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UNDP Bangladesh is calling for Applications for Unpaid Internship at the Women’s Access to Justice Project.

Please see the official circular and application process at UNDP Job Portal

Summary

  • Possible Starting Date – May 8, 2016
  • Duration of Contract – 3 Months
  • Application Deadline – 30 April, 2016
Duties and Responsibilities
Under the overall guidance of the Programme Analyst, Governance Cluster, the key functions of the incumbent are:

  • Support the governance cluster with the new Human Rights Programme and maintain liaison with the Human Rights Commission on various project related issues.
  • Support the governance cluster with the Youth Project and assist in the planning phase of the project activity.
  • Research, collect, analyze and edit documents related to Youth Project.
  • Attend various meetings under governance cluster and take notes and prepare comprehensive meeting minutes.
  • Coordination among different stakeholders including development partners.
  • Assist in managing social media and other formal/informal engagement activities on cluster projects.
  • Assist in the organizing conferences/events/workshops under governance cluster.
  • Coordination of mission from Afghanistan.
  • Logistics and coordination support relating to Governance projects.
  • Participate in other tasks as required by the cluster.
Qualification Requirements:

  • Enrolment in Master degree programme in Economics, Development Studies, communications, Public Policy, Public Administration or a related field. Only those students who will return to their studies upon completion of their internship assignments are eligible. (Letter of enrolment from school will be requested from the selected applicants).
  • Eagerness to learn about UNDP practice areas and their application on national, regional and international level.
  • Excellent level of English language skill in writing, editing, reading and speaking.
  • Good planning skills demonstrated through good time management, capacity to plan, and deliver tasks on time.
  • Willingness to participate in all aspects of UNDP programme activities.
  • Strong computer skills, particularly of MS Word, and e-mail applications.

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