Kansainvälisen harjoittelun paikat syyskuussa 2016

United Nations Development Programme UNDP

Geneve, Sveitsi

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Harjoittelupaikka

Displacement and Durable Solutions, UNDP Geneva, Switzerland

Harjoitteluaika 6 kk, aloitus alkuvuodesta 15.1.2017 jälkeen, harjoittelija sopii aloituspäivän työnantajan kanssa
Työtehtävät

Position Responsibilities / Expected Deliverables

Under the direct supervision of the Crisis Interface Programme Specialist in Geneva, the intern will assist as follows:

Support to the Solutions Alliance (SA) Chairmanship

  • Support the preparation and distribution of material to the Solutions Alliance board members
  • Record SA meeting minutes and circulate accordingly
  • Draft communications for Programme Specialist
  • Maintain and update knowledge and information and contribute to build the displacement database
  • Outline speaking agendas and compile materials for presentations

Country Support

  • Research and analysis of crisis situations at country level
  • Support the work Solutions Alliance National Groups
  • Drafting country-level situation briefs for senior UNDP staff as well as external audience

Support to the Technical Working Group on Migration and Displacement

  • Support the participation of the Senior Displacement Adviser in the UNDP Technical Working Group on Migration and Displacement (TWG).
  • Contribute to TWG work plan development and implementation and ensures effective follow-up and cross-bureau coordination on issues of protracted displacement

Support to the Technical Working Group on Durable Solutions

  • Support the preparation and distribution of material to Durable Solutions TWG members
  • Record TWG meeting minutes and circulate accordingly

Supervisor: Coordinator, Global Cluster on Early Recovery

Valintakriteerit

Competencies

Corporate Professionalism

  • Demonstrates integrity and fairness by modelling UN and UNDP ethical standards
  • Promotes vision and mission of the UN and UNDP
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Sensitivity to diversity in nationality, gender, religion, ethnicity, age, etc.
  • Demonstrates strong oral and written communication skills
  • Knowledge of humanitarian assistance or international development coordination

Client Orientation

  • Builds strong relationships with clients and external actors
  • Ensures positive result for clients and responds well to critical feedback
  • Ability to build partnerships with UN agencies, communicate sensitively to a broad
  • constituency and advocate

Planning and Organisation

  • Openness to changing priorities and politically sensitive situations
  • Time management and organizational skills
  • Ability to work as part of team developing materials with members across world
  • Capacity to adapt to rapidly evolving situations and changing priorities


Recruitment Qualifications

  • Enrolled in advanced degree (Masters level) in political science, administration, international relations, adult education, journalism or relevant field (or within one year of graduating)
  • Experience working in international setting or multicultural environment
  • Preference given to experience at development / humanitarian assistance organisations or drafting crisis response strategies
  • Fluency in written and spoken English is required. French skills are advantageous.
Palkka CIMOn apuraha 1 350 euroa/kk
Työskentelykieli

englanti, hakemus ja motivaatiokirje englannin kielellä
ranska lasketaan eduksi (motivaatiokirjeen voi kirjoittaa englannin lisäksi myös ranskaksi)

Jos liität hakemukseen kaksi motivaatiokirjettä, yhdistä ne ennen liittämistä yhdeksi dokumentiksi.

Jos olet vastavalmistunut (harjoittelu alkaa vuoden sisällä valmistumisesta), hakemukseen tulee liittää myös opintoreksteriote, josta näkyvät opiskelemasi kurssit ja arvosanat.

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Lisätietoja

Organizational Context

The UNDP Strategic Plan for UNDP (2014-2017) recognizes the importance of preparedness, response, early recovery and the management of the risk cycle as fundamental for development. The objective of the Crisis Response Unit (CRU) is to ensure that UNDP is well positioned to respond in the most timely and effective manner to crisis, focusing primarily on two typologies of crises: sudden onset crisis and complex protracted crisis.

CRU represents UNDP in the international crisis response community. It is responsible for UNDP's engagement with the humanitarian community and works to ensure the development agenda—in particular early recovery—is effectively integrated to the humanitarian architecture and humanitarian financing. CRU represents UNDP in the Inter-Agency Standing Committee (IASC) and the Emergency Director's Group and leads UNDP's engagement with the World Humanitarian Summit process (WHS)
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Together with Denmark and Turkey, UNHCR and IRC, UNDP, represented by CRU, co-chairs the Solutions Alliance to end displacement, working with partners, including the private sector, to provide solutions to displaced people. UNDP’s Crisis Response Unit in Geneva also chairs the Technical Working Group on Durable Solutions and co-chairs the UNDP internal Technical Working Group on Migration and Displacement. In addition CRU serves as the Secretariat for the Senior Steering Group on Migration and Displacement. CRU supports UNDP’s corporate engagement with external partners on the humanitarian-development nexus, including in the areas of protracted displacement, through both formal and informal inter-agency mechanisms.

Following major events in early 2016, including the Supporting Syria Conference in London and Solutions Alliance Roundtable in Brussels, the displacement agenda for 2016 includes a series of high level events leading up to a Summit on Addressing Large Movements of Migrants and Refugees in the margins the General Assembly in September. As of January 2017, UNDP will assume the rotating chair of the Solutions Alliance Initiative

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