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2 Year
Male, Female, Both
High School Diploma, Bachelor Degree, Master Degree

Short Detials:

  • Organization: UNDP
  • Location: Sudan
  • Type: Full Time
  • Job Title: Climate and Security Programme Analyst
  • Close on: 22 Mar 2023

About Organization

The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) is a global development network that operates in 170 countries around the world. Its main goal is to eradicate poverty, reduce inequalities, and build resilient societies.

The UNDP was established in 1965, and it works closely with governments, civil society organizations, and other partners to implement sustainable development initiatives. It provides technical assistance, policy advice, and financial support to countries and communities to help them achieve their development goals.

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The UNDP focuses on a range of issues, including democratic governance, poverty reduction, crisis prevention and recovery, climate change and sustainable energy, gender equality, and HIV and health.

The organization is led by an Administrator, who is appointed by the United Nations Secretary-General and reports to the UNDP Executive Board. The UNDP is headquartered in New York City and has regional and country offices around the world.

About UN Jobs in Sudan-Climate and Security Programme Analyst

As a result, the position’s objective is to increase the staff’s ability to address the connections between climate change, prevention, and maintaining peace using coordinated and integrated approaches, with the application of suitable analytical tools, data sources, scenarios, and early warning systems that specifically address climate-related security risks.


  • Support the application of climate and security, especially with a gender lens, in UNMISS procedures and practice areas such as conflict-sensitive analyses, peace mediation, and enhancing peaceful coexistence between communities;
  • Undertake the characterization of the diverse climate-related security risk profiles of different regions and locations of UNMISS operations in South Sudan;
  • Enhance the understanding of climate-related security risks, and the basic capacity of key staff to conduct integrated climate-related security risk analyses in UNMISS field missions and peacebuilding operations;
  • Organize training workshops for UNMISS field missions in customizing climate security within the context of their field operations, and designing methods for data collection relevant for situation analysis, local conflict analysis, and formulation of response actions;
  • Support UN agencies under the UN Sustainable Development Cooperation Framework, in integrating climate-related and security risks analysis into their strategic priorities, programming and operational plans;
  • Support the application of climate security within the Humanitarian, Peace and Development nexus approach under the UNCT;
  • Support the activities of the Climate and Security Working Group in programming meetings, preparing updates, reports, and coordinating joint activities, (e.g., field trips, workshops etc.);
  • Support the development of a robust multi-dimensional early warning and preparedness system that integrates climate and security alertness for South Sudan;
  • Develop knowledge products (policy brief, technical notes etc.), preparing of reports, talking points, updates etc;
  • Support awareness raising, advocacy, communication and visibility actions on climate and Security by the UN in South Sudan;
  • Support the government with the strategic orientation of climate and security for the implementation of the NDC, NAP and other national plan and policies;
  •  Other services as required.

UN Jobs in Sudan-Climate and Security Programme Analyst Requirments


  • It is necessary to have an advanced university degree (Master’s degree or equivalent) in a related field, such as economics, water resources management, environmental science, or another related field.
  • It is possible to replace the advanced degree with a first-level university degree (Bachelor’s degree) in the relevant discipline and two more years of acceptable work experience.


  • It is necessary to have at least two years (a Bachelor’s degree) of increasing responsibility job experience in the field of climate change;
  • preferably inside the UN system or another equivalent agency, two (2) years minimum work experience in regional or international organizations;


  • Excellent English Language is required.
  • Arabic is an advantage.

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  3. Submit your application: Once you have completed your application, submit it online through the careers website. You will receive a confirmation email once your application has been received.
  4. Wait for a response: The UN receives a high volume of applications, so it may take some time for them to review your application. If you are shortlisted for an interview, you will be contacted by the UN’s recruitment team.

It is important to note that the United Nations has specific requirements for each job opening, and the application process may vary depending on the position. Therefore, it is recommended to carefully review the job posting and follow the instructions provided.


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