UN Volunteers Programme Officers (Global Positions)

About

A general call for UNV Programme Officers (UNV POs) is ongoing between February 16th and March 19th. UNV Programme Officers are the country level representatives of the organization and ensure key results are delivered. Among the key strategic functions they perform, UNV POs are responsible for advocacy and partnerships building, programme development and volunteer mobilization and management.
They normally report to the UNDP Deputy Resident Representative (Programme) at country level, while working in close collaboration with a Portfolio Manager at UNV headquarters in Bonn, Germany.

Key Strategic Functions

  • Advocacy and Partnership Building
  • Programme Development and Management
  • Volunteer Mobilization and Management

Requirements
Master’s degree in social sciences, political science, public or business administration, economics or related fields
5 years of relevant professional experience and proven track record in managing and implementing programmes in the context of development or in the area of humanitarian relief or in crisis management. Work experience with the United Nations is an asset.
Fluency in English is required. However, since many of the upcoming vacancies require bilingual candidates, we strongly encourage candidates who are fluent in English and, in addition, French or Spanish or Portuguese to apply. Any additional language (such as Arabic or Russian) is an asset, and another UN official language is highly desirable.

How to apply

UNV is currently building up a Talent Pool, which includes qualified, pre-assessed and evaluated candidates earmarked to become the next generation of UNV Programme Officers.
Already registered candidates are able to apply by using the application code indicated in this general Description of Assignment (DOA). Non-registered candidates have to use the application code available in the DOA after registering their profile in the UNV database. The current call goes from February 16th until March 19th 2017.
For more information about this opportunity, click on the link below:
https://www.unv.org/become-volunteer/unv-general-call-programme-officers

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