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. · Previous experience in implementation of Integrated Disease Surveillance and Response (IDSR), is required; · Previous work experience, in a developing country context, collaborating with multiple actors in public health surveillance is desirable; · Prior humanitarian work experience at the field level, with WHO/UN system, health cluster partners, relevant non-governmental or humanitarian organizations, with expertise in disaster and outbreak response, is desirable; · Strong overall computer literacy, including proficiency in various MS Office applications (Excel, Word, etc.) and office technology equipment; · Valid driver’s license [yes/no]; · Proven ability to multitask across various planning and implementation processes within a highly demanding environment; b) Competencies and values: WHO to edit and update for each assignment as required. Professionalism: demonstrated understanding of operations relevant to WHO; technical capabilities or knowledge relevant or transferrable to WHO procedures and rules; discretion, political sensitivity, diplomacy and tact to deal with clients; ability to apply good judgement; ability to liaise and coordinate with a range of different actors, especially in senior positions; where appropriate, high degree of autonomy, personal initiative and ability to take ownership; resourcefulness and willingness to accept wide responsibilities and ability to work independently under established procedures; ability to manage information objectively, accurately and confidentially; responsive and client-oriented; Integrity: demonstrate the values and ethical standards of the UN and WHO in daily activities and behaviours while acting without consideration of personal gains; resist undue political pressure in decision-making; stand by decisions that are in the organization’s interest even if they are unpopular; take prompt action in cases of unprofessional or unethical behaviour; does not abuse power or authority; Teamwork and respect for diversity: ability to operate effectively across organizational boundaries; excellent interpersonal skills; ability to establish and maintain effective partnerships and harmonious working relations in a multi-cultural, multi-ethnic, mixed-gender environment with sensitivity and respect for diversity; sensitivity and adaptability to culture, gender, religion, nationality and age; commitment to implementing the goal of gender equality by ensuring the equal participation and full involvement of women and men in all aspects of UN operations; ability to achieve common goals and provide guidance or training to colleagues; Commitment to continuous learning: initiative and willingness to learn new skills and stay abreast of new developments in area of expertise; ability to adapt to changes in work environment. Planning and organizing: effective organizational and problem-solving skills and ability to manage a large volume of work in an efficient and timely manner; ability to establish priorities and to plan, coordinate and monitor (own) work; ability to work under pressure, with conflicting deadlines, and to handle multiple concurrent projects/activities; Communication: proven interpersonal skills; good spoken and written communication skills, including ability to prepare clear and concise reports; ability to conduct presentations, articulate options and positions concisely; ability to make and defend recommendations; ability to communicate and empathize with staff (including national staff), military personnel, volunteers, counterparts and local interlocutors coming from very diverse backgrounds; capacity to transfer information and knowledge to a wide range of different target groups; Flexibility: adaptability and ability to live and work in potentially hazardous and remote conditions, involving physical hardship and little comfort; to operate independently in austere environments for protracted periods; willingness to travel within the area of operations and to transfer to other duty stations within the area of operations as necessary; Genuine commitment towards the principles of voluntary engagement, which includes solidarity, compassion, reciprocity and self-reliance; and commitment towards the WHO’s mission and vision, as well as to the UN Core Values. c) Language skills Choose an item. spoken and written [language(s)] is required; Choose an item.
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Score: 631453.9 - https://www.unv.org/sites/default/files/Epidemiologist.docx
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It's about ability campaign posters | UNICEF Skip to main content Montenegro Toggle navigation Crnogorski English Shqip Global Links Visit UNICEF Global High contrast Montenegro EXPLORE UNICEF UNICEF in Montenegro Our Representative Our Ambassador Tenders Vacancies UN Partner portal The EU and UNICEF partnership Young reporters Donate Main navigation What we do Publications and surveys News and stories Campaigns Search area has closed. (...) Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Page It's about ability campaign posters It's about ability UNICEF Montenegro Available in: Crnogorski English It's about ability campaign posters Footer UNICEF Montenegro Home Publications and surveys Stories Campaigns About us Our Representative Our Goodwill Ambassador Media Center Ethical guidelines Donate Social Footer Secondary Contact Legal Footer tertiary Report fraud, abuse, wrongdoing
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Score: 631246.7 - https://www.unicef.org/montene...about-ability-campaign-posters
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.), and office technology equipment; · Valid driver’s license [yes/no]; · Proven ability to multitask across various planning and implementation processes within a highly demanding environment; Functional Knowledge and Skills: · Demonstrated knowledge of principles, disciplines and techniques to implement monitoring and evaluation strategies; · Advanced ability to gather, analyse and disseminate information and results-based management systems. b) Competencies and values: WHO to edit and update for each assignment as required. Professionalism: demonstrated understanding of operations relevant WHO; technical capabilities or knowledge relevant or transferrable to WHO procedures and rules; discretion, political sensitivity, diplomacy and tact to deal with clients; ability to apply good judgement; ability to liaise and coordinate with a range of different actors, especially in senior positions; where appropriate, high degree of autonomy, personal initiative and ability to take ownership; resourcefulness and willingness to accept wide responsibilities and ability to work independently under established procedures; ability to manage information objectively, accurately and confidentially; responsive and client-oriented; Integrity: demonstrate the values and ethical standards of the UN and WHO in daily activities and behaviours while acting without consideration of personal gains; resist undue political pressure in decision-making; stand by decisions that are in the organization’s interest even if they are unpopular; take prompt action in cases of unprofessional or unethical behaviour; does not abuse power or authority; Teamwork and respect for diversity: ability to operate effectively across organizational boundaries; excellent interpersonal skills; ability to establish and maintain effective partnerships and harmonious working relations in a multi-cultural, multi-ethnic, mixed-gender environment with sensitivity and respect for diversity; sensitivity and adaptability to culture, gender, religion, nationality and age; commitment to implementing the goal of gender equality by ensuring the equal participation and full involvement of women and men in all aspects of UN operations; ability to achieve common goals and provide guidance or training to colleagues; Commitment to continuous learning: initiative and willingness to learn new skills and stay abreast of new developments in area of expertise; ability to adapt to changes in work environment. Planning and organizing: effective organizational and problem-solving skills and ability to manage a large volume of work in an efficient and timely manner; ability to establish priorities and to plan, coordinate and monitor (own) work; ability to work under pressure, with conflicting deadlines, and to handle multiple concurrent projects/activities; Communication: proven interpersonal skills; good spoken and written communication skills, including ability to prepare clear and concise reports; ability to conduct presentations, articulate options and positions concisely; ability to make and defend recommendations; ability to communicate and empathize with staff (including national staff), military personnel, volunteers, counterparts and local interlocutors coming from very diverse backgrounds; capacity to transfer information and knowledge to a wide range of different target groups; Flexibility: adaptability and ability to live and work in potentially hazardous and remote conditions, involving physical hardship and little comfort; to operate independently in austere environments for protracted periods; willingness to travel within the area of operations and to transfer to other duty stations within the area of operations as necessary; Genuine commitment towards the principles of voluntary engagement, which includes solidarity, compassion, reciprocity and self-reliance; and commitment towards WHO’s mission and vision, as well as to the UN Core Values. c) Language skills Choose an item. spoken and written [language(s)] is required; Choose an item.
Language:English
Score: 631046.24 - https://www.unv.org/sites/defa...on_Specailist_emergencies.docx
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.), and office technology equipment; · Fluency in spoken and written [primary UN language]; [and/or] working knowledge of [other UN language]; [and/or] knowledge of [local language] is an advantage; [adjust depending on the country context]; · Valid driver’s license [yes/no]; · Proven ability to multitask across various planning and implementation processes within a highly demanding environment; Functional Knowledge and Skills: · In-depth knowledge of public health programmes with focus on prevention and control of NCDs and their major risk factors, health system, and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs); · Demonstrated knowledge and experience of operational management of health aspects/consequences of humanitarian crises and outbreaks in field settings; · Demonstrated skills in proposal and report writing, knowledge of and experience with needs assessments in emergency settings, strategic information analysis and planning and ability to anticipate new trends in the field of public health and take actions accordingly; · Capacity building skills for the development, implementation and analysis of technical cooperation programmes and activities, including the development of programmatic indicators. b) Competencies and values: WHO to edit and update for each assignment as required. Professionalism: demonstrated understanding of operations relevant to WHO; technical capabilities or knowledge relevant or transferrable to WHO procedures and rules; discretion, political sensitivity, diplomacy and tact to deal with clients; ability to apply good judgement; ability to liaise and coordinate with a range of different actors, especially in senior positions; where appropriate, high degree of autonomy, personal initiative and ability to take ownership; resourcefulness and willingness to accept wide responsibilities and ability to work independently under established procedures; ability to manage information objectively, accurately and confidentially; responsive and client-oriented; Integrity: demonstrate the values and ethical standards of the UN and WHO in daily activities and behaviours while acting without consideration of personal gains; resist undue political pressure in decision-making; stand by decisions that are in the organization’s interest even if they are unpopular; take prompt action in cases of unprofessional or unethical behaviour; does not abuse power or authority; Teamwork and respect for diversity: ability to operate effectively across organizational boundaries; excellent interpersonal skills; ability to establish and maintain effective partnerships and harmonious working relations in a multi-cultural, multi-ethnic, mixed-gender environment with sensitivity and respect for diversity; sensitivity and adaptability to culture, gender, religion, nationality and age; commitment to implementing the goal of gender equality by ensuring the equal participation and full involvement of women and men in all aspects of UN operations; ability to achieve common goals and provide guidance or training to colleagues; Commitment to continuous learning: initiative and willingness to learn new skills and stay abreast of new developments in area of expertise; ability to adapt to changes in work environment. Planning and organizing: effective organizational and problem-solving skills and ability to manage a large volume of work in an efficient and timely manner; ability to establish priorities and to plan, coordinate and monitor (own) work; ability to work under pressure, with conflicting deadlines, and to handle multiple concurrent projects/activities; Communication: proven interpersonal skills; good spoken and written communication skills, including ability to prepare clear and concise reports; ability to conduct presentations, articulate options and positions concisely; ability to make and defend recommendations; ability to communicate and empathize with staff (including national staff), military personnel, volunteers, counterparts and local interlocutors coming from very diverse backgrounds; capacity to transfer information and knowledge to a wide range of different target groups; Flexibility: adaptability and ability to live and work in potentially hazardous and remote conditions, involving physical hardship and little comfort; to operate independently in austere environments for protracted periods; willingness to travel within the area of operations and to transfer to other duty stations within the area of operations as necessary; Genuine commitment towards the principles of voluntary engagement, which includes solidarity, compassion, reciprocity and self-reliance; and commitment towards WHO’s mission and vision, as well as to the UN Core Values. c) Language skills Choose an item. spoken and written [language(s)] is required; Choose an item.
Language:English
Score: 631046.24 - https://www.unv.org/sites/defa...les/Public_Health_Officer.docx
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C-5-16 Managing The capability of managing Manageability is Network networks networks involves the required to be manager abilities of configuring, supported in IoT in monitoring, accounting and order to ensure charging, optimizing, normal operations. diagnosing, and recovering networks of the IoT, and updating network software to enhance capabilities of networks of the IoT. C-5-17 Managing The capability of managing Manageability is Service manager services services involves the required to be abilities of describing, supported in IoT in configuring, monitoring, order to ensure accounting and charging, normal operations. optimizing, recovering, and updating services of the IoT. C-5-18 Managing data The capability of managing Manageability is IoT data server operations data operations involves the required to be abilities of configuring, supported in IoT in monitoring, accounting and order to ensure charging, optimizing, and normal operations. recovering data operations, and updating software related with data operations to enhance capabilities of the IoT.
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Score: 630549.07 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ.../files/basic-html/page512.html
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Competencies Core competencies Innovation Ability to make new and useful ideas work Leadership Ability to persuade others to follow People Management Ability to improve performance and satisfaction Communication Ability to listen, adapt, persuade and transform Delivery Ability to get things done while exercising good judgement Technical/functional competencies Information Systems & Technology (General) General enquires Email: unv.media@unv.org Tel: +49-228-815 2000 Fax: +49-228-815 2001 Partnership enquires Email: partnershipsupport@unv.org Tel: +49-228-815 2000 Fax: +49-228-815 2001 4 Knowledge of IST innovations and concepts and ability to apply them to strategic and/or practical situations Service Delivery Coordination Ability to coordinate and deliver services in line with service level agreements and standards of excellence in UN Bonn Results-based Management Ability to manage programmes and projects with a strategy aimed at improved performance and demonstrable results Relationship Management Ability to engage with other parties and forge productive working relationships Required Skills and Experience Education Master’s degree in project management, ICT, facility management or equivalent. (...) Language requirement Fluency in English and German General enquires Email: unv.media@unv.org Tel: +49-228-815 2000 Fax: +49-228-815 2001 Partnership enquires Email: partnershipsupport@unv.org Tel: +49-228-815 2000 Fax: +49-228-815 2001 5 Sustainable Development Goal: Other Ability to communicate technical matters clearly and convincingly. Strong analytical skills with the ability to collect, organize, analyze, and disseminate significant amounts of information with attention to detail and accuracy.
Language:English
Score: 630497.27 - https://www.unv.org/node/31387/pdf
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. · [Other desired/mandatory required technical knowledge] · Ability to work inclusively and collaboratively with a range of partners, including civil society and authorities at different levels; · Ability to work and adapt professionally and effectively in a challenging environment; ability to work effectively in a multicultural team of international and national personnel; · Driving license required: No b) Competencies and values: [Edit as required]: · Professionalism: demonstrated understanding of operations relevant to UNDP; technical capabilities or knowledge relevant or transferrable to UNDP procedures and rules; discretion, political sensitivity, diplomacy and tact to deal with clients; ability to apply good judgement; ability to liaise and coordinate with a range of different actors, especially in senior positions; where appropriate, high degree of autonomy, personal initiative and ability to take ownership; resourcefulness and willingness to accept wide responsibilities and ability to work independently under established procedures; ability to manage information objectively, accurately and confidentially; responsive and client-oriented; · Integrity: demonstrate the values and ethical standards of the UN and UNDP in daily activities and behaviours while acting without consideration of personal gains; resist undue political pressure in decision-making; stand by decisions that are in the organization’s interest even if they are unpopular; take prompt action in cases of unprofessional or unethical behaviour; does not abuse power or authority; · Teamwork and respect for diversity: ability to operate effectively across organizational boundaries; excellent interpersonal skills; ability to establish and maintain effective partnerships and harmonious working relations in a multi-cultural, multi-ethnic, mixed-gender environment with sensitivity and respect for diversity; sensitivity and adaptability to culture, gender, religion, nationality and age; commitment to implementing the goal of gender equality by ensuring the equal participation and full involvement of women and men in all aspects of UN operations; ability to achieve common goals and provide guidance or training to colleagues; · Commitment to continuous learning: initiative and willingness to learn new skills and stay abreast of new developments in area of expertise; ability to adapt to changes in work environment. · Planning and organizing: effective organizational and problem-solving skills and ability to manage a large volume of work in an efficient and timely manner; ability to establish priorities and to plan, coordinate and monitor (own) work; ability to work under pressure, with conflicting deadlines, and to handle multiple concurrent projects/activities; · Communication: proven interpersonal skills; good spoken and written communication skills, including ability to prepare clear and concise reports; ability to conduct presentations, articulate options and positions concisely; ability to make and defend recommendations; ability to communicate and empathize with staff (including national staff), military personnel, volunteers, counterparts and local interlocutors coming from very diverse backgrounds; capacity to transfer information and knowledge to a wide range of different target groups; · Flexibility: adaptability and ability to live and work in potentially hazardous and remote conditions, involving physical hardship and little comfort; to operate independently in austere environments for protracted periods; willingness to travel within the area of operations and to transfer to other duty stations within the area of operations as necessary; · Genuine commitment towards the principles of voluntary engagement, which includes solidarity, compassion, reciprocity and self-reliance; and commitment towards UNDP’s mission and vision, as well as to the UN Core Values. c) Language skills Choose an item. spoken and written [language(s)] is required; Choose an item. (...) Therefore, flexibility and the ability and willingness to live and work in harsh and potentially hazardous conditions, involving physical hardship and little comfort, are essential. 16.
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Score: 630348.54 - https://www.unv.org/sites/defa...t/files/Finance_Officer_0.docx
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THE ABILITY TO: • Initiate new partnerships, including with the private sector and media. • Anticipate changing priorities, working with partners to create long-term and sustainable opportunities. • Act as a credible and convincing spokesperson and negotiator for UNICEF. (...) Level 1 THE ABILITY TO: • Clarify and shape the team’s role and purpose in delivering UNICEF’s priorities. (...) Level 1 THE ABILITY TO: • Provide team managers with the needed direction to achieve results and hold them accountable. • Create inclusive teams, reflective of the diverse nature of the UNICEF workforce. • Recognize individual contribution and acknowledge team success. • Create opportunities for all colleagues to be heard and facilitate constructive discussions. • Dedicate time and energy to the well-being of colleagues, monitoring emotional reactions and their ability to adjust to challenging circumstances.
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Score: 629290.97 - https://www.unicef.org/careers...F%27s_Competency_Framework.pdf
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. • Excellent computer skills with MS Office; other platforms a plus • Well-honed ability to translate complex concepts into clear and concise language for external audiences; • Ability to be flexible and respond to changes to text as part of the review and feedback process; • Strong interpersonal skills, able to communicate and work with people of different geographical and cultural backgrounds; • Demonstrated ability to meet deadlines and work under pressure. • Design skills would be a plus. (...) Communication: Outstanding communication skills in English, both orally and in writing. Proven ability to write clearly, concisely and effectively across a variety of digital channels. Ability to tailor language, tone, style and format to the audience.
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Score: 629002.83 - https://www.unssc.org/sites/de...file/2022-04/AF_003_2022_0.pdf
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Article Launching of the new “It’s About Ability” campaign TV commercial for 2013 Every fourth citizen has changed positively behavior towards children with disabilities UNICEF Montenegro UNICEF Crna Gora / Duško Miljanić / 2013 Available in: Crnogorski English 25 April 2013 PODGORICA, APRIL 25, 2013  - Montenegrin national handball team player, Olympic silver medalist and European champion,  Anđela Bulatović , together with UNICEF and Special Olympics representatives, presented the new It’s About Ability campaign TV commercial. (...) It’s about ability. Anđela Bulatović, Olympic silver medalist and European champion UNICEF Montenegro Representative,  Benjamin Perks , thanked to Anđela for reading the key message of the new TV commercial. (...) "Through this TV commercial we invite all schools, all sports clubs and all communities to make arrangements to support children with disability to access playgrounds and sports facilities, and engage in sports and play with their peers, because disability does not define a child. Potential and ability do," Mr. Benjamin Perks concluded. It’s About Ability campaign was initiated by UNICEF and the Government of Montenegro in 2010 in order to promote equal rights and opportunities for children with disability in Montenegro.
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Score: 629002.83 - https://www.unicef.org/montene...ty-campaign-tv-commercial-2013
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