The purpose of this consultancy will be to lead various online engagement activities around the inequalities consultation in order to:
1. Ensure the voices of a variety of stakeholders are represented at the inequalities leadership meeting and feed into the formal process of crafting the post-2015 development agenda;
2. To help build a movement of engaged citizens who see the importance of tackling inequalities as part of the post-2015 framework and as a necessary element for achieving inclusive and sustainable development, universal human rights and peace and security for all.
For details please see the Terms of Reference.
Qualifications and Competencies
An advanced degree in a social sciences or communications-related field (or appropriate equivalent work experience)
• More than 5-years relevant work experience in citizen engagement and mobilization, with a particular strength in online engagement and use of social media;
• Demonstrated track record in report writing, documentation and publication;
• Knowledge of the UN System, UNICEF and UN Women’s priorities and mandate and the Millennium Development Goals highly desirable;
• Fluency and strong writing skills in English are required. Fluency and strong writing skills in another official UN language highly desirable;
• Ability to work with minimal daily supervision and exercise sound judgment in organizing activities and meeting deadlines.
How to apply
Applications should comprise of the following documents to be sent in separate files to email@example.com:
• Cover Letter (Please indicate your monthly rate and availability to undertake the terms of reference above. Applications submitted without a daily rate will not be considered.
• United Nations Personal History Form (P11 Form)
UNICEF reference 2012- PD/DPS and the applicant's name should appear in the file name of all submitted documents, for example:
2012-001 PD/DPS -Cover Letter-Last Name, First Name.doc
2012-001 PD/DPS -P11-Last Name, First Name.doc
2012-001 PD/DPS -CV-Last Name, First Name.doc
Applications should be submitted on or before August 1, 2012.