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Deadline
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Urban Risk Management Specialist 15 March 2021 Int. Expert UNDP Ethiopia
UNDP
Ethiopia
Addis Ababa (ETH)
English,French
Immediate
12 months
15 March 2021

Minimum age: 35 years old. Nationals of the country of assignment are not eligible, except the assignments in Headquarters duty stations.

Within the delegated authority and under the supervision of UNDP Resilience Project Manager and the the overall guidance of the Head of Division for Environment, Climate Change, Water and Land Management and the day-to-day direction of the Technical Coordinator of the Disaster Risk Reduction Unit, the Urban Risk Management Specialist will provide high quality technical support in areas such as urban risk assessment, early warning systems, preparedness for response and recovery as well as integration of disaster and climate risks in urban planning, infrastructure development and recovery, through coherent policy, strategic and programme advisory services, at the regional and national level, as per the requirements of the AUC.

The UNV will support the AUC in establishing an interdepartmental taskforce on Disaster Risk Reduction with focus on urban resilience and mainstreaming of DRR in relevant AUC Departments, developing an African roadmap on urban risk management, developing and rolling out guidelines for Regional Economic Commissions (RECs) and Member States on urban risk management.

The UNV Urban Risk Management Specialist will be responsible but not limited to the following:

  1. Substantive delivery of urban risk management related technical assistance, and policy and programme support
  • Provide technical support to the development of the AUC guidelines for Urban Risk Management.
  • Provide technical inputs for the design, development, and implementation of urban risk management and resilience building programmes at regional and national levels through the RECs as required.
  • Develop an African roadmap on urban risk management and guidelines, and support rolling out of the guidelines in RECs and Member States with initial piloting in the Sahel;
  • Support AUC to implement the project “strengthening capacities for disaster risk reduction and adaptation for Resilience in the Sahel Region: fostering risk-informed solutions for sustainable development”.
  • Support mainstreaming of Disaster Risk Reduction in general and Urban Risk Management in particular into AUC Departments.
  • Support integration of risk reduction in sustainable urban development and urban risk management at sub-regional and national level.
  • Assist in policy development, including the review and analysis of issues and trends, prepare evaluations or other research activities and studies related to urban risk management.
  • Ensure the integration of cross-cutting issues, such as gender, peace building, rights of persons with disabilities, human rights, and resilience into all urban risk management-related activities, monitoring, and reporting.
  • Assist DRR Unit with the delivery of policy and technical support in the area of urban risk management and resilience building, in contribution to the implementation of the Sendai Framework for DRR and the Africa Programme of Action.
  • Participate in field missions, when required, including in post-disaster situations and provide technical and coordination support for the conduct of Post-Disaster Needs Assessments (PDNA) and the development of Recovery Frameworks (RF) as it relates to urban risk reduction and recovery.
  • Appraise country requests for support in case of disasters and contribute to the preparation of project proposals and funding requests related to urban recovery and resilience building in post-disaster situations, in consultation with national and regional partners, ensuring that the needs of the vulnerable populations are adequately reflected.
  • Collaborate with AUC, RECs, specialized agencies as well as other thematic teams on programmes related to urban risk management and resilience building, including linkages to climate change, livelihoods, displacement, fragility and gender issues.
  • Contribute to the development of strategy and approaches to increase regional and national capacities for urban risk management and risk-informed urban development, including its integration in national and regional disaster risk reduction and recovery strategies, policies and legislative system, or developing standalone urban risk management strategies.
  • Support the implementation of regional urban risk management, resilience building and recovery programmes and projects.
  • Serve as AUC’s resource person for the project “strengthening capacities for disaster risk reduction and adaptation for Resilience in the Sahel Region: fostering risk-informed solutions for sustainable development”.
  1. Substantive development of urban risk management related tools and resources
  • Develop a continental framework that offers systematic and pragmatic approaches and tools for assessing urban resilience and for developing urban risk management plans in Africa.
  • Support the development and delivery of urban risk management related training modules/guidance/tools for regional entities and Member States to facilitate the practice of urban risk analyses/assessments, early warning systems, preparedness in response and recovery, integration of risks in urban planning/infrastructure development, and post-disaster recovery in urban areas.
  • Provide technical expertise in developing tools, methodologies and producing knowledge management products on urban risk management, with linkages to disaster risk reduction, resilience, climate change and other relevant themes.
  • Provide technical expertise, as required, on the content development for regional/country-level knowledge products through the analysis of data, case evidence, and research findings on urban risk management.
  • Promote and enhance urban risk management approaches that link climate change adaptation with disaster risk reduction and risk-informed programming.

  1. Knowledge management and community of practice for urban resilience and risk management
  • Build the knowledge base and documented experience to further substantiate the link between urban disasters, urbanization processes, urban governance, development planning, infrastructure development and basic services in Africa.
  • Compile, analyze, report and codify urban risk management and recovery experiences and lessons learned in Africa.
  • Support the development and effective application of knowledge products and policy documents.
  • Provide relevant substantive inputs to build and strengthen a regional Community of Practice on urban resilience in Africa, including with the UN system, the EU, the World Bank, other Regional Intergovernmental Organizations, Regional Development Banks, bilateral partners, external experts, etc.
  • Advocate and enable facilitation of exchanges and experiences sharing related to urban risk management and resilience between institutions and specialized agencies, among Member States, between RECs within Africa as well as through South-South cooperation, where valuable.
  • Support capacity building of AUC DRR Unit and other departments and Specialised Agencies, Member States (including national disaster management institutions, urban local bodies), and other governmental and non-governmental stakeholders such as the academia/research institutions, civil society organizations and the private sector in urban risk management, including in the application of urban risk management tools and practices.
  • Strengthen linkages with DRR and climate change communities of practice, both inside the AUC, with relevant entities within the RECs and Member States.
  • Support the DRR Unit and the AUC in responding to RECs and Member State requests for information on global/regional/national best practices and experiences on urban risk management together with partners and expert institutions.
  1. Advocacy and partner engagement for effective policy positioning on urban risk management
  • Work in close collaboration with members of the DRR Unit, DREA and other relevant Departments of the AUC to promote urban risk management at the Regional, National and sub-national/local levels.
  • Support AUC in leveraging its policy leadership and convening power in advocating for and ensuring that the Member States take into account the multi-dimensional risks (disaster, climate and conflict) in urban planning, infrastructure development and urban risk management processes.
  • Contribute to the development and nurturing of partnerships between RECs and between Member States (especially on cross-border processes related to urbanization, migration, risk reduction and recovery), different organs of the AUC, and with the EU, World Bank, UN agencies and regional intergovernmental organizations, bilateral partners, think tanks, academic institutions and non-governmental organizations to foster and strengthen the practice of urban risk management and sustainable urban development.
  • Participate in consultations and drafting of joint agreement and MOUs and statements of intent on urban risk management and resilience building.
  • Foster partnership through attendance in regular meetings, contributions to joint knowledge products and joint conferences and workshops on urban risk management and resilience building/recovery or relevant areas.
  • Support AUC in its engagement in partnerships on urban risk management and resilience building through reporting and developing briefing notes and background information when required.
  • Support resource mobilization efforts for urban risk management and resilience building through development of project concept notes and proposals.
  • Support establishment of interdepartmental task force at AUC to facilitate mainstreaming DRR, including urban resilience in AUC department.
  • Carry out any other relevant tasks assigned by the supervisor.
Master degree or equivalent
  • Advanced university degree (Master’s degree or equivalent), preferably in urban planning, civil engineering, disaster management, geography, development studies, social sciences, public policy or related field is required
  • Working knowledge of any other African Union official language is an additional advantage
180 Months
  • A minimum of 15 years of professional work experience of which minimum 7 years’ experience in urban risk management/related aspects; experience in providing technical advice in the development and implementation of policies and programmes, including the review of policy documents and programmes in the area of disaster risk reduction, climate change, recovery and/or closely related fields is required.
  • Experience in the application of global and regional frameworks for disaster risk reduction and climate change to the urban context, including the domestication of the Sendai Framework, is preferred.
  • Experience in providing regional policy advice, regional technical assistance, and capacity development to support to multi stakeholder institutions in establishing and coordinating multi-partner interventions is highly desirable.
  • Experience working in West Africa on urban risk reduction, climate change adaptation and/or recovery is highly desirable.
  • Previous experience working with an international or regional organization or multilateral, including UN is preferred.
  • Coordination experience working directly with governments, development partners, and international organizations would be an asset.
  • Knowledge of and experience within the AU system would be an asset
  • English(Mandatory), Level - Fluent
  • French(Optional), Level - Working Knowledge
Disaster risk reduction, Climate change mitigation and mechanisms for technology transfer
  • Minimum 7 years of work experience in urban risk reduction and resilience building, including in urban risk analysis/assessments, early warning systems/preparedness initiatives, capacity building of urban local governments and other key stakeholders in urban risk management, mainstreaming risk reduction in urban planning and development strategies/policies/plans, development of urban recovery and risk reduction plans and programmes in crisis contexts is required.
  • Urban Risk Management: Knowledge of urbanization processes, urban development and management, and urban risk reduction concepts, frameworks and principles and ability to apply to strategic and/or practical situations.

Technical Competencies:

  • Disaster Risk Reduction: Knowledge of DRR concepts, frameworks and principles and ability to apply to strategic and/or practical situations.
  • Recovery: Knowledge of core recovery principles and frameworks, and ability to guide delivery at regional, national and community levels.
  • Resilience: Knowledge of how multiple risks and impact on development, and the delivery of resilience to communities and countries through reducing vulnerability and reducing risk.
  • Representation: Ability to productively share AU knowledge, experience and activities at international, regional and national platforms.
  • Partnerships: Ability to engage with, mobilize support from and forge productive working relationships with a wide range of partners at the regional, national and local levels (public, private, academic, civil society, business community leaders).

Other Functional Competencies:

  • Innovation: Ability to make new and useful ideas work, including stakeholder-centered approaches for office/division
  • People Management: Ability to improve performance and satisfaction by:
    • involving team members in different stages of work and decision making;
    • promoting independent thinking and action; and
    • following high professional standards and motivating excellence in others.
  • Delivery: Ability to get things done by:
    • meeting goals, timelines and quality requirements;
    • accepting accountability for the outcomes of programme delivery; and
    • facilitating improvement and innovation in the delivery of products and services.
  • Advocacy: Ability to advocate a point of view and influence others.
  • Resource Mobilization: Ability to identify and organize programmes and projects to implement solutions and generate resources.
  • Trends and emerging areas analytics: Ability to scan the horizon and identify approaches and initiatives to bring into policy and programme design.
No

Communication, Leadership

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Application deadline: 15 March 2021

Staff Counsellor 14 March 2021 Int. Specialist MINUSMA Mali
Open

Staff Counsellor

International Specialist
MINUSMA
Mali
Tombouctou, Kidal (MLI)
English,French
Immediate
until 30 June 2021
14 March 2021

Minimum age: 25 years old. Nationals of the country of assignment are not eligible, except the assignments in Headquarters duty stations.

Under the overall supervision of the Chief of Staff Counselling Unit based in Bamako, the UN Volunteer Staff Counsellor will undertake the following tasks:

Provide counselling services within the designated duty station, as outlined below:

  • Perform individual assessments in the case of individual staff members experiencing difficulty coping with and/or presenting with mental health-related symptoms and follow up for additional intervention if indicated;
  • Maintain case records, reports and statistics;
  • Advise the Chief Staff Counselling Unit as necessary on individual cases where an identified problem is likely to have professional and/or personal impact, such alcohol/substance abuse, depression, anxiety, work-related difficulty/conflict or family stress, etc.;
  • Advise chiefs/heads of section(s) as necessary, or upon request, with the aim of improving the atmosphere in their section and resolving problems of a work-related or personal nature that adversely affect job performance and productivity;
  • Perform critical incident stress management interventions, either individually or in a group format, whenever and wherever required; work closely with Security Section, Administration, and Medical Section, inter alia, in coordinating and providing critical incident stress management;
  • Collaborate with medical team to address physical complaints that might be stress-related; assure, in conjunction with the medical team, a continuum of services (referral, short-term supportive intervention) to those staff members suffering from serious diseases or illnesses;
  • Provide training sessions on crisis and stress management, resilience, conflict resolution and other topics as required;
  • Monitor environmental factors that could lead to stress with particular focus on stress related to critical incidents including emergency and crisis situations;
  • Liaise with national mental health professionals and other psychosocial resources;
  • Be available at all times 24/7 to provide support to mission personnel as necessary;
  • Perform other related duties as may be required by the Chief of Staff Counseling Unit.
Master degree or equivalent

Type of Degree: Psycho-educational studies, psychology, psychiatry, Clinical Social Work, or other Clinical Mental Health Profession; knowledge of Conflict Resolution, Human Resources, or Administration would be an asset.

36 Months
  • Minimum of 3 years professional experience (2 of which at international level) in psychological counseling, training skills, with special emphasis on managing critical incident stress;
  • Additional training or experience in a broad range of related fields, such as alcohol/substance abuse, stress management, critical incident stress and cross-cultural communication an asset;
  • Knowledge of relaxation techniques would be an asset;
  • Experience in United Nations System is an advantage;
  • Have affinity with or interest in humanitarian relief, post-conflict situations, volunteerism as a mechanism for durable development, and the UN System;
  • Well-developed communication, leadership and team building skills.
  • English(Mandatory), Level - Fluent
  • French(Optional), Level - Working Knowledge
Mental health, Social work

The incumbent should be self-confident, compassionate and friendly. He/she should be highly motivated and possess excellent communications skills. He/she must be prepared for stressful situations, including being on-call for critical incidents. The incumbent will provide individual and group sessions and continuing follow-up for patients.

Working computer skills, including full proficiency in various MS Office applications

Fluency in English or French (mandatory) and a working knowledge in the other (optional)

(Excel, Word, Power Point, etc.) and other IT applications and office technology equipment

Yes

Adaptability and Flexibility, Communication, Ethics and Values, Integrity, Planning and Organizing, Professionalism, Respect for Diversity, Working in Teams

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Application deadline: 14 March 2021

Digital Communications Officer 18 March 2021 Int. Specialist UNDP Ethiopia
UNDP
Ethiopia
Addis Ababa (ETH)
English,French
Immediate
12 months
18 March 2021

Minimum age: 25 years old. Nationals of the country of assignment are not eligible, except the assignments in Headquarters duty stations.

Within the delegated authority and under the supervision of the Regional Programme Communications Specialist or his/her designated mandated representative(s), the UN Volunteer Digital Communications Officer will:

  • Plans and facilitates printed & digital communication including UNDPAfrica’s web site, social media, intranet, CO web-based knowledge management system.
  • Design and develop high quality flyers, publications, infographics, banners, roll ups and other graphic design products to support the Institute’s academic, research and policy dialogues activities.
  • Develops and maintains external and internal digital communications platforms such as the UNDP/RSCA website, official UNDP social media accounts (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube, etc.), Intranet and on-line collaboration platforms, etc.
  • Design of the office web sites based on corporate requirements in cooperation with the ICT staff.
  • Plans and facilitates the development and implementation of a digital content strategy and contributes to the development of key communications and advocacy products (e.g. human-interest stories, multilingual and multimedia content, etc.).
  • Supervision and preparation of the content for the website, monthly newsletter and social media platforms ensuring consistency of the materials.
  • Conducts exercises exploring the applicability of new and emerging tools and techniques to digital communications and advocacy activities to reach a wider, younger audience.
  • Monitor and evaluate the dissemination of advocacy and communication material to target audiences and impact of the same.
  • Monitor and analyze media coverage in the region and share information with the RBA and BERA Communications.
  • Draft and/or edit a range of materials, including press releases & advisories, news briefs, fact sheets, multimedia human interest stories for inclusion in media kits and further public outreach.
  • Deliver creative and innovative products for print and web use.

Develop regional communications strategies, based on Regional Bureau objectives and incorporating the goals of the corporate communications strategy, and working closely with international media in the region:

  • Develop and implement regional communications strategies based on the Regional Bureau objectives and in line with the corporate communications strategy;
  • Monitor and measure the impact of the communication strategy and make adjustments accordingly.
  • Prepare and conduct communications needs assessments for the regional bureau for in close consultation with the Regional Communications Specialist and Regional Programme Coordinator.
  • Ensure the promotion and increased understanding of UNDP’s work in the region with special attention on results and impacts achieved.
  • Integrate issue-based advocacy into the communications strategy around key priority areas in the region’s country offices.
Bachelor degree or equivalent

Bachelor’s degree in graphic design, digital communications, public relations, marketing, media relations, journalism, international relations or social science field.

24 Months
  • Demonstrated knowledge and experience in media relations at the international level and an indepth knowledge of Africa
  • Previous experience with a multilateral or international organization, preferably in the region, is an asset but not required.
  • Experience in the usage of computers and office software packages, good knowledge and experience in handling of web-based management systems and email marketing platforms.
  • Practical background in graphic design including Adobe Creative Suite: Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Premiere Pro and Adobe InDesign software.
  • Experience in producing flyers, infographics, banners, roll ups and branded materials for conferences, events and social media campaigns.
  • Experience in formatting publications e.g. books, policy papers, journals, official reports, etc.
  • Experience in photo editing.
  • Experience in media development is an asset but not required.
  • English(Mandatory), Level - Fluent
  • French(Optional), Level - Working Knowledge
Journalism, mass media and broadcasting, Web and graphic design, Other communications related experience
  • A minimum of 2 years of relevant experience at international level in one or more of the following areas: public relations, communications, journalism, media development-related advocacy.
  • Experience in social media management and web development is required
No

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Application deadline: 18 March 2021

Coordonnateur du cluster nutrition 08 March 2021 Nat. Expert UNICEF Democratic Republic of Congo
UNICEF
Democratic Republic of Congo
Goma (COD)
French,English
01 May 2021
8 months
08 March 2021

Minimum age: 35 years old, unless specified otherwise below. Applicants must be nationals of or legal residents in the country of assignment.

Sous la supervision direcete du specialiste de la nutrition du bureau de l’UNICEF à Goma, le/la VNU National s’acquittera principalement des tâches suivantes :

Coordination generale :

  • Organiser des réunions régulières pour coordonner la réponse nutritionnelle et relever les défis communs.
  • Identifier les lacunes et plaider pour une réponse adéquate et efficace
  • Assurez-vous que la liste de contacts des membres du cluster est régulièrement mise à jour.
  • Représenter le cluster nutrition à la réunion inter-cluster régionale (IC) et apporter les contributions et les préoccupations du cluster nutrition.
  • Faciliter le partage d'informations avec les acteurs humanitaires via le site Web, le lecteur partagé, les groupes de communication, les bulletins nutritionnels…
  • Assurer la liaison avec le cluster national de nutrition pour obtenir des conseils et fournir des informations appropriées au cluster national de nutrition

Évaluation et analyse des besoins

  • En consultation avec les partenaires, mener une analyse contextuelle sectorielle.
  • Élaborer et mettre en œuvre un plan d’évaluation des besoins et une base de données des résultats d’évaluation
  • Veiller à ce que les rapports d'évaluation soient largement disponibles et en temps opportun.
  • Mener une analyse de la situation nutritionnelle
  • En l'absence du responsable de la gestion de l’information, assurer la collecte, l'analyse et le partage des informations pertinentes pour les partenaires NC.
  • Veiller à ce que la population affectée soit consultée dans la planification et la mise en œuvre des évaluations nutritionnelles.

Plan de réponse opérationnelle : conforme au manuel de coordination du cluster national de nutrition;

  • Définir, avec les membres du cluster, les priorités géographiques, démographiques et programmatiques conformément au cluster national de nutrition.
  • Traiter les priorités et les lacunes et veiller à éviter la duplication des activités
  • Contribuer aux produits du cluster national de nutrition liés au cycle du programme humanitaire,
  • Veiller à ce que les perspectives et la contribution des populations affectées soient prises en compte dans le plan de réponse du cluster nutrition.
  • Veiller à ce que les questions transversales (y compris le sexe / l'âge, la protection des enfants, le handicap, la RRC, le relèvement précoce, le renforcement des capacités locales…) soient prises en compte dans le plan de réponse du cluster nutrition.
  • Contribuer au groupe de coordination inter-clusters au niveau infranational et à d'autres forums humanitaires pertinents.

Mise en œuvre et suivi

  • Encourager tous les acteurs concernés du secteur de la nutrition à faire partie du cluster nutrition.
  • Assurer la disponibilité des dernières orientations techniques spécifiques au pays pour le cluster nutrition (PCMA, ANJE, WASH en NUT, transferts monétaires…).
  • Fournir des mises à jour régulières aux partenaires sur des questions techniques (nationales et mondiales).
  • S'assurer que les membres du cluster nutrition sont conscients de la protection et des voies d'aiguillage contre la VBG.
  • Veiller à ce que les préoccupations et les commentaires des populations touchées soient pris en compte dans le système de surveillance et l'analyse du cluster.
  • Faciliter la collecte / le partage des leçons apprises.
  • Contribuer aux évaluations couvrant le projet des partenaires et diriger l’évaluation de la réponse du cluster nutrition.

Préparation

  • Les actions minimales de préparation du cluster sont déterminées, mises en œuvre et suivies.
  • Mener une cartographie des capacités et diriger et mettre en œuvre un plan de développement des capacités pour les partenaires.

Master degree or equivalent

Diplôme universitaire, de préférence au niveau de la maîtrise, en sciences de la santé, santé publique, nutrition, développement international ou disciplines connexes.

36 Months
  • Une vaste expérience de travail pertinente à ce poste peut être considérée comme un remplacement des qualifications formelles.
  • Une expérience de travail humanitaire à des niveaux de responsabilité de plus en plus élevés avec l'ONU et / ou les ONG, y compris la gestion et / ou la coordination de programmes de nutrition dans la première phase d'une intervention d'urgence nutritionnelle majeure.Une expérience antérieure en coordination de cluster est un atout
  • French(Mandatory), Level - Fluent
  • English(Mandatory), Level - Working Knowledge
Other development programme/project experience, Public health, Food safety and nutrition

Sciences de la santé, Santé publique, Nutrition, Développement international ou Disciplines connexes.

No

Accountability, Adaptability and Flexibility, Client Orientation, Commitment and Motivation, Communication, Creativity, Ethics and Values, Integrity, Knowledge Sharing, Planning and Organizing, Professionalism, Respect for Diversity, Working in Teams

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Chargé (e) de suivi des Volontaires ONU Communautaires 09 March 2021 Nat. Specialist UNODC Mali
UNODC
Mali
Bamako (MLI)
French,English
Immediate
12 months
09 March 2021

Minimum age: 22 years old. Applicants must be nationals of or legal residents in the country of assignment.

Sous la supervision directe de la Coordinatrice du Programme Sahel au niveau du bureau regional ONUDC et/ ou du/de la coordinateur/trice UNODC Pays le/la Volontaire des Nations Unies effectuera les tâches suivantes:

  • Coordonner et apporter l’assistance nécessaire aux volontaires communautaires des Nations Unies sur le terrain
  • Former les volontaires communitaires sur le mandat de l´ONUDC et dans le domaine de la lutte contre la criminalité transnationale organisée et le terrorisme.
  • Faire un plan de travail annuel avec les volontaires communautaires pour la prévention de la criminalité et l´amélioration de la collaboration avec les acteurs de la justice pénale
  • Assurer la mise en œuvre de ce plan de travail annuel
  • Cree un réseau national des intervenants dans le domaine de la justice et de la prévention du terrorisme
  • Faire des missions périodiques de suivi sur le terrain
  • Rendre compte de façon hebdomadaire de l’état de mise en œuvre des activités au Bureau Régional de UNODC et/ou au bureau Pays ainsi qu’aux partenaires étatiques (lesquels ?)
  • Etablir un dialogue franc et continu avec les partenaires étatiques
  • Assurer le rapportage des activités sur le terrain et la communication interne et externe en concertation avec le bureau régional et le bureau Pays
  • toutes les autres tâches requises par le superviseur
Bachelor degree or equivalent

Licence/Maitrise Maitrise/Master1 (BAC +4 ) en:

Sciences sociales/ Statistiques et/ou Droit ou tout autres domaines pertinents pour le poste

24 Months

Au moins deux (2) années d’expérience dans le domaine legal ou de suivi et evaluation, dans le suivi des activités à base communautaire (Atout).

Capacité informatique :

  • Gestion et Analyse des données
  • Bonne maitrise de l'informatique et des logiciels de traitement de texte et des reseaux sociaux
  • French(Mandatory), Level - Fluent
  • English(Mandatory), Level - Working Knowledge
Monitoring and evaluation
No

Adaptability and Flexibility, Communication, Creativity, Integrity, Professionalism, Vision, Working in Teams

* Pas encore enregistré/e dans la banque de candidats VNU ?

Veuillez d’abord enregistrer votre profil sur le site : https://vmam.unv.org/candidate/signup.

Important : Une fois votre compte crée, veillez à compléter toutes les sections de votre profil et le soumettre. Puis, connectez-vous à ‘Ma Page’ sur https://vmam.unv.org/candidate/mypage et cliquez sur le lien ‘Recrutement spécial’. Enfin, sélectionnez l’annonce de recrutement spécial à laquelle vous souhaitez postuler.

* Vous avez déjà un profil dans la banque de candidats VNU ?

Veuillez d’abord mettre à jour votre profil sur le site : https://vmam.unv.org/candidate/profile.

Puis, connectez-vous à ‘Ma Page’ sur https://vmam.unv.org/candidate/mypage et cliquez sur le lien ‘Recrutement spécial’ pour sélectionner l’annonce de recrutement spécial à laquelle vous souhaitez postuler.

Ceci est une annonce pour une affectation VNU national. Par conséquence, seuls les citoyens du Mali et les résidents légaux du Mali ayant une carte de résident de ce pays, le statut de réfugié ou d’apatride peuvent postuler à cette annonce. N’oubliez pas de cocher oui pour : « Je voudrais être considéré/e pour le volontariat dans mon pays. »

Date limite pour postuler : 09-03-2021