Job Title: Junior Professional Officer in Advocacy and Partnerships
Organisation: International Labour Organiztion (ILO)
Location: Geneva, Switzerland
Closing Date: 14 August 2020
Salary: Not Stated
Contract Type: Fixed Term
Working Pattern: Full Time
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The JPO will support the Secretariat of Alliance 8.7 and the Advocacy and Partnerships team within ILO/FUNDAMENTALS in developing initiatives, generating capacity, knowledge, and communicating through targeted and tailored communications both within and outside the Office.
Role and Responsibilities
Supporting the development of key initiatives under the FPRW framework for action, and the plan of action;
Supporting the roll-out, consolidation and up-scaling of initiatives under the Alliance 8.7;
Supporting the development of respective project and programme proposals for Alliance 8.7, including desk research, drafting project documents and participating in resource mobilization;
Contributing to the development of research, measurement and indicator frameworks and other knowledge products for the Alliance 8.7 and on fundamental principles and rights at work;
Developing proposals for capacity building initiatives with ILO constituents and other Alliance 8.7 stakeholders for projects in the relevant areas (child labour, forced labour, fair recruitment, human trafficking);
Drafting inputs for Alliance 8.7 and FPRW advocacy and communication materials;
Participating in planning and organizing Alliance 8.7 events at the national, regional and global level, including pathfinder workshops, conferences, seminars, high-level forums and other meetings aimed at the achievement of SDG targets 8.5, 8.7 and 8.8.3
Generating contents for various media channels, including (where applicable) websites, facebook, twitter and blogs;
Any other subject related ad-hoc tasks requested by the supervisor and in line with the job description.
Experience and Qualifications
Master’s degree in Political Sciences, Social Sciences, International Law, Labour Law, Human Rights Studies, Labour Economics, or related field.
Relevant work experience up to two years either at the national or international level, preferably in at least one of the areas of fundamental principles and rights at work.
Fluent in English.
A good working knowledge of at least one of the ILO’s other official languages (French, Spanish) would be an advantage.
Good communication (written and oral) skills;
Good research skills;
Able to work in a team;
Able to multi-task.
Full job details in the attached job description. Please send your JPO application directly to the Office Managers to International Organizations (BFIO), at email@example.com.
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