HR Performance and Career Development Specialist, Talent Management Branch, Division for Human Resources, New York, P-4

Level: P-4
Contract Type: Fixed Term Appointment
Closing date: 11 January 2019 - 5:00pm(New York time)
Duty station: New York, New York
Job ID: 19783

UNFPA delivers a world where every pregnancy is wanted, every birth is safe, and every young person's potential is fulfilled. UNFPA’s goal is to achieve universal access to sexual and reproductive health, realize reproductive rights, and reduce maternal mortality to accelerate progress on the ICPD agenda, to improve the lives of adolescents and youth, and women, enabled by population dynamics, human rights, and gender equality.  

 The post of Performance and Career Development Specialist is located in the Talent Management Branch of the Division for Human Resources (DHR) in New York.  The Performance and Career Development Specialist reports to the Chief, Talent Management. 

Education and Experience

An advanced degree in Human Resources, Business Administration, Training, Organisational Development, Psychology, ICT, Education or other relevant social sciences. 

Seven years of relevant progressively responsible experience,  some of which should be  at the international level; 

Demonstrated professional competence and success in the delivery of innovative and cost-effective service delivery and the application of performance management and career development in a complex multicultural environment;

Ability to communicate clearly and concisely;

Proven skills in facilitation and presentation.

Initiative, strong conceptual abilities, sound judgment, ability to multi-task, robust drafting ability, resilience and an interest in development work.

Fluency in English is required. Working knowledge of another official UN language is desirable.

We are no longer accepting applications for this position.

United States of America
Population : 329.1 mil
Fertility rate
Maternal Mortality Ratio
Contraceptives prevalence rate
Population aged 10-24
Youth secondary school enrollment
Boys 92%
Girls 92%