UNICEF is Hiring Education Professionals

Posted by | 2nd Jul 2015 | Career News

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If you are an experienced international educational development professional and have a passion for making a lasting difference for women, children and adolescents, UNICEF wants to hear from you! 

 

UNICEF is recruiting the following profiles for its Talent Groups, which are as follows:

– Education Specialists (P-3 and P-4 levels)
– Chiefs of Education (P-4 and P-5 levels)
– Regional Education Advisers (P-5 level)
– Senior Education Advisers (P-5 level)


What are Talent Groups?

Talent Groups at UNICEF are exclusive lists of pre-vetted, highly qualified professionals intended to fast-track the recruitment process as positions become available. After a rigorous selection process, successful candidates who apply will be placed in a Talent Group at the P-3, P-4 or P-5 level. While placement in a Talent Group does not guarantee a position with UNICEF, candidates in a Talent Group may be considered for vacancies as they become available at UNICEF in Country or Regional Offices or Headquarters locations. For more information, please click here.

 

How to Apply:

P-3 Level Education Talent Group (Education Specialists): For more information regarding key expected results and detailed information on the desired competencies and qualifications of a successful candidate, please click here by the deadline of 14 July 2015 (11:59pm EST).

P-4 Level Education Talent Group (Chiefs of Education and Education Specialists): For more information regarding key expected results and detailed information on the desired competencies and qualifications of a successful candidate, please click here by the deadline of 14 July 2015 (11:59pm EST).
P-5 Level Education Talent Group (Chiefs of Education; Regional Education Advisers; and Senior Education Advisors): For more information regarding key expected results and detailed information on the desired competencies and qualifications of a successful candidate, please click here by the deadline of 14 July 2015 (11:59pm EST).

 


Originally published on UNICEF’s website

 

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