NATIONAL POST: Programme Associate, Honduras

Level: G-6
Contract Type: Fixed Term Appointment
Closing date: 12 March 2018 - 5:00pm (New York time)
Duty station: Tegucigalpa, Honduras
Job ID: 14757

Job Summary 

ORGANIZATIONAL LOCATION

The Programme Associate is located in Country Offices (CO) and reports to the Assistant Representative. 

JOB SETTING:

The Programme Associate supports the design, planning and management of UNFPA’s country programme by providing and managing data inputs, providing logistical support, monitoring project implementation and following up on recommendations. The Programme Associate applies established systems and procedures and assists in the creation of substantive knowledge by compiling, synthesizing and analyzing information relevant to financial and programmatic issues.. S/he is instrumental in facilitating programme/ project implementation using and developing appropriate mechanisms and systems and ensuring compliance with established procedures.

Education: 

Completed secondary level education required. First level university degree in project administration desirable.

Knowledge and Experience:

  • 6 years of relevant experience in programme/project management
  • Proficiency in current office software applications and corporate IT systems.
  • Experience of UN administrative procedures desirable, and the ability to interpret rules, procedures and regulations clearly and concisely essential
  • Initiative, strong conceptual and analytical abilities, sound judgment, strong interest in development work, especially the mission for the United Nations Population Fund and dedication to the principles of the United Nations desirable
  • Experience of UN administrative procedures desirable.

Languages:

Fluency in oral and written English essential required.

We are no longer accepting applications for this position.

Honduras
Population : 9.3 mil
Fertility rate
2.4
Maternal Mortality Ratio
129
Contraceptives prevalence rate
73
Population aged 10-24
32%
Youth secondary school enrollment
Boys 46%
Girls 53%