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UNIVERSITY OF BOTSWANA JOBS - 2/27/2015

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LECTURER IN THE DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERINGHuman Resources24.02.201526.06.2015Details
PROFESSOR IN THE DEPARTMENT OF POPULATION STUDIESHuman Resources17.02.201531.07.2015Details
LECTURER IN ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRYHuman Resources13.02.201513.03.2015Details
LECTURER IN ORGANIC CHEMISTRY (2 YEAR CONTRACT)Human Resources03.02.201527.02.2015Details
TEACHING ASSISTANT (GRADUATES) 2- year ContractHuman Resources16.01.201526.06.2015Details
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR/ SENIOR RESEARCH SCHOLAR/ RESEARCH SCHOLAR IN NATURAL RESOURCES ECONOMICSHuman Resources16.01.201526.06.2015Details
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR/ SENIOR RESEARCH SCHOLAR/ RESEARCH SCHOLAR - INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL POLICYHuman Resources16.01.201526.06.2015Details
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR/ SENIOR RESEARCH SCHOLAR/ RESEARCH SCHOLAR - SPATIAL POLICY IN NATURAL RESOURCES GOVERNANCEHuman Resources16.01.201526.06.2015Details
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR/ SENIOR RESEARCH SCHOLAR/ RESEARCH SCHOLAR - CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATIONHuman Resources16.01.201526.06.2015Details
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR/ SENIOR RESEARCH SCHOLAR/ RESEARCH SCHOLAR - CLIMATE CHANGE SCIENCEHuman Resources16.01.201526.06.2015Details
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR/ SENIOR RESEARCH SCHOLAR - HYDROLOGISTHuman Resources16.01.201526.06.2015Details
SENIOR LECTURER IN ECONOMIC GEOLOGYHuman Resources20.11.201429.05.2015Details
POFESSOR/ ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR IN RADIATION AND HEALTH PHYSICSHuman Resources18.11.201429.05.2015Details
X-RAY POWDER DIFFRACTOMETER (XRPD) SCIENTISTHuman Resources17.11.201430.05.2015Details
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ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR/ SENIOR LECTURER IN GEOPHYSICSHuman Resources17.11.201430.05.2015Details
SENIOR LECTURER (2 year contract) DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICSHuman Resources14.05.201429.05.2015Details

Programme Management Officer : United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime

Posting Title: Project Officer, P3
Job Code Title: Programme Management Officer
Department/ Office: United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime
Duty Station: VIENNA
Posting Period: 23 February 2015-25 March 2015
Job Opening number: 15-PGM-UNODC-40843-R-VIENNA (E)
Org. Setting and Reporting
This position is located in the Regional Section for Africa and the Middle East (RSAME), in the Integrated Programme and Oversight Branch (IPB), Division for Operations (DO), United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) in Vienna, Austria. The Project Officer will work under the direct supervision of the Chief of RSAME, as well as in close consultation with the Representative of the UNODC Country Office in Nigeria (CONIG), in Abuja.
For more information on UNODC, please visit our website: www.unodc.org
Education
An advanced university degree (Master’s degree or equivalent) in social sciences, economics, international relations, law, political science, statistics, public administration, management or related field is required. A first-level university degree in combination with two additional years of qualifying experience may be accepted in lieu of the advanced university degree.
Work Experience
A minimum of five years of progressively responsible experience in technical cooperation and programme management, at the international and/or national levels is required. Work experience in the areas of drug control activities, crime or terrorism prevention, law enforcement, criminal justice, security sector, governance, public administration, peace-building, conflict prevention or other related areas, is required. Field experience in the above areas is highly desirable. Experience with multi-million portfolios is desirable.
Languages
English and French are the working languages of the United Nations Secretariat. For the position advertised, fluency in English, i.e. oral and written proficiency, is required. Working knowledge of French is highly desirable. Knowledge of another official United Nations language is an advantage.

Internship: Socially Sustainable Development Programme / Social and Solidarity Economy

UNRISD is now accepting applications for two internship positions, starting in April 2015 and in July 2015, to assist with the project on “Potential and Limits of Social and Solidarity Economy”, including related work on social and solidarity finance (www.unrisd.org/sse](http://www.unrisd.org/sse)) under the supervision of Pascal van Griethuysen, Research Coordinator.
While at UNRISD, the intern will be asked to:
  • provide research assistance for the project indicated above;
  • conduct library and Internet searches and assist with drafting and editing potential publications; and
  • contribute to ongoing work tasks related to project management, fundraising activities, external relations, and event organization.
Qualifications, skills and competencies:
  • Education in public policy, development studies, economics, sociology, political science or a related field at an accredited university, and academic and professional experience in relevant issues.
  • We are especially interested in candidates with expertise in social and solidarity economy, and connections with finance and sustainable development (including ethical banking, financial cooperatives, microfinance, complementary currencies, etc.).
  • Written and spoken fluency in English is essential, good working knowledge of French and Spanish is desirable.
  • Teamwork
  • Accountability
This UNRISD internship is in accordance with the rules and regulations of the UN Internship Programme.
  • At the time of application, applicants must meet one of the following requirements (as per UN Secretariat rules regarding interns)
    (i) be enrolled in a graduate school programme (second university degree or equivalent, or higher)
    (ii) be enrolled in the final academic year of a first university degree programme (minimum Bachelor’s level or equivalent); or
    (iii) have graduated with a university degree (as defined in (i) and (ii) above) and, if selected, commence the internship within a one-year period of graduation.
  • Interns are not financially remunerated.
  • UNRISD is not responsible for interns' travel expenses to and from Geneva, or for mandatory medical insurance during the period of the internship.
The deadline for applications is 15 March 2015 (23:59 Central European Time), with start dates in April or in July 2015 to be mutually agreed. The usual duration of the internship is three or four months, with the possibility of extension.If you have the required qualifications and are interested in this position, please apply online by clicking the button below.
Please use the "motivation" section to submit a cover letter specifying your interests and qualifications. Ensure that you indicate in the first line of the motivation section whether you are applying for the spring internship (start date in April 2015) and/or the summer internship (start date in July 2015).
Please use the “statement section” to discuss your knowledge and interest in the topic of social and solidarity economy and finance.
Kindly note that, due to limited staff resources, only those candidates who are short-listed will be contacted. Short-listed candidates for the spring internship will be contacted by 18 March 2015. Short-listed candidates for the summer internship will be contacted by 30 March 2015. Short-listed candidates will be interviewed by telephone or Skype.
UNRISD vacancies are posted at www.unrisd.org/vacancies. We encourage you to subscribe to our free email alerts service to be informed promptly of any openings.

HOW TO APPLY:
Click here to apply.

UNITED NATIONS JOBS - MOTSWANA - 2/27/2015

New York (USA)
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Programme Management
Geneva (Switzerland)
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Human Rights
Geneva (Switzerland)
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Administration
New York (USA)
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Political Affairs
New York (USA)
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Public Information
Geneva (Switzerland)
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Political Affairs
Bamako (Mali)
D-2
Political Affairs
New York (USA)
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Political Affairs
New York (USA)
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Security
New York (USA)
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Investment Management
Abuja (Nigeria)
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Drug Control and Crime Prevention
Goma (Democratic Republic of Congo)
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Logistics
New York (USA)
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Political Affairs
Goma (Democratic Republic of Congo)
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Logistics
New York (USA)
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Security
New York (USA)
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Procurement
Nairobi (Kenya)
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Programme Management
NAQOURA
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Information System and Technology
ALMATY (ALMA ATA)
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Economic Affairs
Brussels (Belgium)
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Public Information
MOSCOW
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Nairobi (Kenya)
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Political Affairs
Paris (France)
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Administration
New York (USA)
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Language
New York (USA)
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Economic Affairs
Geneva (Switzerland)
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Economic Affairs
Geneva (Switzerland)
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Programme Management
New York (USA)
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Information System and Technology
Geneva (Switzerland)
P-5
Programme Management
Dakar (Senegal)
P-5
Political Affairs
BAKU
P-5
Programme Management
Juba (South Sudan)
P-5
Political Affairs
Geneva (Switzerland)
P-5
Administration
New York (USA)
P-5
Security
Nairobi (Kenya)
P-5
Programme Management
Geneva (Switzerland)
P-5
Engineering
New York (USA)
P-5
Language
KINGSTON
P-5
Programme Management
New York (USA)
P-5
Logistics
MANAMA
P-5
Programme Management
Bangkok (Thailand)
P-5
Economic Affairs
NICOSIA
P-5
Administration
Bangkok (Thailand)
P-5
Economic Affairs
Mexico City (Mexico)
P-5
Public Information
INCHEON CITY
P-5
Economic Affairs
Bogota (Colombia)
P-5
Public Information
New York (USA)
P-5
Finance
Goma (Democratic Republic of Congo)
P-5
Finance
Nairobi (Kenya)
P-5
Management and Programme Analysis
New York (USA)
P-5
Public Information
Nairobi (Kenya)
P-5
Programme Management
MONROVIA
P-5
Administration
Goma (Democratic Republic of Congo)
P-5
Political Affairs
PRISTINA
P-5
Human Rights
PRETORIA
P-5
Human Rights
Nairobi (Kenya)
P-5
Programme Management
Bujumbura (Burundi)
P-5
Human Rights
Goma (Democratic Republic of Congo)
P-5
Administration
New York (USA)
P-5
Public Administration

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