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  • Posted on: 19 February, 2015 Deadline: 5 March, 2015
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  • The Human Resources (HR) Unit is mandated to focus on strategic issues such as, capacity development, career repositioning and mentoring of staff. The HR unit handles recruitment, selections, placements, staff career development and performance management. Addittionaly, the Unit is responsible for staff learning, training and development. The unit supports other UN agencies (UNIFEM, UNAIDS, UNFPA, UNITAR, UNDSS, UNIC, UNIDO, UNODC, UNIDO, UNCTAD, IFAD, UNEP, UNOV and UN HABITAT) in managing their HR issues.

    NATIONAL PROGRAMME OFFICER

     

    Background

    The Joint UN Programme on HIV/AIDS in Nigeria is currently operating in a rapidly changing environment, with numbers of HIV/AIDS cases ranking number two globally. The epidemic has in several states moved from the high risk groups to the general population. The country’s hope for effectively mounting and coordinating a mass national response is largely hinged on the SACAs. A new paradigm is being formed taking into account global experiences for local action. Several multilateral and bilateral donors support the national programme

    The Country’s HIV/AIDS pandemic is widely hypothesized to be both a cause and consequence of this humanitarian crisis, with a particularly disastrous impact on people living with HIV/AIDS.

    Within this context, the exceeding challenging nature of tasks and demands facing UNAIDS in Nigeria becomes apparent.   PCB has encouraged strengthened support for country level (joint) governmental, multilateral, bilateral and nonpublic scaled up response to HIV/AIDS to meet the challenges faced. UNAIDS in Nigeria has thus proposed a management structure to suffice this demand.

    Duties and Responsibilities

    Under the guidance and supervision of the UNAIDS Country Director, the National Programme Officer will:

    1. Facilitate and promote collaboration on the National HIV/AIDS Programme through liaising with SACA and other government institutions/departments. Build and strengthen state support teams in collaboration with SACA.
    2. In collaboration with SACA develop national policy and guidelines on HIV/AIDS prevention and care by providing advice and guidance from national and global perspective through concept papers, research methodologies and strategies from best practices.
    3. Promote and develop the overall Joint State Support Strategy. Provide guidance to bolster the development and review of state plans with SACA and other stakeholders.
    4. Build relationships and liaise with Public health experts in the bilateral, multilateral agencies and other government and private institutions on sharing of technical information and cooperation.
    5. Liaise with Project Director and senior staff at SACA and State Ministry of Health & Family Welfare on State strategies.
    6. Guide the development and necessary policies and strategies for further scaling up of eMTCT programme in close collaboration with the State, Local Government and other partners.
    7. Strengthening the State monitoring and evaluation and health information systems and supporting the monitoring and evaluation of the Joint Programme activities within the state.
    8. Act as UNAIDS Hub for the National HIV/AIDS Programme on public health issues on HIV/AIDS.
    9. Strengthening State level ART policies and standards of care and promote involvement of PLWHA in delivery of ART.
    10. Assist and undertake activities as desired by the UCD.

    Internal Collaborations

    • UNAIDS Country Office – Staff at all levels :To discuss assignments and findings, exchange information, promote mutual understanding; to facilitate interaction. Team work
    • Regional Support Team and UN Team on AIDS and UNAIDS technical resource facility in the region – State at all levels :. To provide support, give and obtain information, coordinate activities and enlist cooperation. Team work

    External Collaborations

    • Multilaterals, bilateral, co-sponsors and other coordination mechanisms, NGOs, stakeholders:  To facilitate and promote collaborative efforts and information-sharing, as delegated, to participate in joint projects development and                   implementation.
    •  State AIDS Programme and government officials: To discuss planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of activities, as related to advocacy and fund raising.

    FUNCTIONAL/TECHNICAL KNOWLEDGE/SKILLS:

    Demonstrated knowledge of developmental, political and financial issues linked to HIV in the country of origin.
    Knowledge of the UN system organizations and their delivery mechanisms.
    Sound understanding of the HIV epidemic and impact.

    UNAIDS Values

    • Commitment to the AIDS response
    • Integrity
    • Respect for diversity

     Core competencies  

    • Working in teams
    • Communicating with impact
    •  Applying expertise
    • Delivering results
    • Driving change and innovation
    • Being accountable

     Managerial competencies 

    • Vision and Strategic thinking
    • Leading teams
    • Managing performance and resources
    • Developing and empowering others
    • Exercising sound judgement
    • Building relationships and networks

    EDUCATION:

    Essential:  First university degree in public health and /or planning, development economics or business/public administration.

    Desirable:  Advanced university degree in one of the above fields.

    EXPERIENCE:
    Essential:  A minimum of four to five years’ experience working in the area of HIV/AIDS and strategy / policy development. Demonstrated track records in building, leading and managing high-performance organizations and teams.

    Desirable: The incumbents ability to interact with high ranking officials of SACA, sate governor’s office, Ministry of health & family welfare, State AIDS Control societies and other state level organizations, medical and public health institutions. UN Co-sponsors and other key agencies. Experience with international donors, non-governmental development organizations and/or the UN System.

    LANGUAGES:
    Essential: Excellent knowledge of English.
    Desirable: Good working knowledge of another UN official language an asset

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    MATERNAL HEALTH/FAMILY PLANNING (MH/FP) ANALYST- UNFPA

     

    Background

    The Nigeria Country Programme is managed through the Country Office in Abuja and the two decentralized offices in Calabar and Kaduna with a Liaison Office in Lagos (LLO). The Lagos Liaison Office is covering Lagos and Ogun states including other projects and satellite activities of the Organization in the South-West geo-political zone. The LLO works with Implementing Partners to support Maternal Health, Sexual and Reproductive Health (includes ASRH), Gender based violence programmes, and data collection and use including in humanitarian context. The LLO plays the coordination role in the zone and performs oversight functions, supporting the Abuja Office in resource mobilization, strategic planning and monitoring and evaluation.
    The Organization is strengthening the delivery of supported programmes and its support to its partners in the states where it works to achieve results in an efficient manner.  To strengthen this process, and for UNFPA to keep its leadership role in the area of Family Planning, Maternal and Reproductive Health including Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health (ASRH), at the sub-national levels, the country office is looking for a Programme Analyst –Maternal Health/Family Planning (MH/FP) for its Lagos Liaison Office.
    The Program Analyst (MH/FP) position will be based in the Lagos Liaison Office and would report to the Programme Specialist (RH) and Head of the LLO


    Job Purpose

    The Program Analyst (MH/FP) provides technical support for Family Planning and Maternal Health across the full range of the work of the LLO.

    S/he analyses and assesses relevant political, social and economic trends and provides substantive inputs to project formulation, monitoring and evaluation, joint programming initiatives and State development frameworks. The Program Analyst guides and facilitates the delivery of UNFPA’s programmes by supporting the delivery and monitoring of results achieved during implementation.

    S/he guides the development of methodologies as well as capacity development in FP/MH to ensure relevance, efficiency, effectiveness, sustainability, and impact of the work of UNFPA.  S/he works in close collaboration with the Country Office to ensure compliance with technical norms in line with international best practices and the rules and regulations of the United Nations.

    S/he supports the States and other Implementing Partners to build capacity in Family Planning and Maternal Health at all levels of the health systems within the states.

    Duties and Responsibilities

    • In collaboration with State Government counterparts, NGOs and other partners, contributes substantively to the formulation and design of the country programme and its component projects in line with State Government priorities and according to UNFPA programme policies and procedures. Ensures quality of Maternal Health and Family Planning programme / project design incorporating lessons learned, newly developed policies and best practices and establishing appropriate execution mechanisms.
    • Analyzes and interprets the political, social and economic environment relevant to population and development, reproductive health and gender, and identifies opportunities for UNFPA assistance and intervention. Keeps abreast of new policy developments and strategies analyzing policy papers, strategy documents, State plans and development frameworks, and prepares briefs and inputs for policy dialogue, technical assistance coordination, and development frameworks especially in the areas of Maternal health and Family Planning.
    • Strengthens the implementation and  monitoring of Maternal Health and Family Planning programmes by establishing collaborative relationships with executing agencies, experts, State government counterparts and other UN agencies facilitating timely and efficient monitoring of project inputs and addressing training needs of project personnel.
    • Help create and document knowledge about current and emerging issues and trends in Maternal Health, Family Planning and Reproductive Health Commodity Security by analyzing related programmes, projects, strategies, approaches and ongoing experience for lessons learned, best practices, and shares with management for use in knowledge sharing and planning future strategies.
    • Assists advocacy and resource mobilization efforts of the Country Office by preparing relevant documentation, i.e. project summaries, conference papers, speeches, donor profiles, and participating in donor meetings and public information events with focus on Maternal Health and Family Planning.
    • Support the LLO to ensure the scale up of the Family Planning and Maternal Health Programs especially with regards to strengthening systems at the state level for service delivery and demand creation.
    • Provide technical support in collaboration with staff at the LLO and the Country Office on efforts at the sub-national level to analyze Maternal Health and Family Planning commodity systems to assure availability of family planning commodities and other life-saving maternal commodities and medicines.
    • Support the strengthening of the health commodity logistics systems in line with priorities defined in the State and national Health Strategy document, and in line with national and international protocols and guidelines including but not limited to the National Reproductive Health Commodity Security Strategic Plan.
    • In collaboration with other technical staff and government and NGO partners, provide support to national and state initiatives e.g. MSS, Volunteer Obstetrician scheme, Maternal Death Surveillance Scheme etc aimed at improving Maternal Health and Family Planning services to the populace.
    • Work with other technical colleagues to support advocacy efforts on Maternal Health and Family Planning in collaboration with partners in order to facilitate the adoption of an integrated approach to SRH and holistic quality reproductive health service delivery to targeted beneficiaries.
    • Actively participate in the development and updating of guidelines, standards, tools, manuals and approaches as required in the field of Maternal Health and Family Planning;
    • Provide technical and programmatic support for Maternal Health and family planning related research, and identify, document, and disseminate lessons learned and best practices in these program areas.
    • In conjunction with other technical staff at the LLO, provide support and guidance to Implementing Partners on program planning, implementation and monitoring of activities including state level  planning and reviews of AWP activities
    • Prepare quarterly and annual reports on program implementation and financial status and provide technical support to IPs in the preparation of their Annual Work Plans (AWPs) for all the states and Partners supported by the LLO
    • Provide partners with the technical backstopping, assistance and advice on the strategic direction for strengthening the delivery, access to and quality of maternal health and family planning services.
    • Provide technical updates, training and mentoring for partners in relevant clinical and technical areas related to family planning and maternal health
    • Conduct regular technical supportive supervisory and monitoring visits to project sites and locations of IPs in collaboration with other UNFPA staff and Partners to improve the quality of programming and service delivery.
    • Perform any other duties and responsibilities assigned by the UNFPA Country Representative, Deputy Representative or the Head of Sub Office.

    Work Relations

    Within the LLO, the Program Analyst – MH/FP supports the Head of the LLO to facilitate the work of consultants and experts hired to support the work of the Office, establish and maintains collaborative relationships with counterparts in government, multi-lateral and bilateral donor agencies including the civil society to address emerging issues.  S/he would effectively influence counterparts from diverse backgrounds to jointly contribute to achieving UNFPA’s mandate. The Program Analyst is a substantive contributor to the programme team in the Office.

    Internal contacts include the Representative, Deputy Representative, Assistant Representatives, the Country Office programme/ technical team while external contacts would include other UN agencies in-country, and counterparts and partners in country programme activities, including international and national NGOs and the Academia, amongst others.

    Required Competencies:

    Core competences:

    • Commitment to UNFPA's Values and Guiding Principles;
    • Developing People/Fostering Innovation and Empowerment/Performance Management;
    • Team Work/Communication/Self-Management
    • Strategic Thinking/Results Orientation and Commitment to Excellence/Decision Making;
    • Knowledge Sharing and Continuous Learning

    Functional Competencies:

    • Results-based programme development and management
    • Innovation and marketing of new approaches
    • Leveraging the resources of partners/ building strategic alliances and partnerships
    • Advocacy/ advancing a policy oriented agenda
    • Resource mobilization

    Required Skills and Experience

    The ideal candidate should be a Nigerian National and should

    • Have an Advanced University degree in Public Health, Reproductive Health, OBGNY, Community Medicine, Program Management or other related subject; Specific qualification in Midwifery and Family Planning is an added advantage
    • Have a minimum 5 years of experience working in Maternal Health and Family Planning programmes in Nigeria is required
    • Be familiar with national and sub-national initiatives to scale up and improve maternal health and family planning programs is required
    • Have demonstrated experience in strategic programme management with strong technical knowledge of maternal health, family planning, and reproductive health in general
    • Have proficiency in current Microsoft Office software applications and databases for health logistics management is desired,
    • Have experience working with Government, International NGOs and the Civil Society in the area of maternal health and family planning would be an added advantage
    • Have excellent organizational skills coupled with an ability to reach consensus; Leverage to work with government officials and ability to maintain neutrality and impartiality  among all stakeholders.

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    MONITORING AND EVALUATION ANALYST

     

    Background

    The Nigeria Country Programme is monitored through the Country Office in Abuja and the two decentralized offices in Cross River and Kaduna with a Liaison Office in Lagos (LLO). The Lagos Liaison Office is covering Lagos and Ogun state including other projects and satellite activities of the Organization in the South-West geo-political zone. The LLO works with Implementing Partners to support Maternal Health, Sexual and Reproductive Health (includes ASRH), Gender based violence programmes, and data collection and use in humanitarian context. The LLO plays the coordination role in the zone including oversight functions and supports the Abuja Office in resource mobilization, strategic planning and monitoring and evaluation.

    The Organization is improving its focus on result based management and quality delivery of programme results.  To strengthen this process and for UNFPA to keep its leadership role in the area of reproductive health and youth issues and data management and use at the sub-national levels, the country office is looking for a Programme Analyst, Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) for its Lagos Liaison Office.

    The  Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) position will be based in the Lagos Liaison Office and would report to the Programme Specialist/Head of the LLO with technical oversight by the National Programme Specialist, Monitoring and Evaluation based in the Country Office, Abuja.

    Job Purpose

    The M&E Analyst provides overall technical support for monitoring and evaluation and data management across the full range of the work of the LLO.

    S/he analyses and assesses relevant political, social and economic trends and provides substantive inputs to project formulation, monitoring and evaluation, joint programming initiatives and State development frameworks. The NPPP guides and facilitates the delivery of UNFPA’s programmes by monitoring results achieved during implementation.

    S/he guides the development of methodologies as well as capacity development in monitoring and evaluation principles and practices to ensure relevance, efficiency, effectiveness, sustainability, and impact of the work of the UNFPA.  S/he works in close collaboration with the Country Office to ensure compliance with technical norms in line with international best practices and the rules and regulations of the United Nations.

    S/he supports States to build capacity in data generation and use.

    Duties and Responsibilities

    • In collaboration with State Government counterparts, NGOs and other partners, contributes substantively to the formulation and design of the country programme and its component projects in line with State Government priorities and according to UNFPA programme policies and procedures. Ensures quality of programme / project design incorporating lessons learned, newly developed policies and best practices and establishing appropriate execution and monitoring mechanisms and systems.
    •  Analyzes and interprets the political, social and economic environment relevant to population and development, reproductive health and gender, and identifies opportunities for UNFPA assistance and intervention. Keeps abreast of new policy developments and strategies analyzing policy papers, strategy documents, State plans and development frameworks, and prepares briefs and inputs for policy dialogue, technical assistance coordination, and development frameworks.
    • Expedites project monitoring by establishing collaborative relationships with executing agencies, experts, State government counterparts and other UN agencies facilitating timely and efficient monitoring of project inputs and addressing training needs of project personnel.
    • Helps create and document knowledge about current and emerging population development trends, RH and gender issues, by analyzing programme, projects, strategies, approaches and ongoing experience for lessons learned, best practices, and shares with management for use in knowledge sharing and planning future strategies.
    •  Assists advocacy and resource mobilization efforts of the Country Office by preparing relevant documentation, i.e. project summaries, conference papers, speeches, donor profiles, and participating in donor meetings and public information events.
    •  Assume the direct responsibility for overseeing  the Monitoring and Evaluation functions of the LLO.
    • In conjunction with other technical staff at the LLO, provide support and guidance to on program planning, monitoring and evaluation activities including state level  planning and reviews of AWP activities.
    • Prepare consolidated quarterly and annual reports on program implementation and financial status and provide technical support in the preparation of the Annual Work Plans (AWPs) for all the states supported by the LLO.
    • Document lessons learned from program design and implementation at the LLO with a view to contributing to relevant bulletins for the Country Office
    • Monitor the development of Action Plans and the implementation of the recommendations of missions and field visits by the LLO including missions or similar visits to the LLO by the Abuja Office or other higher UNFPA Offices
    • Assess training needs relevant to monitoring, evaluation and management information systems and provide, if required, training to LLO and IP staff.
    • Operationalize the Country Office arrangements for collecting, analyzing and reporting programme data to ensure the availability of data to measure indicators for evidence based programming at the LLO.
    • Work with the Country Office M&E team in the process of updating and adjusting (whenever relevant) the CO Results Framework and the Monitoring and Evaluation Calendar in conjunction with other technical staff and relevant partners.
    • Follow-up on the operationalization of evaluation recommendations as it pertains to the LLO and work with other staff to ensure that the recommendations are used to improve programming and decision making.
    • Work with other technical staff to develop the Program mid and end of year report for the LLO with a view to contributing to the Country Office wide mid-year and annual reports
    • Provide technical and multi-sectoral support to the LLO in M&E and support all  data related issues in the humanitarian program of the Office as the need arises
    • Work with the state HMIS Officers in the states ministries of health to ensure routine NHMIS data transmission from the PHC through the LGAs to the national level using information technology packages as necessary
    • Support the State HMIS officers and the LGA M&E Officers to coordinate the periodic LGA M&E meetings to strengthen the data management and use processes at these levels.
    • S/He would perform any other additional tasks assigned by the UNFPA Representative

    Work Relations

    Within the LLO, the M&E Analyst supports the Head of the LLO to facilitate the work of consultants,  and experts hired to support the Office, establishes and maintains collaborative relationships with counterparts in government, multi-lateral and bilateral donor agencies including the civil society to address emerging issues.  S/he would effectively influence counterparts from diverse backgrounds to jointly contribute to achieving UNFPA’s mandate. The M & E Analyst is a substantive contributor to the programme team in the Office.
    Internal contacts include the Representative, Deputy Representative, Assistant Representatives, and M&E Specialist in the Abuja Office, the Decentralized Offices in Kaduna and Cross River, and other CO’s programme and finance team members. External contacts include other UN agencies in-country, and counterparts and partners in Country programme activities, including international NGOs, the Academia, amongst others.

     

    Core competences:

    • Commitment to UNFPA's Values and Guiding Principles;
    • Developing People/Fostering Innovation and Empowerment/Performance Management;
    • Team Work/Communication/Self-Management
    • Strategic Thinking/Results Orientation and Commitment to Excellence/Decision Making;
    • Knowledge Sharing and Continuous Learning

    Functional Competencies:

    • Results-based programme development and management approaches.
    • Innovation and marketing of new
    • Leveraging the resources of partners/ building strategic alliances and partnerships
    • Advocacy/ advancing a policy oriented agenda
    • Resource mobilization

    Required Skills and Experience


    The ideal candidate must be a Nigerian National and should.

    • Have a Master’s degree in public health, population, demography and/or other related social science field, with specific training in principles and practice of monitoring and evaluation including in humanitarian settings.  A first level university degree in combination with two additional years of qualifying experience may be acceptable in lieu of the advanced university degree.
    • Have a minimum of  three years post graduate professional experience in monitoring and evaluation of Population and Reproductive Health programs.
    • Have experience in data collection, management information system, and database management;
    • Have experience working with Government and the Civil Society would be an added advantage
    • Have working experience in the monitoring and evaluation of programme for development will be an added advantage
    • Excellent organizational skills coupled with an ability to reach consensus;
    • Leverage to work with government officials and ability to maintain neutrality and impartiality  among all stakeholders
    • Fluency in spoken and written English Language is required.

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    DRIVER

     

    Background

    The Nigeria Country Programme is managed through the Country Office in Abuja and the two decentralized offices in Calabar and Kaduna with a Liaison Office in Lagos (LLO). The Lagos Liaison Office is covering Lagos and Ogun states including other projects and satellite activities of the Organization in the South-West geo-political zone. The LLO works with Implementing Partners to support Maternal Health, Sexual and Reproductive Health (includes ASRH), Gender based violence programmes, and data collection and use including in humanitarian context. The LLO plays the coordination role in the zone and performs oversight functions, supporting the Abuja Office in resource mobilization, strategic planning and monitoring and evaluation.

    Duties and Responsibilities

    • Drives office vehicles for the transportation of authorized personnel;
    • Delivery and collection of mail, documents and other items;
    • Meets official personnel at the airport and facilitates immigration and customs formalities as required;
    • Responsible for the day-to-day maintenance of the assigned vehicle, checks oil, water, battery, brakes, tyres  etc; performs minor repairs and arranges for other repairs and ensures that the vehicle is kept clean, keeping well the maintenance related records;
    • Ensures vehicle related documentation for example licenses and insurance policy are acquired and maintained up to date
    • Prepares and maintains vehicle related Logs official trips, daily mileage, gas consumption, oil changes, greasing, etc;
    • Ensures that the steps required by rules and regulations are taken in case of involvement in accident
    • Reports to the Administrative Associate any fault detected in any of the UNFPA vehicles;
    • Photocopies mail and other official documents as may be required in the office or during workshops/seminars;
    • Distributes mails as appropriate to all staff within the office and to other parties for example government, NGO offices, UN Agencies, Diplomatic missions, individuals etc  involved with UNFPA;
    • In collaboration with the Protocol Clerk, facilitates the procurement of visas for staff members, Government officials, traveling abroad for meetings and other official engagements;
    • Assists with the official travelers’ reservation, facilitate confirmation of tickets and follow-up on the settlement of air ticket bills.
    • Maintain records on travel in order to facilitate efficient

    Competencies

    OPERATIONAL EFFECTIVENESS

    Ability to perform a variety of repetitive and routine tasks and duties
    Ability to review data, identify and adjust discrepancies
    Ability to handle a large volume of work possibly under time constraints
    Good knowledge of administrative rules and regulations
    Ability to operate and maintain a variety of computerized business machines and office equipment in order to provide efficient delivery of service
    Ability to organize and complete multiple tasks by establishing priorities
    Demonstrates excellent knowledge of driving rules and regulations and skills in minor vehicle repair (for Drivers)
    Demonstrates excellent knowledge of protocol (for Drivers)
    Demonstrates excellent knowledge of security issues (for Drivers)

    PLANNING, ORGANIZING AND MULTI-TASKING

    Organises and accurately completes multiple tasks by establishing priorities while taking into consideration special assignments, frequent interruptions, deadlines, available resources and multiple reporting relationships.

    Plans, coordinates and organises workload while remaining aware of changing priorities and competing deadlines
    Demonstrates ability to quickly shift from one task to another to meet multiple support needs
    Establishes, builds and maintains effective working relationships with staff and clients to facilitate the provision of support

    Promoting learning and knowledge management/sharing is the responsibility of each staff member.

    Required Skills and Experience

    The ideal candidate should:

    • Be a Nigerian national (male or female)
    • Have at least completed secondary school education and have a School Leaving Certificate
    • Possess valid professional driving license and Trade Test Certificate
    • Have the ability to read and write English
    • Have a minimum of 5 years professional driving experience with a reputable organization
    • Work history of at least 3 years in the UN system or an international organization is desirable.

    Method of Application

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    United Nations Considerations

    The United Nations shall place no restrictions on the eligibility of men and women to participate in any capacity and under conditions of equality in its principal and subsidiary organs. (Charter of the United Nations - Chapter 3, article 8). Candidates will be required to meet the requirements of Article 101, paragraph 3, of the Charter as well as the requirements of the position. The United Nations is committed to the highest standards of efficiency, competence and integrity for all its human resources, including but not limited to respect for international human rights and humanitarian law. Candidates may be subject to screening against these standards, including but not limited to whether they have committed, or are alleged to have committed criminal offences and/or violations of international human rights law and international humanitarian law.

    No fee

    The United Nations does not charge a fee at any stage of the recruitment process (application, interview meeting, processing, or training). The United Nations does not concern itself with information on applicant's bank accounts

    UN is committed to achieving workforce diversity in terms of gender, nationality and culture. Individuals from minority groups, indigenous groups and persons with disabilities are equally encouraged to apply. All applications will be treated with the strictest confidence.

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