WFP Career Opportunities: Program Associate SC L6 (Resilience and Safety Nets)
Language Requirement Not required
The largest humanitarian organization in the world battling hunger is the United Nations World Food Program. WFP’s goal is to contribute to the world’s effort to eradicate hunger during our lifetimes.
Would you be interested in working with the WFP Sudan Program team to build community resilience to climatic shocks and disasters and short-term food security through food and cash transfer activities? Are you prepared to work with the donor (INTPA) and other PSN/PHL joint stakeholders and partners, such as Microfinance Institutions (MFIs), the State Ministry of Agriculture, and the State Ministry of Welfare, to provide adequate support to the INTPA and, under Strategic Outcome 3 (SO3), to build community assets and receive opportunities for training in improving one’s means of subsistence, which will transform and save the lives of Sudan’s most vulnerable citizens? If so, this chance is right for you. For a Level 6 Service Contract, the WFP seeks an experienced Program Associate stationed in Khartoum, Sudan.
Provided by: World Food Program (WFP)
Deadline: 24 September 2022
Eligible Countries: International
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- According to ICSC standards, the World Food Program (WFP) provides a competitive compensation and benefits package that includes a base salary, post adjustment, relocation entitlement, visa, travel, and shipment allowances, 30 days of annual leave, home leave, an education grant for dependent children, a pension plan, and health insurance.
- WFP is a nominee for the 2020 Nobel Peace Prize.
- WFP provides a very inclusive, varied, and multicultural work environment.
- Via various training, accreditation, coaching, mentorship, and other programs, as well as internal mobility possibilities, WFP invests in its workers’ personal and professional development.
- An exciting chance to work internationally and with enthusiastic coworkers who relentlessly strive to guarantee that efficient humanitarian aid reaches millions of people worldwide is offered by a career path in WFP.
- They provide an attractive benefits package.
- Completion of secondary education.
- A certificate in engineering, economics, agriculture, international affairs, business administration, social sciences, development studies, or a field related to international development aid from a recognized post-secondary university.
- A minimum of five years of post-graduate professional experience supporting food aid, development, or business administration.
- Excellent knowledge of gender issues and community development
- Proficiency in Arabic and English writing and spoken communication.
- Strong analytical abilities.
- Initiative, tact, maturity of judgment, resourcefulness, and bargaining abilities.
- The capacity for crystal-clear verbal and written communication;
- The capacity to build productive professional relationships with people from various national and cultural backgrounds.
Note: Particular encouragement is given to qualified candidates from poor nations and female applicants.
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