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UN Jobs in Nicaragua – Project Assistant


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2 Year
Male, Female, Both
Bachelor Degree

About UN Jobs in Nicaragua – Project Assistant:

  1. Provide administrative and financial assistance in the implementation of project strategies and activities.
  2. Create contracts for smaller purchases and agreements.
  3. Maintaining the validity and delivery of MOU support services, contracting consultants, and managing payments and refunds.
  4. Appointing the Project Coordinator/a and other UNFPA employees to manage and coordinate with institutions and organizations.
  5. Appointment of the Project Coordinator/an in preparing correspondence, phone calls, meeting coordination, and work schedule.
  6. Assist with the organization and logistics of events for the Central Unit and the project’s territorial links.
  7. Assisting in creating memos and reports, as well as operational planning (central y territorial).
  8. Keep the archive up to date.
  9. Managing project milestones, payments, and refunds, as well as other administrative processes.
  10. Conduct monitoring visits to prioritized municipalities to verify administrative-financial processes.
  11. Coordinating and assisting in event logistics at the national and departmental levels, as well as maintaining direct communication with territorial links and socio-support personnel for territory activities.
  12. Assume responsibility for funds managed on your behalf under the cash advance or petty cash policy.
  13. Keeping track of office materials and equipment requirements, as well as maintaining an inventory of project activities.
  14. Solicit information from suppliers in order to create new vendors.

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Functional abilities:

  • Ability to operate audiovisual equipment
  • Demonstrate your writing and speaking communication skills.
  • Operational efficiency development
  • Capacity to do tasks and work processes that are fully documented, archived, and reported.
  • Use of information and communication technologies as effective communication tools
  • Focus on outcomes
  • Emotional intelligence (including stress and anxiety management)
  • Logistical support abilities
  • Document and report management
  • Management of planning instruments
  • Capacity for planning and directing toward several tasks
  • Administrative information system and financial support provision
  • Possibility of traveling outside of Managua



  • A completed secondary education level (Bachelor’s) is required. A university diploma is desirable.
  • Minimum of one year of relevant experience in administrative, financial, and program/project acquisitions.
  • Fundamental English knowledge.
  • Strong interpersonal and organizational skills.
  • Excellent writing and oral communication skills.
  • Advanced knowledge in Microsoft Office package management and Google cloud applications.


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