Internship with the Regional Programme -UNODC is available. The Regional Programme is a core part of UNODC’s programme response in West and Central Asia.
The Regional Programme serves a key coordination function for UNODC assistance linking the work of the Country offices in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iran and Central Asia. It helps in building linkages with neighbouring Regional Programmes through the Inter-Regional Drug Control Approach (IRDCA) . Also, it serves working with global projects such as the Global Programme on Money Laundering (GPML).
- To assist in the planning and implementation of programme activities
- Also, to gain understanding main planning issues related to the Regional Programme activities and outcomes.
- Undergraduate education in the field of social sciences, political science, internationalrelations or economics;
- Studying in a higher education programme;
- Proficiency in English and Persian (especially writing) is required. Knowing Russian is anadvantage;
- Also, proficiency in working with Microsoft office
- Knowledge in the field of Drug Demand Reduction is an advantage;
- Assist in organizing the events or workshops
- Also, drafting reports, MoMs and letters on the RP activities in English and Persian
- Moreover, to assist in preparing follow- ups related to the RP activates
- Further more, to assist in designing 1 pager for the conducted activities under RP donors funds including European Union fund in 2018
- Any other administrative tasks required by the supervisor.
During the assignment, the intern will gain experience in:
- Drafting and preparation of reports;
- Also, in understanding the complexities of implementation of sound demand reduction programmes;
- Hands-on planning and implementation of drug demand reduction measures;
- Moreover, in awareness-raising in the Regional Programme activities.
In case of any travel to inside Iran, DSA and ticket cost will be separately provided by the UNODC Regional Programme.
If travel is required under the contract, the individual consultant shall:
- Obtain the security clearance from UNDP office (the details of travel including date of departure and arrival, accommodation and purpose of travel shall be submitted to UNDP office 2 working days before date of travel).
- Undertake the training courses on Basic Security in the Field and Advanced Security in the Field (only applicable for certain destination; to be checked with UNDP) and provide UNDP with both certificates; the related CD ROMs are available at UNDP office.
- Undertake a full medical examination and obtain medical clearance from a physician.