Friday, March 6, 2015

VOLUNTEER PEER EDUCATOR (DANCE4LIFE)

DO YOU LIVE IN TANZANIA?

Restless Development Tanzania values the contribution of its talented and committed Volunteers in bringing positive changes and development in our community through participation in the process of implementing our projects.
VOLUNTEER PEER EDUCATOR (DANCE4LIFE)
Are you between 18-24 years old, an ambitious, self-driven, experienced young professional who is ready to be challenged? Are you ready to push yourself and maximize your potential? If so, Restless Development Tanzania through Dance4life project is looking for YOU!
We are currently recruiting volunteers for our exciting Dance4life project to be implemented in the Iringa and Njombe Regions.
If you are interested, please complete the application form below and send completed applications to our Tanzania office either by email or in person. By email, please send it to adolf@restlessdevelopment.org and cc meshack@restlessdevelopment.org or by hand, please send it to our postal addresses: Iringa P.O.Box 737, Dar es Salaam P.O.Box 35748, Mbeya P.O.Box 6237
Deadline for applications is Midnight Sunday 15th March, 2015.

OTHER OPPORTUNITIES

For other volunteer opportunities, please visit our offices in Dar es Salaam, Iringa, Ruvuma and Mbeya or emailus via jobstanzania@restlessdevelopment.org to get information on how you can get involved.

Migration Health Physician

Migration Health Physician (National Officer)
Terms of Reference
I. Position Information:
Vacancy Announcement :IOM/001/15
NO-A
Reporting directly to National Migration Health Officer, Overall supervision by Head of Sub Office, Kigoma
II. Organizational Context and Scope
Under supervision of the National Migration Health Officer, administrative supervision of the Head of Office and the general supervision of the Regional Migration Health Assessment Coordinator based in Nairobi, the incumbent shall perform health assessments to ensure that identified refugees are medically fit to migrate in accordance with the medical/health requirements of the resettlement countries. The incumbent shall perform the following essential duties and responsibilities:
III. Responsibilities and Accountabilities
  1. Perform migration health assessments and complete related medical documentation of refugees selected for migration in accordance with the resettlement country’s Medical Examination Guidelines/Protocols for Immigrants and the IOM Migration Health Assessment Guidelines.
  2. Perform Pre-departure medical examinations and pre-embarkation medical check-up (fitness for travel assessments) for all refugees’ prior their departure to the destination country
  3. Order diagnostic tests such as x-ray, electrocardiograms, laboratory tests, etc., and refers patients to specialists for treatment as maybe required.
  4. Administer chemoprophylaxis treatment and immunizations as per the receiving country’s requirements.
  5. Ensure the program fulfils the technical requirements of the resettlement countries including supervision and standardization of all aspects of the medical examination and documentation process including, but not limited to, medical case registration, medical treatment and follow up program, data processing and management.
  6. In absence of the National Migration Health Officer, act as officer in charge and provide technical supervision and monitoring of IOM MHD Kigoma staff to ensure that the following activities are performed in accordance with the technical requirements of the resettlement countries: medical case registration, migration health assessments, medical forms transmission, medical treatment and follow-up programs, data processing and management, pre-embarkation medical examination, medical escort and report.
  7. Under close guidance and supervision of the National Migration Health Officer, incumbent establish and enforce the necessary quality assurance (QA) principles and the applicable public health management practices to improve compliance with resettlement country guidelines in migration health assessments,
  8. Closely assisting National Migration Health Officer, the incumbent with proactively work and coordinate all aspects of the work activities with IOM OPS colleagues in Kigoma and Nairobi, as well as with the local/national health authorities, physicians, hospitals and laboratories.
  9. Will assist in the preparation, design, analysis and implementation of possible research activities related to the migration health, tuberculosis and sexually transmitted diseases.
  10. Will assist in developing potential health and migration research/ projects/program for the mission.
  11. Provide healthcare assistance and services to IOM staff in IOM Kigoma.
  12. Undertake duty travel and medical escorting duties as needed
  13. Perform any other duties that may be required and assigned by the National Migration Health Officer and supervisors in line.
IV. Competencies The incumbent is expected to demonstrate the following technical and behavioural competencies
Behavioural Accountability
  1. Accepts and gives constructive criticism
  2. Follows all relevant procedures, processes, and policies
  3. Meets deadline, cost, and quality requirements for outputs
  4. Monitors own work to correct errors
  5. Takes responsibility for meeting commitments and for any shortcomings
Client Orientation
  • Identifies the immediate and peripheral clients of own work
  • Establishes and maintains effective working relationships with clients
Identifies and monitors changes in the needs of clients, including donors, governments, and project beneficiaries
  • Keeps clients informed of developments and setbacks
Continuous Learning
  • Contributes to colleagues' learning
  • Demonstrates interest in improving relevant skills
  • Demonstrates interest in acquiring skills relevant to other functional areas
  • Keeps abreast of developments in own professional area
Communication
  • Actively shares relevant information
  • Clearly communicates, and listens to feedback on, changing priorities and procedures
  • Writes clearly and effectively, adapting wording and style to the intended audience
  • Listens effectively and communicates clearly, adapting delivery to the audience
Creativity and Initiative
  • Actively seeks new ways of improving programmes or services
  • Expands responsibilities while maintaining existing ones
  • Persuades others to consider new ideas
  • Proactively develops new ways to resolve problems
Planning and Organizing
  • Sets clear and achievable goals consistent with agreed priorities for self and others
  • Identifies priority activities and assignments for self and others
  • Organizes and documents work to allow for planned and unplanned handovers
  • Identifies risks and makes contingency plans
  • Adjusts priorities and plans to achieve goals
  • Allocates appropriate times and resources for own work and that of team members
Professionalism
  • Effectively applies knowledge of health issues in execution of responsibilities at appropriate level
  • Maintains confidentiality and discretion in appropriate areas of work
  • Masters subject matter related to responsibilities
  • Identifies issues, opportunities, and risks central to responsibilities
  • Incorporates gender-related needs, perspectives, and concerns, and promotes equal gender participation
  • Persistent, calm, and polite in the face of challenges and stress
  • Treats all colleagues with respect and dignity
  • Works effectively with people from different cultures by adapting to relevant cultural contexts
  • Knowledgeable about and promotes IOM core mandate and migration solutions
Teamwork
  • Actively contributes to an effective, collegial, and agreeable team environment
  • Contributes to, and follows team objectives
  • Gives credit where credit is due
  • Seeks input and feedback from others
  • Delegates tasks and responsibilities as appropriate
  • Actively supports and implements final group decisions
  • Takes joint responsibility for team's work
Technological Awareness
  • Learns about developments in available technology
  • Proactively identifies and advocates for cost-efficient technology solutions
  • Understands applicability and limitation of technology and seeks to apply it to appropriate work
Resource Mobilization
  • Establishes realistic resource requirements to meet IOM needs Technical · Effectively applies knowledge of health issues in execution of responsibilities at appropriate level
· Maintains confidentiality and discretion in appropriate areas of work
V. Education and Experience* Bachelor, Master’s Degree in related area.
  • Minimum of 2 years work experience.
VI. Languages Required
Fluency in both written and spoken English and Kiswahili

HOW TO APPLY:
Qualified national candidates are encouraged to apply no later than 18 March 2015
To apply please send a motivation letter specifying the Vacancy Notice Number, and the filled out personal history form, accessible here: http://www.iom.int/files/live/sites/iom/files/About-IOM/docs/Personal-hi... to tzvacancy@iom.int
Applications which do not meet the specified minimum requirements or are received after closing date will not be considered.
Acknowledgements will be sent to short-listed candidates.

Migration Health Nurse

Migration Health Nurse
I. Position Information
Vacancy announcement:IOM/002/15
Duty Station: Kigoma, Tanzania
Seniority Brand: G4
Reporting directly to National Migration Health Officer. Overall supervision by Head of Sub Office, Kigoma
II. Organizational Context and Scope
Under the overall supervision of the National Medical Officer, administrative supervision of Head of office in Kigoma and supervision of the Chief Nurse, the incumbent will be responsible for assisting in performing required routine clinical tasks/procedures in connection with the health assessment and treatment to ensure that identified refugees and migrants are medically fit to migrate in accordance with the medical/health requirements of the receiving countries.
III. Responsibilities and Accountabilities
  1. Assist in taking and recording medical history, performing anthropometrics and vital signs measurements, and help in visual acuity measurements.
  2. Assist the Chief Nurse in compiling medical records, files, charts, X-ray films, already decoded laboratory results prior to physical examination for doctor’s use.
  3. Authenticate the identity of refugee, as maybe requested, prior to clinical examinations.
  4. Assists the National Medical Officer and Chief Nurse during actual physical examinations.
  5. Assist the National Medical Officer and Chief Nurse in pre-departure medical procedures, pre-embarkation check-ups, administration of chemoprophylaxis for parasites, medical surveillance in the IOM Transit Center
  6. Assist the medical officer or nurse in administering vaccines, treatment - previously measured doses and prescriptions ordered by the National Medical Officer.
  7. Prepare, install or sterilize medical equipment needed for medical examination.
  8. Request and re-stocks required medical supplies and drugs and medicines.
  9. Monitor and report expiration dates of drugs and medicines and refers to Chief Nurse for disposal.
  10. Maintain and safe-keep medical kits used by medical escorts and staff on duty mission.
  11. Assist the medical officer or nurse in performing pre-departure medical checks and distributing doses to travelling refugees/migrants.
  12. Prepare a report on therapeutic procedures administered to migrants, in accordance with the requirements of resettlement countries.
  13. Participate in field missions in out of duty stations and acts as nurse escort of medical cases.
  14. Maintain confidentiality of information and collaborative relationship with clients, partners and health professionals.
IV. Competencies The incumbent is expected to demonstrate the following technical and behavioural competencies Behavioural
Accountability
  1. Accepts and gives constructive criticism
  2. Follows all relevant procedures, processes, and policies
  3. Meets deadline, cost, and quality requirements for outputs
  4. Monitors own work to correct errors
  5. Takes responsibility for meeting commitments and for any shortcomings Client Orientation
  6. Identifies the immediate and peripheral clients of own work
  7. Establishes and maintains effective working relationships with clients
  8. Identifies and monitors changes in the needs of clients, including donors, governments, and project beneficiaries
Continuous Learning
  • Contributes to colleagues' learning
  • Demonstrates interest in improving relevant skills
  • Demonstrates interest in acquiring skills relevant to other functional areas
  • Keeps abreast of developments in own professional area
Communication
  • Actively shares relevant information
  • Clearly communicates, and listens to feedback on, changing priorities and procedures
  • Writes clearly and effectively, adapting wording and style to the intended audience
  • Listens effectively and communicates clearly, adapting delivery to the audience Creativity and Initiative
  • Proactively develops new ways to resolve problems
Leadership and Negotiation
  • Convinces others to share resources
  • Presents goals as shared interests Performance Management
  • Provides constructive feedback to colleagues
  • Provides fair, accurate, timely, and constructive staff evaluations
  • Uses staff evaluations appropriately in recruitment and other relevant HR procedures Planning and Organizing
  • Sets clear and achievable goals consistent with agreed priorities for self and others
  • Identifies priority activities and assignments for self and others
  • Organizes and documents work to allow for planned and unplanned handovers
  • Identifies risks and makes contingency plans Professionalism
  • Effectively applies knowledge of health issues in execution of responsibilities at appropriate level
  • Maintains confidentiality and discretion in appropriate areas of work
  • Masters subject matter related to responsibilities
  • Identifies issues, opportunities, and risks central to responsibilities
  • Incorporates gender-related needs, perspectives, and concerns, and promotes equal gender participation
  • Persistent, calm, and polite in the face of challenges and stress
  • Treats all colleagues with respect and dignity
  • Works effectively with people from different cultures by adapting to relevant cultural contexts
  • Knowledgeable about and promotes IOM core mandate and migration solutions Teamwork
  • Actively contributes to an effective, collegial, and agreeable team environment
  • Contributes to, and follows team objectives
  • Gives credit where credit is due
  • Seeks input and feedback from others
  • Delegates tasks and responsibilities as appropriate
  • Actively supports and implements final group decisions
  • Takes joint responsibility for team's work Technological Awareness
  • Learns about developments in available technology
  • Proactively identifies and advocates for cost-efficient technology solutions
  • Understands applicability Technical * Effectively applies knowledge of health issues in execution of responsibilities at appropriate level
  • Demonstrated ability to maintain accuracy and confidentiality in performing responsibilities
V. Education and Experience*
Completed Secondary school diploma, Diploma in Nursing and registration with the Nursing Council of Tanzania as a Registered Nurse.
  • Minimum of 4 years work experience in Clinical Nursing.
  • Training and experience in TB, STDs, other communicable diseases as well as immunization/vaccination programs is considered an distinct advantage
  • Previous work experience with an international organization and NGOs dealing with refugees would be advantage.
  • Proficiency in computer skills, especially in MS Office products (Excel, Outlook, Word etc.
VI. Languages
Required Fluency in both written and spoken
English and Kiswahili
Advantageous:higher degree in the related area is advantageous

HOW TO APPLY:
Qualified national candidates are encouraged to apply no later than 18 March 2015
To apply please send a motivation letter specifying the Vacancy Notice Number, and the filled out personal history form, accessible here: http://www.iom.int/files/live/sites/iom/files/About-IOM/docs/Personal-hi... to tzvacancy@iom.int
Applications which do not meet the specified minimum requirements or are received after closing date will not be considered.
Acknowledgements will be sent to short-listed candidates.

Information Technology Security Specialist - UN Volunteers

UN VOLUNTEER DESCRIPTION OF ASSIGNMENT
Preamble: The United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme is the UN organization that promotes volunteerism to support peace and development worldwide. Volunteerism can transform the pace and nature of development and it benefits both society at large and the individual volunteer. UNV contributes to peace and development by advocating for volunteerism globally, encouraging partners to integrate volunteerism into development programming, and mobilizing volunteers. In most cultures volunteerism is deeply embedded in long-established, ancient traditions of sharing and support within the communities. In this context, UN Volunteers take part in various forms of volunteerism and play a role in development and peace together with co-workers, host agencies and local communities. In all assignments, UN Volunteers promote volunteerism through their action and conduct. Engaging in volunteer activity can effectively and positively enrich their understanding of local and social realities, as well as create a bridge between themselves and the people in their host community. This will make the time they spend as UN Volunteers even more rewarding and productive. UNV Assignment Title: Information Technology Security Specialist
UNV Strategic Reference: UNV Strategic Framework 2014-2017; Outcome 1, Output 1.2: ‘Volunteerism is integrated within UN entities’ programming through the implementation of UNV-UN partner joint programmes/projects in four priority areas: (a) youth; (b) peace building; (c) basic social services; (d) community resilience for environment and disaster risk reduction’
Type of Assignment: International UN Volunteer
- Project Title: UNV Support to MONUSCO
- Duration: Until 30 June 2015 with possible extension of 12 months
- Location, Country: Goma, DR of Congo (exact duty station will be determined upon arrival and can change in course of assignment; volunteer may be required to work anywhere in area of operations, including in remote locations)
- Expected Starting Date: Immediate
- Brief Project Description: To perform IT Security and Operational Readiness functions for the mission.
- Host Agency/Host Institute: United Nations Organization Stabilization Mission in the DR Congo
(MONUSCO) –http://monusco.unmissions.org
- Organizational Context: MONUSCO/MONUC was established in 1999 under the auspices of the UN Department of Peacekeeping Operations (DPKO)
- Type of Assignment Place: Assignment without family
Description of tasks:
Within the terms of the organization’s delegated authority, and under the direct supervision of the Chief Communications and Information Technology and Officer (CCITS) and the immediate supervision of the Officer in Charge (OIC) of IT Security and OR unit, the UN Volunteer will undertake the following tasks:
 Draft mission policies on IT Security and Operational Readiness in accordance with the guidelines from Information and Technology Communication Division (ICTD);
 Design and assist with the implementation of mission IT Security and OR Infrastructure as per the projected requirements from field mission offices and ICTD security and OR directives;
 Conduct IT security audits to assess compliance levels with IT security and OR policies and prepare audit reports for submission to reporting officers;
 Assist external audit teams to conduct IT Security and OR assessment of the mission CITS IT infrastructure and OR readiness;
 Assist the various CITS units to close the audit findings by implementing IT security and OR risk mitigation measures and submit audit closure report to reporting officers;
 When working with (including supervising) national staff or (non-)governmental counterparts, including Implementing Partners (IPs), the incumbent is strongly encouraged to set aside dedicated time for capacity development through coaching, mentoring and formal and on-the-job training;
 Any other related duties as may be required.
Furthermore, UN Volunteers are encouraged to:
 Strengthen their knowledge and understanding of the concept of volunteerism by reading relevant UNV and external publications and take active part in UNV activities (for instance in events that mark International Volunteer Day);
 Be acquainted with and build on traditional and/or local forms of volunteerism in the host country; network and build relationships with local organizations, groups or individuals, and support and/or participate in local volunteering initiatives; reflect on the type and quality of voluntary action that they are undertaking, including participation in ongoing reflection activities;
 Contribute articles/write-ups on field experiences and submit them for UNV publications/websites, newsletters, press releases, etc.; initiate and/or participate in local volunteer groups, including assisting them in submitting stories and experiences to the World Volunteer Web site;
 Promote or advise local groups on the use of online volunteering, or encourage relevant local individuals and organizations to use the UNV Online Volunteering service whenever technically possible;
 Encourage, mobilize and support co-workers, fellow UN Volunteers and members of the local community to play an active part in peace and development activities on a voluntary basis;
 Discuss with supervisors how volunteerism for peace and development can be mainstreamed in the assignment and integrate activities promoting volunteerism for peace and development into work plans;
 Assist with the UNV “buddy programme” for newly arriving UN Volunteers.
Results/Expected Outputs:
 Drafts of mission IT Security and OR policies completed;
 Deployment of IT Security and OR infrastructure in production environment across field offices;
 The quarterly audits on randomly selected field offices are completed and audit reports to OIC of the unit are submitted in a timely manner;
 Risk mitigation measures are Implemented and closure reports are completed;
 The development of capacity through coaching, mentoring and formal on-the-job training, when working with (including supervising) national staff or (non-) governmental counterparts, including Implementing Partners (IPs);
 A final statement of achievements towards volunteerism for development during the assignment, such as reporting on the number of volunteers mobilized, activities participated in and capacities developed.
2 Profile Requirements:
a) Qualifications, skills, experience:
The incumbent must be a dynamic, multi-functional person, who supports MONUSCO with professionalism, dedication and client orientation. The following qualifications are required:
 University degree in an appropriate Information Technology field, or diploma / certificate from Information Technology trade school, polytechnic or college;  At least 5 years’ experience in IT infrastructure and security field;
 Experience in drafting IT Security policies in accordance with business requirements;
 Experience in designing and implementing perimeter Security infrastructure using Cisco/Checkpoint firewalls, Internet filtering solutions such as Websense, Intrusion Detection/Prevention Devices, etc.;
 Knowledge and experience in securing enterprise level network and server infrastructure spread across multiple locations;
 Experience in securing LAN/WAN/Wireless networks using Network Admission Control measures such as 802.1x;
 Experience in conducting IT Security audits on LAN/WAN/Wireless/Internet, Voice over IP (VOIP) server and UPS Infrastructure and producing audit reports;
 Experience in Mobile Device Management Solutions such as Airwatch is desirable;
 Experience in business continuity data replication solutions is desirable;  Certifications such as CISSP (Certified Information Systems Security Professional) or equivalent is desirable
 Cisco certifications are an added advantage;
 To possess good communications skills, including the ability to convey technical concepts to non-technical staff at all levels in a clear and concise style.
 English and French are the working languages of the United Nations/MONUSCO therefore fluency in oral and written French and English is mandatory (for candidate with no fluency in French, please refer to paragraph 15);
 A valid driving license is essential;
 Have affinity with or interest in humanitarian relief, post-conflict situations, volunteerism as a mechanism for durable development, and the UN System.
b) Competencies and values:
 Integrity and professionalism: demonstrated expertise in area of specialty and ability to apply good judgment; high degree of autonomy, personal initiative and ability to take ownership; willingness to accept wide responsibilities and ability to work independently under established procedures in a politically sensitive environment, while exercising discretion, impartiality and neutrality; ability to manage information objectively, accurately and confidentially; responsive and client-oriented;
 Accountability: mature and responsible; ability to operate in compliance with organizational rules and regulations;
 Commitment to continuous learning: initiative and willingness to learn new skills and stay abreast of new developments in area of expertise; ability to adapt to changes in work environment;
 Planning and organizing: effective organizational and problem-solving skills and ability to manage a large volume of work in an efficient and timely manner; ability to establish priorities and to plan, coordinate and monitor (own) work; ability to work under pressure, with conflicting deadlines, and to handle multiple concurrent projects/activities;
 Teamwork and respect for diversity: ability to operate effectively across organizational boundaries; ability to establish and maintain effective partnerships and harmonious working relations in a multi-cultural, multi-ethnic environment with sensitivity and respect for diversity and gender;
 Communication: proven interpersonal skills; good spoken and written communication skills, including ability to prepare clear and concise reports; ability to conduct presentations, articulate options and positions concisely; ability to make and defend recommendations; ability to communicate and empathize with staff (including national staff), military personnel, volunteers, counterparts and local interlocutors coming from very diverse backgrounds; ability to maintain composure and remain helpful towards the staff, but objective, without showing personal interest; capacity to transfer information and knowledge to a wide range of different target groups;
 Flexibility, adaptability, and ability and willingness to operate independently in austere, remote and potentially hazardous environments for protracted periods, involving physical hardship and little comfort, and including possible extensive travel within the area of operations; willingness to transfer to other duty stations within area of operations as may be necessary;
 Genuine commitment towards the principles of voluntary engagement, which includes solidarity, compassion, reciprocity and self-reliance; and commitment towards the UN core values.
Language Requirements
This position entails that the incumbent has good spoken and written communication skills in English and has basic French language skills. Further, s/he personally commits to take intensive French lessons from the beginning of his/her assignment. French classes are available at mission level through different means: at MONUSCO Training Centre (IMTC); online and through the UNV buddy scheme which is in place in DR Congo among UN Volunteers. A language test shall be conducted to assess progress and acquired competencies of French language during the course of the assignment (envisaged to take place 6 months into the assignment).
Living Conditions:
The Democratic Republic of Congo is the third largest country in Africa, and as a result is quite diverse.
Living conditions therefore vary between MONUSCO duty stations, with all usual amenities present in the capital Kinshasa, but only very basic conditions in remote duty stations in the provinces, where, for instance, there may be no guarantee of public power supply nor running water. The ability to live and work in difficult and harsh conditions of developing countries is essential.
Accommodation is very expensive in both Kinshasa and Lubumbashi. Supermarkets exist in the large towns (e.g. Bukavu, Kisangani), but consumer items are generally very expensive (as everything is imported). For food, local markets offer a much cheaper alternative.
All MONUSCO duty stations are considered non-family duty stations, except for Kinshasa and Lubumbashi which are now considered family duty stations, and most are currently under UN
Security Phase III (“relocation phase”: internationally-recruited staff are temporarily concentrated or relocated to specified sites/locations). In addition to insecurity related to the relatively volatile political situation as well as various conflict situations, certain places are subject to increasing street and residential crime, including in Kinshasa and Goma.
Some degree of medical service is provided in all MONUSCO duty stations. Certain vaccinations are mandatory for MONUSCO personnel to enter the DRC, while others are compulsory for all other incoming persons. It is possible for incoming MONUSCO personnel, including UNV volunteers, to be asked to provide proof of some or all vaccinations at N’Djili airport in Kinshasa, though this is unlikely (a MONUSCO protocol/travel officer is usually present and may be able to assist). All UNV volunteers must ensure that they are up-to-date with all appropriate vaccinations, which should be clearly and properly endorsed in the International Certificate of Vaccination (“carte jaune”). Malaria is present virtually throughout the DRC, and it is therefore recommended to take prophylaxis.
The unit of currency is the Congolese Franc. The US dollar is the other preferred currency. It may be impossible to exchange traveller’s checks away from the capital city. Credit cards are usually accepted in major hotels only in Kinshasa. In larger towns and cities (e.g. Kinshasa, Goma, Bukavu, Kisangani),UN Volunteers are recommended to open US Dollar bank accounts, while in other places, banks may be absent (including ATMs) and VLA payments will be processed in cash. UN Volunteers have the possibility to send part of their allowances to a bank account abroad.
In addition to French, there are four major spoken languages in DRC, namely Lingala, Kikongo, Tshiluba and Swahili.
Conditions of Service:
Initial contract is issued until 30 June 2015, with possible 12-month extensions depending on mandate, availability of funding, operational necessity and satisfactory performance. However, there is no expectancy of renewal of the assignment, in accordance with art. 5.4 UNV COS.
Settling-In-Grant is provided. Monthly Volunteer Living Allowance (VLA) – intended to cover housing, utilities, and normal cost-of-living expenses – is US$ 2,554. Life, health and permanent disability insurances are included, as well as periodic home leave, final repatriation, and resettlement allowance.
UNV will provide a copy of the UNV Conditions of Service to the successful candidate together with the offer of assignment.
United Nations Volunteers is an equal opportunity programme which welcomes and encourages people from minorities, disadvantaged groups and women to apply.

HOW TO APPLY:
If you are not yet registered in the UNV database, please apply by completing the UNV web application at the following link: https://ereta.unv.org/html/index.php?module=myprofileImportant: Please select the following code from the drop down menu on the first page of the application: "15ZAIR_SECURIT".
If you are registered in the UNV database, please update your profile at: http://MyProfile.unv.org, click on the "Special Recruitment" option on the left menu, then click on the "Edit" button and select the advertisement code "*15ZAIR_SECURIT".
Application deadline is 13 March 2015. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.
United Nations Volunteers is an equal opportunity programme which welcomes applications from qualified professionals. We are committed to achieving diversity in terms of gender, nationality and culture.

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