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While translating and self-revising, the reviser will have to meet the established workload and quality standards; develop new terminology for use where none exists in the target language, carry out linguistic research and participate on the preparation of terminological bulletins and glossaries, technical vocabularies and related reference tools; coach and assist temporary and junior translators and brief them on the procedures and practices of the Section, terminology and a number of subjects, as required; participate in drafting or consistency groups; perform other related duties as required (...) The candidate does not meet the major criteria (self-revision/revision and translation of texts on criminal and/or trade law) and meets only some of the work experience (at least five years of translation experience) and education/languages formal criteria: - as stated on his last two e-PAS reports ‘the staff member provided translation … with quality requiring medium to light revision’, and ‘generally, the staff member was not assigned self-revision jobs’; - no terminological and reference research specified; - did not demonstrate his ability to produce his output on screen and, as stated in his last two e-PAS reports, ‘his ability to produce his output on screen remains to be proved’; - did not demonstrate any knowledge of CAT tools; - has limited potential, if any, to coach and assist temporary and junior translators (require revision himself); - did not demonstrate a recognized specialization in economics and legal matters: no experience with UNCITRAL [United Nations Commission on International Trade Law] (until recently one half of the in-session documents was translated in UNHQ) documentation (of special practical significance, as the ongoing everyday work-pressure requires full operational sustainability of anyone entrusted with self-revising functions under this post). (...) In the overall comments on his last e- PAS report (2007-2008) the FRO [the first reporting officer] states that ‘some translation quality upgrading would be in order’ … Experience The candidate meets only some of the criteria, but does not meet the major criteria (self-revision/revision and translation of texts on criminal and/or trade law): - 18 years experience in translation of UN documents; - requires medium to light revision, not assigned self- revision jobs (e-pas); no terminological and reference research specified; - did not demonstrate his ability to produce his output on Case No.
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Score: 438232.4 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2010-065.pdf
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Rees was advised to submit a formal complaint of harassment against the Deputy High Commissioner for Human Rights (DHC) and the Director of the Research and Right to Development Branch (RRDB). Having failed to do so, her insistence on different reporting lines is without merit. (...) Rees’ immediate supervisor was the Chief of RRDB and, from January 2009, her second reporting officer was the Director of the Research and Right to Development Division (RRDD). (...) She then received a memorandum from the HC dated 18 June 2009, which notified her that, effective 1 July 2009, she would be reassigned from her position to a post specifically tasked with undertaking thematic research and advocacy on the issue of sexual orientation and human rights.
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Score: 438232.4 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2012-unat-266.pdf
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By application filed on 21 December 2017, the Applicant, an Administration and Procurement Clerk (GS-4), Administration and Procurement Section, United Nations Institute for Training and Research (“UNITAR”), requests the suspension of action, pending management evaluation, of the decision “not to renew her fixed-term appointment [(“FTA”)] beyond 31 December 2017 except for the limited purpose of exhausting sick leave entitlements”. 2.
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Score: 437682.4 - www.un.org/en/internalj...s/undt/orders/gva-2017-261.pdf
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On 12 July 2019, the Deputy Director informed the Applicant that she would continue in her role of Social Media Research and Projects. Consideration 7. As the Respondent challenges the receivability of the Application, the Tribunal will address this claim first. 8.
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Score: 437682.4 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2020-191.pdf
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With respect to competencies, the P-5 post calls for, inter alia: “excellent analytical, writing and translation skills; highest standards of accuracy, consistency and faithfulness to the spirit, style and nuances of the original text; mastery of terminological and reference research techniques; ability to use all sources of reference and information and to do research; highest level of initiative, political sensitivity, versatility, judgement and discretion […]”. (...) On the other hand, the P-4 post calls for, inter alia: “[…]solid analytical, writing and translation skills; proven ability to produce within established deadlines translation work that meets high standards of accuracy, consistency and faithfulness to the spirit, style and nuances of the original text; a good grasp of terminological and reference research techniques and a proven ability to research and use all sources of reference and terminology; a high degree of initiative, political sensitivity, versatility, judgement and discretion […].”
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Score: 434313.13 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2011-092.pdf
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She has extensive professional academic experience, including teaching and research. Prior to her position with UNDP, she was a Senior Researcher at the Institute for International Economic and Political Studies at the Russian Academy of Sciences in Moscow.
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Score: 430197.85 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2011-045.pdf
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A review of VM’s curriculum vitae indicates that he did not have “the minimum five years experience of research on population policy required in the vacancy announcement, and thus was not eligible for selection on the post” while he himself met all the necessary requirements; d. (...) Indeed, the sole focus of the Applicant’s application is that, following the transfer of the initially appointed candidate, the second choice candidate that had previously been rostered and was subsequently appointed did not have the required “five years experience of research on population policy” for the Post. The Applicant further states that proving or disproving whether VM had the required experience is what would determine whether his due process rights were violated. 27.
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Score: 430197.85 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2012-176.pdf
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The retrospective evaluation made by the former Chief of Research and Right to Development Branch at the request of the Respondent was carried out against the letter and the spirit of ST/AI/2002/3. (...) The retrospective performance evaluation memorandum made by the former Chief of Research and Right to Development Branch is not to be included in the Applicant’s OSF and copies of the two judgments in this case are to be placed therein.
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Score: 430197.85 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2011-201.pdf
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While UNRWA is governed by its internal rules and regulations and not the national laws of its Member States, UNRWA staff at the university and college level derive all their regulations from, and follow, the instructions of the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research of Jordan, including the curriculum and administrative working hours, the standards regarding the minimum number of teachers and number of students accepted in each specialization and all aspects of the educational process. (...) They attach memoranda from the University of Balqa’ and the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research of Jordan, to which the colleges adhere in all aspects of the educational process. 10.
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Score: 430197.85 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2018-UNAT-894.pdf
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Fayek-Rezk that she would continue in her role of Social Media Research and Projects as it had been defined in the 14 February 2019 e-mail from the Chief of the Social Media Section and extensively explained her role. 9. (...) Fayek-Rezk's 8 July request, the Deputy Director stated: … we would like you to continue the role of Social Media Research and Projects. In relation to the functions of day-to-day content management of social media accounts in French, this function will continue to be handled by [a G-5 staff member], and she will be joined by [another staff member] full-time from August 1st.
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Score: 430197.85 - www.un.org/en/internalj...t/judgments/2021-UNAT-1162.pdf
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