GS-6, Fixed Term Appointment (FTA), Non-Rotational

Programme Associate

28 Февраль 2018

Istanbul, Turkey


POST NUMBER:  00032838
CLOSING DATE:  28 February 2018 (5:00 p.m. Istanbul time)
POST TITLE:  Programme Associate
CATEGORY:  GS-6, Fixed Term Appointment (FTA)
POST TYPE:  Non-Rotational
DUTY STATION: Istanbul, Turkey
DURATION: Initially 1 year with possibility for extension
ORGANIZATIONAL UNIT: UNFPA, Eastern Europe and Central Asia Regional Office (EECARO)

The Programme Associate contributes to the development and implementation of UNFPA’s Regional Programme by providing programmatic and administrative support. The Programme Associate is instrumental in facilitating programme/project implementation by using appropriate mechanisms and systems and ensuring compliance with established procedures. As appropriate and under the direction of his/her dedicated output managers, the Programme Associate also contributes to research, financial management and operational and procedural guidance.

For full details on job requirements, work relations, and major activities and expected results, please see the attached Vacancy Announcement.

HOW TO APPLY: A letter of interest and a UN Personal History Form (P11) filled in English, indicating the Post Reference Code “Programme Associate UNFPA/EECARO” at the subject line of the email, should be sent to no later than 28 February 2018 at 5.00 pm (Istanbul time).

SPECIAL NOTE: Please note that applicants applying for UNFPA General Service posts located in Istanbul must have a valid Residence Permit or Turkish Permanent Residency or Turkish Citizenship. Applicants must pass a written substantive assessment and a competency-based interview in order to be eligible to be appointed against the vacancy. We will only be able to respond to those applicants in whom UNFPA has a further interest.

Notice: There is no application, processing or other fee at any stage of the application process. UNFPA does not solicit or screen for information in respect of HIV or AIDS and does not discriminate on the basis of HIV/AIDS status.