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UNICEF Education Officer

Full-time at UNICEF in Beijing

The New and Emerging Talent Initiative (NETI) is an entry point for professionals interested in an international career with UNICEF. As part of UNICEF’s global talent management strategy to achieve its current and future goals, NETI focuses on attracting, selecting, developing and retaining new talent from entry to mid-career levels to grow and to develop in the organisation. NETI participants work actively in multicultural environments within the development and humanitarian arenas, while contributing to delivering results for children. We are in particular looking for qualified candidates with outstanding technical expertise along with excellent language skills.

The NETI Programme is currently recruiting suitable candidates in the following areas: Communication for Development (C4D), Social and Economic Policy, Monitoring & Evaluation, and Education.

Candidates must be proficient in English and another UN language: Arabic, Chinese, French, Russian, or Spanish. The NETI programme is particularly seeking candidates for the following position:

• Education Officer, China: Candidates must be proficient in Mandarin and English. The incumbent will provide overall support for the planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of the Education and Child Development Programme.

Apart from recruiting suitable candidates for the NETI programme, UNICEF is also seeking qualified applicants in the following areas: Health, Nutrition, WASH (Water, Sanitation and Hygiene), and Child Protection to be included in the respective Talent Groups.

For full programme details and information on how to apply, please visit the NETI website at: http://www.careersatunicef.org/neti/

Applications will be accepted online until Midnight (EST), November 4, 2011.


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