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New and Emerging Talent Initiative (NETI)

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The NETI Programme is currently recruiting candidates for the position of Human Resources Specialist, P-3, in Panama through the e-Recruitment system until the deadline of 11:59 PM Eastern Standard Time (EST) on 28 December 2015. Selected NETI participants are expected to start in early 2016. For EXTERNAL candidates,  please click here to apply. For INTERNAL candidates (GS/NO/JPO staff on Fixed Term appointments), please click here to apply.
  

If you applied to the NETI 8th Cohort, kindly complete the following survey, which should not take longer than 5-8 minutes of your time. The survey is designed to understand how you learned about the NETI Programme during your job search, as well as your job searching habits in general. Your responses will assist us to better target our advertisement strategy in order to attract qualified development professionals like yourself to future NETI Cohorts. To start survey, please click HERE.

 

ARE YOU A NETI? 

  1. Are you proficient in English and another official language of the UN i.e. Arabic, Chinese, French, Russian or Spanish?
  2. Have you completed an advanced university degree (Master’s degree or equivalent)?
  3. Do you have 2-5 years of professional work experience?
  4. Are you willing to serve in any UNICEF office worldwide, including hardship duty stations?

If you answer ”yes” to the questions above, then we encourage you to apply for the next NETI Recruitment Campaign in 2016.

 


 

 

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If you applied to the NETI 8th Cohort, kindly complete the following survey, which should not take longer than 5-8 minutes of your time. The survey is designed to understand how you learned about the NETI Programme during your job search, as well as your job searching habits in general. Your responses will assist us to better target our advertisement strategy in order to attract qualified development professionals like yourself to future NETI Cohorts. To start survey, please click HERE.

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