Job vacancies at UNICEF Laos

The UNICEF Laos office, based in Vientiane capital, works across a variety of areas to support children in Lao PDR. 

Current vacancies:

1) Nutrition Officer, IMIS No. 11545 Level: (NO-B) UNICEF Vientiane, Lao PDR
Closing date for receiving applications is: Friday, 28th July 2017
online applications:

2) WASH Monitoring Engineer Based in Saravan Province.
Closing date for receiving applications is: Friday, 4th August 2017
online applications:

3) Communication for Development (C4D) in improving routine immunization
UNICEF Vientiane, Lao-PDR
Closing date for receiving applications is: Friday, 28th July 2017
online applications:

4) Stretch Assignment - Education Specialist at (P3/NOC) level, UNICEF Lao-PDR.
How to Apply:
This opportunity is open to all fixed term and/or permanent staff currently working at UNICEF.
To apply, please take the following steps:
• If interested, please discuss the assignment with your supervisor and obtain your supervisor’s agreement for your application to be submitted. The agreement of your supervisor is a pre-requisite for any such stretch assignment.
• Upon receipt of supervisor’s agreement, they should send an e-mail with the title of Stretch Assignment to:  with a copy to:  by cob: Friday, 28th July 2017.
• The e-mail should include an up-to-date P-11 or e-recruitment profile, two latest PERs and a cover letter outlining motivation for applying and career goals.
• Candidates considered potentially well matched for the stretch assignment will be contacted for an informal interview.  Supervisors may also be contacted for references.
Interested staff are invited to apply through our global e-Recruitment site at the following link:


Download Personal History Form UN P.11 is available, Click for WORD file and PDF file. 

For other opportunities, please visit our global website.



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