UNICEF Job Circular July 2016 has been proudly announced by UNICEF Bangladesh today. Find out more on UNICEF Bangladesh Website.
Under the overall guidance of the Chief, Heath Section accountable for the development, design, planning, implementation and management of the overall Maternal, Newborn, Child and Adolescent Health programme of the country programme. As head of MNCH cluster lead and supervise a group of professional and support staff and assist Chief, Health Section to develop and administer the sectoral and/or inter-sectoral programmes with a view to integrating gender equality across all aspects of the country programme. UNICEF Job Circular July 2016
They are looking for smart, enthusiastic, target oriented and hard working team members to fill the following position for immediate appointment:
-Planning & Monitoring Officer- NOB- 6 posts for six district.
Duty Station: Barisal, Chittagong, Rangpur, Khulna, Mymensingh & Sylhet
-Programme Officer- NOB- 2 posts for 2 district.
Duty Station: Rajshahi & Cox’s Bazar
-Programme Officer- NOA- 5 posts for 5 district.
Duty Station: Barisal, Rangpur, Khulna, Mymensingh & Sylhet
Educational requirements: Please see the detailed job description.
Work Experience: Please see the detailed job description.
Language Proficiency: Fluency in English and Bangla.
Application Procedure: Candidates meeting the above requirements should email Application along with UN Personal History Form P11 to:
Application Deadline: 10 August 2016
Number of Positions: 13
Job Location: All over Bangladesh.
UNICEF Job Circular July 2016
Only short listed candidates will be invited for interview.
Over the past decade and a half, Bangladesh has made impressive gains in key human development indicators. Major challenges inn development do, however, remain. More than 63 million people live below the poverty line, the constant threat of extreme weather events – natural and man-made – the uncertain impact of globalization and an increasingly competitive international trade environment impede higher growth rates. Find out more on UNICEF Bangladesh Website.