UNICEF Human Resources Assistant jobs 2022 Pakistan
Applications are being accepted for qualified individuals in UNICEF to fill a vacancy posted in Classified Source on the date April 2022.
Category | Sector
Bachelor / Master Degree
Details in attached ads
Islamabad, Islamabad, Pakistan
Expected Last Date:
10 April 2022
HUMAN RESOURCES ASSISTANT
Now, the UNICEF Islamabad is looking for a Human Resources Assistant to work there.
To be qualified as an advocate for each and every child you will encounter…
Completion of secondary education, preferably with technical or university studies relevant to the sector of work.
A minimum of 5 years of administrative or clerical job experience with increasing responsibility is necessary.
It is necessary to be fluent in English. Knowledge of another UN official language (Arabic, Chinese, French, Russian, or Spanish), as well as a local language, is a plus.
Good understanding of UN HR principles, rules, regulations, and procedures.
Good understanding and expertise in using HR systems, as well as computer literacy and the ability to efficiently use conventional office software tools.
Capacity to extract and format data, as well as handle operational issues.
Ability to arrange one’s own work, prioritise tasks, and stick to deadlines.
Communication and interpersonal relationships
Takes initiative to ensure that deadlines, rules, and regulations are met; takes responsibility for responding to internal and external service needs promptly and proactively. To deal with unforeseeable situations, he uses his own discretion.
Exhibits a great level of discretion, initiative, and sound judgement.
Shows respect, tact, patience, and the ability to work well with people from various national and cultural backgrounds.
How to Apply?
Interested candidates should submit their curriculum vitae (Documents specified in the attached advertisements) by the Closing date: 10 April 2022, The applicant’s subject line must include a clear reference to the job title. UNICEF ensures equal opportunity for all similarly qualified male and female candidates, including those with disabilities.