- Organization: UNICEF – United Nations Children’s Fund
- Location: New York City
- Grade: Mid level – P-4, International Professional – Internationally recruited position
- Occupational Groups:
- Legal – Broad
- Political Affairs
- Communication and Public Information
- External Relations, Partnerships and Resource mobilization
- Managerial positions
- Closing Date: 2023-05-06
UNICEF works in some of the world’s hardest aress, to attain the world’s most disadvantaged children. To maintain their lives. To defend their rights. To assist them fulfil their potential. Across 190 countries and territories, we work for every child, everyplace, every day, to construct a better world for everybody.
Below the supervision of Chief of Strategic Partnerships, the incumbent will supply strategic support to the team lead on the identification, exploration and implementation of new innovative and creative partnerships, special projects, and institutional events. The incumbent will be working coordinately with colleagues across UNICEF, with solid orientation towards prospective and existing external opportunities for partnering. The post holder will control a small team and will work closely with all sections within GCA.
- High university degree in Social Sciences, Marketing, International Relations, Political Science, Communications, International Development, or other related technical major is demanded.
- A minimum of eight years of progressively responsible professional experience is demanded, specifically in the context of leading on a variety of partnerships, with at least two years at the international level.
- Working experience in building powerfully relationships with experience within media, entertainment, sports, or music industries is admirable.
- Experience in building and sustaining a network of stakeholders, and in working with coalitions. Experience managing and oversight teams of technical professionals, incorporating in high pressure environments.
- High level of understanding in English is highly demanded. Knowledge of another UN language is admirable.]