As the UN's global development network, UNDP is at the forefront of today's development dialogue in championing the poor and disadvantaged.
Our focus is on providing developing countries with knowledge-based consulting services and building national, regional and global coalitions for change. With a strong history of inclusion and consensus-building, UNDP has earned the trust and partnership of leaders across the developing world. We are now hiring a new generation of expert practitioners who want to contribute to those partnerships by offering strategic approaches to long-standing problems. We seek individuals who can communicate advice and new ideas across cultures and all strata of society.
We have a wide range of international opportunities at various levels; competitive salaries offered commensurate with experience. UNDP does not charge a fee at any stage of its recruitment process (application, interview, processing, training, visa or other fee).
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|TORs CSA Baseline Study||Manzini||30th April 2018|
|TORs PM COMESA||Manzini||15th May 2018|
|TORs PMEO COMESA||Manzini||15th May 2018|
|TORs PAdmin Assistant||Manzini||15th May 2018|
|CPD Outcome Review 2018||Mbabane||15th May 2018|
|TOR for UNCG Communications Associate||Eswatini||26th March 2018|
|UNDP-GEF Midterm Review Consultant||Eswatini||05 March 2018|
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