Senior Election Advisor, UNDP - Sudan
Organization: United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)
Location: Sudan (Khartoum & Juba)
1- Leadership : capacity to supervise a multidisciplinary high-level team and to supervise project activities ;
2- Technical Support : Technical knowledge and expertise regarding electoral processes is indispensable ;
3- Planning and management : demonstrates a proved capacity for planning and organizing the work the Programme Management Unit.
4- Communication : capable of writing clearly and concisely and excellent oral communication skills ;
5- Team work: capacity to establish and maintain good working relations with colleagues in multi-cultural environment.
Required skills and experience
Advanced University degree in the areas of international relations/post-conflict development, political sciences, international law, economics or related discipline.
At least 10 years of relevant and diversified professional experience in electoral support programmes.
Fluent in English and able to draft and edit project documents, proposals, correspondence, briefings and speeches in English.
Able to communicate effectively, verbally and in writing with a wide range of people within UNDP, Governments, donors, and UN agencies.
Knowledge of UN/UNDP operations and programmes; familiarity with UNDP programme execution rules and regulations is an asset.
Communicates effectively with staff at all levels of the organization.
Able to handle confidential and politically sensitive issues in a responsible and mature manner.
Applies protocol appropriately.
Excellent computer skills.
Applications to be submitted to: http://jobs.undp.org
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