The Human Resources (HR) Unit is mandated to focus on strategic issues such as, capacity development, career repositioning and mentoring of staff. The HR unit handles recruitment, selections, placements, staff career development and performance management. Addittionaly, the Unit is responsible for staff learning, training and development. The unit supports other UN agencies (UNIFEM, UNAIDS, UNFPA, UNITAR, UNDSS, UNIC, UNIDO, UNODC, UNIDO, UNCTAD, IFAD, UNEP, UNOV and UN HABITAT) in managing their HR issues.
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UNDP has been in Nigeria since the country became independent in 1960. In the last programme cycle (2003-2008), UNDP provided capacity building and policy development support to the Federal Government
and 21 states drawn from the six geo-political zones in four programme areas: Governance & Human Rights; Poverty Reduction; HIV & AIDS; and Energy & Environment.
The following Vacancies exist at UNDP Abuja, Nigeria: CLICK ON THE JOB TITLES TO APPLY
Job Title Deadline Location
Consultant to support the development of a Gender Policy for the Independent National Electoral Commission in Nigeria - 2 Consultants 8-August-2012 Abuja
Consultant to support the Development of a Gender Policy for the Independent National Electoral Commission in Nigeria - 1 Consultant 8-August-2012 Abuja
Team Leader, Poverty Reduction and Economic Management 9-August-2012 Abuja
BRIDGE Expert, Accrediting and workshop Facilitators - 10 31-August-2012 Abuja
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