UNESCO , the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, is responsible for coordinating international cooperation in education, science, culture and communication.
Our objective, according to our Constitution, is "to contribute to the maintenance of peace and security by strengthening, through education, science and culture, collaboration among nations, to ensure universal respect for justice, law, human rights and fundamental freedoms for all, regardless of race, sex, language or religion, which the United Nations Charter recognizes for all peoples".
The Executive Office of the Culture Sector provides strategic advice, quality control and management support to the Assistant Director-General for Culture (ADG / CLT) and ensures the overall coordination of the development, implementation and monitoring of the approved programme and budget of the Culture Sector, as well as the Sector's communication with other Sectors / Bureaux / Offices at UNESCO, with other agencies of the UN System and with external partners.
Under the overall authority of the Chief of the Executive Office of the Culture Sector, and the direct supervision of the Knowledge Management Specialist, the incumbent will contribute to the Knowledge Management functions of the Culture Sector, and in particular :
It is expected that these briefings will be shared internally with colleagues at Headquarters and in the Field, as well as with the general public, by feeding speeches and content for UNESCO’s website.
The briefings should also serve as a resource for answering Member State requests for information.
Deliverables and timeline
The sourcing of all information, in particular of the figures, must be clearly presented.
Conforming to UNESCO rules and procedures and aligned with the qualifications required, the monthly renumeration is 1200 euros per month.
COMPETENCES (Fondamentales / Managériales) Responsabilité (F)Communication (F)Innovation (F)Culture du résultat (F) QUALIFICATIONS REQUISES