Project Management Specialist – P03
|Type of Appointment:||Series A - Short Term|
|Duration of Contract:||12 months|
|Secretary/Department/Off.:||The Exec. Secretariat of the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights|
|Duty Station:||US - Washington D.C.|
|Job Family:||Human Rights Commission|
|Job Category:||Professionals and Higher Categories|
|Employment Schedule:||Full time|
|# of Openings:||1|
Annual Basic Salary (net of taxes):
Annual Post Adjustment (net of taxes):
“* This announcement applies to an encumbered (filled/occupied) position. External Employment Opportunities are open to competition in accordance with the external recruitment process of the GS/OAS.”
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
A. Management of Statistical Information
1. Develops and coordinates the management and the generation of the institutional statistical information on projects for institutional decision-making.
B. Project Analysis and Design
1. Supports the management processes for cooperation projects coordinated and/or executed by the ES/IACHR. Participates in the development of project formulation, monitoring, and evaluation instruments for the programs and projects executed by the ES/IACHR, regardless of funding source. Participates in developing institutional documents.
1. In absence of the Section Chief s/he coordinates the work done by the section staff.
EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:
Essential: First University Degree (Bachelor) in Political Science, Law, International Relations, Business Administration, Economics, Social Sciences, Humanities, Development studies or a related field issued by a duly accredited institution and 7 years of relevant experience at the national and/or international level OR Advanced University Degree (Master) in one of the fields listed above issued by a duly accredited institution and 4 years of relevant experience OR Doctorate and 1 year of relevant experience.
Desirable: Experience or knowledge of the OAS mandate and priorities as related to the area of work and/or the dynamics of the Inter-American agenda and system.
Essential – Proficient in at least two of the official languages of the OAS (read, write and communicate). Language proficiency examination will be required.
Desirable – Working knowledge of other two OAS official languages.
PERSONAL COMPETENCIES: Client Orientation, Knowledge Sharing, Teamwork, Interpersonal Skills. Ability to clearly communicate in the languages required for the post.
The GS/OAS embraces equality, diversity and inclusion. Thus, the GS/OAS, in accordance with its rules and regulations, is committed to providing equal opportunities in employment, achieving a diverse staff, and will take into account a wide geographic representation, as well as gender equity and equality, in the selection of candidates.
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