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Early career job: UNDP Programme Analyst (JPO) – Governance and human rights

UNDP is offering a position as UNDP Programme Analyst (Junior Professional Officer JPO) – Governance and human rights based in Khartoum, Sudan.

He/She will provide day-to-day management of projects related human rights and rule of law, with robust results-based framework and rigorous monitoring, including monitoring of gender equality and mainstreaming.

Additionally the successful candidate will engage in local consultations with civil society, government entities and development partners to identify strategic areas of support to advance human rights and rule of law.

Also the successful candidate will provide technical guidance and advice on human rights, gender and rule of law with careful regard to improving the ability of governments to plan, provide and deliver basic services and enhance their capacity and legal frameworks to prepare and implement development plans.

She/He will have a Master’s Degree in social science, public administration, human rights or in a related field of expertise.

A minimum of two years of paid working experience in a relevant field are required to apply for this position.

To apply for this position fluency is required in English.

The deadline for this vacancy is 2. February 2020.

Eligible countries:

  1. Burkina Faso
  2. DRC
  3. Ethiopia
  4. Kenya
  5. Liberia
  6. Mali
  7. Mozambique
  8. Rwanda
  9. Somalia
  10. Cuba
  11. South Sudan
  12. Tanzania
  13. Uganda
  14. Zambia
  15. Zimbabwe
  16. Iraq
  17. Palestine
  18. Afghanistan
  19. Bangladesh
  20. Cambodia
  21. Myanmar
  22. Armenia
  23. Albania
  24. Belarus
  25. Bosnia-Hercegovina
  26. Georgia
  27. Kosovo
  28. Moldavia
  29. North Macedonia
  30. Serbia
  31. Turkey
  32. Ukraine
  33. Bolivia
  34. Colombia
  35. Guatemala

This is a short summary. Visit the official website to apply.

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