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Information Management Officer

The Information Officer is responsible for designing and implementing a country-specific
Information Management strategy to analyse and disseminate information on the population
of concern to the Country Office including, but not limited to, Protection and Programme
information. Where information gaps exist, the Information Management Officer may help
setting up primary data collection systems and organise needs assessments, which may also
involve other stakeholders.
Applicants will need to fulfill the following minimum requirements:
  • Advanced university degree, at least a Bachelor's degree from an accredited institution;
  • At least 4 years of relevant work experience in the respective functional area of specialization or expertise according to the vacancy announcement;
  • Excellent knowledge of English and at least one other UN language (Arabic, Chinese, French, Russian and Spanish). Additional languages are an asset;
  • Ability to work in a multicultural team;
  • Willingness to serve in conflict zones, deep field locations;
  • Willingness to rotate every few years.
Selected candidates will join the programme at levels P2, P3, P4, or P5, depending on their experience and academic achievement, on a cohort program, and will be assigned to their posts after having completed a comprehensive induction and orientation program in early 2015.

Field Safety Adviser

The Field Safety Adviser takes on the role of leading, coordinating and providing appropriate
guidance related to security management within an office.
The incumbent maintains contact with other UN agencies, NGOs, implementing partners,
government partners in the area to facilitate the operation.
Applicants will need to fulfill the following minimum requirements:
  • Advanced university degree, at least a Bachelor's degree from an accredited institution;
  • At least 4 years of relevant work experience in the respective functional area of specialization or expertise according to the vacancy announcement;
  • Excellent knowledge of English and at least one other UN language (Arabic, Chinese, French, Russian and Spanish). Additional languages are an asset;
  • Ability to work in a multicultural team;
  • Willingness to serve in conflict zones, deep field locations;
  • Willingness to rotate every few years.
Selected candidates will join the programme at levels P2, P3, P4, or P5, depending on their experience and academic achievement, on a cohort program, and will be assigned to their posts after having completed a comprehensive induction and orientation program in early 2015.

Cluster Coordinator (Protection)

The Cluster Coordinator effectuates UNHCR's commitment to work within the framework of
the Inter-Agency Standing Committee (IASC) and the Cluster Approach. The Cluster
Coordinator is expected to discharge UNHCR's lead role in the Protection Cluster and to
impartially represent the interests of the members of the Protection Cluster, including the
provision of active support, as applicable, to sub-clusters or working groups of the Cluster
which may be coordinated by other Agencies. As a result, the Cluster Coordinator leads an
inter-agency team in an environment that requires high standards of accountability and
demonstrable leadership, coordination, negotiation and conflict resolution skills, and in which
the principles of partnership and collaboration are essential.
The Cluster Coordinator advocates for protection mainstreaming in the humanitarian
response, leads the mainstreaming of early recovery activities in the Protection Cluster, and
spearheads the integration of cross-cutting issues into the work of the Protection Cluster,
especially age, gender and diversity.
The Cluster Coordinator works closely with and/or directly supervises a multi-functional
UNHCR Protection Cluster Support team, including, but not limited to, the areas of
information management, needs assessment, profiling, registration, reporting and advocacy.
Applicants will need to fulfill the following minimum requirements:
  • Advanced university degree, at least a Bachelor's degree from an accredited institution;
  • At least 4 years of relevant work experience in the respective functional area of specialization or expertise according to the vacancy announcement;
  • Excellent knowledge of English and at least one other UN language (Arabic, Chinese, French, Russian and Spanish). Additional languages are an asset;
  • Ability to work in a multicultural team;
  • Willingness to serve in conflict zones, deep field locations;
  • Willingness to rotate every few years.
Selected candidates will join the programme at levels P2, P3, P4, or P5, depending on their experience and academic achievement, on a cohort program, and will be assigned to their posts after having completed a comprehensive induction and orientation program in early 2015.

Livelihoods Officer

The Livelihoods Officer works closely with colleagues in related technical sectors including
education, cash, SGBV, durable solutions, protection, food security and nutrition, energy &
environment, innovation, health, community services, shelter, water and sanitation, and
gender and age. S/he coordinates and provides technical support to livelihoods staff incountry.
Additionally, s/he ensures that all livelihood programmes are in line with the
UNHCR Global Strategy for Livelihoods (2014-2018). S/he proactively seeks out new
appropriate livelihood programming and approaches, including those being implemented by
the private sector and development actors and determine how best to incorporate into
UNHCR operations. S/he identifies and participates in regional fora focused on building rural
and urban economies and strengthening livelihoods.
Applicants will need to fulfill the following minimum requirements:
  • Advanced university degree, at least a Bachelor's degree from an accredited institution;
  • At least 4 years of relevant work experience in the respective functional area of specialization or expertise according to the vacancy announcement;
  • Excellent knowledge of English and at least one other UN language (Arabic, Chinese, French, Russian and Spanish). Additional languages are an asset;
  • Ability to work in a multicultural team;
  • Willingness to serve in conflict zones, deep field locations;
  • Willingness to rotate every few years.
Selected candidates will join the programme at levels P2, P3, P4, or P5, depending on their experience and academic achievement, on a cohort program, and will be assigned to their posts after having completed a comprehensive induction and orientation program in early 2015.

Education Officer

The incumbent will act as a focal point for education in the area of operation and provides
support to UNHCR’s work regarding education and advocacy on all issues related to
UNHCR education programmes and strategic directions. The incumbent will support the
implementation of global level policies, including the UNHCR Education Strategy. He/She
may liaise with the Ministry of Education and with Education Coordination networks at
national, provincial and district levels to improve the quality of refugee education. He/She
will liaise with partners to assess the education context, to develop an implementation plan
and to monitor the programme and assess impact. He/She will work in collaboration with incountry
education partners to improve access to, and quality of, refugee education at all
levels, both formal and non-formal and may liaise with partners for joint support for
education access for refugee and host community children. He/She will develop innovative
education approaches for emerging needs in refugee education, including attention to special
needs, minorities, girls, pre-school education and non-formal activities. He/She will facilitate
inter-sectoral linkages with programmatic areas including child protection, sex gender-based
violence (SGBV), gender, community services, livelihoods and health, among others. The incumbent may supervise lower grade education staff.
Applicants will need to fulfill the following minimum requirements:
  • Advanced university degree, at least a Bachelor's degree from an accredited institution;
  • At least 4 years of relevant work experience in the respective functional area of specialization or expertise according to the vacancy announcement;
  • Excellent knowledge of English and at least one other UN language (Arabic, Chinese, French, Russian and Spanish). Additional languages are an asset;
  • Ability to work in a multicultural team;
  • Willingness to serve in conflict zones, deep field locations;
  • Willingness to rotate every few years.
Selected candidates will join the programme at levels P2, P3, P4, or P5, depending on their experience and academic achievement, on a cohort program, and will be assigned to their posts after having completed a comprehensive induction and orientation program in early 2015.

Cash-Based Interventions Officer

The Cash-Based Interventions Officer assists in planning, implementing, coordinating,
monitoring and evaluating cash-based interventions (CBIs) for Persons of Concern. The
incumbent ensures that cash and vouchers are routinely considered as a response option in the
respective operation or region, are complementary to other types of assistance and are
planned, implemented and monitored in line with best practice and organizational guidance.
The incumbent plays an important role in promoting capacity-building of UNHCR personnel
and partners, and in advocacy, information and communication on cash and voucher-related
issues.
Applicants will need to fulfill the following minimum requirements:
  • Advanced university degree, at least a Bachelor's degree from an accredited institution;
  • At least 4 years of relevant work experience in the respective functional area of specialization or expertise according to the vacancy announcement;
  • Excellent knowledge of English and at least one other UN language (Arabic, Chinese, French, Russian and Spanish). Additional languages are an asset;
  • Ability to work in a multicultural team;
  • Willingness to serve in conflict zones, deep field locations;
  • Willingness to rotate every few years.
Selected candidates will join the programme at levels P2, P3, P4, or P5, depending on their experience and academic achievement, on a cohort program, and will be assigned to their posts after having completed a comprehensive induction and orientation program in early 2015.

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