UNESCO: Programme Coordinator Migration (France)

“JobProgramme Coordinator for Migration, Displacement, Emergencies & Education, UNESCO, Paris, France. Deadline: 5 February 2022.

Under the overall authority of the Assistant Director-General, Education, guidance from the Director, Division for Education 2030, and direct supervision from the Chief of Section for Migration, Displacement, Emergencies and Education, the incumbent coordinates UNESCO’s strategic engagement in the areas of migration, displacement, emergencies, and education in the frameworks of SDG-Education 2030 Agenda and the Futures of Education and in alignment with the Global Compacts for Refugees and for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration and other global instruments through positioning the Organization at the global level and providing technical support and advice at the regional and national levels through/with the Field Offices and Institutes. S/he engages in key global mechanisms, such as the Geneva Global Hub, INEE, and ensures UNESCO’s visibility and substantive intellectual and technical contributions. Also s/he conceptualizes and delivers global initiatives of UNESCO’s comparative advantage from funding proposals to design to reporting in close coordination and collaboration with the Education Sector, other Sectors, Field Offices and Institutes. In addition, s/he may lead a team of colleagues on particular thematic areas, evaluating progress and performance. Moreover, s/he provides strategic advice and technical support to enhancing UNESCO’s operations in the Field.

Author: Center for Intercultural Dialogue

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