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Consultant pour le Bureau des Nations unies à Genève

mardi 26 juin 2012

Date limite de candidature : 1er juillet 2012

Extrait de la présentation en ligne :

"Within the framework of the UNECE/UNFPA project for the 20-year assessment of the status of implementation of the Programme of Action of the International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD) in the UNECE region, the consultant will be responsible in overseeing and carrying out activities related to coordination of the operational review/survey of ICPD programme implementation in UNECE countries, consolidation of survey’s analytical results into a regional report and assistance in organisation of the regional validation exercise on the report. [...]


- Education : Advanced University Degree (Master’s Degree) in demography, population studies, social science or equivalent.
- Work Experience : 10 years of extensive experience in the area of population issues, demography, and public policy on a national and international level within UNECE region.
Experience in conducting surveys and presenting survey results, coordinating inputs from and consulting with governments and other stakeholders and in organizing international meetings is expected.
- Languages : Fluency in English (both oral and written) with excellent drafting skills is required ; knowledge of Russian an asset
- Special skills : Very good analytical and communication skills ; excellent planning and organizing capacity ; ability to work in a multicultural environment. An in-depth
understanding of a diversity of population and development issues in the UNECE region, familiarity with population-related global policy frameworks, in particular with the
Programme of Action of the International Conference on Population and Development."

Contrat de 2 fois 7 mois (langue anglaise exigée).

Source : IUESP

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