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Programme Assistant GS-5, Fixed Term, Dili, Timor-Leste #90965 (open for Timorese Nationals only) Timor-Leste
UNICEF Timor-Leste is seeking for a qualified Programme Assistant supports SPME and Communication section by carrying out a range of procedural, administrative, and operational tasks, to help develop, implement and monitor their country programme, ensuring timely and effective delivery that is consistent with UNICEF rules and regulations.
Internship - Public and Private Partnerships, UNICEF Thailand Country Office, Bangkok, Job No #572347 Thailand
The Public and Private Partnerships team of UNICEF Thailand Country Office is seeking a qualified intern to support the team in programmatic and partnership-building work. The mandate of the team is to promote respect and support for children’s rights by the private sector partners and public sector partners. Within UNICEF Thailand, the team sits with the Front Office and reports to the Representative with matrix reporting to the Deputy Representative. The intern is expected to contribute to initiatives that can promote child rights among business stakeholders such as Family-Friendly Policies and Practices in workplaces, youth employability, child rights in the digital environment, and others. The intern will also contribute to the development of partnership strategies with the private sector and public partner/donors by conducting research and producing preliminary analysis related to child rights and business and international development cooperation in Thailand. The intern will play an important role in ensuring the smooth operations of the team by supporting tasks such as event organization, meeting coordination, proofreading, translation, drafting documents, taking notes, etc. Through this internship, the intern will gain knowledge and experience in promoting business and children’s rights in the private sector and the international development community. The intern will also gain transferrable skills for working in a United Nations organization. The Public-Private Partnerships and Advocacy specialist will provide the necessary supervision and guidance. The Corporate Alliances Officer will also provide support and guidance on the daily tasks assigned.
Health Manager (NOD), FT, Port Sudan, Sudan (open to Sudanese nationals only) Sudan
UNICEF will play a vital role in health system strengthening in Sudan by focusing on enhancing the capacity of the country to deliver equitable and sustainable health services, particularly for children, mothers, and vulnerable populations. UNICEF will collaborate closely with Sduan’s government, civil society, and other partners to improve health policies, plan and budgets that are evidence-based and equity-focused. The HSS programme will focus on strengthening various components of the health system, including service delivery, workforce development, supply chain management, health information systems, and financing. UNICEF's interventions will not only address immediate health needs but also will also aim at strengthening resilience of the health system in the face of withstanding emergencies and crises. By advocating for the rights of every child to access quality health care, UNICEF will contribute significantly to reducing mortality and morbidity rates among the most marginalized communities, ensuring a healthier future for all children. The primary purpose of this job is to develop, implement, and oversee strategies aimed at improving the overall effectiveness, efficiency, and resilience of the health system. By focusing on enhancing the capacity of healthcare facilities, the workforce, information systems, supply chain management, and governance, the manager plays a critical role in ensuring that the health system can meet the current and future health needs of Sudan’s population. Under the direct supervision of the Chief of Health, the HSS Programme Manager will be responsible for the overall management of the Programme and will have frequent visit to the different site of the programme, The Programme Manager will collaborate with different chiefs and manager to ensure the programme is in alignment to UNICEF rules and regulations.
Health Manager (Immunization) (P-4), FT, Port Sudan, Sudan (open to non-Sudanese nationals only) Sudan
The Health Manager (Immunization) reports to the Chief of Health for general guidance and supervision. S/He is responsible for supporting the Chief in managing the health section and leading the management, implementation, monitoring, evaluation, and reporting of the health programme, with primary focus on Immunization, including e.g gender, maternal, neonatal, child survival/development) within the country programme. S/He provides technical guidance and operational support throughout the programming process to facilitate the achievement of concrete and sustainable results, according to plans, allocation, results based-management approaches and methodology (RBM), organizational Strategic Plans and goals, standards of performance, and accountability framework
Child Protection Manager (P-4), FT, Port Sudan, Sudan (Open to non-Sudanese nationals only) Sudan
The Child Protection Specialist – Team Leader for Darfur reports to the Western Area Team Leader, covering the five Darfur States, with dotted lines to Chief, Child Protection for general guidance and direction. The Child Protection Specialist contributes to the achievement of child protection results across the Darfur region, according to plans, allocation, results based-management approaches and methodology (RBM), and UNICEF’s Strategic Plans, standards of performance and accountability framework. The Child Protection Specialist – Team Leader is responsible for managing and supervising all stages of child protection programs/projects in the Western Area (five Darfur States) from strategic planning and formulation to delivery of concrete and sustainable contributions to national efforts to create a protective environment for children against all harm and to protect their rights to survival, development and well-being, as established under the Convention on the Rights of the Child, international treaties/frameworks and UN intergovernmental bodies.
Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E and Data Manager) (P-4) FT # Port Sudan, Sudan (open to non-Sudanese) Sudan
The Monitoring and Data Manager will be responsible for coordination and functioning of the office wide Information Management Hub, facilitate strengthening quality and reach of UNICEF Sudan HPM system, lead cross-sectoral data collection and analysis across the office by working closely with monitoring and IM specialists in the PME section, sections' monitoring/data focal points and Cluster Information Management officers and ensure technical coordination of field monitoring, including the management of third-party monitoring institutions. S/He will ensure strong linkage and coherence with Clusters/Sectors and interagency monitoring frameworks, promoting harmonization of systems and solutions and support efficiency.
Nutrition Manager, (P-4), FT, Kassala, Sudan (open for non-Sudanese nationals only) Sudan
The Nutrition Manager supports the Chief in managing the section, contributing to innovation and knowledge management. S/He is responsible for developing, preparing and managing complex, key and integrated nutrition programmes. Given the unique situation Sudan is in, the nutrition manager leads the design of a novel approach to develop context specific package of humanitarian prevention interventions. Among the contexts are IDPs integrated within host communities, IDPs in camp like setting or in a gathering point, urban population as well as population across conflict lines. The Nutrition Manager provides authoritative technical guidance and management support throughout the programming processes to facilitate the administration and achievement of concrete and sustainable results in maternal, infant and child nutrition programmes/projects. This is carried out according to plans, allocation, results based-management approaches and methodology (RBM), as well as UNICEF’s Strategic Plans, standards of performance, and accountability framework. The nutrition manager ensures compliance of preventions interventions with the UNICEF Core Commitments for Children in humanitarian action (CCCs).
Supply and Logistics Manager (P-4), FT, Port Sudan – Sudan, (open to non-Sudanese nationals only) Sudan
Under the direct supervision of the Chief of Supply and Logistics, the incumbent of this post will support the Government of Sudan to build their capacity for strategy development, planning and budgeting and coordination with other stakeholders to strengthen systems that improve the quality of care for women and children. This will include the management of equipment and supplies of a complex nature with significant impact on programme delivery, services, supply and logistics, processes and systems, requiring advanced professional technical mastery and expertise in support of operations and programme objectives. This requires coordinated functions with relevant Section Chiefs, Chief of Supply and UNICEF Supply Division in Copenhagen Denmark. S/he will support the county health management teams (CHMTs) by building their capacity for strategy development, planning and budgeting and coordinate with the county health department to strengthen health system support for improved quality of care at health facilities and in the community.
Programme Manager, (NOD), FT, Port Sudan, Sudan (open to Sudanese nationals only) Sudan
The Programme Coordinator, who reports to the Chief of Field Office for the West Area Team, will coordinate technical programming (health and nutrition, education, child protection, WASH, social policy) in coordination with technical programme section Chiefs in the country office. Among other things, he/she will oversee coordinated assessments, planning and implementation and well as ensuring coherence in terms of the triple nexus including work on resilience and social cohesion. The role will also include advancing work on accountability, including to affected populations, partnership development and supporting advocacy and communication. The post will be based in Port Sudan with frequent missions to Darfur and Chad.
Gender Programme Manager, (P-4) FT, Port Sudan, Sudan (open to non-Sudanese nationals only) Sudan
The role of the Gender Programme Manager is primarily technical and programmatic, with the normative advocacy and coordination roles serving as a secondary function. The Specialist provides authoritative technical guidance/operational support throughout all stages of programming to facilitate the management and delivery of results contributing to gender equality in alignment with the Gender Action Plan. S/he supports the development, implementation, and monitoring of high quality gender programming across sectors in alignment with the Gender Action Plan. S/he 1) supports senior programme colleagues and management of the Country Office to advance one or more of the four Targeted Gender Priorities in the Gender Action Plan with support from the Regional Gender Adviser. S/he also plays a role in working with one or more of the 7 UNICEF sectors to mainstream gender by prioritizing key gender results within the sector(s) with a strong gender relevance; 2) leads cross-sectional collaboration and coordination on key programmatic results on gender, ensuring coherence, maximization of synergies and efficiency in utilization of resources and delivery of results; 3) works with programme colleagues and management so that gender results are effectively defined, measured, and reported, and high quality assessment, research, evidence generation and evaluation on gender programming is undertaken and utilized, including through the application of the MoRES framework and effective theories of change; 4) Supports/leads effective review, assessment, planning, capacity building, and knowledge management on gender; 5) Supports the assessment and identification of gender needs for emergency preparedness and response, and provides gender relevant guidance and technical input on emergency programming.
Programme Manager (NOD), FT, Port Sudan – Sudan (open to Sudanese nationals only) Sudan
Under the guidance of the Representative, the Programme Manager will be accountable for overall programme, planning, design, implementation and administration of all programme priorities within the Country Programme Document and Country Programme Management Plan.
WASH Specialist (Emergencies), P-3, Maputo, Mozambique #128786- Temporary Appointment - 364 days Mozambique
A challenging and exciting opportunity has arisen within UNICEF Mozambique's Maputo Office for a passionate and committed WASH Specialist (Emergencies), P-3 level, Temporary Appointment for 364 days (Open to non-Mozambican nationals). The WASH Specialist (Emergency) P3 level reports to the WASH Manager (Emergency) P4 level for general guidance and direction. The specialist supports the Manager in managing the WASH in Emergency output program in the country, especially for response to natural disaster and epidemics, as well as Disaster Risk Reduction which include preparedness and resilience building. The specialist provides support for the development, preparation, management, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of the WASH in Emergency programme within the country programme. The specialist provides technical guidance and management support throughout the programming processes, to ensure the achievement of the WASH in Emergency related output results in the country programme.
Senior Supply Associate, Fixed Term, GS-7, Islamabad, Pakistan # 13216 Pakistan
Are you an experienced and reliable Supply professional looking for a new opportunity in Islamabad? Look no further! Join our dynamic team and become an essential part of our UNICEF Islamabad Office. We are seeking a skilled Supply professional with a strong knowledge of Supply Chain Management. If you are dedicated, punctual, and committed, we want to hear from you! Take the wheel of your future – apply now!
Humanitarian Affairs Specialist (Access and Civil-military Coordination) (P-4), FT, Port Sudan, Sudan (open to non-Sudanese nationals only) Sudan
Under the general guidance of the Chief of Field Operations and Emergency, responsible to lead and support Sudan Country Office’s efforts to establish, sustain and improve the quality of humanitarian access to children in regular and hard-to-reach areas. The Specialist reports to the Chief Field Operations and Emergency who is at P5 level. To provide technical assistance, implementation support, and capacity building to UNICEF Sudan CO/FO staff across functional profiles on humanitarian access/Civil-miIitary and related issues, in line with the Core Commitments for Children in Humanitarian Action (CCCs), UNICEF Emergency Procedures, and other UNICEF and interagency policy and guidance, and in collaboration with HPS/CHTE EMOPS team. Help development of Sudan CO access strategy, engagement guidelines, implementation of FO action plans, actor mapping and other policy related documents. Special emphasis will be on humanitarian access & civil military support to Darfur and Kordofan field offices and partners operating in hard-to-reach areas and areas with severe access constraints, or emergency situations with significant shrinking of the humanitarian space and access.
Human Resources Associate, (G-6), Croatia, Zagreb#102977 Croatia
Under the close supervision and guidance of the Operations Manager, the Human Resources Associate provides administrative, procedural and operational support and assistance to the efficient implementation of a broad range of Human Resources functions for all categories of staff in his/her office, ensuring accurate and timely delivery that is in compliance with UNICEF HR rules and regulations.
Innovation Specialist (BlockChain), (P-3), Office of Innovation, Stockholm, Sweden, #128785 Temporary Appointment (364 days) Sweden
UNICEF's Office of Innovation (OOI) is seeking a Blockchain Lead to drive technical and strategic coordination for Blockchain-related activities within the Ventures team and beyond.
Nutrition Officer, NO1, Guatemala City, Guatemala, LACRO #121129, Guatemala
Join us as the next Nutrition Officer for UNICEF Guatemala! If selected you will provide professional technical, operational, and administrative assistance throughout the programming process for the nutrition programmes and projects.
Acuerdo de Larga Duración (LTA) para Diseño Gráfico. Guatemala/LAC-RO. 24 meses. Guatemala
UNICEF desea contar los servicios de diseñadores/as para fortalecer su capacidad de producción de contenido, comunicación y abogacía de manera creativa e impactante en el marco de sus lineamientos de manejo de imagen de marca.
Consultoría en Género y Desarrollo - Facilitación de la capacitación a 100 mentoras para el trabajo con adolescentes mujeres, Perú-Lima, LACRO/90 días Peru
Desarrollar capacidades en 100 mentoras para que desarrollen 8 sesiones de mentoría con adolescentes mujeres.
SSRRE 2025-2026: NYHQ, Programme Group, Director, D-2, Child Nutrition and Development United States
The Director leads the Child Nutrition and Development section which also anchors the early childhood development team. The Director, Child Nutrition and Development will provide global thought leadership, strategic vision and technical guidance to UNICEF’s programming for child nutrition and development, in support of UNICEF’s SDG commitments.

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