United Nations Children's Fund
Experience: Above 10 Years
Skill Required: HR and Admin
Apply By: 19-02-2023
Human Resources, Information Communication Technology, Supply Management, Legal Affairs, Operations, Administration, Executive Management, Financial Management, Facilities Management, Transportation
UNICEF works in some of the world’s toughest places, to reach the world’s most disadvantaged children. To save their lives. To defend their rights. To help them fulfill their potential.
For every child, a champion
Since 1950, UNICEF has supported the most important transformation for children and adolescents in Brazil. Currently, UNICEF Brazil is completing its 2017-2023 Country Programme, and in the process of designing the new Programme for 2024-2028, to deliver programmes and policies for the most excluded boys and girls. With its main office in Brasília and nine field offices UNICEF works in close partnership with national and sub-national government, corporate partners, youth and civil society organizations. For information of the work of our organization in Brazil, please visit our website: UNICEF Brazil
In the context of the United Nations Efficiency Agenda, Brazil is also one of ten pilot countries to develop a Local Shared Services Center. As part of this process, UNICEF Brazil will be working closely with the Resident Coordinator’s Office and the UN Country Team Operations Management Team to deliver on the Local Shared Services Center. In this regard, UNICEF Brazil Country Office is expected to engage with sister agencies, and with the LAC Regional Office and Headquarters team to engage in this process.
UNICEF Brazil Country office is seeking to engage a Deputy Representative Operations responsible for supporting the Head of Office on managing the office, assuring the best use of UNICEF assets in alignment with sound management practices, office priorities and goals to deliver results for children.
How can you make a difference?
Under the general supervision of the Representative, and with the support of the Operations Team, the Deputy Representative Operations serves as a strategic business partner and as the principal adviser on the overall management and operation of the country office. Join our team to be responsible for ensuring closer ties with the Programme team, Communication team, Field Offices, PFP team and other members of the Country Management Team. The Deputy Representative Operations will contribute to program and management decisions, ensuring better outcomes for children in all operational contexts, and collaborating closely with the Deputy Representative Programmes as well as the territorial and field offices managers. She/he will accomplish this by:
To qualify as an advocate for every child you will have…
Language - Fluency in English is required. Fluency in Portuguese, Spanish, or other roman language is highly desirable as the post will require a commitment to achieve fluency in Portuguese (if not already acquired).