The International Labor Organization (ILO) is the specialized agency of the United Nations system whose mandate is to promote social justice, notably through the Decent Work Agenda. The Central Africa Decent Work Support Team and Country Office for Cameroon, Equatorial Guinea and São Tomé and Principe based in Yaoundé (ETD/BP Yaoundé), represents the ILO in Central African countries including Sao Tome and Principe.
The ILO is implementing a project financed by RBSA funds, to help strengthen knowledge of the phenomenon of informality in the transport sector and to formulate measures to promote formalization in this sector. It also contributes to setting up social protection mechanisms, to facilitate the registration and declaration of companies and employers in social insurance systems. In this context, support will be provided both to improve/adapt the mechanisms of the National Social Security Institute and to strengthen socio-professional organizations in the transport sector, to facilitate the affiliation of their members.
The activities will be implemented in the two islands of São Tomé and Principe, respectively in the region of Agua Grande, which brings together all the administrations with regard to institutional strengthening, including Caué, Lembá and Principe.
Core Duties and Responsibilities:
The incumbent will be responsible for providing a range of specialized administrative support services for the implementation of project activities. He/she will support, if necessary, other projects that do not have an assistant. It is :
Have completed high school followed by training in Administration and / or related to programming, or in a relevant field.