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Job Description

2 Year
Master Degree

Short Information:

  • Organization: UNDP
  • location: Haiti
  • Type: Full Time
  • Job Title: Security Analyst
  • Close on: 7 Mar 2023

About Organization

The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) is a global development organization established in 1965. It operates in more than 170 countries and territories, working with governments and other partners to provide sustainable development solutions that help to eradicate poverty and reduce inequalities and exclusion.

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The UNDP’s mission is to support countries in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by focusing on three main areas: sustainable development, democratic governance, and crisis prevention and recovery. Its work includes promoting economic growth and job creation, improving access to basic services such as health and education, and strengthening institutions to promote inclusive and effective governance.

The UNDP is headquartered in New York City and is led by an Administrator who reports directly to the United Nations Secretary-General. The organization is funded by contributions from member states and other partners, and it works in close collaboration with other UN agencies and development partners to achieve its goals.

About UN Jobs in Haiti-Security Analyst

The incumbent will offer advice on how to safeguard and reduce risk to UNFPA staff, eligible dependents, property, and operations everywhere while simultaneously allowing UNFPA Program implementation across the specific nation of responsibility. This will be accomplished by:

  • Advising on UNFPA security assistance feature in the programming process at the national office level as well as in the case of each specific project, from project identification, planning, budgeting, execution and right up to monitoring and evaluation;
  • enhancing UNFPA’s security measures and keeping a network of international and domestic security personnel.

In more detail, the Security Analyst is responsible for safeguarding and reducing risk to all UNFPA personnel, property, and operations everywhere while also facilitating the delivery of UNFPA programs across the duty station in the context of UNFPA’s development role. This is done in accordance with and in compliance with the UNDSS’s mandate and while working within the UN and UNFPA security policy and framework. The Country Office and UNFPA programs and activities in high-risk regions should get the Security Analyst’s support and advice in that order of importance.

UN Jobs in Haiti-Security Analyst Requirments


  • Master’s degree in security risk management, political/social or international relations, law enforcement law, or a closely connected field, or a license with at least one year of increasingly responsible related experience


  • experience in security risk management, a Bachelor’s degree and at least two years of relevant, progressively responsible work experience, or military or police experience with a technical security management certification and at least two years of relevant, progressively responsible work experience in security risk management


  • Fluency in French with Excellent writing and oral skills, English and Creole;knowledge of another UN language is an asset.

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