meaningful work – job offers at World Economic Forum, UNDP, Atlas Corps and Mindful Leadership Foundation

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1. UNDP Job Vacancies :
UN Disaster Assessment Coordination & Protocol Agency
click for Job details and Internship Programme

http://www.rinaonline.org/2012/04/25/jobs-vacancies-at-undacp/

2. Marketing Coordinator at the Mindful Leadership Foundation
They are looking for a first class part-timeMarketing Coordinator for their London office.

They are looking for a hyper-efficient, professional, effective, marketing professional to help us to develop our socail media presence. An exciting post for the right person who can really make a difference.

For full details go to http://www.themindfulleadershipfoundation.com/#/who-we-are/join-us1/

3. World Economic Forum Positions

The World Economic Forum ® (WEF®)  is looking for competent and motivated persons with a strong belief in its purpose and mandates, who are willing to dedicate themselves to a rewarding international career in different locations around the world.  The World Economic Forum ® (WEF®) provides an opportunity to serve in a dynamic, multicultural environment in a variety of jobs in the support of global causes. World Economic Forum ® (WEF®) staff uphold the principles and core values of the Organization, including integrity, professionalism, efficiency and respect for diversity.

A.Position: Environmental Officer

Location:Belgium/USASalary: $180,600.00 USD.
Contract: Full time
They are responsible for development oversight, management, and evaluation of programs in the following areas:bio-diversity, conservation, forestry, wildlife management, water and coastal resources management, environmental education, environmental policy, environmentally sustainable agriculture, community based naturalresources management, urban and industrial pollution reduction, urban planning and management (including such areas as housing, water andsanitation), urban andhousing finance, energy efficiency and conservation, renewable energy applications, clean energy technologies, energy sector planning and global climate change. Environment Officers apply both a technical knowledge of their program area and a variety of management and program evaluation knowledge in order to ensure that projects meet the needs of who-usa ‘s partners and customers in a cost-effective manner.

B. Financial Management Officer

Locaton: Canada/Sweden Salary:$178,000.00 USD
Duration: Full time
They direct the accounting and payment operations worldwide. In addition, they provide significant ,levels of advisory services to all levels of the mission and host country governments. This includes administrative, operational and program matters concerning financial, budgetary and resource management and implementation issues.

C. Senior Program Officer for Nutrition
Location: South-Africa/U.S.A
Contract: Full time  Salary:$180,678.00 USD

Overall ResponsibilitiesThe Senior Program Officer for Nutrition works closely with Senior ChildSurvival/ImmWVIization. Program Managers to plan, coordinate, implement, monitor, and evaluate child survival activities, with special attention to strengthening nutrition program activities.Work with the Senior Child Survival/Immunization Advisor and the State Child Survival/Malaria Program Managers in coordinate, implement, monitor, and evaluate the country child survival activity plan. In particular, design, plan, implement, and evaluate nutrition actions as an integral part of COMPASS activities. Coordinate, plan, implement, monitor, and evaluate nutrition activities related to Vitamin A, breastfeeding promotion, complementary feeding, nutrition activities related to immWHOization and National Immunization Days (NIDs), Quality Protein Maize (QPM) related issues, communications/behavior change, and community mobilization.Evaluate the costs and effectiveness of Positive Deviance (PD)/Hearth approaches to improving childhood health and nutrition. Canadian International Development Agency/Micronutrient Initiative (CIDA/MI), Department for InternationalDevelopment(DFID)InternationalInstitute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA), Helen Keller International (HKI),community-Directed Treatment and Ivermectin (CDTI) Program, other academic institutions, Private Voluntary Organizations (PVOs), and Non-governmental Organizations (NGOs) for the development of activities at scale to reach high geographical coverage.

D. Program/Project Development Officer

Location:United Kingdom/U.S.A   Salary:$184 ,000.00 USD   Duration: Full time
They are responsible for strategy development, policy formulation, performance reporting,project management, and public outreach. They are looked upon to ensure that the Mission’s operational procedures are designed to elicit teamwork, emphasize shared values, make known programming priorities, and reward innovation. Program/Project development officers must be able to apply leadership and management skills in order to ensure that program activities are designed and implemented to achieve stated objectives, within resource constraints and in a timely manner

E.Executive Officers

Location;France/Poland   Salary;$170,000.00 USD
They oversee a wide range of administrative and logistical support functions including personnel management, contracting, procurement, property management, motor pool management, travel management, employee/family housing and maintenance management.Inaddition to having direct responsibility for providing the daily support of the agency’s field mission, duties include planning for future personnel and procurement requirements at the assigned duty station.

F.Lawyers

Location;France/Germany  Salary;$180,000.00 USD
They provide legal counsel to planners and administrators of WHO’s overseas programs, laws and regulations, Agency directives and delegations of authority, bilateral agreements, loan and grant agreements, contracts and other agreements pertaining to country or regional programs. They advise on reconciliation of problems resulting from differences between DRI . and cooperating country laws. They advise regional personnel on the drafting and promotion of legislation and regulations to be proposed for enactment or adoption by the cooperating country government Ministry of Justice

G. Education Development Officers

Location;France/Netherland/U.S.A  Salary;$180,000.00 USD
They analyze, advise, and assist withthe development of host country education human resources and manpowerplanning systems. Strategies are designed to improve existing educationprograms as well as to promote organizational competencies and skillsacquisition related to both individual and institutional development.Duties Include participation in Agency policy formulation, sectoranalysis, program and project design, program monitoring, and evaluationof activities in education and human resources.

H. Agriculture/Rural Development Officers

Location;South-Africa/U.S.A  Salary;$175,000.00 USD
They advise senior WHO and host government officials on agriculture and rural development projects. They identify problems and propose solutions, participate in project design and development, and manage and evaluate programs.Dutiesinclude coordinating the flow of resources for projects, analyzing the effects of proposed policies, legislation, and programs and advising on interdisciplinary rural development programs.

GENERAL REQUIREMENTS/SELECTION
Applicants are selected on the basis of academic credentials , experience and other relevant factors. Successful Applicants are invited to come to Washington, for an interview/ Training Candidates are interviewed on their related knowledge, skills and abilities.Application is open to all interested applicants from any nationality.

HOW TO APPLY Please send your resume/CV to: wefjobs@weforum-jobs.com
Mr. Ján Kubiš
World Economic Forum USA.
3 East 54th Street, 18th Floor,New York, NY 10022, USA.TELE-+1 206-337-6461FAX +1 206-337-6461

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4. Apply to Become an Atlas Corps Fellow
The Atlas Corps Fellowship is a 12-18 month professional fellowship offered three times a year for nonprofit leaders from around the world. Fellows serve full-time at Host Organizations located either in the United States or Latin America working on issues that complement their expertise. Fellows develop their leadership skills while sharing best practices and supplement daily knowledge with theoretical topics presented in the Atlas Corps Nonprofit Management Series.

To become an Atlas Corps Fellow, please click on the appropriate “apply button” below:

Apply to Serve in the United States

Apply to Serve in Latin America

Apply for to serve as Think Tank

 

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