolio Manager (maternity cover)
Country: United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland Organization: World Vision Closing date: 31 Aug 2020 Salary: £30,763 (pro rata) per annum + good range of benefits Contract: Up to 10 months fixed-term contract (maternity cover) – 15 hours per week (41% FTE) Based: Flexible location with travel to Milton Keynes office World Vision is an international children’s charity working with children, their communities, and with supporters and partners, in almost 100 countries. Through long-term development projects, emergency responses and advocacy we’ve helped bring lasting change to millions of children, over more than 60 years. And as a Christian organisation, everything we do is motivated by our faith as we strive to reflect God’s unconditional love. Work for World Vision UK and you will be part of a truly global Partnership, building brighter futures for vulnerable children. Job Purpose This is an exciting role for someone to manage World Vision UKs (WVUK) portfolio across World Vision International (WVI) partner organisations – Field Offices and Regional Offices. The purpose of this position is to achieve change for the world’s most vulnerable children and support WVUK’s key stakeholders to deliver effective and strategic programme impact, income, and advocacy. Experience of portfolio and matrix management, cross-cultural and cross-functional working is essential. Proven experience of successful programme management in developing countries and understanding of development theory policy and practice are all key requirements. Ability to function in French or Spanish language would be an advantage but not essential. Some of the key responsibilities you will have as Regional Portfolio Manager include: Manage WVUK relationships with WV Regional Office (RO) and Field Offices (FO); represent WVUK’s strategic intent and influence the RO & FO in implementing their own strategies. Using your knowledge of Regional and National contexts, programming, trends, risks, and relationships; advise and coordinate multiple WVUK stakeholder interests and engagement with the ROs and FOs. Lead WVUK engagement with FO through programme and strategy support teams; engage with other Funding Offices to ensure coordinated support to RO & NO strategy implementation. Work with WVUK marketing and campaigns teams to develop and review material. Contribute to financial planning and process financial commitments; balancing RO & FO investment plans with WVUK income budgets. Work with Key Relationships Team to support donor engagement, project identification and reporting. In coordination with other teams build WV’s reputation; key relationships and policy influence with external institutions, coalitions, and donors; including but not limited to Department for International Development (DFID) and the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO). Dependent on international travel guidelines, international travel up to 25% of the year will be necessary. Other than the Regional Programme Unit, you will also be operating with other teams within the Policy and Programmes Directorate and cross organisationally with teams in the Public Engagement Directorate. Externally you will engage with peer NGOs, donor institutions such as the Department for International Development (DFID), the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) and organisations who are operating within your designated region. As an active Christian, this role offers you the opportunity to integrate your Christian faith and be sensitive to its various expressions across cultures and denominations. In addition to the salary offered, we offer good benefits including pension, generous holiday entitlement and free parking (MK only). Please upload your CV of full employment history explaining any gaps of employment and reasons for leaving your previous employer. This must be accompanied with a covering letter stating how you meet the essential criteria given in the Job Description. Closing Date for applications: Monday 31st August 2020 Interview Dates: w/c 7th September 2020 World Vision UK is an Equal Opportunities Employer. We value diversity and aspire to reflect this in our workforce. We welcome applications from people representing all sections of the community. World Vision UK also operates flexible working policies and practices. As a child focused organisation, World Vision UK is committed to the safeguarding of children, therefore any offer of employment is conditional upon the successful completion of applicable background checks, including a criminal records check. By submitting your application, you understand and accept that World Vision UK will process the data you provide for the purposes of your application and in accordance with the World Vision UK - Job Applicant Privacy Notice is available on our website. No agencies please. How to apply: https://careers.wvi.org/jobs/united-kingdom/exceptions/regional-portfolio-manager-maternity-cover/15074
UN Volunteer — Human Rights Officer with MINUSCA in Central African Republic
Country: Central African Republic Organization: UN Volunteers Closing date: 13 Aug 2020 Full Description of Assignment: https://www.unv.org/calls/CAFR000737-7374 Eligibility criteria Minimum age: 35 years old. Nationals of the country of assignment are not eligible, except the assignments in Headquarters duty stations. Description of task Under the direct supervision of Chief Human Rights officer and his designated official in the Sector and/or Officer in Charge Human Rights Office and within delegated authority, the UN Volunteer Human Rights Officer will be responsible for the following duties: Researches and collects information pertaining to human rights matters, including their gender dimensions, from a variety of data sources; assists in the analysis of information, to include the impact on the human rights situation in CAR. Enter all cases on the human rights database according to human rights standards and its methodology. Maintains awareness of current human rights issues in the Region assigned to include relevant political and legal developments. Contributes to the identification of human rights issues/problems, including their gender dimensions, through good research and analysis and timely preparation of reports, etc. Liaises with government representatives, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), civil society organizations, UN agencies and other partners to create baseline data on the human rights situation in the Region assigned with special attention to vulnerable groups. Participates with other Human Rights Officers in discussions with relevant authorities and other influential actors with the aim of stopping or preventing human rights violations or seeks other remedial action by the authorities to prevent similar violations occurring in the future. Drafts a variety of types of reports relating to human rights matters. Participates in human rights training programmes for national law enforcement officials, representatives of the civil society and human rights non-governmental organizations (NGOs) in order to promote national capacity building. Reviews human rights issues, including their gender dimensions, and participates in discussions with other Human Rights Officers on the integration of these issues into political, humanitarian and economic efforts and programmes. Contributes to formulating courses of action that aim to alleviate immediate and long-range human rights problems. Demonstrates effective interaction with colleagues and other concerned parties internally and externally. When working with (including supervising) national staff or (non-) governmental counterparts, the incumbent is strongly encouraged to set aside dedicated time for capacity development through coaching, mentoring and formal and on-the-job training. Performs other related duties as required by direct supervisor Furthermore, UN Volunteers are expected to: Strengthen their knowledge and understanding of the concept of volunteerism by reading relevant UNV and external publications and take active part in UNV activities (for instance in events that mark International Volunteer Day); Be acquainted with and build on traditional and/or local forms of volunteerism in the host country; Reflect on the type and quality of voluntary action that they are undertaking, including participation in ongoing reflection activities; Contribute articles/write-ups on field experiences and submit them for UNV publications/websites, newsletters, press releases, etc.; Assist with the UNV Buddy Programme for newly-arrived UN Volunteers; Promote or advise local groups in the use of online volunteering, or encourage relevant local individuals and organizations to use the UNV Online Volunteering service whenever technically possible. Qualifications/Requirements Required degree level: Master degree or equivalent Education - Additional Comments: An advanced university degree ( Master’s degree or equivalent) in law, political science, international relations, social sciences or related field. A first-level university degree in combination with two additional years of qualifying experience is also accepted in lieu of the advanced university degree Required experience: 36 Months Experience remark: A minimum of three years of progressively responsible experience in human rights, political affairs, international relations, law or a related area. Experience in human rights monitoring and reporting is required. Experience in working in a United Nations common system field operation (inclusive of peacekeeping, political missions and UN agencies, funds, and programmes) – or similar international organization or non-governmental organization – in a conflict or post-conflict setting is an advantage. Experience working on thematic issues relevant to the MINUSCA mandate and/or work experience in Central Africa is desirable Language skills: French(Mandatory), Level - Fluent English(Mandatory), Level - Working Knowledge Area of expertise: Human rights Driving license: Yes Competencies values: Communication, Professionalism, Working in Teams How to apply: * Not yet registered in the UNV Talent Pool? Please first register your profile at https://vmam.unv.org/candidate/signup. Important: After creating your account, complete all sections of your profile and submit it. Then go to ‘My Page’ at https://vmam.unv.org/candidate/mypage and click on the ‘Special Calls’ hyperlink. Lastly, select the special call to which you would like to apply. * Already registered in the UNV Talent Pool? Please first update your profile at https://vmam.unv.org/candidate/profile. Then go to ‘My Page’ at https://vmam.unv.org/candidate/mypage and click on the ‘Special Calls’ hyperlink to select the special call to which you would like to apply.
MERL Coordinator, African Programming and Research Initiative to End Slavery (APRIES)
Country: United States of America Organization: University of Georgia Research Foundation Closing date: 1 Sep 2020 This position, funded by the U.S. State Department, will coordinate Monitoring, Evaluation, Research, and Learning (MERL) efforts for a project on human trafficking in multiple countries in West Africa ending in 2024. The goals of the APRIES project are to establish baseline estimates of human trafficking in the selected countries, contract with community agencies to administer programs to combat trafficking in these countries, conduct monitoring and evaluation of these programs, and measure key indicators of human trafficking in the selected countries at the end of the grant period. The APRIES MERL Coordinator will be responsible for managing the monitoring, evaluation, research, and learning activities in collaboration with the APRIES team and African research partners. This work includes developing and implementing the MERL framework, performance indicators, MERL tools, and data quality assurance processes to ensure the timeliness and validity of data entry and analysis and its effective use for decision making and project learning. The MERL Coordinator will collaborate with and coordinate the MERL initiatives of research partners by strengthening the capacity of project staff and providing technical support to their use of M&E; strategies, plans, processes, and tools. Duties/Responsibilities Oversee all aspects of the performance measurement for the project, including day-to-day tracking, reporting on activities, and data quality assurance. Draft and revise the project MERL plan and key performance indicators, including detailed indicator definitions and activity tracking tables. Develop data collection tools and procedures for MERL. Percentage of time: 40 Collaborate with project team and in-country staff partners on data collection and analysis, and ensure data is collected in a timely manner. Participate in project monitoring through site visits, review of project reports, and analysis of performance monitoring and other data. Lead data quality controls and verification procedures. Manage MERL budget efficiently. Write MERL reports for review by the project team and sponsor. Guide and support in-country staff and consultants. Contribute to the design of external project evaluation strategies. Percentage of time: 40 Ensure data and learnings are prepared for dissemination. Contribute to strategic discussions on the project learnings; support work that establishes and maintains standards, guidelines, and quality assurance mechanisms in MERL for counter-trafficking programs, and inputs into cross organizational learning in this area. Foster a results-oriented and learning culture throughout the project to ensure that MERL data and learning are used by the project team to improve performance. Percentage of time: 20 Knowledge, Skills, Abilities and/or Competencies Demonstrated skills in performance measurement, indicator selection and monitoring, and data collection/analysis. Demonstrated skills in building capacities of staff and local organizations in Monitoring and Evaluation. Demonstrated knowledge of quantitative and qualitative research methodologies. Strong skills in developing and utilizing results frameworks, logical frameworks, or similar tools for project design, monitoring, and evaluation. Knowledge of database management. Proficiency in statistical applications (SPSS, SAS or STATA) or proven proficiency with open source big data analytics tools strongly desired. Ability to communicate clearly and effectively with domestic and international partners. Excellent verbal and written communication and organizational skills. Demonstrates professional behavior. Exhibits a high level of initiative. Ability to work independently and with multiple partners and stakeholders. Ability to plan and implement project responsibilities. Minimum Qualifications: Requires at least a baccalaureate degree in the field. Please contact your Human Resources office for an evaluation of education/experience in lieu of the required minimum qualifications. Preferred Qualifications: PhD degree with specialization in program design and evaluation; experience working in or with international NGOs in Monitoring, Evaluation, Research, and Learning (MERL), e.g. USAID experience; international research experience, particularly in Africa; experience with data management and data analysis; French fluency preferred. Physical Demands: Working in a standard office environment. Position involves travel to sub-Saharan Africa up to 2 times per year. Site visits to country partners in Africa involves sitting, standing, and walking. How to apply: Apply at https://www.ugajobsearch.com/postings/163250. Required Documents Resume/CV Cover Letter List of References with Contact Information
Protection (Gender Based Violence)
Country: South Sudan Organization: Danish Refugee Council Closing date: 17 Aug 2020 We are looking for a highly qualified, self-motivated Protection (Gender Based Violence) Manager who is able to manage a large shelter management programme, work with diverse teams of both national and international staff, and equipped with technical skills to develop and strengthen emergency response capacity in a highly complex crisis. DRC is operational in South Sudan since 2005, working with the overall aim of achieving durable solutions for displaced populations. The Danish Demining Group (DDG) started Humanitarian Mine Action in 2006. Danish Refugee Council main program objectives (2018-2020) in South Sudan are: To save lives and alleviate suffering among displaced people and their hosts To reduce displacement related risks and support and facilitate solutions To promote peaceful, inclusive and resilient societies and address root causes to displacement DRC primarily operates across Upper Nile and Unity states, both of which are heavily affected by conflict and experience high numbers of internally displaced populations as well as refugees in need of humanitarian assistance. DRC has operational bases in Maban, Malakal, Kodok and Aburoc in Upper Nile and in Bentiu, Mayom, and Ajuong Thok in Unity state, supported by a country-office in Juba. Overall purpose of the role: The GBV Manager is in charge of the GBV programme implemented by DRC in Upper Nile State, and is based in Malakal. The GBV Manager will be directly responsible for the implementation of GBV activities including both prevention and response activities and GBV staff supervision in various locations including Fashoda, Malakal, Panyikang, and Baliet counties of Upper Nile, South Sudan. The role will include regular monitoring missions to these locations. The GBV Manager is the lead for DRC in engaging with relevant actors on GBV and the coordination mechanisms at state-level, including the GBV sub-cluster in Malakal, and has a direct communication line with the Protection Coordinator at national level. Responsibilities To achieve the objectives of the position, the (GBV ) Manager is in charge of the following tasks: Programme Management and quality: Contribute to the design of GBV projects for the Area Office under the guidance of the Protection Coordinator Responsible for overall planning and timely implementation of GBV activities, ensuring adherence to DRC policies and procedures. Ensure GBV guiding principles and approaches are adhered to in project interventions · Ensure GBV principles and guidelines are known and strictly followed by all GBV staff and ensure GBV activities are always implemented in accordance with international GBV minimum standards. Overall responsible for rigorous application of project cycle management standards to achieve program quality in design, implementation, and monitoring; for example, strengthening data collection, in-depth reporting and analyses, monitoring accountability initiatives, and documenting the impact of DRC presence in the field. Initiate prevention and response activities based on community recommendations including implement SASA! methodology prevention activities. Build capacity of staff in GBV prevention and response through regular trainings, on the job coaching and mentoring This includes providing specialized trainings for staff, including (but not limited to): case management, GBVIMS, PSS, GBV mainstreaming, GBV prevention approaches for the community, economic empowerment initiatives. Ensure WGFS are designed and operate according to international standards; Actively collaborate with the protection, shelter, FSL, and camp management colleagues to seek program synergies and opportunities for innovative integration and to ensure comprehensive assistance to the persons of concern. Contribute to mainstreaming protection efforts across DRC programs including lead on internal protection mainstreaming initiatives at the state level Monitor and analyse main GBV concerns and advocate with relevant stakeholders with the aim of mitigating risks. Work with the Area manager, Technical Coordinator, Grants Manager and other Program team members to contribute to new project development, including preparation of narrative and budget proposals. Lead the team in preparation of detailed Annual, Quarterly and Monthly Work plans and conduct regular project reviews. Ensure timely and quality preparation and delivery of weekly, monthly, quarterly and annual progress and donor reports. Spearhead all PSEA related campaigns/sensitizations and build the capacity of the GBV staff and partners on SEA in addition to actively participating in the interagency PSEA Taskforce at Malakal-level, jointly with the Protection team. Work closely with other stakeholders (Child protection, WASH, FSL, Education, Health, etc) in Malakal to ensure GBV is mainstreamed in all the sectors, and protection concerns are safely referred and responded to. Budgeting, Budget expenditure and Budget Tracking The GBV Manager is the budget holder for the GBV projects and shall approve financial and procurement transactions within DRC set guidelines and ceilings and donor contractual agreements. Compile monthly cash monthly forecasts for the GBV project and track budget expenditures to ensure timely utilization of funds vis-a-vis work plans and implementation schedules, and adjust budget forecasts when needed. Guide the team in preparation of procurement plans for GBV project activities and coordinate with the Area Office Logistics personnel for their submission to Juba for procurement and shipment to Field Office. Track procurement plans on weekly and monthly basis and provide feedback to procurement offices at the Area and Juba offices for corrections and adjustments. Human Resources and Administration: Overall responsibility for managing the Area office GBV staff including ensuring positive and collaborative working relationships in line with DRC's Code of Conduct and assessing staff capacity to provide or recommend relevant training or coaching as needed. Mentor and supervise a team of national staff providing GBV prevention and response services, and ensure quality control. Initiate and take the lead in the recruitment of the GBV programme staff and, in coordination with the HR department, ensure that competent personnel are recruited for the program. Conduct Performance planning and appraisal for staff, identifying areas for capacity building and training as well as nationalization. Contribute actively to the evolution of the country office nationalization strategy and policies. Carry out GBV protection staff skills needs assessments, prepare annual capacity building and training plans in consultation with Area manager and HR Officer/Manager and oversee the execution of the plan. Ensure timely and effective staff recruitment and induction processes, and regularly review staffing structures and staff deployment plans ensuring appropriate gender balance, paying sensitivity to ethnic contexts and expanding opportunities for nationalization. Support the HR in ensuring all staff is well versed on the DRC's Code of Conduct, accountability, respectful dialogue with the IDPs, and prevention of sexual exploitation and abuse. Coordination and Representation: Represent DRC and actively participate in various cluster, coordination, and other meetings relevant to GBV issues. Liaise with partners, local authorities, and communities whenever it serves the objectives of the program in the area of protection/GBV. Share monthly GBVIMS reports with GBVSC coordinator. Forge strong information and experience sharing communication lines with protection teams in Malakal and other DRC South Sudan locations. Perform other relevant duties assigned by the Protection Coordinator or Area Manager. About you Post- graduate degree in psychology, social work, law, or similar area; Certification as a psychosocial counselor will be an advantage At least 5 years working experience with international humanitarian programs and project management, ideally in displacement situations, in the sector of Gender Based Violence; At least 4 years technical experience in VAWG or GBV with specific focus on women and girls; Proven understanding and experience applying GBV guiding principles and approaches as well as implementing the GBV minimum standards within projects; Proven advocacy skills and experience with engagement on protection issues within the humanitarian infrastructure; has knowledge of and experience in engaging the cluster system in IDP camps or coordination mechanisms in refugee camps; Experience conducting GBV trainings and case management trainings for national staff; Experience using the GBV Information Management System; Knowledge of GBV Prevention tools and initiatives, such as SASA! is an advantage; Experience in project cycle management, including proposal writing, budget management, and donor reporting; Excellent computer and IT skills, and strong protection data management skills; Strong communication and writing skills; Strong team leadership and conflict resolution skills; cultural sensitivity, consensus team building, and adaptability will be considered a strong asset; Ability for rapid analysis of complex issues, strong decision-making, and translation of programmatic learning and priorities into operational strategies; Excellent interpersonal skills, cross-cultural communication and ease in managing a multi-ethnic team; Good team leadership and conflict resolution skills, consensus team building, and adaptability; Experience delivering programs to tight deadlines; Fluency in written and spoken English language; Ability and willingness to work in very remote and isolated location with limited resources and possible security risks; Desirable qualifications Consistently approaches work with energy and a positive, constructive attitude; Prior experience in South Sudan an added advantage Self-motivated and able to work with a minimum of guidance and supervision Experience working in security-sensitive environments and enforcement of team security protocols is an asset. Moreover, in this position, you are expected to demonstrate DRC’ five core competencies: Striving for excellence: You focus on reaching results while ensuring an efficient process. Collaborating: You involve relevant parties and encourage feedback. Taking the lead: You take ownership and initiative while aiming for innovation. Communicating: You listen and speak effectively and honestly. Demonstrating integrity: Upholding and promoting the highest standards of ethical and professional conduct in relation to DRC’s values and Code of Conduct, including safeguarding against sexual exploitation, abuse and harassment. We offer Duration: 5 months renewable contract subject to Performance and Funding. Contract: Salary and conditions in accordance with the Danish Refugee Council’s Terms of Employment for Global Expatriates available at www.drc.dk under Vacancies graded as Band M.F level 2. Start Date: 1st October 2020 Duty Station: Malakal, Upper Nile – South Sudan Reporting: This position reports to Area Manager Direct Reports: Protection Officers and Field Assistants and Outreach Workers Commitments: DRC has a Humanitarian Accountability Framework, outlining its global accountability commitments. All staff are required to contribute to the achievement of this framework (http://www.drc.dk/HAF.4265.0.html). All DRC staff must be committed to the Red Cross Code of Conduct, as well as the Core Humanitarian Standards. Gender Equality: DRC is committed to achieving gender parity in staffing at all levels. In light of this, women candidates are particularly encouraged to apply to bridge the gender gap. Equal Opportunities: DRC is an equal opportunity employer. We value diversity and we are committed to creating an inclusive environment based on mutual respect for all employees. We do not discriminate on the basis of age, sex, disability status, religion, ethnic origin, colour, race, marital status or other protected characteristics. How to apply: Applications All applicants must send a cover letter (max 1 page) and an updated CV (max 3 pages) in English. The cover letter should outline your personal motivation for applying and your key qualifications for the position. Please click on this link to apply: https://candidate.hr-manager.net/ApplicationInit.aspx?cid=1036&ProjectId;=159564&DepartmentId;=19091&SkipAdvertisement;=true Applications sent by email will not be considered. Closing date for applications: 17th August 2020 and note that due to urgency to fill this position, recruitment can be finalized before closing date of applications. If you have questions or are facing problems with the online application process, please visit drc.ngo/jobsupport
END TERM EVALUATION FOR GENERATING REVENUE OF COFFEE WASTES (GROW)
Organization: Lutheran World Relief Closing date: 15 Aug 2020 1. BACKGROUND AND CONTEXT Lutheran World Relief (LWR) is an international non-governmental organization that works with farmer organizations to strengthen their technical and organizational capacities so that they can provide sustainable, equitable and quality services to their members. Lutheran World Relief has presence in Kenya, Uganda, and Tanzania, focusing largely on agriculture, climate adaptation, water, and emergency response operations. Generating Revenue Of coffee Waste (GROW) Project is funded by Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) and implemented by Lutheran World Relief for a period of two years at a budget of $300,000. The project aims to stimulate employment creation for youth and women in rural farming communities of Bungoma County through recycling of coffee husks and other agricultural crop residues to produce briquettes and compost for mushroom farming. The project targets 1800 direct beneficiaries - youth in briquette production and marketing while women farmers for mushroom farming. The direct project beneficiaries are be drawn from coffee growing zones covered by five Coffee Farmers’ Cooperative Societies (FCSs) namely Kibisi, New Chesikaki, Kimabole, Khachonge, and Kapkurongo. The project is designed to address socio-economic challenges directly affecting youth and women namely the high unemployment and low-income levels among the targeted young men and women. The overall goal of the project is to increase income generating opportunities among youth and women in Bungoma County. The project goal is to be achieved through the following outcome and outputs: 1) Targeted youth and women earn income from the transformation of coffee processing by-products 1.1. Targeted youth and women sell products produced in an environmentally friendly way from coffee processing by-products 1.2. Targeted youth and women have increased access to business capital. 1.3. Targeted youth and women increase their business skills 1.4. Targeted youth and women groups have strong management and governance systems 2. EVALUATION PURPOSE AND USE The purpose of this end term evaluation is to gain insight into the project implementation processes, determine the effects of the project, identify and document lessons learned during implementation accompanied with recommendations to improve programming in current and future projects. The evaluation report will therefore be used by key stakeholders namely government, LWR, beneficiaries and partners to follow up on the recommendations, communicating the lessons learnt to the relevant audiences in a timely, unbiased, and consistent manner. 3. EVALUATION SCOPE LWR is seeking for consultancy services to carry out a comprehensive End of Project evaluation. The consultant shall undertake an in-depth analysis and document qualitative and quantitative impact achieved by the project. The consultant shall also analyze the challenges faced by the project throughout the implementation period and lessons learnt to inform the relevant stakeholders to improve future programming. The consultant will work collaboratively with LWR project staff to determine the extent to which the project interventions were: i. Relevant to the needs (both felt and perceived) of the smallholder farmers in GROW Project guided by the following questions: To what extent are the project objectives still valid? Are the activities and outputs of the project consistent with the overall project objectives? Are the activities and outputs of the project consistent with the intended project outcomes? Does recycling of coffee husks negatively affect farmers who previously utilized it as mulch/fertilizer in their farms? If yes, does the negative effects out way the benefits of coffee waste recycling? Provide an explanation. ii. Effective- Did the project interventions attain the set GROW project objectives. In evaluating the effectiveness of the project it will be useful for the consultant to consider the following questions; To what extent were the project’s objectives achieved or not achieved? What were the major factors influencing the achievement or non-achievement of the objectives? iii. Efficient - was the project approach of delivery the best in comparison to other available alternative approaches to achieving the same outputs. In evaluating the efficiency of the project, the consultant will consider the following questions: Were activities cost-efficient? Were project outputs delivered in the most cost-efficient way? What alternatives are available? Were project activities implemented in a timely manner? If not what were the challenges? Did project activities produce the intended results/outputs? Were project outputs achieved on time and in the right quantities? Were project objectives achieved on time? If not what were the challenges? iv. Produced impacts and effects among the targeted farmers. The impact may be economic, human, social, physical or (natural) environmental etc. When evaluating the impact of the project, it is useful to consider the following questions: What difference has the project made to the beneficiaries in terms of incomes? How many people have been affected? To what extent does the introduction of briquette machine to recycle coffee husks contribute to reduced environmental pollution? Please document case studies of coffee cooperative and families who attest to this. Does the project contribute to an increase in annual/disposable income for targeted women and youth? If yes in what ways will this increase in income among women and youth change the social dynamics in the project area? Are men likely to dislodge women and youth in mushroom and briquette businesses? v. Sustainable – are the achievements of project likely to continue after donor funding has been withdrawn. When evaluating the sustainability the project, the consultant will consider the following questions: What systems /procedures have been put in place to sustain project activities after close of the donor support? What are the main hindrances to project continuity? Does the project have a multiplier effect? Can it easily be replicated in other partners with ease? 4. EVALUATION METHODOLOGY The consultant will develop the necessary data collection tools and will also ensure that relevant tools are used to collect data to determine progress made in all project indicators as contained in the project logical framework/DMEL. The precise methodology will be agreed upon between the selected consultant and LWR before evaluation activities commence. The consultant will collect data, analyze, interpret, and produce the GROW end of project evaluation report that meets LWR evaluation report standards for content and length. The consultant will ensure that the end of project evaluation report findings, lessons learned and recommendations are presented to the project partners and stakeholder in a participatory interactive manner where questions and answer sessions will be entertained for deeper understanding and ownership. 5. EVALUATION DELIVERABLES In close collaboration with LWR headquarters and LWR Kenya staff, the consultant will produce: End of project evaluation inception report, with a detailed work plan to complete assignment Sets of End of project data collection tools End of project evaluation report; with detailed analysis of the project’s relevance, effectiveness, efficiency, impact and sustainability, lesson learnt and recommendations on the way forward. Update indicator tracking table (ITT) with end of project evaluation indicator figures. Facilitate/moderate one validation workshop for stakeholders on the evaluation findings Submit a final report 6. IMPLEMENTATION ARRANGEMENTS The consultant will provide his/her own working space and associated resources. Frequent collaboration during the preparatory phases via e-mail and phone calls are required to work with LWR staff to ensure both parties are clear in the evaluation process. The consultant will travel to the project sites in Bungoma, Kenya for actual data collection from beneficiaries. LWR will support the mobilization process, transportation during field visit, and support in scheduling meetings and focus group discussions and accommodation. During the validation workshop there will be participants from Government, beneficiaries, LWR and other partner organizations. The logistics and planning for the workshop venue partners’ travel will be handled by LWR. 7. EVALUATION TIMEFRAME It is estimated that the contract will take approximately 30 working days from inception to submission of the final evaluation report. 8. EVALUATOR QUALIFICATIONS AND APPLICATION PROCEDURES The requirements for the carrying out the assignment include: Master’s Degree in agriculture, Agriculture economics, Community Development, Rural Sociology and any other related area of study. 15 years of experience with progressively higher levels of responsibility in project design, monitoring and evaluation processes; demonstrated experience related to above scope of work. Demonstrated skills in mix methods (qualitative and quantitative) data collection and analysis. In-depth knowledge of qualitative methodologies a must. Fluency in spoken and written English. Available to complete the assignment by September 30, 2020. How to apply: Application procedure The Expression of Interest should include the following: Cover letter, technical and financial proposal M&E; exercise work plan clearly indicating completion date for the assignment deliverables by September 30, 2020 having in mind the corona virus pandemic. Annexes (not to be counted toward the page limit) should include: CV of consultant, three current or former clients who can speak to consultant’s experience related to this terms of reference It is expected that the selected consultant will complete the deliverables in a satisfactory and timely manner. Consultants/consultancy firms are hereby requested to only submit applications if they are available to carry out the assignment within the period required. All Expressions of Interest should be submitted electronically not later than August 15, 2020 to info@lwr.org EOIs that do not include all required components will not be reviewed.
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