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UN Volunteers: Communications & Knowledge Management Specialist

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Description

Description

United Nations Population Fund’s (UNFPA) support to Nepal began in 1971 and has advanced in response to the altering national situations. The current 8th Country Programme (2018-2022) is in line with Sustainable Development Goals, ICPD Programme of Action, the UN Development Support Framework (UNDAF) for Nepal, and nationwide priorities set by the Government of Nepal.

 

UNFPA is the UN’s sexual and reproductive health agency, taking the lead in bringing a world where every pregnancy is desired, every childbirth is harmless and every young person’s potential is rewarded. UNFPA’s existing strategic proposal (2018-2021) reiterates its aim of worldwide access to sexual and reproductive rights, focusing women, adolescents and youth and emphasizes on three ambitious transformative outcomes to be achieved by 2030: to end unnecessary maternal deaths; end unmet need for family planning; and end gender-based violence and damaging practices against women and girls.

Eligibilities

Eligibilities

Minimum age of applicants must be 35 years old, nationals of the country of assignment are not eligible, except the assignments in Headquarters duty station.

 

Education:

 

A minimum of 10 years (with Masters) or 15 years (with Bachelors degree) of professional experience of communications, advocacy and knowledge management work (in journalism, media or other capacity) is vital

 

Experience:

 

  • 120 Months Required
  • Familiarity with global donors/funders and the development segment, and how to target communications that resonate with these shareholders is a plus;
  • Work experience in the UN or other international development institutions is an asset;
  • Knowledge and understanding of important matters linked to gender equality, women’s empowerment and gender-based violence prevention and response would be an asset
  • Excellent English oral and written skills; excellent drafting, design, reporting skills;
  • Accurateness and competence in document production and editing;

 

 

English (Mandatory) , Level – Fluent

 

 

  • Database design
  • Administration
  • Maintenance

 

Driving license: No

 

Competencies values:

 

  • Adaptability and Flexibility
  • Commitment and Motivation
  • Commitment to Continuous Learning
  • Communication
  • Integrity
  • Planning and Organizing
  • Professionalism
  • Working in Teams

Benefits

Benefits

A UN Volunteer receives a Volunteer Living Allowance (VLA) which is composed of the Monthly Living Allowance (MLA) and a Family Allowance (FA) for those with dependents (maximum three).

 

The Volunteer Living Allowance (VLA) is paid at the end of each month to cover housing, utilities, transportation, communications and other basic needs. The VLA can be computed by applying the Post-Adjustment Multiplier (PAM) to the VLA base rate of US$ 1,651. The VLA base rate is a global rate across the world, while the PAM is duty station/country-specific and fluctuates on a monthly basis according to the cost of living.

 

This method ensures that international UN Volunteers have comparable purchasing power at all duty stations irrespective of varying costs of living. The PAM is established by the International Civil Service Commission (ICSC) and is published at the beginning of every month on the ICSC website http://icsc.un.org.

 

Program Venue

Program Venue
Khatmandu
Program Country
Nepal

Eligible Regions

Eligible Regions

All Regions

Eligible Countries

All Countries

Eligible Regions
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Eligible Countries

Eligible Countries
Afghanistan, Albania, Algeria, Andorra, Argentina, Angola, Africa, Antigua and Barbuda, Armenia, Australia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Bahamas, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Barbados, Belarus, Belgium, Belize, Benin, Bermuda, Bhutan, Bolivia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Botswana, Brazil, Brunei, Bulgaria, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cabo Verde, Cambodia, Cameroon, Canada, Cape Verde, Central African Republic, Chad, Chile, China, Colombia, Comoros, Congo, Democratic Republic, Costa Rica, Cote d’Ivoire, Croatia, Cuba, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Djibouti, Dominica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Egypt, El Salvador, Equatorial Guinea, Eritrea, Estonia, Eswatini (formerly Swaziland), Ethiopia, Fiji, Finland, France, Gabon, Gambia, Georgia, Germany, Ghana, Greece, Greenland, Grenada, Guatemala, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Guyana, Haiti, Honduras, Hong Kong, Iceland, India, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Kiribati, Kosovo, Kuwait, Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Latvia, Lebanon, Lesotho, Liberia, Libya, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Madagascar, Malawi, Malaysia, Maldives, Mali, Malta, Marshall Islands, Mauritania, Mauritius, Mexico, Micronesia, Moldova, Monaco, Mongolia, Montenegro, Morocco, Mozambique, Myanmar (formerly Burma), Namibia, Nauru, Nepal, Netherlands, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Niger, Nigeria, North Korea, North Macedonia (formerly Macedonia), Norway, Oman, Pakistan, Palau, Palestine, Panama, Papua New Guinea, Paraguay, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Qatar, Romania, Russian Federation, Rwanda, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Samoa, San Marino, Sao Tome and Principe, Saudi Arabia, Senegal, Serbia, Seychelles, Sierra Leone, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, Solomon Islands, Somalia, South Africa, South Korea, South Sudan, Spain, Sri Lanka, Sudan, Suriname, Sweden, Switzerland, Syria, Taiwan, Tajikistan, Tanzania, Thailand, Timor-Leste, Tunisia, Togo, Tonga, Trinidad and Tobago, Turkey, Turkmenistan, Tuvalu, Uganda, Ukraine, UAE, UK, USA, Uruguay, Uzbekistan, Vanuatu, Vatican City (Holy See), Venezuela, Vietnam, Western Sahara, Yemen, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Hungary, Cook Island, Congo (Republic)

Application Process

Application Process

Not yet registered in the UNV Talent Pool?

 

 

Already registered in the UNV Talent Pool?

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Description of task

 

Within the delegated authority and under the administration of the GBV Prevention and Response Team Leader or her assigned representative(s), the UNV Communications and Knowledge Management Specialist will perform the following key and precise roles/tasks:

 

  • Develop and lead the implementation of the GBV Advocacy, Prevention and Response Project Communications and Knowledge Management strategy;
  • Lead the growth of a well-maintained information management system that gathers, extracts, packages, preserves, allocates and repeatedly informs indication, data and information on GBV for interior and peripheral spectators;
  • Lead in drafting and editing Gender and GBV communication resources and supporting communication initiatives;
  • Harmonize with field staff, the GBV Sub Cluster Coordinator and the GBV Information Manager to track, examine and publicize data on GBV in the COVID framework
  • In close partnership with the Operational Research Team and the M&E team, classify and gather prevailing and developing evidence capitals to update enduring project implementation;
  • Coordinate frequently with the Asia Pacific Regional Office (APRO) Gender and GBV Team on classifying and sharing evidence resources to contribute to advanced methods to the project’s execution, with capturing the consequence of COVID on GBV occurrence and service facility;
  • Involve enthusiastically with project implementing partners, provincial UNFPA staff and recipients to collect good practices, lessons learned, and categorize tactics for utilizing collected response to advance activity operation, including capturing the COVID context-related best practice on service delivery during a pandemic;
  • Support the Programme Specialist, GBV in Kathmandu and Programme Analysts, GBV in the execution of community outreach proceedings, guaranteeing COVID-related protections and guidelines are followed;
  • Prepare Bulletins, Case Studies, infographics, and Fact Sheets for broader distribution among associates, contributors, government associates, and sponsors. Coordinate with the advocacy and communication officer to encourage GBVPR through UNFPA Nepal’s social media and digital platforms with website;
  • Conduct field missions to monitor communication and community outreach activities, identify the area of developments and gather information and human stories for advocacy and communication resources;
  • Support and document field visits and prepare meeting reports;
  • In close coordination with the Communications Officer in Kathmandu, establish close working dealings with TV, radio and news agencies to encourage and circulate UNFPA’s decree, goals, activities, and principles;
  • Support with the organization of activities correlated to GBVPR project and provide general support for planning and project administrative activities as required;
  • Any other relent tasks as may be mandatory or allocated by the supervisor.

 

Furthermore, UN Volunteers are encouraged to integrate the UN Volunteers programme mandate within their assignment and promote voluntary action through engagement with communities in the course of their work. As such, UN Volunteers should dedicate a part of their working time to some of the following suggested activities:

 

  • Strengthen their knowledge and understanding of the concept of volunteerism by reading relevant UNV and external publications and take active part in UNV activities (for instance in events that mark International Volunteer Day);
  • Be acquainted with and build on traditional and/or local forms of volunteerism in the host country;
  • Provide annual and end of assignment self-reports on UN Volunteer actions, results and opportunities.
  • Contribute articles/write-ups on field experiences and submit them for UNV publications/websites, newsletters, press releases, etc.;
  • Assist with the UNV Buddy Programme for newly-arrived UN Volunteers;
  • Promote or advise local groups in the use of online volunteering or encourage relevant local individuals and organizations to use the UNV Online Volunteering service whenever technically possible.

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Job Type
Full Time

Description

Description

United Nations Population Fund’s (UNFPA) support to Nepal began in 1971 and has advanced in response to the altering national situations. The current 8th Country Programme (2018-2022) is in line with Sustainable Development Goals, ICPD Programme of Action, the UN Development Support Framework (UNDAF) for Nepal, and nationwide priorities set by the Government of Nepal.

 

UNFPA is the UN’s sexual and reproductive health agency, taking the lead in bringing a world where every pregnancy is desired, every childbirth is harmless and every young person’s potential is rewarded. UNFPA’s existing strategic proposal (2018-2021) reiterates its aim of worldwide access to sexual and reproductive rights, focusing women, adolescents and youth and emphasizes on three ambitious transformative outcomes to be achieved by 2030: to end unnecessary maternal deaths; end unmet need for family planning; and end gender-based violence and damaging practices against women and girls.

Eligibilities

Eligibilities

Minimum age of applicants must be 35 years old, nationals of the country of assignment are not eligible, except the assignments in Headquarters duty station.

 

Education:

 

A minimum of 10 years (with Masters) or 15 years (with Bachelors degree) of professional experience of communications, advocacy and knowledge management work (in journalism, media or other capacity) is vital

 

Experience:

 

  • 120 Months Required
  • Familiarity with global donors/funders and the development segment, and how to target communications that resonate with these shareholders is a plus;
  • Work experience in the UN or other international development institutions is an asset;
  • Knowledge and understanding of important matters linked to gender equality, women’s empowerment and gender-based violence prevention and response would be an asset
  • Excellent English oral and written skills; excellent drafting, design, reporting skills;
  • Accurateness and competence in document production and editing;

 

 

English (Mandatory) , Level – Fluent

 

 

  • Database design
  • Administration
  • Maintenance

 

Driving license: No

 

Competencies values:

 

  • Adaptability and Flexibility
  • Commitment and Motivation
  • Commitment to Continuous Learning
  • Communication
  • Integrity
  • Planning and Organizing
  • Professionalism
  • Working in Teams

Benefits

Benefits

A UN Volunteer receives a Volunteer Living Allowance (VLA) which is composed of the Monthly Living Allowance (MLA) and a Family Allowance (FA) for those with dependents (maximum three).

 

The Volunteer Living Allowance (VLA) is paid at the end of each month to cover housing, utilities, transportation, communications and other basic needs. The VLA can be computed by applying the Post-Adjustment Multiplier (PAM) to the VLA base rate of US$ 1,651. The VLA base rate is a global rate across the world, while the PAM is duty station/country-specific and fluctuates on a monthly basis according to the cost of living.

 

This method ensures that international UN Volunteers have comparable purchasing power at all duty stations irrespective of varying costs of living. The PAM is established by the International Civil Service Commission (ICSC) and is published at the beginning of every month on the ICSC website http://icsc.un.org.

 

Program Venue

Program Venue
Khatmandu

Eligible Regions

Eligible Regions

All Regions

Eligible Countries

Eligible Countries

All Countries

Application Process

Application Process

Not yet registered in the UNV Talent Pool?

 

 

Already registered in the UNV Talent Pool?

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Description of task

 

Within the delegated authority and under the administration of the GBV Prevention and Response Team Leader or her assigned representative(s), the UNV Communications and Knowledge Management Specialist will perform the following key and precise roles/tasks:

 

  • Develop and lead the implementation of the GBV Advocacy, Prevention and Response Project Communications and Knowledge Management strategy;
  • Lead the growth of a well-maintained information management system that gathers, extracts, packages, preserves, allocates and repeatedly informs indication, data and information on GBV for interior and peripheral spectators;
  • Lead in drafting and editing Gender and GBV communication resources and supporting communication initiatives;
  • Harmonize with field staff, the GBV Sub Cluster Coordinator and the GBV Information Manager to track, examine and publicize data on GBV in the COVID framework
  • In close partnership with the Operational Research Team and the M&E team, classify and gather prevailing and developing evidence capitals to update enduring project implementation;
  • Coordinate frequently with the Asia Pacific Regional Office (APRO) Gender and GBV Team on classifying and sharing evidence resources to contribute to advanced methods to the project’s execution, with capturing the consequence of COVID on GBV occurrence and service facility;
  • Involve enthusiastically with project implementing partners, provincial UNFPA staff and recipients to collect good practices, lessons learned, and categorize tactics for utilizing collected response to advance activity operation, including capturing the COVID context-related best practice on service delivery during a pandemic;
  • Support the Programme Specialist, GBV in Kathmandu and Programme Analysts, GBV in the execution of community outreach proceedings, guaranteeing COVID-related protections and guidelines are followed;
  • Prepare Bulletins, Case Studies, infographics, and Fact Sheets for broader distribution among associates, contributors, government associates, and sponsors. Coordinate with the advocacy and communication officer to encourage GBVPR through UNFPA Nepal’s social media and digital platforms with website;
  • Conduct field missions to monitor communication and community outreach activities, identify the area of developments and gather information and human stories for advocacy and communication resources;
  • Support and document field visits and prepare meeting reports;
  • In close coordination with the Communications Officer in Kathmandu, establish close working dealings with TV, radio and news agencies to encourage and circulate UNFPA’s decree, goals, activities, and principles;
  • Support with the organization of activities correlated to GBVPR project and provide general support for planning and project administrative activities as required;
  • Any other relent tasks as may be mandatory or allocated by the supervisor.

 

Furthermore, UN Volunteers are encouraged to integrate the UN Volunteers programme mandate within their assignment and promote voluntary action through engagement with communities in the course of their work. As such, UN Volunteers should dedicate a part of their working time to some of the following suggested activities:

 

  • Strengthen their knowledge and understanding of the concept of volunteerism by reading relevant UNV and external publications and take active part in UNV activities (for instance in events that mark International Volunteer Day);
  • Be acquainted with and build on traditional and/or local forms of volunteerism in the host country;
  • Provide annual and end of assignment self-reports on UN Volunteer actions, results and opportunities.
  • Contribute articles/write-ups on field experiences and submit them for UNV publications/websites, newsletters, press releases, etc.;
  • Assist with the UNV Buddy Programme for newly-arrived UN Volunteers;
  • Promote or advise local groups in the use of online volunteering or encourage relevant local individuals and organizations to use the UNV Online Volunteering service whenever technically possible.

Fully Funded

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UN Volunteers: Communications & Knowledge Management Specialist

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Intership Type
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Description

Description

United Nations Population Fund’s (UNFPA) support to Nepal began in 1971 and has advanced in response to the altering national situations. The current 8th Country Programme (2018-2022) is in line with Sustainable Development Goals, ICPD Programme of Action, the UN Development Support Framework (UNDAF) for Nepal, and nationwide priorities set by the Government of Nepal.

 

UNFPA is the UN’s sexual and reproductive health agency, taking the lead in bringing a world where every pregnancy is desired, every childbirth is harmless and every young person’s potential is rewarded. UNFPA’s existing strategic proposal (2018-2021) reiterates its aim of worldwide access to sexual and reproductive rights, focusing women, adolescents and youth and emphasizes on three ambitious transformative outcomes to be achieved by 2030: to end unnecessary maternal deaths; end unmet need for family planning; and end gender-based violence and damaging practices against women and girls.

Eligibilities

Eligibilities

Minimum age of applicants must be 35 years old, nationals of the country of assignment are not eligible, except the assignments in Headquarters duty station.

 

Education:

 

A minimum of 10 years (with Masters) or 15 years (with Bachelors degree) of professional experience of communications, advocacy and knowledge management work (in journalism, media or other capacity) is vital

 

Experience:

 

  • 120 Months Required
  • Familiarity with global donors/funders and the development segment, and how to target communications that resonate with these shareholders is a plus;
  • Work experience in the UN or other international development institutions is an asset;
  • Knowledge and understanding of important matters linked to gender equality, women’s empowerment and gender-based violence prevention and response would be an asset
  • Excellent English oral and written skills; excellent drafting, design, reporting skills;
  • Accurateness and competence in document production and editing;

 

 

English (Mandatory) , Level – Fluent

 

 

  • Database design
  • Administration
  • Maintenance

 

Driving license: No

 

Competencies values:

 

  • Adaptability and Flexibility
  • Commitment and Motivation
  • Commitment to Continuous Learning
  • Communication
  • Integrity
  • Planning and Organizing
  • Professionalism
  • Working in Teams

Benefits

Benefits

A UN Volunteer receives a Volunteer Living Allowance (VLA) which is composed of the Monthly Living Allowance (MLA) and a Family Allowance (FA) for those with dependents (maximum three).

 

The Volunteer Living Allowance (VLA) is paid at the end of each month to cover housing, utilities, transportation, communications and other basic needs. The VLA can be computed by applying the Post-Adjustment Multiplier (PAM) to the VLA base rate of US$ 1,651. The VLA base rate is a global rate across the world, while the PAM is duty station/country-specific and fluctuates on a monthly basis according to the cost of living.

 

This method ensures that international UN Volunteers have comparable purchasing power at all duty stations irrespective of varying costs of living. The PAM is established by the International Civil Service Commission (ICSC) and is published at the beginning of every month on the ICSC website http://icsc.un.org.

 

Program Venue

Program Venue
Khatmandu

Eligible Regions

Eligible Regions

All Regions

Eligible Countries

Eligible Countries

All Countries

Application Process

Application Process

Not yet registered in the UNV Talent Pool?

 

 

Already registered in the UNV Talent Pool?

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Description of task

 

Within the delegated authority and under the administration of the GBV Prevention and Response Team Leader or her assigned representative(s), the UNV Communications and Knowledge Management Specialist will perform the following key and precise roles/tasks:

 

  • Develop and lead the implementation of the GBV Advocacy, Prevention and Response Project Communications and Knowledge Management strategy;
  • Lead the growth of a well-maintained information management system that gathers, extracts, packages, preserves, allocates and repeatedly informs indication, data and information on GBV for interior and peripheral spectators;
  • Lead in drafting and editing Gender and GBV communication resources and supporting communication initiatives;
  • Harmonize with field staff, the GBV Sub Cluster Coordinator and the GBV Information Manager to track, examine and publicize data on GBV in the COVID framework
  • In close partnership with the Operational Research Team and the M&E team, classify and gather prevailing and developing evidence capitals to update enduring project implementation;
  • Coordinate frequently with the Asia Pacific Regional Office (APRO) Gender and GBV Team on classifying and sharing evidence resources to contribute to advanced methods to the project’s execution, with capturing the consequence of COVID on GBV occurrence and service facility;
  • Involve enthusiastically with project implementing partners, provincial UNFPA staff and recipients to collect good practices, lessons learned, and categorize tactics for utilizing collected response to advance activity operation, including capturing the COVID context-related best practice on service delivery during a pandemic;
  • Support the Programme Specialist, GBV in Kathmandu and Programme Analysts, GBV in the execution of community outreach proceedings, guaranteeing COVID-related protections and guidelines are followed;
  • Prepare Bulletins, Case Studies, infographics, and Fact Sheets for broader distribution among associates, contributors, government associates, and sponsors. Coordinate with the advocacy and communication officer to encourage GBVPR through UNFPA Nepal’s social media and digital platforms with website;
  • Conduct field missions to monitor communication and community outreach activities, identify the area of developments and gather information and human stories for advocacy and communication resources;
  • Support and document field visits and prepare meeting reports;
  • In close coordination with the Communications Officer in Kathmandu, establish close working dealings with TV, radio and news agencies to encourage and circulate UNFPA’s decree, goals, activities, and principles;
  • Support with the organization of activities correlated to GBVPR project and provide general support for planning and project administrative activities as required;
  • Any other relent tasks as may be mandatory or allocated by the supervisor.

 

Furthermore, UN Volunteers are encouraged to integrate the UN Volunteers programme mandate within their assignment and promote voluntary action through engagement with communities in the course of their work. As such, UN Volunteers should dedicate a part of their working time to some of the following suggested activities:

 

  • Strengthen their knowledge and understanding of the concept of volunteerism by reading relevant UNV and external publications and take active part in UNV activities (for instance in events that mark International Volunteer Day);
  • Be acquainted with and build on traditional and/or local forms of volunteerism in the host country;
  • Provide annual and end of assignment self-reports on UN Volunteer actions, results and opportunities.
  • Contribute articles/write-ups on field experiences and submit them for UNV publications/websites, newsletters, press releases, etc.;
  • Assist with the UNV Buddy Programme for newly-arrived UN Volunteers;
  • Promote or advise local groups in the use of online volunteering or encourage relevant local individuals and organizations to use the UNV Online Volunteering service whenever technically possible.

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Description

United Nations Population Fund’s (UNFPA) support to Nepal began in 1971 and has advanced in response to the altering national situations. The current 8th Country Programme (2018-2022) is in line with Sustainable Development Goals, ICPD Programme of Action, the UN Development Support Framework (UNDAF) for Nepal, and nationwide priorities set by the Government of Nepal.

 

UNFPA is the UN’s sexual and reproductive health agency, taking the lead in bringing a world where every pregnancy is desired, every childbirth is harmless and every young person’s potential is rewarded. UNFPA’s existing strategic proposal (2018-2021) reiterates its aim of worldwide access to sexual and reproductive rights, focusing women, adolescents and youth and emphasizes on three ambitious transformative outcomes to be achieved by 2030: to end unnecessary maternal deaths; end unmet need for family planning; and end gender-based violence and damaging practices against women and girls.

BENIFITS

A UN Volunteer receives a Volunteer Living Allowance (VLA) which is composed of the Monthly Living Allowance (MLA) and a Family Allowance (FA) for those with dependents (maximum three).

 

The Volunteer Living Allowance (VLA) is paid at the end of each month to cover housing, utilities, transportation, communications and other basic needs. The VLA can be computed by applying the Post-Adjustment Multiplier (PAM) to the VLA base rate of US$ 1,651. The VLA base rate is a global rate across the world, while the PAM is duty station/country-specific and fluctuates on a monthly basis according to the cost of living.

 

This method ensures that international UN Volunteers have comparable purchasing power at all duty stations irrespective of varying costs of living. The PAM is established by the International Civil Service Commission (ICSC) and is published at the beginning of every month on the ICSC website http://icsc.un.org.

 

Eligibilities

Minimum age of applicants must be 35 years old, nationals of the country of assignment are not eligible, except the assignments in Headquarters duty station.

 

Education:

 

A minimum of 10 years (with Masters) or 15 years (with Bachelors degree) of professional experience of communications, advocacy and knowledge management work (in journalism, media or other capacity) is vital

 

Experience:

 

  • 120 Months Required
  • Familiarity with global donors/funders and the development segment, and how to target communications that resonate with these shareholders is a plus;
  • Work experience in the UN or other international development institutions is an asset;
  • Knowledge and understanding of important matters linked to gender equality, women’s empowerment and gender-based violence prevention and response would be an asset
  • Excellent English oral and written skills; excellent drafting, design, reporting skills;
  • Accurateness and competence in document production and editing;

 

 

English (Mandatory) , Level – Fluent

 

 

  • Database design
  • Administration
  • Maintenance

 

Driving license: No

 

Competencies values:

 

  • Adaptability and Flexibility
  • Commitment and Motivation
  • Commitment to Continuous Learning
  • Communication
  • Integrity
  • Planning and Organizing
  • Professionalism
  • Working in Teams

For Further Queries:

Eligible Regions:

Program Venue:

It will be held in Khatmandu.

APPLICATION PROCESS

Not yet registered in the UNV Talent Pool?

 

 

Already registered in the UNV Talent Pool?

 

Applications will be closed at:
January 11, 2021
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