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Date Posted : Apr 13, 2021
Women's Protection and Empowerment (WPE) Coordinator (IRC) Yaounde
  • Required No. of Employee's : 1
  • Salary : 0.00
  • Duration of Employment : Fixed Term
  • Prefered Sex : Male/Female
  • Sector of Vacancy : HUMANITARIAN

Qualification/Work Experience :

  • Job Requirements • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in international affairs, social work, gender studies, law, human rights, development or related subject; • At least five years of experience developing and managing Protection programming with focus on GBV prevention and response, and women’s empowerment in humanitarian contexts; • Demonstrated ability to conduct needs assessments, and propose context-appropriate solutions based on analysis of needs and gaps; • Substantial experience in design of programming and drafting of concept notes and proposals; • Experience managing donor funded programs and grants, including staff management, budget oversight, monitoring and evaluation systems, and technical input to proposal-budget development and donor reports; • Good communicator with strong organizational, time management and analytical skills • Excellent inter-personal, cultural and diplomatic skills • Flexibility to adapt to changing requirements • Strong capacity to mentor and build capacity of staff • Ability to juggle competing priorities, meet demanding deadlines and work under pressure in unstable security environment • Strong skills in Microsoft Office Suite • Fluency in English and/or French, with strong working knowledge in both • IRC experience is an asset Working environment Security: Yaoundé is currently security level yellow and has no curfew in place. Maroua and Kousseri are security level orange and the IRC has a curfew in place, while Buea is level red with a curfew in place. The situation is calm though there remains a risk of terrorist attack and kidnap. This is a non-accompanied post. The IRC and IRC workers must adhere to the values and principles outlined in IRC Way - Standards for Professional Conduct. These are Integrity, Service, Accountability and Equality. In accordance with these values, the IRC operates and enforces policies on Beneficiary Protection from Exploitation and Abuse, Child Safeguarding, Anti Workplace Harassment, Fiscal Integrity, and Anti-Retaliation. IRC is equal opportunity employer, considered all the candidates on the basis of merit without regard to race, sex, color, nationality, religion, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran or disability.

Job Description:

  • Job Overview The Women’s Protection & Empowerment Coordinator leads the IRC’s efforts to meet conflict-affected people’s safety and protection needs, reducing risk of gender-based violence, and responding to cases of violence, coercion and deprivation, as well as mainstreaming protection throughout the IRC’s response in Cameroon. Protection is a signature part of the IRC’s strategy in Cameroon. The Women’s Protection & Empowerment Coordinator will define and manage a clear programmatic strategy and plan, drive forward implementation and ensure robust and effective management and oversight of protection programming to meet highest programmatic standards while responding to needs of local communities through accountable delivery of programs. The position reports to the Deputy Director for Programs (DDP), with technical supervision of the WPE Managers and M&E focal point. This position is based in Yaoundé with frequent trips to Maroua, Kousseri, Buea and Bamenda offices (approximately 50% of time). Major Responsibilities 1. Program Strategy & Program Development • Provide strategic direction, leadership and overall technical and management support to the Women’s Protection and Empowerment (WPE) programming, ensuring it is needs-based, context-appropriate, responsive, coherent, collaborative, and operationally feasible; • Ensure inputs into country-level Strategic Action Plan (SAP), ensuring a contextualized strategy for Protection activities, in close collaboration with Deputy Director for Programs (DDP); • Contribute to growing the WPE portfolio in line with the Strategic Action Plan, through proactive engagement with key stakeholders and donors, in addition to leading in the technical development of concept notes and proposals for existing and new donors; • Ensure high quality program design processes, based on thorough analysis of gaps and needs, application of identified lessons learned, and ensuring adherence to evidence-based approaches linked to theories of change; • Based on thorough review of needs and gaps in service provision and coverage of humanitarian and development actors, and government agencies, ensure programmatic priorities are regularly reviewed for relevance and adaptations proposed; • Ensure integration opportunities are explored and leveraged across the three protection streams of Women’s Protection and Empowerment (WPE), Child Protection, and Protection & Rule of Law (PRoL) as well as the Economic Recovery & Development (ERD), Environmental Health (EH/WASH), Education sectors to enhance the quality of programming and a holistic approach to addressing the protection needs of the target populations. 2. Program Management and Quality • Ensure projects and activities are of high technical quality, meet humanitarian standards, mainstream protection, align with IRC’s Outcomes and Evidence Framework, and respond to community and monitoring feedback; • Working closely with Field Coordinators and Program Managers, ensure technically sound programmatic work plans and spending plans, reviewing plans regularly and proposing adaptations as needed; • Undertake regular field monitoring visits to assess progress and identify technical quality issues and/or other implementation issues, provide solutions and implement modifications as required; • Ensure adaptive approach within program team, ensuring regular review of programmatic data and beneficiary and community feedback, in order to remain responsive to needs, preferences, and changing context; • Ensure review of program delivery against strategic objectives of effectiveness, responsiveness, speed & timeliness, reach & scale, best use of resources - proposing changes accordingly; • Liaise with the M&E Manager to support M&E activities for the WPE program, map lessons learnt and identify opportunities for evaluations and quality improvement; • Working closely with the Field Coordinators, lead the design and planning of assessments and context-appropriate research aimed at generating a strong evidence base for IRC protection programming, as well as informing IRC advocacy; • Proactively identify, assess, monitor and implement measures to reduce or control risks that may impact program delivery, quality or compliance; • Liaise with Technical Advisors to ensure relevant support, tools and resources are being provided and integrated into programming; • Promote and assist the other IRC’s programming sectors with the integration of protection (protection mainstreaming). 3. Grant Monitoring & Reporting • Ensure regular monitoring of work plans and progress of activities on grants, actively participating in Project Cycle Meetings, including Project Design Meetings, Project Opening Meetings, Project Implementation Meetings, Project Learning Meetings, and Grant Closing Meetings. • Ensure that adequate M&E systems and practices are in place to allow for data-driven programmatic decision making and reporting; • Ensure that all internal and external reporting requirements are met, that reports are of a high quality and are submitted on time; • Prepare quality reports for donors and IRC according to the proposed timetables and activity outlines, and monitor programmatic indicators and achievements; • Work closely and in coordination with IRC logistics, finance and grants staff to ensure timeliness and compliance of program activities and expenditures. Has budget authority to pre-approve limits and responsibility for budget development and compliance under the direction of the PDO; • Working closely with Field Coordinator, design program reporting templates and ensure regular reporting from staff in the field; • Ensure completion of monthly internal report highlighting progress of activities, trends, and contextual changes for reporting to region and external stakeholders; 4. Representation, coordination and advocacy • Engage and maintain effective working relationships with stakeholders and protection coordination structures in Cameroon, including NGO, UN, and technical and government actors. • Lead in national coordination representation, regularly attending Protection Sector and GBV AOR meetings. Ensure representation and active participation by Program Managers in regional Cluster and Sector working group meetings. Ensure to maintain updated information on needs and gaps, sharing with WPE team and technical advisors for consideration within Cameroon. • Identify advocacy opportunities together with the Deputy Director for Programs and based on information coming from the field; • Together with the DDP, work closely with IRC’s advocacy and media teams, and the Violence Prevention and Response Technical Unit for the launch and dissemination of research reports and findings; • Together with the DDP, contribute to the advocacy efforts of IRC Cameroon and the West Africa Region through analysis of the policy environment and trends; • Support the greater sharing and use of research and learning within IRC’s program sectors, including by contributing to program development and design, to ensure interventions are responsive to needs and informed by a sound understanding of the environment(s) in Cameroon. 5. Staff Management and Development • Coach, train, and mentor WPE staff with the aim of strengthening their technical capacity, exchanging knowledge within the team and providing professional development guidance; • Supervise and mentor staff, including communicating clear expectations, and in partnership with the direct line supervisor, setting performance objectives, providing regular and timely performance feedback, and contribute to the annual and mid-year performance reviews; • Provide constructive feedback and counsel on appropriate career paths and professional development; • Promote and monitor staff care and well-being; approve and manage all leave requests to ensure adequate coverage; • Provide leadership support for successful adherence by staff to IRC’s Global HR Operating Policies and Procedures; • Adhere to and act in accordance with the IRC Global HR Policies and Procedures, and communicate through word and example a high standard of compliance with all applicable policies and regulations. To apply go to, https://rescue.csod.com/ux/ats/careersite/1/home/requisition/14203?c=rescue&source=unjobs

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EMPLOYER'S LOCATION : Yaounde

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Date Posted : Jan 05, 2021
Responsable des Ventes (TEBIMOSA PHARMACEUTICALS) Yaounde
  • Required No. of Employee's : 1
  • Salary : 0.00
  • Duration of Employment : Full Time
  • Prefered Sex : Male/Female
  • Sector of Vacancy : SALES AND MARKETING

Qualification/Work Experience :

  • compétences ralationelles: Être réactif dans la gestion des aléas et des problèmes Être à l'écoute de son équipe et recadrer si nécessaire Dialoguer avec son équipe, expliquer l'organisation et les résultats à atteindre Réussir à faire progresser son équipe dans ses pratiques Savoir motiver son équipe et impulser une dynamique commerciale Être force de proposition en termes d'actions correctrices, d'améliorations Travailler en collaboration étroite avec ses responsables Savoir se faire légitimer par la qualité de son travail et son exemplarité

Job Description:

  • Dans le cadre de ces activités de productions et de distribution de medicaments et autres consommables medicaux, le Laboratoire TEBIMOSA PHARMACEUTICALS, laboratoire de production pharmaceutique basée a Yaoundé depuis 2017, recherche un Responsable des Ventes qualifié et dynamique. Le responsable de vente est responsable de l'animation commerciale d'un ou de plusieurs produits Son périmètre d'activité et son niveau de responsabilité varie selon la taille de la ville et du porte-feuille client. Il pilote les ventes et contribue à la bonne gestion, au développement du chiffre d'affaires et de la marge de son Entreprise. Il manage et développe les compétences de son équipe. Il est à majorité présent sur le terrain et participe à la vente avec son équipe. Il dépend hiérarchiquement du responsable des opérations, du Directeur commercial/Marketing et du PDG. Pour postuler, envoyer vos CV et Lettres de motivation au mail administration@tebimosa.com, ou deposer les dans les locaux sis à Titi Garage, Essos, Face Karisse CLUB, à 50m de la Pharmacie Athera. Tel: 691 52 41 34/ 691 04 69 94 Offre valable jusqu'au 11/01/2021

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Date Posted : Oct 19, 2020
Tresorier Senior (SGBC) Douala
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  • Salary : 0.00
  • Duration of Employment : Full Time
  • Prefered Sex : Male/Female
  • Sector of Vacancy : BANKING / FINANCE

Qualification/Work Experience :

  • Compétences Techniques Commercial : techniques de négociation Bonne connaissance des marchés de capitaux aux niveaux national et international, des instruments financiers et de la réglementation Gestion de la trésorerie bancaire Connaissance des acteurs, du marché et de la réglementation en zone CEMAC Gestion des risques financiers Compétences Comportementales Ténacité et orientation résultats Sens du risque Prise de décision Recul et vision stratégique Coopération et esprit d’équipe Compétences Managériales Pilotage d’équipe Animation et leadership

Job Description:

  • OFFRE D'EMPLOI LA SOCIÉTÉ GÉNÉRALE CAMEROUN RECHERCHE POUR SA DIRECTION FINANCIÈRE UN (01) TRÉSORIER SENIOR Le Trésorier Senior sera en charge du développement commercial de l’activité sur les marchés de capitaux, le pilotage de la trésorerie et de la politique de funding ainsi que du suivi des objectifs et des réalisations du Département. Il/Elle sera aussi chargé du développement et de la gestion des relations avec les banques correspondantes. Il/Elle a pour rôle de : En matière de développement commercial de l’activité sur les marchés de capitaux : Développer la rentabilité des placements de la banque sur les marchés interbancaire et titres Développer l’intervention de la banque sur le marché secondaire des valeurs du Trésor et démarcher les clients en excédent de ressources pour les inciter à investir Développer les relations d’affaires avec les banques locales et internationales Développer les produits/services de la banque relatifs aux marchés de capitaux Conseiller et accompagner les clients dans l’émission de titres sur le marché monétaire (titres de créances négociables etc.) Surveiller les comptes de produits et de charges liés à l’activité. En matière de gestion de la Trésorerie et de pilotage de la politique de funding : Assurer la gestion quotidienne de la trésorerie de la banque en établissant des prévisions de trésorerie fiables, et en proposant les mesures à prendre pour optimiser la gestion de la liquidité Assurer le pilotage au jour le jour de la position de liquidité en XAF et en devises à travers l’animation du comité quotidien de trésorerie Émettre des propositions sur les opportunités de placement / refinancement sur les marchés de capitaux (nature, durée du support, volumes …) Gérer le portefeuille obligataire pour compte propre Négocier de manière optimale les lignes de funding et veiller à leur remboursement/apurement selon les échéances contractuelles Veiller au respect des limites en matière de position de change Servir de relais avec la Banque Centrale dans le cadre du préfinancement des dossiers de transferts Veiller au respect de la production de tous les reportings réglementaires et internes au Groupe dans les délais impartis et valider les reportings avant transmission. En matière de correspondent banking : Veiller à la conformité des nouvelles entrées en relations avec des institutions bancaires aux normes du Groupe (en lien avec de département Conformité et Sécurité Financière de la banque) Veiller à la mise à jour annuelle du KYC des banques correspondantes Jouer le rôle de Conseiller Clientèle auprès des banques détenant un compte dans nos livres Veiller à la délivrance d’une haute qualité de service aux banques correspondantes. En matière de surveillance permanente et d’innovation : Veiller à l’établissement des procédures pour toutes les activités du département et à leur mise à jour régulière Initier et piloter des projets conduisant à un gain de productivité et à plus de sécurité dans la conduite des activités du département Assurer la surveillance permanente des activités du département. Pour ce poste de 10ème catégorie basé à Douala, le candidat devra avoir les compétences suivantes : Profil du Candidat : Ingénieur et/ou Mathématicien, BAC + 4/5 en Banque, Finance, Sciences de gestion ou discipline équivalente Minimum 03 ans d’expérience avérée dans le métier. Parfaite maîtrise du pack office (Word, EXCEL, PowerPoint) Etre bilingue Comment Postuler? Tous les candidats interéssés sont invités à postuler en ligne via le lien suivant en joignant CV + copie CNI: TRÉSORIER SENIOR DATE LIMITE DE RÉCEPTION DES CANDIDATURES : Jeudi, 22 octobre 2020 A 17 HEURES. NB : SEULES LES CANDIDATURES RETENUES SERONT CONTACTÉES ULTÉRIEUREMENT.

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Date Posted : Apr 22, 2020
Cocoa Beans Purchasing Manager (SIC CACOAS) Douala
  • Required No. of Employee's : 1
  • Salary : 0.00
  • Duration of Employment : Full Time
  • Prefered Sex : Male/Female
  • Sector of Vacancy : PURCHASING & /SUPPLY/MARKETING

Qualification/Work Experience :

  • About you: 3-years diploma in Commercial or Marketing 3-years professional experience in cocoa activity/business and accounting Good knowledge of the field Good negotiation skills Good team management and communication skills Good integrity and ethics Computer literacy (Word, Excel) B driver's license with a driving experience Mobility

Job Description:

  • At Barry Callebaut, we are on a journey to transform the cocoa and chocolate industry. As the world’s leading manufacturer of high-quality chocolate and cocoa products, our actions truly shape the future of our industry. We are a business-to-business company, serving the entire food sector, from the cocoa bean to the finest chocolate product. We are a company with a purpose, we believe in doing well by doing good and reinvesting in the communities we operate. We have a long-standing commitment to sustainability and our goal is to shape a sustainable cocoa and chocolate future. We are headquartered in Zurich, and have more than 11,000 passionate Employees working in more than 35 countries worldwide. We are very proud of who we are and what we do. And of course, we are always looking for talented people to help us have a positive impact on our industry and beyond! About the role: To ensure the cocoa sourcing in the dedicated region and create value for the company. Key responsibilities include: To ensure Negotiate purchase prices to the suppliers and manage contract as regards to his suppliers porfolio and zone of action when needed via weekly forecast tracking Manage and track pre-financing records as regards to his specific suppliers in synergy with Cocoa Supply Director Manage suppliers' daily concerns Create and maintain an information network (competition, production, prices on the ground) Ensure regular bush tours (prospecting, debt collection, information….) and plan cocoa beans buyers bush tours on weekly basis for those already settlled up country and every 15 days for those who are based in Douala. Responsible for the maintaining a close relationship with suppliers and finding new ones ( from the competition ) - management portfolio Prepare and communicate weekly activity report as regards to his suppliers porfolio Participate and promote BC’s Forever Chocolate activities in his suppliers portfolio HOW TO APPLY To apply, please go to "careers" page on group BARRY CALLEBAUT website: www.barry-callebaut.com

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Date Posted : Feb 28, 2020
CONSULTANCY
  • Required No. of Employee's : 1
  • Salary : 0.00
  • Duration of Employment : 01-6 Months
  • Prefered Sex : Male/Female
  • Sector of Vacancy : CONSULTANCY

Qualification/Work Experience :

  • Required Skills and Experience Educational background: Master in land-use planning, agronomy, forestry, economic development, natural resources management or social sciences; Professional experience: Demonstrated experience of at least 7 years in the fields of land-use planning, natural resource management and climate change in Central Africa; Strong and accurate knowledge of Cameroon and its strategic documents: its sectoral policies in the field of land use and land management, its institutions and line ministries with a demonstrated ability to liaise with them, the ongoing projects and programs in the field of land use, forestry, conservation, its financial and technical partners and their respective portfolio; Relevant and proven professional experience in conducting multi-sectoral policy dialogues and in conducting development planning processes; Strong knowledge of CAFI ToRs, results frameworks, programming modalities and pipeline of projects; Demonstrated experience in working with international institutions and governments; Language requirement: Fluency in English and French is required. Duration & location The consultancy is for 30 workdays. It will be home-based with at least two missions to Yaoundé, where the consultant will be based in GIZ’s PROFE Program. A detailed work plan will be discussed and agreed upon with the CAFI Secretariat. Mission travel will be administered and processed separately in accordance with UNDP travel policies and procedures. Reporting and Schedule of Payments The consultant will report to the Head of the CAFI Secretariat and will work closely with other members of the CAFI Secretariat. The individual consultant will be compensated based on an all-inclusive daily fee, to be paid based upon submission of a time sheet with corresponding deliverables, to be reviewed and cleared by the CAFI head of Secretariat. Presentation of Offer UNDP applies a fair and transparent selection process that would take into account both the technical qualification of Individual Consultants as well as their financial proposals. The contract will be awarded to the candidate whose offer: Is deemed technically responsive / compliant / acceptable (only technically responsive applications/ candidates will be considered for the financial evaluation) And has obtained the highest combined technical and financial scores. The application submission is a two-step process. Failure to comply with the submission process may result in disqualification of the application: Step 1: Interested individual consultants must apply online and include the following documents when submitting the application in the UNDP job shop. Personal History Form (P11) or An updated curriculum vitae (CV) Step 2: Submission of Financial Proposal Technically qualified applicants will be instructed to submit their financial proposals using the UNDP IC Offeror’s letter template. Daily fee/rate must be expressed in US dollars. The offeror’s letter/financial proposal should be submitted separately by email to the panel/staff who will conclude the technical-financial evaluation. Criteria for Selection of the Best Offer The consultant’s offer will be evaluated based on the following criteria: Combined Scoring method – where the technical qualifications will be weighted a maximum of 70%, and combined with the price offer which will be weighted a max of 30%. Only candidates obtaining a minimum of 70 points would be considered for the financial criteria. Technical Criteria – 70% of total evaluation based on qualifications as indicated above Financial Criteria – 30% of total evaluation (30 points for financial offer)

Job Description:

  • Background Central Africa is home to the second largest tropical rainforest in the world. Forest loss is accelerating despite ongoing efforts, as government action alone has not been sufficient to establish an effective balance between the interests of the forest and economic development. On this basis, a coalition of willing donors together with Central African partner countries – Central African Republic, the Democratic Republic of Congo, the Republic of Cameroon, the Republic of Congo, the Republic of Equatorial Guinea, and the Republic of Gabon – have decided to enter into a collaborative partnership to establish the Central African Forest Initiative (CAFI). The objective of this initiative is to recognize and preserve the value of the forests in the region to mitigate climate change, reduce poverty, and contribute to sustainable development. This objective will be attained through the implementation of country-led, national scale REDD+ and Low Emissions Development (LED) investment frameworks that include policy reforms and measures to address the drivers of deforestation and forest degradation and promote sustainable development. The CAFI Trust Fund is the principal means to implement the Central African Forest Initiative. A growing number of CAFI EB members have signed and pledged in 2019 additional contributions to the CAFI trust fund, including Germany, who has taken over the CAFI Presidency in 2020 for the next two years. One of the key priority countries is Cameroon, which signed the CAFI Declaration in 2015. Cameroon’s vision is to become a newly industrialized, emerging and middle-income country by 2035. The national development plan (SND) emphasizes the importance of the rural sector to diversify and develop the national economy. The SND also puts forward ambitious economic development goals in the industry and services sector (energy, agro-industry, forest-wood-industry, mining). In the context of the national greenhouse gas reduction target of 32% by 2035 (Nationally Determined Contribution), and with financial support through a CAFI preparatory grant, Cameroon has elaborated a draft National Investment Framework (NIF) to address drivers of deforestation, channel domestic and international donor finance to sustainable land-use and help coordinate interventions across policy sectors. However, policy goals from medium- and long-term economic development strategies are not yet aligned with Cameroon’s NDC and are likely to impact negatively on the country’s forest cover, unless a high-level and cross-sectoral policy dialogue is initiated and the different sectoral strategies harmonized with the draft national investment framework (NIF) elaborated under the CAFI preparatory grant. A delegation from Cameroon’s Ministry of Environment participated in CAFI’s 12th executive board meeting held from 02 to 05 April 2019 in Bonn in Germany, where CAFI Board members reiterated the need for a high-level political dialogue between the ministries responsible for land use and land management in Cameroon, and underlined the importance of identifying a high-level ministerial task force under the lead of a cross-sectoral ministry or government body in charge of finance coordination and reforms to oversee the implementation of programs Duties and Responsibilities The objective of this consultancy is two-fold: The consultant will prepare ideas and guidance on possible communication channels and lines to the government that will help the CAFI Executive Board in its future policy dialogue with the government and the negotiation of framework conditions of a potential letter of intent with Cameroon (40% of workload). This also includes the identification of a cross-sectoral and operational government structure that could be capable of coordinating, on a day-to-day basis, the political dialogue with CAFI and the implementation of potential future programs (10% of workload). The consultant will provide technical support to the CAFI Executive Board by identifying the strategic axes for government commitments (such as non-conversion of certain types of forest as in other LOIs signed by CAFI; sustainable forest exploitation, zero-deforestation commodities etc.) that could form the basis of a future letter of intent in line with present and future drivers of forest loss identified in the national investment framework (50% of workload). Reports and deliverables can be written at home. At least two missions to Cameroon (Yaoundé) are required where the consultant will work from the GIZ’s PROFE office . Airline tickets, DSA and terminals will be covered and processed by UNDP separately. The visa expenses will also be reimbursed by UNDP, upon submission of proofs/receipts. Deliverables Estimate Duration Estimate due date Inception Report specifying consultant’s role and mandate after initial discussions with partners on the ground in Yaoundé. 1 day As soon as possible Options paper offering ideas and guidance on possible entry points and channels for communication with the government to conduct a cross-sectoral policy dialogue during which the framework conditions of a potential future Letter of Intent with Cameroons could be negotiated and Cameroon’s long-term engagement in CAFI strengthened. The paper should outline options for a cross-sectoral and operational government structure that could be capable of coordinating, on a day-to-day basis, the political dialogue with CAFI and the implementation of potential programs 14 days June 2020 Strategic framework to be presented to the Board: One general document outlining the strategic axes/priorities for possible government commitments based on the national investment framework (e.g. non-conversion of certain types of forest, sustainable forest exploitation, zero-deforestation commodities etc) 15 days June 2020 Total 30 days Competencies Corporate Competencies: Demonstrates commitment to UNDP´s mission, vision and values; Displays cultural, gender, religion, race, nationality and age sensitivity and adaptability; Highest standards of integrity, discretion and loyalty. Functional Competencies: Diplomacy and tact; Ability to communicate and work closely with a variety of people within a multicultural environment; Demonstrated ability to work within a multi-disciplinary and international framework with a wide range of partners; Strong work ethic and commitment; Concise and analytical thinking; Organized and resourceful. Interested candidates should apply via the website, https://jobs.undp.org

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