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UNESCO recruits National Programme Officers on HIV and AIDS in Angola

Closing date for receiving applications for Angola 26 February 2012.

The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) is seeking applications for a National Programme Officer on HIV and AIDS positions, for Angola.

The National Programme Officer (NPO) on HIV and AIDS will operate under the direct supervision of the UNESCO Cluster Office in Windhoek, Namibia. This is an Appointment of Limited Duration (ALD) at level C (NOC) for an initial period of one year, with salaries being in accordance with United Nations scales.

Individuals engaged under the ALD scheme are governed by provisions of the UNESCO Staff Regulations and General Conditions applicable to Appointments of Limited Duration (“General Conditions”) as established by the Director-General of UNESCO. The ALD provides adequate social security coverage and medical care.

The full job description including terms of reference can be accessed in the link above.

Additional information about UNESCO and its work on HIV and AIDS is available from following website: http://www.unesco.org/aids

Individuals willing to apply to this position are invited to submit their CV, a cover letter supporting their application, as well as the names and contact details of three referees, either by post or email, to:

Mr. Matthias LANSARD / Ms. Melanie SETO
UNESCO Windhoek
Cluster Office to Angola, Lesotho, Namibia, Swaziland and South Africa
UN House
38-44 Stein Street
P.O. Box 24519

Email: m.lansard@unesco.org and m.seto@unesco.org

Applications from people living with HIV are particularly welcome

Author(s) UNESCO Office Windhoek
Source UNESCO Office Windhoek
Website 1 (URL) UNESCO and its work on HIV and AIDS
Editorial Contact: Mr. Matthias LANSARD
- Email m.lansard@unesco.org
Publication Date 10 Dec 2011
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