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联合国本国志愿者招募
发布日期:2010-3-1

联合国本国志愿者招募

www.zgzyz.org.cn  日期:2009-03-05  来源:中国志愿者网

  Preamble:

  The United Nations Volunteers is the UN organization that supports sustainable human development globally through the promotion of volunteerism, including the mobilization of volunteers. It serves the causes of peace and development through enhancing opportunities for participation by all peoples. It is universal, inclusive and embraces volunteer action in all its diversity.

  This post is a UNV volunteer assignment based on the values of free will, commitment, engagement and solidarity, which are the foundations of volunteerism. Volunteering brings benefit to the individual volunteer as well as the society at large. It enhances social cohesion and enriches communities.

  In most cultures volunteerism is deeply embedded in long-established, ancient traditions of sharing and support within the communities. In this context, UNV volunteers take part in various forms of volunteerism and play a role in development and peace together with co-workers, host agencies and local communities.

  In all assignments, UNV volunteers promote volunteerism through their action and conduct. Engaging in volunteer activity can effectively and positively enrich your understanding of local and social realities, as well as create a bridge between yourself and the people in your host community. This will make the time you spend as UNV volunteer even more rewarding and productive.

  1. UNV Assignment Title:Community Mobilization Specialist

  2. Type of assignment: National UNV volunteer

  3. Project Title:Early Recovery and Disaster Risk Management Programme

  4. Host Agency/Host Institute: UNDP

  5. Duration:1 year with the possibility of extension

  6. Location, Country: Based in Mianyang, Sichuan province with frequent travel to pilot

  villages in Sichuan, Shaanxi and Gansu provinces

  7. Expected starting date: March/April 2009

  8.Brief Project Description:

  On 12 May 2008 a major earthquake jolted Southwest China, claiming more than 80,000 lives and causing huge economic losses. The earthquake severely affected Sichuan, Gansu and Shannxi and 4,823 poorest villages in the three provinces.

  To assist the Government and affected communities in meeting the unprecedented challenges of recovery, reconstruction and risk management, UNDP is implementing an early recovery and disaster risk reduction program in 19 of China’s poorest villages affected by the earthquake in the above-mentioned three provinces. The outputs proposed for the early recovery program are as follows:

  Output 1:Support to Impact Assessment and community-based integrated rural recovery planning process for the poorest villages through provision of technical assistance and introduction of international best practices.

  Output 2: Livelihoods Assistance to the most affected and vulnerable populations to rebuild and recover from the impact for of the earthquake.

  Output 3:Provision of psycho-social and legal support to the most affected people, especially people with vulnerabilities, to participate in the recovery and reconstruction process

  Output 4:Community-based approach to energy and environment planning based on use of renewable energy sources and local natural resource management so that the resettled communities have access to clean and improved habitable conditions.

  Output 5:Mainstreaming of community-based disaster risk management in other sectors through provision of technical assistance to capacity building and knowledge sharing

  Output 6:Research, collation and dissemination of best practice and knowledge, and strengthening of internal capacity.

  In this regard UNDP Country Office (CO) needs to strengthen its capacity to ensure that it has staff with the right skills and competencies to support the field office on both technical and operational levels. Two national UNV volunteers will be recruited to support the project implementation in the field. Under the direct supervision of the Programme Analyst for the Early Recovery and Disaster Risk Management Programme (also based in Mianyang), she or he would provide technical and programmatic assistance to the Early Recovery and Disaster Risk Management Programme with a focus on outreach communication and mobilization of community-based NGOs, beneficiary groups and individuals by participatory approaches, monitoring the and reporting their findings in the village level.

  9. Description of Duties:

  Under the direct supervision and guidance of the Programme Analyst for the Early Recovery and Disaster Risk Management Programme, the UNV volunteers will be responsible for promoting implementation through day-to-day activities, as below:

  •Establish working level linkages and partnerships to the benefit of all parties

  •Proactively work with local partners to mobilize involvement of villagers in line to the target of the project in village level.

  •Give technical and operational input to programme activities, including conducting research/studies on the situation of vulnerable groups.

  •Be the focal point regarding information on local verification on changes through project intervention to disseminate through established communication channels.

  •Be responsible for the classification and maintenance of all materials on the responsible villages and administrative documents;

  •Follow up and keep updated on all issues, plan and implementation regarding the responsible villages. Prepare quarterly work plans, monthly report on the progress of indicator and outputs and make recommendations for improvement, including drafting a quarterly work report to the programme analyst which is also submitted to UNV

  •Undertake any other task as directed by the Programme Analyst.

  Promotion of Volunteerism

  UNV volunteers are expected to promote volunteerism and engage in volunteering activities. As such UNV volunteers are encouraged to:

  •Strengthen their knowledge and understanding of the concept of volunteerism by reading relevant UNV and other publications and taking active part in UNV activities;

  •Get acquainted with traditional and/or local forms of volunteerism in the host community.

  •Reflect on and integrate into their work plan activities that will be undertaken as part of their assignment in order to promote volunteerism for development (V4D)

  Specific ways to promote volunteerism during the assignment and within working hours include:

  •Networking and building relationships with local organizations, groups or individuals and supporting and/or participating in local volunteering initiatives;

  •Encouraging, mobilizing and supporting co-workers, fellow UNV volunteers and members of the local community to play an active part in the development of their community;

  •Contributing articles/write-ups on field experiences and submitting them for UNV publications/websites, newsletters, press releases, etc.;

  •Initiating and/or participating in local volunteer groups. Assisting them in submitting stories, experiences to the World Volunteer Web site;

  •Reflecting on the type and quality of voluntary action that they are undertaking, including participation in ongoing reflection activities.

  •Promoting or advising local groups in the use of OV (online volunteering), or encouraging relevant local individuals and groups to use OV whenever technically possible.

  •A final statement of achievements towards volunteerism for development within your host community

  10. Qualifications/Requirements:

  •University graduate in public administration, business studies, development studies or other relevant discipline

  •Relevant Masters Degree an advantage

  •At least 2 years working experience

  •Grassroots NGO experiences on participatory approaches an advantage

  •Strong diplomatic skills, detail-oriented and excellent at multi-tasks

  •High degree of independence, creativity and ability to motivate

  •Ability to mobilize and work with a variety of partners

  •Good command of MS Office

  •Fluency in English and Sichuan dialect an advantage.

  11. Key Competencies:

  •A proactive, participatory and result oriented approach to their work.

  •Excellent communication and change management skills.

  •Knowledge Sharing/Continuous Learning.

  •Ability to work under pressure and against tight deadlines.

  •Ability for analytical and strategic thinking.

  12. Living Conditions:

  National UNVs receive a volunteer living allowance (VLA), which is intended to cover their accommodation and basic living expenses. In China the VLA is CNY 3,000 RMB per month. National UNV volunteers are entitled to an excellent health, life and disability insurance package. A modest Settling-in-Grant and end of assignment allowances will also be provided along with travel to and from the duty station. UNV volunteers are entitled to 30 days personal leave per year and 10 days of UN holidays.

  13. Application procedures

  Interested Chinese candidates should include detailed curriculum vitae (CV) and an application letter (both in English and Chinese) marked:“Application for the NUNV Community Mobilization Assignment”to the unv.china@undp.org

  Deadline: 17 March 2009

  Acknowledgement will be sent to short-listed applicants only.

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