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Programme Analyst, Social Inclusion and Equity Unit (SIEU), UNDP Viet Nam


Grade: NOB
Contract type: Local Fixed-Term Appointment (FTA)
Duration: 1-year with possibility of extension
The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) is looking for highly qualified and experienced candidates for the position of Programme Analyst, Social Inclusion and Equity Unit (SIEU), level NOB


Deadline for submissions: By 05 November 2016


Partnership Specialist (Job ID 6325)


Grade: NOC
Contract type: Local Fixed-Term Appointment (FTA)
Duration: 1-year with possibility of extension

Deadline by submissions: By 28 October 2016 (Midnight New York, USA)


Monitoring and Reporting Officer


- Support planning, implementation, monitoring and reporting of office projects including development and regular update/review of project monitoring tools and ensure the principles of Results-Based Management (RBM) are present at all stages;
- Provision of regular update and input in the evaluation and monitoring of project activities, to assess overall project implementation with respect to project objectives, outputs and indicators;
- Coordinate, review and finalize the collection of input and information from the sectors on activities, projects and programmes for the completion of all periodical reports, regulated and requested by the Government, donors and UNESCO;
- Coordinate UNESCO inputs and responses to requests pertaining to UN Country Team (UNCT), Joint Programming Groups, Results-based Management Working Group and other One UN-related issues;
- Ensure compliance of Office projects with the One Plan 2012-2016, the One Strategic Plan 2017-2021, the UNESCO Country Programming Document for Viet Nam and the Memorandum of Understanding 2016-2020.

Deadline for submissions: COB 28 Oct 2016


National Culture Specialist


• Participate in the conceptualization, design, planning, development, coordination, monitoring and implementation of Ha Noi Office’s Culture strategies and corresponding programmes, projects and activities. Identify entry points for culture and focus on areas within national priorities, and propose alignment of the latter with Culture priorities, at the national and regional levels, particularly for the promotion, preservation and safeguarding of tangible, intangible and movable heritage, as well as the promotion of the diversity of cultural expressions. Ensure programme alignment with the One Strategic Plan 2017-2021 and the 2030 Agenda for sustainable development building on the Culture-related entry points in the framework of the social, economic and environmental dimensions of sustainable development. Ensure global priority on gender equality is mainstreamed in CLT Sector activities where possible;

• Identify and develop both internal and external collaborative project proposals based on needs; Conduct feasibility studies and draft reports; Mobilize extra budgetary resources to support sector-wide planning, assessment and management in line with country policy priorities and UNESCO’s overall resources mobilization strategies, by preparing project proposals and cooperation frameworks with the national government and donor agencies and by engaging in fundraising activities

• Research, recommend and contribute to the development and expansion of a knowledge base on the particular area(s)/theme(s) of assignment, ensuring regular contributions to web and printed content. Prepare data on Culture programme activities including technical articles and communication material and ensure its dissemination to colleagues, peers and stakeholders via the Ha Noi Office’s website, newsletters, National Commission and other national organizations and the media;

Provide technical advice/assistance and contribute to provision of policy advice the Government of Viet Nam to uphold the role of culture as a vector for national development and contribute to development of national cultural policies. Respond to national priorities with informed solutions.

Deadline for submissions: COB 28 October 2016


National Culture Programme Officer


1. Coordinate the adequate planning, implementation, and follow up of activities of the assigned programs/projects. Prepare and update the corresponding work plans. Keep informed of and apply updated finance and administrative procedures while carrying out the work.
2. Maintain close collaboration with the corresponding counterparts including national and local authorities, national and international organizations and experts as needed, giving special attention to cooperation with other UN agencies.
3. Provide technical and administrative backstopping to the relevant counterparts on implementing UNESCO supported programs/projects including providing technical inputs, policy advice, and coordination between stakeholders.
4. Participate in monitoring, reporting and evaluation of the programs/projects; ensure compliance with Results Based Management.
5. Contribute to the formulation and preparation of project proposals, work plans, and strategy documents; contribute to the UNESCO Culture programmes/projects’ alignment with the One Strategic Plan 2017-2021.
6. Provide field level supervision undertaking necessary missions and preparing mission reports.
7. Coordinate assistance provided by consultants, review products and participate in their performance evaluation.
8. Carry out research to support program/project activities in the area of World Heritage management, creative industry development and culturally appropriate programming;
9. Be an active member in and provide support to the UN Joint Programming Groups as needed, and to sector working groups and other relevant technical working groups;
10. Provide inputs for Website, press releases, speeches, presentations, and reports.
11. Work in liaison with the UNESCO HQ in Paris, the UNESCO Bangkok’s Culture and relevant UNESCO institutes, as and when required;

Deadline for submissions: COB 28 October 2016


Interns for ENHANCE project, ILO Country Office for Viet Nam

The technical cooperation project namely "Technical Support for Enhancing National Capacity to Prevent and Reduce Child Labour in Viet Nam" (ENHANCE) is funded by the United States Department of Labour (USDOL), through ILO, to support Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs of Vietnam (MOLISA) to address the issue of child labour. The project will be implemented for the period of 2015-2019.

Deadline for submissions: 25th October 2016


IOM Procurement Assistant

Position Title: Procurement Assistant


Duty Station: HCMC, Vietnam

Classification: General Service Staff, Grade 4

Type of Appointment: Fixed term, one year with possibility of extension

Estimated Start Date: As soon as possible

Deadline for submissions: October 25, 2016


UNWomen: Administrative Intern

UN Women, grounded in the vision of equality enshrined in the Charter of the United Nations, works for the elimination of discrimination against women and girls; the empowerment of women; and the achievement of equality between women and men as partners and beneficiaries of development, human rights, humanitarian action and peace and security.


Deadline for submissions: 5.00 PM (Hanoi time, GMT+7) on 8th April 2016.


Project Component Accountant


The project “Conservation of Critical Wetland Protected Areas and Linked Landscapes’ (Wetland Project) is a four- year project (2015-2018) funded by the Global Environmental Facility (GEF) through UNDP. The project will provide technical support to the Government of Vietnam in establishing new wetland protected areas, developing institutional and organizational capacity for effective wetland operation and management to reduce threats to biodiversity and linked landscapes among wetland areas.

Deadline for submissions: 17.00, Saturday, February 27, 2016, (Ha Noi time, working hour)


The UNESCO in Viet Nam is updating its roster of experts/ consultants for short-term (temporary) assignments in Viet Nam

UNESCO Viet Nam is updating its short and long-term national and international consultant roster. Interested candidates are invited to present their CVs, indicating relevant education, experience and references. Candidates should possess proven experience and knowledge in the following areas:

Deadline for submissions: Open