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If you are a committed, creative professional and are passionate about making a lasting difference for children, the world's leading children's rights organisation would like to hear from you.

 

For 60 years, UNICEF has been working on the ground in 190 countries and territories to promote children's survival, protection and development. The world's largest provider of vaccines for developing countries, UNICEF supports child health and nutrition, good water and sanitation, quality basic education for all boys and girls, and the protection of children from violence, exploitation, and AIDS. UNICEF is funded entirely by the voluntary contributions of individuals, businesses, foundations and governments.

 

UNICEF Moldova is seeking a dedicated: 

Admin / Supply Assistant, GS-6, Fixed Term Appointment

PURPOSE OF THE ASSIGNMENT:

Under the general supervision of Operations Manager, supports the administrative, supply and  logistics functions and undertakes a variety of relatively complex clerical duties related to the overall supply operation and administration of the office.

 

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

1.    Review supply inputs in SAP (VISION) for clarity, 

adequacy of specifications, enter necessary coding, request

 additional information as necessary. Prepares draft supply

 requisitions, POs, Payment Requests etc. Draft routine 

documentation for information or action for internal parties,

 Copenhagen, suppliers, customers and counterparts.

2.    Undertakes market research, compiles lists of local 

sources of procurement, contacts local vendors for price 

quotations, prepares summary of bids including 

information on price and conditions of offer. For more 

costly procurements required under procurement procedures,

 drafts bid invitations and/or requests for price quotations; 

drafts related correspondence.

3.    Maintains up to date all hard copy and electronic 

supply files. Undertakes research, compiles reports and 

provides information as requested. Maintains the supplier 

database.

4.    Coordinates meetings of local Contract Review 

Committee by preparing and distributing files containing

 the cases to be presented and preparing draft minutes of 

the meetings.

5.    Monitors TADs and confirms receipt of supplies

 verifying quantities against delivery receipts, POs and 

specifications. Notifies supervisors in case of discrepancy.

6.    Advises and assists other staff in the area of office 

management. Arranges for and/or attends meetings on 

day-to-day administrative matters; participate in 

discussions of new or revised procedures and practices;

 interprets and assesses the impact of changes; and makes

 recommendations for follow-up actions.

7.    In addition to general administration responsibilities,

may also supervise directly or indirectly, activities 

concerned with office and grounds maintenance, security,

 transport and similar services.

8.    Provides logistics support for events organised by 

UNICEF. Requisitions office supplies and equipment 

locally and abroad, and arranges for control of distribution

 and maintenance of appropriate inventory records.

9.    Any other duties or assignments as requested by the 

supervisor.

 

QUALIFICATIONS AND COMPETENCIES:

Education: Bachelor Degree, preferably in Economics, Business, Procurement or Accounting. Training in administration and/or procurement field is desired.

Work Experience & Technical Competencies:  Two to five years of progressively responsible clerical or administrative work, with specialised experience in purchasing a variety of materials and services. Work experience in international settings and/or in development cooperation is an advantage. Work experience with SAP and good knowledge of government procedures for customs clearance are also an advantage. 

Languages: Fluency in English, Romanian and Russian.

Core Values: Commitment, Diversity, Integrity.

Competencies: Communication (II), Working with People (II), Drive for Results (II), Applying Technical Expertise (II), Planning and Organizing (II), Analysing (II), Following Instructions and Procedures (II).

HOW TO APPLY:

Please send detailed resume or United Nations Personal History Form (P11), cover letter in English, quoting “ASA” to chisinaurecruit@unicef.org.  Queries can be directed to same email address.

 

Applications for this position must be received no later than on: Sunday, 11 January 2015.


Please note that candidates will be assessed on foundational and functional competencies and that diversity and gender balance are also factors in the selection process. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

 

UNICEF is committed UNICEF is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce, and encourages qualified female and male candidates from all backgrounds and minority groups, including persons living with disabilities, to apply.

(See attached file: P11form(16).doc)



United Nations Children’s Fund in Moldova is seeking National Individual Communication Consultant

 

to Support UNICEF Moldova in strengthening the capacities of the Ministry of Health, National Public Health Centre and health institutions at district level in promotion of immunization and crisis communication

 

Purpose: Provide assistance to UNICEF in strengthening the capacities of the Ministry of Health and the National Public Health Centre in developing and implementing activities to improve communication with all parents about vaccines and immunization, and to improve crisis communication.

 

For more details on duties and minimum requirements, please refer to attached Terms of reference (TOR), also available onwww.unicef.md and www.un.md

Interested persons should submit their CV, together with a written application in English, clearly indicating how their knowledge and experience are relevant to the expected tasks, and their required fee, with the mark "National Individual Communication Consultant" by 5 October 2014 by email at the following address:chisinaurecruit@unicef.orgFor any questions or clarifications on the content of the TOR or the selection procedure, please write directly to chisinaurecruit@unicef.org.

Please note that only candidates who are under serious consideration will be contacted.

UNICEF is committed to workforce diversity. Persons with disabilities, Roma and other ethnic or religious minorities, persons living with HIV are particularly encouraged to apply. Qualified men and women are strongly encouraged to apply.

We would appreciate a wider circulation in order to reach a broader range of interested candidates!

(See attached file: TOR_Individual_Consultancy_Immunization.pdf)


United Nations Children’s Fund in Moldova is seeking Experts for a Roster of Photographers

Purpose: UNICEF needs to document the projects it supports in Moldova through stories and pictures. These pictures are used for publications, donor reports, website, Facebook page and other documents. UNICEF is eliciting the assistance from highly skilled, renowned photographers to illustrate UNICEF’s work in Moldova, events and human stories.

For more details on duties and minimum requirements, please refer to attached Terms of reference (TOR).

Applications should be submitted in English and/or Romanian and include a (1) detailed Curriculum Vitae (CV) and (2) a cover letter clearly indicating how her/his qualifications/ knowledge/ experience are relevant to the requested selection criteria.

Interested persons should submit their application with the reference “Roster for experts of Photographers” by 1 October 2014 by email at the following address chisinaurecruit@unicef.org.

For any questions or clarifications on the content of the TOR or the selection process, please write directly tochisinaurecruit@unicef.org.

Only short listed persons will be contacted. No information will be given over the telephone.

UNICEF is an equal opportunity organization committed to diversity. Persons with disabilities, Roma and other ethnic or religious minorities, persons living with HIV are encouraged to apply.


(See attached file: ToR_Photographer.pdf)

United Nations Children’s Fund in Moldova is seeking Experts for a Roster of Designers

Purpose: UNICEF needs to document the projects it supports in Moldova through high quality publications, factsheets, advocacy sheets, reports aligned to UNICEF branding and style guide. UNICEF is eliciting the assistance from a professional designer to ensure the design of publications and

information materials throughout the year.

For more details on duties and minimum requirements, please refer to attached Terms of reference (TOR), also available onwww.un.md and www.unicef.md.

Applications should be submitted in English and/or Romanian and include a (1) detailed Curriculum Vitae (CV) and (2) a cover letter clearly indicating how her/his qualifications/ knowledge/ experience are relevant to the requested selection criteria.

Interested persons should submit their application with the reference “Roster for experts of Designers” by 1 October 2014 by email at the following address chisinaurecruit@unicef.org.

For any questions or clarifications on the content of the TOR or the selection process, please write directly tochisinaurecruit@unicef.org

Only short listed persons will be contacted. No information will be given over the telephone.

UNICEF is an equal opportunity organization committed to diversity. Persons with disabilities, Roma and other ethnic or religious minorities, persons living with HIV are encouraged to apply.

We would appreciate a wider circulation in order to reach a broad range of interested candidates!

(See attached file: ToR_Designer.pdf)

United Nations Children’s Fund in Moldova is seeking National Individual Consultant on Human Resources and Training Needs Assessment in Social Work in the Republic of Moldova 

Purpose: The present national individual consultancy is aimed at supporting UNICEF in providing technical assistance for the implementation of a study on human resource and training needs (legal and practice review) regarding social work in the Republic of Moldova.

The objectives of this consultancy are:

·         Collect and analyse relevant information for development of a working definition of social work, including analysis of statistical data, trends and information on the number and kind of vulnerable groups in Moldova;

·         Conduct legal and policy analysis of social work functions based on the agreed definition of and needs for social work;

·         Provide support to an international consultant and national research institution during the development of research methodology, field work and data analysis;

·         Provide feedback to an international consultant on the assessment report and recommendations.

 

For more details on duties and minimum requirements, please refer to attached Terms of reference (TOR), also available on www.unicef.md and www.un.md.

 

Interested persons should submit their application letter and CV in English, as well as the requested fee, with the mark "National Consultant on social work" by 7 September 2014 by email at the following address: chisinaurecruit@unicef.orgFor any questions or clarifications on the content of the TOR or the selection procedure, please write directly tochisinaurecruit@unicef.org. 

Please note that only candidates who are under serious consideration will be contacted.

UNICEF is committed to workforce diversity. Persons with disabilities, Roma and other ethnic or religious minorities, persons living with HIV are particularly encouraged to apply. Qualified men and women are strongly encouraged to apply.

We would appreciate a wider circulation in order to reach a broader range of interested candidates!

(See attached file: ToR_Social_Work_National_Consultant.pdf)

United Nations Children’s Fund in Moldova is seeking International Individual Consultant on Human Resources and Training Needs Assessment in social work in the Republic of Moldova

 

The objectives of this consultancy are:

· Provide a definition of social work according to international standards and good practice. Based on an analysis of statistical data, trends and information on the number and kind of vulnerable groups in Moldova ‘translate’ this definition to the context of Moldova (in cooperation with a national consultant hired independently by UNICEF) to delineate the scope of the needs assessment;

· Support and guide a national consultant in a legal and policy analysis of social work functions based on the agreed definition of and needs for social work;

· Provide technical assistance to a national institution hired to conduct the human resource and training needs assessment of social work in Moldova.

 

For more details on duties and minimum requirements, please refer to attached Terms of reference (TOR).

 

Interested persons should submit their CV, together with short description of the methodology or approach proposed for the assignment (including estimated availability and work plan) as well as the requested fee, with the mark "International Consultant on social work" by 7 September 2014 by email at the following address: chisinaurecruit@unicef.org

For any questions or clarifications on the content of the TOR or the selection procedure, please write directly to chisinaurecruit@unicef.org. 

Please note that only candidates who are under serious consideration will be contacted.

UNICEF is committed to workforce diversity. Persons with disabilities, Roma and other ethnic or religious minorities, persons living with HIV are particularly encouraged to apply. Qualified men and women are strongly encouraged to apply.

(See attached file: ToR_Social_Work_International_Individual_Consultant.pdf)



United Nations Children’s Fund in Moldova is seeking National Individual Consultant to support UNICEF in strengthening the capacities of the Ministry of Health, National Public Health Centre and Health Institutions at district level in promotion of immunization and crisis communication 


ObjectivesThe consultant will (1) Support the implementation of the Communication and Crisis communication strategies in the area of immunization; (2) Identify and suggest various types of activities to promote immunization and to strengthen the capacities of health professionals on communication with parents/caregivers about vaccines and immunization, and support their implementation, monitoring and evaluation; and (3) Provide support in the area of crisis communication by developing relevant communication tools (communication algorithm; templates for press releases; templates for media statements; lists of resource persons etc.), proposing and conducting capacity building activities in the area of crisis communication and, when necessary, providing technical assistance and coaching in crisis management related to immunization

 

For more details on duties and minimum requirements, please refer to attached Terms of reference (TOR)

Interested persons should submit their CV, together with a written application in English, clearly indicating how their knowledge and experience are relevant to the expected tasks, and their required fee, with the mark "National Individual Consultant on Immunization" by 18 August 2014 by email at the following address: chisinau@unicef.orgFor any questions or clarifications on the content of the TOR or the selection procedure, please write directly to chisinau@unicef.org. Reference checks will be part of the selection process.

Please note that only candidates who are under serious consideration will be contacted.

UNICEF is committed to workforce diversity. Persons with disabilities, Roma and other ethnic or religious minorities, persons living with HIV are particularly encouraged to apply. Qualified men and women are strongly encouraged to apply.

(See attached file: TOR_-_National_Consultant_on_immunization_(1).pdf)


Temporary Appointment: Admin / Supply Assistant, GS-6, Operation Unit, UNICEF Moldova (for 4 months with possible extension)

 

If you are a passionate and committed professional and want to make a lasting difference for children, the world's leading children's rights organization would like to hear from you.

UNICEF, the world’s leading organization working for the rights of children, seeks a Temporary Appointment for an Admin/Supply Assistant, GS-6, in Chisinau, Moldova.

Purpose: Please see attached Terms of Reference.

Qualifications:

Education, Work Experience & Technical Competencies: 

- Bachelor Degree, preferably in Economics, Business, Procurement or Accounting. 

- Two to five years of progressively responsible clerical or administrative work, with specialised experience in purchasing a variety of materials and services.

- Training in administration and/or procurement field is desired.

 

Languages: 
- Fluency in English, Romanian and Russian.

Skills and knowledge:
- Proven skills in procurement, good knowledge of government procedures for customs clearance
- SAP (VISION) knowledge is considered an asset
- Computer skills, including internet navigation, and various office applications

How to Apply:

Please send detailed resume or United Nations Personal History Form (P11) (please see attached), cover letter in English, quoting “ASA, GS6 TA” to chisinaurecruit@unicef.org.  Queries can be directed to same email address.

Applications for this position must be received no later than on:  Wednesday, 6 August 2014.

Please note that candidates will be assessed on foundational and functional competencies and that diversity and gender balance are also factors in the selection process. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. 

UNICEF is committed to workforce diversity. Persons with disabilities, Roma and other ethnic or religious minorities, persons living with HIV are particularly encouraged to apply. Qualified men and women are strongly encouraged to apply.

ATTRACTIVE EMPLOYMENT CONDITIONS INCLUDING MEDICAL INSURANCE COVERAGE AND COMPETITIVE SALARY

We would appreciate a wider circulation in order to reach a broader range of interested candidates!

(See attached file: TOR_ASA_GS6_TA(1).docx)

(See attached file: P11_template_Eng(8).doc)



United Nations Children’s Fund in Moldova is seeking National Individual Consultant to support UNICEF in strengthening the capacities of the Ministry of Health, National Public Health Centre and Health Institutions at district level in promotion of immunization and crisis communication


Objectives: The consultant will (1) Support the implementation of the Communication and Crisis communication strategies in the area of immunization; (2) Identify and suggest various types of activities to promote immunization and to strengthen the capacities of health professionals on communication with parents/caregivers about vaccines and immunization, and support their implementation, monitoring and evaluation; and (3) Provide support in the area of crisis communication by developing relevant communication tools (communication algorithm; templates for press releases; templates for media statements; lists of resource persons etc.), proposing and conducting capacity building activities in the area of crisis communication and, when necessary, providing technical assistance and coaching in crisis management related to immunization

 

For more details on duties and minimum requirements, please refer to attached Terms of reference (TOR)

Interested persons should submit their CV, together with a written application in English, clearly indicating how their knowledge and experience are relevant to the expected tasks, and their required fee, with the mark "National Individual Consultant on Immunization" by 5 August 2014 by email at the following address: chisinaurecruit@unicef.orgFor any questions or clarifications on the content of the TOR or the selection procedure, please write directly tochisinaurecruit@unicef.org. Reference checks will be part of the selection process.

Please note that only candidates who are under serious consideration will be contacted.

UNICEF is committed to workforce diversity. Persons with disabilities, Roma and other ethnic or religious minorities, persons living with HIV are encouraged to apply.

(See attached file: TOR_-_National_Consultant_on_immunization.pdf)

United Nations Children’s Fund in Moldova is seeking proposals for an assessment of domestic and international adoption in Moldova

The purpose of this RFP is to invite proposals for an assessment of domestic and international adoption in Moldova. 

All requests for formal clarification or queries on this RFP must be submitted in writing via e-mail at chisinau@unicef.org / via fax at 22-02-44. Please make sure that the e-mail or fax mentions the RFP reference number.

We would appreciate a wider circulation in order to reach a broader range of interested candidates!

(See attached file: LRPS_9113181_Adoption_Assessment.pdf)

United Nations Children’s Fund in Moldova is seeking International Individual Consultant to assess legal and informal guardianship in child care and protection in the Republic of Moldova


Purpose: The purpose of this consultancy is to improve the regulatory framework related to legal and informal guardianship in child care and protection, including recommendations related to the deprivation of parental rights. The recommendations from the consultancy will inform public authorities on further actions at legal, policy and implementation level to ensure successful reforms in child care and protection. 

For more details on duties and minimum requirements, please refer to attached Terms of reference (TOR), also available onwww.unicef.md and www.un.md

Interested persons should submit their CV, together with short description of the methodology or approach proposed for the assignment (including number of days) as well as the requested fee, with the mark "International Consultant to assess legal and informal guardianship in child care and protection" by 20 July 2014 by email at the following address: chisinaurecruit@unicef.orgFor any questions or clarifications on the content of the TOR or the selection procedure, please write directly to chisinaurecruit@unicef.org. Reference checks will be part of the selection process.

Applications previously submitted do not need to be resubmitted and will remain in consideration!

Please note that only candidates who are under serious consideration will be contacted.

UNICEF is committed to workforce diversity. Persons with disabilities, Roma and other ethnic or religious minorities, persons living with HIV are encouraged to apply.

We would appreciate a wider circulation in order to reach a broader range of interested candidates!

(See attached file: TOR_legal_representation_international.pdf)


United Nations Children’s Fund in Moldova is seeking National Individual Consultant to strengthen community services for vulnerable adolescents


Purpose: This consultancy is aimed at (1) strengthening systematic and meaningful youth participation in UNICEF and key government and non-governmental partners, (2) supporting the development of relevant community-based services for vulnerable and at-risk youth in Chisinau Municipality and five other districts (Balti, Ungheni, Orhei, Căușeni and Leova), and (3) collecting and analysing available youth-related information for evidence-based programming and policy-advocacy for UNICEF and its partners.

 

For more details on duties and minimum requirements, please refer to attached Terms of reference (TOR).

Interested persons should submit their Curriculum Vitae (CV), together with a written application in English, clearly indicating how their knowledge and experience are relevant to the expected tasks, and their required fee, with the mark "National Individual Consultant to strengthen community services for vulnerable adolescents " by 20 July 2014 by email at the following address: chisinaurecruit@unicef.orgFor any questions or clarifications on the content of the TOR or the selection procedure, please write directly to chisinaurecruit@unicef.org.

Only short listed persons will be contacted. No information will be given over the telephone.

UNICEF is committed to workforce diversity. Persons with disabilities, Roma and other ethnic or religious minorities, persons living with HIV are encouraged to apply.

(See attached file: TOR_-_National_Consultant_to_Adolescents_Community_Services.pdf)

United Nations Children’s Fund in Moldova is seeking experts for a roster of National Individual Consultants on Child Protection / Social Work in Moldova

Purpose: Under the cooperation agreement with the Government of Moldova, UNICEF is providing technical assistance in the area of child protection, including prevention and response to abuse, exploitation, violence and neglect.  UNICEF is looking for qualified and experienced professionals to be placed on a roster of experts to be contacted for national consultancies in the field of child protection and social work.

For more details on duties and minimum requirements, please refer to attached Terms of reference (TOR), also available on www.un.md and www.unicef.md.

Applications should be submitted in English and/or Romanian and include a (1) detailed Curriculum Vitae (CV) or P11 form, and (2) a cover letter clearly indicating how her/his qualifications/ knowledge/ experience are relevant to the requested selection criteria.

Interested persons should submit their application with the reference “Roster for experts on child protection/social work” by 20 July 2014  by email at the following address chisinaurecruit@unicef.org.

For any questions or clarifications on the content of the TOR or the selection process, please write directly to chisinaurecruit@unicef.org.

Only short listed persons will be contacted. No information will be given over the telephone.

UNICEF is an equal opportunity organization committed to diversity. Persons with disabilities, Roma and other ethnic or religious minorities, persons living with HIV are encouraged to apply.

We would appreciate a wider circulation in order to reach a broad range of interested candidates!

(See attached file: TOR_Roster Child Protection.pdf)

(See attached file: P11form.doc)

United Nations Children’s Fund in Moldova is seeking Experts for a Roster of National Individual Consultants on Alternative Care

Purpose: Under the cooperation agreement with the Government of Moldova, UNICEF is providing technical assistance in the area of child protection, including deinstitutionalization, foster care and adoption, and the prevention of family separation. UNICEF is looking for qualified and experienced professionals to be placed on a roster of experts to be contacted for national consultancies in this field.

For more details on duties and minimum requirements, please refer to attached Terms of reference (TOR), also available on www.un.md and www.unicef.md.

Applications should be submitted in English and/or Romanian and include a (1) detailed Curriculum Vitae (CV) or P11 form, and (2) a cover letter clearly indicating how her/his qualifications/ knowledge/ experience are relevant to the requested selection criteria.

Interested persons should submit their application with the reference “Roster for experts in alternative care” by 20 July 2014  by email at the following address chisinaurecruit@unicef.org.

For any questions or clarifications on the content of the TOR or the selection process, please write directly to chisinaurecruit@unicef.org

Only short listed persons will be contacted. No information will be given over the telephone.

UNICEF is an equal opportunity organization committed to diversity. Persons with disabilities, Roma and other ethnic or religious minorities, persons living with HIV are encouraged to apply.

We would appreciate a wider circulation in order to reach a broad range of interested candidates!

(See attached file: TOR_Roster Alternative Care.pdf)

(See attached file: P11form.doc)

United Nations Children’s Fund in Moldova is seeking Experts for a Roster of National Individual Consultants on Justice for Children

 

Purpose: Under the cooperation agreement with the Government of Moldova, UNICEF is providing technical assistance in the area of child protection, including justice for children. UNICEF is looking for qualified and experienced professionals to be placed on a roster of experts to be contacted for national consultancies in the field of justice for children.

For more details on duties and minimum requirements, please refer to attached Terms of reference (TOR), also available on www.un.md and www.unicef.md

Applications should be submitted in English and/or Romanian and include a (1) detailed Curriculum Vitae (CV) or P11 form, and (2) a cover letter clearly indicating how her/his qualifications/ knowledge/ experience are relevant to the requested selection criteria.

Interested persons should submit their application with the reference "Roster for experts in child protection/ justice for children”  by 20 July 2014 by email at the following address chisinaurecruit@unicef.org.

For any questions or clarifications on the content of the TOR or the selection process, please write directly to chisinaurecruit@unicef.org

Only short listed persons will be contacted. No information will be given over the telephone.

UNICEF is an equal opportunity organization committed to diversity. Persons with disabilities, Roma and other ethnic or religious minorities, persons living with HIV are encouraged to apply.

We would appreciate a wider circulation in order to reach a broad range of interested candidates!

(See attached file: TOR_Roster Justice for children.pdf)

(See attached file: P11form.doc)

United Nations Children’s Fund in Moldova is seeking Individual International Consultant to develop and conduct two training courses on communication on immunisation

   Purpose: The consultant will develop, conduct and evaluate one training course on health professionals’ proactive communication with parents and caregivers about vaccines and immunization and one training course on crisis communication in the context of immunisation. The training courses will strengthen the capacities of around 30 health professionals from Transnistrian region to communicate with parents and to timely and effectively respond to immunization related crisis situations

   Interested persons should submit their Personal History Form (P11), together with a written application in English, clearly indicating how their knowledge and experience are relevant to the expected tasks, and their required fee, with the mark "International Consultant on Immunisation" by 16 June 2014 by email at the following address: chisinaurecruit@unicef.org. For any questions or clarifications on the content of the TOR or the selection procedure, please write directly to chisinaurecruit@unicef.org  

   Only short listed persons will be contacted. No information will be given over the telephone.

   UNICEF is committed to workforce diversity. Persons with disabilities, Roma and other ethnic or religious minorities, persons living with HIV are encouraged to apply.

   We would appreciate a wider circulation in order to reach a broader range of interested candidates!

 

United Nations Children’s Fund in Moldova is seeking Individual National Consultant to support communication on immunisation in Transnistrian region

   Purpose: The consultant will assist UNICEF Moldova in designing and will support implementation, monitoring and evaluation of communication activities in the area of immunisation.

   For more details on duties and minimum requirements, please refer to attached Terms of reference (TOR), also available on www.un.md  and www.unicef.md  

   Interested persons should submit their CVs or Personal History Form (P11), together with a written application in English, clearly indicating how their knowledge and experience are relevant to the expected tasks, and their required fee, with the mark "National Consultant on Immunisation" by 16 June 2014 by email at the following address: chisinaurecruit@unicef.org. For any questions or clarifications on the content of the TOR or the selection procedure, please write directly to chisinaurecruit@unicef.org

   Only short listed persons will be contacted. No information will be given over the telephone.

   UNICEF is committed to workforce diversity. Persons with disabilities, Roma and other ethnic or religious minorities, persons living with HIV are encouraged to apply.

   We would appreciate a wider circulation in order to reach a broader range of interested candidates!

 

United Nations Children’s Fund in Moldova is seeking Individual National Consultant to support UNICEF and the Ministry of Education for development and promotion of the child protection policies in the education system

   Purpose: Provide advice and assist the Ministry of Education to strengthen the capacity of the education system for prevention, identification and referral of cases of child abuse, neglect and exploitation and improve coordination and collaboration with different sectors, including but not limited to the enforcement of the inter-sectorial cooperation mechanism between the education, social welfare, health, and law enforcement sectors.

For more details on duties and minimum requirements, please refer to attached Terms of reference (TOR), also available on www.un.md  and www.unicef.md

   Interested persons should submit their Personal History Form (P11), together with a written application in English, clearly indicating how their knowledge and experience are relevant to the expected tasks, and their required fee, with the mark "Consultant on Violence" by 12 June 2014 by email at the following address: chisinaurecruit@unicef.org. For any questions or clarifications on the content of the TOR or the selection procedure, please write directly to chisinaurecruit@unicef.org  

   Only short listed persons will be contacted. No information will be given over the telephone.

   UNICEF is committed to workforce diversity. Persons with disabilities, Roma and other ethnic or religious minorities, persons living with HIV are encouraged to apply.

   We would appreciate a wider circulation in order to reach a broader range of interested candidates!

 

    UNICEF Moldova is advertising an international institutional consultancy to conduct a needs assessment of primary, secondary and tertiary services for children in conflict with the law in Moldova. The results of the study will inform national and local level policy-making and contribute to the development of services to prevent children and young people from coming into conflict with the law and help these children and their families to overcome the challenges in their lives and change their behaviour. The deadline for application is 22 June 2014. More details here: https://www.ungm.org/Public/Notice/27279

 

United Nations Children’s Fund in Moldova is seeking Individual Consultancy to support the coordination and monitoring of Justice for Children Reform

   Purpose: UNICEF Moldova is seeking a National Consultant to assist the Child Protection team in supporting efficient justice for children reforms. The candidate will work closely with the UNICEF Justice for Children Specialist in mapping existing support in justice reforms, especially in capacity building and research, as well as in monitoring the follow-up on major recommendations of international treaty bodies to the Government of Moldova. For more details on duties and minimum requirements, please refer to attached Terms of reference (TOR).

   Interested persons should submit their Personal History Form (P11), together with a written application in English, clearly indicating how their knowledge and experience are relevant to the expected tasks, and their required fee, with the mark "Consultant on Justice" by 15 June 2014 by email at the following address: chisinaurecruit@unicef.org. For any questions or clarifications on the content of the TOR or the selection procedure, please write directly to chisinaurecruit@unicef.org

   Only short listed persons will be contacted. No information will be given over the telephone.

   UNICEF is committed to workforce diversity. Persons with disabilities, Roma and other ethnic or religious minorities, persons living with HIV are encouraged to apply.

   We would appreciate a wider circulation in order to reach a broader range of interested candidates!

   (See attached file: TOR_Consultant Justice.pdf)

   (See attached file: P11form.doc)

 

United Nations Children’s Fund in Moldova is seeking Individual International Consultancy on capacity development of health professionals in the Transnistrian region

   Purpose: UNICEF Moldova is looking for three experienced international experts to provide support to the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Moldova and de-facto Transnistrian authorities in strengthening the perinatal care system in the Transnistrian region in line with UNICEF and WHO recommendations. For more details on duties and minimum requirements, please refer to attached Terms of reference (TOR).

   Interested persons should submit their Personal History Form (P11), together with a written application in English, clearly indicating how their knowledge and experience are relevant to the expected tasks, and their required fee, with the mark "International Consultant on Perinatal Care Services" by 26 May 2014 by email at the following address: chisinaurecruit@unicef.org. For any questions or clarifications on the content of the TOR or the selection procedure, please write directly to chisinaurecruit@unicef.org

   Only short listed persons will be contacted. No information will be given over the telephone.

   UNICEF is committed to workforce diversity. Persons with disabilities, Roma and other ethnic or religious minorities, persons living with HIV are particularly encouraged to apply. Qualified men and women are strongly encouraged to apply.

   We would appreciate a wider circulation in order to reach a broader range of interested candidates!

   (See attached file: TOR Effective Perinatal Care.pdf)

   (See attached file: P11form.doc)

 

United Nations Children’s Fund in Moldova is seeking National Consultant on Social Work, Monitoring and Coordination in the area of Child Protection

 

   Purpose: The consultant will provide technical assistance to UNICEF in supporting the implementation of key activities under the RWP 2014-2015 between UNICEF and the Ministry of Labor, Social Protection and Families, Ministry of Education, Ministry of Health and Ministry of Justice related to addressing key bottlenecks and barriers under the Monitoring Equity for Results Systems (MORES) determinant analysis, in particular social work, community-based services, data collection and management and strengthening of civil society in child protection reform. For more details on duties and minimum requirements, please refer to attached Terms of reference (TOR).

   Interested persons should submit their Personal History Form (P11) together with a written application in English, clearly indicating how their knowledge and experience are relevant to the expected tasks, and their required fee, with the mark "National Consultant on Child Protection" by 19 May 2014 by email at the following address: chisinaurecruit@unicef.org. For any questions or clarifications on the content of the TOR or the selection procedure, please write directly to chisinaurecruit@unicef.org

   Only short listed persons will be contacted. No information will be given over the telephone.

   UNICEF is committed to workforce diversity. Women, persons with disabilities, Roma and other ethnic or religious minorities, persons living with HIV are particularly encouraged to apply. Well qualified candidates, particularly females are strongly encouraged to apply.

   We would appreciate a wider circulation in order to reach a broader range of interested candidates!

   (See attached file: TOR CP Consultant.pdf)

   (See attached file: P11form.doc)

 

 

United Nations Children’s Fund in Moldova is seeking National Consultant to support UNICEF and the Ministry of Education for development and promotion of the child protection policies in the education system.

   Deadline for applications: 14 May 2014, 17:00 (Moldova time)

   Purpose: Provide advise and assist the Ministry of Education to strengthen the capacity of the education system for prevention, identification and referral of cases of child abuse, neglect and exploitation and improve coordination and collaboration with different sectors, including but not limited to the enforcement of the inter-sectorial cooperation mechanism between the education, social welfare, health, and law enforcement sectors.

   For more details on duties and minimum requirements please refer to attached ToR.

   Interested persons should submit their applications in English i.e. Personal History Form (P11), Required fee for services, Short description of methodology or approach on how to deliver the assignment as per TOR, with the mark "National Consultant on Violence" by 14 May 2014, 17:00, by email at the following address chisinaurecruit@unicef.org.
Only short listed persons will be contacted. No information will be given over the telephone.

   UNICEF is committed to workforce diversity. Women, persons with disabilities, Roma and other ethnic or religious minorities, persons living with HIV are particularly encouraged to apply.

   Well qualified candidates, particularly females are strongly encouraged to apply.

   (See attached file: TOR Consultant to ME.pdf)

   (See attached file: P11form.doc)

 

 

United Nations Children’s Fund in Moldova is seeking Individual International Consultancy on Cold Chain assessment in the Transnistrian region

   Purpose: Assist UNICEF, Ministry of Health of the Republic of Moldova and de-facto Transnistrian authorities in assessing cold chain needs in the Transnistrian region. The objective of the intervention is to strengthen Cold Chain in the Transnistrian region, so that adequate quantity of vaccines is available at all times in all health facilities, and 100% of administered vaccines maintain their full potency.

   For more details on duties and minimum requirements please refer to attached TOR.

   Interested persons should submit their applications in English i.e. Personal History Form (P11), Required fee for services, Short description of methodology or approach on how to deliver the assignment as per TOR, with the mark "Consultancy on Cold Chain" by 12 May 2014, by email at the following address chisinaurecruit@unicef.org.

   Only short listed persons will be contacted. No information will be given over the telephone.

   UNICEF is committed to workforce diversity. Women, persons with disabilities, Roma and other ethnic or religious minorities, persons living with HIV are particularly encouraged to apply.

   Well qualified candidates, particularly females are strongly encouraged to apply.

    (See attached file: P11form.doc)

    (See attached file: TOR Cold chain-final.pdf)

 

United Nations Children’s Fund in Moldova is seeking Individual International Consultant on Positive Parenting

   Purpose: To assist UNICEF Moldova, Ministry of Education of Moldova and other relevant line Ministries in developing an inter-sectorial parenting strategy, beginning with preconception and prenatal education and care, and continuing with fully integrated parent education linked to child’s education, health, protection and culture. For more details on duties and minimum requirements please refer to attached Terms of reference (TOR).

   Interested persons should submit their applications in English i.e. Personal History Form (P11), Required fee for services, Short description of methodology or approach on how to deliver the assignment as per TOR, with the mark "International Consultant on Positive Parenting" by 29 April 2014 by email at the following address: chisinaurecruit@unicef.org.

   Only short listed persons will be contacted. No information will be given over the telephone.

   UNICEF is committed to workforce diversity. Women, persons with disabilities, Roma and other ethnic or religious minorities, persons living with HIV are particularly encouraged to apply.

   Well qualified candidates, particularly females are strongly encouraged to apply.

   (See attached file: P11form.doc)

   (See attached file: TOR Parenting.pdf)

 

 

United Nations Children’s Fund in Moldova is seeking National Consultant to finalize the Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey under the fifth round of global initiative (MICS5) to assess the situation of children and women.

   Purpose: UNICEF offers assistance in collecting and analyzing data in order to close data gaps in monitoring the situation of children and women within the framework of UNICEF's international household surveying initiative “The Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey”(MICS). In order to provide technical support to Implementing partner and local authorities and to oversee procedural issues and ensure quality control of all MICS5 related outcomes and final results, UNICEF Moldova Country Office is going to hire a MICS5 Consultant. For more details on duties and minimum requirements please refer to attached ToR.

   Location: Tiraspol — The duties will be performed in Tiraspol (full time)

   Interested persons should submit their applications in English i.e. Personal History Form (P11), Required fee for services, Short description of methodology or approach on how to deliver the assignment as per TOR, with the mark "MICS5 Consultant" by 17 March 2014, 17:00, by email at the following address chisinaurecruit@unicef.org.

   Only short listed persons will be contacted. No information will be given over the telephone.

   UNICEF is committed to workforce diversity. Women, persons with disabilities, Roma and other ethnic or religious minorities, persons living with HIV are particularly encouraged to apply.

   Well qualified candidates, particularly females are strongly encouraged to apply.

   (See attached file: P11form.doc)

   (See attached file: TOR MICS5 Consultant.pdf)

 

United Nations Children’s Fund in Moldova is eliciting the services of highly skilled English editors to proofread and edit UNICEF draft reports and publication

   Purpose: UNICEF advocacy for child rights in Moldova requires good communication not only with counterparts and the general public but also with the international community and foreign donors. In order to be effective, many of the reports, publications, studies and evaluations prepared for counterparts, need also to be made available in English.

   Translations often require further polishing in order to meet the required standard. UNICEF is eliciting the services of highly skilled English editors to proofread and edit UNICEF draft reports and publications before sending them to design and printing. The services will be requested periodically, upon office needs when a new report/publication or other communication materials will be produced.

   For more details please refer to the attached TOR.

   Interested persons should submit their applications in English i.e. Personal History Form (P11), samples of work and related recommendation letters and references, with the mark "English Editor" by email at the following address chisinaurecruit@unicef.org.

   Only short listed persons will be contacted. No information will be given over the telephone.

   UNICEF is committed to workforce diversity. Women, persons with disabilities, Roma and other ethnic or religious minorities, persons living with HIV are particularly encouraged to apply. Well qualified candidates, particularly females are strongly encouraged to apply. Please see the documents below for more details on the position and required application form.

   Deadline for applications: 07 March 2014, 5:00 PM (Moldova time)

   (See attached file: ToR Editor 2014.doc)

   (See attached file: P11form_-_rom01.04.2013.dot)

 

 

United Nations Children’s Fund in Moldova is seeking the services of highly skilled designers for UNICEF publications, reports and communication information materials

 

Purpose: UNICEF advocacy for child rights in Moldova requires consolidated communication with counterparts, general public but also with the international community and foreign donors. In order to be effective, UNICEF needs to document the projects it supports in Moldova through high quality publications, fact-sheets, advocacy sheets, reports aligned to UNICEF branding and style guide. Taking this into consideration, UNICEF is eliciting the assistance from a professional designer to ensure the design of publications and information materials throughout the year, upon office needs.

For more details please refer to the attached TOR.

Interested persons should submit their applications in English i.e. Personal History Form (P11), samples of work and related recommendation letters and references, with the mark "Designer" by email at the following address chisinaurecruit@unicef.org.

Only short listed persons will be contacted. No information will be given over the telephone. UNICEF is committed to workforce diversity. Women, persons with disabilities, Roma and other ethnic or religious minorities, persons living with HIV are particularly encouraged to apply. Well qualified candidates, particularly females are strongly encouraged to apply. Please see the documents below for more details on the position and required application form.

Deadline for applications: 07 March 2014, 5:00 PM (Moldova time)

(See attached file: ToR Designer 2014.doc)

(See attached file: P11form_-_rom01.04.2013.dot)

 

UNICEF Moldova announces Expression of Interest (EoI-2014-001) for PR Agency to support UNICEF in organizing, promoting and conducting Public Events in 2014
Closing date – 17 January 2014, 5 p.m.

   For more details please see attached:

   Expression of Interest

   Supplier Profile Form

   UNICEF General Terms and Conditions

 

United Nations Children’s Fund in Moldova is seeking for National consultancy services on analyzing the legal and normative framework related to children in the Republic of Moldova, in terms of its costing and budgeting (extended deadline)

  Deadline for applications: 18 November 2013, 5:00 PM (Moldova time)

  Purpose: UNICEF is seeking a qualified national consultant to assist UNICEF Moldova in analyzing child related programmes, strategies, action plans, policies of the Government of Moldova in terms of their costing. For more details on duties and minimum requirements please refer to attached ToR.

   Interested persons should submit their applications in English i.e. Personal History Form (P11), Required fee for services, Short description of methodology or approach on how to deliver the assignment as per TOR, with the mark "National Consultant on legal and normative framework" by 18 November 2013, 5:00 PM (Moldova time) by email at the following address chisinaurecruit@unicef.org.

  This is a re-advertisement, therefore previous applicants do not need to reapply.

   Only short listed persons will be contacted. No information will be given over the telephone.

  UNICEF is committed to workforce diversity. Women, persons with disabilities, Roma and other ethnic or religious minorities, persons living with HIV are particularly encouraged to apply. Well qualified candidates, particularly females are strongly encouraged to apply.

   Please see the documents below for more details on the position and required application form.

   (See attached file: Short term consultancy_legal and normative framework.pdf)
(See attached file:  P11_template_Eng.doc)

 

 

United Nations Children’s Fund in Moldova is seeking for National consultancy services on analyzing the legal and normative framework related to children in the Republic of Moldova, in terms of its costing and budgeting

  Deadline for applications: 11 November 2013, 5:00 PM (Moldova time)

  Purpose: UNICEF is seeking a qualified national consultant to assist UNICEF Moldova in analyzing child related programmes, strategies, action plans, policies of the Government of Moldova in terms of their costing. For more details on duties and minimum requirements please refer to attached ToR.

   Interested persons should submit their applications in English i.e. Personal History Form (P11), Required fee for services, Short description of methodology or approach on how to deliver the assignment as per TOR, with the mark "National Consultant on legal and normative framework" by 11 November 2013, 5:00 PM (Moldova time) by email at the following address chisinaurecruit@unicef.org.

  Only short listed persons will be contacted. No information will be given over the telephone. UNICEF is committed to workforce diversity.

  Women, persons with disabilities, Roma and other ethnic or religious minorities, persons living with HIV are particularly encouraged to apply. Well qualified candidates, particularly females are strongly encouraged to apply.

   Please see the documents below for more details on the position and required application form.

  (See attached file: P11_template_Eng.doc)
(See attached file: Short term consultancy_legal and normative framework.pdf)

 

United Nations Children’s Fund in Moldova is seeking for National consultancy services on legal support for the Office of the Deputy Speaker of the Parliament of the Republic of Moldova

Deadline for applications: 12 September 2013, 5:00 PM (Moldova time)

   Purpose: UNICEF Moldova is seeking a qualified national consultant to provide legal assistance and advice to the Office of the Deputy Speaker of the Parliament in areas of child rights, child protection, education and health, with a strong focus on the needs of the most vulnerable children. The national consultant will assist the Deputy Speaker of the Parliament in her law-making activity related to the promotion and protection of child rights. For more details on duties and minimum requirements please refer to attached ToR. 

   Interested persons should submit their applications in English i.e. Personal History Form (P11), Required fee for services, Short description of methodology or approach on how to deliver the assignment as per TOR, with the mark "National Consultant on legal support for the Office of the Deputy Speaker of the Parliament" by 12 September 2013, 5:00 PM (Moldova time) by email at the following address chisinaurecruit@unicef.org.

   Only short listed persons will be contacted. No information will be given over the telephone. UNICEF is committed to workforce diversity.

  Women, persons with disabilities, Roma and other ethnic or religious minorities, persons living with HIV are particularly encouraged to apply. Well qualified candidates, particularly females are strongly encouraged to apply.

   Please see the documents below for more details on the position and required application form.

   (See attached file: ToR Legal Expert Advertising(ENG2013).pdf)
(See attached file: P11_template_Eng.doc)

 

 

 

 

VACANCY NOTICE

United Nations Children’s Fund in Moldova is seeking National Consultant to support childcare reform through implementation of the 2013-2014 Biannual Work Plans (BWPs) by the line ministries, with focus on inter-sectorial work (extended deadline)

   Deadline for applications: 04 August 2013, 5:00 PM 

   Purpose: Provide technical assistance to MLSPF, MEdu, and MoH in the implementation of activities under the 2013-2014 BWPs related to childcare reform, ensuring efficient inter-sectorial work between the key ministries throughout the year. For more details on duties and minimum requirements please refer to attached ToR.

   Interested persons should submit their applications in English i.e. Personal History Form (P11), Required fee for services, Short description of methodology or approach on how to deliver the assignment as per TOR, with the mark "National Consultant on Childcare Reform" by 04 August 2013, 5:00 PM (Moldova time) by email at the following address chisinaurecruit@unicef.org.

   This is a re-advertisement, therefore previous applicants do not need to reapply. Only short listed persons will be contacted. No information will be given over the telephone.

   UNICEF is committed to workforce diversity. Women, persons with disabilities, Roma and other ethnic or religious minorities, persons living with HIV are particularly encouraged to apply. Well qualified candidates, particularly females are strongly encouraged to apply.

   Please see the documents below for more details on the position and required application form.

  (See attached file: TOR Childcare reform consultant_web)
(See attached file: P11_template_Eng.doc)

 

 

 

 

 

VACANCY NOTICE

United Nations Children’s Fund in Moldova is seeking National Expert to support the Ministry of Justice on conducting an assessment on the need for amendments to primary and secondary legislative framework in the justice for children and juveniles system

   Deadline for applications: 22 July 2013, 5:00 PM

   Purpose: To inform the development of amendments to current legal and policy frameworks in the justice for children and juveniles system by: (1) centralizing existing information and evaluations on it, and based on these findings, (2) formulating policy recommendations to current legal and policy frameworks. For more details on duties and minimum requirements please refer to attached ToR. 

    Interested persons should submit their applications in English i.e. Personal History Form (P11), Required fee for services, Short description of methodology or approach on how to deliver the assignment as per TOR, with the mark "National Expert Justice for Children" by 22 July 2013, 5:00 PM " (Moldova time) by email at the following address chisinau@unicef.org.

   Only short listed persons will be contacted. No information will be given over the telephone.

   UNICEF is committed to workforce diversity. Women, persons with disabilities, Roma and other ethnic or religious minorities, persons living with HIV are particularly encouraged to apply.  Well qualified candidates, particularly females are strongly encouraged to apply.

   Please see the documents below for more details on the position and required application form.

   (See attached file: TOR_National Expert for Ministry of Justice.pdf)
(See attached file: P11_template_Eng.doc)

 

 

 

 

 

VACANCY NOTICE

United Nations Children’s Fund in Moldova is seeking National Consultant to support childcare reform through implementation of the 2013-2014 Biannual Work Plans (BWPs) by the line ministries, with focus on inter-sectorial work

   Deadline for applications: 15 July 2013, 5:00 PM

   Purpose: Provide technical assistance to MLSPF, MEdu, and MoH in the implementation of activities under the 2013-2014 BWPs related to childcare reform, ensuring efficient inter-sectorial work between the key ministries throughout the year. For more details on duties and minimum requirements please refer to attached ToR. 

   Interested persons should submit their applications in English i.e. Personal History Form (P11), Required fee for services, Short description of methodology or approach on how to deliver the assignment as per TOR, with the mark "National Consultant on Childcare Reform" by 15 July 2013, 5:00 PM (Moldova time) by email at the following address chisinau@unicef.org.

  Only short listed persons will be contacted. No information will be given over the telephone.

  UNICEF is committed to workforce diversity.  Women, persons with disabilities, Roma and other ethnic or religious minorities, persons living with HIV are particularly encouraged to apply. Well qualified candidates, particularly females are strongly encouraged to apply.

   Please see the documents below for more details on the position and required application form.

  (See attached file: TOR ChildcareReformConsultantWeb.pdf)
(See attached file: P11_template_Eng.doc)

 

 

 

 

VACANCY NOTICE 

United Nations Children’s Fund in Moldova is seeking Individual International Consultant on Decentralisation Strategy

  Deadline for applications: 23 April 2013, 5:00 PM

  Purpose: To assist Ministry of Education in the Republic of Moldova in the finalisation of the education decentralisation strategy and the harmonisation of the draft Code of Education with the provision of the education decentralisation strategy.

  For more details on duties and minimum requirements please refer to attached ToR (information available on UNICEF Moldova and UN Moldova website: www.un.md, www.unicef.md)

  Interested persons should submit their applications in English i.e. Personal History Form (P11), Cover Letter, related recommendation letters and references, latest PER if any, with the mark "Decentralisation Strategy" by 23 April 2013, 5:00 PM (Moldova time) by email at the following address chisinaurecruit@unicef.org (Word Document or PDF).

  Only short listed persons will be contacted. No information will be given over the telephone.

  UNICEF is committed to workforce diversity. Women, persons with disabilities, Roma and other ethnic or religious minorities, persons living with HIV are particularly encouraged to apply. Well qualified candidates, particularly females are strongly encouraged to apply.

  Please see the documents below for more details on the position and required application form.

  (See attached file: TOR_Decentralisation 2013_announcement.pdf)
(See attached file: P11_template_Eng.doc)

 

 

 

 

 

VACANCY NOTICE  

United Nations Children’s Fund in Moldova is seeking Individual National consultant on revision of sanitary, hygiene and heath norms and regulations governing preschools

  Deadline for applications: 22 April 2013

  Purpose: To assist the Ministry of Education and Ministry of Health in revising the sanitary, hygiene and health norms and regulations governing preschools (both public and private) in line with the EU recommendations.

  For more details on duties and minimum requirements please refer to attached ToR.

  Interested persons should submit their applications in English i.e. Personal History Form (P11), Cover Letter, related recommendation letters and references, latest PER if any, with the mark "Norms and regulations governing preschools" by 22 April 2013, 5:00 PM (Moldova time) by email at the following address chisinaurecruit@unicef.org (Word Document or PDF).

  Only short listed persons will be contacted. No information will be given over the telephone.

  UNICEF is committed to workforce diversity. Women, persons with disabilities, Roma and other ethnic or religious minorities, persons living with HIV are particularly encouraged to apply. Well qualified candidates, particularly females are strongly encouraged to apply.

  Please see the documents below for more details on the position and required application form.

  (See attached file: ToR_Sanitary norms_aanouncement.pdf)
(See attached file: P11_template_Eng.doc)

 

 

 

 

VACANCY NOTICE 

United Nations Children’s Fund in Moldova is eliciting the services of highly skilled English editors to proofread and edit UNICEF draft reports and publication

  Purpose: UNICEF advocacy for child rights in Moldova requires good communication not only with counterparts and the general public but also with the international community and foreign donors. In order to be effective, many of the reports, publications, studies and evaluations prepared for counterparts, need also to be made available in English. Translations often require further polishing in order to meet the required standard. UNICEF is eliciting the services of highly skilled English editors to proofread and edit UNICEF draft reports and publications before sending them to design and printing. The services will be requested periodically, upon office needs when a new report/publication or other communication materials will be produced.

  For more details please refer to the attached TOR.

  Interested persons should submit their applications in English i.e. Personal History Form (P11), samples of work and related recommendation letters and references, with the mark "English Editor" by email at the following address chisinaurecruit@unicef.org (Word Document or PDF).

  Only short listed persons will be contacted. No information will be given over the telephone.

  UNICEF is committed to workforce diversity. Women, persons with disabilities, Roma and other ethnic or religious minorities, persons living with HIV are particularly encouraged to apply. Well qualified candidates, particularly females are strongly encouraged to apply.

Please see the documents below for more details on the position and required application form.

 

(See attached file: ToR Editor-.pdf)
(See attached file: P11_template_Eng.doc)

 

 

 

 

VACANCY NOTICE 

United Nations Children’s Fund in Moldova is seeking  Two individual international consultants on Mentoring

  Deadline for applications: 15 April 2013

  Purpose: Assist the Ministry of Education of Moldova to implement a learning support initiative in teacher/educator mentoring for developing mentoring skills for 30 key-mentors.

  Please refer to the attached TOR.

  Interested persons should submit their applications in English i.e. Personal History Form (P11), Cover Letter, related recommendation letters and references, latest PER if any, with the mark "Mentoring" by 15 April 2013, 5:00 PM (Moldova time) by email at the following address chisinaurecruit@unicef.org (Word Document or PDF).

   Only short listed persons will be contacted. No information will be given over the telephone.

   UNICEF is committed to workforce diversity.  Women, persons with disabilities, Roma and other ethnic or religious minorities, persons living with HIV are particularly encouraged to apply. Well qualified candidates, particularly females are strongly encouraged to apply.

  Please see the documents below for more details on the position and required application form.

 

(See attached file: TOR_Mentoring.pdf)
(See attached file: P11_template_Eng.doc)

 

 

 

 

VACANCY NOTICE 

United Nations Children’s Fund in Moldova is seeking   Two highly qualified national lawyers (part time - 50%) to provide legal assistance to the Ministry of Education

  Deadline for applications: 20 March 2013

  Purpose: UNICEF is seeking two highly qualified national lawyers with significant expertise in legal framework in education for a part time assignment (50%) to assist the Ministry of Education of the Republic of Moldova to finalize the Code on Education, by providing legal assistance to the Working Group established by the Ministry of Education to finalize the Draft Code on Education, based on comments provided by local stakeholders and international organizations, identifying gaps and inconsistencies, and providing recommendations to improve the document and ensure its compliance with legal international standards

  Please refer to the attached TOR.

  Interested persons should submit their applications in English i.e. Personal History Form (P11), Cover Letter, related recommendation letters and references, latest PER if any, with the mark "Part-time lawyers to the MoE" by 20 March 2013, 5:00 PM by email at the following address chisinaurecruit@unicef.org (Word Document or PDF).

  Only short listed persons will be contacted. No information will be given over the telephone.

  UNICEF is committed to workforce diversity. Women, persons with disabilities, Roma and other ethnic or religious minorities, persons living with HIV are particularly encouraged to apply. Well qualified candidates, particularly females are strongly encouraged to apply.

  Please see the documents below for more details on the position and required application form.

 

(See attached file: TOR - Legal Assistants Code for ME.pdf)
(See attached file: P11_template_Eng.doc)


 

VACANCY NOTICE 

Youth and Adolescent Development Officer, NO-A

  Deadline for applications: 15 March 2013

  UNICEF is seeking a qualified, motivated team worker to join us in our efforts to advance the rights of children in Moldova. 

  Purpose: Under the close supervision of the Chief Child Protection and in close cooperation with other program staff, the incumbent contributes to programme planning, administration, implementation, monitoring and the evaluation of programme component related to youth and adolescent well-being, identifying and reducing vulnerabilities among young people and supporting development of enabling and protective environment.

Interested persons should submit their applications in English i.e. P11, Cover Letter, related recommendation letters and references, if any, with the mark “YAD Officer” by 15 March 2013 to the following address: UNICEF Moldova Office, 131, 31 August str., Chisinau or by email at the following address chisinaurecruit@unicef.org (Word Document or PDF) or fax (373 22) 22 02 44.

ATTRACTIVE EMPLOYMENT CONDITIONS INCLUDING PENSION FUND,
MEDICAL INSURANCE COVERAGE AND COMPETITIVE SALARY
Only shortlisted persons will be contacted. No information will be given over the telephone.

UNICEF is committed to workforce diversity. Well qualified candidates, particularly women, persons with disabilities, Roma and other ethnic or religious minorities, persons living with HIV are particularly encouraged to apply.

Please see the documents below for more details on the position and required application form.

  (See attached file:Vacancy note_YAD Officer)
(See attached file: P11_template_Eng.doc

 

 

 

 

  VACANCY NOTICE

   ICT Assistant, GS-6

  Deadline for applications: 16 January 2013

  UNICEF is seeking a qualified, motivated team worker to join us in our efforts to advance the rights of children in Moldova. 

  Purpose: Under the supervision of the Operations Manager, provide technical, operational and procedural support and end-user services in the implementation, maintenance and improvement of information technology systems, procedures and activities of the office, in accordance with the ICT work plan, consistent with the Country Programme Management Plan.

   Interested persons should submit their applications in English i.e. P11, Cover Letter, related recommendation letters and references, if any, with the mark “ICT Assistant” by 16 January 2013 to the following address: UNICEF Moldova Office, 131, 31 August str., Chisinau or by email at the following address chisinaurecruit@unicef.org (Word Document or PDF) or fax (373 22) 22 02 44.

  Please see the documents below for more details on the position and required application form.

  (See attached file: Vacancy note_ICT Assit)
(See attached file: P11_template_Eng.doc

 

 

 

  VACANCY NOTICE

 Social and Economic Policy Specialist, NO-C

  Deadline for applications:  7 January 2013

  UNICEF is seeking a highly qualified specialist, with significant expertise in  social  and  economic policies to join us in our efforts to advance the rights of children in Moldova.

   Purpose:    Under  the  general  guidance  of  the  Deputy  Representative, accountable for effective engagement in policy dialogue with the Government to  develop  social and economic policies which contribute to fulfilment of children’s   rights,   advocating  for  increased/secured  public  resource allocation   for   the   social   sectors;    and   supporting  sustainable decentralization of social services and local capacity building towards the goal of universal coverage of essential social services and the creation of a protective environment for children.

  Interested persons should submit their applications in English i.e. P11, Cover Letter, related recommendation letters and references, if any, with the mark “SEP Specialist” by 7 January 2013 to the following address: UNICEF Moldova Office, 131, 31 August str., Chisinau or by email at the following address chisinaurecruit@unicef.org (Word Document or PDF) or fax (373 22) 22 02 44.

  Please see the documents below for more details on the position and required application form.

  (See attached file: Vacancy note_SEA Specialist NOC_5Dec2012 - Copy.doc)
(See attached file: P11_template_Eng.doc

 

 

VACANCY NOTICE 

Monitoring and Evaluation Officer, NO-B

Deadline for applications: 23 November 2012

  UNICEF is seeking a highly qualified specialist, with significant expertise in monitoring and evaluation to join us in our efforts to advance the rights of children in Moldova. 

  Purpose:  Under the general supervision of the Deputy Representative, Monitoring and Evaluation Officer is responsible for support to the Deputy Representative office to lead the core roles of monitoring and evaluation and knowledge exchange, ensuring that UNICEF Moldova Country Office has useful, valid and reliable information on the situation of children and women’s rights as well as performance of UNICEF-supported programs, including their relevance, efficiency, effectiveness and sustainability, coordination and coherence. The incumbent is also responsible for assisting the development of national capacities for monitoring, evaluation and research, with special attention to the interest, concern and participation of government, community and civil society stakeholders.

  Interested persons should submit their applications in English i.e. P11, Cover Letter, related recommendation letters and references, if any, with the mark “M&E Officer” by 23 November 2012 to the following address: UNICEF Moldova Office, 131, 31 August str., Chisinau or by email at the following address chisinaurecruit@unicef.org (Word Document or PDF) or fax (373 22) 22 02 44.

  Please see the documents below for more details on the position and required application form.

 

  Vacancy Notice (See attached file: Monitoring and Evaluation Officer, NO-B)

 

 

 

 VACANCY NOTICE 

 Education Specialist, NO-C

 Deadline for applications: 23 November 2012

 UNICEF is seeking a highly qualified specialist, with significant expertise in education to join us in our efforts to advance the rights of children in Moldova. 

Purpose:  Under the guidance of the Chief Health and Education, Education Specialist is responsible for planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of the Education programme  to ensure overall efficiency and effectiveness of the programme management, delivery and accomplishment of the programme goals and objectives. Across the Education programme, he/she is accountable for identifying gender inequalities in education, and for developing innovative approaches and programmes to eliminating these inequalities. Collaborates across the programme(s) to ensure gender mainstreaming. Ensures that monitoring mechanisms are in place to track progress towards disparity reduction goals and targets in Education. Promotes intersectorial partnerships in order to ensure that progress benefits mutually education and other programmes, in particular Health, Nutrition, Water and Environmental Sanitation. Contributes to synergize the work of United Nations agencies in Education.

  Interested persons should submit their applications in English i.e. P11, Cover Letter, related recommendation letters and references, if any, with the mark “Education Specialist” by 23 November 2012 to the following address: UNICEF Moldova Office, 131, 31 August str., Chisinau or by email at the following address chisinaurecruit@unicef.org (Word Document or PDF) or fax (373 22) 22 02 44.

  Please see the documents below for more details on the position and required application form.

 

  Vacancy Notice (See attached file: Education Specialist, NO-C)

 

 

VACANCY NOTICE 

Child Protection (Justice for Children) Specialist, NO-C

  Deadline for applications: 16 November 2012

   UNICEF is seeking a highly qualified specialist, with significant expertise in justice reforms to join us in our efforts to advance the rights of children in Moldova. 

   Purpose: Under the supervision of the Chief of Child Protection section, and in close cooperation with all programme staff, the incumbent of the post will be responsible for the overall planning, development, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of the child care and justice reforms, with special focus on strengthening the system response and services for children in conflict with the law, contact with the law as children victims of violence, abuse and neglect and exploitation.

   Interested persons should submit their applications in English i.e. P11, Cover Letter, related recommendation letters and references, if any, with the mark “CP Specialist” by 16 November 2012 to the following address: UNICEF Moldova Office, 131, 31 August str., Chisinau or by email at the following address chisinaurecruit@unicef.org (Word Document or PDF) or fax (373 22) 22 02 44.

 

  Please see the documents below for more details on the position and required application form.

  Vacancy Notice (See attached file: Child Protection (Justice for Children) Specialist, NO-C
P11 (See attached file: P11_template_Eng.doc)

 

 

 

 

 

Fondul Națiunilor Unite pentru Copii (UNICEF) în Moldova angajează un expert local pentru realizarea studiului primar al fenomenului victimizării copiilor în Republica Moldova

Deadline for applications:  16 October 2012 

  Obiectivele:  Cartografierea tuturor studiilor, rapoartelor, informației cu privire la fenomenul victimizării copiilor în Republica Moldova și prezentarea unui raport de analiză a situației existente în domeniul fenomenului victimizării copiilor în Republica Moldova bazat pe datele disponibile la moment, care va include și lacunele sistemului de monitorizare și va prezenta recomandări în vederea îmbunătățirii sistemului de generare și analiză a datelor în domeniul acestui fenomen. Informația mai ampla și detaiile referitor la planul de activitate și calificările necesare le gasiți în Caietul de sarcini anexat.

   Potențialii candidați trebuie sa trimită o scrisoare de motivare, CV, exemple de lucrări efectuate și scrisorile de recomandare (in Word, PDF) la adresa electronică chisinaurecruit@unicef.org cu mențiunea “Expert local victimizarea copiilor” până la 16 octombrie 2012, ora 17. 00

   Doar persoanele selectate vor fi contactate

   UNICEF is a non-smoking working environment. UNICEF is committed to gender equality in its mandate and its staff. Well qualified candidates, particularly females are strongly encouraged to apply

   We would appreciate a wider circulation in order to reach a broader range of interested candidates!

   (See attached file: TOR_local expert child victimization)

 

 

 

Social and Economic Policy Specialist, NO-C

Deadline for applications: 12 October 2012

   UNICEF is seeking a highly qualified specialist, with significant expertise in social and economic policies to join us in our efforts to advance the rights of children in Moldova.

   Purpose: Under the general guidance of the Deputy Representative, accountable for effective engagement in policy dialogue with the Government to develop social and economic policies which contribute to fulfilment of children’s rights, advocating for increased/secured public resource allocation for the social sectors; and supporting sustainable decentralization of social services and local capacity building towards the goal of universal coverage of essential social services and the creation of a protective environment for children.

   Interested persons should submit their applications in English i.e. P11, Cover Letter, related recommendation letters and references, if any, with the mark “SEA Specialist” by 12 October 2012 to the following address: UNICEF Moldova Office, 131, 31 August str., Chisinau or by email at the following address

  Vacancy Notice (See attached file: Vacancy note Social and Economic Policy Specialist)
P11 (See attached file: P11 template Eng.doc)

 

Programme/Communication Assistant, GS-5

Deadline for applications: 12 October 2012    

   UNICEF is seeking a qualified, motivated team worker to join us in our efforts to advance the rights of children in Moldova.

   Purpose: Under general supervision of the Communication Officer, performs a variety of information gathering, monitoring, technical and administrative services of moderate scope and difficulty, in support of programme activities.

   Interested persons should submit their applications in English i.e. P11, Cover Letter, related recommendation letters and references, if any, with the mark “Communication Assistant” by 12 October 2012 to the following address: UNICEF Moldova Office, 131, 31 August str., Chisinau or by email at the following address chisinaurecruit@unicef.org  (Word Document or PDF) or fax (373 22) 22 02 44.

  Please see the documents below for more details on the position and required application form.

  Vacancy Notice (See attached file: Vacancy note_Programme/Assistant.doc
P11 (See attached file: P11_template_Eng.doc)

 

  Chief Health and Education, NO-D  

  Deadline for applications: 5 October 2012

  Would you like to contribute to help shaping Moldova's health and education reforms?

  Are you a creative, energetic professional with a desire and the skills to make a difference?

  UNICEF Moldova is seeking a highly qualified team leader, with significant expertise in public health or education to join us in our efforts to advance the rights of children in Moldova. The post-holder will work closely senior government officials and civil society leaders, and leads a small team of professionals. It is part of the Management team of the office has significant financial management responsibilities.

  UNICEF offers a dynamic and team-oriented work environment, as well as attractive employment conditions including pension, medical insurance and competitive salary.

  UNICEF is committed to workforce diversity. Well qualified candidates who are persons with disabilities, Roma and other ethnic or religious minorities and persons living with HIV are particularly encouraged to apply.

  Interested persons should submit their applications in English i.e. P11, Cover Letter, related recommendation letters and references, if any, with the mark “Chief Health and Education” by 5 October 2012 to the following address: UNICEF Moldova Office, 131, 31 August str., Chisinau or by email at the following address chisinaurecruit@unicef.org (Word Document or PDF) or fax (373 22) 22 02 44.

  Please see the documents below for more details on the position and required application form.

  Vacancy Notice (See attached file: Vacancy note_Chief Health and Education.doc
P11 (See attached file: P11_template_Eng.doc)




 

 
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