UNOPS mission is to serve people in need by expanding the ability of the United Nations, governments and other partners to manage projects, infrastructure and procurement in a sustainable and efficient manner. To ensure more effective support and oversight of ongoing projects/programmes and facilitate the development of new projects/programmes, UNOPS established its Cambodia Office in early 2013. This Office oversees a regional portfolio that includes a multi-donor funded project to support the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (ECCC), the GFATM funded programme to help contain and eliminate malaria in Cambodia and the Scaling Up Nutrition Initiatives in LAO PDR.
UNOPS is in the process of expanding its operations in Asia in close cooperation with our Development Partners and other UN Agencies. We are currently seeking a motivated expert for the position of Operations Specialist for an upcoming exciting opportunity in the ASEAN region.
Additionally, UNOPS Cambodia offers three internship opportunities for students to gain practical experience working in a United Nations organization.
|Operations Specialist||LICA-7||Phnom Penh||21-Apr-14|
|Business Intelligence and Strategy Analyst (Intern)||Other||Phnom Penh||28-Apr-14|
|Project Development and Communications Analyst (Intern)||Other||Phnom Penh||28-Apr-14|
|Graphic Designer and Desktop Publisher (Intern)||Other||Phnom Penh||28-Apr-14|
Interested and qualified applicants are requested to apply via the UNOPS Global Personnel Recruitment System (GPRS) https://gprs.unops.org/pages/viewvacancy/VAListing.aspx
More information about the positions and the application process can also be found on www.unops.org
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted to participate in the recruitment process.
UNOPS, Phnom Penh Center’s 6th Floor, Room # 628, Corner of Sihanouk and SothearosBlvds., 12301 Phnom Penh, Cambodia
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