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UNCTAD INTERNSHIP in the Technical Assistance and Enhanced Integrated Framework Section/Division for Africa, LDCs and Special Programmes [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129610Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Conference on Trade and DevelopmentDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/17/2020Deadline : 1/31/2020
INTERN - HUMANITARIAN AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129630Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian AffairsDuty Station : KOBEStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/17/2020Deadline : 1/31/2020
HUMAN RIGHTS OFFICER (2 posts)
Level : P-3Job ID : 129657Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Human Rights AffairsDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/17/2020Deadline : 3/1/2020
NURSE
Level : G-5Job ID : 129736Job Network : ScienceJob Family : MedicalDepartment/Office : United Nations Mission in the Republic of South SudanDuty Station : ENTEBBEStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/17/2020Deadline : 1/31/2020
ASSOCIATE ECONOMIC AFFAIRS OFFICER [Temporary]
Level : P-2Job ID : 129949Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Economic Affairs (and Sustainable Development)Department/Office : Economic Commission for EuropeDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/17/2020Deadline : 1/23/2020
STAFF WELFARE ASSISTANT
Level : G-5Job ID : 129955Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : Human ResourcesDepartment/Office : United Nations Mission in the Republic of South SudanDuty Station : JubaStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/17/2020Deadline : 1/31/2020
TEAM ASSISTANT [Temporary]
Level : G-3Job ID : 130029Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : AdministrationDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Western AsiaDuty Station : BEIRUTStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/17/2020Deadline : 1/23/2020
ENVIRONMENTAL AFFAIRS OFFICER [Temporary]
Level : P-3Job ID : 130045Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Environmental AffairsDepartment/Office : Economic Commission for EuropeDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/17/2020Deadline : 1/23/2020
EDITOR, RUSSIAN
Level : P-4Job ID : 130080Job Network : Public Information and Conference ManagementJob Family : LanguageDepartment/Office : United Nations Office at GenevaDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/17/2020Deadline : 3/1/2020
EDITOR, ARABIC
Level : P-4Job ID : 130137Job Network : Public Information and Conference ManagementJob Family : LanguageDepartment/Office : United Nations Office at GenevaDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/17/2020Deadline : 3/1/2020
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 : 1/15/2021
SENIOR POLITICAL AFFAIRS OFFICER
Level : P-5Job ID : 130246Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Political AffairsDepartment/Office : United Nations Mission in KosovoDuty Station : PRISTINA_ISCStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/17/2020Deadline : 1/31/2020
INTERN - LEGAL AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 130296Job Network : LegalJob Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office of Legal AffairsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/17/2020Deadline : 2/15/2020
INTERN - PUBLIC INFORMATION/MULTIMEDIA [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 130312Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : BANGKOKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/17/2020Deadline : 6/30/2020
INTERN - WEB/INFORMATION MANAGEMENT [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 130315Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : BANGKOKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/17/2020Deadline : 6/30/2020
INTERN - GRAPHIC DESIGN [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 130317Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : BANGKOKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/17/2020Deadline : 6/30/2020
INTERN - ECONOMIC AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 130318Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : BANGKOKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/17/2020Deadline : 6/30/2020
UNCTAD Internship in the ASYCUDA Programme, Division on Technology and Logistics [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 130338Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Conference on Trade and DevelopmentDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/17/2020Deadline : 2/15/2020
PROGRAMME COORDINATION OFFICER
Level : P-4Job ID : 128280Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : United Nations Conference on Trade and DevelopmentDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/16/2020Deadline : 2/29/2020
HUMAN RIGHTS OFFICER
Level : P-3Job ID : 129175Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Human Rights AffairsDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : PANAMA CITYStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/16/2020Deadline : 2/14/2020
FIELD SECURITY OFFICER
Level : P-3Job ID : 129400Job Network : Internal Security and SafetyJob Family : SecurityDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : GUATEMALA CITYStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/16/2020Deadline : 2/14/2020
INTERN - ECONOMIC AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129421Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Western AsiaDuty Station : BEIRUTStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/16/2020Deadline : 12/31/2020
INTERN - GOVERNANCE AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129423Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Western AsiaDuty Station : BEIRUTStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/16/2020Deadline : 12/31/2020
Programme Management Officer
Level : P-4Job ID : 129493Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : AdministrationDepartment/Office : Department of Safety and SecurityDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/16/2020Deadline : 2/29/2020
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
Economic Affairs Officer
Level : P-4Job ID : 129566Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Economic Affairs (and Sustainable Development)Department/Office : Department of Economic and Social AffairsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/16/2020Deadline : 2/29/2020
Programme Management Assistant
Level : G-5Job ID : 129579Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : United Nations Environment ProgrammeDuty Station : NAIROBIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/16/2020Deadline : 2/14/2020
INFORMATION SYSTEMS OFFICER
Level : P-3Job ID : 129643Job Network : Information and Telecommunication TechnologyJob Family : Information Management Systems and TechnologyDepartment/Office : United Nations Office at GenevaDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/16/2020Deadline : 2/29/2020
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
Technical Advisor (Population Affairs Officer)
Level : P-4Job ID : 129690Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Population AffairsDepartment/Office : Economic Commission for Latin America and the CaribbeanDuty Station : SANTIAGOStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/16/2020Deadline : 2/29/2020
Project Coordinator
Level : P-3Job ID : 129727Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Drug Control and Crime PreventionDepartment/Office : United Nations Office on Drugs and CrimeDuty Station : BISHKEKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/16/2020Deadline : 2/14/2020
Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice Officer (Prison Reform)
Level : P-3Job ID : 129777Job 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 : 1/16/2020Deadline : 2/14/2020
Field Security Coordination Officer, P3 (Temporary Job Opening) [Temporary]
Level : P-3Job ID : 129900Job Network : Internal Security and SafetyJob Family : SecurityDepartment/Office : Department of Safety and SecurityDuty Station : BENIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/16/2020Deadline : 1/22/2020
INTERN - Programme Support (Multiple) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129946Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Environment ProgrammeDuty Station : MANAMAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/16/2020Deadline : 1/30/2020
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 : 12/31/2020
Security Sergeant (Temporary) [Temporary]
Level : G-5Job ID : 130149Job Network : Internal Security and SafetyJob Family : SecurityDepartment/Office : United Nations Office at ViennaDuty Station : VIENNAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/16/2020Deadline : 1/22/2020
PROGRAMME OFFICER (LEGAL SUPPORT - GMCP, INDIAN OCEAN) - Temporary [Temporary]
Level : P-3Job ID : 130175Job 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 : 1/16/2020Deadline : 1/22/2020
INTERN - PUBLIC INFORMATION [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 130177Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office of the United Nations Special Coordinator for LebanonDuty Station : BEIRUTStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/16/2020Deadline : 1/30/2020
INTERN - DRUG CONTROL & CRIME PREVENTION [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 130187Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Office on Drugs and CrimeDuty Station : DAKARStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/16/2020Deadline : 2/2/2020
Chief of Human Resources
Level : P-5Job ID : 130224Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : Human ResourcesDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : BANGKOKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/16/2020Deadline : 2/29/2020
INTERN - ECONOMIC AFFAIRS (Trade Policy and Facilitation Section) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 130233Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : BANGKOKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/16/2020Deadline : 6/30/2020
Senior Law Enforcement Expert (Head, Transnational Organized Crime and Illicit Trafficking) - Temporary [Temporary]
Level : P-5Job ID : 130248Job 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 : 1/16/2020Deadline : 1/22/2020
INTERN - HUMAN RESOURCES [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 130276Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic Commission for Latin America and the CaribbeanDuty Station : SANTIAGOStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/16/2020Deadline : 2/28/2020
POLITICAL AFFAIRS OFFICER (Temporary Job Opening) [Temporary]
Level : P-3Job ID : 130284Job 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 : 1/16/2020Deadline : 1/30/2020
Accounting Assistant [Temporary]
Level : G-5Job ID : 130285Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : FinanceDepartment/Office : United Nations Joint Staff Pension Fund - Pension AdministrationDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/16/2020Deadline : 1/22/2020
INTERN - ECONOMIC AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 130287Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Economic and Social AffairsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/16/2020Deadline : 1/30/2020
ASSOCIATE ECONOMIC AFFAIRS OFFICER [Temporary]
Level : P-2Job ID : 130291Job 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 : 1/16/2020Deadline : 1/22/2020
Accounting Assistant [Temporary]
Level : G-5Job ID : 130294Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : FinanceDepartment/Office : United Nations Joint Staff Pension Fund - Pension AdministrationDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/16/2020Deadline : 1/22/2020
Accounting Assistant [Temporary]
Level : G-6Job ID : 130295Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : FinanceDepartment/Office : United Nations Joint Staff Pension Fund - Pension AdministrationDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/16/2020Deadline : 1/22/2020
INTERN - SOCIAL SCIENCES [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 130298Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic Commission for Latin America and the CaribbeanDuty Station : SANTIAGOStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/16/2020Deadline : 3/30/2020
Accountant [Temporary]
Level : P-3Job ID : 130301Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : FinanceDepartment/Office : United Nations Joint Staff Pension Fund - Pension AdministrationDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/16/2020Deadline : 1/22/2020
Associate Humanitarian Affairs Officer [Temporary]
Level : P-2Job ID : 130305Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Humanitarian AffairsDepartment/Office : Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian AffairsDuty Station : GOMAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/16/2020Deadline : 1/22/2020
MAIL ASSISTANT
Level : G-3Job ID : 126723Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : AdministrationDepartment/Office : United Nations Office at NairobiDuty Station : NAIROBIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/15/2020Deadline : 2/13/2020
TRAVEL ASSISTANT(MULTIPLE POSTS)
Level : G-5Job ID : 128483Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : AdministrationDepartment/Office : United Nations Office at NairobiDuty Station : NAIROBIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/15/2020Deadline : 2/13/2020
CHIEF OF UNIT, CENTRALISED WAREHOUSING
Level : P-4Job ID : 129362Job Network : Logistics, Transportation and Supply ChainJob Family : Property and Asset ManagementDepartment/Office : United Nations Interim Force in LebanonDuty Station : NAQOURAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/15/2020Deadline : 1/29/2020
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT [Temporary]
Level : G-5Job ID : 129390Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : AdministrationDepartment/Office : United Nations Support Office in SomaliaDuty Station : NAIROBIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/15/2020Deadline : 1/21/2020
CHIEF OF UNIT, MOVEMENT CONTROL [Temporary]
Level : F-7Job ID : 129430Job Network : Logistics, Transportation and Supply ChainJob Family : TransportationDepartment/Office : United Nations Interim Force in LebanonDuty Station : NAQOURAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/15/2020Deadline : 1/21/2020
Senior Budget Assistant
Level : G-7Job ID : 129472Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : FinanceDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Western AsiaDuty Station : BEIRUTStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/15/2020Deadline : 1/28/2020
Associate Information Systems Officer
Level : P-2Job ID : 129710Job 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 : 1/15/2020Deadline : 2/28/2020
Economic Affairs Officer [Temporary]
Level : P-4Job ID : 129725Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Economic Affairs (and Sustainable Development)Department/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : BANGKOKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/15/2020Deadline : 1/21/2020
INFORMATION SYSTEMS ASSISTANT
Level : G-6Job ID : 129827Job Network : Information and Telecommunication TechnologyJob Family : Information Management Systems and TechnologyDepartment/Office : Department for General Assembly and Conference ManagementDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/15/2020Deadline : 2/13/2020
INTERN -Programme Support (Multiple) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129913Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Environment ProgrammeDuty Station : MANAMAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/15/2020Deadline : 1/29/2020
INTERN - SOCIAL SCIENCES [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129956Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic Commission for AfricaDuty Station : ADDIS ABABAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/15/2020Deadline : 1/13/2021
HUMAN RIGHTS OFFICER [Temporary]
Level : P-4Job ID : 130034Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Human Rights AffairsDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/15/2020Deadline : 1/21/2020
UNICRI Intern, Artificial Intelligence and Robotics [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 130094Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research InstituteDuty Station : THE HAGUEStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/15/2020Deadline : 1/28/2020
LEGAL OFFICER (Temporary Job Opening) [Temporary]
Level : P-3Job ID : 130104Job Network : LegalJob Family : Legal AffairsDepartment/Office : Office of Legal AffairsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/15/2020Deadline : 1/22/2020
TRAINING OFFICER (Chief of Unit)
Level : P-4Job ID : 130110Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : Human ResourcesDepartment/Office : United Nations Organisation Stabilization Mission in the Democratic Republic of the CongoDuty Station : GOMAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/15/2020Deadline : 1/29/2020
INTERN - PUBLIC INFORMATION [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 130145Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Office on Drugs and CrimeDuty Station : VIENNAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/15/2020Deadline : 1/28/2020
HEAD OF OFFICE, POLITICAL AFFAIRS
Level : P-5Job ID : 130150Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Political AffairsDepartment/Office : United Nations Assistance Mission in AfghanistanDuty Station : KANDAHARStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/15/2020Deadline : 1/29/2020
Gender Affairs Officer [Temporary]
Level : P-4Job ID : 130160Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Political AffairsDepartment/Office : AU/UN Hybrid Operation in DarfurDuty Station : ZALINGUEIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/15/2020Deadline : 1/21/2020
Policy and Best Practices Officer [Temporary]
Level : P-3Job ID : 130164Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Political AffairsDepartment/Office : AU/UN Hybrid Operation in DarfurDuty Station : ZALINGUEIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/15/2020Deadline : 1/28/2020
SENIOR LEGAL OFFICER [Temporary]
Level : P-5Job ID : 130171Job Network : LegalJob Family : Legal AffairsDepartment/Office : AU/UN Hybrid Operation in DarfurDuty Station : EL FASHERStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/15/2020Deadline : 1/28/2020
Legal Analyst [Temporary]
Level : P-1Job ID : 130174Job Network : LegalJob Family : Legal AffairsDepartment/Office : United Nations Joint Staff Pension Fund – Office of Investment ManagementDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/15/2020Deadline : 1/21/2020
INTERN - ECONOMIC AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 130185Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic Commission for Latin America and the CaribbeanDuty Station : SANTIAGOStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/15/2020Deadline : 2/13/2020
Senior Legal Officer [Temporary]
Level : P-5Job ID : 130195Job Network : LegalJob Family : Legal AffairsDepartment/Office : United Nations Joint Staff Pension Fund – Office of Investment ManagementDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/15/2020Deadline : 1/21/2020
SENIOR INFORMATION SYSTEMS ASSISTANT [Temporary]
Level : G-7Job ID : 130198Job Network : Information and Telecommunication TechnologyJob Family : Information Management Systems and TechnologyDepartment/Office : Economic Commission for Latin America and the CaribbeanDuty Station : SANTIAGOStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/15/2020Deadline : 1/21/2020
DEVELOPMENT COORDINATION OFFICER, PARTNERSHIPS AND DEVELOPMENT FINANCE
Level : P-4Job ID : 130200Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Sustainable DevelopmentDepartment/Office : Resident Coordinator SystemDuty Station : HARARE_ISCStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/15/2020Deadline : 1/28/2020
ASSOCIATE SECURITY OFFICER
Level : P-2Job ID : 126336Job Network : Internal Security and SafetyJob Family : SecurityDepartment/Office : United Nations Organisation Stabilization Mission in the Democratic Republic of the CongoDuty Station : GOMAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/14/2020Deadline : 2/12/2020
Associate Population Affairs Officer
Level : P-2Job ID : 127034Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Population AffairsDepartment/Office : Department of Economic and Social AffairsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/14/2020Deadline : 2/27/2020
Statistician
Level : P-3Job ID : 128658Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : StatisticsDepartment/Office : Department of Economic and Social AffairsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/14/2020Deadline : 2/27/2020
ASSOCIATE ECONOMIC AFFAIRS OFFICER (TEMPORARY JOB OPENING) [Temporary]
Level : P-2Job ID : 129058Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Economic Affairs (and Sustainable Development)Department/Office : United Nations Conference on Trade and DevelopmentDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/14/2020Deadline : 1/21/2020
INFORMATION AND EVIDENCE OFFICER
Level : P-3Job ID : 129129Job 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 : 1/14/2020Deadline : 2/12/2020
HUMAN RIGHTS OFFICER
Level : P-3Job ID : 129319Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Human Rights AffairsDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/14/2020Deadline : 2/12/2020
STAFF ASSISTANT [Temporary]
Level : G-5Job ID : 129439Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : AdministrationDepartment/Office : Department of Political Affairs and Peace-buildingDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/14/2020Deadline : 1/27/2020
INTERN - FINANCE [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129448Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Peace OperationsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/14/2020Deadline : 1/28/2020
PROCUREMENT OFFICER
Level : P-4Job ID : 129589Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : ProcurementDepartment/Office : United Nations Support Office in SomaliaDuty Station : NAIROBIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/14/2020Deadline : 1/27/2020
POLITICAL AFFAIRS OFFICER [Temporary]
Level : P-3Job ID : 129591Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Political AffairsDepartment/Office : United Nations Assistance Mission in AfghanistanDuty Station : KABULStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/14/2020Deadline : 1/20/2020
LIAISON OFFICER (UNODC-WHO PROGRAMME ON DRUG DEPENDANCE TREATMENT AND CARE) - Temporary [Temporary]
Level : P-4Job ID : 129592Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Drug Control and Crime PreventionDepartment/Office : United Nations Office on Drugs and CrimeDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/14/2020Deadline : 1/27/2020
Chief of Section, Finance
Level : P-5Job ID : 129628Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : FinanceDepartment/Office : Department of Operational SupportDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/14/2020Deadline : 2/27/2020
POLITICAL AFFAIRS OFFICER [Temporary]
Level : P-3Job ID : 129662Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Political AffairsDepartment/Office : United Nations Mission in the Republic of South SudanDuty Station : BentiuStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/14/2020Deadline : 1/20/2020
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT [Temporary]
Level : G-5Job ID : 129683Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : AdministrationDepartment/Office : Office of Information and Communications TechnologyDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/14/2020Deadline : 1/20/2020
Deputy Secretary of IPCC [Temporary]
Level : D-1Job ID : 129771Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : United Nations Environment ProgrammeDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/14/2020Deadline : 1/20/2020
INTERN - ENVIRONMENT AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129772Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Environment ProgrammeDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/14/2020Deadline : 1/28/2020
Drug Control Officer (Illicit Synthetic Drugs) (Temporary Job Opening) [Temporary]
Level : P-3Job ID : 129775Job 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 : 1/14/2020Deadline : 1/21/2020
RULE OF LAW OFFICER [Temporary]
Level : P-4Job ID : 129779Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Rule of LawDepartment/Office : United Nations Logistic BaseDuty Station : BRINDISIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/14/2020Deadline : 1/27/2020
CIVIL AFFAIRS OFFICER
Level : P-4Job ID : 129782Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Civil AffairsDepartment/Office : United Nations Mission in the Republic of South SudanDuty Station : JubaStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/14/2020Deadline : 1/28/2020
Human Rights Officer
Level : P-3Job ID : 129912Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Human Rights AffairsDepartment/Office : United Nations Assistance Mission in AfghanistanDuty Station : OTHERStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/14/2020Deadline : 1/28/2020
LEGAL OFFICER
Level : P-3Job ID : 129923Job Network : LegalJob Family : Legal AffairsDepartment/Office : Department of Economic and Social AffairsDuty Station : PHNOM-PENHStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/14/2020Deadline : 2/12/2020
EDITOR, ENGLISH
Level : P-4Job ID : 129932Job Network : Public Information and Conference ManagementJob Family : LanguageDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Western AsiaDuty Station : BEIRUTStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/14/2020Deadline : 2/12/2020
INFORMATION OFFICER (Temporary Job Opening) [Temporary]
Level : P-3Job ID : 129951Job Network : Public Information and Conference ManagementJob Family : Public InformationDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/14/2020Deadline : 1/20/2020
Public Information Assistant (Website Assistant) [Temporary]
Level : G-6Job ID : 129961Job Network : Public Information and Conference ManagementJob Family : Public InformationDepartment/Office : Economic Commission for Latin America and the CaribbeanDuty Station : SANTIAGOStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/14/2020Deadline : 1/20/2020
INTERN - ECONOMIC AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129972Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic Commission for EuropeDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/14/2020Deadline : 1/27/2020
Programme Management Officer [Temporary]
Level : P-3Job ID : 129988Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : Department of Economic and Social AffairsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/14/2020Deadline : 1/21/2020
INTERN - ECONOMIC AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 130010Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Economic and Social AffairsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/14/2020Deadline : 3/13/2020
INTERN - PROGRAMME MANAGEMENT [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 130035Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : INCHEON CITYStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/14/2020Deadline : 6/30/2020
INTERN - INFORMATION SYSTEMS & COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 130036Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : INCHEON CITYStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/14/2020Deadline : 6/30/2020
INTERN - GRAPHIC DESIGN [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 130038Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : INCHEON CITYStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/14/2020Deadline : 6/30/2020
Stagiaire de l'information publique - Dakar [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 130043Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Global CommunicationsDuty Station : DAKARStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/14/2020Deadline : 1/21/2020
INTERN - PROTOCOL [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 130049Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Office at GenevaDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/14/2020Deadline : 1/28/2020
Internship - Humanitarian Affairs (Multiple) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 130051Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian AffairsDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/14/2020Deadline : 7/11/2020
SENIOR POLITICAL AFFAIRS OFFICER
Level : P-5Job ID : 130073Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Political AffairsDepartment/Office : Special Adviser to the Secretary-General on Conflict PreventionDuty Station : BUJUMBURAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/14/2020Deadline : 1/28/2020
Information Systems Assistant [Temporary]
Level : G-6Job ID : 130075Job 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 : 1/14/2020Deadline : 1/20/2020
SENIOR POLITICAL AFFAIRS OFFICER [Temporary]
Level : P-5Job ID : 130076Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Political AffairsDepartment/Office : AU/UN Hybrid Operation in DarfurDuty Station : ZALINGUEIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/14/2020Deadline : 1/27/2020
INTERN - INFORMATION SYSTEMS & COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 130103Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic Commission for Latin America and the CaribbeanDuty Station : MEXICO CITYStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/14/2020Deadline : 3/3/2020
INTERN - INFORMATION SYSTEMS & COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 130105Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic Commission for Latin America and the CaribbeanDuty Station : MEXICO CITYStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/14/2020Deadline : 3/3/2020
Senior Development Coordination Officer, Economist (Argentina)
Level : P-5Job ID : 130106Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Sustainable DevelopmentDepartment/Office : Resident Coordinator SystemDuty Station : BUENOS AIRESStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/14/2020Deadline : 1/20/2020
Development Coordination Officer, Economist (Chile)
Level : P-4Job ID : 130109Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Sustainable DevelopmentDepartment/Office : Resident Coordinator SystemDuty Station : SANTIAGOStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/14/2020Deadline : 1/20/2020
INTERN - STATISTICS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 130112Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Economic and Social AffairsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/14/2020Deadline : 4/12/2020
INTERN - ECONOMIC AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 130114Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic Commission for Latin America and the CaribbeanDuty Station : SANTIAGOStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/14/2020Deadline : 7/14/2020
Humanitarian Affairs Officer [Temporary]
Level : P-3Job ID : 130116Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Humanitarian AffairsDepartment/Office : Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian AffairsDuty Station : PANAMA CITYStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/14/2020Deadline : 2/3/2020
Development Coordination Officer, Economist (Burundi)
Level : P-4Job ID : 130117Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Sustainable DevelopmentDepartment/Office : Resident Coordinator SystemDuty Station : BUJUMBURAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/14/2020Deadline : 1/20/2020
Humanitarian Affairs Officer [Temporary]
Level : P-3Job ID : 130120Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Humanitarian AffairsDepartment/Office : Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian AffairsDuty Station : KABULStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/14/2020Deadline : 2/3/2020
PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICER
Level : P-3Job ID : 127454Job Network : Public Information and Conference ManagementJob Family : Public InformationDepartment/Office : Department of Global CommunicationsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/13/2020Deadline : 2/26/2020
Governance and Public Administration Officer
Level : P-4Job ID : 128153Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Public AdministrationDepartment/Office : Department of Economic and Social AffairsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/13/2020Deadline : 2/26/2020
Programme Management Officer, Forest Affairs
Level : P-3Job ID : 129225Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Environmental AffairsDepartment/Office : Department of Economic and Social AffairsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/13/2020Deadline : 2/26/2020
Information Systems Officer [Temporary]
Level : P-3Job ID : 129227Job Network : Public Information and Conference ManagementJob Family : Public InformationDepartment/Office : Department of Global CommunicationsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/13/2020Deadline : 1/20/2020
INTERN - International Relations (Programme Support) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129329Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Human Settlements ProgrammeDuty Station : NAIROBIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/13/2020Deadline : 1/27/2020
INTERN - DRUG CONTROL & CRIME PREVENTION [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129370Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Office on Drugs and CrimeDuty Station : VIENNAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/13/2020Deadline : 2/2/2020
FACILITIES MANAGEMENT ASSISTANT
Level : G-5Job ID : 129387Job Network : Logistics, Transportation and Supply ChainJob Family : Facilities ManagementDepartment/Office : United Nations Support Office in SomaliaDuty Station : MOGADISCIOStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/13/2020Deadline : 2/11/2020
INTERN -Archives and Records Management [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129418Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Office at NairobiDuty Station : NAIROBIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/13/2020Deadline : 1/27/2020
INTERN - Health and Wellness Intern [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129476Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Office at NairobiDuty Station : NAIROBIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/13/2020Deadline : 1/27/2020
ECONOMIC AFFAIRS OFFICER
Level : P-3Job ID : 129481Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Economic Affairs (and Sustainable Development)Department/Office : United Nations Conference on Trade and DevelopmentDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/13/2020Deadline : 2/26/2020
INTERN - Finance and Budget [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129576Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Office at NairobiDuty Station : NAIROBIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/13/2020Deadline : 1/27/2020
INTERN - SOCIAL SCIENCES - GENDER AND DISABILITY [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129646Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : BANGKOKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/13/2020Deadline : 6/30/2020
INTERN - SOCIAL SCIENCES - POPULATION, INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION, YOUTH [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129648Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : BANGKOKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/13/2020Deadline : 6/30/2020
INTERN - SOCIAL SCIENCES - (STATISTICAL ANALYSIS) POVERTY REDUCTION, INEQUALITY AND SOCIAL PROTECTION [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129654Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : BANGKOKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/13/2020Deadline : 6/30/2020
PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICER [Temporary]
Level : P-3Job ID : 129701Job Network : Public Information and Conference ManagementJob Family : Public InformationDepartment/Office : Department of Global CommunicationsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/13/2020Deadline : 1/26/2020
PUBLIC INFORMATION ASSISTANT [Temporary]
Level : G-5Job ID : 129705Job Network : Public Information and Conference ManagementJob Family : Public InformationDepartment/Office : Department of Global CommunicationsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/13/2020Deadline : 1/26/2020
INTERN - Global Solutions [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129728Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Human Settlements ProgrammeDuty Station : NAIROBIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/13/2020Deadline : 1/27/2020
INTERN - RULE OF LAW [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129788Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Office on Drugs and CrimeDuty Station : VIENNAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/13/2020Deadline : 2/10/2020
Programme Management Assistant (Temporary Job Opening) [Temporary]
Level : G-5Job ID : 129793Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : Department of Political and Peacebuilding Affairs-Department of Peace Operations-Shared StructureDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/13/2020Deadline : 1/20/2020
Legal Assistant [Temporary]
Level : G-6Job ID : 129808Job Network : LegalJob Family : Legal AffairsDepartment/Office : Office of Administration of JusticeDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/13/2020Deadline : 1/19/2020
POLITICAL AFFAIRS OFFICER (Temporary Job Opening) [Temporary]
Level : P-4Job ID : 129815Job 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 : 1/13/2020Deadline : 1/24/2020
INTERN - POPULATION AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129818Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Economic and Social AffairsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/13/2020Deadline : 1/27/2020
INTERN -Executive Support [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129832Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Human Settlements ProgrammeDuty Station : BOGOTAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/13/2020Deadline : 1/27/2020
INTERN - SOCIAL SCIENCES - (OUTREACH AND COMMUNICATION) POVERTY REDUCTION, INEQUALITY AND SOCIAL PROTECTION [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129836Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : BANGKOKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/13/2020Deadline : 6/30/2020
INTERN - SOCIAL SCIENCES - (WEB MANAGEMENT AND PUBLIC INFORMATION) POVERTY REDUCTION, INEQUALITY AND SOCIAL PROTECTION [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129837Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : BANGKOKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/13/2020Deadline : 6/30/2020
HUMAN RIGHTS OFFICER (Temporary Job Opening) [Temporary]
Level : P-4Job ID : 129874Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Human Rights AffairsDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : CARACASStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/13/2020Deadline : 1/19/2020
INTERN - ADMINISTRATION [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129876Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Office on Drugs and CrimeDuty Station : VIENNAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/13/2020Deadline : 1/26/2020
Field Security Coordination Officer, P3 (Temporary Job Opening) [Temporary]
Level : P-3Job ID : 129898Job Network : Internal Security and SafetyJob Family : SecurityDepartment/Office : Department of Safety and SecurityDuty Station : BUNIAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/13/2020Deadline : 1/19/2020
Security Information Analyst [Temporary]
Level : P-3Job ID : 129901Job Network : Internal Security and SafetyJob Family : SecurityDepartment/Office : Department of Safety and SecurityDuty Station : BENIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/13/2020Deadline : 1/19/2020
Humanitarian Affairs Officer / Logistics Cluster Coordinator [Temporary]
Level : P-3Job ID : 129908Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Humanitarian AffairsDepartment/Office : Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian AffairsDuty Station : CARACASStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/13/2020Deadline : 1/19/2020
Administrative Officer [Temporary]
Level : P-4Job ID : 129919Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : AdministrationDepartment/Office : United Nations Joint Staff Pension Fund – Office of Investment ManagementDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/13/2020Deadline : 1/21/2020
TRANSPORT ASSISTANT
Level : F-5Job ID : 129934Job Network : Logistics, Transportation and Supply ChainJob Family : TransportationDepartment/Office : United Nations Mission to support the Hodeidah AgreementDuty Station : HODEIDAHStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/13/2020Deadline : 1/27/2020
Human Resources Officer [Temporary]
Level : P-4Job ID : 129959Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : Human ResourcesDepartment/Office : AU/UN Hybrid Operation in DarfurDuty Station : EL FASHERStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/13/2020Deadline : 1/19/2020
Senior Benefits Assistant
Level : G-7Job ID : 129970Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : AdministrationDepartment/Office : United Nations Joint Staff Pension Fund - Pension AdministrationDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/13/2020Deadline : 2/11/2020
SENIOR CIVIL AFFAIRS OFFICER [Temporary]
Level : P-5Job ID : 129974Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Civil AffairsDepartment/Office : United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in MaliDuty Station : TOMBOUCTOUStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/13/2020Deadline : 1/26/2020
INTERN - LEGAL AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129995Job Network : LegalJob Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Global CommunicationsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/13/2020Deadline : 1/19/2020
INTERN - ECONOMIC AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129999Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Economic and Social AffairsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/13/2020Deadline : 1/27/2020
ASSOCIATE COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER [Temporary]
Level : P-2Job ID : 130005Job Network : Public Information and Conference ManagementJob Family : Public InformationDepartment/Office : Executive Office of the Secretary-GeneralDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/13/2020Deadline : 1/22/2020
Public Information Officer [Temporary]
Level : P-4Job ID : 130006Job Network : Public Information and Conference ManagementJob Family : Public InformationDepartment/Office : Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian AffairsDuty Station : OTHERStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/13/2020Deadline : 1/22/2020
INTERN - PUBLIC INFORMATION [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 130007Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Counter-Terrorism Committee Executive DirectorateDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/13/2020Deadline : 1/23/2020
COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER [Temporary]
Level : P-4Job ID : 130013Job Network : Public Information and Conference ManagementJob Family : Public InformationDepartment/Office : Counter-Terrorism Committee Executive DirectorateDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/13/2020Deadline : 1/26/2020
CLOSE PROTECTION COORDINATION OFFICER
Level : F-6Job ID : 129754Job Network : Internal Security and SafetyJob Family : SecurityDepartment/Office : Office of the Special Adviser to the Secretary-General on YemenDuty Station : SANA'AStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/12/2020Deadline : 1/26/2020
GOVERNANCE AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION EXPERT [Temporary]
Level : P-4Job ID : 129186Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Public AdministrationDepartment/Office : Department of Economic and Social AffairsDuty Station : INCHEON CITYStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/11/2020Deadline : 1/18/2020
INTER-REGIONAL ADVISER ON DEVELOPMENT POLICY IN LEAST DEVELOPED COUNTRIES
Level : P-6Job ID : 129375Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Economic Affairs (and Sustainable Development)Department/Office : Department of Economic and Social AffairsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/11/2020Deadline : 2/9/2020
Investigator [Temporary]
Level : P-4Job ID : 129909Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : InvestigationDepartment/Office : United Nations Investigative Team for Accountability of Da’esh/ISILDuty Station : DOHUKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/11/2020Deadline : 1/17/2020
Procurement Officer
Level : P-3Job ID : 128088Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : ProcurementDepartment/Office : Department of Operational SupportDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/10/2020Deadline : 2/23/2020
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 : 1/6/2021
EDITOR, ENGLISH (Duration 6 months) [Temporary]
Level : P-3Job ID : 128974Job Network : Public Information and Conference ManagementJob Family : LanguageDepartment/Office : United Nations Office at NairobiDuty Station : NAIROBIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/10/2020Deadline : 1/17/2020
ENGINEER
Level : P-3Job ID : 129143Job Network : Logistics, Transportation and Supply ChainJob Family : EngineeringDepartment/Office : United Nations Organisation Stabilization Mission in the Democratic Republic of the CongoDuty Station : MULTIPLE DUTY STATIONSStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/10/2020Deadline : 2/8/2020
Programme Management Assistant [Temporary]
Level : G-6Job ID : 129191Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : Department of Economic and Social AffairsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/10/2020Deadline : 1/17/2020
HUMAN RIGHTS OFFICER
Level : P-4Job ID : 129211Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Human Rights AffairsDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : PANAMA CITYStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/10/2020Deadline : 2/8/2020
MOVEMENT CONTROL ASSISTANT
Level : G-4Job ID : 129239Job Network : Logistics, Transportation and Supply ChainJob Family : TransportationDepartment/Office : United Nations Mission in the Republic of South SudanDuty Station : JUBAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/10/2020Deadline : 1/23/2020
AUDITOR
Level : P-4Job ID : 129317Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : AuditDepartment/Office : Office of Internal Oversight ServicesDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/10/2020Deadline : 2/23/2020
MESSENGER
Level : G-2Job ID : 129357Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : AdministrationDepartment/Office : United Nations Office at NairobiDuty Station : NAIROBIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/10/2020Deadline : 2/8/2020
SPECIAL ASSISTANT, ADMINISTRATION [Filled from Roster]
Level : P-4Job ID : 129426Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : AdministrationDepartment/Office : United Nations Office at GenevaDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/10/2020Deadline : 2/23/2020
Executive Secretary
Level : D-2Job ID : 129483Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : AdministrationDepartment/Office : Department of Management Strategy, Policy and Compliance Office of the Under-Secretary-GeneralDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/10/2020Deadline : 2/23/2020
UNCTAD INTERNSHIPS (2) in the Information Technology Support Section (ITSS) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129538Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Conference on Trade and DevelopmentDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/10/2020Deadline : 2/8/2020
INTERN - PUBLIC INFORMATION - DIGITAL SUPPORT UNIT INTERNSHIP [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129616Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Global CommunicationsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/10/2020Deadline : 7/9/2020
INTERNSHIP - LANGUAGES (EDITORIAL AND DESKTOP PUBLISHING IN CHINESE) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129708Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department for General Assembly and Conference ManagementDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/10/2020Deadline : 1/23/2020
Environmental Management Officer
Level : P-3Job ID : 129722Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : Economic Commission for AfricaDuty Station : ADDIS ABABAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/10/2020Deadline : 2/23/2020
SENIOR COORDINATION OFFICER [Temporary]
Level : P-5Job ID : 129751Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : United Nations Organisation Stabilization Mission in the Democratic Republic of the CongoDuty Station : MULTIPLE DUTY STATIONSStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/10/2020Deadline : 1/23/2020
Internship - Human Rights (Asia and the Pacific) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129756Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/10/2020Deadline : 1/6/2021
FINANCE AND BUDGET ASSISTANT
Level : F-5Job ID : 129761Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : FinanceDepartment/Office : United Nations Organisation Stabilization Mission in the Democratic Republic of the CongoDuty Station : KINSHASAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/10/2020Deadline : 1/24/2020
Senior Development Management Expert [Temporary]
Level : P-5Job ID : 129817Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Economic Affairs (and Sustainable Development)Department/Office : Department of Economic and Social AffairsDuty Station : INCHEON CITYStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/10/2020Deadline : 1/17/2020
INTERN - ECONOMIC AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129829Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : BANGKOKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/10/2020Deadline : 6/30/2020
CONDUCT AND DISCIPLINE OFFICER
Level : P-4Job ID : 129839Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : AdministrationDepartment/Office : United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in the Central African RepublicDuty Station : BANGUIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/10/2020Deadline : 1/24/2020
UNCTAD INTERNSHIPS - Investment Policy Review Section, Division on Investment and Enterprise [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129844Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Conference on Trade and DevelopmentDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/10/2020Deadline : 2/8/2020
UNCTAD INTERNSHIP - INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY UNIT, DIVISION ON INVESTMENT AND ENTERPRISE [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129845Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Conference on Trade and DevelopmentDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/10/2020Deadline : 2/8/2020
INTERN - INFORMATION SYSTEMS & COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129851Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office of Information and Communications TechnologyDuty Station : VIENNAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/10/2020Deadline : 7/30/2020
POLITICAL AFFAIRS OFFICER
Level : P-4Job ID : 129855Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Political AffairsDepartment/Office : Special Adviser to the Secretary-General on Conflict PreventionDuty Station : BUJUMBURAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/10/2020Deadline : 1/23/2020
INTERN - PUBLIC INFORMATION - DAKAR [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129857Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Global CommunicationsDuty Station : DAKARStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/10/2020Deadline : 1/19/2020
INTERN - INFORMATION SYSTEMS & COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129883Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic Commission for Latin America and the CaribbeanDuty Station : SANTIAGOStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/10/2020Deadline : 2/8/2020
FINANCE AND BUDGET OFFICER [Temporary]
Level : P-4Job ID : 129885Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : FinanceDepartment/Office : Executive Office of the Secretary-GeneralDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/10/2020Deadline : 1/19/2020
INTERN - PROGRAMME MANAGEMENT [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129888Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Political and Peacebuilding Affairs-Department of Peace Operations-Shared StructureDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/10/2020Deadline : 1/24/2020
POLITICAL AFFAIRS OFFICER (Temporary Job Opening) [Temporary]
Level : P-3Job ID : 129893Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Political AffairsDepartment/Office : Department of Political Affairs and Peace-buildingDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/10/2020Deadline : 1/17/2020
Information Systems Assistant
Level : G-6Job ID : 129903Job 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 : 1/10/2020Deadline : 2/8/2020
STAFF ASSISTANT [Temporary]
Level : G-5Job ID : 124662Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : AdministrationDepartment/Office : Economic Commission for AfricaDuty Station : ADDIS ABABAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/9/2020Deadline : 1/22/2020
Chief of Trust Fund Unit (Finance Officer)
Level : P-3Job ID : 126245Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : FinanceDepartment/Office : Economic Commission for AfricaDuty Station : ADDIS ABABAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/9/2020Deadline : 2/22/2020
Economic Affairs Officer
Level : P-3Job ID : 128353Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Economic Affairs (and Sustainable Development)Department/Office : Department of Economic and Social AffairsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/9/2020Deadline : 2/22/2020
Deputy Project Director
Level : D-2Job ID : 129496Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : AdministrationDepartment/Office : Department of Management Strategy, Policy and Compliance Enterprise Resource Planning ProjectDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/9/2020Deadline : 2/22/2020
Research Assistant
Level : G-5Job ID : 129517Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Social AffairsDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : BANGKOKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/9/2020Deadline : 2/7/2020
INTERN - PROGRAMME ASSISTANT [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129577Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Environment ProgrammeDuty Station : NAIROBIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/9/2020Deadline : 1/23/2020
INTERN - ENVIRONMENT AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129596Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Environment ProgrammeDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/9/2020Deadline : 1/23/2020
Programme Management Assistant [Temporary]
Level : G-5Job ID : 129608Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : Department of Political and Peacebuilding Affairs-Department of Peace Operations-Shared StructureDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/9/2020Deadline : 1/22/2020
EDITORIAL AND DESKTOP PUBLISHING ASSISTANT, ENGLISH
Level : G-5Job ID : 129620Job Network : Public Information and Conference ManagementJob Family : LanguageDepartment/Office : Department for General Assembly and Conference ManagementDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/9/2020Deadline : 2/7/2020
Internship - Human Rights (Europe and Central-Asia) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129672Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/9/2020Deadline : 1/5/2021
INTERN - ADMINISTRATION [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129684Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office of Administration of JusticeDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/9/2020Deadline : 1/22/2020
INTERN - PUBLIC INFORMATION [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129703Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office of the Special Representative to the Secretary-General on Violence Against ChildrenDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/9/2020Deadline : 4/8/2020
HUMAN RIGHTS OFFICER (Temporary Job Opening) [Temporary]
Level : P-3Job ID : 129720Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Human Rights AffairsDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/9/2020Deadline : 1/22/2020
INTERN - ENVIRONMENT AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129734Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Environment ProgrammeDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/9/2020Deadline : 1/23/2020
UNCTAD INTERNSHIP in the Office of the Chief, Intergovernmental Support Service [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129776Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Conference on Trade and DevelopmentDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/9/2020Deadline : 1/23/2020
Benefits Officer (Chief of Participation Unit)
Level : P-4Job ID : 124028Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : AdministrationDepartment/Office : United Nations Joint Staff Pension Fund - Pension AdministrationDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/8/2020Deadline : 2/21/2020
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 : 1/4/2021
PROGRAMME MANAGEMENT OFFICER
Level : P-4Job ID : 127601Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : United Nations Environment ProgrammeDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/8/2020Deadline : 2/21/2020
Associate Programme Management Officer
Level : P-2Job ID : 128027Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : United Nations Environment ProgrammeDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/8/2020Deadline : 2/21/2020
ENGINEER
Level : P-3Job ID : 128114Job Network : Logistics, Transportation and Supply ChainJob Family : EngineeringDepartment/Office : United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in the Central African RepublicDuty Station : BriaStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/8/2020Deadline : 1/22/2020
ENGINEER
Level : P-4Job ID : 128770Job Network : Logistics, Transportation and Supply ChainJob Family : EngineeringDepartment/Office : Department of Safety and SecurityDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/8/2020Deadline : 2/21/2020
RATIONS OFFICER
Level : F-6Job ID : 128896Job Network : Logistics, Transportation and Supply ChainJob Family : Logistics and Supply ChainDepartment/Office : United Nations Interim Force in LebanonDuty Station : NAQOURAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/8/2020Deadline : 1/22/2020
Economic Affairs Officer
Level : P-3Job ID : 128924Job 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 : 1/8/2020Deadline : 2/21/2020
HUMAN RIGHTS OFFICER
Level : P-3Job ID : 129136Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Human Rights AffairsDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/8/2020Deadline : 2/6/2020
INTERN - Illicit Synthetic Drugs Research and Monitoring [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129309Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Office on Drugs and CrimeDuty Station : VIENNAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/8/2020Deadline : 1/21/2020
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 : 1/6/2021
Intern - Human Resources (Communication) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129544Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic Commission for AfricaDuty Station : ADDIS ABABAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/8/2020Deadline : 1/21/2020
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 : 1/31/2020
Chief, Management Support Section
Level : P-5Job ID : 129565Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : Department for General Assembly and Conference ManagementDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/8/2020Deadline : 2/22/2020
RESEARCH ASSISTANT
Level : G-6Job ID : 129604Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Social AffairsDepartment/Office : Economic Commission for Latin America and the CaribbeanDuty Station : BUENOS AIRESStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/8/2020Deadline : 2/6/2020
INTERN - PUBLIC INFORMATION (Portuguese) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129652Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Global CommunicationsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/8/2020Deadline : 7/7/2020
COORDINATION OFFICER
Level : P-4Job ID : 129656Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : United Nations Mission in the Republic of South SudanDuty Station : JUBAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/8/2020Deadline : 1/22/2020
INTERN - PUBLIC INFORMATION [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129676Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Global CommunicationsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/8/2020Deadline : 2/7/2020
HUMAN RESOURCES OFFICER [Temporary]
Level : P-3Job ID : 129689Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : Human ResourcesDepartment/Office : Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian AffairsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/8/2020Deadline : 1/21/2020
CHIEF OF STAFF
Level : D-1Job ID : 129691Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Political AffairsDepartment/Office : United Nations Mission Integrated Office in HaitiDuty Station : PORT-AU-PRINCEStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/8/2020Deadline : 2/6/2020
INTERN - ECONOMIC AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129692Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Economic and Social AffairsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/8/2020Deadline : 1/22/2020
ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER [Temporary][Cancelled]
Level : P-4Job ID : 129713Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : AdministrationDepartment/Office : Executive Office of the Secretary-GeneralDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/8/2020Deadline : 1/18/2020
STRATEGIC COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER [Temporary]
Level : P-3Job ID : 129714Job Network : Public Information and Conference ManagementJob Family : Public InformationDepartment/Office : Executive Office of the Secretary-GeneralDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/8/2020Deadline : 1/17/2020
PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICER
Level : P-3Job ID : 127189Job Network : Public Information and Conference ManagementJob Family : Public InformationDepartment/Office : Department of Global CommunicationsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/7/2020Deadline : 2/20/2020
Chief, Facilities Management & Transportation Section (364 days) [Temporary]
Level : P-5Job ID : 127794Job Network : Logistics, Transportation and Supply ChainJob Family : Logistics and Supply ChainDepartment/Office : United Nations Office at NairobiDuty Station : NAIROBIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/7/2020Deadline : 1/20/2020
FINANCE AND BUDGET ASSISTANT
Level : G-6Job ID : 127831Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : FinanceDepartment/Office : United Nations Environment ProgrammeDuty Station : MANAMAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/7/2020Deadline : 2/5/2020
SENIOR POLITICAL AFFAIRS OFFICER
Level : P-5Job ID : 128425Job 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 : 1/7/2020Deadline : 2/20/2020
PROCUREMENT OFFICER [Temporary]
Level : P-3Job ID : 128932Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : ProcurementDepartment/Office : United Nations Verification Mission in ColombiaDuty Station : BOGOTAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/7/2020Deadline : 1/20/2020
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 : 1/3/2021
ASSOCIATE CIVIL AFFAIRS OFFICER
Level : NO-2Job ID : 129059Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Civil AffairsDepartment/Office : United Nations Peacekeeping Force in CyprusDuty Station : NICOSIAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/7/2020Deadline : 2/5/2020
ASSOCIATE CIVIL AFFAIRS OFFICER
Level : NO-2Job ID : 129068Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Civil AffairsDepartment/Office : United Nations Peacekeeping Force in CyprusDuty Station : NICOSIAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/7/2020Deadline : 2/5/2020
Programme Officer (Terrorism Prevention)
Level : P-3Job ID : 129161Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Drug Control and Crime PreventionDepartment/Office : United Nations Office on Drugs and CrimeDuty Station : COLOMBOStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/7/2020Deadline : 2/5/2020
HUMAN RIGHTS OFFICER
Level : P-3Job ID : 129228Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Human Rights AffairsDepartment/Office : United Nations Assistance Mission for IraqDuty Station : ERBILStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/7/2020Deadline : 1/21/2020
SENIOR HUMAN RIGHTS OFFICER (Temporary Job Opening) [Temporary]
Level : P-5Job ID : 129371Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Human Rights AffairsDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/7/2020Deadline : 1/20/2020
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 : 3/6/2020
INTERN - POLITICAL AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129457Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Political Affairs and Peace-buildingDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/7/2020Deadline : 1/21/2020
CHIEF FINANCE OFFICER
Level : P-4Job ID : 129480Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : FinanceDepartment/Office : International Residual Mechanism for Criminal TribunalsDuty Station : THE HAGUEStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/7/2020Deadline : 2/5/2020
HUMAN RIGHTS OFFICER
Level : P-3Job ID : 129573Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Human Rights AffairsDepartment/Office : United Nations Assistance Mission for IraqDuty Station : KIRKUKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/7/2020Deadline : 1/21/2020
INTERN - HUMAN RESOURCES [Temporary][Cancelled]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129603Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic Commission for Latin America and the CaribbeanDuty Station : SANTIAGOStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/7/2020Deadline : 2/5/2020
INTERN - INFORMATION SYSTEMS & COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY, I [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129615Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office of Information and Communications TechnologyDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/7/2020Deadline : 7/30/2020
Senior Political Affairs Officer [Temporary]
Level : P-5Job ID : 129622Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Political AffairsDepartment/Office : Office of the Special Adviser to the Secretary-General on YemenDuty Station : SANA'AStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/7/2020Deadline : 1/21/2020
INTERN - ECONOMIC AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129625Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Economic and Social AffairsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/7/2020Deadline : 1/21/2020
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 : 9/29/2020
Investigator [Cancelled]
Level : P-3Job ID : 120754Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : InvestigationDepartment/Office : Office of Internal Oversight ServicesDuty Station : Field LocationsStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/6/2020Deadline : 2/19/2020
POLITICAL AFFAIRS OFFICER
Level : P-3Job ID : 125323Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Political AffairsDepartment/Office : Department of Political Affairs and Peace-buildingDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/6/2020Deadline : 2/19/2020
Staff Development Officer [Temporary]
Level : P-3Job ID : 126686Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : Human ResourcesDepartment/Office : Department of Management Strategy, Policy and Compliance Office of Human ResourcesDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/6/2020Deadline : 1/20/2020
Evaluation Officer (2 posts)
Level : P-3Job ID : 127285Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : Management and AnalysisDepartment/Office : Office of Internal Oversight ServicesDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/6/2020Deadline : 2/19/2020
Senior Investigator [Cancelled]
Level : P-5Job ID : 127299Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : InvestigationDepartment/Office : Office of Internal Oversight ServicesDuty Station : Field LocationsStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/6/2020Deadline : 2/19/2020
Investigator [Cancelled]
Level : P-4Job ID : 127305Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : InvestigationDepartment/Office : Office of Internal Oversight ServicesDuty Station : Field LocationsStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/6/2020Deadline : 2/19/2020
Finance and Budget Officer
Level : P-4Job ID : 127989Job 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 : 1/6/2020Deadline : 2/19/2020
INTERN - ENVIRONMENT AFFAIRS- Consumption and Production Unit [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 128546Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Environment ProgrammeDuty Station : PARISStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/6/2020Deadline : 1/20/2020
STATISTICIAN
Level : P-4Job ID : 128552Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : StatisticsDepartment/Office : Economic Commission for AfricaDuty Station : ADDIS ABABAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/6/2020Deadline : 2/19/2020
Special Assistant to the SRSG (Temporary Job Opening) [Temporary]
Level : P-3Job ID : 128701Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : United Nations Office for Disaster Risk ReductionDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/6/2020Deadline : 1/19/2020
Associate Programme Officer [Temporary]
Level : NO-2Job ID : 128871Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : NEW DELHIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/6/2020Deadline : 1/26/2020
SENIOR EVALUATION OFFICER
Level : P-5Job ID : 128921Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : Inspection and EvaluationDepartment/Office : United Nations Office at GenevaDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/6/2020Deadline : 2/19/2020
INTERN - COMMUNICATIONS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129067Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Environment ProgrammeDuty Station : WASHINGTONStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/6/2020Deadline : 1/26/2020
INTERN - ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129238Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Environment ProgrammeDuty Station : WASHINGTONStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/6/2020Deadline : 1/26/2020
CLOSE PROTECTION OFFICER
Level : FS-4Job ID : 129360Job Network : Internal Security and SafetyJob Family : SecurityDepartment/Office : United Nations Assistance Mission in SomaliaDuty Station : MOGADISCIOStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/6/2020Deadline : 1/19/2020
LANGUAGE SERVICE ASSISTANT
Level : G-4Job ID : 129404Job Network : Public Information and Conference ManagementJob Family : LanguageDepartment/Office : United Nations Mission in the Republic of South SudanDuty Station : AweilStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/6/2020Deadline : 1/20/2020
INTERN - ADMINISTRATION [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129428Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Office on Drugs and CrimeDuty Station : LA PAZStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/6/2020Deadline : 1/24/2020
NURSE
Level : G-6Job ID : 129445Job Network : ScienceJob Family : MedicalDepartment/Office : Department of Operational SupportDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/6/2020Deadline : 2/4/2020
INTERN - ADMINISTRATION [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129491Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Office on Drugs and CrimeDuty Station : LA PAZStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/6/2020Deadline : 1/24/2020
INTERN - STATISTICS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129518Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : TOKYOStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/6/2020Deadline : 6/30/2020
INTERN - STATISTICS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129519Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : TOKYOStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/6/2020Deadline : 6/30/2020
INTERN - SOCIAL SCIENCES [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129567Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Economic and Social AffairsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/6/2020Deadline : 1/20/2020
INTERN - STATISTICS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129570Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic Commission for Latin America and the CaribbeanDuty Station : MEXICO CITYStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/6/2020Deadline : 2/4/2020
ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
Level : P-4Job ID : 127670Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : AdministrationDepartment/Office : United Nations Environment ProgrammeDuty Station : MANAMAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/3/2020Deadline : 2/16/2020
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 : 12/30/2020
Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice Officer (Criminal Investigation Programme)
Level : P-4Job ID : 128891Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Drug Control and Crime PreventionDepartment/Office : United Nations Office on Drugs and CrimeDuty Station : MOGADISCIOStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/3/2020Deadline : 2/1/2020
SECURITY INFORMATION ANALYST
Level : P-4Job ID : 129365Job Network : Internal Security and SafetyJob Family : SecurityDepartment/Office : Department of Safety and SecurityDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/3/2020Deadline : 2/16/2020
Political Affairs Officer (Temporary Job Opening) [Temporary]
Level : P-3Job ID : 129434Job 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 : 1/3/2020Deadline : 1/18/2020
Economic Affairs Officer
Level : P-4Job ID : 129461Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Economic Affairs (and Sustainable Development)Department/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : BANGKOKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/3/2020Deadline : 2/16/2020
CHIEF SECURITY OFFICER
Level : P-4Job ID : 129479Job Network : Internal Security and SafetyJob Family : SecurityDepartment/Office : Special Adviser to the Secretary-General on Conflict PreventionDuty Station : BUJUMBURAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/3/2020Deadline : 1/17/2020
Humanitarian Affairs Officer
Level : P-3Job ID : 119272Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Humanitarian AffairsDepartment/Office : Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian AffairsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/2/2020Deadline : 2/15/2020
POLITICAL AFFAIRS OFFICER
Level : P-4Job ID : 120645Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Political AffairsDepartment/Office : Office of Counter-TerrorismDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/2/2020Deadline : 2/15/2020
POLITICAL AFFAIRS OFFICER
Level : P-4Job ID : 125922Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Political AffairsDepartment/Office : Office of Counter-TerrorismDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/2/2020Deadline : 2/15/2020
Chief of Section, Meetings Coverage Section
Level : P-5Job ID : 126600Job Network : Public Information and Conference ManagementJob Family : Public InformationDepartment/Office : Department of Global CommunicationsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/2/2020Deadline : 2/14/2020
INTERN - PUBLIC INFORMATION (ARABIC) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 128759Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Global CommunicationsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/2/2020Deadline : 6/29/2020
ECONOMIC AFFAIRS OFFICER
Level : P-4Job ID : 128828Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Economic Affairs (and Sustainable Development)Department/Office : Economic Commission for AfricaDuty Station : ADDIS ABABAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/2/2020Deadline : 2/15/2020
Senior Rule of Law Officer [Temporary]
Level : P-5Job ID : 129460Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Rule of LawDepartment/Office : United Nations Investigative Team for Accountability of Da’esh/ISILDuty Station : BAGHDADStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/2/2020Deadline : 1/31/2020
INTERN - ECONOMIC AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 128541Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : BANGKOKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/1/2020Deadline : 6/30/2020
INTERN - ECONOMIC AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129118Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : BANGKOKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/1/2020Deadline : 6/30/2020
INTERN - ENVIRONMENT AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129200Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : BANGKOKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/1/2020Deadline : 6/30/2020
INTERN - ENVIRONMENT AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129201Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : BANGKOKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/1/2020Deadline : 6/30/2020
INTERN - ENVIRONMENT AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129202Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : BANGKOKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/1/2020Deadline : 6/30/2020
INTERN - ECONOMIC AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129207Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : BANGKOKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/1/2020Deadline : 6/30/2020
Intern - Recruitment [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129332Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : BANGKOKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 1/1/2020Deadline : 6/30/2020
INTERN - PUBLIC INFORMATION [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 123509Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian AffairsDuty Station : BANGKOKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/31/2019Deadline : 4/15/2020
Programme Assistant
Level : G-5Job ID : 126969Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : Department of Peace OperationsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/31/2019Deadline : 1/29/2020
INTERN - ADMINISTRATION [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 128514Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Management Strategy, Policy and Compliance Office of Programme Planning, Finance and BudgetDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/31/2019Deadline : 6/27/2020
Legal Officer
Level : P-4Job ID : 128751Job Network : LegalJob Family : Legal AffairsDepartment/Office : Department of Management Strategy, Policy and Compliance Office of Human ResourcesDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/31/2019Deadline : 2/13/2020
INTERN - INFORMATION SYSTEMS & COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129394Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Operational SupportDuty Station : VALENCIAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/31/2019Deadline : 1/29/2020
INTERN - INFORMATION SYSTEMS & COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129402Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Field SupportDuty Station : BRINDISIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/31/2019Deadline : 1/29/2020
PROGRAMME MANAGEMENT OFFICER
Level : P-4Job ID : 129405Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in MaliDuty Station : TOMBOUCTOUStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/31/2019Deadline : 1/29/2020
Nurse [Cancelled]
Level : G-6Job ID : 123062Job Network : ScienceJob Family : MedicalDepartment/Office : Department of Operational SupportDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/30/2019Deadline : 1/28/2020
PROGRAMME MANAGEMENT OFFICER
Level : P-3Job ID : 127661Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : United Nations Environment ProgrammeDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/30/2019Deadline : 2/12/2020
Chief, Interpretation Section
Level : P-5Job ID : 128576Job Network : Public Information and Conference ManagementJob Family : LanguageDepartment/Office : Department for General Assembly and Conference ManagementDuty Station : VIENNAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/30/2019Deadline : 2/12/2020
Electrical Maintenance Technician
Level : TC-4Job ID : 128597Job Network : Logistics, Transportation and Supply ChainJob Family : Facilities ManagementDepartment/Office : Department of Operational SupportDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/30/2019Deadline : 1/28/2020
CHIEF, EDITING SECTION
Level : P-5Job ID : 128749Job Network : Public Information and Conference ManagementJob Family : LanguageDepartment/Office : United Nations Office at GenevaDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/30/2019Deadline : 2/12/2020
Programme Management Officer
Level : P-3Job ID : 128954Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Drug Control and Crime PreventionDepartment/Office : United Nations Office on Drugs and CrimeDuty Station : ISLAMABADStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/30/2019Deadline : 1/28/2020
Emerging Technology Solutions Intern [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129248Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Environment ProgrammeDuty Station : NAIROBIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/30/2019Deadline : 1/31/2020
KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT OFFICER
Level : P-4Job ID : 129295Job Network : Public Information and Conference ManagementJob Family : Documentation and Information ManagementDepartment/Office : United Nations Office at GenevaDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/30/2019Deadline : 2/12/2020
INTERN - PUBLIC INFORMATION - UNIC LIMA [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129334Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Global CommunicationsDuty Station : LIMAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/30/2019Deadline : 1/31/2020
INTERN - PUBLIC INFORMATION - Mexico City [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129337Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Global CommunicationsDuty Station : MEXICO CITYStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/30/2019Deadline : 2/6/2020
INTERN - PUBLIC INFORMATION - Rio de Janeiro [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129341Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Global CommunicationsDuty Station : RIO DE JANEIROStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/30/2019Deadline : 3/3/2020
Chief, Unit for Economic Cooperation and Integration among Developing Countries
Level : D-1Job ID : 126821Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Economic Affairs (and Sustainable Development)Department/Office : United Nations Conference on Trade and DevelopmentDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/27/2019Deadline : 2/9/2020
DOCUMENTS MANAGEMENT OFFICER
Level : P-3Job ID : 128102Job Network : Public Information and Conference ManagementJob Family : Conference ServicesDepartment/Office : United Nations Office at GenevaDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/27/2019Deadline : 2/9/2020
DIRECTOR, LEGAL AFFAIRS
Level : D-2Job ID : 128589Job Network : LegalJob Family : Legal AffairsDepartment/Office : Office of Legal AffairsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/27/2019Deadline : 2/9/2020
HUMAN RIGHTS OFFICER
Level : P-3Job ID : 128642Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Human Rights AffairsDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/27/2019Deadline : 1/25/2020
SALES AND MARKETING ASSISTANT
Level : G-5Job ID : 129007Job Network : Public Information and Conference ManagementJob Family : Public InformationDepartment/Office : Department of Global CommunicationsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/27/2019Deadline : 1/25/2020
Chief of Staff [Temporary]
Level : P-5Job ID : 129321Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Political AffairsDepartment/Office : United Nations Investigative Team for Accountability of Da’esh/ISILDuty Station : BAGHDADStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/27/2019Deadline : 1/30/2020
DISARMAMENT, DEMOBILIZATION AND REINTEGRATION OFFICER
Level : P-4Job ID : 127453Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Security InstitutionsDepartment/Office : Department of Peace OperationsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/26/2019Deadline : 2/8/2020
Programme Management Assistant
Level : G-5Job ID : 127680Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : United Nations Environment ProgrammeDuty Station : MANAMAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/26/2019Deadline : 1/24/2020
Humanitarian Affairs Officer
Level : P-3Job ID : 127813Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Humanitarian AffairsDepartment/Office : Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian AffairsDuty Station : AMMANStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/26/2019Deadline : 2/23/2020
Economic Affairs Officer (Chief of Unit)
Level : P-4Job ID : 128934Job 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 : 12/26/2019Deadline : 2/8/2020
SENIOR HUMAN RIGHTS OFFICER
Level : P-5Job ID : 129147Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Human Rights AffairsDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : PHNOM-PENHStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/26/2019Deadline : 2/8/2020
SENIOR COORDINATION OFFICER
Level : P-5Job ID : 129174Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in MaliDuty Station : BAMAKOStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/26/2019Deadline : 1/24/2020
INTERN - POLITICAL AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 128653Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Political Affairs and Peace-buildingDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/25/2019Deadline : 1/23/2020
Programme Management Assistant
Level : G-5Job ID : 122891Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : Office of Counter-TerrorismDuty Station : BUDAPESTStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/24/2019Deadline : 1/22/2020
Programme Management Officer
Level : P-4Job ID : 125996Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : Office of Counter-TerrorismDuty Station : BUDAPESTStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/24/2019Deadline : 2/6/2020
Logistics Officer, Planning
Level : P-3Job ID : 127907Job Network : Logistics, Transportation and Supply ChainJob Family : Logistics and Supply ChainDepartment/Office : Department of Operational SupportDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/24/2019Deadline : 2/6/2020
Programme Coordinator (Terrorism Prevention)
Level : P-3Job ID : 128181Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Drug Control and Crime PreventionDepartment/Office : United Nations Office on Drugs and CrimeDuty Station : KARACHIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/24/2019Deadline : 1/22/2020
INVESTIGATOR (two posts) [Filled from Roster]
Level : P-3Job ID : 128221Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : InvestigationDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/24/2019Deadline : 1/22/2020
Senior Legal Officer
Level : P-5Job ID : 129108Job Network : LegalJob Family : Legal AffairsDepartment/Office : Department of Economic and Social AffairsDuty Station : PHNOM-PENHStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/24/2019Deadline : 1/22/2020
Associate Programme Officer [Temporary]
Level : P-2Job ID : 129204Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : United Nations Investigative Team for Accountability of Da’esh/ISILDuty Station : BAGHDADStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/24/2019Deadline : 1/30/2020
INTERN - PUBLIC INFORMATION (Russian) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129220Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Global CommunicationsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/24/2019Deadline : 6/19/2020
Human Resources Officer [Temporary]
Level : P-4Job ID : 129221Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : Human ResourcesDepartment/Office : Department of Management Strategy, Policy and Compliance Office of Human ResourcesDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/24/2019Deadline : 1/22/2020
PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICER
Level : P-4Job ID : 120297Job Network : Public Information and Conference ManagementJob Family : Public InformationDepartment/Office : Office of Counter-TerrorismDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/23/2019Deadline : 2/5/2020
Leadperson
Level : TC-4Job ID : 127064Job Network : Logistics, Transportation and Supply ChainJob Family : Facilities ManagementDepartment/Office : Department of Operational SupportDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/23/2019Deadline : 1/21/2020
INTERN - Human Resources [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 127646Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Management Strategy, Policy and Compliance Office of Human ResourcesDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/23/2019Deadline : 6/19/2020
Associate Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice Officer (CIP) Somalia)
Level : P-2Job ID : 128464Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Drug Control and Crime PreventionDepartment/Office : United Nations Office on Drugs and CrimeDuty Station : MOGADISCIOStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/23/2019Deadline : 1/21/2020
Programme Assistant
Level : G-6Job ID : 128487Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : United Nations Office on Drugs and CrimeDuty Station : VIENNAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/23/2019Deadline : 1/21/2020
Programme Officer (Reporting, Monitoring and Evaluation)
Level : P-3Job ID : 128549Job 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 : 12/23/2019Deadline : 1/21/2020
CRIME PREVENTION AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE OFFICER (International Cooperation)
Level : P-3Job ID : 128553Job 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 : 12/23/2019Deadline : 1/21/2020
Senior Programme Coordinator
Level : P-5Job ID : 128640Job 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 : 12/23/2019Deadline : 1/21/2020
SENIOR ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT [Filled from Roster]
Level : G-7Job ID : 128850Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : AdministrationDepartment/Office : Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian AffairsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/23/2019Deadline : 2/20/2020
INTERN - INFORMATION SYSTEMS & COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 128867Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic Commission for EuropeDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/23/2019Deadline : 1/30/2020
SECURITY INFORMATION ANALYST
Level : P-4Job ID : 128931Job Network : Internal Security and SafetyJob Family : SecurityDepartment/Office : Department of Safety and SecurityDuty Station : GABORONEStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/23/2019Deadline : 2/5/2020
INTERN - PUBLIC INFORMATION - KATHMANDU [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129052Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Global CommunicationsDuty Station : KATHMANDUStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/23/2019Deadline : 6/12/2020
Programme Management Assistant (Temporary Job Opening) [Temporary]
Level : G-5Job ID : 129166Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : United Nations Conference on Trade and DevelopmentDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/23/2019Deadline : 1/21/2020
INTERN - ECONOMIC AFFAIRS (Transport Connectivity and Logistics Section) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 129041Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : BANGKOKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/22/2019Deadline : 6/30/2020
Procurement Officer
Level : P-4Job ID : 120981Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : ProcurementDepartment/Office : United Nations Human Settlements ProgrammeDuty Station : ERBILStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/20/2019Deadline : 1/18/2020
Programme Management Officer, Human Settlements
Level : P-4Job ID : 124868Job Network : Logistics, Transportation and Supply ChainJob Family : Human SettlementsDepartment/Office : United Nations Human Settlements ProgrammeDuty Station : MANAMAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/20/2019Deadline : 1/18/2020
PROGRAMME MANAGEMENT OFFICER
Level : P-3Job ID : 127559Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : Economic Commission for AfricaDuty Station : ADDIS ABABAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/20/2019Deadline : 2/2/2020
Deputy Executive Secretary
Level : D-1Job ID : 127914Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : AdministrationDepartment/Office : Secretariat of the Advisory Committee on Administrative and Budgetary QuestionsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/20/2019Deadline : 2/2/2020
DEPUTY EXECUTIVE SECRETARY
Level : D-2Job ID : 128309Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : AdministrationDepartment/Office : Economic Commission for EuropeDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/20/2019Deadline : 2/2/2020
Economic Affairs Officer (2 Positions)
Level : P-3Job ID : 128358Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Economic Affairs (and Sustainable Development)Department/Office : Economic Commission for AfricaDuty Station : ADDIS ABABAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/20/2019Deadline : 2/2/2020
Programme Assistant (2 positions)
Level : G-5Job ID : 128379Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : United Nations Office on Drugs and CrimeDuty Station : NAIROBIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/20/2019Deadline : 1/18/2020
TEAM ASSISTANT (TJO) [Temporary]
Level : G-4Job ID : 128402Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : AdministrationDepartment/Office : Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian AffairsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/20/2019Deadline : 1/27/2020
ELECTRICIAN
Level : G-4Job ID : 128511Job Network : Logistics, Transportation and Supply ChainJob Family : Facilities ManagementDepartment/Office : Department of Operational SupportDuty Station : BRINDISIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/20/2019Deadline : 1/18/2020
Information Systems Officer
Level : P-4Job ID : 128665Job Network : Information and Telecommunication TechnologyJob Family : Information Management Systems and TechnologyDepartment/Office : Office of Administration of JusticeDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/20/2019Deadline : 2/2/2020
Special Assistant, Political Affairs
Level : P-4Job ID : 128808Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Political AffairsDepartment/Office : United Nations Support Mission in LibyaDuty Station : TRIPOLI (LIBYA)Staffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/20/2019Deadline : 1/18/2020
INTERN - POLITICAL AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 128853Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Peace OperationsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/20/2019Deadline : 2/18/2020
Human Rights Officer
Level : P-3Job ID : 128875Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Human Rights AffairsDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : DAKARStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/20/2019Deadline : 2/2/2020
INTERN - INFORMATION SYSTEMS & COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 128938Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office of Information and Communications TechnologyDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/20/2019Deadline : 6/16/2020
Editorial and Desktop Publishing Assistant, Russian
Level : G-5Job ID : 128959Job Network : Public Information and Conference ManagementJob Family : LanguageDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : BANGKOKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/20/2019Deadline : 1/18/2020
SENIOR POLITICAL AFFAIRS OFFICER
Level : P-5Job ID : 125909Job 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 : 12/19/2019Deadline : 2/1/2020
STAFF ASSISTANT
Level : G-6Job ID : 127373Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : AdministrationDepartment/Office : United Nations Environment ProgrammeDuty Station : MONTREALStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/19/2019Deadline : 1/17/2020
PROGRAMME MANAGEMENT OFFICER
Level : P-4Job ID : 128592Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : Economic Commission for Latin America and the CaribbeanDuty Station : MEXICO CITYStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/19/2019Deadline : 2/1/2020
SUPPLY CHAIN BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE OFFICER
Level : P-3Job ID : 128805Job Network : Logistics, Transportation and Supply ChainJob Family : Logistics and Supply ChainDepartment/Office : United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in MaliDuty Station : BAMAKOStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/19/2019Deadline : 1/17/2020
ASSOCIATE JUDICIAL AFFAIRS OFFICER
Level : P-2Job ID : 128969Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Rule of LawDepartment/Office : United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in MaliDuty Station : TOMBOUCTOUStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/19/2019Deadline : 1/17/2020
Security Information Analyst
Level : P-4Job ID : 124036Job Network : Internal Security and SafetyJob Family : SecurityDepartment/Office : Department of Safety and SecurityDuty Station : BANGKOKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/18/2019Deadline : 1/31/2020
Security Information Analyst
Level : P-4Job ID : 124038Job Network : Internal Security and SafetyJob Family : SecurityDepartment/Office : Department of Safety and SecurityDuty Station : ISLAMABADStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/18/2019Deadline : 1/31/2020
Security Information Analyst
Level : P-4Job ID : 124136Job Network : Internal Security and SafetyJob Family : SecurityDepartment/Office : Department of Safety and SecurityDuty Station : YAOUNDEStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/18/2019Deadline : 1/31/2020
Humanitarian Affairs Officer [Temporary]
Level : P-3Job ID : 126635Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Humanitarian AffairsDepartment/Office : Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian AffairsDuty Station : OTHERStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/18/2019Deadline : 1/26/2020
Humanitarian Affairs Officer [Temporary]
Level : P-4Job ID : 126652Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Humanitarian AffairsDepartment/Office : Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian AffairsDuty Station : OTHERStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/18/2019Deadline : 1/26/2020
Senior Humanitarian Affairs Officer [Temporary]
Level : P-5Job ID : 126655Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Humanitarian AffairsDepartment/Office : Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian AffairsDuty Station : OTHERStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/18/2019Deadline : 1/26/2020
HUMAN RESOURCES OFFICER [Filled from Roster]
Level : P-3Job ID : 127312Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : Human ResourcesDepartment/Office : Department of Political and Peacebuilding Affairs-Department of Peace Operations-Shared StructureDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/18/2019Deadline : 1/31/2020
ACCOUNTANT (2 posts)
Level : P-3Job ID : 127344Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : FinanceDepartment/Office : United Nations Office at GenevaDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/18/2019Deadline : 1/31/2020
Human Rights Officer
Level : P-4Job ID : 127435Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Human Rights AffairsDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/18/2019Deadline : 1/31/2020
LEGAL OFFICER [Filled from Roster]
Level : P-4Job ID : 128218Job Network : LegalJob Family : Legal AffairsDepartment/Office : Office of Legal AffairsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/18/2019Deadline : 1/31/2020
Executive Officer [Filled from Roster]
Level : D-1Job ID : 128608Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : AdministrationDepartment/Office : Department for General Assembly and Conference ManagementDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/18/2019Deadline : 2/1/2020
INTERN - Marketing [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 128671Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Global CommunicationsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/18/2019Deadline : 5/31/2020
Legal Officer
Level : P-3Job ID : 128842Job Network : LegalJob Family : Legal AffairsDepartment/Office : Office of Legal AffairsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/18/2019Deadline : 1/31/2020
Legal Officer (2 Positions)
Level : P-3Job ID : 128844Job Network : LegalJob Family : Legal AffairsDepartment/Office : Office of Legal AffairsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/18/2019Deadline : 1/31/2020
Principal Political Affairs Officer
Level : D-1Job ID : 127217Job 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 : 12/17/2019Deadline : 1/30/2020
INTERN - POLITICAL AFFAIRS (Multiple) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 128000Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Safety and SecurityDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/17/2019Deadline : 6/16/2020
INTERN - PUBLIC INFORMATION [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 128087Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Safety and SecurityDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/17/2019Deadline : 6/16/2020
Economic Affairs Officer
Level : P-4Job ID : 128345Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Economic Affairs (and Sustainable Development)Department/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : SUVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/17/2019Deadline : 1/30/2020
Psychologist [Temporary]
Level : P-3Job ID : 128851Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : Human ResourcesDepartment/Office : United Nations Investigative Team for Accountability of Da’esh/ISILDuty Station : DOHUKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/17/2019Deadline : 1/20/2020
Programme Management Assistant
Level : G-6Job ID : 125525Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/16/2019Deadline : 2/13/2020
DOCUMENTS MANAGEMENT OFFICER
Level : P-3Job ID : 127523Job Network : Public Information and Conference ManagementJob Family : Conference ServicesDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/16/2019Deadline : 1/29/2020
Senior Economic Affairs Officer
Level : P-5Job ID : 127988Job 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 : 12/16/2019Deadline : 1/29/2020
Benefits Officer
Level : P-3Job ID : 124205Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : Pension ManagementDepartment/Office : Department of Management Strategy, Policy and Compliance Office of Programme Planning, Finance and BudgetDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/13/2019Deadline : 1/26/2020
PROGRAMME MANAGEMENT OFFICER
Level : P-4Job ID : 126693Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : Office of Counter-TerrorismDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/13/2019Deadline : 1/26/2020
PROGRAMME MANAGEMENT OFFICER
Level : P-4Job ID : 126751Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : Office of Counter-TerrorismDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/13/2019Deadline : 1/26/2020
Engineer (Mechanical)
Level : P-3Job ID : 127508Job Network : Logistics, Transportation and Supply ChainJob Family : EngineeringDepartment/Office : United Nations Office at GenevaDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/13/2019Deadline : 1/26/2020
ECONOMIC AFFAIRS OFFICER
Level : P-3Job ID : 127516Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Economic Affairs (and Sustainable Development)Department/Office : United Nations Conference on Trade and DevelopmentDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/13/2019Deadline : 1/26/2020
HUMAN RIGHTS OFFICER
Level : P-3Job ID : 127631Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Human Rights AffairsDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/13/2019Deadline : 1/26/2020
INTERN – MULTIMEDIA EDITING AND COMMUNICATIONS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 128583Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Office at GenevaDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/13/2019Deadline : 12/11/2020
Political Affairs Officer
Level : P-4Job ID : 128660Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Political AffairsDepartment/Office : Department of Political Affairs and Peace-buildingDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/13/2019Deadline : 1/26/2020
PROGRAMME MANAGEMENT OFFICER
Level : P-4Job ID : 126839Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Programme ManagementDepartment/Office : Office of Counter-TerrorismDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/12/2019Deadline : 1/25/2020
Human Rights Officer
Level : P-3Job ID : 127884Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Human Rights AffairsDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/12/2019Deadline : 1/25/2020
Chief, Trade Negotiations and Commercial Diplomacy Branch
Level : D-1Job ID : 127981Job Network : Economic, Social and DevelopmentJob Family : Economic Affairs (and Sustainable Development)Department/Office : United Nations Conference on Trade and DevelopmentDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/12/2019Deadline : 1/25/2020
INTERN - POLITICAL AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 128077Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Political and Peacebuilding Affairs-Department of Peace Operations-Shared StructureDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/12/2019Deadline : 1/31/2020
SENIOR PROGRAMME OFFICER [Temporary]
Level : P-5Job ID : 128575Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : Management and AnalysisDepartment/Office : Economic Commission for EuropeDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/12/2019Deadline : 1/31/2020
Information Systems Officer (Carriers compliance)
Level : P-3Job ID : 114139Job Network : Information and Telecommunication TechnologyJob Family : Information Management Systems and TechnologyDepartment/Office : Office of Counter-TerrorismDuty Station : VIENNAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/11/2019Deadline : 1/24/2020
PROPERTY MANAGEMENT OFFICER
Level : P-4Job ID : 122315Job Network : Logistics, Transportation and Supply ChainJob Family : Property and Asset ManagementDepartment/Office : United Nations Office at GenevaDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/11/2019Deadline : 1/24/2020
Finance and Budget Officer
Level : P-3Job ID : 126634Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : FinanceDepartment/Office : Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian AffairsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/11/2019Deadline : 1/24/2020
ASSISTANT SECRETARY-GENERAL
Level : ASGJob ID : 126915Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : AdministrationDepartment/Office : Office of Internal Oversight ServicesDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/11/2019Deadline : 1/24/2020
SECURITY COORDINATION OFFICER
Level : P-3Job ID : 126427Job Network : Internal Security and SafetyJob Family : SecurityDepartment/Office : Department of Safety and SecurityDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/10/2019Deadline : 1/23/2020
Chief of Service, Monitoring and Evaluation
Level : D-1Job ID : 127555Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : Management and AnalysisDepartment/Office : Department of Management Strategy, Policy and Compliance Business Transformation and AccountabilityDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/10/2019Deadline : 1/23/2020
Information Systems Officer (SAP HCM Programming and Configuration)
Level : P-4Job ID : 127905Job 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 : 12/10/2019Deadline : 1/23/2020
Chief of Section, Procurement
Level : P-5Job ID : 128049Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : ProcurementDepartment/Office : Department of Operational SupportDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/10/2019Deadline : 1/23/2020
INTERN - DRUG CONTROL & CRIME PREVENTION (Anti-Corruption) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 128222Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Office on Drugs and CrimeDuty Station : VIENNAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/10/2019Deadline : 1/31/2020
INTERN - MULTIMEDIA PARTNERSHIPS INTERNSHIP [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 128230Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Global CommunicationsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/10/2019Deadline : 6/5/2020
INTERN - ECONOMIC AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 128417Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic Commission for Latin America and the CaribbeanDuty Station : MEXICO CITYStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/10/2019Deadline : 2/7/2020
Procurement Officer
Level : P-4Job ID : 124590Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : ProcurementDepartment/Office : Department of Operational SupportDuty Station : ENTEBBEStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/6/2019Deadline : 1/19/2020
Senior Human Resources Officer
Level : P-5Job ID : 125319Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : Human ResourcesDepartment/Office : Department of Operational SupportDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/6/2019Deadline : 1/19/2020
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 : 12/4/2020
INTERN - Public Information [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 128052Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Operational SupportDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/6/2019Deadline : 6/5/2020
INTERN - PUBLIC INFORMATION (Donor Relations) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 128059Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Operational SupportDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/6/2019Deadline : 6/5/2020
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 : 12/3/2020
Director, United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction
Level : D-2Job ID : 127044Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : AdministrationDepartment/Office : United Nations Office for Disaster Risk ReductionDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/5/2019Deadline : 1/18/2020
INFORMATION SYSTEMS OFFICER
Level : P-4Job ID : 114132Job Network : Information and Telecommunication TechnologyJob Family : Information Management Systems and TechnologyDepartment/Office : Office of Counter-TerrorismDuty Station : VIENNAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/4/2019Deadline : 1/17/2020
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 : 11/30/2020
INTERN - PUBLIC INFORMATION - (SPANISH) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 128047Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Global CommunicationsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/4/2019Deadline : 6/30/2020
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 : 12/1/2020
Political Affairs Officer
Level : P-3Job ID : 127724Job Network : Political, Peace and HumanitarianJob Family : Political AffairsDepartment/Office : United Nations Regional Center for Preventive Diplomacy for Central AsiaDuty Station : ASHKHABADStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 12/2/2019Deadline : 1/30/2020
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 : 11/30/2020
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 : 5/30/2020
Investigator (Terrorist Financing) [Temporary]
Level : P-4Job ID : 127604Job Network : Management and AdministrationJob Family : InvestigationDepartment/Office : United Nations Investigative Team for Accountability of Da’esh/ISILDuty Station : BAGHDADStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 11/26/2019Deadline : 1/17/2020
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 : 11/23/2020
INTERN - INFORMATION SYSTEMS & COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 127353Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : International Residual Mechanism for Criminal TribunalsDuty Station : THE HAGUEStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 11/25/2019Deadline : 5/23/2020
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 : 11/18/2020
UNCTAD INTERN - ECONOMIC AFFAIRS, Creative Economy Programme, Trade Negotiations and Commercial Diplomacy Branch, Division on International Trade and Commodities [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 127112Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Conference on Trade and DevelopmentDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 11/20/2019Deadline : 1/23/2020
INTERN - Public Information [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 127200Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Global CommunicationsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 11/20/2019Deadline : 6/30/2020
SENIOR POLITICAL AFFAIRS OFFICER (Temporary Job Opening) [Temporary]
Level : P-5Job ID : 126968Job 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 : 11/19/2019Deadline : 1/17/2020
INTERN - Sustainable Development [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 126166Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Economic and Social AffairsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 11/15/2019Deadline : 1/31/2020
Internship - Human Rights (Regional) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 126803Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : PRETORIAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 11/15/2019Deadline : 4/29/2020
INTERN (FRENCH) - VIDEO SECTION [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 126521Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Global CommunicationsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 11/14/2019Deadline : 5/14/2020
INTERN (ARABIC) - VIDEO SECTION [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 126525Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Global CommunicationsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 11/14/2019Deadline : 5/14/2020
INTERN (CHINESE) - VIDEO SECTION, I [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 126584Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Global CommunicationsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 11/14/2019Deadline : 5/14/2020
INTERN (RUSSIAN) - VIDEO SECTION [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 126589Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Global CommunicationsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 11/14/2019Deadline : 5/14/2020
INTERN (ENGLISH) - VIDEO SECTION [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 126681Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Global CommunicationsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 11/14/2019Deadline : 5/14/2020
INTERN (SPANISH) - VIDEO SECTION [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 126683Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Global CommunicationsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 11/14/2019Deadline : 5/14/2020
INTERN - INFORMATION SYSTEMS & COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY, I [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 125880Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office of Information and Communications TechnologyDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 11/13/2019Deadline : 5/10/2020
INTERN - AUDIT [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 126608Job 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 : 11/11/2019Deadline : 5/8/2020
Human Resources (Communications) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 126611Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Management Strategy, Policy and Compliance Office of Human ResourcesDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 11/11/2019Deadline : 5/8/2020
Intern - Information Technology (SharePoint) - Two Positions [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 126753Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Joint Staff Pension Fund - Pension AdministrationDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 11/11/2019Deadline : 1/30/2020
INTERN - ECONOMIC AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 126549Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : BANGKOKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 11/10/2019Deadline : 4/30/2020
INTERN - PUBLIC INFORMATION [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 125700Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Global CommunicationsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 11/8/2019Deadline : 5/7/2020
INTERN - INFORMATION SYSTEMS & COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY (WEB) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 126172Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Economic and Social AffairsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 11/8/2019Deadline : 1/31/2020
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 : 11/4/2020
INTERN - INFORMATION SYSTEMS & COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 125810Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : BEIJINGStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 11/5/2019Deadline : 4/30/2020
INTERN - ECONOMIC AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 126311Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : BEIJINGStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 11/5/2019Deadline : 4/30/2020
INTERN - HUMAN RESOURCES [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 125988Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian AffairsDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 11/1/2019Deadline : 4/29/2020
INTERN - SOCIAL SCIENCES [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 126099Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : SUVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 11/1/2019Deadline : 3/31/2020
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 : 10/28/2020
INTERN - INFORMATION SYSTEMS & COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 125919Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office for Disarmament AffairsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 10/29/2019Deadline : 7/30/2020
INTERN - PUBLIC INFORMATION [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 125920Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office for Disarmament AffairsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 10/29/2019Deadline : 7/30/2020
INTERN - POLITICAL AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 125986Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office for Disarmament AffairsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 10/29/2019Deadline : 7/30/2020
INTERN - ECONOMIC AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 126031Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : BANGKOKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 10/29/2019Deadline : 4/30/2020
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 : 10/23/2020
Human Resources (disablity inclusion) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 125410Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Management Strategy, Policy and Compliance Office of Human ResourcesDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 10/21/2019Deadline : 4/17/2020
INTERN - POLITICAL AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 125399Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Political and Peacebuilding Affairs-Department of Peace Operations-Shared StructureDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 10/18/2019Deadline : 4/16/2020
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 : 10/17/2020
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 : 10/16/2020
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 : 12/31/2020
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 : 10/15/2020
INTERN - ADMINISTRATION [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 125407Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office of Counter-TerrorismDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 10/16/2019Deadline : 1/31/2020
INTERN - PUBLIC INFORMATION [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 125230Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Global CommunicationsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 10/15/2019Deadline : 4/13/2020
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 : 10/12/2020
Intern - LEGAL AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 124583Job Network : LegalJob Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Management Strategy, Policy and Compliance Office of Human ResourcesDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 10/11/2019Deadline : 4/7/2020
Intern - ADMINISTRATION [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 122854Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Management Strategy, Policy and Compliance Office of Human ResourcesDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 10/10/2019Deadline : 4/6/2020
INTERN - PUBLIC INFORMATION - Social Media [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 124723Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Office at GenevaDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 10/8/2019Deadline : 12/31/2020
INTERN - PUBLIC INFORMATION [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 124756Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Office at GenevaDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 10/8/2019Deadline : 12/31/2020
INTERN - Benefits Administration [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 123698Job 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 : 10/4/2019Deadline : 3/31/2020
INTERN - Management and programme analysis [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 123939Job 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 : 10/4/2019Deadline : 3/31/2020
INTERN - Finance [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 124213Job 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 : 10/4/2019Deadline : 3/31/2020
INTERN - GRAPHIC DESIGN [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 124622Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : BANGKOKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 10/4/2019Deadline : 3/31/2020
INTERN - PUBLIC INFORMATION [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 124459Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Office at GenevaDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 10/3/2019Deadline : 12/31/2020
INTERN - ECONOMIC AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 124417Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : INCHEON CITYStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 10/2/2019Deadline : 3/31/2020
INTERN - PUBLIC INFORMATION [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 124418Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : INCHEON CITYStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 10/2/2019Deadline : 3/31/2020
INTERN - ENVIRONMENT AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 124420Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : INCHEON CITYStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 10/2/2019Deadline : 3/31/2020
INTERN - SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 124421Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : INCHEON CITYStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 10/2/2019Deadline : 3/31/2020
INTERN - Communications [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 123482Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Management Strategy, Policy and Compliance Office of Human ResourcesDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 10/1/2019Deadline : 3/28/2020
Intern - Public Information [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 124026Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office of the SRSG for Children and Armed ConflictDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 9/26/2019Deadline : 3/25/2020
INTERN - GRAPHIC DESIGNER [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 123481Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Management Strategy, Policy and Compliance Office of Human ResourcesDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 9/18/2019Deadline : 3/15/2020
INTERN - ADMINISTRATION [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 123578Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : BANGKOKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 9/18/2019Deadline : 2/29/2020
INTERN - INFORMATION SYSTEMS & COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 120418Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office of Information and Communications TechnologyDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 9/13/2019Deadline : 2/28/2020
Geospatial Information Systems - Internship [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 122240Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office of Information and Communications TechnologyDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 9/9/2019Deadline : 2/28/2020
Geospatial Information Systems - Internship [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 122243Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office of Information and Communications TechnologyDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 9/9/2019Deadline : 2/28/2020
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 : 9/4/2020
INTERN - ENVIRONMENT AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 120611Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : BANGKOKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 9/1/2019Deadline : 2/29/2020
INTERN - HUMAN RESOURCES [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 122514Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian AffairsDuty Station : MULTIPLE DUTY STATIONSStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 8/29/2019Deadline : 6/30/2020
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 : 8/26/2020
INTERN - ADMINISTRATION [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 121722Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : BEIJINGStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 8/27/2019Deadline : 2/29/2020
INTERN - ADMINISTRATION [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 121904Job 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 : 8/22/2019Deadline : 2/17/2020
INTERN - HUMAN RESOURCES [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 120740Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Management Strategy, Policy and Compliance Office of Human ResourcesDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 8/2/2019Deadline : 1/28/2020
INTERN - LEGAL AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 120840Job Network : LegalJob Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : International Residual Mechanism for Criminal TribunalsDuty Station : THE HAGUEStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/29/2019Deadline : 7/27/2020
INTERN - ENVIRONMENT AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 120443Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Environment ProgrammeDuty Station : PANAMA CITYStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/24/2019Deadline : 7/22/2020
INTERN - Public Institutions and Digital Government [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 120041Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Economic and Social AffairsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/18/2019Deadline : 2/28/2020
INTERN - STATISTICS (CRVS) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 120164Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : BANGKOKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/18/2019Deadline : 1/31/2020
INTERN - STATISTICS (Statistical Data Management Unit) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 120166Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : BANGKOKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/18/2019Deadline : 1/31/2020
INTERN - STATISTICS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 120173Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificDuty Station : BANGKOKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/18/2019Deadline : 1/31/2020
INTERN - ENVIRONMENT AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 120223Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Environment ProgrammeDuty Station : KINGSTONStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/17/2019Deadline : 7/15/2020
INTERN - TRAINING SUPPORT, COMMUNICATION AND DESIGN (multiple) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 118531Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Safety and SecurityDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/11/2019Deadline : 6/25/2020
INTERN - ENVIRONMENT AFFAIRS (Climate Change) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 119257Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Environment ProgrammeDuty Station : PANAMA CITYStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/8/2019Deadline : 7/6/2020
Intern - Administration [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 118789Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office of the Special Advisor to the Secretary-General on the Preparations for the Commemoration of the United Nations 75th AnniversaryDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 7/2/2019Deadline : 6/29/2020
INTERN - Business Intelligence and Data Analytics [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 119220Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Environment ProgrammeDuty Station : NAIROBIStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 6/27/2019Deadline : 6/25/2020
INTERN - PUBLIC INFORMATION [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 118701Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : International Residual Mechanism for Criminal TribunalsDuty Station : THE HAGUEStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 6/21/2019Deadline : 6/20/2020
INTERN - PUBLIC INFORMATION - Media Communications and/or Digital [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 117424Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : International Seabed AuthorityDuty Station : KINGSTONStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 6/13/2019Deadline : 1/22/2020
INTERN - ENVIRONMENT AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 117718Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Environment ProgrammeDuty Station : PANAMA CITYStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 6/11/2019Deadline : 6/9/2020
INTERN - ECONOMIC AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 117976Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Economic and Social AffairsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 6/4/2019Deadline : 6/3/2020
External Relations, INTERN [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 117024Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : International Residual Mechanism for Criminal TribunalsDuty Station : ARUSHAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/22/2019Deadline : 5/20/2020
INTERN - ECONOMIC AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 117458Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Economic and Social AffairsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/22/2019Deadline : 5/22/2020
INTERN - ECONOMIC AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 116943Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Economic and Social AffairsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/14/2019Deadline : 5/14/2020
INTERN - PUBLIC INFORMATION [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 116680Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Economic and Social AffairsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/13/2019Deadline : 5/13/2020
Intern - Coordination, planning, analytics and policy analysis - Executive Office of the Secretary-General [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 116318Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Executive Office of the Secretary-GeneralDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 5/2/2019Deadline : 6/30/2020
Internship-Public Information (Regional) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 108611Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : BANGKOKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 4/26/2019Deadline : 3/31/2020
INTERN - ECONOMIC AFFAIRS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 115071Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic Commission for AfricaDuty Station : NIAMEYStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 4/22/2019Deadline : 4/20/2020
Internship-Human Rights [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 113316Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 4/4/2019Deadline : 3/31/2020
Internship-Human Rights (Development and Economic, Social Issues) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 108873Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 4/2/2019Deadline : 3/29/2020
INTERN - SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT, URBANIZATION [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 113929Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic Commission for AfricaDuty Station : ADDIS ABABAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 3/29/2019Deadline : 3/9/2020
INTERN - ADMINISTRATION [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 113277Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Operational SupportDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 3/22/2019Deadline : 3/19/2020
INTERN - COMMUNICATIONS [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 114016Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Environment ProgrammeDuty Station : MONTEVIDEOStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 3/20/2019Deadline : 3/18/2020
INTERN - PUBLIC INFORMATION [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 110466Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Office for Disaster Risk ReductionDuty Station : MULTIPLE DUTY STATIONSStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 3/1/2019Deadline : 2/27/2020
Internship-Human Rights [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 112833Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : NOUAKCHOTTStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 3/1/2019Deadline : 2/26/2020
INTERN - HUMAN RESOURCES - Internship Coordinator [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 112556Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : International Residual Mechanism for Criminal TribunalsDuty Station : THE HAGUEStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 2/25/2019Deadline : 2/24/2020
INTERN - INFORMATION SYSTEMS & COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 112176Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Chief Executives BoardDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 2/22/2019Deadline : 2/21/2020
INTERN - MINE ACTION [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 112058Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Office at GenevaDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 2/19/2019Deadline : 2/18/2020
INTERN - Architect/ Design/ Art History [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 111925Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Operational SupportDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 2/15/2019Deadline : 2/14/2020
INTERN - PROGRAMME MANAGEMENT [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 110262Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : United Nations Office for Disaster Risk ReductionDuty Station : MULTIPLE DUTY STATIONSStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 2/14/2019Deadline : 2/12/2020
Intern - Statistics and Data Science [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 111564Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Economic and Social Commission for Western AsiaDuty Station : BEIRUTStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 2/12/2019Deadline : 1/30/2020
INTERN - Operational Support (multiple positions) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 108783Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Operational SupportDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 2/11/2019Deadline : 2/10/2020
INTERN - UN ACADEMIC IMPACT [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 111289Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Department of Global CommunicationsDuty Station : NEW YORKStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 2/7/2019Deadline : 5/31/2020
Internship-Programme Management (Regional) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 111298Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : ADDIS ABABAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 2/7/2019Deadline : 1/31/2020
Internship-Human Rights (Rule of Law, Non-Discrimination and Equality) [Temporary]
Level : I-1Job ID : 108874Job Network : Job Family : InternshipDepartment/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human RightsDuty Station : GENEVAStaffing Exercise : N/APosted Date : 2/5/2019Deadline : 1/31/2020
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United States of America: USPSC Award Process and Management Specialist
Organization: US Agency for International Development Country: United States of America Closing date: 20 Jan 2021 SOLICITATION NUMBER: 720FDA20B00017 ISSUANCE DATE: January 17, 2020 CLOSING DATE AND TIME: January 20, 2021, 12:00 P.M. Eastern Time SUBJECT: Solicitation for U.S. Personal Service Contractor (USPSC) Dear Prospective Offerors: The United States Government (USG), represented by the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) Office of U.S. Foreign Disaster Assistance (OFDA), is seeking offers from qualified U.S. citizens to provide personal services as an Award Process and Management Specialist under a United States Personal Services Contract (USPSC), as described in the solicitation. Submittals must be in accordance with the attached information at the place and time specified. Offerors interested in applying for this position MUST submit the following materials: 1. Complete resume. In order to fully evaluate your offer, your resume must include: (a) Paid and non-paid experience, job title, location(s), dates held (month/year), and hours worked per week for each position. Any experience that does not include dates (month/year), locations, and hours per week will not be counted towards meeting the solicitation requirements. (b) Specific duties performed that fully detail the level and complexity of the work. (c) Education and any other qualifications including job-related training courses, job-related skills, or job-related honors, awards or accomplishments. (d) U.S. Citizenship (e) Optional: How did you hear about this opportunity? (beta.SAM.gov, OFDA Jobs, Career Fair, etc.). Your resume must contain sufficient information to make a valid determination that you fully meet the experience requirements as stated in this solicitation for each grade level(s) for which you are applying. This information must be clearly identified in your resume. Failure to provide information sufficient to determine your qualifications for the position will result in loss of full consideration. 2. USPSC Offeror form AID 309-2. Offerors are required to complete sections A through I. This form must be physically signed. Electronic signatures will not be accepted. AID 309-2 is available at http://www.usaid.gov/forms. NOTE REGARDING DATA UNIVERSAL NUMBERING SYSTEM (DUNS) NUMBERS AND THE SYSTEM FOR AWARD MANAGEMENT All USPSCs with a place of performance in the United States are required to have a Data Universal Numbering System (DUNS) number and be registered in the System for Award Management (SAM) database prior to receiving an award. You will be disqualified if you either fail to comply with this requirement or if your name appears on the excluded parties list. The selectee will be provided with guidance regarding this registration. NOTE: As of March 28, 2018, all new SAM.gov entity registrations will now require a signed notarized letter identifying the authorized Entity administrator for the entity associated with the DUNS number. Additional information on the format of the notarized letter and where to submit can be found via the below Federal Service Desk link: https://www.fsd.gov/fsd-gov/answer.do?sysparm_kbid=d2e67885db0d5f00b3257d321f96194b& sysparm_search=kb0013183 Offerors can expect to receive a confirmation email when offer materials have been received. Offerors should retain for their records copies of all enclosures which accompany their offers. Your complete resume must be emailed to: OFDA Recruitment Team E-Mail Address: recruiter@ofda.gov Website: www.OFDAjobs.net Any questions on this solicitation may be directed to OFDA Recruitment Team via the information provided above. Sincerely, Renee Newton Contracting Officer DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES At the GS-11 equivalent: Acquisition & Assistance Policy and Guidance: Maintain familiarity and working knowledge of Federal and USAID award making and management regulations and policies including but not limited to the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), Office of Management and Budget (OMB) Circulars, the Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR), Agency for International Development Acquisition Regulations (AIDAR), USAID Automated Directive Series (ADS). Monitor, track, and communicate USG and agency policy trends and changes. Support Senior Award Process and Management Advisor in the research of current acquisition and assistance statutes, regulations, policies, or procedures. Provide research and information to the Senior Award Process and Management Advisor and AARM leadership for consideration in the development, improvement, and strengthening of internal office award making and management policies, procedures, and systems. Portfolio Management: Track the receipt and response to OFDA staff and partner inquiries on program topics, issues, and questions relating to acquisition and assistance policies and procedures. As requested and under the Senior Award Process and Management Advisor’s guidance, draft recommended responses to OFDA staff and partner inquiries. Support the training of OFDA and partner staff in Washington, D.C. and the field on acquisition and assistance topics including assisting in the development, updating, and presentation of training materials related to award making and management. Provide copy editing support to Senior Award Process and Management Advisor during the drafting, revising, and updating of written technical guidance on award making and management policies and procedures including but not limited to: memos, waivers and templates, OFDA Guidelines for Proposals, Guidance Flashes, and the Program Toolkit. Agency and USG Liaison and Representation: Support Senior Award Process and Management Advisor and/or AARM senior leadership on queries and data calls related to acquisition and assistance policy and guidance from humanitarian community partners, the Office of Acquisition and Assistance (OAA), USAID’s Officer of the General Counsel (GC), Congress or senior USAID staff to ensure a timely and appropriate response. Support outreach efforts such as brown bags and meetings to facilitate information flow on OFDA’s acquisition and assistance business processes. Draft for Senior Award Process and Management Advisor and/or AARM senior leadership review written and oral responses to requests for information on OFDA’s activities including briefing papers, memorandum talking points, formal presentations, and informal briefings. Represent and participate in intra-office, bureau, and partner-wide meetings as requested. General Duties: Work in rapidly changing, high-pressure situations that often exceed normal business hours. Attend regular AARM team meetings and program team meetings. Sign-up for and serve as needed, on Washington-based RMTs, which provide services and support to DARTs deployed in response to disasters. The duties on RMTs will vary. Serve as the OFDA after-hours duty officer on a rotational basis, for approximately one week every six months. As needed, serve on DARTs which may require immediate (within 24 hours) deployment overseas for an extended period of time. As needed, may serve on temporary detail within the office not to exceed six months. Duties performed while on detail will be aligned with the Team’s existing duties and responsibilities as well as directly related to the scope of work provided. At the GS-12 *equivalent:*** The USPSC will perform these duties and responsibilities with limited guidance from and limited supervision of the AARM Team Lead or his/her designee for the assigned area of responsibility. Additionally, working under the guidance of the Senior Award Process and Management Advisor, he/she will take on an increased level of responsibility for management and coordination of award making and management activities and planning in his/her area of responsibility. He/she will also take on increased level of responsibility for contributing to policy and regulations interpretations and recommendations as well as representing the office and its interests to other parties. At this grade level, he/she will: Acquisition & Assistance Policy and Guidance: Develop a strong understanding of federal and USAID award making and management regulations and policies including but not limited to the CFR, OMB Circulars, the FAR, AIDAR, ADS. Serve as a resource for OFDA staff and partners on standard OFDA acquisition and assistance procedures and policies. Research, review, and provide interpretations on standard, current acquisition and assistance statues, regulations, policies, or procedures. Provide recommendations to the Senior Award Process and Management Advisor and AARM leadership for consideration in the development, improvement, and strengthening of internal office award making and management policies, procedures, and systems. Portfolio Management: Respond to OFDA staff and partner inquiries on common program topics, issues, and questions relating to acquisition and assistance policies and procedures. Train OFDA and partner staff in Washington, D.C. and the field on standard acquisition and assistance topics including assisting in the development, updating, and presentation of training materials related to award making and management. Collaborate with other OFDA teams and staff to analyze and provide guidance and recommendations on standard award making and management topics. Draft, revise, update, and maintain written technical guidance on standard award making and management policies and procedures including but not limited to: memos, waivers and templates, *OFDA Guidelines for Propo*sals, Guidance Flashes, and the Program Toolkit. Agency and USG Liaison and Representation: Interface with Senior Award Process and Management Advisor and/or AARM senior leadership oversight, respond on queries and data calls related to acquisition and assistance policy and guidance from humanitarian community partners, OAA, GC, Congress or senior USAID staff to ensure a timely and appropriate response. Draft for Senior Award Process and Management Advisor and/or AARM senior leadership review written and oral responses to requests for information on OFDA’s activities including briefing papers, memorandum talking points, formal presentations, and informal briefings. Represent and participate in interagency, intra-agency, and/or partner-wide meetings as requested. General Duties: Work in rapidly changing, high-pressure situations that often exceed normal business hours. Attend regular AARM team meetings and program team meetings. Sign-up for and serve as needed, on Washington-based RMTs, which provide services and support to DARTs deployed in response to disasters. The duties on RMTs will vary. Serve as the OFDA after-hours duty officer on a rotational basis, for approximately one week every six months. As needed, serve on DARTs which may require immediate (within 24 hours) deployment overseas for an extended period of time. As needed, may serve on temporary detail within the office not to exceed six months. Duties performed while on detail will be aligned with the Team’s existing duties and responsibilities as well as directly related to the scope of work provided.** EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE REQUIRED FOR THIS POSITION (Determines basic eligibility for the position. Offerors who do not meet all of the education and experience factors are considered NOT qualified for the position.) For the GS-11 equivalent level: Bachelor’s degree with significant study in or pertinent to the specialized field (including, but not limited to, international relations, business, project management, acquisition, assistance, and management), plus three (3) years of progressively responsible experience managing USG awards including grants and/or contracts, which must include at least two (2) years of working in international development, emergency relief program operations, or post-emergency rehabilitation or reconstruction aid. OR Master’s degree with significant study in or pertinent to the specialized field (including, but not limited to, international relations, business, project management, acquisition, assistance, and management) plus two (2) years of progressively responsible experience managing USG awards including grants and/or contracts, which must include at least one (1) year of working in international development, emergency relief program operations, or post-emergency rehabilitation or reconstruction aid. For the GS-12 equivalent level: Bachelor’s degree with significant study in or pertinent to the specialized field (including, but not limited to, international relations, business, project management, acquisition, assistance, and management) plus five (5) years of progressively responsible experience managing USG grants and/or contracts, which must include at least two (2) years of working in international development, emergency relief program operations, or post-emergency rehabilitation or reconstruction aid. OR Master’s degree with significant study in or pertinent to the specialized field (including, but not limited to, international relations, business, project management, acquisition, assistance, and management) plus four (4) years of progressively responsible experience managing USG grants and/or contracts, which must include at least one (1) year of working in international development, emergency relief program operations, or post-emergency rehabilitation or reconstruction aid. SELECTION FACTORS (Determines basic eligibility for the position. Offerors who do not meet all of the selection factors are considered NOT qualified for the position.) · Offeror is a U.S. Citizen. · Complete resume submitted. See cover page for resume requirements. Experience that cannot be quantified will not be counted towards meeting the solicitation requirements. · USPSC Offeror form AID 309-2. Offerors are required to complete sections A through I. This form must be physically signed. Electronic signatures will not be accepted. · Ability to obtain and maintain a Secret up to Top Secret/Sensitive Compartmented Information level clearance as provided by USAID. · Ability to obtain a Department of State medical clearance. · Must not appear as an excluded party in the System for Award Management (SAM.gov). · Satisfactory verification of academic credentials. BASIS OF RATING: Offerors who meet the Education/Experience requirements and Selection Factors will be further evaluated in accordance with the Offeror Rating System. Those offerors determined to be competitively ranked may also be evaluated on interview performance and satisfactory professional reference checks. Offerors are required to address each factor of the Offeror Rating System in their resume, describing specifically and accurately what experience, training, education and/or awards they have received as it pertains to each factor. Be sure to include your name and the announcement number at the top of each additional page. Failure to address the selection factors and/or Offeror Rating System factors may result in not receiving credit for all pertinent experience, education, training and/or awards. The most qualified offerors may be interviewed and required to provide a writing sample. OFDA will not pay for any expenses associated with the interviews. Professional references and academic credentials will be evaluated for offerors being considered for selection. Note: Please be advised that references may be obtained independently from other sources in addition to the ones provided by an offeror. OFDA reserves the right to select additional offerors if vacancies become available during future phase of the selection process. How to apply:Via email: recruiter@ofda.gov
Ireland: Director of Investigations
Organization: GOAL Country: Ireland Closing date: 02 Feb 2020 Job Title: Director of Investigations Unit Country and Location Ireland, Dublin Reports to: CEO General Description of the Programme/GOAL Established in 1977, GOAL is an international humanitarian agency, with a team of 2,400 personnel, dedicated to alleviating the needs of the most vulnerable communities. Currently operating in 13 of the world’s most vulnerable countries, GOAL delivers a wide range of humanitarian and development programmes, ranging from humanitarian relief in disaster situations, to focusing on nutrition, food security, and building greater resilience and sustainable livelihoods. GOAL is supported by a range of donors including the Governments of Ireland, UK, USA, the European Union, individuals, trusts and foundations. GOAL values the power of partnership and works with local and international partners to achieve its mission. Job Purpose To ensure GOAL’s adherence and commitment to its Accountability and Integrity Framework. Leading GOAL’s Investigations Unit, the mission is to ensure an optimal timely and transparent response to all complaints and queries receive through GOALs multi-channel Speak Up and complaints response mechanisms. The job also involves championing organisational learning and adaptation of systems and process. Duties and responsibilities · To lead and advise on all investigations and issues reported to the unit. · Ensure that the CEO and Audit and Risk Advisory Board are informed in a timely manner of issues that are not aligned with GOAL’s practices and policies and risks to be addressed. · Proactively engage with the HQ GOAL Senior Management Team on risk mitigation and on matters of significant concern affecting the organisation (primarily, but not limited to the areas of fraud, aid diversion or other wrongdoings), and advise on mitigation and strengthening measures in addressing such matters or devising new/ alternative strategies. · Proactively engage with the GOAL Senior in-country Management teams in developing localised strategies for identifying and appropriately responding to matters, (including but not limited to complaints, fraud, wrongdoings, etc) that have potential to negatively impact on the efficient and effective administration of the country programmes. · Provide guidance and support to HQ and Country Senior Management teams in further developing the culture of accountability and communicating with all teams. Work with the HQ SMT to ensure the adoption of global best practices on the development and roll out training on fraud awareness, prevention and investigation in the organisation and on the of relevant policies (including but not limited to Counter Fraud, Bribery, Corruption, Whistleblowing, safeguarding, and Conflict of Interest). · Represent GOAL at global networking meetings. · Provide regular updates to the CEO and attend weekly and monthly meetings with the HQ SMT team. · Engage regularly with GOAL’s Safeguarding Advisor and direct and monitor any concerns or complaints raised of a safeguarding nature. Engage with relevant Law Enforcement authorities when necessary. Liaise with and provide assurances to Donors on the practices and management measures within GOAL to mitigate/address any wrongdoing in the organisation. · Analyse data and reports and advise the SMT and Risk Board generally on trends and recommend new/modified policies, practices or trainings needed to prevent, detect and investigate wrongdoing internally and with partner organisations. · To conduct any other assessments, projects or scope of work, as directed by the CEO. Essential Requirements · Degree in Law, Criminology, Public Administration, or related subject bearing on the conduct of investigations · Experience in the investigation of terrorist financing and in the undertaking of enhanced due diligence checks of individuals and organisations so as to comply with counter-terrorism requirements · Minimum 10 years of progressively responsible experience in the field of investigations, at least of 5 of which should have been gained at management level within EU law enforcement agency or EU national police force · Experience dealing with media · Proven experience in the field of investigating financial fraud (including fraud involving implementing NGO partners), sexual exploitation and abuse (SEA), sexual harassment and abuse (SHA) · Proven track record conducting complex investigations in an international setting; · Excellent knowledge in using modern forensic tools · Proven ability to work under pressure, produce rapid results and exercise tact, discretion and sensitivity in communications and interaction with staff at all levels and from all cultural backgrounds · Demonstrated managerial skills · Proven ability in analytical and creative thinking and in devising rapid solutions to problems of management and policy development · Strong communication and interpersonal skills · Ability to communicate clearly and effectively, both orally and in writing, including the preparation of monthly reports for multiple audiences · Demonstrated high ethical and professional standards · Demonstrated team skills · Excellent spoken and written English (CEFR C2) Highly Desirable · Field experience with an international humanitarian organisation or UN agency · Additional languages such as French, Spanish or Arabic · Knowledge of and genuine interest in the international humanitarian sector General Terms and Conditions Safeguarding Children and vulnerable adults who come into contact with GOAL as a result of our work, partners and staff must be safeguarded to the maximum possible extent from deliberate or inadvertent actions or failings that place them at risk of abuse, sexual exploitation, injury and any other harm. One of the ways that GOAL shows this on-going commitment to safeguarding is to include rigorous background and reference checks in the selection process for all candidates. Accountability within GOAL Alongside our safeguarding policy, GOAL is an equal opportunities employer and has a set of integrity policies. Any candidate offered a job with GOAL will be expected to adhere to the following key areas of accountability: · Comply with GOAL’s policies and procedures with respect to safeguarding, code of conduct, health and safety, confidentiality, do no harm principles and unacceptable behaviour protocols. · Report any concerns about the welfare of a child or vulnerable adult or any wrongdoings within our programming area. · Report any concerns about inappropriate behaviour of a GOAL staff or partner. This Job Description only serves as a guide for the position available. GOAL reserves the right to change this document. How to apply:https://www.goalglobal.org/careers/?vacancy=2045272 To make an application please visit our careers site at link above
France: Chargé de projet programmes transversaux et financements thématiques (H/F) - Paris
Organization: Médecins du Monde Country: France Closing date: 16 Apr 2020 Vous souhaitez évoluer sur un métier qui a du sens et intégrer une association militante ? Rejoignez-nous ! Lorsque l'on travaille chez Médecins du monde, on sait pourquoi l’on se lève le matin : de belles causes à défendre, un environnement professionnel convivial, un équilibre vie pro/vie perso et aussi de belles perspectives d'évolution ! La grande variété de nos projets ouvre de nombreuses opportunités de mobilité interne avec un accès à des formations individuelles et collectives, pour accompagner le parcours professionnel de chacun. Vous nous connaissez sans nous connaître : Médecins du Monde c’est une association médicale militante de solidarité internationale présente dans plus de 35 pays et 14 régions en France. Nous nous engageons depuis 40 ans à soigner les populations les plus vulnérables et à témoigner des entraves constatées quant à l’accès aux soins. Vous n’êtes pas médecin ? Pas de panique, 75% des collaborateurs occupent des postes non médicaux. Nous comptons presque 500 salariés de droit français mais aussi 1600 salariés sur le terrain à l’international et plus de 2000 bénévoles en France. L’engagement citoyen et le bénévolat sont au cœur de notre modèle associatif. Chez Médecins du Monde, bénévoles et salariés ont un engagement commun : la solidarité. Nous vous proposons d’incarner cette valeur en travaillant à nos côtés ! MdM est engagée dans le cadre d’une convention de partenariat pluriannuel (CPP) avec l’Agence française de développement (AFD) depuis 2018 pour une durée de 4 ans. Ce programme s’inscrit dans la continuité des programmes transversaux menés avec le soutien de l’AFD depuis 2010 sur la Santé Sexuelle et Reproductive (SSR) et la Réduction des Risques (RdR). Cette CPP a pour objectif majeur de renforcer ces thématiques au sein de MdM, par le développement d’approches transversales et la montée en puissance du plaidoyer. Deux secteurs d'intervention ont été identifiés autour de deux grandes thématiques prioritaires de Médecins du Monde : la Réduction des Risques (RdR) et la Santé Sexuelle Reproductive (SSR). Le volet réduction des risques se divise en deux axes : usage de drogues (UD) et travail du sexe (TS). La thématique de la santé sexuelle reproductive fera, elle, un focus sur le cancer du col de l'utérus. DESCRIPTION DU POSTE : Dans le cadre de son plan stratégique, Médecins du Monde a défini cinq priorités d’action et combats politiques dont l’accès aux droits et aux soins en situation de crises et conflits. Au sein de la Direction Santé et Plaidoyer (DSP), sous la supervision de la responsable du pôle expertises thématiques et plaidoyer, vous aurez pour mission d’animer le pilotage de cette convention de partenariat pluriannuel, en particulier la coordination des activités transversales et de contribuer à développer et animer un dialogue stratégique et thématique avec des bailleurs privés et publics sur certains des combats prioritaires de l’association en lien avec les équipes opérationnelles, le département des financements publics et institutionnels, le service des financements privés et les personnes ressources au sein du réseau international de Médecins du Monde. Plus précisément, vos principales responsabilités sont: Pilotage des trois axes transversaux de la convention de partenariat pluriannuel Assurer une vision d’ensemble et contribuer au pilotage global de la CPP Assurer le suivi et le monitoring des activités et indicateurs des axes transversaux Rédiger les programmes d’activités, mémos, trames des rapports et rapports d’activités Diffuser et communiquer en interne et externe les avancées des axes transversaux Assurer le suivi budgétaire des axes transversaux en lien avec les personnes en charge du contrôle de gestion financière Participer à la rédaction des futures propositions de CPP Participer aux comités de pilotage internes et externes Organiser les comités opérationnels semestriels pour le suivi avec les équipes opérationnelles Participer de manière ponctuelle aux réunions avec l'AFD Assurer une transversalité et promotion des échanges entre les trois thématiques Animation de la mise en œuvre des activités transversales Assurer un rôle de coordination dans la construction et le suivi du cadre logique Coordonner les différentes parties prenantes à la mise en œuvre des axes transversaux des trois thématiques Appuyer la coordination de la participation de MdM aux conférences internationales liées aux thématiques de la CPP Animer et renforcer la communication interne autour de la CPP et en valoriser ses avancées Être en appui aux référent.e.s thématiques et plaidoyer, contribuer à la définition et au développement d’activités de communication et à la réalisation d’outils de communication Contribuer à la valorisation et au portage politique des trois thématiques au sein de l’association Renforcer les échanges inter-projets au sein des différentes thématiques (organisation de colloques, ateliers, visites d’échanges, etc.) Pilotage de dossiers spécifiques Piloter le groupe de travail sur l’état des lieux e-santé en SSR Piloter le groupe de travail sur les travailleur.se.s pair.e.s en RdR Pilotage du rapport final de la convention-programme sur les grossesses non désirées Coordonner la réalisation de la partie technique du rapport final d’ici fin mars 2020 en lien avec les équipes projet et les référent.e.s concerné.e.s. Appuyer les chargé.es de gestion financière sur la partie financière du rapport final Coordination des apports de la Direction Santé & Plaidoyer à la recherche de financements sur certaines thématiques prioritaires Accompagner l’identification d’opportunités de financements pour certaines thématiques prioritaires de MdM, avec une priorité donnée aux droits et à la santé sexuels et reproductifs et à la réduction des risques, sur une approche de financement multi-pays et de projets transversaux Appuyer l’analyse des cadres stratégiques et politiques des bailleurs particulièrement mobilisés sur nos thématiques d’action et de plaidoyer Contribuer à l’évolution des narratifs thématiques en lien avec nos positionnements thématiques, notre analyse des enjeux et les projets mis en œuvre sur le terrain Accompagner l’élaboration de théories du changement sur ces thématiques Développer une stratégie de communication d’expert à l’attention des bailleurs (notamment privés) Piloter la réponse thématique au nom de la DSP (avec les référents techniques et les référents plaidoyers concernés) aux opportunités de financements sur des «large grants » en lien avec les priorités thématiques de MdM CONDITIONS D'EMPLOI : Statut : Salarié Contrat: Contrat à durée déterminée Durée : 12 mois Temps complet Poste à pourvoir début Mars 2020 Salaire brut mensuel de 2548 euros Équivalent 13ème mois versé en 2 fois – à partir de 6 mois d’ancienneté de travail effectif Mutuelle (participation à 60% de MdM et 40% du salarié) 22.5 RTT / an 5 semaines de congés payés / an Tickets restaurant d’une valeur de 8,50 euros (participation à hauteur de 60% de MdM) Remboursement titre de transport en commun à 50% Accord de télétravail ponctuel à raison de 40 jours par an et à partir de 6 mois d’ancienneté Communication orale en vis-à-vis ou par téléphone Travail sur écran / en open-space Posture assise Médecins du Monde favorise la formation et la mobilité interne de ses acteurs PROFIL RECHERCHE : Expérience en gestion de projet Expérience en gestion de dossiers et relation bailleurs (publics/privés) Une expérience spécifique en gestion de financements AFD serait un plus. Connaissances et compétences en outils de communication (logiciels graphisme et mise en page, réseaux sociaux…) Capacité à mobiliser et à travailler en équipe Maîtrise des outils bureautiques (Pack office) Langues : Maîtrise du français et de l'anglais à l'écrit comme à l'oral obligatoire Capacité à utiliser les outils de planification de projet, à planifier et quantifier des activités Capacité à organiser et suivre des partenariats Capacité à s’exprimer en public et à transmettre les valeurs et positionnements MdM Connaissance de la gestion et du suivi budgétaire Capacité à utiliser les outils financiers et logistiques Capacité à rédiger des notes de synthèses, rapports et documents bailleurs Capacité à coordonner les contributions de différentes personnes sur un même projet/document Engagé, vous adhérez aux valeurs de MdM et êtes motivé par son modèle associatif. AUCUNE CANDIDATURE NE SERA TRAITÉE PAR TÉLÉPHONE Médecins du Monde se réserve le droit de clôturer le recrutement avant la date limite de dépôt des candidatures. MdM s’engage pour l’insertion des personnes en situation de handicap et lutte contre toutes les discriminations. How to apply:Pour postuler, cliquer sur le lien suivant : http://www.jobs.net/j/JxQuEpOl?idpartenaire=128
Central African Republic: ASSISTANT PROGRAMME MANAGER (APM)-NATIONAL SEULEMENT-DÉLOCALISÉ
Organization: Mercy Corps Country: Central African Republic Closing date: 31 Jan 2020 I- DESCRIPTION DE L’ORGANISATION : Mercy Corps est une organisation internationale de premier plan animée par la conviction qu'il est possible de bâtir un monde meilleur. Pour faire face aux catastrophes et aux difficultés, nous avons établi des partenariats dans plus de 44 pays afin de mettre en œuvre des solutions audacieuses et aider les populations à surmonter l'adversité et construire de l’intérieur des communautés plus fortes, pour aujourd'hui et pour demain. II- SOMMAIRE DU PROGRAMME : Mercy Corps travaille dans des lieux de transition, où les conflits, les catastrophes, les bouleversements politiques ou les effondrements économiques offrent des possibilités de bâtir des communautés plus sûres, productives et plus justes. En apportant des secours d'urgence en temps de crise, nous agissons rapidement pour aider les communautés à se relever, à renforcer leur résilience face aux chocs futurs et à promouvoir un changement durable en soutenant les initiatives menées par les communautés et le marché. Conscients du grand potentiel et des défis complexes auxquels sont confrontées la RCA et la région Afrique, Mercy Corps a mis en œuvre une série de programmes d’aide humanitaire et de développement adaptés aux besoins spécifiques de la région et des communautés dans lesquelles nous travaillons. Mercy Corps trouvera un coordonnateur Consortium pour diriger la mise en œuvre du programme quadriennal « Formation et emploi des jeunes en République centrafricaine » finance par l’AFD. Le programme proposé travaillera avec les services compétents pour renforcer la qualité de l’offre de formation professionnelle, l’insertion des jeunes (filles et garçons) et le renforcement de la coordination et de la gouvernance des centres de formation dans Bangui et ses périphéries et le Sud-Ouest du pays (Lobaye, Mambéré-Kadéi, Sangha Mbaéré, Nana-Mambéré). III- RÉSUMÉ GÉNÉRAL DU POSTE: Le rôle de L’Assistant au Chef de projet consiste principalement à assurer le bon déroulement des activités sur le terrain et l’acceptation du projet MAIGO Ti A MASSEKA en assurant une communication efficace auprès de toutes les parties prenantes. Ses activités principales seront effectuées à travers une présence effective sur le terrain et un encadrement consciencieux de l’équipe des officiers et des agents terrain. En raison de la nature particulière du poste la liste des responsabilités de l’Adjoint Chef de Projet, ci-dessous n’est pas exhaustive. Ainsi, l’employé peut être amené à effectuer d’autres tâches non mentionnées dans ses termes de référence, pourvu que celles-ci ne le détournent pas du descriptif de poste. IV- FONCTIONS ESSENTIELLES DU POSTE: Assister le Programme manager dans la recherche de possibilités d’action novatrice et dans la création d’un environnement qui valorise les points de vue différents. Assister le programme manager dans la définition et l’organisation hiérarchique des actions et les ressources pour atteindre les objectifs et contribuer au développement de la stratégie à l'échelle du pays. Assister le Programme manager dans le développement et organisation des activités pour sécuriser les ressources du programme et convaincre les parties prenantes de fournir l’assistance nécessaire aux participants du projet pour l’atteinte des objectifs. Gestion du cycle de programme Participer à la planification des différentes étapes de la mise en œuvre du programme Coordonner avec les officier le processus de sélection et d’identification des Centres de formation et ateliers d’apprentissage et autres participants dans le respect des critères établis ; Coordonner avec les officiers, les autorités locales et les partenaires techniques l’identification et l’évaluation des travaux ou équipements nécessaires au renforcement de la qualité des offres de services des CF et AA ; Coordonner la micro planification des activités avec les officiers et les agents de terrain en veillant sur la participation des partenaires clés de mise en œuvre du projet ; Organiser la suivi et la supervision des travaux avec les officiers et les partenaires techniques nécessaires (élaboration des TDR, planning, Budget) ; Préparer les missions d’évaluation de la mise en œuvre avec l’équipe de suivi et évaluation, les officiers et les Agents de terrain et les partenaires de mise en œuvre du projet ; Suivre le planning des rapports des Officiers, des agents terrain et les prestataires engages dans la mise en œuvre du projet. Compiler les rapports narratifs et contribuer à l’élaboration des rapports périodiques et contractuels avec les partenaires Assister le Programme manager dans l’administration du projet et veiller au respect des procédures internes ; 2- Garantir le cadre technique du programme Veiller au respect des orientations techniques retenues dans la mise en œuvre des activités du programme Participer à la Collecte et à l’analyse des opportunités et des risques dans la mise en œuvre des activités et des stratégies du projet Participer à l’identification des partenaires techniques et proposer des modalités de contractualisation et/ou de partenariat Participer à la définition et à la révision des stratégies retenues dans le cadre de projet et veiller à leur application sur le terrain ; Rapporter et communiquer toute initiative pouvant constituer une opportunité aux développement des structures partenaires ; 3- Gestion de l’équipe du programme Organiser des missions de supervision aux officiers et aux agents terrain dans la réalisation de leurs activités. Organiser et animer des réunions de recadrage avec les officiers et les agents de terrain afin de s’assurer de l’appropriation des stratégies par ces derniers. Préparer et suivre les plans de travail des membres de l’équipe sous sa responsabilité Garantir la cohésion de l’équipe programme (résoudre les conflits potentiels) Procéder à l’évaluation périodique des membres de son équipe et les transmettre au Program Manager pour appréciation et validation Assurer la formation continue des officiers et des agents de terrain du projet 4- Contribuer à la capitalisation de l’expérience Participer à l’évaluation des besoins en information et à l’élaboration de la stratégies suivi et évaluation du projet. Coordonner avec les officiers et les Agents techniques et le data base officer, la collecte de données nécessaires à la capitalisation des expériences dans la mise en œuvre du projet Veiller à la qualité et à l’exhaustivité des donnes collectes par les agents ou des prestataires engages par le projet à cet effet ; 5- Reporting Rédiger, en collaboration avec le Program Manager, le planning des activités Participer au traitement des informations issues des enquêtes et d’évaluation socio-économique organiser par le M&E; ; Assister le manager dans la rédaction des rapports de progrès du projet. Transmettre de façon régulière les informations terrain au Program Manager. 6- Autres tâches Rester toujours informé des mouvements ou des activités dans la zone de travail qui pourraient entraîner la dégradation de la situation sécuritaire ; Faire remonter toute situation pouvant avoir une conséquence sur la sécurité Développer et capitaliser les analyses qualitatives via l’environnement socio-économique des zones ‘d’interventions afin d’optimiser la qualité des activités. Proposer de nouvelles idées afin de développer l’activité et l’amélioration de la réalisation du programme V- RESPONSABILITÉ DE SUPERVISION: Supervise les activités des officiers et des agents terrain dans la mise en œuvre des activités du programme Rend compte directement : au Manager de Projet Travaille directement avec: les Officiers terrain ; les Agents de Terrain (conseillers micro finance), le data base officier et le M&E.; VI- CONNAISSANCES ET EXPÉRIENCES: Etre titulaire au minimum d’un diplôme de master (Formation Bac+ 5) en Agronomie, développement rural, Sciences Sociales ; Atteste d’une expérience d’au moins 3 ans dans la Gestion de projets, Maîtriser les outils / principes des approches participatives et communautaires Bonne capacité organisationnelle, une autonomie d’action et sens des responsabilités Forte capacité de communication et de coordination des activités multisectorielles ; Maîtrise de l’outil bureautique, des outils pédagogiques numériques. Dispose d’une bonne expérience en management d’équipes Compétences rédactionnelles en français Capacité d’écoute et de prise de décision Bonnes habiletés interpersonnelles et interculturelles avec les partenaires et les Bénéficiaires VII- FACTEURS DE SUCCÈS : Se comporter de manière professionnelle et respecter les lois, les coutumes ainsi que les politiques, procédures et valeurs de MC, à tout moment et dans tous les lieux de résidence. Flexible et disponible devant un environnement changeant Méthodique et rigoureux dans le respect des principes et politiques de l’organisation et dans la mise en œuvre des stratégies du projet. Sens de l’organisation de son travail – la qualité de son archivage constituera la preuve Capacité de travailler sur plusieurs dossiers simultanément – le sérieux dans la planification de ses activités sera la preuve Ouverture d’esprit, capacité d’adaptation : s’intéresser à l’ensemble des métiers présents au sein du projet Esprit d’initiative empreint d’une certaine créativité, pour lancer de nouvelles actions de formation et de sensibilisation qui répondront mieux aux besoins des Bénéficiaires. Pragmatisme, dans la remonte des informations devant servir à alimenter les bases de données ; How to apply:DÉPÔT DES CANDIDATURES Le dossier de candidature devra être composé des éléments suivant : · Une lettre démontrant la motivation du candidat pour le profil demandé ; · Un Curriculum Vitae à jour ; · Les noms, numéros de téléphones et qualités de trois employeurs ou superviseurs précédent · Copie des diplômes et attestations de travail. DATE LIMITE POUR DÉPÔT DE DOSSIERS: Le 31 Janvier 2020 Veuillez envoyer votre dossier de candidature par email à l’adresse cf-hr@mercycorps.org Merci de préciser en sujet de votre email l’intitulé du poste et le lieu du poste Bangui ou Bouar. Les candidatures féminines sont vivement encouragées
Central African Republic: AGENT TECHNIQUE INSERTION PROFESSIONNELLE DES JEUNES-NATIONAL SEULEMENT_POSITION LOCALE
Organization: Mercy Corps Country: Central African Republic Closing date: 31 Jan 2020 I- DESCRIPTION DE L’ORGANISATION : Mercy Corps est une organisation internationale de premier plan animée par la conviction qu'il est possible de bâtir un monde meilleur. Pour faire face aux catastrophes et aux difficultés, nous avons établi des partenariats dans plus de 40 pays afin de mettre en œuvre des solutions audacieuses et aider les populations à surmonter l'adversité et construire de l’intérieur des communautés plus fortes, pour aujourd'hui et pour demain. II- SOMMAIRE DU PROGRAMME / DEPARTEMENT : Mercy Corps travaille dans des lieux de transition, où les conflits, les catastrophes, les bouleversements politiques ou les effondrements économiques offrent des possibilités de bâtir des communautés plus sûres, productives et plus justes. En apportant des secours d'urgence en temps de crise, nous agissons rapidement pour aider les communautés à se relever, à renforcer leur résilience face aux chocs futurs et à promouvoir un changement durable en soutenant les initiatives menées par les communautés et le marché. Conscients du grand potentiel et des défis complexes auxquels sont confrontées la RCA et la région Afrique, Mercy Corps a mis en œuvre une série de programmes d’aide humanitaire et de développement adaptés aux besoins spécifiques de la région et des communautés dans lesquelles nous travaillons. Mercy Corps trouvera un coordonnateur Consortium pour diriger la mise en œuvre du programme quadriennal « Formation et emploi des jeunes en République centrafricaine » finance par l’AFD. Le programme proposé travaillera avec les services compétents pour renforcer la qualité de l’offre de formation professionnelle, l’insertion des jeunes (filles et garçons) et le renforcement de la coordination et de la gouvernance des centres de formation dans Bangui et ses périphéries et le Sud-Ouest du pays (Lobaye, Mambéré-Kadéi, Sangha Mbaéré, Nana-Mambéré). III- SOMMAIRE DU POSTE : L’agent technique insertion professionnelle des jeunes, s’assura essentiellement de la mettre en œuvre des activités relatives a l’insertion professionnelle des jeunes en collaboration avec l’équipe de l’ACFPE et des OSC et assurera le lien avec l'ensemble des acteurs locaux pour le bon déroulement des activités. IV- FONCTIONS ESSENTIELLES : Assurer le leadership technique dans l’appui au développement des micros projet des jeunes et dans le suivi et accompagnement de proximité des porteurs de projet dans la conduite de leurs activités économique ; Participer à l’évaluation et à la sélection des projets porteurs des jeunes Planifier le suivi et accompagnement de proximités des jeunes porteurs de projets avec l’équipe des « espaces entreprises » de l’ACFPE ( Agence Centrafricaine de Formation Professionnelle et de l'Emploi) et des pairs éducateurs ; Suivre le planning de formation des jeunes porteurs de projet avec les espaces entreprise de l’ACFPE Suivre et accompagner l’élaboration des plans d’affaires pour les jeunes porteurs de projet, Accompagner les jeunes porteurs d’idées de petites entreprises sur l’ensemble des étapes de création (démarches administratives auprès des EMF, formalisation, processus de commercialisation, …), Appui à l’identification des besoins en appui de démarrage de micros entreprises économiques pour les jeunes vulnérables ; Participer au développement et a l’utilisation des outils de gestion et de suivi de micros entreprises. Assurer le reportage des activités de son volet Et toute autre tâche qui lui sera confiée dans le cadre de la mise en œuvre du projet. Autres · Participer au suivi des activités en cours · Assurer toutes autres taches demandées par son n+ 1. · Assurer le suivi des activités pendant les absences de son n+1 · Etre flexible suivant les besoins de la mission. · Puisque occupant un poste stratégique dans la mission, fera preuve d’une grande rigueur, de confidentialité et d’honnêteté dans son travail. · Il ne pourra divulguer les informations personnelles ou stratégiques de la mission sans en demander l’autorisation explicite de son supérieur. · Participe activement à la prévention de tout ce qui va à l’encontre du code de conduite et en informe la direction · Informe le directeur des opérations (ou le Directeur Pays si le directeur des opérations est concerné) de tout abus ou de suspicion d’abus V- DÉVELOPPEMENT PROFESSIONNEL : Dans le cadre de notre engagement envers le développement professionnel et fondée sur notre compréhension que les organisations qui se développent continuellement sont plus efficaces, efficientes et pertinentes pour les communautés qu'elles desservent- nous attendons de tous les membres de l'équipe de dédier 5% de leur temps à des activités d'apprentissage/développement professionnel qui bénéficient à Mercy Corps ainsi qu’à eux-mêmes. VI- REDEVABILITE ENVERS LES BENEFICIAIRES : · Les membres de l'équipe de Mercy Corps se doivent de soutenir tous les efforts en matière de responsabilité, en particulier face à nos bénéficiaires et dans le respect des normes internationales tout en engageant activement les communautés bénéficiaires en tant que partenaires égaux dans la conception, le suivi et l'évaluation de nos projets sur le terrain. VII- GENRE : · Les programmes Mercy Corps sont plus efficaces pour soulager la souffrance, la pauvreté et l'oppression quand les femmes, les hommes, les filles et garçons sont équitablement engagés comme des acteurs actifs de leur implémentation. L’ensemble des membres de l’équipe de Mercy Corps doivent s’engager de à respecter les principes de l'égalité des sexes et de mettre en place une programmation qui soit sensible à l’intégration du genre afin de réaliser notre mission et notre vision pour le changement. VIII- FACTEURS DE SUCCÈS · Habilité relationnelle et interculturelle avec les partenaires et les jeunes porteurs de projet, · Autonomie et capacité de travailler avec peu de supervision · Familier avec les études et l’accompagnement des acteurs économiques · Avoir d’excellentes capacités organisationnelles et de travail en équipe, · Compétences rédactionnelles en français · Maîtriser la langue Sango. La pratique d’autres langues locales serait un atout, · Capacités confirmées d’analyse et de synthèse · Initiatives et grande mobilité · Maîtrise de la conduite des Motos · La maîtrise du Sango · Adhérer et respecter les principes et valeurs de Mercy Corps · Habilite relationnelle et interculturelle avec les partenaires et les AEL, IX- EXPÉRIENCES ET QUALIFICATIONS · Etre titulaire d’un diplôme d’un établissement d’études supérieures minimum Bac+2 en sciences économiques, Sciences de Gestion, comptabilité, finance, sciences agronomique ou sciences sociales ou équivalent. Un master est un atout, · Au moins 3 ans d’expérience de travail avec les ONG, dans le domaine d’accompagnement des micros entreprises, des jeunes porteurs de projet, ou une expérience de travail dans le suivi de portefeuille au sein d’un Etablissement de Micro Finance. · Expérience dans le soutien et le développement des plans d’affaires des acteurs économiques, · Expérience dans la gestion des AGR, et l’accompagnement des AVEC (Associations Villageoises d’Epargne et de Crédit) · Maîtrise des outils informatiques (Word, Excel, Power point, Access, Internet, etc. How to apply:DÉPÔT DES CANDIDATURES Le dossier de candidature devra être composé des éléments suivant : · Une lettre démontrant la motivation du candidat pour le profil demandé ; · Un Curriculum Vitae à jour ; · Les noms, numéros de téléphones et qualités de trois employeurs ou superviseurs précédent · Copie des diplômes et attestations de travail. DATE LIMITE POUR DÉPÔT DE DOSSIERS: Le 31 Janvier 2020 Veuillez envoyer votre dossier de candidature par email à l’adresse cf-hr@mercycorps.org Merci de préciser en sujet de votre email l’intitulé du poste et le lieu du poste Bangui ou Bouar. Les candidatures féminines sont vivement encouragées
France: Infection Control Specialist/Infection Preventionist M/F
Organization: Médecins Sans Frontières Country: France, United States of America Closing date: 09 Feb 2020 Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) is an international, independent, medical humanitarian organization created in 1971 that delivers emergency aid to people affected by armed conflict, epidemics, healthcare exclusion and natural disasters. MSF offers assistance to people based only on need and irrespective of race, religion, gender or political affiliation. The French section is present in around thirty countries. Mission The Medical Unit in MSF New York is part of the Medical Department of Operational Center – Paris (OCP) and provides technical support for: Antibiotic Resistance (ABR), Non-Communicable Diseases (NCD), medical article writing, editing and publication. The raison d'être of the medical department is to accomplish the social mission of the association through its leadership, expertise and advocacy by: The co-construction of medico-operational strategies, Context-adapted relevant medical support, Continuous improvement in the quality of care and respect for medical ethics, Conducting operational research and new medical approaches, Internal and external advocacy based on field needs, our experience and the results of our research, and Develop a link between MSF and the medical world. Project MSF and in particular OCP, is committed to providing hospital-based secondary and tertiary care to those ill and injured across the range of the organization’s mission contexts. For instance, surgical and neonatal programs are a major component of our hospital activity. Infections of soft-tissue, bone, and bloodstream acquired either prior to hospitalization or in-hospital are a major challenge to the successful outcome for these patients, particularly considering the global problem of ABR. In recognition, MSF has made ABR a focus of operations, policy, and advocacy. Placed under the hierarchical responsibility of OCP Medical Director and under the functional responsibility of the Deputy Medical Director based in New York, the IPC specialist contributes to the constant skill improvement related to her/his/their area of expertise in MSF projects. She/he/they is a member of the ABR multidisciplinary team including an infectious diseases specialist and a microbiologist (based either in New York or in Paris). She/he/they also works in collaboration with other members of the medical department based in Paris and Sydney. Main responsabilities The IPC specialist helps to improve patient care in medical facilities supported by MSF. The incumbent contributes to the development of an efficient and standardized IPC model adapted to the contexts and constraints of MSF projects. 1. Projects and Headquarters Support: Respond to field queries regarding hygiene and infection prevention and control (IPC), Participate in the development of response plans for multi-resistant bacteria outbreaks in healthcare facilities that have access to microbiology, Respond to queries related to sterilization. Define sterilization procedures and ensure their implementation. Select hygiene products and materials as well as related equipment (autoclaves), Make regular visits to projects: · Assessment of practices concerning IPC (standard and additional precautions) and sterilization, · Participate in the implementation of an action plan and propose solutions adapted to the field. Have a global and precise vision of needs on training human resources in IPC on the different MSF projects, Briefings and debriefings of international staff assigned to positions involved in IPC and / or sterilization, Collaborate with the different departments Represent MSF at different conferences, meetings with academia and other NGOs. 2. Development of protocols, documents and tools: MSF OCP has developed an Antibiotic Resistance roadmap around 4 axes: · Infection Prevention and Control (IPC), · Access to microbiological diagnosis, · Rational use of antibiotics, · Operational Research (OR). The IPC specialist, in the spirit of this roadmap, develops a set of protocols and procedures allowing a quantifiable improvement in IPC. Initially, the focus is on projects with a hospital component. These protocols are updated regularly and adapted to each context. In collaboration with the referents involved, establish case definitions for healthcare associated infections (HAI), Define staff training needs, Work closely with the other members of the ABR team in the medical department. Ensure that the projects’ IPC focal points also work within a multidisciplinary ABR team. 3. Participation in the activities of the medical department: Actively participate in the definition of medico-operational policies by providing expertise and support in their implementation, Prepare the annual and / or multiannual plan, Participate in training, Collaborate with other members of the medical department and participate in working meetings, in particular those on hospital projects, Analyze the data, design the indicators, and participate in the development of the annual medical activity analysis report, Write and contribute to guidelines, medical policy documents and update MSF catalogs, Support the HR department for the technical validation of CVs in her/his/their area of competence, Contribute to the formulation of operational research questions relevant to IPC, Participate in the IPC working group, established with the other operational sections of MSF, and collaborate with relevant IPC partners, both within and outside MSF. Profile we are seeking : Training: Medical Doctor, Registered Nurse (RN), Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN), Hospital Pharmacist or advanced degree, Certification in sterilization, hygiene, infection prevention and control or equivalent. Experience: At least two years’ experience as an IPC Specialist/Preventionist in an acute care setting or equivalent combination of education and experience, Experience required with an international organization in limited-resources countries, an MSF experience will be an asset. Skills : Ability to assess the resources required based on operational constraints, Ability to analyze, to report and to propose medico-operational strategies, Strong computer and data entry skills, especially in Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Excel. Abilities : Adaptability, flexibility, independent, able to write clearly and succinctly, ready to collaborate as a team. Mobility and availability (frequent travels to MSF projects and between NY and Paris). Languages: English language fluency required; French language fluency preferred. Other languages are an asset (i.e. Arabic). Contract : Temporary Contract for 15 months, Full time. Location : HQ - Based in Paris or New York with regular travel. Salary conditions if the position is based in Paris : 48.8K€ gross annual over 13 months. 22 days RTT per year. Complementary health supported 100% by Médecins Sans Frontières. Meal vouchers of 9€ (60% reimbursed by Médecins Sans Frontières). Support for 50% of the public transport subscription. Desired Hiring Date: March 2020. How to apply:Please send cover letter and resume to: Employment.msfusa@newyork.msf.org, Attn: “Infection Control Specialist/Infection Preventionist.” Application deadline: February 9, 2020. .Submissions without cover letter will not be reviewed. No phone calls please.**
Haiti: HAITI – RESPONSABLE PROJET SÉCURITÉ ALIMENTAIRE ET MOYEN D’EXISTENCE – ANSE D’HAINAULT
Organization: Solidarités International Country: Haiti Closing date: 27 Mar 2020 Date de prise de fonction souhaitée : ASAP Durée de la mission : 1 an (sous réserve de financement Echo) Localisation : Haiti – Base d’Anse d’Hainault – département de la Grand’Anse QUE FAISONS NOUS… Haïti est un pays largement exposé et vulnérable aux aléas climatiques. Depuis 2004 un total de 49 désastres naturels a frappé le pays, et cette tendance s’est constatée en 2017, avec pas moins de 17 systèmes baptisés dans l’Atlantique Nord incluant 10 cyclones, dont 6 catégorisés comme ‘majeurs’. L’alternance des phénomènes El Niño et La Niña impacte Haïti, ainsi les épisodes de sécheresse répétés limitent l’accès à l’eau, à la fois pour la consommation des populations et leurs bêtes, mais également pour l’irrigation. S’ensuivent des épisodes de fortes pluies entrainant des glissements de terrain, le lessivage des sols et favorisant la contamination de l’eau. De plus, les saisons cycloniques mettent le pays en alerte plus de 4 mois par an. Le contexte haïtien est par conséquent le théâtre régulier de réponses d’urgence, menées en parallèle d’actions plus durables. La réponse à des besoins immédiats permet de soulager la population des zones d’intervention, alors que les projets à plus long-terme visent à améliorer durablement leur résilience et/ou prévenir les risques. Aussi, la stratégie de Solidarités International s’inscrit dans une réflexion d’intégration et de lien entre développement et action d’urgence, particulièrement adaptée à la dynamique de la crise haïtienne visant à renforcer les capacités des acteurs locaux tout en se dotant d’une solide capacité d’intervention en cas d’urgence. En termes programmatiques, SI met en œuvre les interventions suivantes : BASE PORT AU PRINCE : Choléra – UNICEF, MAECD, Consortium avec des partenaires Départements de l’Ouest, des Nippes, du Sud, du Sud-Est et de la Grand’Anse. Avril 2020. Projet Bouclier Préventif choléra – UNICEF Zone frontalière avec la République Dominicaine, Cornillon. Juil. 2019 à Avril 2020. Desaster Risk Reduction WASH – UNICEF Commune de Croix-des-Bouquets, ZMPP – Juil. 2019 à Avril 2020. BASE GRANDE ANSE (ADH): Sécurité Alimentaire et Nutritionnelle – ECHO, Consortium avec des Partenaires Grand’Anse – Juin 2018 à Novembre 2019. Sécurité Alimentaire et Nutritionnelle – EuropeAid, Consortium avec des partenaires Grand’Anse – Déc. 2018 à Nov. 2020. Projet Wash in School – Ville de Béthune France – Grande Anse. Mai 19 – Déc. 2020. Projet en discussion : projets en de sécurité Alimentaire et Nutrition, Urban Wash. DESCRIPTIF DU POSTE Objectifs général du poste : Sous la responsabilité hiérarchique du Coordinateur Terrain de Anse d’Hainault, le/la Responsable Programme SAME devra mené(e) à bien les programmes de Sécurité Alimentaire sur la base des leçons apprises du projet SANOGA dans la même zone et en coordination avec le projet actuel de relance des filières agricoles et halieutiques pour une résilience alimentaire. Il / Elle sera le point focal de la mission pour la réponse en sécurité alimentaire sur la mission. Enjeux et défis spécifiques Mener à la fois une réponse d’urgence et une réponse de résilience dans la même zone coordonner et faire un rapprochement des listes de bénéficiaires du projet SANOGA, du projet PASANGA et de ce projet en intégrant les autorités locales pour la sélection des bénéficiaires et l’acceptation du projet dans la zone connaitre les stratégies de distribution de cash et de coupons Priorités pour les 2-3 premiers mois Maitriser les réponses historiques et en cours des projets de la zone (SANOGA et PASANGA), définir les critères de sélections et les faire accepter par les autorités et communautés (donc maitriser la communication opérationnelle externe), recruter les équipes du projet et assurer une bonne coordination avec celles du projet PASANGA. Equipe(s) à encadrer Le responsable de programme aura sous sa supervision tout le staff nécessaire à la mise en place des activités du projet selon les disponibilités budgétaires signées avec le bailleur. VOTRE PROFIL * Formation supérieure en gestion de projet humanitaire, développement, Sciences politiques/RI, Droit international Expérience d’au moins 1 an à poste similaire Expérience en gestion de projets de sécurité alimentaire d’urgence et de développement Excellente capacité de management Bonne connaissance des procédures des bailleurs de fonds Expérience en coordination/gestion/suivi de programme Capacité à fédérer Grosse capacité de travail Résistance au stress Capacités d’analyses du contexte et des besoins humanitaires, et des attentes des bailleurs de fonds en adéquation. Excellentes qualités de communication, de négociation et de diplomatie Compétences spécifiques requises Excellent capacité organisationnelle et rédactionnelle Capacité d’anticipation et de planification Maitrise des techniques de distribution de cash et de coupons Connaissance et expérience en Sécurité Alimentaire (FSL) Capacité à définir les priorités Capacité à travailler sous pression SI VOUS OFFRIRA LES CONDITIONS SUIVANTES Salaire : A partir de 1980 euros brut par mois selon expérience (Salaire de base : 1 800 euros brut + 10% de prime de congés payés versés mensuellement). Per Diem mensuel de 500 dollars. Couverture sociale : L’expatrié(e) bénéficie d’une couverture sociale de qualité permettant de couvrir tous les frais de santé et d’une prévoyance accident incluant les risques de guerre. Break : En cours de mission, une alternance travail – repos est assurée par des breaks prévus tous les trois mois avec une allocation de 850 USD. Nous venons de modifier cette politique : sur la base d’une mission de 1 an, breaks de 7 jours ouvrés à 3 , 6 et 9 mois de mission (avec une participation de 850 USD versée par Solidarités). A ces temps de break, il faut ajouter l’octroi d’1 jour de repos supplémentaire par mois travaillé> soit 12 jours en + pour un contrat d’1 an. Conditions de vie : Le poste est basé à Anse d’Ainault et la guesthouse comprendra 3 expatriés permanents de Solidarités ainsi qu’un staff d’ACTED puisque la guesthouse est partagée. Le bureau se trouve à 2kms de la guesthouse et celle-ci est à 3h de route de Jeremie et est située en bord de mer, avec un accès privatif à la plus belle plage de la zone. Très peu de commerces dans la ville, mais des approvisionnements réguliers en produits spécifiques sont possibles depuis Jeremie ou Port au Prince. Port au Prince étant à une journée de route. Depuis un an, les conditions sécuritaires se sont graduellement dégradées jusqu’à un début de mois de septembre qui a vu le début d’une période de grands troubles. Ces derniers ont forcément impacté les opportunités de vie sociale et la liberté des mouvements et de circulation sur les grands axes routiers du pays. Il y a des manifestations régulières de la population pour des raisons diverses (politique, état des routes, augmentation des taxes…). Les ONG ne sont pas visées en tant que telles. Les risques de catastrophes naturelles et d’accidents de voitures sont importants. How to apply:Vous reconnaissez-vous dans cette description ? Si oui, envoyez-nous votre CV et Lettre de Motivation en français via ce lien : https://emea3.recruitmentplatform.com/syndicated/private/syd_apply.cfm?id=PSRFK026203F3VBQB6G8N8NMW&nPostingTargetID;=48610 Les candidatures contenant uniquement les CV ne seront pas considérées. Solidarités International se réserve la possibilité de clore un recrutement avant la date d’échéance de l’annonce. Merci de votre compréhension. Pour en savoir plus sur Solidarités International (www.solidarites.org)!
South Sudan: External consultant needed for CEA evaluation in South Sudan, Swedish Red Cross
Organization: Swedish Red Cross Country: South Sudan Closing date: 28 Jan 2020 1. Summary 1.1 Purpose: To assess the progress made by the CEA project towards achieving its objectives, unintended results, lessons learned and recommendations for continued implementation. 1.2 Audience: Program and project teams, senior management, branches, volunteers, PNS and Movement Partners, communities and donors. 1.3 Commissioners: Swedish Red Cross (SRC) 1.4 Reports to: The SRC Country Representative 1.5 Duration: 30 days in February and March 2020. A final report to be submitted by 25 March 2020. Location: National Headquarters of SSRC, branches, and communities in South Sudan 2. Background Swedish Red Cross and South Sudan Red Cross agreed to implement the project, Community Engagement and Accountability (CEA) which would strengthen the community resilience through the local Red Cross Branches. To build resilience and ownership of projects in communities, the capacities of the local Red Cross branches as well as their accountability towards communities needed to be improved. The local branches of SSRC are often the first responders to local emergencies and, therefore, also ‘experts’ in terms of what is needed to build the resilience of their communities. The CEA project was started in 2017 and mainly focused on capacity building. The project end-date is 31 March 2020. The original project had four project locations: Raja; Wau; Terekeka, and Torit. However, in 2019 three other branches were added: Juba, Bor, and Rumbek. The project uses the RCRC Movement CEA minimum standards as well as the results of the BOCA (Branch Organizational Capacity Assessment) as tools. Gender and Diversity, as well as Safer Access, are also considered in the project. Overall Goal: Increased participation of vulnerable people to actively affect and influence development through the integration of Community Engagement and Accountability, Gender and Diversity into SSRC projects, branches and ways of working Outcome 1: Community members’ participation in program implementation is improved, ensuring their views are used for program decisions Outcome 2: Strengthen SSRC capacity to measure and report on CEA Outcome 3: Community members are well-informed about the mandate and role of SSRC Outcome 4: Increased knowledge of Gender and Diversity, mainstreamed in SSRC and its projects and operations. 3. Evaluation Purpose and Scope 3.1. Purpose (overall objective) To assess the progress made by the CEA project towards achieving its objectives, intended and unintended results, as well as drawing lessons learned and recommendations for continued implementation across the National Society after the end of the project – in accordance with the intentions of the SSRC Strategic Plan 2018-21 that aims at rolling out CEA across the NS during this time period. The evaluation also aims at building the capacity of the SSRC PMER team to carry out evaluations. 3.2. Scope Unit to be assessed: The progress of the Community Engagement and Accountability project in South Sudan Red Cross will be assessed. Geographical coverage of the evaluation will include the National Headquarters of SSRC in Juba and selected SSRC branches and communities. The period of the operation to be reviewed: January 1, 2017 to date (March 2020). Project will end 31 March 2020.**The stakeholders to be included in the review include:** CEA project team and targeted SSRC branches, SSRC volunteers, PACs (Project Advisory Committees), Community Development Committees, community members and local authorities. 4. Evaluation Criteria – Objectives - Questions The following evaluation criteria will be assessed in this evaluation, in line with the IFRC Framework for Evaluation[1]: 4.1) Relevance & Appropriateness: To what extent are the objectives of the project still valid? Is there a need to change program implementation and/or direction when rolling out the CEA approach across the NS without a specific CEA project? Are the activities and outputs of the program consistent with the overall goal and the attainment of its objectives? Are the activities and outputs of the program consistent with the intended impacts and effects? Were the needs assessment and design relevant to the context? To what extent did the CEA project contribute to the fulfillment of SSRC Strategies, Policies and guidelines as well as IFRC’s Strategy 2020? 4.2) Efficiency: Assess the efficiency of the program in converting its inputs (funds, expertise, time etc.) to outputs, with an indication of whether the program has represented good ‘value for money’ given the resources invested. Could it have been done better, cheaper or quicker? Assess the efficiency of program management including South Sudan specific constraints in relation to financial management practices, human resource management systems and tools, development of budgets and work plans (according to annual external audits if possible) Assess the extent to which attempts have been made to improve cost-efficiency and reduce administrative costs of program implementation Have the objectives been achieved on time/are the objectives likely to be achieved on time? 4.3) Effectiveness: To what extent are the objectives achieved to date, in relation to set targets? To what extent are the objectives likely to be achieved? What were the major factors influencing the achievement or non-achievement of the objectives? Apart from achieving the planned objectives, which other programme areas adopted the CEA project, leading to improvements and unintended results? What did the CEA project ultimately lead to? Did vulnerable people increase their participation, affect and influence on their own development through CEA? 4.4) Coverage: Who was targeted by the CEA project? How many? Provide breakdown relating to gender, age, and vulnerability. Why were these targeted, and why were others not? Which demographic/vulnerability criteria have been taken into consideration when selecting the target group of the project (gender, age, minorities/religion, disabled, socio-economic status, etc.)? Has the project successfully targeted the selected community members? Is there a need to include any other target groups/vulnerability criteria into the future application of CEA? 4.5) Sustainability: Follow up and comment on the implementation of the Management Response to the recommendations from the CEA MTR (Midterm Review) Which measures have been taken to ensure that the benefits of the project will continue after donor funding has ceased (2020)? What are the major factors which could influence the achievement or non-achievement of the sustainability of CEA? To which extent will the results of the CEA project contribute to The CEA Africa Roadmap? 5. Evaluation Methodology The final evaluation will be carried out by an external consultant/company in cooperation with members of the project management team, SRC Country Representative, supported by SRC PMER/CEA advisors. A desk review will review secondary data. Qualitative data will be collected through reflection workshops, capacity assessments of branches, key informant interviews. Quantitative data should be gathered likewise. All data collection will have to happen both at the SSRC HQ level and in the field. Documents for desktop review: Reports from visits to the project (monitoring/advisor visits etc.) Indicator tracking tables Project reports, quarterly and annual Audit reports and budgets Workplans Report from CEA ‘Kickstart’ event CEA baselines BOCA from branches Midterm review (MTR) Reports from Gender and Diversity workshop Key informant interviews: Staff Volunteers Community members Other key informants Survey questionnaire: The Consultant/Company will have to provide a survey questionnaire(s) and a sampling methodology for measuring changes in community resilience and influence on projects in their communities. The data collected will be both qualitative and quantitative in nature. All data, qualitative and quantitative, collected through the evaluation must be disaggregated by age and sex; that is, separately for girls and boys, men and women. The triangulation of information gathered during the quantitative and qualitative research will be done whenever possible. The final evaluation will result in a written report in English, describing the methods and limitations, findings, conclusions, lessons learned and a reasonable number of recommendations. To be able to implement the recommendations, they should be elaborated rather than simply being a list of areas that should be improved. They should be directed to the SRC and the SSRC. The report shall contain an executive summary with the major findings of the evaluation, the five key recommendations, and lessons learned. The length of the report should not be more than 30 pages plus annexes. 6. Deliverables (or Outputs) and proposed timeline The evaluation is expected to last maximum 30 days over the period of two calendar months. (24 February- 25 March 2020) 13 March Presentation of initial findings 20 March Draft report to be shared for comments by SSRC and SRC 25 March Comments to the draft report be shared with the consultant(s) 31 March Final report to be shared with SRC/SSRC 7. Responsibilities of the Evaluation team To produce an inception report that demonstrates a clear understanding and realistic plan of work for the evaluation, checking that the evaluation plan agrees with the ToR Design questionnaire for the survey and finalize quantitative and qualitative tools, compliant to the GPDR data protection and ICRC Handbook on Data Protection in Humanitarian Action Analyze the quantitative data collected from the survey and through the qualitative methods Debriefing with the SRC and the SSRC of initial findings through a presentation that includes conclusions, and recommendations before revision and final approval of the final report Share draft evaluation report in English as per agreed content with SRC/SSRC Develop a final evaluation report and provide a soft copy with 3 hard copies to SRC/SSRC**[2]** 8. Evaluation Quality & Ethical Standards The evaluators should take all reasonable steps to ensure that the evaluation is designed and conducted to respect and protect the rights and welfare of people and the communities of which they are members, and to ensure that the evaluation is technically accurate, reliable, and legitimate, conducted in a transparent and impartial manner, and contributing to organizational learning and accountability. Therefore, the evaluation team should adhere to the evaluation standards and specific, applicable process outlined in the IFRC Framework for Evaluation. The IFRC Evaluation Standards are: Utility: Evaluations must be useful Feasibility: Evaluations must be realistic, diplomatic, and managed in a sensible, cost-effective manner Ethics & Legality: Evaluations must be conducted in an ethical and legal manner, with regard for the welfare of those involved in and affected by the evaluation Impartiality & Independence; Evaluations should be impartial, providing a comprehensive and unbiased assessment that considers the views of all stakeholders Transparency: Evaluation activities should reflect an attitude of openness and transparency Accuracy: Evaluations should be technically accurate, providing sufficient information about the data collection, analysis, and interpretation methods so that its worth or merit can be determined Participation: Stakeholders should be consulted and meaningfully involved in the evaluation process when feasible and appropriate Collaboration: Collaboration between key operating partners in the evaluation process improves the legitimacy and utility of the evaluation It is also expected that the evaluation will respect the seven Fundamental Principles of the Red Cross and Red Crescent: 1) Humanity, 2) Impartiality, 3) Neutrality, 4) Independence, 5) Voluntary Service, 6) Unity, and 7) Universality. Further information can be obtained about these principles at www.ifrc.org/what/values/principles/index.asp The consultants/consultant company should: Have experience with the evaluation of CEA and community involvement in project planning Have experience of conducting evaluations in the geographical context Have experience in working in insecure contexts like South Sudan or similar Have previous experience of conducting evaluations for RCRC Movement Be fully fluent in English, orally and written Evaluators should have an advanced university degree in Social Sciences or a similar field, relevant for the evaluation Optionally: Have knowledge of local languages, especially Arabic [1] The IFRC Framework for Evaluation (https://www.ifrc.org/Global/Publications/monitoring/IFRC-Framework-for-Evaluation.pdf) includes a total number of 8 criteria to guide what is evaluated in IFRC work. Since the CEA programme is carried out in a complex setting with different policies, policy coherence has to be assessed. Likewise, the impact must be measured in this evaluation. [2] Three hard copies and a soft copy on USB to be sent to SRC Country Office in Juba via courier and a soft copy via email to SRC Country Representative in Juba, South Sudan) ** Application procedure:** An application with an inception plan, including budget and HR needs, to be sent via email to the SRC Country Representative in Juba, South Sudan, jesper.frovin.jensen@redcross.se, by 28 January 2020. Consultant(s) will be selected by 31 January, and the selected will be informed on 1 February. How to apply:An application with an inception plan, including budget and HR needs, to be sent via email to the SRC Country Representative in Juba, South Sudan, jesper.frovin.jensen@redcross.se, by 28 January 2020. Consultant(s) will be selected by 31 January, and the selected will be informed on 1 February.
Myanmar: Field coordinator (M/F) - Myanmar
Organization: Médecins du Monde Country: Myanmar Closing date: 16 Mar 2020 For almost 40 years, Médecins du Monde, a campaigning medical organisation committed to international solidarity, has been caring for the most vulnerable populations at home and abroad. It has continued to highlight obstacles that exist in accessing health care and has secured sustainable improvements in health-for-all policies. Those working for this independent organisation do not solely dispense care and treatment but condemn violations of human dignity and rights and fight to improve matters for populations living in precarious situations. MdM currently works in more than 35 countries across all continents where it focuses on 5 priority areas: emergency and crisis, sexual and reproductive health, harm reduction, migrants and displaced populations (health rights), health and environment. MdM has been operating in Myanmar since 1994. Its main programme delivers comprehensive Harm Reduction and HIV/AIDS prevention and care, focusing on the high-risk groups of Drug Users (Kachin State), Female Sex Workers and Men having Sex with Men (Yangon area). Myanmar Mission strategy for 2020 to 2022 aims to “Increase the access to Harm Reduction services (especially Drug Users and Sex Workers) by addressing health, social, legal and normative barriers though a community-led approach and partnership”. In order to implement this strategy, MdM is focusing on increasing access to HIV/VHC prevention and care services, in Yangon and Kachin, targeting most-at-risk groups (sex workers, men having sex with men, people who inject drugs), proposing a wide range of activities such as Needle and Syringe Exchange Program (NSEP), condom distribution and promotion, HIV Testing and Counselling, Hepatitis B testing and vaccination, Hepatitis C virus screening and treatment (in partnership with MSF-CH), enrolment of HIV positive clients into ART care, Sexually transmitted infections and Tuberculosis screening and treatment services, methadone maintenance treatment, Isoniazid Preventive Therapy and targeted Information, Education and Communication, community based overdose prevention and management and gender sensitive services. Current and future strategy is focusing as well on supporting local civil society and health system in scaling up and provision of health services. MdM strategy is implemented in collaboration with the National Program and local authorities under the authority of the Ministry of Health and Sports. The activities are funded by the Global Fund (GF) and the Agence Française de Développement (AFD). In Kachin, where the Field Coordinator is located, the activities are implemented in 3 main sites (Myitkyina, Moegaung, Hopin). TASKS AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Under the direct supervision of the general coordinator, the field coordinator is responsible for the implementation of MdM strategy in Kachin. You are responsible for coordinating, consolidating and ensuring smooth implementation of program and operations' activities and adherence to logistics, human resources, administration and security procedures of MdM Kachin Projects, currently implemented in 3 operational bases (Myitkyina, Moegaung and Hopin) and one coordination office. The field coordinator is the direct line manager of the Kachin coordination team: field program coordinator, networking and partnership coordinator, finance manager, human resources manager and logistics manager. You are also the direct line manager of 3 program managers of the three implementation sites. More specifically, the field coordinator will be in charge of: PROGRAM COORDINATION Be in charge of the planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of the MdM program in Kachin State. Supervise the overall implementation against contracted outputs and outcomes and ensure that MdM and donor audits recommendations are carefully followed and implemented Ensure the compliance of the harm reduction program activities with MdM strategy, principles and guidelines, in coordination with the field program coordinator in Kachin and the general coordination in Yangon Ensure good coordination between the logistics, administrative and programme departments in Kachin, for a smooth implementation of all activities Be part of the extended country coordination team and as such, plays an active role in the MdM Myanmar strategy and program design, in implementing management procedures and decisions and in relaying national coordination decisions and information to Kachin team HUMAN RESOURCES AND TEAM MANAGEMENT Line manage the Kachin HR Manager, who receives technical support from the HR coordinator in Yangon to ensure compliance with donor procedures and the national administrative and legal regulations Define the general organisation of the intervention sites and teams, manage and supervise the Kachin coordination team and ultimately takes final management decisions for Kachin staff Ensure smooth communication between team members (newcomers’ integration, debriefing, etc.) and ensure that all staff benefit from clear and measurable objectives and development plans Ensure that MdM is compliant with all HR guidelines in coordination with HR coordinator in Yangon Make sure that MdM Myanmar guidelines and procedures are in line with MdM France and are regularly updated with the HR coordinator Ensure the appraisal of his direct team according the MdM France HR policy (annual or at end of contract) LOGISTICS SUPERVISION Manage the Kachin logistics manager, who receives technical management from the logistics coordinator in Yangon Ensure the procurement processes in Kachin, so that it complies with donor and MdM regulations Supervise the Kachin logistics manager to ensure high quality supply chain and asset management, so that programme needs are met in compliance with donor and MdM regulations Guarantee, through Kachin logistics manager, that fleet management processes in Kachin comply with donor and MdM security rules Ensure that all program items are properly handled at the end of the program whether through donations or transfer ADMINISTRATIVE AND FINANCE SUPERVISION Manage the Kachin finance manager, who receives technical management from the finance coordinator in Yangon, to ensure compliance with donor and MdM financial procedures Be responsible for managing overall budgets which includes also transparency of fund use and all programmatic expenditure Give your approval for expected expenses based on donor procedures and MdM internal guidelines In collaboration with senior team members of Kachin, the field coordinator has to develop the new budget proposals for donors, preparation of annual budgets and monthly budget follow up analysis Oversee compliance with and respect for agreements and contracts and transparency of fund use in programmatic expenditure RELATIONS WITH GOVERNMENT, DONORS AND OTHER STAKEHOLDERS Represent MdM in Kachin State and work in close coordination with senior national staff and coordinators to ensure consistent and relevant MdM representation Carry out frequent representation activities (participation in meetings, networking, supervision of advocacy activities led by local staff, etc.) to build and maintain a supportive environment for MdM programs in Kachin, in close collaboration with the national initiatives piloted from Yangon Represent MdM with local donors and plays a lead role in organising donor visits in Kachin Ensure a quality partnership with relevant organizations engaged in harm reduction activities and local authorities SAFETY AND SECURITY MANAGEMENT Be responsible for the safety and security of MdM team members, sites and goods in Kachin State. Kachin is an area of a protracted crisis including IDPs camps, regular security incidents between armed forces, regular landslides and potential floods Be responsible for ensuring the safety and wellbeing of MdM teams in a context where staff involved in Harm Reduction activities can be subject to harrassment by local authorities Regularly conduct analysis of the context and security conditions, with a view to shape and adapt safety and security rules with the approval of the general coordinator Ensure the implementation of security rules and procedures, including providing briefings about safety and security when required REPORTING and COMMUNICATION Be responsible for regular reporting on the MdM activities implemented in Kachin state to his/her line manager; ensure that all Kachin sites submit reports in a timely and qualified manner Supervise the drafting of donor reports for activities implemented in Kachin and of narrative, financial, intermediary and final reports ; make sure that they are written in line with donor requirements Relay relevant information from Myanmar coordination team to Kachin teams and vice versa, organise consultations and provides feedback when required CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT: Fixed-term contract Duration: 12 months Status: Employee Starting date: March 2nd 2020 Gross monthly salary: 3041 euros Premium equal to one month salary paid in two instalments - minimum of 6 months seniority required Expatriation bonus (10% gross salary per month) Transportation cost, vaccines and visas covered Guesthouse housing 22.5 RTT (recovery days) per year 5 weeks of paid leaves per year Health insurance (60% covered by MdM and 40% by the employee) Insurance (repatriation…) Médecins du Monde promotes trainings and internal mobility Single posting SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE NEEDED: A University degree in management, project management or other relevant fields Previous experience as Field Coordinator in an overseas NGO environment mandatory, an added value if a previous experience with MdM Extensive experience in project cycle management, management tools and M&E; mechanisms Knowledge of the Myanmar environment and /or Asia Region would be a great asset Experience in partnership development with local authorities Past experience in proposal writing is an asset Past experience with the Global Fund is an asset Excellent command of written and spoken English Knowledge of French is an asset but not mandatory Ability to work under a minimum of supervision Strong problem solving and organisational skills Ability to classify and to manage priorities Strong communication and intercultural skills Patience, listening and diplomacy skills Capacity to work and to live in a multicultural environment Strong team spirit and ability to work in participatory manner with staff to assess needs, implement and monitor activities. Behavioural flexibility capacity to cope with short deadline and last-minute request Essential computer literacy (word, excel, outlook, internet) You are committed to MdM’s values as an organisation and motivated by its non-statutory, NFP model. TELEPHONE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED Médecins du Monde reserves the right to fill the vacancy before the closing date for applications. MdM stands up for the integration of people living with disabilities and fights against discrimination. How to apply:Please apply (CV + cover letter) via the following link: http://www.jobs.net/j/JYnhpxAP?idpartenaire=128
Mexico: Evaluation on the relevance and effectiveness of sports programming for refugee inclusion and protection
Organization: UN High Commissioner for Refugees Country: Mexico, Rwanda Closing date: 09 Feb 2020 1. Introduction UNHCR works with and for more than 70 million forcibly displaced and stateless people world-wide. The majority of these people are internally displaced within their own country (IDPs) or have crossed an international border and are refugees in other countries. Both refugees and IDP’s find themselves in new locations and communities which are often new and strange to them. When forced together through circumstances beyond their control such as war and conflict, it is common for both forcibly displaced and host communities to face increased personal conflict, psychological distress and isolation. This can impact both individual and community well-being, social cohesion and the ability to participate in one’s own community. The Olympic Refuge Foundation (ORF), founded by the International Olympic Committee at the end of 2017, uses sport to improve social inclusion, social cohesion and psychosocial wellbeing for forcibly displaced young people across the globe. With solutions in mind, it is now widely believed that sport can play an important role in addressing some of the many challenges that young people and their communities face, when they are forcibly displaced from their homes by conflict and war. The Global Compact on Refugees which was affirmed by Member States in December 2018 “…represents the political will and ambition of the international community as a whole, for strengthened cooperation and solidarity with refugees and affected host countries”. Article 44 “recognizes the important role that sports […] can play in social development, inclusion, cohesion, and well-being, particularly for refugee children (both boys and girls), adolescents and youth…” Sport can provide much needed opportunities and is seen as the vehicle for delivering many of the elements required to achieve positive protection and development outcomes, rather than being the change itself. 2. Background Sport has always been found in refugee settings. The predecessor of UNHCR, the International Refugee Organization (IRO) worked with refugees to organize sports activities in European refugee camps following the Second World War. More recent UNHCR archive records clearly show that sports activities have been widely present in refugee situations but have not necessarily been recognised as having a direct humanitarian benefit. During the 1990s and 2000’s records show that this starts to change, as sport becomes more visible as an intervention, particularly with recognition of the link to the Convention on the Rights of the Child Art. 31 on the right to play and the beginning of an understanding of the gender dimension of sport. This evolution in understanding has led UNHCR, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) and now the Olympic Refuge Foundation (ORF) to believe in the potential of sport to meaningfully contribute to UNHCR’s core mission and protection mandate and the IOC mission to build a better world through sport. Building on a longstanding partnership, UNHCR and the IOC have since 2014 been working together to develop a dedicated “Sport for Protection” approach. The aim of the approach is to increase the protection space for displaced and stateless children and youth through the vehicle of sport. Projects developed to date have included for example, the establishment and rehabilitation of sports facilities to ensure safe spaces for young people to play, dedicated programmatic interventions that use sport as the tool to achieve protection outcomes, and efforts to provide opportunities for young people to become champions for life through their participation in ‘organized’ sports activities. Projects promote the participation of adolescent girls, young women and other marginalized groups, bring refugee, IDP and host communities together, as participants, coaches, leaders and supporters; with the aim of sharing common experiences and breaking down barriers and stereotypes, in the process strengthening resilience and psychosocial wellbeing. While sporting talent may be discovered and referred, sports excellence is not the objective of Sport for Protection projects. Building on this, the International Olympic Committee (IOC), UNHCR and Terre des hommes (Tdh) collaborated in the development of the “*Sport for Protection Toolkit: Programming with Young People in Forced Displacement Settings”*. The Sport for Protection toolkit has a distinct theory of change and focusses on three specific categories of protection outcomes - social inclusion, social cohesion, and psychosocial well-being. The objective of the toolkit is to provide young people aged 10 – 24 years with a safe and supportive environment where they have opportunities to build their skills and bring about a positive change in their own and the lives of the others. Prior to the release of the Sport for Protection toolkit in October 2018, UNHCR and the IOC/ORF partnered on the development and implementation of a number of Sport for Protection projects. These projects were implemented in refugee and IDP situations in Jordan, Ethiopia, Colombia, Rwanda, Mexico, Democratic Republic of Congo, Kenya and Turkey. New projects are under consideration in Uganda, Bangladesh and Colombia and will be developed based on the guidance outlined in the Sport for Protection toolkit. 3. Purpose and Scope Purpose and Objectives The ORF and UNHCR are now ready, to design and implement the first full projects based on the Toolkit’s Sport for Protection approach. This new phase provides an opportunity for the two organisations to pause and work to understand better whether the original assumptions about the potential of organized sports activities to increase the protection space and protection outcomes for children and youth remain valid. With this in mind, UNHCR’s Sport Section in the Division of External Relations and the Olympic Refuge Foundation are planning to evaluate 2 joint projects, one reaching completion of its funding period and another midway through. This decentralized evaluation is intended to bring evaluative evidence of the contribution that Sport for Protection projects can have on protection objectives for refugee and IDP young people. The evaluation will explore whether and how sports activities have contributed to the overall protection objectives of the operations for both girls and boys, young women and young men; as well as examining what has worked well or less well in this regard. The evaluation will further look at intended and unintended outcomes of the projects and collect lessons learned from the different project locations. The evaluation will also contribute to the very limited knowledge base of the sport sector and the humanitarian sector regarding sports-based interventions, specifically for the protection of young people in refugee and IDP situations. This will potentially allow for course correction in ongoing projects; informing future project and programme development and potentially contributing to the strengthening of the Sport for Protection Toolkit. The evaluation will also provide a baseline of understanding for future evaluative work and understanding of the protection outcomes that sport can achieve pre-toolkit. Scope: The proposed evaluation will be conducted in two country locations, Rwanda and Mexico. Rwanda offers in many ways a classic protracted camp-based refugee situation, with the majority of refugees hailing from two country locations, the Democratic Republic of Congo and Burundi. UNHCR/ IOC/ ORF have had a project in situ in five camp locations since 2017, with the funding due to cease at the end of 2019. Rwanda provides the opportunity to examine one of the first projects developed by the partners following the development of a good sense of what the Sport for Protection approach might look like, under the UNHCR/ IOC partnership. Mexico offers a different operational context with young people and their families on the move and often residing amongst hosting communities in precarious legal situations in rural peri-urban and urban environments. The geographical spread of project locations is broad and offer different challenges in each location. Audience: The primary audiences for the evaluation are the UNHCR Sports Section, the UNHCR Rwanda and UNHCR Mexico operations, the IOC and the ORF and NOC’s of Rwanda and Mexico. Other interested stakeholders are expected to include the UNHCR Education Section and Child Protection and Youth Unit, the broader Olympic movement, Sport for Development and Peace Community and UNHCR operational and implementing partners. 4. Evaluation approach 4.1 Proposed Evaluation Questions This evaluation seeks to address the following key questions, which are expected to be further refined during the inception phase. Evaluation criteria pertaining to effectiveness, relevance and sustainability will be of particular interest: Do organized sport and sports-based activities contribute to increased protection space for displaced (and host community) children and youth as a part of the broader protection architecture? If so, how? What have been the main intended and unintended outcomes? What are the key factors that contribute to and/or hinder organized sports activities increasing protection space, and how can these factors be practically supported and/or mitigated? Who are the key stakeholders in the process, how can they be further supported to maximize any positive outcomes? What does the evaluation tell us for future programming vis-a-vis the “Sport for Protection” approach outlined in the UNHCR /IOC /TDH “Sport for Protection Toolkit” – particularly in terms of what specific practices could be scaled up, scaled down or piloted elsewhere. What are the key recommendations for Sport for Protection programming in displacement situations moving forward? 4.2 Evaluation Methodology This evaluation is intended to be both retroactive and forward-looking, combining both process and performance evaluation approaches. The evaluation methodology should use a combination of quantitative and qualitative methods. UNHCR welcomes the use of diverse and innovative evaluation methods. Data from a wide range of sources and a representative range of stakeholders will need to be triangulated and cross validated so as to ensure the credibility of evaluation findings and conclusions. Data collection is expected to comprise of: 1) desk review and content analysis of relevant background as well as programmatic data and documents; 2) focus group discussions, in-depth interviews and rapid surveys (as appropriate) with UNHCR staff, implementing and operational partners, key interagency stakeholders , development partners and key donors, and; 3) field data collection in the selected country contexts involving a mixed-method approach, which in addition to the above may also include paired-interviews, participatory appraisals, outcome mapping and problem ranking exercises etc., The Evaluation Team will be expected to refine the methodology and final evaluation questions following the initial desk review, country visit and key informant interviews undertaken during the inception phase. The final inception report will specify the evaluation methodology, and the refined focus and scope of the evaluation, including final key evaluation questions, data collection tools and analytical framework. 5. Organisation and conduct of the evaluation 5.1 Evaluation Management and Quality Assurance This evaluation will be co-managed by the UNHCR HQ Evaluation Service (ES), the UNHCR HQ Sports Section and the ORF. The UNHCR Sports Section with the co-management and support of the Olympic Refuge Foundation, will be responsible for: (i) Managing administrative day to day aspects of the evaluation process; (ii) Acting as the main interlocutor with the Evaluation Team; (iii) Facilitating communication with relevant stakeholders to ensure evaluators receive the required data; (iv) Facilitating communication with relevant stakeholders to ensure technical guidance on content, and (v) Reviewing the interim deliverables and final reports to ensure quality, with inputs from the UNHCR Rwanda, Mexico operations, and other HQ entities. The ES Evaluation Manager will share and provide an orientation to Evaluation Quality Assurance (EQA) requirements at the start of the evaluation. Adherence to the EQA will be overseen by the ES Evaluation Manager with support from the UNHCR Evaluation Service as needed. The UNHCR Country Offices concerned will designate a focal point that will assist the Evaluation Managers and Evaluation Team with logistical and administrative arrangements. The Evaluation Managers will remain in close contact with the designated focal point in each location to facilitate mission arrangements. The Evaluation Team will be required to sign the UNHCR Code of Conduct, complete UNHCR’s introductory protection training module, and respect UNHCR’s confidentiality requirements. In line with established standards for evaluation in the UN system, and the UN Ethical Guidelines for evaluations, evaluation in UNHCR is founded on the fundamental principles of independence, impartiality, credibility and utility. These inter-connected principles subsume a number of specific norms that will guide the commissioning, conducting and supporting the use of the evaluation. This includes protecting sources and data, informed consent, respect for dignity and diversity and the minimisation of risk, harm and burden upon those who are the subject of or participating in the evaluation, while at the same time not compromising the integrity of the evaluation. A Reference Group may be established with the participation of the key internal, and external, stakeholders to help guide the process. Members of the Reference Group would be asked to: · Provide suggestions to identify potential materials and resources to be reviewed and key contacts to be considered for key informant interviews. · Review and comment on the draft inception report. · Review and comment on the data collection and data analysis instruments that will be developed by the Evaluation Team. · Review and comment on the draft final reports, validate emerging findings and conclusions. · Advise on the focus of the evaluation recommendations that will form the basis of the Management Response to the review. The final evaluation report is subject to approval from the UNHCR Head of Evaluation Service. Upon completion, the final evaluation report will be published on the UNHCR and ORF websites and will be shared with the Head of ORF, Head of the UNHCR Sports Section and UNHCR Representative and Senior Management Team in Rwanda and Mexico, with the request to formulate the formal management response. The completed Management Response Matrix will also be made available in the public domain. 5.2 Expected Deliverables and Timeline The request for Expressions of Interest will be issued in January 2020, and the selection process and signing of contracts is expected to be completed by February 2020. We anticipate the inception phase for this evaluation would commence in March 2020. An indicative timeline for the evaluation is outlined below. The evaluation is expected to be completed in a maximum of 6 months. Phase 1: Inception including: Initial desk review 1-week inception visit to Rwanda and Mexico country operations and key informant interviews EQA review on the draft inception report Circulation for comments and finalisation Final inception report – including methodology, final evaluation questions and evaluation matrix. Week 1-6 Phase 2: Data collection including: Key stakeholder interviews and FGDs (max. 2 weeks in country and remotely as required); in depth document review; field visits as required. Validation workshop on preliminary findings, conclusions and possible recommendations (in country) Stakeholder feedback on preliminary findings and emerging conclusions Validation/Sense-making workshop on preliminary findings, conclusions and possible recommendations at stakeholder workshop in country. Week 7-12 Phase 3: Data Analysis and Reporting including: Analysis and write up EQA review of draft report, circulation for comments Stakeholder feedback and validation of evaluation findings, conclusions and proposed recommendations Draft final report including recommendations (for circulation and comments) Week 13-18 Phase 4: Finalisation of evaluation report Final Evaluation Report (including recommendations and standalone executive summary) Week 19-22 6. Evaluation team qualifications The evaluation will be undertaken by a team of qualified independent evaluation consultants, comprising of at least a designated Team Leader and one Team Member. Gender balance in the evaluation team will be considered during the selection process. Evaluation Teams are expected to demonstrate evaluation expertise as well as expertise on sport for protection or sport for development in displacement situations/refugee settings, and knowledge of sport for protection approaches. They should also have knowledge of UNHCR’s protection mandate and operational platform. Members of the Evaluation Team must be willing and able to travel to Rwanda and Mexico and ideally be able to work in the required languages of English, Spanish and French. Further required skills and qualifications are outlined below: Evaluation Team Leader: A post-graduate or Master’s degree in social science, development studies, international relations or economics plus a minimum of 12 years of relevant professional experience in humanitarian and/or refugee response settings. Minimum of 5 years of evaluation experience with demonstrated ability in mixed research methodologies in humanitarian and/or refugee operations. Proven experience in research and/or evaluation in refugee settings, and/or with vulnerable and marginalised groups (particularly youth) is essential. Knowledge of sport for protection-related evaluation(s) in humanitarian and/or refugee settings is highly desirable. Proven track record in successfully leading an evaluation team and managing fieldwork in humanitarian and/or refugee response environments. Demonstrable technical expertise in sport in refugee settings, including relevant analytical frameworks and programming approaches and standards. Institutional knowledge of UNHCR’s protection mandate and operational platform. In-depth knowledge of and proven experience with various qualitative and quantitative data collection, analytical methods and techniques – with particular emphasis on qualitative and participatory, conflict- and gender-sensitive approaches. Experience in generating useful and action-oriented recommendations to senior management and programming staff. Evaluation Team Member(s) A post-graduate or Master’s degree in social sciences, development studies, international relations, or economics plus a minimum of 5 years of relevant professional experience, ideally in humanitarian and/or refugee response settings, particularly with vulnerable and/or marginalised groups. Minimum of 4 years’ experience supporting quantitative and qualitative data collection and analysis for evaluation purposes (preferable) or operational research in humanitarian and/or refugee response settings, with particular emphasis on qualitative data, participatory, conflict- and gender-sensitive approaches Demonstrable knowledge and experience of research and/or evaluation of sport in refugee settings is highly desirable. Good knowledge of humanitarian and/or refugee response programming, relevant analytical frameworks and programming approaches and standards. Proven expertise in facilitating participatory workshops involving different groups and participants. Excellent communication and presentation skills. How to apply:Application Process This evaluation requires a minimum 2-person team. Applications can be submitted either by individuals, who UNHCR will place in a team, or as a team. It is important to note only individual contracts can be issued to respective team members, and payments will be made by deliverable. Interested candidates should submit a brief (maximum 5 page) technical proposal outlining how they understand the TOR and proposed methodology. Indicative budgets should be prepared in line with the expected deliverables outlined in section 5.2 and should include any anticipated overhead costs (e.g. translations services) and in-country data collection costs, which are expected to be sub-contracted by the Team Leader directly and remain subject to requisite non-disclosure arrangement. Travel costs and DSA will be paid separately. Interested candidates should also submit completed UNHCR Personal History Form (P11 form - https://www.unhcr.org/how-to-apply.html) for each individual included in the proposal, and a brief cover letter (2-page maximum) to include availability as per indicative timeline, and an outline of how the applicant(s) match the required skills and experience outlined in Section 6. We also request three recent examples of relevant work, and the contact details for three references. Full applications should be submitted electronically to the UNHCR Evaluation Service at hqevaser@unhcr.org with the subject line “Last name, First name. Application Sport for Protection Evaluation”. The deadline for applications is midnight Sunday 9 February 2020.
Head of Compliance and Risk Management
Organization: Norwegian Refugee Council Closing date: 03 Feb 2020 Are you passionate about making the world a better place for people displaced by war and conflict? Are you an influential leader that can build-up structure and includes others within a great collaboration? Norwegian Refugee Council welcomes your interest in an exciting position! The Asia Europe Latin America (AELA) Region of NRC’s field operations is led and overseen from the regional team based in Oslo and covers country operations in Afghanistan, Iran, Myanmar, Bangladesh, Ukraine and Latin America. The Regional Office provides a range of strategic and operational oversight and support to countries within the Region. The purpose of this unit is to build a simple, scalable system that preserves the principle of subsidiarity and promotes accountability to manage risk and improve quality, supporting Country Management Groups to develop and manage Country Office (CO) compliance programs. Additionally, the Unit holds regional oversight of high-risk compliance issues in COs. Additionally, the Unit holds regional oversight of high-risk compliance issues in COs. Through the Compliance Department’s monitoring, the Regional Management Team will receive alerts and trend analyses to address weaknesses and share the responsibility to meet NRC’s compliance obligations and requirements. Our new Head of Compliance and Risk Management will lead the establishment of a Regional Compliance and Risk Management Unit and to lead the unit, comprised initially of one Regional Compliance and Risk Management Specialist.' Duties and responsibilities Provide leadership in the development and implementation of strategies, tools and methods to measure compliance in areas of high organizational risk in the region. Manage the performance and staff development of the members of the Regional Compliance and Risk Management Unit. Compliance and adherence to NRC policies, guidance and procedures and contribute to the development of NRC global compliance approaches, policy, practice and standards. Provide strategic support, advice and capacity building to Country Office staff and management groups on compliance and risk management. Coordinate regional audits, including the implementation of recommendations. Participate in strategy processes within the regional office and country offices. Foster an organisational culture related to risk management, ethics and compliance. Promote the rights of communities and individuals affected by displacement in line with the advocacy strategy. Qualifications Minimum of 5 years of humanitarian management experience, including an oversight and control role Experience from working in complex contexts In depth knowledge of issues relating to compliance within a complex international aid agency Knowledge and understanding of a wide range of related disciplines (including programme implementation, finance, grants management, , HR, risk management, safeguarding, security) Knowledge of the application counter-terrorism legislation and sanctions on humanitarian assistance Knowledge about own leadership skills/profile Documented/proven results related to the position’s responsibilities Fluency in English, both written-verbal and Spanish will be an important asset. Personal qualities To be successful in this role, you need to be an influential leader who can build up strong collaboration and a positive working environment for others. You have the ability to engage a range of senior and/or specialist colleagues in a review and change process. You have an analytical mindset and you are great at creating structure. You possess a natural authority and you take pride in evaluating the situations efficiently and understanding the regions' needs. We can offer Job Description Challenging, meaningful and varied work! A strongly committed, international team in a well-known humanitarian knowledge organisation The position is a 2 year contract. Duty station Head Office in Oslo, alternatively other duty stations (to be discussed) Salary by agreement, good pension and insurance schemes Travel to be expected, approximately 30 %. Only CVs and applications submitted in Webcruiter will be considered. NRC reserves the right to conduct a full background check on candidates. All NRC employees are expected to work in accordance with the organisation's values;To be dedicated, innovative, inclusive and accountable are attitudes and beliefs that shall guide our actions and relationships. How to apply:https://255038300.webcruiter.no/Main/Recruit/Public/4180361238?link_source_id=0
United States of America: Refugee Cash Assistance (RCA) Case Manager
Organization: Refugee Services of Texas Country: United States of America Closing date: 29 Feb 2020 Essential Functions: ● Conduct intakes and needs assessments for refugee clients referred to the Cash (RCA) and Medical Assistance (CMA) Program ● Develop an individualized service plan and identify activities to complete the service plan based on the client needs assessment ● Identify new referral resources that will facilitate and assist client self-sufficiency ● Coordinate with staff of other RST programs for RCA enrollment of eligible clients ● Confirm client eligibility for the first and second phases of RCA in a timely manner to ensure clients receive full RCA benefits in accordance with program regulations ● Provide intake and orientation for all eligible clients ● Maintain up-to-date RCA Provider Manual and knowledge of RCA program requirements ● Maintain timely case notes and case files per program requirements ● Enter client date into the RST and funder databases in a timely manner as directed ● Refer non-exempt clients to the associated employment program; act on client non-compliance as soon as reported by employment program ● Process check requests for client cash benefit disbursement and assist with the distribution of client checks including client signatures indicating cash benefit receipt ● Serve as an advocate for clients ● Other duties as assigned Job Requirements: Education: ● Graduate of an accredited 4 year college or university preferred ● A comparable amount of training and experience may be substituted for degree Experience: ● Background in social services required ● Experience working with diverse populations and/or refugee social services programs preferred ● Experience and education may be substituted for one another Knowledge/Skills: ● High English language proficiency and excellent communication skills, both verbal and written, required ● High level of computer literacy required ● Fluency in an additional language spoken by the client base preferred (Arabic, Spanish, French) ● Ability to multitask and prioritize work Licenses/Certifications: None at this time How to apply:Apply Here
Central African Republic: OFFICIER FORMATION PROFESSIONNELLE DES JEUNES- NATIONAL SEULEMENT-DÉLOCALISÉ
Organization: Mercy Corps Country: Central African Republic Closing date: 31 Jan 2020 I- DESCRIPTION DE L’ORGANISATION : Mercy Corps est une organisation internationale de premier plan animée par la conviction qu'il est possible de bâtir un monde meilleur. Pour faire face aux catastrophes et aux difficultés, nous avons établi des partenariats dans plus de 44 pays afin de mettre en œuvre des solutions audacieuses et aider les populations à surmonter l'adversité et construire de l’intérieur des communautés plus fortes, pour aujourd'hui et pour demain. II- SOMMAIRE DU PROGRAMME / DEPARTEMENT : Mercy Corps travaille dans des lieux de transition, où les conflits, les catastrophes, les bouleversements politiques ou les effondrements économiques offrent des possibilités de bâtir des communautés plus sûres, productives et plus justes. En apportant des secours d'urgence en temps de crise, nous agissons rapidement pour aider les communautés à se relever, à renforcer leur résilience face aux chocs futurs et à promouvoir un changement durable en soutenant les initiatives menées par les communautés et le marché. Conscients du grand potentiel et des défis complexes auxquels sont confrontées la RCA et la région Afrique, Mercy Corps a mis en œuvre une série de programmes d’aide humanitaire et de développement adaptés aux besoins spécifiques de la région et des communautés dans lesquelles nous travaillons. Mercy Corps trouvera un coordonnateur Consortium pour diriger la mise en œuvre du programme quadriennal « Formation et emploi des jeunes en République centrafricaine » finance par l’AFD. Le programme proposé travaillera avec les services compétents pour renforcer la qualité de l’offre de formation professionnelle, l’insertion des jeunes (filles et garçons) et le renforcement de la coordination et de la gouvernance des centres de formation dans Bangui et ses périphéries et le Sud-Ouest du pays (Lobaye, Mambéré-Kadéi, Sangha Mbaéré, Nana-Mambéré). III- SOMMAIRE DU POSTE : L’officier formation professionnelle des jeunes sera en charge de la supervision d’une equipe de deux agents qui travaillera en etroite collaboration avec les centres de formation identifiés et sélectionnés pour la mise en œuvre des activites prevues dans le cadre du renforcement de la qualite des offres de formation et avec les autorites et structures compétentes pour l’identification et l’appui à la formation professionnelle de jeunes vulnerables. IV- FONCTIONS ESSENTIELLES : Superviser l’identification des Centre de formation (CF) et des ateliers d’apprentissage (AA) et la reactualisation des bases de donnees des CF Superviser l’identification et l’orientation des jeunes vulnerables dans le choix des flieres de formation et suivi de leur formation ; Superviser le suivi et accompagnement de la mise en œuvre des plans de renforcement du personnel des CF et AA ; Participer a l’organisation et a la supervision des evaluations de competences au niveau des CF et AA ; Appuyer l’APM dans la planification et la validation des achats des équipements et services destines aux CF et AA ; Suivi des programmes de formation au niveau des CF et AA ; Participer à la validation des supports pédagogiques au niveau des CF et AA Assurer le reporting périodique des activités dans sa zone de responsabilite Toute autre activite en lien avec le projet sur demande de sa hiérarchie V- AUTRES · Participer au suivi des activites en cours · Assurer toutes autres taches demandées par son n+ 1. · Assurer le suivi des activités pendant les absences de son n+1 · Etre flexible suivant les besoins de la mission. · Puisque occupant un poste stratégique dans la mission, fera preuve d’une grande rigueur, de confidentialité et d’honnêteté dans son travail. · Il ne pourra divulguer les informations personnelles ou stratégiques de la mission sans en demander l’autorisation explicite de son supérieur. · Participe activement à la prévention de tout ce qui va à l’encontre du code de conduite et en informe la direction · Informe le directeur des opérations (ou le Directeur Pays si le directeur des opérations est concerné) de tout abus ou de suspicion d’abus VI- DEVELOPPEMENT PROFESSIONNEL : Dans le cadre de notre engagement envers le développement professionnel et fondée sur notre compréhension que les organisations qui se développent continuellement sont plus efficaces, efficientes et pertinentes pour les communautés qu'elles desservent- nous attendons de tous les membres de l'équipe de dédier 5% de leur temps à des activités d'apprentissage/développement professionnel qui bénéficient à Mercy Corps ainsi qu’à eux-mêmes. VII- REDEVABILITE ENVERS LES BENEFICIAIRES : Les membres de l'équipe de Mercy Corps se doivent de soutenir tous les efforts en matière de responsabilité, en particulier face à nos bénéficiaires et dans le respect des normes internationales tout en engageant activement les communautés bénéficiaires en tant que partenaires égaux dans la conception, le suivi et l'évaluation de nos projets sur le terrain. VIII- GENRE : Les programmes Mercy Corps sont plus efficaces pour soulager la souffrance, la pauvreté et l'oppression quand les femmes, les hommes, les filles et garçons sont équitablement engagés comme des acteurs actifs de leur implémentation. L’ensemble des membres de l’équipe de Mercy Corps doivent s’engager de à respecter les principes de l'égalité des sexes et de mettre en place une programmation qui soit sensible à l’intégration du genre afin de réaliser notre mission et notre vision pour le changement. IX- FACTEURS DE SUCCES • Sens de l’organisation, • Capacité de travailler sur plusieurs dossiers simultanément, • Qualités de négociation, dans le cadre des relations avec les partenaires sociaux • Esprit d’initiative empreint d’une certaine créativité, dans le suivi et accompagnement des CF et AA ; • Pragmatisme, pour mesurer la pertinence d’une action de formation • Empathie et communication, pour animer son équipes d’agent de terrain, • Capacité d’adaptation : s’intéresser à l’ensemble des métiers présents au sein du projet • Maitrise de la conduite des Motos • La maitrise du Sango • Adhérer et respecter les principes et valeurs de Mercy Corps • Habilite relationnelle et interculturelle avec les partenaires et les apprenants, X- EXPÉRIENCES ET QUALIFICATIONS • Connaissance du secteur de la formation professionnelle • Bonne compréhension de la problématique de la formation professionnelle et de la gestion des centres de formation en RCA, • Capacité de mettre en place des actions de formation pertinentes. • Bonne culture juridique : sans être un expert en droit social, pouvoir appréhender et suivre facilement le cadre légal qui entoure la formation professionnelle. • Forte culture de communication (radio, journaux, etc.) et de coordination des activités multi acteurs • Maîtrise de l’outil bureautique, des outils pédagogiques numériques. • Gestion de projets et gestion financière, • Etre titulaire au minimum d’un diplôme de Licence ou de master (Formation Bac +3 – 5) en gestion, administration générale, ou sciences sociales), • Bonne capacité d’encadrement d’équipes opérationnelles • Compétences rédactionnelles en français RESPONSABILITE DE SUPERVISION : Supervise les activités des agents terrain dans la mise en œuvre des activités du projet. RAPPORTE DIRECTEMENT A : Assistant chef de projet TRAVAILLE DIRECTEMENT AVEC : les autres officiers, le Gestionnaire des bases de données How to apply:DÉPÔT DES CANDIDATURES Le dossier de candidature devra être composé des éléments suivant : · Une lettre démontrant la motivation du candidat pour le profil demandé ; · Un Curriculum Vitae à jour ; · Les noms, numéros de téléphones et qualités de trois employeurs ou superviseurs précédent · Copie des diplômes et attestations de travail. DATE LIMITE POUR DÉPÔT DE DOSSIERS: Le 31 Janvier 2020 Veuillez envoyer votre dossier de candidature par email à l’adresse cf-hr@mercycorps.org Merci de préciser en sujet de votre email l’intitulé du poste et le lieu du poste Bangui ou Bouar. Les candidatures féminines sont vivement encouragées
France: FRANCE – STAGE : ASSISTANT·E DU DIRECTEUR GÉNÉRAL – CLICHY
Organization: Solidarités International Country: France Closing date: 27 Mar 2020 A pourvoir : Février/mars 2019 Durée : 6 mois Lieu du stage : Siège de SOLIDARITÉS INTERNATIONAL à Clichy-la-Garenne (92110). QUE FAISONS NOUS… SOLIDARITÉS INTERNATIONAL (SI) est une association d’aide humanitaire internationale qui, depuis presque 40 ans, porte secours aux populations victimes de conflits armés et de catastrophes naturelles en répondant aux besoins vitaux : boire, manger, s’abriter. Particulièrement engagée dans le combat contre les maladies liées à l’eau insalubre, première cause de mortalité au monde, SI met en œuvre par ses interventions une expertise dans le domaine de l’accès à l’eau potable, l’assainissement et la promotion de l’hygiène mais également dans celui, essentiel, de la sécurité alimentaire et des moyens d’existence. Présentes dans une vingtaine de pays environ, les équipes de SI – 2000 personnes au total composées d’expatriés, de staffs nationaux, de permanents au siège, de quelques bénévoles… – interviennent avec professionnalisme et engagement dans le respect des cultures. Vous portez un grand intérêt à l’aide humanitaire, à la géopolitique et vous souhaitez aborder ces questions de manière concrète, auprès de la direction d’une ONG d’aide humanitaire. Vous êtes autonome, possédez des qualités rédactionnelles et de synthèse, et appréciez accomplir des tâches polyvalentes : rédaction de notes de synthèse, recherches sur des thèmes géopolitiques en lien avec l’action humanitaire, soutien à l’organisation d’évènements, appui à la communication interne de l’association, etc. Il n’est pas nécessaire d’avoir une expérience antérieure dans le milieu humanitaire. DESCRIPTIF DU POSTE Votre travail sera basé au siège de SOLIDARITÉS INTERNATIONAL. Vous assisterez le directeur général de l’association dans le cadre de ses missions diverses : plaidoyer pour une meilleure représentation de l’aide humanitaire de terrain et engagée dans les instances humanitaires, représentation auprès du grand public et développement de la notoriété de l’association, recherche de financements innovants pour l’aide humanitaire, gestion courante de l’association et du comité de direction, liaison avec les instances de gouvernance de l’association, … Vous soutiendrez son action par vos recherches pertinentes, votre participation à diverses réunions en lien avec l’action humanitaire et par votre aide à l’organisation d’évènements internes et externes. Le directeur général est impliqué sur de nombreux chantiers passionnants à l’interne comme à l’externe, au cœur des enjeux actuels de l’aide humanitaire et de ses intenses évolutions. Support au lien avec la gouvernance Appui à la préparation logistique des RDV de gouvernance CA, AG, bureaux Finalisation et envoi des convocations, documents aux administrateurs Organisation des salles, impression des documents et supervision de la restauration Support à la consolidation des rapports trimestriels et annuels à la gouvernance Appui à la coordination de la production de documents officiels impliquant les membres de la gouvernance Support au Directeur général et à la communication interne Prise de rendez-vous pour le Directeur général et appui à l’enregistrement et au suivi administratif des missions sur le terrain Support à l’organisation de l’ODJ de la réunion des permanents Mise à jour de l’organigramme siège Support au plaidoyer Directeur Général Travaux de recherche sur des problématiques du secteur humanitaire impliquant l’association, rédaction de notes de synthèse Préparation de notes contextuelles et thématiques dans le cadre de participation DG média et forums (en lien avec la communication et DOAP) Travaux de recherche sur les financements innovants dans le domaine de l’aide humanitaire et appui au développement de tels financements au sein de l’association Recherches juridique et normative sur les questions de droit humanitaire international. Appui à la gestion des adhésions à l’association Suivi et régularisation des adhésions à l’association Mise à jour et gestion de la base de données des adhérents Lien régulier avec les adhérents sur les sujets relatifs à la vie associative Organisation de l’Assemblée générale, dépouillement et comptabilisation des votes, etc. VOTRE PROFIL Formation : Bac+4/5 en Relations Internationales, Sciences-politiques, Droit… Langues : anglais courant (vous serez amené·e à lire beaucoup de documents en anglais). Une autre langue est un plus. Maîtrise du Pack Office (Word, PPT, Excel), compétences en infographie et mise en page (Publisher) appréciées. Qualités requises: autonomie, bonne organisation, réactivité, qualités rédactionnelles et de synthèse. APPORTS DU STAGE Appréhender les grandes problématiques et enjeux de l’environnement humanitaire. Vivre l’action humanitaire au sein de Solidarités International et découvrir le siège d’une ONG humanitaire dans son activité quotidienne. Développer des connaissances profondes sur fonctionnement d’une association Participer à un ensemble de rendez-vous en lien avec l’action humanitaire et comprendre notre rôle dans les coordinations d’ONG et la concertation avec les pouvoirs publics. Participer à une formation destinée aux humanitaires pour les préparer au départ sur le terrain. Les tâches décrites dans cette annonce sont susceptibles d’évoluer en fonction des priorités de l’association et des chantiers en cours. SI VOUS OFFRIRA LES CONDITIONS SUIVANTES Stagiaire avec convention de stage obligatoire. Gratification légale de 577.50€ pour 154 heures de présence (pour 22 jours de 7heures/jour). Transport en commun pris en charge à 50 % par SOLIDARITÉS INTERNATIONAL. Tickets restaurant à 7€/jour effectif de stage, avec participation de SOLIDARITÉS INTERNATIONAL à 60 %. How to apply:Vous reconnaissez-vous dans cette description ? Si oui, envoyez-nous votre CV et Lettre de Motivation à assist.dg@solidarites.org à l’attention d’Alexandre Giraud. Les candidatures contenant uniquement les CV ne seront pas considérées. Solidarités International se réserve la possibilité de clore un recrutement avant la date d’échéance de l’annonce. Merci de votre compréhension. Et pour mieux connaître Solidarités International: www.solidarites.org
Burkina Faso: Child Protection Cluster Coordinator, P3, TA , Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso
Organization: UN Children's Fund Country: Burkina Faso Closing date: 02 Feb 2020 UNICEF works in some of the world’s toughest places, to reach the world’s most disadvantaged children. To save their lives. To defend their rights. To help them fulfill their potential. Across 190 countries and territories, we work for every child, everywhere, every day, to build a better world for everyone. And we never give up. For every child, UNICEF has been working on the ground in 190 countries and territories to promote children's survival, protection and development. The world's largest provider of vaccines for developing countries, UNICEF supports child health and nutrition, good water and sanitation, quality basic education for all boys and girls, and the protection of children from violence, exploitation, and abuse. UNICEF is funded entirely by the voluntary contributions of individuals, businesses, foundations and governments. How can you make a difference? Under the direction and guidance of the UNICEF Burkina Faso representative, and in line with UNICEF’s global commitment to provide effective leadership in the Child Protection Area Of Responsibility, the incumbent will ensure child protection coordination mechanisms in Burkina Faso, provide guidance to all partners on common standards, strategies and approaches, ensure that all critical child protection gaps and vulnerabilities are identified; and that information is provided on roles, responsibilities and accountability to ensure that all gaps are addressed without duplication. Therefore, if you are a committed, creative professional and are passionate about making a lasting difference for children, the world's leading children's rights organization would like to hear from you. Summary of key functions/accountabilities: Maintain effective child protection coordination mechanisms at central and subnational levels with situations of humanitarian concern. Guarantee effective child protection preparedness and response in emergencies. Ensure that Child Protection standards are promoted among Sub Cluster members and capacities built Ensure that child protection concerns and standards are appropriately reflected in inter-sectoral humanitarian coordination fora 1.Maintain effective child protection coordination mechanisms at central and subnational levels with situations of humanitarian concern. Regular updating of Mapping of child protection actors in Burkina Faso and related sectors of interventions/capacities (5Ws and local partners including Community Based Child Protection Networks and Community Based Organizations) Ensure two-way communication with Child Protection Working Groups in the field and respond to their requests In a participatory manner, support the development and implementation of the Child Protection Sub Cluster Work Plan for 2020 and the work plan for the other CP subnational subsectors for 2020 Ensure all Child Protection (CP) relevant actors are engaged as Sub Cluster members and adhere to the Principles of Partnership and the CP minimum standards in emergency Produce sectoral reports and analysis (e.g. SITREPs, quarterly sectoral reports, Burkina Faso Humanitarian Fund reports etc) 2.Guarantee effective child protection preparedness and response in emergencies. Promote interagency/inter-sectoral Child Protection needs assessments, lead and participate in inter-agency child protection assessments to identify priority child protection issues and advocate for delivery of appropriate response Organize the transparent process for the identification of a qualified CP NGOs to ensure the co-leadership of the CP subcluster at national and subnational levels, in support to the Government Identify response gaps and promote members’ response (including activation of provider of last resort) Develop and regularly update a CP Cluster strategy including objectives and indicators for CP response that are aligned with and support realization of the strategic priorities set out by the Resident/Humanitarian Coordinator for the overarching humanitarian response, the Child Protection Minimum Standards, and the Convention on the Rights of the Child Support development and updating of Child Protection interagency cluster Contingency plan Coordinate relevant child protection inputs to the Humanitarian Action Plan and the mobilization of resources through humanitarian funding mechanisms in South Sudan, including Pooled Fund, CERF 3.Ensure that Child Protection standards are promoted among Sub Cluster members and capacities built Disseminate Child Protection upcoming tools (assessments, guidelines, technical documents etc) in coordination with the Child Protection Working Group in Geneva and ensure responses are in line with existing policy standards and technical guidelines Map capacity building needs of Sub Cluster and Working Group members and develop an inter-agency Child Protection in Emergency (CPiE) capacity building plan that identifies and prioritizes inter-agency training and capacity building needs of CP staff and partners (international, national, and local) to enhance CP coordination and program implementation. In particular, support roll out of the inter-agency Minimum Standards for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action by all CP actors and South Sudan, Introduction and roll out of CPIMS+, Inter-Agency Case Management Guidelines Ensure a functioning platform for information sharing and Child Protection library / resources gateway Ensure the review of the national guidelines on case management for its appropriate adaptation to the emergency context Support the scaling up and functioning of the CPIMS+/PRIMERO in the emergency affected regions. Promote the collection of Child Protection data-indicators and relevant analysis at Child Protection Working Group level using innovative mechanisms 4.Ensure that child protection concerns and standards are appropriately reflected in inter-sectoral humanitarian coordination fora Participate in Protection, gender-based violence (GBV) and other relevant Clusters Participate in Inter Cluster Coordination Mechanisms and provide Child Protection inputs to the Humanitarian Country Team plans and meetings Provide technical assistance for the design of a mainstreaming Child Protection matrix and advocate with other clusters for Child Protection issues mainstreaming (in particular work with Education cluster on integrating child protection through Child Friendly Spaces and other community based initiatives) Ensure with Protection Cluster that Child Protection issues are included in multi-sectoral assessments and initiatives Promote information sharing with other cluster working groups and with external actors (with the approval of Child Protection Working Group (CPWG) members) to advocate for technical assistance and support Develop an advocacy strategy for issues related to child protection that require sensitization of local authorities or donors and contribute to the development of key messages for broader humanitarian advocacy/messaging initiatives of the protection cluster or the office of the Resident and Humanitarian Coordinator To qualify as an advocate for every child you will have… An advanced university degree (Master’s or higher) in in social sciences, humanities, public administration, or related area, from a recognised tertiary education institution A minimum of 5 years of relevant professional experience in in social sciences, humanities, public administration, or related area, from a recognized tertiary education institution Developing country work experience and/or familiarity with emergency is considered an asset. Fluency inFrench is required. Knowledge of English and another official UN language (Arabic, Chinese, French, Russian or Spanish) or a local language is an asset. For every Child, you demonstrate... UNICEF's values of Care, Respect, Integrity, Trust, and Accountability (CRITA) and core competencies in Communication, Working with People and Drive for Results. The functional competencies required for this post are: Leading and Supervising (II) Formulating Strategies and Concepts (II) Analyzing (III) Relating and Networking (III) Deciding and Initiating Action (II) Persuading and Influencing (III) Applying Technical Expertise (III) Planning and Organizing (III) Adapting and Responding to Change (II) Coping with Pressure and Setbacks (III) View our competency framework at http://www.unicef.org/about/employ/files/UNICEF_Competencies.pdf UNICEF is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce, and encourages all candidates, irrespective of gender, nationality, religious and ethnic backgrounds, including persons living with disabilities, to apply to become a part of the organization. UNICEF has a zero-tolerance policy on conduct that is incompatible with the aims and objectives of the United Nations and UNICEF, including sexual exploitation and abuse, sexual harassment, abuse of authority and discrimination. UNICEF also adheres to strict child safeguarding principles. All selected candidates will, therefore, undergo rigorous reference and background checks, and will be expected to adhere to these standards and principles. Remarks: Mobility is a condition of international professional employment with UNICEF and an underlying premise of the international civil service. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted and advance to the next stage of the selection process. How to apply:UNICEF is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce, and encourages qualified female and male candidates from all national, religious and ethnic backgrounds, including persons living with disabilities, to apply to become a part of our organization. To apply, click on the following link http://www.unicef.org/about/employ/?job=529211
JPO position - Humanitarian Child Protection Officer (P-2), Addis Ababa, open to Finnish nationals only
Organization: UN Children's Fund Closing date: 16 Feb 2020 UNICEF works in some of the world’s toughest places, to reach the world’s most disadvantaged children. To save their lives. To defend their rights. To help them fulfill their potential. Across 190 countries and territories, we work for every child, everywhere, every day, to build a better world for everyone. And we never give up. For every child, protection The UNICEF Office to the AU& ECA was established to lead, facilitate and coordinate UNICEF’s engagement with the African Union and its Organs so that child rights issues remain high in the AU agenda. UNICEF recently developed an engagement strategy with the African Union (AU) which overall objective is to contribute to positioning and advancing the rights of children and young people in its work, with a focus on consolidating results achieved and accelerating progress for children and young people. The AU-UNICEF cooperation framework sets four (4) main objectives being operationalized in a 2-year work plan 2019-2020: Accelerating children’s rights and protection on the continent; Catalysing young people’s development in Africa; Protecting children and young people in fragile and humanitarian contexts; Strengthening partnerships to deliver results for children. How can you make a difference? The position supports UNICEF AU&ECA; Office engagement with the AU towards strengthening protection mechanisms of children and young people in fragile and humanitarian contexts. Under the supervision of the Representative, the Humanitarian Child Protection Officer will be responsible for the following duties: Monitors, analyzes and reports on AU engagement in humanitarian fronts (migrations, disasters relief, post-electoral conflicts and armed conflicts) in the continent. Provides support and technical assistance to the relevant AUC Divisions involve in humanitarian actions to ensure that Child protection dimensions are appropriately integrated in responses programs and decisions. In consultation with UNICEF Emergencies Technical teams and Child Protection Advisors, provides inputs to AU policy and program documents related to humanitarian and peace building;Act as focal point for the following specific advocacy initiatives: Children Affected by Armed Conflicts (CAAC), Children on the Move (CoM), Silencing the Guns. In that regard, monitors, reports and coordinates UNICEF engagements with the AUC and other UN Agencies in these initiatives. Contributes to preparing concept and briefing notes, speeches for high-level events related to humanitarian and peace and security. This includes, AU Summits, STC, Technical meetings, RCM meetings, AU-UNICEF top leadership meetings etc… Prepares or contributes to the preparation of various written reports, documents and communications, e.g. drafts sections of studies, background papers, policy guidelines, parliamentary documents, briefings, case studies, presentations, correspondence, etc. To qualify as an advocate for every child you will have… Advanced university Degree (master’s degree or equivalent) in Humanitarian Law, International Development, Economic or related social science field, or relevant first-level university degree (Bachelor's) in conjunction with a valid relevant professional certification is required.A minimum of two years of professional experience mainly in preparedness and/or humanitarian action is required. Understanding of development and humanitarian work. Emergency experience an advantage. Familiarity with the AU or any other Regional political institution is a considerable advantage Fluency in English and French is required. Knowledge of another official UN language or local language of the duty station is considered as an asset. For every Child, you demonstrate... UNICEF's values of Care, Respect, Integrity, Trust, and Accountability (CRITA) and core competencies in Communication, Working with People and Drive for Results. The functional competencies required for this post are... Core Values: Commitment, Diversity and inclusion, Integrity Core competencies: Communication (II), Working with people (I), Drive for results (I) Functional Competencies: Formulating strategies and concepts (I), Analysing (II), Applying technical expertise ((II), Learning and researching (II), Planning and organizing (II) View our competency framework at http://www.unicef.org/about/employ/files/UNICEF_Competencies.pdf UNICEF is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce, and encourages all candidates, irrespective of gender, nationality, religious and ethnic backgrounds, including persons living with disabilities, to apply to become a part of the organization. UNICEF has a zero-tolerance policy on conduct that is incompatible with the aims and objectives of the United Nations and UNICEF, including sexual exploitation and abuse, sexual harassment, abuse of authority and discrimination. UNICEF also adheres to strict child safeguarding principles. All selected candidates will, therefore, undergo rigorous reference and background checks, and will be expected to adhere to these standards and principles. Remarks: Please note that this is a Junior Professional Officer (JPO) position open to Finnish nationals only. The JPO training programme includes the following learning elements: Pre-Boarding: UNICEF Context, organizational culture and values; On Boarding: Build and expand core knowledge of UNICEF’s functional context; Human Resources /Ethics; JPO Orientation Programme – Designed towards development of professional skills and personal insights into performance and collaboration and create and understanding of how the organization functions and carries out its missions around the world; E-learning opportunities in performance management: create the conditions for high performance and development; E-learning opportunities on basic UNICEF programme & operational Strategies: assimilate UNICEF’s approaches to programming and operations; thematic programme areas; as well as cross-cutting function areas; JPO Coaching, Mentoring and Buddy Programme – driven by individual needs and targeted towards insights into organizational culture and targeted training opportunities and support. Stretch assignments- opportunity, normally from to max of six months that goes beyond the current description and creates an opportunity to learn new skills in a different Duty Station, Division or Section Career transition programme designed to help the JPOs plan their career development within UNICEF and help them actualize their career aspirations. The JPO position includes a Duty travel and training allowance (DTTA) of $4000 per year which may be used for learning activities related to the assignment and career development. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted and advance to the next stage of the selection process. How to apply:UNICEF is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce, and encourages qualified female and male candidates from all national, religious and ethnic backgrounds, including persons living with disabilities, to apply to become a part of our organization. To apply, click on the following link http://www.unicef.org/about/employ/?job=529200
Lebanon: PROGRAM MANAGER LEBANON PROTECTION CONSORTIUM
Organization: We World GVC Country: Lebanon Closing date: 05 Feb 2020 Location: Beirut, Lebanon, with 30% field travel inside Lebanon Job Title: Program Manager Type of contract: 12 months with possibility of extension (including a 3 months as probation period) Starting date: ASAP Gross salary: To be defined according to the candidate's profile (maximum 6000 Euros) We World-GVC, recently constituted from the merger of two NGOs, is an Italian secular and independent organization working since 1971 in international cooperation and humanitarian aid. Present in 29 countries with 128 projects, We World-GVC operates in the following areas of assistance: human rights (gender equality, prevention and combating violence against children and women, migration), humanitarian aid (prevention, emergency relief and rehabilitation), food security, access to water, health and hygiene, education, global citizenship education, quality teaching and international volunteering. We World-GVC works mostly with girls, boys, women and youth, actors of change in every community for a fairer and more inclusive world. Supports people overcoming emergencies and guarantees a life with dignity, opportunities and a better future through human and economic development programs, in the framework of the 2030 Agenda. Joining the We World-GVC team means being part of the development of a dynamic organisation where the contribution of each staff member is promoted and valued, working together towards the collective achievement of shared goals and vision. Working context GVC has been working in Lebanon since 2006, and within the Syrian crisis response since 2012. Historically the organization has implemented activities related to basic assistance, WASH service provision and infrastructure; livelihood and protection and inclusion activities. Currently We World-GVC works in both Humanitarian and Development, aiming to: Provide access to basic assistance; Strengthen the protection of vulnerable communities through an integrated community-based approach; Enhance socio-economic development; Improve local water provision system through No Revenue Water approach. At present the main donors are: Italian Cooperation (AICS), EU (ECHO, MADAD Trust Fund), UN. We World-GVC is now a member of an ECHO funded protection-focused programme, delivered by a consortium led by NRC and comprising We World-GVC and ACF. The challenge for humanitarian actors is to improve the overall accountability and effectiveness of aid; ensuring that programming outside of multi-purpose cash assistance is community-driven, where appropriate, and based on vulnerability analysis, prioritisation of needs and appropriate and timely response. The overall framework of the programme revolves around three inter-related and complementary outcomes to address this challenge: 1. Generating the required data appropriate to inform the response and related advocacy; 2. The provision of a targeted and adequate response with clear protection outcomes; and 3. Evidence-based programme advocacy with a focus on the coercive environment and ensuring effectiveness of aid. This consortium will see the roll out of the Community Protection Approach (CPA), originally developed by We World-GVC and implemented by all members within the consortium. This approach consists on a context-specific risk protection analysis and related integrated response in the framework of guaranteeing community empowerment and accountability to affected people. It aims at addressing the risks affecting communities and individuals with a diverse and tailored integrated plan designed to achieve a protection outcome that tackles the chronic precariousness affecting the daily life. The on-going monitoring of the responses through the CPA instruments informs programming changes and tailored advocacy actions. Job description Within this framework, We World-GVC is recruiting a Program Manager (PM) who will be responsible to design the overall strategy and support the consortium members in the management and implementation of the Community Protection Approach. Key responsibilities include leading the coordination of partners in the design of the integrated response, including: delivery of high quality programming; developing common Standard Operating Procedures and tools; forging strong relationships between consortium members and with key technical consortium counterparts participating in CPA processes or PRP implementation, attending UN-led sectorial working groups and support field coordination between the LPC and sector lead actors. The PM is accountable and works under the line management of the Consortium Manager (CM), will be seconded to the Consortium Secretariat office in NRC Beirut, and follows its logistics, administrative and financial procedures. The We World-GVC Country director will administratively manage the PM. Main tasks and responsibilities Strategic planning and project leadership (20%) Contribute to assuring the continuous quality and improvement of the overarching Community Protection Approach (CPA) in coordination with the Partners’ Technical Focal Points and the protection and advocacy adviser in the Consortium Management Unit Attend part of the Board and steering committee meetings on ad hoc basis upon request of the CM or board members. During those meetings, he/she will report on: Implementation progress of the CPA Technical issues faced and suggested solutions to overcome them Ensure strong internal communication with CPA delivery teams, staff in the Consortium Management Unit and Consortium Members Develop a longer term strategy for the delivery of the CPA component of the project, including targets and milestones to ensure project delivery is managed in line with project commitments In collaboration with the CM coordinate the strategic development of the project, in particular the integration of the component coherently to the overall approach Responsible of leading the dedicated CPA Technical Group and facilitating the communication with the other Consortium Technical groups Coordination, advocacy and representation (35%) Ensure systems, Terms of Reference, Standard Operating Procedures, tools and procedures are in place for the CPA Provide technical inputs to the Consortium Management Unit and Technical Working Groups to maintain a high level of project quality and promote continual improvement of the consortium response in relation to the CPA Quality assure the Protection Response Plans in terms of content to allow for prioritisation of responses Develop IM products based on the data generated throughout the CPA process, including programmatic analysis of Protection Response Plans (PRPs) In coordination with the CM, represent the Consortium with relevant humanitarian/crisis response mechanisms, events and fora, as well as in the humanitarian/crisis response community Lead consortium members to address and facilitate the solution of technical issues relating to the CPA as well as ensuring a functional good flow of information and efficient communication between partners Work closely with the Protection Manager, M&E; Manager as well as Advocacy Manager, to provide guidance on linking the consortium advocacy with the field work and results Project delivery (30%) Conduct internal planning and progress review meetings and ensure regular monitoring is taking place at different levels in coordination with other agencies on the CPA work plan Ensure the consortium is in line with humanitarian and protection principles in the implementation of the CPA Ensure that regular lessons-learnt workshops are organized to improve the mechanism, and maintain a high level of project quality Provide advice to guarantee that the project is appropriately staffed across consortium members in regards to the delivery of CPA, including the appropriate combination of expertise across technical and operational areas Conduct weekly field monitoring of activities Institutional Knowledge Building (15%) Document lessons learned, processes, best cases and quick-win solutions on the CPA on the basis of the experiences acquired by the Consortium. ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS Qualifications and Knowledge: Master Degree in social science, sociology, anthropology or similar subject Fluent in English both written and verbal Expertise in Protection Information Management (PIM) principles and data analysis Professional experience: Minimum 10 years’ experience working in a humanitarian/protracted crisis Experience in programme representation at national or international levels Experience or knowledge or of working in consortia, partnerships or equivalent structures Experience of working in integrated programmes Skills and Abilities: Good leadership and communication skills Highly organised and able to work respecting deadlines Passionate in the job, flexibility to adjust to changes Ability to work in team with respect Understanding of and commitment to humanitarian principles and values Driving licence DESIRABLE REQUIREMENTS Previous experience in the Middle East Knowledge of the humanitarian context in Lebanon Experience in advocacy and communications Knowledge of Arabic How to apply:Application deadline: 5 February 2020 Application procedure: Send your CV and Cover Letter to careers@gvc.weworld.it with reference L1. Only preselected candidates will be contacted; the applications will be reviewed as they are received and the position may be awarded before the deadline.
South Sudan: Programme Policy Consultant (VAM & FSCL) (113253)
Organization: World Food Programme Country: South Sudan Closing date: 29 Jan 2020 JOB PURPOSE The Food Security Assessment Officer’s role aims to: support the FSL cluster (WFP, FAO and NGO partners) and WFP/ VAM Unit to provide good quality food security information that can assist in supporting a more effective humanitarian response. KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES (not all-inclusive) Support and lead quality needs assessments that are IPC compatible and that inform more appropriate responses Supporting the bi annual Integrated Food Security Phase Classification (IPC) analyses Supporting the bi annual Food Security & Nutrition Monitoring System (FSNMS) Supporting the fortnightly Needs Analysis Working Group Providing data analysis support to FSLC partners Training & capacity building: formal sessions, in-field coaching, mentoring of teams going to the field etc. Support and engagement with state and county level sub clusters Advocacy through detailed and informative report writing & presentations 4Ps CORE ORGANISATIONAL CAPABILITIES Purpose Understand and communicate the Strategic Objectives: Understands WFP’s Strategic Objectives and the link to own work objectives. Be a force for positive change: Flexibly adapts individual contributions to accommodate changes in direction from supervisors and internal/external changes (such as evolving needs of beneficiaries, new requirements of partners). Make the mission inspiring to our team: Recognizes and shares with team members the ways in which individual contributions relate to WFP’s mission. Make our mission visible in everyday actions: Sets own goals in alignment with WFP’s overall operations, and is able to communicate this link to others. People Look for ways to strengthen people's skills: Assesses own strengths and weaknesses to increase self-awareness, and includes these in conversations on own developmental needs. Create an inclusive culture: Participates in open dialogue, and values the diverse opinion of others, regardless of background, culture, experience, or country assignment. Be a coach & provide constructive feedback: Proactively seeks feedback and coaching to build confidence, and develop and improve individual skills. Create an “I will”/”We will” spirit: Participates in accomplishing team activities and goals in the face of challenging circumstances. Performance Encourage innovation & creative solutions: Shows willingness to explore and experiment with new ideas and approaches in own work. Focus on getting results: Consistently delivers results within individual scope of work on time, on budget and without errors. Make commitments and make good on commitments: Commits to upholding individual accountabilities and responsibilities in the face of ever-changing country or functional priorities. Be Decisive: Makes rational decisions about individual activities when faced with uncertain circumstances, including in times of ambiguity regarding information or manager direction. Partnership Connect and share across WFP units: Seeks to understand and adapt to internal or cross-unit teams’ priorities and preferred working styles. Build strong external partnerships: Demonstrates ability to understand and appropriately respond to and/or escalate needs of external partners. Be politically agile & adaptable: Portrays an informed and professional demeanor toward internal and external partners and stakeholders. Be clear about the value WFP brings to partnerships: Provides operational support on analyses and assessments that quantifies and demonstrates WFP’s unique value as a partner. How to apply:https://career5.successfactors.eu/sfcareer/jobreqcareer?jobId=113253&company;=C0000168410P&username; TERMS AND CONDITIONS WFP IS AN EQUAL EMPLOYER. QUALIFIED FEMALE CANDIDATES ARE SPECIFICALLY ENCOURAGED TO APPLY. WFP DOES NOT CHARGE ANY FEE AT ANY STAGE OF RECRUITMENT PROCESS. DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS 29TH JANUARY 2020
United States of America: Cyber Security Officer P4
Organization: International Computing Centre Country: United States of America Closing date: 02 Feb 2020 Purpose of the Position: The Cyber Security Officer will provide services to assist and support client organizations in establishing, implementing, maintaining and continually improving a corporate wide information security controls to ensure that information assets are adequately protected with the context of the organization. The Cyber Security Officer will also function as a trusted advisor providing independent advice to client organizations on the security programme strategy and direction in line with business needs. The Cyber Security Officer will provide services to ICC and client organizations either independently or in support of more experienced colleagues in the team, depending on size and complexity of client organization and related needs. Main duties and responsibilities: Under the supervision of the Chief of Cyber Security Section (CPI) and in closed collaboration with the CPI team members, the incumbent is responsible for the following duties: Under close guidance from the Chief, CPI, develop, implement and monitor a strategic, comprehensive enterprise information security and IT risk management program to ensure that the integrity, confidentiality and availability of information is managed and controlled by the client organization. Facilitate information security governance through the implementation of a governance program, including an information security steering committee or advisory board Develop, maintain and publish up-to-date information security policies, standards and guidelines. Oversee the approval, training, and dissemination of security policies and practices Develop and implement cyber security roadmap for ICC partner Organizations Develop and enhance an information security management framework based on the ISO 27000 standards. Create a framework for roles and responsibilities with regard to information ownership, classification, accountability and protection Develop and oversee effective disaster recovery policies and standards to align with enterprise business continuity management program goals. Coordinate the development of implementation plans and procedures to ensure that business-critical services are recovered in the event of a security event. Provide direction, support and in-house consulting in these areas Coordinate information security and risk management projects with resources from the IT organization and business unit teams. Provide strategic risk guidance for IT projects, including the evaluation and recommendation of technical controls Ensure that security programs are in compliance with relevant rules, regulations, policies and standards to minimize or eliminate risks and audit findings Manage security incidents and events to protect corporate IT assets, including intellectual property, sensitive data and the organization’s reputation Monitor the external threat environment for emerging threats, and advise relevant stakeholders on the appropriate courses of action Perform technical security assessments and develop strategies for remediating vulnerabilities and risks identified Work closely with other members of ICC’s cyber security team to develop and deliver new and existing cyber security services Provide other ad hoc support either within CPI or other units as required – this includes the participation in special projects or support to service delivery for short period of time on a part-time or full time basis upon request from the senior management Experience and Skills required: Essential: Minimum of seven years’ experience in information security, risk management, or IT-Security or security incident response or security testing related jobs Employment history must demonstrate increasing levels of responsibility Experience in developing information security policies and procedures, as well as successfully executing programs in a dynamic environment Sound knowledge of information security technologies Ability to understand technical and business aspects of IT risk, and to communicate those risks to management, business and technical units so that the organization can make informed decisions regarding appropriate levels of information security control Strong analytical and problem-solving skills Ability to work well in a demanding, dynamic environment. Ability to act calmly and competently in high-pressure, high-stress situations Knowledge of common information security management frameworks, such as ISO/IEC 27001, ITIL, COBIT, etc High level of personal integrity, as well as the ability to professionally handle confidential matters, and show an appropriate level of judgment and maturity High degree of initiative, dependability and ability to work with little supervision Desirable: Project(s) for achieving and maintaining ISO 27001 certification Three years experience working in security consulting engagements Project management skills and ability to manage multiple projects under strict timelines A working knowledge of business management in international and/or not-for-profit environments Education: Essential: Masters or advanced degree in information security, computer science or related field (or a bachelor’s degree with additional years of work-related experience) Professional security management certification, such as a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), Certified Information Security Manager (CISM), or other similar credentials Desirable: GIAC Certifications (or equivalent) Project Management qualification, such as PRINCE2 Service management qualification, such as ITIL Practitioner Languages: Expert knowledge of English is required Working knowledge of French and/or Spanish is desirable ICC Global Competencies: Producing results: Produces and delivers quality results. Is action oriented and committed to achieving outcomes. Communicating in a credible and effective way: Expresses oneself clearly in conversations and interactions with others; listens actively. Produces effective written communications. Ensures that information is shared. Moving forward in a changing environment: Is open to and proposes new approaches and ideas. Adapts and responds positively to change. Fostering integration and teamwork: Develops and promotes effective relationships with colleagues and team members. Deals constructively with conflicts. Building and promoting partnerships across the organization and beyond: Develops and strengthens internal and external partnerships that can provide information, assistance and support to ICC. Identifies and uses synergies across the Organization and with external partners. How to apply:Compensation: Annual Salary Estimation (net of tax at single rate), including post adjustment (67,5% on November 2019): US$ 121,666. UNICC also offers generous leave and absence allowances, flexible working hours, overtime compensation, teleworking, access to training, and depending on eligibility other benefits such as relocation grant, dependency allowance, language allowance, or education grant. Closing date for applications: Applications will be accepted until midnight (Geneva Time) on 2 February 2020. Notes: Technical and/or personality tests may be carried out as part of the selection process Only short-listed candidates will be contacted Though you may not be selected for this advertised position, the ICC will keep your application in a roster if your profile is deemed to be of potential interest for the Centre. You may thus be solicited by our HR department to participate in an interview for another position Applications from women are particularly encouraged for this vacancy To apply please click here: https://bit.ly/3adeRAq
Iraq: INVITATION TO SUBMIT QUOTATIONS FOR AUDIT SERVICES
Organization: Un Ponte per Country: Iraq, Italy Closing date: 07 Feb 2020 This is an invitation to independent audit firms to provide quotations for two separate financial audits of USAID resources managed by Un Ponte Per (Lot 1) and its local partner (Lot 2). Interested firms can decide to bid either for Lot 1, or Lot 2, or both of them. The guidelines and specifications for the procurement are included in the documentation: Annex I – Instructions to bidders; Annex II – Statement of work (SOW); Annex III – Summary of services requested and auditors offer; Annex IV – Code of conduct for vendors. In order to qualify for the services, audit firms should have the required certifications and expertise to perform independent audits of USAID resources, as indicated in the application documents. Kindly note that: Interested auditors should carefully read the entire documentation and abide by it; All the items part of the offer must comply with the SOW stated in the Annex II; The summary of the offer should be submitted using the template in Annex III, stamped by your company; Firms quoting for both Lot 1 and Lot 2 will be assigned additional marks; The auditor(s) submitting the offer with the best price-quality ratio will be awarded the contract; Audits are expected to take place within the period May - July 2020, including submission of draft audit reports. Final reports can be submitted afterwards, in line with USAID requirements. Offers must be valid for at least 180 days from the date of submission. How to apply:Interested auditors can request the application documents by writing to tender@unponteper.it .
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