Switzerland: Associate MADE51 Initiative Officer

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Mar 232018

Organization: UN High Commissioner for Refugees
Country: Switzerland
Closing date: 02 Apr 2018


Wherever refugees flee, they carry with them their traditions and culture, the skills, knowledge and craftsmanship that unite and define a people or a culture. From the skilled leatherworking of the Tuareg in Burkina Faso to the fine embroidery of the Syrians in Lebanon, refugees possess a wide range of skills and talents.

UNHCR has launched MADE51 – Market Access, Design and Empowerment for refugee artisans. MADE51 is a new joint collaborative initiative, convened by UNHCR, to bring market access to refugee artisans. In the MADE51 model, UNHCR partners with local social enterprises in the field and together with refugee artisans, they develop an export-ready, market oriented product line. Through engagement with Strategic Partners who provide their expertise in key technical areas, MADE51 provides increased market access and export readiness to the local social enterprises and, in turn, to refugee artisans.

By modernizing traditional skills, building new business skills, partnering with social enterprises, and linking with retail brands and buyers who can source and support the product lines, MADE51 can connect refugee -made artisanal products with international markets where they are in demand.


Under the direct supervision of the MADE51 Initiative Manager, the Associate MADE51 Initiative Officer provides administrative support and coordination, organization and communication functions in order to establish a strong operational framework and organized systems for MADE51 including:

  • Administration and Network Coordination:

  • Provide information sharing and support to UNHCR field offices involved in MADE51 in project design, seed funding, communications and document best practices;

  • Coordinate with MADE51 Local Social Enterprises (LSE), including in the development of LSE network. Plan and coordinate for UNHCR offices and LSE partners exchange experiences and network through an organized platform;

  • Coordinate the recruitment process for new Strategic Partners to MADE51. Assist to coordinate among strategic partners and the inputs they provide in MADE51

  • Contribute to the MADE51 ethical compliance process and tools development.

  • Research and gather information in order to strengthen activities and practices within the MADE51 operational framework.

  • Coordinate the tools and toolkit development in order to ensure consistent information gathering and shared impact with technical partners.

  • Marketing and communications:

    • Write and edit content needed for communications activities and presentations, including storytelling, web copy, news stories, marketing materials, as well as messaging to stakeholders.
  • Organize database and coordinate the outreach and response to potential buyers. Send out catalogues and other marketing information and connect with LSE partners for order placement.

  • Manage the MADE51 website and follow-up on all queries through the website and add to database. Provide support on social media platforms.

  • Provide overall support towards the MADE51 marketing platform and associated activities, including the participation in MADE51 marketing activities and events, as needed.

  • Reporting and monitoring:

  • Support the MADE51 Initiative team and field offices to align the monitoring framework with MADE51 objectives and work plans.

  • Support the development of project funding submissions including draft concept notes, funding proposals, updates on activities and reports to donors.

  • As needed, layout storytelling documents and reports using basic graphic design software

  • Support in other areas according to the MADE51 work plan and new opportunities that may arise.

  • Conduct other activities as required by the MADE51 Initiative Manager and/or the Livelihoods team


  • Regular communication and check with the MADE51 Initiative Manager

  • Consistent, high quality artisan programming; documented learnings from field operations

  • Expanded network of partners and stakeholders working as a MADE51 partner;

  • UNHCR lead MADE51’s Community of Practice

  • UNHCR assisted to gain support in external events related to refugee artisans



  • Graduate degree in Business Administration, Social Science, Economics, International Relations or related field, or university degree with equivalent work experience.

Work Experience:

  • A minimum of 4 years of previous work experience relevant to the function.

  • Previous working experience with organizational skills and project coordination experience, as well and information management practices is desirable.

  • Demonstrable interpersonal, networking and analytical experience.

  • Experience in monitoring and evaluation desired as well as remote support.

  • Previous experience working with UNHCR a plus.


  • Good knowledge of the UN system, its operational procedures and exposure to provision of support services in an International Organization.
  • Training and coaching skills/facilitation of learning, and in particular of Human-Centred-Design
  • Excellent computer skills and knowledge of MS applications, including advanced Excel skills (pivot tables, functions, etc.)

How to apply:

Interested applicants should submit the required documents listed below by e-mail to indicating “**Associate MADE51 Initiative** Officer” DRS/2018/001 in the subject of the email latest 2 April 2018.

  • Letter of motivation, addressing each of the personal requirements in the vacancy notice;

  • Completed UN Personal History Form (P11) signed, including testimonials/degrees/certificates.

  • The UN personal History Form is mandatory;

  • P 11 forms are available on

  • All application received without a P 11 will not be considered

Geneva, 20 March 2018

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Switzerland: Associate Solutions Officer

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Mar 232018

Organization: UN High Commissioner for Refugees
Country: Switzerland
Closing date: 02 Apr 2018


The scale and complexity of today’s displacement is exacerbated by a combination of armed conflict, violence, insecurity and human rights abuses, which continue to pose serious protection challenges to more than 65 million people. At the same time, unprecedented numbers of people are on the move, influenced by the quest for economic opportunities and social inclusion in developed countries.

Yet, displacement crises have also given impetus to positive developments. The already solid involvement of NGOs in support of refugees has gained additional stimulus and has been diversified by the emergence of new local actors. Many cities and municipalities have developed creative and innovative social cohesion and integration schemes. At the same time, there has been increased recognition that refugees and internally displaced people can contribute to local economies, if access to the labour market is facilitated and barriers to inclusion removed. Significantly, international financial institutions are exploring innovative financial instruments for engagement in displacement situations, including the World Bank IDA 18 sub-window for refugees and host communities and the Global Concessional Financing Facility for refugee emergencies in middle-income countries.

In particular, the adoption of the New York Declaration in September 2016 has ushered in a new era of collaboration for UNHCR and partners. Focused attention is being given to enhancing national ownership in order to oversee comprehensive refugee responses. Twelve roll-out countries are now seeking to apply the Comprehensive Refugee Response Framework model foreseen under the NY Declaration, drawing upon new thinking at the national level on ways to enhance the predictability, level and type of aid given to both refugees and local communities. UNHCR has been given a clear mandate by the UN General Assembly to guide this process, as well as to present a proposal for a global compact on refugees in 2018.

In parallel, UNHCR is building a multi-year perspective in its planning and budgetary processes, which is vital to support planning for inclusion and solutions and for our ability to work with development actors. Launched in 2016 in six operations, the Multi-Year Multi-Partner (MYMP) approach has progressively enabled UNHCR to engage in longer-term strategic planning with partners, and in 2017 the MYMP approach entered a sequenced phase of institutionalization and was operationalized in 22 countries.

At the same time, significant internal restructuring has taken place to ensure UNHCR is better equipped to occupy new strategic spaces, seize political opportunities as they emerge, and ultimately, expand and diversify solutions for refugees and other forcibly displaced people in coordination with key partners. As a result, a dedicated Division of Resilience and Solutions (DRS) was created in February 2018 at UNHCR Headquarters.

The Division of Resilience and Solutions will facilitate the institutional shift in orientation towards solutions in a number of ways:

  • Support the integration of multi-year solutions strategies into country operations planning that reflect the unique characteristics and opportunities for inclusion and self-reliance in different contexts and regions;

  • Establish new partnerships and modes of collaboration among development agencies, international financial institutions, private sector partnerships, advocacy groups to highlight the plight of UNHCR’s people of concern; promote inclusion into national development systems and planning, and more effectively advocate for the rights of refugees and the benefits of social and economic inclusion;

  • Ensure strategic cohesion, support, and buy-in across UNHCR bureaux, divisions and field operations for a stronger solutions orientation in the delivery of protection and assistance that promotes the restoration of rights and greater resilience among populations of concern.


Under the direct supervision of the Head of Solutions Unit, and in coordination with other members of the Solutions Unit, the Associate Solutions Officer will have the following responsibilities:

  • Support the institutionalization of the MYMP approach including

  • Contribute to policy reflections and guidance formulation, as well as reporting and preparation of high level updates;

  • Ensure the completion of the lessons learned exercise through a consolidated report and its contribution for knowledge sharing and eventual revision of the MYMP approach and guidance;

  • Respond to Bureaux and field operations technical requests, including provide support on the alignment of the annual operational plans with the MYMP strategies in all 22 operations;

  • Liaise with UNHCR’s relevant stakeholders (Regional Bureaux, Divisions, and field operations) and participate in the strategic reflections on the MYMP linkages with CRRF, RBM, and other strategic processes;

  • Support the future expansion of the approach to additional operations.

  • Promote the strengthening of UNHCR-World Bank operational partnership, and in particular:

  • Support capacity building processes related to UNHCR’s engagement with the World Bank and other development partners in coordination with different key stakeholders (e.g. Global Learning Centre, WB capacity building focal point);

  • Support specific activities within the framework of the IDA 18 refugee and host community sub-window.

  • Provide general support for the implementation of key development partnerships and agreed work plans and events (e.g. UNDP, EDD).

  • Encourage the implementation of innovative practices and approaches (e.g. Cities of Solidarity) and facilitate field support provided by the Solutions Unit on such initiatives.

  • Contribute to the implementation of the multi-year research on “Longitudinal Evaluation of UNHCR’s Humanitarian-Development Cooperation” funded by the Government of Luxembourg as well as the documentation of solutions best practices globally.

  • Support inter-division/cross-unit efforts to develop the institutional capacity to engage with development partners, expand field operations’ understanding of development issues and the need to ensure proper alignment from the onset of an emergency with our humanitarian responses (e.g. UNDAF/SDGs guidance, development mapping, etc.).

  • Provide programmatic, administrative and human resources support to the Solutions and Livelihoods Units, ensuring:

  • budget management, including resource allocation and transfers;

  • effective monthly financial monitoring;

  • allocation, tracking, and reporting on earmarked contributions;

  • timely response to institutional demands and UNHCR reporting requirements.

  • Provide support on staffing needs at field and HQs level (JICA/Japan secondment, SIDA secondment scheme, Senior Development Officer positions), including drafting ToRs and supporting the selection process for positions with development focus and expertise.

  • Facilitate the timely response to key donors’ requests and inquiries (e.g. bilateral meetings, donor reports, etc.).

  • Coordinate the design and content development of Solutions pages on UNHCR intranet, and ensure the regular update of Livelihoods and Solutions related themes on the platform.

  • Assist in drafting proposals, briefing notes, talking points and provide inputs for strategic documents related to solutions and development issues.

  • Support the Solutions Unit with any additional tasks as needed.


The UNOPS ICA will work under the direct supervision of the Snr Operations Officer (Solutions, Transition and




  • Advanced University Degree (Master’s or equivalent) in Development Studies, Economics, International Relations, or relevant field.

Work Experience:

  • Minimum 2 years of relevant professional experience;

  • Previous academic experience on refugee and migration issues and/or professional experience is an asset.

  • Previous exposure to both humanitarian and development professional contexts is an advantage.


  • Excellent drafting skills, including the ability to research and write accessible, clear documents and reports.

  • Capacity for analytical thinking and adaptability to institutional challenges.

  • Good prioritizing and self-management skills to work both independently and as part of a team.

  • Excellent communication skills, including the ability to communicate and disseminate information effectively and creatively to a broad range of stakeholders.

  • Familiarity with displacement and development related challenges, including understanding of solutions, with a comprehensive and complementary view on existing solutions opportunities as well as capacity to capitalize on innovative approaches.

  • Previous experience with UNHCR programming, including ability to understand and interpret budgetary and statistical data would be an asset.

  • Competency in the use of standard IT packages (word, excel, outlook) as well as proficiency in other data analysis programs and publishing software.

  • Excellent knowledge of English and working knowledge of another UN language.

How to apply:

Interested applicants should submit the required documents listed below by e-mail to indicating “**Associate Solutions Officer”** DRS/2018/003 in the subject of the email latest 2 April 2018.

  • Letter of motivation, addressing each of the personal requirements in the vacancy notice;

  • Completed UN Personal History Form (P11) signed, including testimonials/degrees/certificates.

  • The UN personal History Form is mandatory;

  • P 11 forms are available on

  • All application received without a P 11 will not be considered

Geneva 20 March 2018

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Switzerland: Director (Rules Division)

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Mar 232018

Organization: World Trade Organization
Country: Switzerland
Closing date: 28 Mar 2018

The Secretariat of the WTO is seeking to fill the position of Director of the Rules Division.

General Functions

The incumbent will lead the Rules Division, which is responsible for all matters in the areas of subsidies, contingent trade remedies (anti-dumping, countervailing measures and safeguards), trade-related investment measures, state trading enterprises and trade in civil aircraft including negotiations, dispute settlement, implementation and surveillance and technical assistance. Specific responsibilities will include:

  1. Leading the Division, including defining the strategic objectives of the Division; setting the objectives for, and motivating, a multidisciplinary staff of lawyers, economists, trade specialists and support staff to meet those objectives; providing guidance to staff in carrying out their duties; reviewing the output and performance of the staff; and supporting the development of the knowledge and skills of staff, and ensuring appropriate staff training plans are in place and executed;

  2. Contributing to the goals, objectives and management of the WTO as a senior manager in the organization.

  3. Overseeing the work of the Division in respect of the operation of Committees responsible for implementation and surveillance of the Agreements within the Division’s competence;

  4. Overseeing the work of staff of the Division involved in dispute settlement, and ensuring the efficient management of procedural and organizational aspects of the panel process;

  5. Managing the conduct of negotiations in the Rules area, including through advice to the Chairman of the Rules Negotiating Group and to the Senior Management, support to delegations and to WTO Secretariat senior management;

  6. Building relationships with the Members in order to serve the WTO as appropriate, be it in committee work, negotiations, dispute settlement, or otherwise, while maintaining neutrality and observing the rules of conduct;

  7. Overseeing the participation of the Division in the organization’s extensive technical assistance and training programmes with regard to all matters under the Division’s purview; such oversight extends to the preparation of teaching and training materials to this end, including for practical hands-on training of investigators and further development of e-learning training tools;

  8. Working closely with the Director of the Legal Affairs Division in ensuring consistency in procedures and legal advice given to dispute settlement panels on horizontal/systemic matters;

  9. Coordinating the Division’s work with that of other Divisions, including providing substantive contributions to the work of other Divisions;

  10. Liaising with relevant international organisations, NGOs, and private sector entities, including speaking engagements; and

  11. Representing the WTO Secretariat in various public and academic functions in Geneva and abroad that address issues falling within the purview of the Rules Division.



An advanced university degree in disciplines relevant to the job functions listed above.

Knowledge and Skills:

Technical Knowledge and Skills:

The successful candidate must demonstrate an expert level of knowledge of the WTO system and of legal and economic issues in the areas within the Division’s competence, in international trade law, and the WTO dispute settlement system. He/she must have an excellent knowledge of the goals and objectives of the WTO, including on relevant economic and legal issues. He/she must also possess an expert level of drafting skills in English.

Management Skills:

The Director of the Rules Division must have the skills to guide, empower and motivate a multidisciplinary team of approximately 35 staff members to excel in their jobs. He/she must be able to build a team culture that consistently delivers high-quality results. Excellent demonstrated management and organizational skills (planning and organizing work, managing people and performance, managing resources) are essential.

In addition, the following capabilities are required: ability to interact and work with others in a diverse international setting in a harmonious and effective way; good presentation and communication skills; high level of political awareness and sensitivity; intellectual flexibility including openness to other’s views and ability to find solutions; and good political judgement.

High ethical standards and the ability to ensure adherence by others to established rules of conduct are also required.

Work Experience:

At least fifteen years relevant experience including extensive management experience with broad supervisory responsibilities, in either the public or private sectors, is required. Significant experience with trade remedy investigations will be an asset, as would experience in managing multilateral negotiations.


Fluent knowledge of English is essential, including a demonstrated ability to write accurately, concisely and quickly. A good knowledge of French and/or Spanish would also be an advantage.

How to apply:

Only applications from nationals of WTO Members will be accepted.

The WTO may use various communication technologies such as video or teleconference for the assessment and evaluation of candidates. The recruitment process may also involve the use of various forms of testing, assessment centres, interviews and reference checks.



Please note that all candidates must complete an online application form.

To apply, please visit the WTO’s E-Recruitment website at:

The system provides instructions for online application procedures.

All applicants are encouraged to apply online as soon as possible after the vacancy has
been posted and well before the closing date – Central European Time (CET) –
stated in the vacancy announcement.



The WTO is a non-smoking environment.

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Switzerland: Spécialiste, mise en œuvre de l’Impact par le partenariat auprès du Fonds Mondial

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Mar 142018

Organization: Expertise France
Country: Switzerland
Closing date: 25 Mar 2018

Descriptif du projet :

Mandatée par le ministère français de l’Europe et des Affaires étrangères pour la mise en place de l’assistance technique française, sur financement MEAE, Expertise France recherche Spécialiste, mise en œuvre de l’Impact par le partenariat. Le Fonds mondial cherche en permanence à améliorer son fonctionnement. L’initiative « Impact par le partenariat – Transformation (ITP-T) » a été mise en place afin de réorienter à la fois les procédures opérationnelles internes et externes et les modes de travail afin d’optimiser l’impact et le rapport coût/efficacité des subventions du Fonds mondial. Le cadre de l’ITP-T présente une approche intégrée d’examen des performances et de réponses aux goulots d’étranglement, à la fois au niveau du pays et en interne, en travaillant en collaboration avec les partenaires.

Le spécialiste, mise en œuvre de l’ITP-T , est chargé d’intégrer le cadre de cette initiative dans le fonctionnement courant de l’organisation. Le spécialiste supervise et gère l’exécution de l’ensemble du plan d’intégration, dans les délais impartis et conformément à l’ambition et aux objectifs de l’ITP-T. Au cours de la phase de transition vers un cadre intégré, le spécialiste est également responsable du soutien opérationnel pour les éléments clés du cadre de l’ITP-T, dont les portefeuilles pays et des systèmes organisationnels qui font l’objet d’examen de revue de leur performance.

Descriptif de la mission :

Le spécialiste, mise en œuvre de l’ITP-T, aura les responsabilités suivantes :

Planification du changement

Élaborer un plan complet d’intégration du cadre des partenariats dans le fonctionnement courant de l’organisation, en étroite collaboration avec l’équipe « efficacité opérationnelle »du Département « Solutions et appui pour le portefeuille de subventions » :

· Veiller à ce que les enseignements tirés des projets pilotes et de la phase de conception soient bien connus au niveau de l’organisation et donnent lieu à une participation constructive ;

· Transposer tous les changements nécessaires dans des orientations, des politiques, des processus, des procédures et des mandats ;

· Identifier les interdépendances ;

· Convenir des échéances et des ressources en tenant compte de priorités opérationnelles plus globales, des consultations avec les parties prenantes, des délais de signature et des étapes principales du plan de mise en œuvre de la stratégie.

Coordination du changement

Coordonner l’exécution du plan d’intégration de l’ITP-T en travaillant étroitement avec les équipes, départements ou divisions concernés :

· Suivre les avancées du plan afin d’assurer le respect des délais et des attentes en matière de qualité ;

· Appuyer les responsables des tâches en garantissant la participation des autres équipes, départements et divisions ;

· Coordonner les mises à jour de statut et les contributions des responsables de tâches ;

· Faire état des progrès, des risques et des problèmes au groupe de travail et au groupe commanditaire ;

· Gérer la consultation sur les principaux produits ;

· Travailler avec les responsables des tâches afin de garantir l’orientation nécessaire et les accords de la part du groupe de travail de l’ITP-T, du groupe commanditaire de l’ITP-T et d’autres organes de gouvernance.

· Afin d’assurer le respect des délais de mise en œuvre du plan, en concertation avec le responsable d’équipe « efficacité opérationnelle », assumer le cas échéant, la responsabilité des tâches principales. Cela concerne notamment :

· La réalisation d’analyses de référence ;

· L’élaboration de procédures de référence ; et

· La rédaction de directives, d’exigences politiques, de procédures et de termes de référence actualisés.


Gérer les interdépendances avec les autres projets et initiatives afin de permettre des synergies et un travail collaboratif, à savoir :

· Travailler étroitement avec l’équipe de coordination du changement de la Division « gestion des subventions » et avec les référents d’autres équipes, départements ou divisions afin de comprendre les changements en perspective

· Suivre et gérer de manière proactive les potentielles interdépendances et collaboration.

Enseignements tirés

En étroite collaboration avec les équipes pays et le Département « assistance technique et partenariats », recueillir et communiquer les enseignements tirés de l’examen et du dialogue pays et des réunions du Comité d’examen du portefeuille :

· Concevoir et mettre en œuvre une méthodologie afin de recueillir les commentaires ;

· Gérer l’ensemble de la procédure, y compris les groupes de discussion associés, les enquêtes, etc. ;

· Synthétiser et communiquer les principaux éléments visant une gestion des subventions plus efficace pour plus d’impact.

Mise en place opérationnelle

Apporter un soutien opérationnel sur les éléments clés du cadre de l’ITP-T pendant la phase de transition vers leur intégration dans le fonctionnement courant de l’organisation. Cela comprend la collaboration avec le secrétariat virtuel pour le Comité d’examen de portefeuille, afin de soutenir :

· La planification des examens du portefeuille de pays et de l’organisation ;

· La coordination de la planification de l’examen en rassemblant tous les participants et contributeurs concernés afin de garantir l’alignement entre les équipes, les départements et les divisions sur les problèmes majeurs et les contributions requises ;

· La coordination et la contribution à la préparation des données, de l’analyse et des documents de présentation ;

· La rédaction et la distribution des procès-verbaux des réunions afin de refléter les décisions principales.

Projets pilotes

Élaborer et coordonner les projets pilotes portant sur les éléments en cours de développement du cadre de l’ITP-T :

· Élaborer le champ d’application, les mandats et les objectifs des projets pilotes

· Obtenir un appui et une participation en interne ; et

· Gérer l’ensemble de la procédure, y compris la coordination et l’assistance quotidienne.

Gestion des parties prenantes et communication

Coordonner et gérer la participation et la communication avec les parties prenantes internes et externes :

· Élaborer et maintenir la participation des parties prenantes et le plan de communication ;

· Préparer les rapports et les documents d’information et de présentation ; et

· Assister aux réunions avec les parties prenantes.

Qualifications :

· Excellente maîtrise de l’anglais (courant) et du français. La maîtrise d’autres langues, notamment arabe, chinois, russe ou espagnol serait un atout.

· Compétences exceptionnelles en gestion de projets et gestion du changement

· Capacité d’analyse des données en utilisant Excel ou d’autres outils analytiques, et de présentation de ces dernières sous forme de graphique afin de guider la prise de décision

· Excellente maîtrise de la communication écrite et orale

· Solides compétences de présentation, notamment en travaillant avec PowerPoint

· Expérience en animation d’équipe

· Responsable instaurant une relation de confiance, ayant des expériences professionnelles avec des personnes issues d’horizons différents et à des niveaux hiérarchiques différents

· Raisonnement structuré et critique pour résoudre les problèmes

· Jugement sûr et décisions en temps opportun, en s’appuyant sur une analyse rigoureuse

· Axé sur les résultats et la prestation de services

· Capacité à effectuer plusieurs tâches et à organiser et gérer des priorités concurrentes afin d’obtenir des résultats dans des délais serrés

· Sens de la diplomatie avec les personnes et capacités d’influence

· Capable de traiter les ambiguïtés en faisant preuve de souplesse et d’adaptation

· Gestion de projets

· Encadrement de personnes

· Esprit Fonds mondial

Expérience professionnelle :

· Diplôme universitaire supérieur en administration publique ou commerciale, en finance ou dans un autre domaine pertinent, ou formation professionnelle ou expérience de travail équivalent ;

· Qualification en gestion de projets ou équivalence, ou expérience de travail notable dans des rôles de gestion de projets/gestion du changement.

· Expérience en méthodologie de gestion de projets ;

· Expérience de la mise en œuvre de changements organisationnels en utilisant des techniques de gestion du changement ;

· Expérience de coordination du travail entre des équipes transversales ou des groupes de parties prenantes.

· 5-7 ans d’expérience professionnelle, qui montre une progression des responsabilités dans des contextes opérationnels internationaux ou complexes souhaitable.

· Connaissance du Fonds mondial et de son modèle de fonctionnement appréciable.

Informations complémentaires :

· Lieu de la mission : Fonds Mondial, Genève, Suisse

· Durée de la mission : au plus 24 mois

· Date de prise de fonction (susceptible d’être modifiée) : 01/06/2018

· Type de contrat : contrat de travail de droit privé (les agents publics seront détachés auprès d’Expertise France pour la durée de la mission)

· Rémunération établie d’après la politique de rémunération d’Expertise France : salaire de base + (le cas échéant) forfait famille + prime de technicité et d’expatriation + prise en charge des frais de logement et, le cas échéant, de gardiennage + prise en charge des frais de scolarité pour les enfants de moins de 21 ans accompagnant l’expert dans le pays de résidence + billets d’avion aller-retour adresse contractuelle – lieu de résidence, soit 1 aller initial, 1 aller-retour intermédiaire, 1 retour final + prise en charge des frais de déménagement et de visa* + Couverture sociale (CFE, mutuelle, prévoyance)

How to apply:

Par email:

Documents à fournir :

· CV en français et anglais

· Lettre de motivation rédigée en français et anglais

Merci d’indiquer la référence SUI-CPREFM dans l’objet de votre mail de candidature.

NB : Les candidat(e)s intéressé(e)s par cette opportunité sont invité(e)s soumettre leur dossier dans les meilleurs délais, Expertise France se réservant la possibilité de procéder à la présélection avant cette date.

Le processus de sélection des manifestations d’intérêt se fera en deux temps :

Dans un premier temps, une liste restreinte sera établie librement par Expertise France.

Dans un deuxième temps, les candidate(e)s sélectionné(e)s pourront être convié(e)s à un entretien.

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Switzerland: Visual communications intern

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Mar 102018

Organization: International Service for Human Rights
Country: Switzerland
Closing date: 06 Apr 2018

The International Service for Human Rights (ISHR), Geneva office is offering an internship with the communications team.

The preferred starting date for the internship would be 7 May 2018.

ISHR is an equal opportunity employer. We encourage all qualified candidates to apply, irrespective of ethnic origin, gender, age, etc.


This internship with ISHR offers a unique opportunity for communications students to be involved in and learn about the communications activities of a leading international human rights non-governmental organisation.

The intern will be based at ISHR’s Geneva office and will receive exposure to the international human rights non-governmental community.


To develop the NGO experience of a visual communications student.

The intern will:

· Apply their skills, knowledge and experience in the area of visual communications

· Acquire experience working for an international human rights NGO

· Broaden their professional competencies

The opportunity

The communications team is now offering an internship in which the incumbent will apply and develop a range of visual communications skills through practical exposure to the daily activities of a human rights NGO.

Responsibilities and duties may include:

· Video production, editing, posting

· Event photography, photo editing and publishing

· Website maintenance

· Drafting, editing, publishing online articles on human rights issues

· Production of publications and marketing materials

· Graphic design

· Event planning, coordination and management

· 10-15% of administrative tasks

The applicant will also be required to perform the following:

· Database management

· Administration support to the communications team

· Translation and proofreading (if applicable)

The ideal applicant

To be considered, applicants should be undertaking studies in the field of communication, marketing, graphic design or similar, or have recently completed such studies. They should also possess:

· Excellent written and oral communication skills in English (professional level fluency). French and/or Spanish are an advantage.

· Excellent IT skills including a good command of Word, Excel and Powerpoint

· Good command of InDesign and Photoshop

· Interest in social media

· Excellent social skills and ability to multi-task

· Desire to acquire experience working in a multicultural environment and interest in the work of a human rights NGO

· Full or part-time availability for a period of two to three months

· Swiss or EU citizen/Permit B or C

ISHR welcomes applications from candidates without any or with limited work experience.

Please note:

This is an unpaid internship. Travel costs, travel arrangements and accommodation are the responsibility of the intern. ISHR covers the cost of the Geneva public transport card, and accident insurance. ISHR also offers a strong professional development and training plan. For more information, please visit our website:

How to apply:

Applicants should submit the following by email to :

· A cover letter including ideal internship duration and possible start date

· A current CV

· A sample of communications work is also welcomed (graphic design, writing, photography, short video, …)

IMPORTANT: Your email subject should be “GENEVA Visual Communication Internship”. If you use a different subject line, your application may not be considered.

The deadline for application is Friday 6 April 2018, 23:59 pm, Geneva time. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted. Interviews are expected to take place between 17 and 19 April, 2018.

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