UN Youth Volunteers Program 2018
UNV, UNFPA and EvalYouth, in partnership with UNDP, UNICEF, UN Women, WFP, FAO and DPKO, are looking for talented young evaluators to serve the United Nations as UN Youth Volunteers. UN Youth Volunteers, who receive a monthly living allowance and a benefits package, can be impactful resources to support monitoring and evaluation efforts. UN Volunteers can contribute to national SDG monitoring, evaluation and reporting; support monitoring and evaluation of UN Development Assistance Frameworks and Common Country Assessments; assist with innovative forms of data gathering; provide analysis and support communications efforts; contribute to the development of training programmes on monitoring and evaluation, including building capacities of national and local stakeholders; and engage local stakeholders and marginalized groups, particularly in deep-field and remote locations.
Assignments could take place with a variety of UN organizations, including UNFPA, UNDP, UN Women, UNICEF, FAO, WFP and DPKO for a time period of six months to two years. Selected UN Youth Volunteers will be based in country, regional or headquarters offices around the world.
Young people with a commitment to the values of the United Nations and with some experience in monitoring and evaluation are encouraged to apply. Candidates must comply with the following criteria:
Deadline: 1st June 2018
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