Programme Assistant – HIV/AIDS
VACANCY NOTICE # TAC-12-003
External/Internal (UNICEF/UN Agencies)
Title: Programme Assistant – HIV/AIDS
Duty station: Regional Office for Latin America and the Caribbean – Panama
Date of Entry: 1 January 2013
Type of Contract: Fixed Term
Level: GS-5 (General Service Category)
Under the guidance of the Regional Adviser HIV/AIDS, responsible for the financial control, monitoring and management, liquidation, contracting, supply, file management, intra-and inter office communication, and overall secretarial support.
Completion of secondary education.
Five years of office experience, including record-keeping and processing of information.
Advance knowledge of administration, financial management or accounting.
Advance knowledge of current computer software systems, preferably those used by UNICEF.
Fluency in Spanish and English required.
Ability to work in an international and multicultural environment.
Good written and oral communication skills.
Good organizational skills.
Highly responsible individual with the following competencies:
Core Values: Commitment, Diversity and Inclusion and Integrity.
Core Competencies: Communication, Working with People and Drive for Results.
Functional Competencies: Analyzing, Applying Technical Expertise, Planning and Organizing and Following Instructions and Procedures.
How to apply:
Please send your application letter, CV and Personal History Form P-11 under Ref: Vacancy Notice #TAC-12-003, Programme Assistant – HIV/AIDS.
Complete application form by accessing the following link: https://www.unicef.org/lac/contact_3343.htm and submit to email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing Date: 25 November 2012
Applications will be considered only if accompanied by an updated CV and the P-11 as well as the two most recent PER/Personnel Evaluations (mandatory for UNICEF & UN candidates.)
UNICEF is a smoke-free environment. UNICEF welcomes applications from qualified women and encourages applications from qualified persons with disabilities. Candidates will be treated regardless of religion, social status, age and HIV status.