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- Madison, Wisconsin
- EXTENSION/NATURAL RESOURCES INSTITUTE DIRECTOR
- Partially Remote
- Staff-Full Time
- Opening at: Nov 17 2023 at 16:50 CST
- Closing at: Dec 5 2023 at 23:55 CST
This grant-funded Project Manager position will manage one or more statewide, multi-state and/or national projects with a multi-disciplinary staff of professionals in and outside of Wisconsin. The Project Manager will work with a team of professionals in adult education, evaluation, marketing, instructional design, natural resource management, curriculum development, 508 conformance and natural resource education/outreach. The Project Manager will work with an internal team and external partners to develop, implement and evaluate a targeted educational program. This targeted program will increase the number of trained professionals providing conservation-related services to rural landowners. The Project Manager will facilitate internal processes that support the team delivering this program, ensuring the team produces a high-quality educational program that meets program partner requirements. The Project Manager will ensure that long-term objectives and strategies are collaboratively developed and implemented consistent with project goals. The Project Manager will work within and improve upon established project management best practices that support the program. Familiarity and experience with education and natural resources are not required but would be useful for understanding the program and identifying ways to generate process and product improvements. The mission of the Division of Extension's Conservation Professional Training Program is to train and empower conservation advisors (public sector, private sector, and NGOs) to work one-on-one with rural landowners and farmers to improve the management of soil, water and air resources. The project manager is engaged in managing the deliverables in one or more grant-funded projects providing online, in person, or hybrid training to our audiences. The ideal candidate will be self-motivated with excellent interpersonal skills to foster a collegial working environment. The Division of Extension has a deep and profound commitment to diversity, inclusion, and equity, believing that these values are foundational elements to eliminate disparities and expanding access for all. As Extension, we acknowledge the need for strategic and coordinated actions that help us form a more equitable, anti-racist, non-biased, and inclusive organization. ( https://blogs.extension.wisc.edu/oaic/call-to-action/ ). As such, all Extension employees are expected to foster and promote the values of diversity and inclusion. The target start date for this position is January 2024.
- 30% Creates a project plan, monitors progress and performance against the project plan, and identifies, resolves, or escalates risks and issues
- 15% Facilitates the estimation of project costs, resources, and time required to complete the assigned phase of a project and monitors activities, negotiates for resources, and assigns tasks to ensure these targets are met. Follows established change control processes if targets can no longer be met
- 15% Prepares regular reports to communicate the status of the project within and beyond the project team
- 20% Sets priorities, allocates tasks, and collaborates with project staff to meet project targets and milestones
- 10% Prepares regular reports to communicate the status of the project within and beyond the project team.
- 10% Sets priorities, allocates tasks, and collaborates with project staff to meet project targets and milestones.
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Diversity is a source of strength, creativity, and innovation for UW-Madison. We value the contributions of each person and respect the profound ways their identity, culture, background, experience, status, abilities, and opinion enrich the university community. We commit ourselves to the pursuit of excellence in teaching, research, outreach, and diversity as inextricably linked goals. The University of Wisconsin-Madison fulfills its public mission by creating a welcoming and inclusive community for people from every background - people who as students, faculty, and staff serve Wisconsin and the world. For more information on diversity and inclusion on campus, please visit: Diversity and Inclusion
Preferred Bachelor's Degree
Required: - Two (2) or more years of experience in project management or managing programs or large projects as part of other job duties - Experience with project management tools, such as Monday.com, Smartsheet, Asana, Trello, and/or similar tools. - Experience engaging/managing a hybrid team (project staff both site and remote). - Experience managing multiple projects simultaneously. Preferred: - Experience working with a team of learning designers especially in the eLearning context. - Familiarity with or experience working with federal or state government agricultural conservation agencies. - Familiarity with or experience working in, or in partnership with, an institution of higher education. - Experience with grant writing, funding research, and completing progress and project reports.
Full Time: 100% This position may require some work to be performed in-person, onsite, at a designated campus work location. Some work may be performed remotely, at an offsite, non-campus work location.
Appointment Type, Duration:
Minimum $75,000 ANNUAL (12 months) Depending on Qualifications
Employees in this position can expect to receive benefits such as generous vacation, holidays, and paid time off; competitive insurances and savings accounts; retirement benefits. Benefits information can be found at ( https://hr.wisc.edu/benefits/ )
The University of Wisconsin-Madison has a remote work policy that offers the potential for remote or hybrid work. More about that policy within the Division of Extension can be found here: https://kb.wisc.edu/extension/113536 . Please note that successful applicants are responsible for ensuring their eligibility to work in the United States (i.e. a citizen or national of the United States, a lawful permanent resident, a foreign national authorized to work in the United States without need of employer sponsorship) on or before the effective date of appointment.
How to Apply:
We are eager to learn more about how your experience and passion may align with this position. Please submit a cover letter referring to your related work experience and a resume detailing your educational and professional background.
Your cover letter should communicate your interest in the position and how your skillset aligns with the role. Please address how your experience and/or skills align with all of the required qualifications and as many of the preferred qualifications as possible. The application reviewers will be relying on written application materials to determine who may advance to preliminary interviews.
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- Closing at: Nov 26 2023 at 23:55 MST
Arizona Department of Education
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Assessment and NAEP Section
Salary: $50,000 - $53,000
Closing date: 11/26/2023.
• This position is responsible for supporting the programs in the Assessment and NAEP Section by supporting the day to day tasks of the Achievement Assessment Program. This position will primarily focus on providing support by reading and answering various inbox emails and answering the Assessment Section's main telephone line; In addition, this position support the Assessment and NAEP Section by processing and maintaining current District Test Coordinator and Security Agreements; coordinating, maintaining, and preserving all history concerning the Assessment Section; planning and assisting with materials preparation and the logistical setup of meetings and conferences for testing programs; overseeing and maintaining all materials located in the Assessment Section's secure room. • Occasional in-state travel is required for this position. The Arizona Department of Education currently utilizes a hybrid work environment, with up to two days of remote work (contingent upon business needs). Candidates should apply with an ability and willingness to work in-office up to five days per week as business needs necessitate.
• Coordinate, maintain and document all historical tasks/decisions (timeline) concerning the Assessment Section • Oversee and maintain an inventory of all materials (tests, manuals, files, computers, LCDs, secure shred items, etc.) located in the Assessment Section's secure room • Answer/Triage phone calls coming into the Assessment and NAEP Section's main line and read/answer various inbox emails • Plan and assist with materials preparation and the logistical setup of meetings and conferences for all testing programs
Knowledge in: • Public school educational practices with an emphasis on student assessment • Federal and state statutes; state Board of Education and department standards, policies, procedures,rules, and regulations relating to Arizona public school education • Project planning, procedural documentation • Ccomputer programs available for use within the Assessment Section Skills in: • Editing and proofreading various materials. • Researching various educational topics. • Oral and written communications • Project planning, procedural documentation • Verbally and graphically outlining project needs • Lstening for understanding • Teaching/providing professional development to educators • Problem solving strategies • Program planning • Intermediate to advanced skill in using Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Teams Ability to: • Establish project objectives/performance goals and assess progress toward their achievement • Work effectively as a team member with a variety of individuals from diverse professional backgrounds • Work independently or to seek out other appropriate personnel for answering complex inquiries • Establish and maintain effective working relationships • Communicate complex information to a variety of individuals, using both written and verbal forms of communication, in a clear and concise manner • Apply systems thinking • Manage multiple projects
• Offers are contingent upon successful completion of all background and reference checks, required documents and, if applicable, a post-offer medical/physical evaluation.
If this position requires driving or the use of a vehicle as an essential function of the job to conduct State business, then the following requirements apply: Driver’s License Requirements.
All newly hired State employees are subject to and must successfully complete the Electronic Employment Eligibility Verification Program (E-Verify).
The State of Arizona provides an excellent comprehensive benefits package including: • Affordable medical, dental, life, and short-term disability insurance plans • Top-ranked retirement and long-term disability plans • Ten paid holidays per year • Vacation time accrued at 4.00 hours bi-weekly for the first 3 years • Sick time accrued at 3.70 hours bi-weekly • Deferred compensation plan • Wellness plans
For a complete list of benefits provided by The State of Arizona, please visit our benefits page
You will be required to participate in the Arizona State Retirement System (ASRS) upon your 27th week of employment, subject to waiting period. On or shortly after, your first day of employment you will be provided with enrollment instructions and effective date.
The State of Arizona is an Equal Opportunity/Reasonable Accommodation Employer. Persons with a disability may request a reasonable accommodation such as a sign language interpreter or an alternative format by calling (602) 542-3186 or emailing [email protected]. Requests should be made as early as possible to allow sufficient time to arrange the accommodation.
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All Arizona state employees operate within the Arizona Management System (AMS), an intentional, results-driven approach for doing the work of state government whereby every employee reflects on performance, reduces waste, and commits to continuous improvement with sustainable progress. Through AMS, every state employee seeks to understand customer needs, identify problems, improve processes, and measure results. State employees are highly engaged, collaborative and embrace a culture of public service.
The State of Arizona is an Equal Opportunity/Reasonable Accommodation Employer.
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Program Officer for Go Digital ASAN Project (Digitalization of MSMEs) in the Philippines
- The Asia Foundation
THE ASIA FOUNDATION PHILIPPINES
SUMMARY OF JOB RESPONSIBILITIES
The GDA2 PH Program Officer supports the effective planning, resource procurement, implementation, monitoring, and assessment of the Go Digital ASEAN Program in the Philippines.
Extensive interaction with the Go Digital ASEAN 2 Regional Hub, Philippine Program Team, Finance, Administration, and Sub Awards & Audit Units.
Interaction with other global units and other country offices in program implementation or special projects as needed.
Regular coordination with Foundation partners, consultants and stakeholders for implementation, and monitoring purposes.
Experience: Minimum of five (5) years professional experience, preferably with development organizations or work focused on the digital economy in the Philippines.
Education: Must have completed aBachelor’s degree in relevant field including education, political science, international relations, economics, or other related degree in the social sciences or humanities.
- Has in depth knowledge and understanding of TAF internal processes (procurement requests, LC/LG routing, etc.)
- Able to work with minimal supervision
- Work includes external interaction with partners, consultants, funders, etc. at a limited and administrative capacity
- Involves partner management and representational responsibilities
- Work has standardized elements and processes with other areas to demonstrate problem solving and critical thinking in project management
- Work has responsibility for budget and expenditure monitoring
- Excellent English and Tagalog verbal and written communication skills
- Strong time management skills and professional organizational abilities
- Strong attention to details and ability to multi-task
- Strong people skills and able to handle dynamic personalities
- Ability to self-manage, independently prioritize tasks, and confidently develop plans of action with minimal direction
- Knowledge of USAID or other international donor agency requirements and regulations
- Knowledge on use of MS365 or Sharepoint, or other online program management is a plus
- Able to work in a dynamic environment with regularly shifting priorities
- Drive overall localization strategy to reach program objectives
- Manage and works closely with program internal and external partners and stakeholders
- Oversee planning and strategic direction and implementation of program activities and initiatives
- Lead program management in the Philippines to successfully implement project activities
- Develop and update program workplan and other program management tools
- Prepare meeting notes, narrative reports, success stories, media alerts, press release, bullets and communication quarterly reports for the unit
- Lead the preparation of project reports
- Oversee relevant requests and tasks from other GDA country team in compliance with the program and as discussed with the PH GDA team
- Monitor project spending in line with project projections
- Ensure that activities and the project are implemented in accordance with the donor and TAF rules and regulations
- Coordinate with GDA PH team on the requirements of the project including programmatic needs, logistical support, establishing relations and networking responsibilities, and/or safety and security arrangements.
- Lead the collection and analysis of data for reporting to donors and stakeholders
- Ensure the effective reporting of activities and other project updates between program team and implementors
- Work with project Consultants to ensure that project activities and reports are delivered at high quality, making the most effective and efficient use of project resources.
Monitoring and Evaluation
- Oversee the data collection for PH program activities and ensure its consistency with overall programmatic reporting requirements
- Ensure program is implemented in compliance with TAF and donor data privacy standards
- Draft reporting requirements to the program regional hub
- Oversee and lead the localization of the Impact Assessment survey deployment and other similar program data collection activities
- Lead initiatives to improve overall program management and strategy improvement
Communications and Recruitment
- Lead communications and recruitment activities to ensure participation of local target beneficiaries
- Establish working relationships with relevant external stakeholders, including but not limited to government agencies, civil society organizations, or specialists relevant to local program activities
- Work closely with the Regional Hub or other relevant stakeholders to implement a monitor local program communication initiatives
- Drive local communication and recruitment activities
Administrative and Procurement Support
- Lead oversight of program event execution and logistical requirements
- Lead in the procurement of necessary resources for the project
- Liaise with relevant TAF units to ensure smooth processing of project requirements
- Draft Letters of Grant, Letters of Amendment, Letters of Contract and correspondence related to program activities
- Work with project implementors in developing and monitoring budgets to support technical activities, with guidance from
- Manage the relationship with other TAF grantees/implementing partners to ensure effective implementation of activities.
- Ensure timely and compliant submission of program RFPs, invoices, consultant billings, liquidations, or other business processes.
- Other job responsibilities deemed necessary that pertain to program objectives.
Prepared by: Regional Program Officer
How to apply
Accomplish and/or send your The Asia Foundation Application Form ( https://tinyurl.com/TAFApplicationReqs ), Resume, and other supporting documents to [email protected]
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Assistant Teaching Professor, Gender and Modern History
- historical/collective memory,
- public humanities,
- African diaspora,
- world history,
- labor history,
- migration history,
- the history of science and medicine.
- Carrying a 7-course teaching load per academic year.
- Teach a range of history courses, from undergraduate surveys to graduate seminars, as well as contribute to the interdisciplinary undergraduate core curriculum (the Simmons PLAN), and work with Master's students
- Other duties as assigned.
- We welcome applications from scholars in any stage of their career from recent Ph.D. graduates to experienced professors.
- This is a contracted, full time academic year position (generally from August to May) with hybrid eligibility
- Please submit a cover letter, C.V., teaching dossier, writing sample, and three letters of recommendation with your application to the job application portal on Workday. We will begin reviewing applications on October 23.
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Senior Project Manager
South East Asia Multi-Country Office (EAPMCO)
The South East Asia and Pacific Multi Country Office (EAPMCO) supports, develops and oversees the UNOPS portfolio of projects in South East Asia and the Pacific. EAPMCO was established in January 2023 following the merger of the Thailand Multi-Country Office, which covered 20 countries across North East Asia, South East Asia and the Pacific, and the Cambodia Multi-Country Office, which covered 4 countries South East Asia - 3 countries in the Mekong Sub-region (Cambodia, Lao PDR and Vietnam) and the Philippines. EAPMCO currently covers 24 countries across North East Asia, South East Asia and the Pacific. With its head office in Bangkok, the Multi-Country Office comprises nine business units: SEMCO Thailand, EAPMCO Indonesia, EAPMCO Pacific Operations Cluster, EAPMCO Papua New Guinea, EAPMCO China, EAPMCO Vietnam, EAPMCO Lao PDR, EAPMCO Philippines and EAPMCO Cambodia.
In 2022, the UNOPS EAPMCO implemented projects worth more than USD 95.7 million, in the areas of Energy Transition, Digital Transformations, Sustainable Environmental Management, Climate Change, Waste Management, Rule of Law and Access to Justice, Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH), Post Conflict Reintegration, Emergency Relief, Post COVID19 Economic Transformations, and Health, through HR, procurement, construction, contract management, fund and program management services.
The Multi Country Office head office in Bangkok provides strategic direction, operational support, delivery oversight and assurance of the excellence of business processes and quality standards across all of the entire Multi Country Office locations. It is also responsible for developing, delivering and managing the portfolio of engagements in the country of the MCO location itself.
UNOPS in the Philippines
Established in 2016, UNOPS Philippines provides expert support to ensure sustainable project management, procurement and infrastructure activities in projects. With funds from the European Union (EU), UNOPS supports the Supreme Court, the Department of Justice, and the Department of the Interior and Local Government under the Governance in Justice (GOJUST) Programme (GOJUST2) through procurement, logistics, and grants management to push forward the justice reform agenda of the Philippine government through innovations and interventions; as well as providing grants to civil society organizations to improve access to justice of marginalized groups. In the Support to the Bangsamoro Transition (SUBATRA) Programme, UNOPS is working with the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao (BARMM) Government strengthening capacities of the executive, legislative and judicial branches to ensure a smooth transition, also with funds from the EU. In the health sector, UNOPS works with the DOH / ADB in the HEAL project (Health System Enhancement to Address and Limit COVID-19).
UNOPS Philippines is in the process of expanding its area of engagement in cooperation with its development partners, focusing mainly on a portfolio of projects and programs in the infrastructure, logistics management, procurement in health, rule of law, and governance sectors.
Background Information - Project
As the UN agency mandated to deliver procurement and project management solutions to government partners to support the 2030 Agenda, UNOPS is proposing to support The Department of Health (DoH) of the Philippines to deliver the Philippines Multi-sectoral Nutrition Project (PMNP).
UNOPS has been requested to act as a Third-Party procurement Agency (3PPA) to support the centralized purchasing service needs of the PMNP project, in the areas of nutritional commodities, health supplies and advocacy services. Additional support can cover capacity building, project management services and social behavioral change and communication to support the overall project aims.
The Senior Project Manager is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the project(s) and provides services to the different donors, partners and beneficiaries. The Senior Project Manager acts on behalf of the Project Board to manage the project on an ongoing basis during the Implementation Stage. The main responsibility of the Senior Project Manager is to ensure that the project outputs are delivered within the specified project tolerances of time, cost, quality, scope, risk and benefits. They are expected to meet the organization’s performance and delivery goals. The Senior Project Manager has the authority to assign, as per the Project Plan, work packages to Team Managers and approve deliverables produced by them. The Senior Project Manager is responsible for creating the Implementation Plan, using the Project Initiation Document (PID), Legal Agreement and having a thorough understanding of the terms, conditions, and the respective roles and responsibilities of the partners/stakeholders, to ensure the project(s) outputs are capable of meeting the business cases for both UNOPS and the partner(s). Success of the project(s) and hence of the Senior Project Manager/Senior Senior Project Manager will be based on the defined Success Criteria. Under the overall supervision of the Country Manager and in accordance with UNOPS procedures and practices the incumbent will be responsible for the following:
- Project Delivery and Performance
- Monitoring and reporting
- Stakeholder engagement
- Quality assurance
- Knowledge management and innovation
- Personnel management
1. Project Delivery and Performance
- Develop, complete and update implementation plan(s).
- Implement the approved plan (including the establishment of milestones) within tolerances set by the Project Board.
- Embed sustainability dimensions including social and gender inclusion, environmental and economic aspects into project life span.
- Manage the production of the required outputs, taking responsibility for overall progress and use of resources and initiating corrective action where necessary.
- Ensure that quality of work packages and deliverables complies with the quality requirements defined in the Implementation Plan.
- Liaise with any external suppliers or account managers.
- Manage acceptance and delivery of work packages.
- Monitor project progress ensuring that work packages are being executed properly.
- Control project and work packages changes.
- Accept goods, services or works delivered by suppliers.
- Lead contract management duties including supplier performance evaluation.
- Identify, and anticipate in a timely manner, potential risks and issues and advises mitigating measures to senior management/ Project Board so that maximum benefit to partner(s) and other stakeholders is achieved.
- Identify and report to the supervisor potential business opportunities for UNOPS.
- Comply with all organizational policy and specifically the Project Management Manual.
- Prepare/adapt all relevant plans for approval by the Project Board.
- Manage the reporting obligations defined in the Legal Agreement(s) and in the Implementation Plan.
- Ensure maintenance of the project files and lessons learned are recorded.
- Manage budgets, cash flow and obligations to ensure that deliverables are met and payments to contractors and personnel are received on time.
- Understand and manage UNOPS overheads, allocable charges, and related corporate charges as they apply to the project.
- Understand the unique structures of the UN and budget appropriately for personnel.
- Manage expenditures against the budget (based on accurate financial reports).
- Where the Senior Project Manager has no delegation as a committing officer, s/he retains these responsibilities and will monitor and instruct/request others to carry out the relevant commitments and disbursements.
- For project closure purposes, provide a formal handover of the project to the closure manager.
- Support project audit activities, including planning, preparation and coordination during the audits and follow up on audit observations/recommendations.
3. Monitoring and Reporting
- Prepare and issue regular project and/or financial reports in accordance with Partner and UNOPS requirements for reporting.
- Regularly review project status, evaluating performance criteria (scope, cost, schedule and quality).
- Maintain diaries and progress reports as required by the organization’s standard procedures.
- Provide routine oversight and analysis of delivery data within the dashboard system.
- Ensure all project team members track and regularly update milestones and targets for the duration of projects' life span.
4. Stakeholder engagement
- Develop stakeholder profiles and facilitate the formulation of stakeholder engagement strategies.
- Establish solid working relationships with the Project Board (Executive, Senior Users and Senior Suppliers), client and key stakeholders.
- Enable the formulation of project communications plans. Coordinate internal project communications. Monitor the effectiveness of project communications.
- Coordinate stakeholder engagement and communication, ensuring effective timing and interdependency management of communications. Ensure stakeholders are aware of project activities, progress, exceptions and are in a position to accept handover outputs.
5. Quality assurance
- Work with internal stakeholders to ensure projects comply with audit requirements.
- Work with procurement/purchasing staff to ensure effective interface with suppliers' quality systems.
- Coordinate quality reviews of project documents and deliverables.
- Provide quality control for management outputs (project documents, reports, etc.).
6. Knowledge Management and Innovation
- Encourage routine and effective capacity building activities are conducted in order to build the long-term and sustainable capacity of staff.
- Actively interact with other Senior Project Managers and the wider PM community to share case studies, lessons learned and best practices.
- Contribute to the oversight of lessons learned procedures, ensuring that lessons learnt are shared in a timely and appropriate manner. Participate in the relevant Communities of Practice.
- Research and logging of lessons learned throughout the project life span.
- Provide feedback to Practice Groups on policy, supporting guidance with an aim towards continuous improvement of UNOPS policies.
7. Personnel Management
- Lead and motivate the project management team
- Ensure that behavioral expectations of team members are established
- Ensure that performance reviews are conducted fairly, accurately and timely
- Select, recruit and train the team as required and take into account gender parity and diversity objectives.
- Ensure safety and security for all project personnel and comply with UNDSS standards.
- Create, foster and role model a culture of respect and zero tolerance for discrimination, abuse of authority, harassment, sexual harassment and sexual exploitation and abuse. Ensure accountability for actions and perform duties in accordance with protection mechanisms and action plans, as expected by UNOPS policies, standards and commitments.
- Advanced University Degree, preferably in International Relations, Development Studies, Political Science, Finance, Economics, Procurement, Supply Chain Management, Business Administration, Project Management, Public Health or other related fields, is required.
- First-level university degree (Bachelor’s or equivalent) in combination with two (2) additional years of relevant experience may be accepted in lieu of an advanced university degree.
- Certification in Project Management (PRINCE2, PMI, etc.) would be an asset.
- Minimum of seven (7) years of working experience in project management, project development, project operational support, reporting, and/or coordination of projects in combination with an advanced degree is required.
- Nutrition and/or Public Health and/or health project experience is an asset.
- Experience working in the Philippines is an asset
- Experience in management and coordination of multi-disciplinary teams and external consultants is an asset.
- Experience in administration, procurement and coordination with multi-stakeholders or related fields is desired.
- Experience liaising and working with high level government officials to facilitate planning, implementation, and monitoring and evaluation of projects would be considered a strong asset.
- Experience in writing project progress reports, project communications, stakeholder management and M&E frameworks is an asset.
- Experience working with UNOPS, UN or other humanitarian/development agencies is an asset. Knowledge of UN/ UNOPS Procurement Rules and Regulations is an advantage.
- Proficiency in computers and Google Office Suite or Google Workspace is desirable.
- Experience in handling web-based management systems is desirable.
- Fluency in oral and written English is required.
- Knowledge of an official Philippine language (Tagalog) is an asset.
- Contract type: Individual Contractual Agreement (ICA)
- Contract level: ICS 11/IICA 3
- Contract duration: Ongoing ICA – ‘Open-ended, subject to organizational requirements, availability of funds and satisfactory performance.’
Please note that UNOPS does not accept unsolicited resumes.
Applications received after the closing date will not be considered.
Please note that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted and advance to the next stage of the selection process, which involves various assessments.
UNOPS embraces diversity and is committed to equal employment opportunity. Our workforce consists of many diverse nationalities, cultures, languages, races, gender identities, sexual orientations, and abilities. UNOPS seeks to sustain and strengthen this diversity to ensure equal opportunities as well as an inclusive working environment for its entire workforce.
Qualified women and candidates from groups which are underrepresented in the UNOPS workforce are encouraged to apply. These include in particular candidates from racialized and/or indigenous groups, members of minority gender identities and sexual orientations, and people with disabilities.
We would like to ensure all candidates perform at their best during the assessment process. If you are shortlisted and require additional assistance to complete any assessment, including reasonable accommodation, please inform our human resources team when you receive an invitation.
Terms and Conditions
For staff positions only, UNOPS reserves the right to appoint a candidate at a lower level than the advertised level of the post.
For retainer contracts, you must complete a few Mandatory Courses (they take around 4 hours to complete) in your own time, before providing services to UNOPS. For more information on a retainer contract here .
All UNOPS personnel are responsible for performing their duties in accordance with the UN Charter and UNOPS Policies and Instructions, as well as other relevant accountability frameworks. In addition, all personnel must demonstrate an understanding of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in a manner consistent with UN core values and the UN Common Agenda.
It is the policy of UNOPS to conduct background checks on all potential personnel. Recruitment in UNOPS is contingent on the results of such checks.
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Wolf creek boe approves waterford high school bathroom project.
Waterford Elementary School Principal Bradley Lanier provides his monthly update to the Wolf Creek Local Board of Education while member Scott Lang listens during Monday’s board meeting at Waterford High School. (Photo by Kristen Hainkel)
WATERFORD – The Wolf Creek Local Board of Education approved a proposed Waterford High School bathroom renovation project valued at $852,796 during Monday’s meeting.
Doug Saxton, business development representative for construction firm Veregy, said the proposed renovations had three main objectives.
“It’s about student privacy, student safety and appearance,” he said.
Saxton showed digital simulations of the new bathroom and conference room spaces on a monitor. He also compared the building’s current floor plan to the new design.
The proposal was approved later in the meeting on a 3-2 vote, without further discussion. Board members Greg Adams and Scott Lang were opposed.
Doug Saxton, business development representative for Veregy, presents highlights of the proposed bathroom renovation project during the Wolf Creek Local Board of Education meeting Monday at Waterford High School. (Photo by Kristen Hainkel)
The board voted to proceed with a bus compound renovation with engineering firm Energy Optimizers valued at $148,910. According to the agenda, $59,807 will be covered by a safety grant and the district’s Permanent Improvement Fund will pay for the remaining $89,103.
The board voted to go into executive session at 7:45 p.m. “for the purpose of an investigation of a substitute teacher,” according to the agenda. Board President Hugh Arnold said no action would be taken. Additional information was not provided.
From left, McKenzieFarmer, Future Farmers of America reporter, and Lanee Heiss, chapter president, participate in a practice round of parliamentary procedure, a mock meeting using parliamentary law, during Monday’s Wolf Creek Local Board of Education meeting. (Photo by Kristen Hainkel)
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Starting Dec. 2, students making their way to school shouldn’t expect to see a crossing guard stationed at seven crossings added as pilot locations for the first half of the school year.
The City of Lawrence announced late last week that the seven pilot crossing guard locations the city implemented this fall did not meet the criteria warranting a permanent guard on duty. Those routes include:
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“As part of our commitment to safety, the city piloted adult crossing guards at key locations aligned with the 2023-2024 USD 497 adopted elementary school boundaries,” the city’s release reads. “These temporary placements were strategically selected, considering the potential for increased street crossings for K-5 students due to boundary changes.”
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