Pubblicato su stage4eu il: 11/07/2019 UNITAR, Support the Multilateral Diplomacy Division International Law Programme Training Activities (Traineeship)

United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR)
Palais des Nations, Geneva, Svizzera
Legale/Affari internazionali
4 - 6 mesi. Inizio 31 agosto 2019. 
L'offerta scade il 20/07/2019
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  • To provide support in the coordination of International Law training activities including preparation of training materials, coordination of logistics before, during and after workshops;
  • To conduct research on international law to be translated into learning products;
  • To assist subject matter experts with the development of participatory training activities;
  • To conduct research and draft project proposals for further collaborations;
  • To adapt training materials and learning packages to quality and academic standards and certification criteria;
  • To liaise directly with partner organizations and beneficiaries in preparation for the delivery of the Programme;
  • Tasks may include preparing key data such as programme statistics and evaluation reports;
  • To undertake research that may provide necessary input into such training tools and exercises;
  • To assist the Programme in its outreach and communication strategy.
Requisiti principali:

Applicants must be enrolled in an undergraduate/graduate/postgraduate degree (within either international relations, education, history, law, political science, languages or a related subject) or be a recent graduate of the aforementioned.

Candidates should also have: demonstrated interest in training methodologies; ability to write in a clear and concise manner; analytical and research skills; administrative and organizational skills to assist in the organization of training activities; computer skills (to deal with e-learning tools, word processing, excel, power point, internet search, InDesign, etc.) and a high level of individual responsibility, commitment and initiative. Candidates should furthermore have an interest in participatory training methodologies and instructional design, as well as being motivated to work with monitoring and evaluation.

Excellent knowledge in both oral and written English are required.

Knowledge of other UN working languages (especially French and Spanish) are an advantage.