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21 December 2018 - UNICEF Bhutan Country Office is looking for a young enthusiastic communications and social media intern for 6 months (Bhutanese nationals only) to support our social media initiatives and campaigns. He/she must possess knowledge of digital media and various social media sites. The successful candidate will be responsible for posting and monitoring on social media sites, and participating in online outreach and promotion.
For more details on the qualification of the intern, remuneration, evaluation criteria and the detailed ToR, please contact Laxmi N. Upreti, UNICEF Bhutan Country Office at Kawajangsa at 322424 and email ID firstname.lastname@example.org
Interested Interns may submit the following documents in the same Email ID mentioned above latest by 5:30 PM Bhutan Time, 3 January 2019:
1) Cover letter
2) Most current CV and P11
P-11 form available at: http://www.unicef.org/supply/files/UN_Personal_History_Form.doc
Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.
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