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Programme Officer Jobs in Delhi - UNDP

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Last Date to Apply: 18-04-2019
Programme Officer - Job Details Date of Posting: 12-04-2019

Programme Officer Job vacancies in United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)

Qualification :  Post graduate / Master’s degree in Social Sciences, Development Studies or related field; 

Experience:

Minimum 4-6 years of relevant experience at the national or international level in research, development studies, economic studies;

Experience of working with academia / think tanks / research institutions and such will be preferred;

Hands on experience on economic and social development issues (policy and strategic) will be preferred;

Experience in the usage of computers and office software packages, (MS Word, Excel, and Power Point, etc.). Advanced knowledge of spread sheet, database and research packages will be an asset;

Familiarity with the working environment and professional standards of international organizations and national and state governments;

High quality reports and knowledge products (samples may be requested as reference).

Willingness to travel.

Experience: 

Languages : English, Hindi

Location New Delhi, INDIA

Remuneration package is INR 115,741 per month (taxable).

Competencies : 

Demonstrates/safeguards ethics and integrity; 

Demonstrates corporate knowledge and sound judgment;

Acts as a team player and facilitates team work;

Facilitates and encourages open communication in the team, communicating effectively

Manages conflict;

Demonstrates openness to change and ability to manage complex situations.


How To Apply ForProgramme Officer Job vacancies in United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)

Candidates should Apply Online. Application Deadline : 18/04/2019



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