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UN Jobs-Administration Associate

Madagascar

Opportunity Deadline

23/03/2023

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Job Description

Fresh
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Bachelor Degree
Madagascar

Short Information:

  • Organization: WFP
  • Location: Madagascar
  • Type: Full Time
  • Job Title: Administration Associate
  • Close on: 23 Mar 2023

About Organization

The World Food Programme (WFP) is a United Nations agency that is responsible for addressing world hunger and promoting food security. Founded in 1961, the WFP works in over 80 countries, providing food assistance and supporting programs to improve nutrition, boost agricultural productivity, and build resilience to natural disasters and other crises.

The WFP provides food aid in emergencies, such as natural disasters, conflicts, and displacement of people, and also works on longer-term development projects that aim to reduce hunger and malnutrition. The organization is funded by voluntary donations from governments, organizations, and individuals.

In addition to its humanitarian work, the WFP also plays a key role in global efforts to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), particularly Goal 2: Zero Hunger. The organization works with governments, NGOs, and other stakeholders to advocate for policies and investments that support food security and nutrition.

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The WFP has won the Nobel Peace Prize in 2020 for its efforts to combat hunger and for its contribution to bettering conditions for peace in conflict-affected areas.

About UN Jobs-Administration Associate

The largest humanitarian organization fighting world hunger is called Programme Alimentaire Mondial (PAM). The PAM works to create a world in which every man, woman, and child always has access to enough food to lead a healthy and active life.
This position is based in our Ampanihy basement office space. The position holder will report to the chief of the field office or the administrative officer for the field office.

At this level, job holders must demonstrate responsibility and initiative to provide independent responses to queries that only contain general guidelines. To deal with unexpected problems on a daily basis, judgment must be demonstrated. Post holders possess the expertise and knowledge necessary to adapt to changing circumstances and contribute to the development of systems and processes that will continuously raise the quality of the support offered. Post holders are responsible for managing resources as well as forming and leading a support team.

UN Jobs-Administration Associate Requirements

Education:

  • Diploma of secondary studies. a certificate of postsecondary education in the related functional area.

Experience:

  • A good understanding of PAM administrative standards for exploitation was demonstrated, as was a concern for global issues of human development in the course of daily work.

Languages:

  • A good understanding of PAM administrative standards for exploitation was demonstrated, as was a concern for global issues of human development in the course of daily work.

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  3. Submit your application: Once you have prepared your application, submit it online through the UN’s career website. The website will guide you through the application process and allow you to attach your documents.
  4. Monitor your application: After submitting your application, you can monitor its progress through your personal profile on the UN’s career website. You may also receive email notifications about the status of your application.
  5. Prepare for interviews: If you are shortlisted for an interview, prepare well by researching the job, the UN, and the department you are applying to. Practice answering common interview questions and be prepared to discuss your skills and experience in detail.

Keep in mind that the UN receives a large number of applications, so competition can be tough. It is essential to tailor your application to the job requirements and highlight your unique skills and experience. Good luck!

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