Individual Consultant-State Project Coordinator (SPC) Job vacancies in United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)
Qualification : Post Graduate degree in? Business management, Rural Development, Project Management, Banking, Finance, Economics, Entrepreneurship Promotion, Capacity Building, Organizational Behavior, Public Administration, Communications,? HRfrom? recognized university.
Additional Qualification(s) in Project Management, Banking will be an added advantage.
Minimum experience of 10 years in development sector, preferably with 2 years in leading projects of similar nature.
Experience of having worked in Banks, MFIs, NBFC would be an added advantage.
Having cleared CAIIB Part-1 and/or Part-2 will be an added advantage.
Relevant experience of working in Madhya Pradesh would be added advantage.
Relevant experience of working with any state government would be added advantage.
Languages : English
Displays cultural, gender, religion, race, nationality and age sensitivity and adaptability;
Demonstrates integrity and ethical standards.
Excellent writing and oral skills in English and Hindi.;
Should be competent in use of computers/laptops.
Well conversant in use of internet, email, Word, Power Point, Excel is essential.
Knowledge of SPSS & any other statistical tools will be an added advantage.
How To Apply ForIndividual Consultant-State Project Coordinator (SPC) Job vacancies in United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)
Candidates should Apply Online. Application Deadline : 06-May-19
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