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PLEASE NOTE THAT APPLICATIONS RECEIVED AFTER THE DEADLINE WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED

How to apply

All applicants are strongly encouraged to apply online as soon as possible after the vacancy has been posted and
well before the deadline stated in the vacancy announcement. Because applications submitted by United Nations
(UN) staff members are considered first, provided the eligibility requirements set out in ST/AI/2002/4 are met and
the application is submitted in a timely fashion, staff members should apply within 15-day or 30-day mark.

Online applications will be acknowledged where an email address has been provided. If you do not receive an e-
mail acknowledgement within 24 hours of submission, your application may not have been received. In such
cases, please go to “My UN” page and check the status of your application by clicking on “View Application
History”, and resubmit the application, if necessary.
    1.   To start the application process, applicants are required to register by opening a "My UN" account. Go to
         Login, and Register as a User. Fill in the form and choose a User Name and Password.
    2.   After opening the account, applicants may apply for vacancies using the Personal History Profile (PHP)
         provided. Once the PHP has been completed for a particular vacancy, it can be saved and used for future
         applications. The PHP may be up-dated, when necessary, for future applications.
    3.   In completing the PHP, please note that all fields marked with an asterisk must be completed.
    4.   UN staff members must submit scanned copies of their two latest Performance Appraisal System (PAS)
         reports at the time of application to the appropriate Human Resources Office (HRO)/Personnel Office
         (PO) to the email address below, clearly indicating the vacancy announcement number. In case you have
         no access to the digitizing equipment, please submit hard copies of the two latest PAS reposts to the
         relevant HRO/PO via fax.

         E-mail: staffing@un.org,

         Fax: 1-917-367-0524

Please see the Frequently Asked Questions, if you encounter problems when applying.

There is no application, processing or other fee at any stage of the process.
Finance and Budget Officer, P -3

Source and further infor mation: Finance and Budget Officer, P/3 (New York), Deadline: 19 Jun 2005


DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS:                                         19 Jun 2005

DATE OF ISSUANCE:                                                  20 Apr 2005

ORGANIZATIONAL UNIT:                                               Department of Management

DUTY STATION:                                                      New York

VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT NUMBER:                                       05-FIN-DM-406461-R-NEW YORK




       Remuneration
       Depending on professional background, experience and family situation, a competitive compensation and
       benefits package is offered.
       More Info


            United Natio ns Core Values: Integrity, Professionalism, Respect for Diversity


       Responsibilities
       The Peacekeeping Financing Division supports the Controller in exercising accountability for the financial
       resources made available by the Member States for peacekeeping operations, projected at a total of USD 4.5
       billion for the financial year 2005-2006. The Division is committed to an ongoing change process to ensure the
       highest effectiveness and efficiency standards in budget preparation and presentation, including mainstreaming
       of results-based budgeting. The working environment of peacekeeping operations is dynamic, and the PFD
       team is highly committed to meeting the corresponding demands. The main partners of the Peacekeeping
       Financing Division are the Peacekeeping Missions, the Department of Peacekeeping Operations, the legislative
       bodies and troop-contributing countries. Under the supervision of the Section Chief, the incumbent is expected
       to analyse budget submissions, obtain clarifications and justifications and prepare budget and budget
       performance reports for small to medium-size peacekeeping operations, to prepare financial implications for
       Security Council reports, and to administer the related trust funds. The incumbent supports the Director and
       Section Chief in the presentation of budget proposals and budget performance reports at the Advisory
       Committee on Administrative and Budgetary Questions and the Fifth Committee of the General Assembly, and
       prepares supplementary information. The incumbent also prepares allotments, staffing table authorisations,
       redeployments of funds, analyses and monitors budget implementation, initiates payments to troop-
       contributing Governments for settlement of liabilities, and prepares communication to donors on financial
       aspects of trust fund activities. The incumbent may be requested to perform other related duties assigned by
       the Section Chief, including team assignments for Division-wide initiatives.


       Competencies
       Professionalism - Knowledge of budget development including results-based budgeting and financial
       administration of resources; accepts additional responsibilities as required by the demands of service; strives
       for excellence in performance continually; remains composed while working effectively in stressful situations;
       uses information technology effectively as a tool and resource; demonstrates substantive and technical
       knowledge to meet responsibilities and post requirements with excellence; is motivated and demonstrates a
       capacity to pursue personal development and learn; willing to frequently work beyond normal working hours in
       order to get the job done. Creativity - Conceptualises and analyses problems to identify key issues, underlying
       problems and how they relate; contributes creative, practical ideas and approaches; displays sound judgement
       in responding to challenges; understands broader socio-political implications. Planning and Organising - Plans,
       prioritises and delivers tasks on time. Teamwork - Participates effectively in a team-based, information-sharing
       environment; cooperates with others in a multi-cultural, multi-ethnic environment with sensitivity and respect
       for diversity. Communication - Formulates written information clearly and persuasively; presents oral
       information clearly and persuasively; shares information openly with co-workers while using discretion to
protect confidences. Client orientation - Establishes and maintains productive partnerships with clients by
gaining trust and respect; meets timeline for delivery of products or services to clients.




                                              QUALIFICATIONS


Education
A first level university degree with a relevant combination of academic qualifications and experience in business
administration, finance or relevant field.


Work Experience

Progressively responsible experience in resource planning, budget preparation, budget monitoring and anlysis
of implementation is a requirement. Demonstrated experience in results-based approaches to budgeting is
highly desirable. Experience in peacekeeping is desirable.


Languages
English and French are the working languages of the United Nations Secretariat. For this post, fluency in
written and spoken English is essential. Knowledge of another official UN language is desirable.


Other Skills

Proficiency in use of information technology tools for financial analysis and monitoring of budgets is required.
Proficiency in use of office software, in particularly Excel, Word and Powerpoint is required. Strong writing skills
is a requirement.

E-mail: staffing@un.org,

Fax: 1-917-367-0524
Budget Officer, P -3
Source and further infor mation: Budget Officer, P/3 (The Hague), Deadline: 20 Jun 2005


                   DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: 20 Jun 2005

                               DATE OF ISSUANCE: 21 Apr 2005

                          ORGANIZATIONAL UNIT: International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia

                                   DUTY STATION: The Hague

             VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT NUMBER: 05-FIN-ICTFY-406427-R-THE HAGUE




  The appointment is limited to ICTY. Extension of the appointment is subject to extension of the mandate and/or the
  availability of the funds. As the international tribulans are not integrated in the Secreteriat, UN Staff Members serve on
  assignment or secondment from their parent department/office if selected.


Remuneration
Depending on professional background, experience and family situation, a competitive compensation and benefits package is
offered.
More Info


             United Nations Core Values: Integrity, Professionalism, Respect for Diversity


Responsibilities
Within delegated authority, the Budget Officer will be responsible for the following duties; Financial control of
assessed budget, extra-budgetary and programme support costs activities. • Requests for allotment advices,
including redeployment of funds when necessary. • Monitor expenditure to ensure they remain within the
approved allotment and determine reallocation of funds. • Review and analyse data with respect to the
finalization of cost estimates. • Maintains income and expenditure financial reports for extra-budgetary activities.
Co-ordinates acceptance of contributions and financial reporting to donors. • Review of financial and budgetary
provisions of proposed contribution agreements (prior to submission to the Office of the Controller in New York)
ensuring compliance with UN rules and regulations. • Liaises with the Budget Division in New York regarding the
acceptance of voluntary contributions. • Prepares financial reports and co-ordinates submission of substantive
reports to donors relating to extra-budgetary activities. • Preparation of annual substantive and financial reports
to Budget Division in New York on extra-budgetary activities. Provides advice to the Voluntary Contributions
Committee (VCC) on financial regulations, situation of projects, fund raising strategies and other related matters.
Assist in the preparation of the proposed assessed budget of the Tribunal. • Review and analyse data with
respect to budget proposals in terms of staff and non-staff requirements. • Provides support and advice to
managers with respect to the elaboration of resource requirements for budget submissions. • Review and make
appropriate recommendations with respect to the finalization of the proposed programme budget and performance
reports. Liaises with the Budget Division in New York throughout the budget preparation process. Management of
the Staffing Table of the Tribunal. • Establishment, redeployment and abolition of posts in the ICTY Post
Information Management System (PIMS). • Monitors post reports (both assessed budget and extra-budgetary
resources) to ensure compliance with the staffing table authorizations and funding levels for GTA positions. Acting
as Officer-in-Charge and perform other duties assigned by the Chief • Acting as alternate certifying officer for a
number of accounts. • Review requisitions and purchase orders generated by the One Source system to ensure
correct accounts/codes have been charged and for availability of funds. • Prepares reports on budget trends,
forecasts as requested by the Chief. Performs other ad hoc duties assigned by the Chief.


Competencies
Professionalism – Proven conceptual analytical and evaluative skills and ability to conduct independent research
and analysis, identifying issues, formulating options and making conclusions and recommendations. A complete, in-
depth grasp of financial principles and practices. Planning and Organising – Ability to establish priorities and to
plan, coordinate and monitor own work plan and those under his/her supervision. Technological Awareness –
Solid computer skills including proficiency in Excel. Knowledge of other software applications (such as databases)
and UN financial systems (such as Sun) would be desirable. Commitment to Continuous Learning – Willingness
to keep abreast of new developments in the area. Communication –Proven ability to write in a clear concise
manner and to communicate effectively orally. Demonstrated ability to develop and maintain effective work
relationships with financial counterparts and substantive offices. Teamwork – Strong interpersonal skills and
ability to establish and maintain effective working relations with people in a multi-cultural, multi-ethnic
environment with sensitivity and respect for diversity.




                                                      QUALIFICATIONS


Education
University degree, preferably in business administration, finance, or directly related area; or a relevant combination
of academic qualification and experience in an area such as budget/finance.


Work Experience

At least 7 years progressively responsible, job related experience in administration or finance with greater
independence and decision making authority for more complex budgets.


Languages
Fluency in oral and written English. Knowledge of French or other UN official language would be desirable.


Other Skills
Experience in budget/programmatic issues, preferably in an international organisation.

E-mail: ,

Fax: 1- (0)70-512 5345
Acco untant, P -4
Source and further infor mation: Accountant, P/4 (Bangkok), Deadline: 02 May 2005



                    DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: 02 May 2005

                                DATE OF ISSUANCE: 03 Mar 2005

                           ORGANIZATIONAL UNIT: Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific

                                    DUTY STATION: Bangkok

              VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT NUMBER: 05-FIN-ESCAP-405035-R-BANGKOK




Remuneration
Depending on professional background, experience and family situation, a competitive compensation and benefits package is
offered.
More Info


              United Nations Core Values: Integrity, Professionalism, Respect for Diversity


Responsibilities
Under the direct supervision of the Chief of Financial Services Section, the incumbent will be responsible for the
following duties:- plans, organizes and distributes work responsibilities among staff of the unit to ensure effective
operations, appropriate segregation of duties and adequate control checks and balances; ensures proper
implementation of UN payroll, payments, treasury and accounting policies; evaluates existing payroll, payment and
treasury procedures and introduces new measures if required to ensure effective and efficient operation; identify
areas where workflow improvements can be achieved through automation; provides authoritative advices on
financial and accounting policies, their application and related procedures; ensures accurate and complete
accounting records are maintained; provides requested information and replies to internal/external audit
observations related to payments, payroll and Treasury. Also provides advices on corrective actions in response to
audits and other queries to ensure adherence to UN Financial Regulations and Rules, Staff Rules, Administrative
Instructions, Bulletins and Circulars; performs other duties as assigned by Section Chief.


Competencies
Professionalism: Expert knowledge of UN financial principles and practices; ability to identify issues, formulating
options and making conclusions and recommendations; ability to formulate new strategies and technical
approaches to financial matters. Planning and Organizing: Ability to establish priorities and to plan, coordinate and
monitor own work plan and that of staff members under his/her supervision. Ability to juggle competing demands
and work under the pressure. Communications: Proven and sustained communication (verbal and written) skills,
including ability to prepare reports and conduct presentations on key issues by clearly formulating positions on
issues, articulating options concisely conveying the maximum necessary information, making and defending
recommendations. Technological awareness: Advanced computer skills including spreadsheet and database
applications; experience in operation of complex computerized financial system - IMIS. Teamwork: Proven
interpersonal skills and the ability to work in a multi-cultural, multi-ethnic environment with sensitivity and respect
for diversity. Leadership: Demonstrated leadership, managerial and supervisory skills; ability to establish and
maintain effective working relations as a team member and team leader. Managing performance: Ability to
delegate the appropriate responsibility, accountability and decision-making authority to staff , monitor progress
against milestones and deadlines, regularly discuss performance and provide feedback and coaching to staff,
actively support the development and career aspirations of staff and appraise performance fairly.
                                                     QUALIFICATIONS


Education
Advanced University Degree (MA/MBA) preferably in business administration, finance, accounting or other related
fields; certification as a Certified Public Accountant (CPA), Chartered Accountant (CA) or equivalent is most
desirable. A first level degree with a relevant combination of academic qualifications and experience in business
administration, finance, accounting or related areas may be accepted in lieu of the advanced university degree.


Work Experience

Progressively responsible experience in financial, accounting and budgeting systems. Successful completion of
work in one specialised financial area or demonstrated leadership of group of staff working in the financial area. 4
to 8 years experience in financial administration, two of which at least with the United Nations. In-depth
knowledge of UN Financial Rules and Regulations.


Languages
Fluency in oral and written English. Knowledge of a second official UN language an advantage.


Other Skills
Experience in operation of complex computerized financial system - IMIS.



E-mail: escap-hrms@un.org,

Fax: 1-2-288 1045
Chief, Operationa l Acco unts Unit, P -4
Source and further infor mation: Chief, Operational Accounts Unit, P/4 (Vienna), Deadline: 15 May 2005


                             DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: 15 May 2005

                                         DATE OF ISSUANCE: 16 Mar 2005

                                    ORGANIZATIONAL UNIT: United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime

                                               DUTY STATION: Vienna

                       VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT NUMBER: 05-FIN-UNODC-405987-R-VIENNA




  The post is subject to budgetary approval.


Remuneration
Depending on professional background, experience and family situation, a competitive compensation and benefits package is
offered.
More Info


             United Nations Core Values: Integrity, Professionalism, Respect for Diversity


Responsibilities
Under the general guidance of the Chief, Financial Resources Management Service, the incumbent directs and
supervises the activities of the Operational Accounts Unit which is responsible for the maintenance and operation
of the accounts, payroll, payments and treasury of the United Nations Office at Vienna (UNOV), the United Nations
Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) and a number of other United Nations offices and programmes located in
Vienna. He/she acts as the Principal Approving Officer for all United Nations Secretariat entities located in Vienna,
oversees the operation of IMIS Releases 3 and 4 from the functional aspect to ensure that the system works as a
reliable information source to all users, provides information and advice to various client offices on financial
questions, liaise with internal and external auditors, with counterparts in other VIC-based organizations and with
the UNHQs Treasury on all aspects of the cash-flow management. Reviews financing agreements for UNODC.
Assists with the development of accounting tools for UNODC field offices.


Competencies
Professionalism - Effectiveness in developing accounting policies, procedures and new programme; Leadership -
Ability to oversee and guide the work of more junior staff; Planning and Organizing - Demonstrated ability to
establish priorities and to plan, coordinate and monitor own work plan and those supervised. Communications -
Proven and sustained communication (verbal and written) skills, including ability to prepare reports and conduct
presentations on key issues by clearly formulating positions on issues, articulating options concisely conveying the
maximum necessary information, making and defending recommendations. Teamwork - Proven interpersonal skills
and the ability to work in a multi-cultural, multi-ethnic environment with sensitivity and respect for diversity.
Judgement/Decision-making- Mature judgement and initiative, imagination and resourcefulness, energy and tact;
proven ability to provide direction, to plan and establish priorities and to maximize productivity and achieve goals.
Leadership - Proven track record of management and technical leadership skills and ability to delegate appropriate
responsibility. Demonstrated flexibility in leadership by performing and/or overseeing change initiatives including
the analysis of complex budgetary, financial or administrative management policy and programmatic issues.
Managing performance - Ability to lead and supervise staff. Ability to coach, mentor and develop staff. Vision -
Ability to identify key issues, opportunities and risks; clearly communicate links between the Organization's
strategy and the work unit's goals.
                                                   QUALIFICATIONS


Education
Advanced University Degree (MA/MBA) preferably in business administration, finance, accounting, economics or
related fields; certification as a Public Accountant (CPA), Chartered Accountant (CA) or equivalent is most
desirable.


Work Experience

Progressively responsible experience in field of finance, accounting and budgeting. Comprehensive knowledge of
UN policies, procedures and operations.


Languages
Fluency in oral and written English. Knowledge of other official languages of the United Nations Secretariat is
desirable.


Other Skills

Technological awareness - Advanced computer skills including spreadsheet and database applications; experience
in operation of complex computerized accounting systems, such as IMIS.

E-mail: recruitment@unvienna.org ,

Fax: 234-1-26060 5886, 234-1-26060 5886
Financial Management Officer, P -4
Source and further information : Financial Management Officer, P/4 (New York), Deadline: 17 Jun 2005


                                     DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: 17 Jun 2005

                                                 DATE OF ISSUANCE: 18 Apr 2005

                                            ORGANIZATIONAL UNIT: Department of Management

                                                      DUTY STATION: New York

                               VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT NUMBER: 05-FIN-DM-406171-R-NEW YORK




Remuneration
Depending on professional background, experience and family situation, a competitive compensation and benefits
package                                              is                                               offered.
More Info


              United Nations Core Values: Integrity, Professionalism, Respect for Diversity


Responsibilities
Under the overall direction of the Controller, the duties and responsibilities of the Financial Management Officer are
to: (a) Develop methodologies for the review and monitoring of financial management systems, particularly those
relating to internal controls and delegation of authority; (b) Carry out studies of existing financial systems
principally in the United Nations but also externally, when necessary, and prepare recommendations for
improvements or institution of new systems within the United Nations; (c) Assist the Controller with regard to the
review of policies, inter alia, those affecting the acceptance and control of voluntary contributions, interpretation of
existing policies etc., and to recommend an appropriate course of action which may include drafting administrative
instructions, circulars and guidelines; (d) Identify priority issues and recommend courses of action particularly as
they relate to regular expenditure analysis and performance monitoring of the financial resources of the
Organization; (e) Ensure that specific extra budgetary donor requirements are complied with including reporting on
both financial and substantive aspects. (f) Serve as a member of inter- and intra-departmental working groups and
task forces established to review financial policies and operations; (g) Represent the Office of the Controller on
financial policy issues.


Competencies
Professionalism - Demonstrated effectiveness in developing financial management policies and procedures. Expert
knowledge and command of financial administration of resources. Commitment to continuous learning -
Willingness to learn to keep abreast of new developments in the area. Planning and organising - Proven ability to
plan and organise work. Communications - Proven and sustained communication (verbal and written) skills,
including ability to prepare reports and conduct presentations on key issues by clearly formulating positions on
issues, articulating options concisely conveying the maximum necessary information, making and defending
recommendations. Teamwork - Proven interpersonal skills demonstrated by the ability to work in a multi-cultural,
multi-ethnic environment with sensitivity and respect for diversity. Leadership - Proven supervisory ability and
technical leadership; ability to establish and maintain effective working relations both as a team member and team
leader.




                                                       QUALIFICATIONS
Education
Advanced university degree (Master's degree or equivalent), preferably in administration, business, finance or
related field. A first level university degree with a combination of relevant academic qualifications and experience
in financial management or other related field may be accepted in lieu of the advanced university degree.


Work Experience

A minimum of 7 years of progressively responsible experience and demonstrated performance in business, finance
or administration, preferably in fields related to financial management and analysis. Experience gained in the
national or international intergovernmental level is desirable.


Languages
English and French are the working languages of the United Nations Secretariat. For this post, fluency in written
and spoken English is essential. Knowledge of another official UN language desirable.


Other Skills

Knowledge of United Nations legislative machinery and procedures, budgetary policies and practices, financial
regulations and rules is desirable. Technological awareness - being abreast of available technology and its
application to the work of the office.


E-mail: staffing@un.org,

Fax: 1-917-367-0524
Chief o f Unit/Sect ion, P -5
Source and further information : Chief of Unit/Section, P/5 (Nicosia.), Deadline: 01 May 2005


                                   DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: 01 May 2005

                                               DATE OF ISSUANCE: 02 Mar 2005

                                          ORGANIZATIONAL UNIT: Office of Internal Oversight Services

                                                    DUTY STATION: Nicosia.

                             VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT NUMBER: 05-FIN-OIOS-405155-R-NICOSIA




  The appointment is limited to OIOS. External candidates, if selected, will be granted appointments limited to
  service on posts financed by the support account for peacekeeping operations. The functions of this post are to be
  discharged in hazardous areas, which may change depending on the needs of the Organization.


Remuneration
Depending on professional background, experience and family situation, a competitive compensation and benefits
package is offered.

More Info


              United Nations Core Values: Integrity, Professionalism, Respect for Diversity


Responsibilities
Within delegated authority, the incumbent will be responsible for the following duties: Develop and implement the
Section's medium and long-term goals and objectives, and related annual audit and work plans. Plan, organize and
coordinate the activities of multiple teams and resources of the Section. Define the broad objectives and scope for
each audit/review. Provide direction and leadership with respect to all phases of each audit/review with a view to
ensuring that OIOS' standards are complied with and that audit/review objectives are achieved within budget.
Review working papers and related audit/review communications (e.g, audit reports). Provide guidance to audit
staff on technical and administrative matters. Lead audits/reviews of a sensitive and complex nature. Analyse
guidelines and standards for internal audit activities in the course of ensuring consistency of approach and
adequacy of practise of subordinate auditors. Monitor the status of audit/review recommendations. Represent the
Internal Audit Division I (IAD I) to senior management within the Organization. Empower/challenge staff to
assume more responsibility. Establish and maintain a positive relationship with auditees. Carry out other tasks as
may be assigned by the Chief of Peacekeeping Audit Service or Director of IAD I.


Competencies
Professionalism: Demonstrated in-depth technical knowledge of all aspects of the audit function; tact and
negotiating skills. Client orientation: Ability to identify clients' needs and suggest appropriate solutions; ability to
establish and maintain productive partnerships with clients. Technological awareness: Very good working
knowledge of technology tools such as Power Point, Excel and Word. Knowledge of specialized audit software is
desirable. Communication: Strong communication (spoken, written, facilitation and presentational) skills, including
ability to defend and explain difficult issues and positions to staff including senior officials. Teamwork: Ability to
operate effectively across organizational boundaries; ability to establish and maintain effective working
relationships in a multi-cultural, multi-ethnic environment with sensitivity and respect for diversity. Leadership:
Demonstrated innovative technical leadership by performing and/or overseeing the analysis of complex audit policy
and program issues, and leading, coordinating and managing multiple audit teams working on concurrent
projects/activities. Vision: Ability to identify key strategic issues, opportunities and risks, clearly communicate links
between the Organization's strategy and the work unit's goals; establish/identify and communicate broad and
compelling organizational direction. Managing performance: Strong managerial/supervisory skills. Ability to
establish, plan and encourage performance, and coordinate and monitor work of others; delegate appropriate
responsibility, accountability and decision-making authority.
                                                      QUALIFICATIONS


Education
Advanced university degree (Masters degree or equivalent) preferably in finance, business administration,
information sciences or other related area such as a professional certification in accounting or auditing (CPA, CA,
CIA, CISA). First level university degree with a combination of relevant academic qualifications and experience in a
related area may be accepted in lieu of the advanced university degree.


Work Experience
At least 10 years of progressively responsible experience combined in audit or related area is required.


Languages
English and French are the working languages of the United Nations Secretariat. For this post, fluency in written
and spoken English is required and knowledge of French is desirable. Knowledge of other official UN languages is
desirable.


Other Skills
Extensive relevant experience in audit management required. Hands on experience in the UN environment is highly
desirable.


E-mail: staffing@un.org,

Fax: 1-917-367-0524
Sectio n Chief, P -5
Source and further information : Section Chief, P/5 (New York), Deadline: 01 May 2005


                                   DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: 01 May 2005

                                               DATE OF ISSUANCE: 02 Mar 2005

                                          ORGANIZATIONAL UNIT: Office of Internal Oversight Services

                                                    DUTY STATION: New York

                             VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT NUMBER: 05-FIN-OIOS-405137-R-NEW YORK




  The appointment is limited to OIOS. Extension of the appointment is subject to the extension of the mandate
  and/or the availability of funds.


Remuneration
Depending on professional background, experience and family situation, a competitive compensation and benefits
package is offered.

More Info


              United Nations Core Values: Integrity, Professionalism, Respect for Diversity


Responsibilities
Within delegated authority, the incumbent will be responsible for the following duties: Develop and implement the
Section's medium and long-term goals and objectives, and related annual audit and work plans. Plan, organize,
direct and coordinate the activities of multiple teams and resources of the Section. Define the broad objectives and
scope for each audit/review. Provide direction and leadership with respect to all phases of each audit/review with a
view to ensuring that OIOS' standards are complied with and that audit/review objectives are achieved within
budget. Review working papers and related audit/review communications (e.g., audit reports). Provide guidance to
audit staff on technical and administrative matters. Lead audits/reviews of a sensitive and complex nature. Analyse
guidelines and standards for internal audit activities in the course of ensuring consistency of approach and
adequacy of practice of subordinate auditors. Monitor the status of audit/review recommendations. Represent the
Internal Audit Division I (IAD I) to senior management within the Organization. Empower/challenge staff to
assume more responsibility. Establish and maintain a positive relationship with auditees. Carry out other tasks as
may be assigned by the Chief of Peacekeeping Audit Service or Director of IAD I.


Competencies
Professionalism - Demonstrated in-depth technical knowledge of all aspects of the audit function; tact and
negotiating skills. Client orientation - Ability to identify clients' needs and suggest appropriate solutions; ability to
establish and maintain productive partnerships with clients. Technological awareness - Very good working
knowledge of technology tools such as Power Point, Excel and Word. Knowledge of specialized audit software is
desirable. Communication - Strong communication (spoken, written, facilitation and presentational) skills, including
ability to defend and explain difficult issues and positions to staff including senior officials. Teamwork - Ability to
operate effectively across organizational boundaries; ability to establish and maintain effective working
relationships in a multi-cultural, multi-ethnic environment with sensitivity and respect for diversity. Leadership -
Demonstrated innovative technical leadership by performing and/or overseeing the analysis of complex audit policy
and program issues, and leading, coordinating and managing multiple audit teams working on concurrent
projects/activities. Vision - Ability to identify key strategic issues, opportunities and risks, clearly communicate links
between the Organization's strategy and the work unit's goals; establish/identify and communicate broad and
compelling organizational direction. Managing Performance - Strong managerial/supervisory skills. Ability to
establish, plan and encourage performance, and coordinate and monitor work of others; delegate appropriate
responsibility, accountability and decision-making authority
                                                      QUALIFICATIONS


Education
Advanced university degree (Masters Degree or equivalent) preferably in finance, business administration,
information sciences or other related area such as a professional certification in accounting or auditing (CPA, CA,
CIA, CISA). First level university degree with a combination of relevant academic qualifications and experience in a
related area may be accepted in lieu of the advanced university degree.


Work Experience
At least 10 years of progressively responsible experience combined in audit or related area is required.


Languages
English and French are the working languages of the United Nations Secretariat. For this post, fluency in written
and spoken English is required and a knowledge of French is desirable. Knowledge of other official UN languages is
desirable.


Other Skills
Extensive relevant experience in audit management required. Hands on experience in the UN environment is highly
desirable.



E-mail: staffing@un.org,

Fax: 1-917-367-0524
Administrative Officer, P -3
Source and further information : Administrative Officer, P/3 (Mexico City), Deadline: 26 Apr 2005


                                   DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: 06 May 2005

                                              DATE OF ISSUANCE: 07 Mar 2005

                                         ORGANIZATIONAL UNIT: United Nations Office at Nairobi

                                                   DUTY STATION: Nairobi

                             VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT NUMBER: 05-ADM-UNON-405256-R-NAIROBI




Remuneration
Depending on professional background, experience and family situation, a competitive compensation and benefits
package is offered.

More Info


             United Nations Core Values: Integrity, Professionalism, Respect for Diversity


Responsibilities
This post is located in the Planning and Coordination Section of the Division of Conference Services - United
Nations Office at Nairobi. The incumbent reports directly to the Chief of the Section. He/she is required to provide
administrative and financial support in the management of the resources of the Division. Under the direct
supervision of the Chief, Planning and Coordination Section, the incumbent performs the following duties: 1)
Administration of the Division’s staffing table, vacancy management and recruitment of short-term staff. This
entails implementing the administrative and human resources management mandate of the Division; effectively
coordinating with Human Resources Management Service/United Nations Office at Nairobi (HRMS/UNON); liaising
with Chiefs of Section and of the Division, HRMS/UNON, Office of the Human Resources Management Service
(OHRMS)/New York and counterparts in Geneva and Vienna on vacancies, availability of suitably qualified
conference service personnel on short and long-term exchange basis or recruited to fill existing vacancies;
expeditiously initiating internal and external vacancy announcements in line with the UN selection processes and
recruitment procedures and following up with HRMS, chairs of the Central Review bodies; ensuring that the
Division's recruitment and personnel policies are in accord with UN staff rules and regulations, as well as
International Association of Conference Interpreters (AIIC) and International Association of Conference Translators
(AITC) rules; and maintaining all personnel statistical records of the Division and issuance of employment statistics
of regular and short-term conference staff. 2) Financial Management - Assisting the Chief of Section in providing
effective management of the financial resources and assets of the Division including the preparation of the
Division's programme of work and biennium budget, short- and medium-term strategic plans; monitoring the
programme of work and budget; expenditure control and establishing a proper system of internal controls;
providing guidance on human resources and financial administration issues; ensuring efficient implementation of
the Division's chargeback system and other finance and budget related policy matters. 3) Result based Budget
Monitoring and Programme Performance Reporting involving: identifying baselines against which performance can
be measured; developing and crafting accomplishment or result accounts and statements within the context of
targets set within the expected accomplishments; liaising with Chiefs of Section and of the Division, in developing
methodologies for data collection, programme monitoring and evaluation; collating statistical data entered in E-
meets, Assignments Programme (APG) and integrated Documents Control and Performance Monitoring System
(iDCPMS), consolidating and entering the data in the Integrated Monitoring and Documentation Information
System (IMDIS and liaising with DGACM counterparts in New York, Geneva, and Vienna as well as OIOS on these
matters; 4) Other duties include: responsible for implementing Short-term Service Agreements/Contracts on all
piecework, SSA contracts; ensuring prompt and timely payment for such work; procurement of goods and services;
maintaining an appropriate data base of the goods and services procured and used; initiating and ensuring prompt
ordering and delivery of all goods; monitoring the use of stock, furniture and equipment and ensures security of
the assets of the Division; identifying and allocating office space to staff and for equipment; issuing special passes
regarding the movement of equipment in and out of the UN compound at Gigiri; supervising the staff responsible
for administrative, financial and logistical support functions and deputising for the Chief of the Section with respect
to these functions.


Competencies
Professionalism - Proven conceptual, analytical, and evaluative skills and ability to conduct independent research
and analysis, identifying issues, formulating options and making conclusions and recommendations. Planning and
Organizing - Ability to establish priorities and plan, coordinate and monitor own work plan and those under his/her
supervision; Client Orientation - Ability to identify clients’ needs and appropriate solutions; ability to establish and
maintain productive partnerships with clients. Technological Awareness - Solid computer skills, including proficiency
in word processing, spreadsheets, IMIS and relevant accounting and productivity monitoring and reporting
packages such as iDCPMS, IMDIS, Sun account System, and other software packages; Communication - Proven
ability to write in a clear and concise manner and to communicate effectively orally. Ability to prepare reports,
formulate positions on issues, articulate options concisely conveying maximum necessary information, and make
and defend recommendations. Teamwork - Demonstrated interpersonal skills and the ability to work in a multi-
cultural, multi-ethnic environment with sensitivity and respect for diversity.




                                                       QUALIFICATIONS


Education
Advanced university degree, preferably in business administration, finance, accounting, or a first university degree
with a relevant combination of academic and professional qualifications.


Work Experience

Five years post qualification working experience in finance, budgeting, administration and/or personnel
management, in UN and/or international or large organizations. Working experience in varied assignments in these
organizations. Knowledge and understanding of relevant UN administrative, financial and accounting policies and
procedures as well as international accounting standards and practices.


Languages
English and French are the working languages of the UN Secretariat. For this post fluency in English, both written
and oral required. Working knowledge of French will be an advantage.


Other Skills



E-mail: Recruitment@unon.org,

Fax: 1-(254)-2-624-212
Administrative Officer, P -3
Source and further information : Administrative Officer, P/3 (Nairobi), Deadline: 06 May 2005


                                   DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: 06 May 2005

                                              DATE OF ISSUANCE: 07 Mar 2005

                                         ORGANIZATIONAL UNIT: United Nations Office at Nairobi

                                                   DUTY STATION: Nairobi

                             VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT NUMBER: 05-ADM-UNON-405256-R-NAIROBI




Remuneration
Depending on professional background, experience and family situation, a competitive compensation and benefits
package is offered.
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Responsibilities
This post is located in the Planning and Coordination Section of the Division of Conference Services - United
Nations Office at Nairobi. The incumbent reports directly to the Chief of the Section. He/she is required to provide
administrative and financial support in the management of the resources of the Division. Under the direct
supervision of the Chief, Planning and Coordination Section, the incumbent performs the following duties: 1)
Administration of the Division’s staffing table, vacancy management and recruitment of short-term staff. This
entails implementing the administrative and human resources management mandate of the Division; effectively
coordinating with Human Resources Management Service/United Nations Office at Nairobi (HRMS/UNON); liaising
with Chiefs of Section and of the Division, HRMS/UNON, Office of the Human Resources Management Service
(OHRMS)/New York and counterparts in Geneva and Vienna on vacancies, availability of suitably qualified
conference service personnel on short and long-term exchange basis or recruited to fill existing vacancies;
expeditiously initiating internal and external vacancy announcements in line with the UN selection processes and
recruitment procedures and following up with HRMS, chairs of the Central Review bodies; ensuring that the
Division's recruitment and personnel policies are in accord with UN staff rules and regulations, as well as
International Association of Conference Interpreters (AIIC) and International Association of Conference Translators
(AITC) rules; and maintaining all personnel statistical records of the Division and issuance of employment statistics
of regular and short-term conference staff. 2) Financial Management - Assisting the Chief of Section in providing
effective management of the financial resources and assets of the Division including the preparation of the
Division's programme of work and biennium budget, short- and medium-term strategic plans; monitoring the
programme of work and budget; expenditure control and establishing a proper system of internal controls;
providing guidance on human resources and financial administration issues; ensuring efficient implementation of
the Division's chargeback system and other finance and budget related policy matters. 3) Result based Budget
Monitoring and Programme Performance Reporting involving: identifying baselines against which performance can
be measured; developing and crafting accomplishment or result accounts and statements within the context of
targets set within the expected accomplishments; liaising with Chiefs of Section and of the Division, in developing
methodologies for data collection, programme monitoring and evaluation; collating statistical data entered in E-
meets, Assignments Programme (APG) and integrated Documents Control and Performance Monitoring System
(iDCPMS), consolidating and entering the data in the Integrated Monitoring and Documentation Information
System (IMDIS and liaising with DGACM counterparts in New York, Geneva, and Vienna as well as OIOS on these
matters; 4) Other duties include: responsible for implementing Short-term Service Agreements/Contracts on all
piecework, SSA contracts; ensuring prompt and timely payment for such work; procurement of goods and services;
maintaining an appropriate data base of the goods and services procured and used; initiating and ensuring prompt
ordering and delivery of all goods; monitoring the use of stock, furniture and equipment and ensures security of
the assets of the Division; identifying and allocating office space to staff and for equipment; issuing special passes
regarding the movement of equipment in and out of the UN compound at Gigiri; supervising the staff responsible
for administrative, financial and logistical support functions and deputising for the Chief of the Section with respect
to these functions.


Competencies
Professionalism - Proven conceptual, analytical, and evaluative skills and ability to conduct independent research
and analysis, identifying issues, formulating options and making conclusions and recommendations. Planning and
Organizing - Ability to establish priorities and plan, coordinate and monitor own work plan and those under his/her
supervision; Client Orientation - Ability to identify clients’ needs and appropriate solutions; ability to establish
and maintain productive partnerships with clients. Technological Awareness - Solid computer skills, including
proficiency in word processing, spreadsheets, IMIS and relevant accounting and productivity monitoring and
reporting packages such as iDCPMS, IMDIS, Sun account System, and other software packages; Communication -
Proven ability to write in a clear and concise manner and to communicate effectively orally. Ability to prepare
reports, formulate positions on issues, articulate options concisely conveying maximum necessary information, and
make and defend recommendations. Teamwork - Demonstrated interpersonal skills and the ability to work in a
multi-cultural, multi-ethnic environment with sensitivity and respect for diversity.




                                               QUALIFICATIONS


Education
Advanced university degree, preferably in business administration, finance, accounting, or a first university degree
with a relevant combination of academic and professional qualifications.


Work Experience

Five years post qualification working experience in finance, budgeting, administration and/or personnel
management, in UN and/or international or large organizations. Working experience in varied assignments in these
organizations. Knowledge and understanding of relevant UN administrative, financial and accounting policies and
procedures as well as international accounting standards and practices.


Languages
English and French are the working languages of the UN Secretariat. For this post fluency in English, both written
and oral required. Working knowledge of French will be an advantage.


Other Skills



E-mail: Recruitment@unon.org,

Fax: 1-(254)-2-624-212
Programme Budget Officer, P -3
Source and further information : Programme Budget Officer, P/3 (New York), Deadline: 17 May 2005


                                   DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: 17 May 2005

                                              DATE OF ISSUANCE: 18 Mar 2005

                                         ORGANIZATIONAL UNIT: Department of Management

                                                  DUTY STATION: New York

                             VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT NUMBER: 05-ADM-DM-405996-R-NEW YORK




  Priority consideration for vacancies at the P3 level will be given to internal candidates and candidates who have
  passed a competitive examination. The incumbent will be required to provide -stand-by- services during the week-
  end, holidays and outside normal working hours.


Remuneration
Depending on professional background, experience and family situation, a competitive compensation and benefits
package is offered.

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Responsibilities
Within delegated authority, the Programme Budget Officer, reporting to Chief of Service and to the Director of the
Programme Planning and Budget Division, will be responsible for the following duties: Medium-term plan: review,
analyse and finalize the preparation of the medium-term plan and its revisions on the basis of departmental
submissions, taking into account recommendations and decisions of specialized intergovernmental bodies; provide
substantive support to relevant intergovernmental and expert bodies in their review of the medium-term plan and
its revisions; assist in securing approval from the General Assembly; ensure legislative mandates are accurately
translated into programme budgets. Budget preparation: review and analyse data with respect to the finalization of
cost estimates and budget proposals, in terms of staff and non-staff requirements from Departments/offices at
Headquarters and in the field, including programmatic aspects; review, analyse and provide input into finalization
of programme budget/financial implications arising from decisions/statements of the Security Council and the
General Assembly and its subsidiary bodies; provide substantive support to relevant intergovernmental and expert
bodies in their budget review; assist in securing approval from the General Assembly. Budget administration: issue
allotments, including redeployment of funds when necessary, ensuring appropriate expenditures; monitor budget
implementation and determine/recommend reallocation of funds when necessary; monitor expenditures to ensure
that they remain within authorized levels; administer and monitor extra-budgetary resources, including review of
agreements and cost plans, ensuring compliance with financial regulations and rules and established policies and
procedures; review and make appropriate recommendations with respect to the finalization of budget performance
reports, analysing variances between approved budgets and actual expenditures; provide substantive support to
intergovernmental and legislative bodies. Other duties: provide advice and guidance, as required, to headquarters
and field staff on budgetary and financial policies and procedures, including results-based budgeting; keep up-to-
date on documents/reports/guidelines/issues that have a bearing on matters related to programme and/or special
political or peacekeeping mission budgets, as appropriate, ensuring compliance with intergovernmental
recommendations and decisions as well as with United Nations policies and procedures; draft reports and
correspondence; perform other related duties, as assigned.


Competencies
Professionalism - Proven conceptual analytical, and evaluative skills and ability to conduct independent research
and analysis, identifying issues, formulating options and making conclusions and recommendations; a complete, in-
depth grasp of financial principles and practices; proven ability to work under pressure and produce output that is
accurate and of high quality. Planning and Organizing - Ability to effectively establish priorities and plan, organize
and monitor own work plan/assignments in a multiple priority environment. Technological awareness - Solid
computer skills including proficiency in word processing and complex computerized financial systems such as IMIS,
Sun System. Commitment to continuous learning - Willingness to keep abreast of new developments in the area.
Communication - Proven ability to write in a clear and concise manner and to communicate effectively orally;
demonstrated ability to develop and maintain effective work relationships with financial counterparts. Teamwork -
Strong interpersonal skills and ability to establish and maintain effective working relations with people in a multi-
cultural, multi-ethnic environment with sensitivity and respect for diversity.




                                                      QUALIFICATIONS


Education
A first level university degree with a relevant combination of academic qualifications and experience in Business
Administration, Finance or in directly related fields.


Work Experience

A minimum of 5 years progressively responsible, job related experience in administration or finance with greater
independence and decision-making authority for complex budgets.


Languages
English and French are the working languages of the United Nations Secretariat. For this post, fluency in written
and spoken English essential; knowledge of another official UN language desirable.


Other Skills

Demonstrated practical knowledge of programmatic issues, budgetary and statistical analysis in a commercial,
public, governmental or international organization is required.



E-mail: staffing@un.org,

Fax: 1-917-367-0524
Research Officer, P -4
Source and further information : Research Officer, P/4 (Geneva), Deadline: 14 May 2005


                                   DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: 14 May 2005

                                               DATE OF ISSUANCE: 15 Mar 2005

                                          ORGANIZATIONAL UNIT: United Nations Office at Geneva

                                                   DUTY STATION: Geneva

                             VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT NUMBER: 05-ADM-UNOG-405671-R-GENEVA




Remuneration
Depending on professional background, experience and family situation, a competitive compensation and benefits
package is offered.
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Responsibilities
Under the supervision of the Executive Secretary of the Joint Inspection Unit, the Research Officer's main
responsibilities relate to the preparation of reports and notes included in the work programme of the Unit. In
particular, he/she will be responsible for the following duties: -Participates in the development of the preliminary
workplan for preparation of reports and notes; -Determines and obtains information required for reports/notes,
and assists Inspectors in defining qualitative and quantitative indicators of performance; -Prepares and schedules
lists of meetings for Inspectors with relevant organizations, including through the preparation of trips when
required, prepares interview guides and questions for meetings, participates in meetings and trips and takes notes,
elaborates questionnaires; -Analyses data, identifies problems and issues, and suggests solutions; -Participates in
the drafting of preliminary outlines and successive versions of the reports/notes, as well as in their proofreading
and editing; -Verifies accuracy of factual information contained in reports/notes; -Participates in brainstorming
sessions and in the meetings of Inspectors where assigned reports/notes are discussed; -Prepares correspondence
concerning the reports/notes; -Ensures that required files are adequately maintained, and ensures that editing,
translation, printing and distribution of draft and final versions of the reports proceed appropriately; -Keeps the
Inspectors and the Executive Secretary informed regularly of actions taken by executive heads and inter-
governmental bodies on the reports and calls attention to any need for action by the JIU; -Assists Inspectors in
organizing briefings and presentations on the findings of reports as appropriate. In addition, the Research Officer :
-Follows general governance, management and administration issues in a number of United Nations organizations
and undertakes specific management assessments as required; -Represents the Secretariat of the Unit at inter-
agency meetings in fields of relevance; -Performs other ad-hoc assignments given by the Executive Secretary and
related to the substantive and administrative issues such as providing input into the work programme, annual
report, JIU position papers and other documents; -Provides guidance and support to Research Assistants and more
junior research officers as required.


Competencies
Professionalism: In-depth knowledge and understanding of theories, concepts and approaches relevant to the
fields of management, oversight, evaluation and/or finance. Proven conceptual, analytical and evaluative skills and
ability to conduct independent research and analysis, identify issues, formulate opinions, make conclusions and
recommend solutions.Planning and organizing: Ability to establish priorities and to plan, coordinate and monitor
work against plans; ability to work simultaneously on several activities of widely different substance; Commitment
to continuous learning: willingness to keep current on new developments in the fields of research, evaluation,
oversight, general management and public administration; Technological awareness: Full proficiency in computer
systems and use of relevant software and applications (Internet, word processing, database, spreadsheets and
presentation applications), awareness of existing management information systems (such as SAP, Peoplesoft,
IMIS..)and understanding of their functions; Communication: Proven ability to write in a clear and concise manner
and to communicate effectively orally; Teamwork: Good interpersonal skills and ability to work in a multi-cultural
environment with sensitivity and respect for diversity. Ability to develop and maintain effective working
relationships with colleagues at different levels and counterparts in participating organizations.




                                                    QUALIFICATIONS


Education
Advanced university degree (Masters Degree or equivalent), preferably in public or business administration,
finance, management, economics, international law or international affairs.


Work Experience

At least 7 years of progressively responsible experience in the fields of international public administration,
preferably involving evaluation, inspection, investigation, audit, management or the like. Experience in drafting
reports for submission to inter-governmental bodies highly desirable.


Languages
Fluency in spoken and written English with excellent drafting abilities. Working knowledge of French an asset.
Knowledge of other United Nations official languages desirable.


Other Skills


E-mail: hrms@unog.ch,

Fax: 41-22-917- 0074
Administrative Officer, P -4
Source and further information : Administrative Officer, P/4 (New York), Deadline: 17 Jun 2005


                                   DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: 17 Jun 2005

                                              DATE OF ISSUANCE: 18 Apr 2005

                                          ORGANIZATIONAL UNIT: Department of Management

                                                   DUTY STATION: New York

                             VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT NUMBER: 05-ADM-DM-406039-R-NEW YORK




Remuneration
Depending on professional background, experience and family situation, a competitive compensation and benefits package is
offered.
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             United Nations Core Val ues: Integrity, Professionalism, Respect for Diversity


Responsibilities
Under the supervision of the Director, Division for Organizational Development in the Office of Human Resources
Management, the incumbent assists and, as necessary, advises the Director with regard to the management of
human and financial resources for the Division, including management of the organizational training budget.
Human Resources Management: In carrying out his or her duties, the incumbent provides assistance and advice as
necessary to the Director in the area of human resources management, including the implementation of new
policies and activities in the context of the Secretary-General’s reform programme, at the Secretariat level
and/or the inter-agency level. In this regard, s/he initiates and coordinates actions covering the entire span of
human resources activities within the purview of the Division, in particular human resources policy development
and implementation, competitive entry processes, staff development and career support, administration of justice,
compensation and classification, and staff welfare, ensuring consistency in the application of UN rules and
procedures. S/he will coordinate the preparation of the work programme and budget to ensure compatibility with
work priorities and objectives. Budget and Finance: The incumbent will provide advice to the Director on the
financial administration of the Division. He or she will initiate and conduct studies to improve budget reporting
systems and cost-effective utilization of programme resources; monitor and control budgetary allocations through
regular reviews; provide effective monitoring reports and data; identify deviations from plans and propose
corrective measures; and establish and maintain a set of sound policies, procedures, standards and tools which are
consistent with UN policy and practice in order to ensure proper accounting, financial management and control.
The incumbent will assist and, as necessary, advise the Director in the management of the organizational training
budget. S/he will work in close collaboration with departments/offices, offices away from Headquarters and
peacekeeping missions to assess training requirements -- monitoring implementation of training plans and
expenditures of allocated funds; analyzing IMIS and other expenditure reports; providing on-going advice on
improving effectiveness of training implementation of plans; and taking steps to ensure that funds are
appropriately utilized. General Administration: The incumbent will supervise a staff team, providing expert
guidance and leadership to more junior staff. S/he will also provide advice to others on human resources
administration, financial administration and management information issues and practices.


Competencies
Professionalism - Expert knowledge and command of planning, programming, budgeting, financial management
and other relevant administrative policies. Planning and organizing -Ability to establish priorities and to plan,
coordinate and monitor own work plan and those under his/her supervision. Client Orientation - Ability to identify
clients' needs and appropriate solutions; ability to establish and maintain productive partnerships with clients.
Technological awareness - Actively seeks to apply technology to apropriate tasks; shows willingness to learn new
technology. Communication - Proven and sustained communication (verbal and written) skills, including ability to
prepare reports and conduct presentations by clearly formulating positions on issues, articulating options concisely
conveying the maximum necessary information, making and defending recommendations. Teamwork - Proven
interpersonal skills and the ability to work in a multi-cultural, multi-ethnic environment with sensitivity and respect
for diversity.




                                               QUALIFICATIONS


Education
Advanced university degree (Masters Degree or equivalent) preferably in business administration, human resources
management, finance, or a related field. A first level university degree with a combination of relevant academic
qualifications and experience in administration, finance, human resources or other related field may be accepted in
lieu of the advanced university degree.


Work Experience

At least 7 years progressively responsible experience in human resources and administration policies, financial
regulations, field operations, or related field. Relevant experience in the United Nations system is desirable.


Languages
English and French are the working languages of the United Nations Secretariat. For this post, fluency in oral and
written English is required; knowledge of a second official UN language an advantage.


Other Skills

Advanced computer skills, including proficiency in word processing and relevant software packages such as IMIS,
are required.



E-mail: staffing@un.org,

Fax: 1-917-367-0524
Budget Officer, P -4
Source and further information : Budget Officer, P/4 (Nairobi), Deadline: 18 Jun 2005


                                  DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: 18 Jun 2005

                                              DATE OF ISSUANCE: 19 Apr 2005

                                         ORGANIZATIONAL UNIT: United Nations Office at Nairobi

                                                  DUTY STATION: Nairobi

                            VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT NUMBER: 05-ADM-UNON-405790-R-NAIROBI




Remuneration
Depending on professional background, experience and family situation, a competitive compensation and benefits package is
offered.
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Responsibilities
Under the overall supervision of the Chief, Division of Administrative Services and the direct supervision of the
Chief, Budget and Financial Management Service, the incumbent is responsible for: the formulation, coordination,
review and finalisation of cost estimates, budgets and forecasts for UNON and UNEP, including the regular budget,
the Environment Fund biennial support budget, UNEP Trust Fund support budget, and the extrabudgetary
resources and cost-sharing/charge-back arrangements of the Division of Administrative Services;
preparation/issuance of allocations, allotments, and authorised staffing tables; management of allotments and sub-
allotments; monitoring and evaluation of expenditures, including review of budgetary commitments, formulation of
proposals to reduce organisational costs and implementation of efficiency measures; preparation of
financial/administrative papers and reports for submission to UNEP Governing Council and its subsidiary organs,
Advisory Committee on Administrative and Budgetary Questions (ACABQ), the Office for Programme Planning and
Budget Division, and UNON and UNEP management; and preparation of budget performance reports and medium-
term plans; Assist the Chief of Budget and Financial Management Service with the coordination and
implementation of results-based budgeting in respect of programme and activities falling within the responsibility
of UNON; control and management of UNON and UNEP core budget staffing, including preparation of staffing
reports, and submission of incumbency and vacancy statistics to Headquarters. BUDGET PREPARATION:
Coordinate, formulate, analyse and finalise cost estimates and budget proposals, in terms of staff and non-staff
requirements, in accordance with the medium-term plan; Review, analyse and finalise budget/financial implications
in light of resolutions or decisions of the General Assembly and the UNEP Governing Council, and in accordance
with recommendations and/or requirements of the Advisory Committee on Administrative and Budgetary
Questions, the Office of Programme Planning, Budget and Accounts, and the UNEP Executive Director/UNON
Director-General. BUDGET ADMINISTRATION: Prepare allocations for approval by the UNEP Executive
Director/UNON Director-General; Issue allotments and authorise sub-allotments for extrabudgetary resources of
UNON and biennial support budgets of UNEP for approval by the Chief of Division of Administrative Services/UNON
and/or the Chief, Budget and Financial Management Service/UNON; Manage and monitor budget implementation
and recommend reallocation and/or redeployment of funds as necessary to ensure that funds are available to meet
operational requirements; Monitor expenditures and ensure that they remain within authorised levels, including
analysis of fund utilisation and provision of advice to all concerned; Administer and monitor extrabudgetary
resources, including review of arrangements or agreements and cost plans, ensuring compliance with UN
regulations and rules, established policies and procedures and UNEP Governing Council and UN General Assembly
determined priorities; prepare, review and finalise budget performance reports, including analysis of and provision
of justification for variances between approved budgets and actual expenditures; provision of periodic reports to
the Committee of Permanent Representatives of UNEP, UN Headquarters, and to UNON and UNEP Management as
appropriate. CORE BUDGETS POST MANAGEMENT: Manage and control the UNON and UNEP core budgets staffing
tables, including coordination and provision of advice on authorised staffing tables; Prepare staffing reports on the
utilisation and configuration of human resources in UNEP and UNON for core budgets; Submit incumbency and
vacancy statistics to UN HQ New York and to UNEP and UNON management. The incumbent may be asked to
perform other related duties as assigned by the Chief, Budget and Financial Management Service or Chief, Division
of Administrative Services.


Competencies
Professionalism - Demonstrated effectiveness in developing budgetary policies, procedures and new programs.
Expert knowledge and command of budget development and financial administration of resources; ability to
formulate new strategies and technical approaches to budgetary matters. Technological awareness - Advanced
computer skills; experience in operation of complex computerized financial systems such as IMIS. Commitment to
continuous learning - Willingness to learn to keep abreast of new developments in the area. Communications -
Proven and sustained communication skills, including ability to prepare reports and conduct presentations on key
issues by clearly formulating positions on issues, articulating options concisely conveying the maximum necessary
information, making and defending recommendations. Teamwork - Proven interpersonal skills demonstrated by the
ability to work in a multi-cultural, multi-ethnic environment with sensitivity and respect for diversity. Leadership -
Proven supervisory ability and technical leadership; ability to establish and maintain effective working relations
both as a team member and team leader.




                                                      QUALIFICATIONS


Education
Advanced university degree from a university or from an institution of equivalent status in Business and
Administration, Finance, or a First degree with a relevant combination of academic and professional qualifications.


Work Experience

7 years progressively responsible experience in budgeting and financial management systems. Successful
completion of work in a section of the programme budget or peacekeeping budgets or demonstrated leadership of
a team of staff working on a number of budgets.


Languages
English and French are the two working languages of the United Nations Secretariat. For this post, fluency in
spoken and written English is required.


Other Skills

Experience in financial, budget or statistical analysis in a commercial, public, governmental or international
organization. Knowledge of United Nations legislative machinery and procedures, budgetary policies and practices,
financial regulations and rules.



E-mail: Recruitment@unon.org,

Fax: 1-(254)-2-624-212
Execut ive Officer , P -5
Source and further information : Executive Officer, P/5 (New York), Deadline: 02 May 2005


                                  DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: 02 May 2005

                                             DATE OF ISSUANCE: 03 Mar 2005

                                        ORGANIZATIONAL UNIT: Office of Internal Oversight Services

                                                  DUTY STATION: New York

                            VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT NUMBER: 05-ADM-OIOS-405183-R-NEW YORK




  The appointment is limited to OIOS.


Remuneration
Depending on professional background, experience and family situation, a competitive compensation and benefits package is
offered.
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Responsibilities
Under the general supervision of the Under-Secretary-General, Office of Internal Oversight Services (OIOS), the
Executive Officer is responsible for all personnel, financial and administrative matters concerning the Office. He/she
advises the Under-Secretary-General and the line managers on budget preparation, financial management,
personnel management, application of UN regulations and rules, procedures and work methods. Given the
operational independence of OIOS, the incumbent administers its resources within the delegation of authority from
the Secretary-General in budgetary and personnel matters, and in accordance with the UN regulations and rules.
In addition, the incumbent is responsible for planning, administering and monitoring OIOS' extra budgetary
resources; liaising and negotiating with central support services at Headquarters and offices away from
Headquarters as well as with separately administered operational funds and programmes,as required; coordinating
the preparation of biennial budgets, strategic framework and budget performance, and implementing OIOS-OHRM
action plan on OIOS staffing. The Executive Officer is also responsible for general administration of the Executive
Office which includes planning, organising and implementing support services and managing administrative staff.


Competencies
Professionalism - Proven ability to provide seasoned technical advice in a broad range of human resource, financial
and administrative areas to managers. Ability to prepare reports or rational with respect to key administrative
decisions. Technological Awareness - Advanced computer skills; experience with operation of complex
computerized accounting systems such as IMIS. Client Orientation - Ability to identify clients' needs and
appropriate solutions; ability to establish and maintain productive partnerships with clients. Communication -
Strong Communication (spoken, written and presentational) skills including ability to defend and explain difficult
issues and positions to staff including senior officials. Leadership - Strong managerial/supervisory skills; tact and
negotiating skills; good judgment and decision-making skills. Demonstrated flexibility in leadership by performing
and/or overseeing the analysis of complex human resources, financial or administrative management policy and
program issues. Managing Performance - Ability to establish priorities and to plan, coordinate and monitor work of
others. Ability to make timely decisions under stressful, hardship and hazardous conditions.




                                                      QUALIFICATIONS
Education
Advanced university degree (Masters degree or equivalent) in business or public administration, human resources
management, finance, accounting, law or related area. A first level university degree with a relevant combination
of academic qualifications and experience in finance or related areas may be accepted in lieu of the advanced
university degree.


Work Experience

A minimum of 10 years experience; progressively responsible experience with human resource management and
administrative policies, financial regulations, field operations, etc. Demonstrated leadership of groups of staff
working in these areas.


Languages
English and French are the working languages of the United Nations Secretariat. For this post, fluency in oral and
written English is essential; knowledge of a second official UN language is desirable.


Other Skills

Experience in handling complex organisational issues, at the international level and hands on experience with UN
administrative/financial policies and practices is required.



E-mail: staffing@un.org,

Fax: 1-917-367-0524
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Execut ive Officer , D -1
Source and further information : Executive Officer, D/1 (New York), Deadline: 15 May 2005


                                  DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: 15 May 2005

                                             DATE OF ISSUANCE: 24 Jan 2005

                                         ORGANIZATIONAL UNIT: Department of Safety and Security

                                                  DUTY STATION: New York

                            VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT NUMBER: 05-ADM-DSS-405519-R-NEW YORK




  This vacancy announcement is reissued in accordance with decision No. 59/560 adopted by the General Assembly
  on 13 April 2005. Applications already made for the vacancy when initially posted with a deadline of 25 March
  2005 need not be re-submitted. They will be considered at the same time as new applications which must be
  submitted on or before 15 May 2005. The Department of Safety and Security (DSS) was established to unify and
  strengthen the United Nations security management system in order to ensure the safety and security of United
  Nations staff, operations and premises at United Nations Headquarters, the main duty stations and in the field.


Remuneration
Depending on professional background, experience and family situation, a competitive compensation and benefits
package is offered.
More Info


             United Nations Core Values: Integrity, Professionalism, Respect for Diversity


Responsibilities
The Department of Safety and Security (DSS) was established to unify and strengthen the United Nations security
management system in order to ensure the safety and security of United Nations staff, operations and premises at
United Nations Headquarters, the main duty stations and in the field. Under the supervision of the Under-
Secretary-General (USG) for Safety and Security for the United Nations, the Executive Officer (EO) will be
responsible for policy and planning in the area of administration. The EO assists the USG and DSS senior
management in the development and implementation of the administrative and financial framework. He/she
manages the Executive Office and its programme of work, and provides advice and support for DSS senior
management in such areas as special reviews of operational objectives and related administrative
policies/procedures. He/she will take the lead in coordinating the full range of staff and human resouce
administration-related issues, and in all aspects of budget and finance; plans, organizes and implements support
services, including information technology and logistics. The EO provides expert advice with respect to conditions
of service, duties and responsibilities, and privileges and entitlements under the Staff Regulations and Rules.
He/she develops, establishes and maintains a set of sound policies, procedures, standards and tools that are
consistent with UN policy and practice in order to ensure proper accounting, financial management and control;
serves as lead financial officer to the Department, providing guidance and direction on business and resource
planning, and monitors expenditures to ensure that they remain within authorized levels. The EO oversees the
development of security information systems to be used for maintaining UN staff lists and tracking staff
movements worldwide.


Competencies
Professionalism: Proven ability to provide seasoned technical advice in a broad range of human resource, financial
and administrative areas to senior managers; experience in handling complex organizational issues, at the
international level. Hands on experience with UN administrative/financial policies and practices. Teamwork: Proven
record of building and managing teams; ability to establish priorities and to plan, coordinate and monitor work of
others. Ability to make timely decisions under stressful conditions. Communication: Excellent ability to defend and
explain difficult issues with respect to key decisions and positions to staff, senior officials and members of
intergovernmental bodies. Ability to prepare reports and rationale with respect to key administrative decisions.
Leadership: Demonstrated flexibility in leadership, overseeing policy and programme issues. Judgment/ Decision-
making: Sound, mature judgment and decision-making skills; ability to manage and coordinate many different
activities/operations, to make difficult decisions under pressure.




                                                     QUALIFICATIONS


Education
Advanced university degree in business or public administration, human resources management, finance,
accounting or related area. A combination of relevant academic qualifications and extensive experience may be
accepted in lieu of the advanced university degree.


Work Experience

Minimum of 15 years of progressively responsible experience in human resource management and administrative
policies, financial regulations, field operations, etc. Demonstrated leadership of groups of staff working in these
areas. Experience in handling complex organizational issues, at the international level required.


Languages
English and French are the working languages of the United Nations Secretariat. For the post advertised, fluency in
written and spoken English required. Knowledge of another official UN language is an advantage.


Other Skills

Knowledge of UN administrative/financial policies and practices required. Knowledge of security administration an
asset.



E-mail: staffing@un.org,

Fax: 1-917-367-0524
Director, D-1
Source and further information : Director, D/1 (Addis Ababa), Deadline: 07 Jun 2005


                                DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: 07 Jun 2005

                                            DATE OF ISSUANCE: 08 Apr 2005

                                       ORGANIZATIONAL UNIT: Economic Commission for Africa

                                                 DUTY STATION: Addis Ababa

                          VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT NUMBER: 05-ADM-ECA-406133-R-ADDIS ABABA




Remuneration
Depending on professional background, experience and family situation, a competitive compensation and benefits
package is offered.
More Info


             United Nations Core Values: Integrity, Professionalism, Re spect for Diversity


Responsibilities
Within delegated authority, the Director of Human Resources and Finance Division is responsible for overall
planning, development, management and delivery of all administrative support, human resource, budget (regular
and extra-budgetary resources) and financial management issues, required by the United Nations Economic
Commission for Africa to fulfill mandate in an efficient and cost effective manner, ensuring the Commission
adheres to the established UN regulations, rules policies and procedures in these areas. He/she provides strategic
direction and leadership of corporate planning, financial management, and human resources management. Duties
and responsibilities include: Policy and Planning: - Assist the Executive Secretary and senior management in the
development and implementation of the administrative and financial framework; - Advise senior management on
budgeting, financial, human resources and general administration and management information issues and
practices; - Produce major/complex reports for management; Provide advice and support for the senior
management in such areas as technical cooperation activities, special reviews of operational objectives and related
administrative policies/procedures, etc; - Participate, on behalf of the Commission, in task forces of the Secretariat
on human resources and administrative matters, including the implementation of the information management
system; - Participate in the weekly Senior Management Team meetings to provide advice on administrative,
financial and human resources matters, as required. Human Resource Management: - Manage human resources to
ensure the high quality of staff by maintaining effective processes for recruitment, retention, and staff
development; - Provide supervision and policy guidance to the Human Resources Services Section; - Take the lead
in coordinating the full range of staff and human resource administration-related issues, ensuring the Commission
requirements are met; - Identify potential management reviews of high sensitivity and complexity. Define problems
to be addressed in management reviews; direct the work of review teams through all stages. Budget and Finance
Management: - Ensure adequacy and integrity of financial controls for proper accounting and reporting of
transactions and safeguarding ECA assets; - Provide supervision and policy guidance to the Budget and Finance
Section; - Take the lead in securing the required resources for the Commision from United Nations' administration
resources, trust funds and grant programmes; - Monitor expenditures to ensure that they remain within authorised
levels. Exercise control over budgetary expenditures from these resources and advise senior management
regarding the allocation/availability of budget resources; - Providing guidance and direction on financial and
resource planning. Formulate strategic direction and evaluate strategic options, particularly in terms of resource
implications. Assume the lead role in monitoring and supporting the execution of these strategies to achieve
maximum impact. United Nations Health Care Centre: - Provide supervision and policy guidance to the UN Health
Care Centre responsible for providing preventive and curative medical services to UN personnel and their
dependants stationed in Ethiopia, delegates to UN meetings, UN consultants and other UN staff on mission.


Competencies
Professionalism: Proven ability to provide seasoned technical advice in a broad range of human resource, financial
and administrative areas to senior management. Ability to prepare reports or rational with respect to key
administrative decisions. Communication: Strong communication (spoken, written and presentational) skills,
including ability to defend and explain difficult issues and positions to staff including senior officials. Client
Orientation: Ability to identify clients' needs and appropriate solutions; ability to establish and maintain productive
partnerships with clients. Managing Performance: Ability to lead and guide staff, and to support managers in
developing options and facilitating the flow of information for decision-making. Ability to coach, mentor and
develop staff. Capacity to motivate staff and encourage good performance, to coordinate and monitor the work of
others. Vision: Ability to identify key strategic issues, opportunities and risks; clearly communicate links between
the Organization's strategy and the Divisional goals. Establish/identify and communicate broad and compelling
organizational direction. Leadership: Ability to provide strategic and innovative leadership in the areas of
responsibility. Strong managerial/supervisory skills; tact and negotiating skills; good judgment and decision-making
skills. Demonstrated flexibility in leadership by performing and/or overseeing the analysis of complex human
resources, financial or administrative management policy and programme issues.




                                                       QUALIFICATIONS


Education
Advanced university degree (Masters degree or equivalent) in business or public administration, human resources
management, finance, accounting, law or related area.


Work Experience

Minimum 15 years of progressively responsible experience with human resource management and administrative
policies, financial regulations, etc. Experience in successfully managing diverse groups of staff, human resources,
budget/finance, health services, in a complex international environment, and maintaining an appropriate balance
between control and client service.


Languages
English and French are the working languages of the United Nations Secretariat. For the post advertised, fluency in
oral and written English is required. Working knowledge of French is an advantage.


Other Skills

Ability to handle complex organizational issues at the international level desirable. Knowledge of UN administrative
policies and practices highly desirable.



E-mail: eca-galaxy@un.org,

Fax: 1-1-52-1634
Director, D ivisio n of Ad ministration, D -2
Source and further information : Director, Division of Administration, D/2 (Geneva), Deadline: 22 May 2005


                                    DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: 22 May 2005

                                                DATE OF ISSUANCE: 23 Mar 2005

                                           ORGANIZATIONAL UNIT: United Nations Office at Geneva

                                                    DUTY STATION: Geneva

                              VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT NUMBER: 05-ADM-UNOG-405963-R-GENEVA




Remuneration
Depending on professional background, experience and family situation, a competitive compensation and benefits
package is offered.
More Info


              United Nations Core Values: Integrity, Professionalism, Respect for Diversity


Responsibilities
Under the administrative authority of the Director-General of the United Nations Office at Geneva (UNOG), and
policy guidance of the Under-Secretary-General for Management, the incumbent: - Provides managerial services
and policy advice to the Director-General on all aspects of administration and management of human and financial
resources of UNOG; - Is responsible for coordinating all aspects of administration, budgetary, financial, information
and communications technology (ICT), human resources and general services functions at UNOG and for a number
of other UN entities in Geneva as well as at a number of other duty stations; - Provides direction, co-ordination and
supervision to the various services of the Division; - Manages, guides, develops and trains staff of the Division
taking due account of geographical and gender balance and other institutional values; - Provides leadership to the
development of innovative and change management programmes; - Maintains liaison and appropriate functional
linkages with UN administrative and financial bodies as well as with counterparts at other Geneva-based UN
agencies and offices on matters affecting the common system; - Chairs meetings, seminars, etc…, on
administrative-related issues; represents the Organization at international, regional, inter-agency meetings,
seminars and conferences; holds consultations with representatives of other institutions; - Maintains sound
relations with the authorities of the Host country on matters affecting UN staff and UN premises at Geneva; -
Coordinates staff-management matters at UNOG and participates in Staff-Management Coordination Committee
meetings and in the elaboration of the United Nations overall human resources strategy; - Performs other related
duties as requested by senior management of the Organization.


Competencies
Professionalism: Expert knowledge in the field of administration, in particular; proven ability to produce reports and
papers on policy issues; ability to review and edit the work of others. Planning and organizing: Proven ability to
plan and organize work, requiring an in-depth understanding of its strategic direction and ability to integrate the
work of the Division into the Office’s work programme. Communication: Excellent drafting ability and
communication skills, both oral and written; ability to defend and explain difficult issues with respect to key
decisions and positions to staff, senior officials and members of intergovernmental bodies; proven ability to
communicate complex concepts orally; ability to prepare written reports that are clear, concise and meaningful.
Teamwork: Good interpersonal skills; demonstrated ability to work in a multicultural, multi-ethnic environment and
to maintain effective working relations with people of different national and cultural backgrounds. Ability to lead
and gain assistance of others in a team endeavour. Gender mainstreaming: Ability to provide leadership and take
responsibility for incorporating gender perspectives into substantive work; commitment to the goal of achieving
gender balance in staffing and creating a gender sensitive working environment that pays attention to work/life
issues. Client orientation: Ability to identify clients’ needs and propose appropriate solutions as well as establish
and maintain effective relationships with outside collaborators and other contacts, including representatives of
Member States and the public. Commitment to Continuous Learning: Willingness to keep abreast of new
developments in the relevant technical field and to develop own managerial, leadership as well as information
technology skills. Vision - Ability to identify strategic issues, opportunities and risks; clearly communicate links
between organization strategy and the Division’s goals; establish and communicate broad and compelling
organisational direction. Leadership – Strong managerial/leadership skills; demonstrated flexibility in leadership
by performing and/or overseeing the analysis of complex human resources, financial or administrative
management policy and programme issues; proven record of building and managing teams and creating an
enabling environment, including the ability to effectively lead, supervise, mentor, develop and evaluate staff and
design training/skills enhancement initiatives to ensure effective transfer of knowledge/skills. Tact in negotiating
skills; good judgment and decision-making skills. Judgment/Decision-making - Mature judgment and initiative;
imagination, resourcefulness, energy and tact; proven ability to provide strategic direction and ensure an effective
work structure to maximize productivity and achieve goals. Managing Performance – Ability to establish priorities
and to plan, coordinate and monitor work of others; ability to make timely decisions; ability to coach, mentor,
motivate and develop staff and encourage good performance. Building trust – Reputation for dealing honestly
and openly with issues and staff; recognized and highly respected by peers, clients and staff.




                                                     QUALIFICATIONS


Education
Advanced university degree in public or business administration, social sciences, international affairs, law and
similar areas or equivalent. ( A higher-level degree (Ph. D or equivalent) may be substituted for two years of
professional experience).


Work Experience

At least 20 years of progressively responsible experience in one or several of the following areas: human resources
management, business or financial management, procurement, information technology, general services as well as
programme planning and analyses or budgeting in multicultural institutions. Extensive supervisory experience.
Proven track record of excellent management and technical leadership skills. Work experience in senior
assignments in the Organization. Experience in handling complex organizational issues at the international level.


Languages
English and French are the working languages of the UN Secretariat. Fluency in both English and French is
required; knowledge of other official languages is an asset.


Other Skills

Comprehensive knowledge of UN policies, procedures and operations is required. Proficiency in the use of
information technology tools for financial analysis and monitoring is desirable.



E-mail: staffing@un.org,

Fax: 1-917-367-0524

				
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