Senior Information Management Assistant G5 (Temporary Appointment)

Employer: UNHCR
Domain:
  • Acquisitions - Logistics - Supplies
  • IT Software
  • Administrative Assistance
  • Job type: full-time
    Job level: 1 - 5 years of experience
    Location:
  • BUCHAREST
  • Updated at: 30.11.2022

     

    Joining UNHCR means serving refugees and other displaced populations, ensuring their protection, and seeking adequate solutions for their situation. It also means living, sharing, and promoting the organization’s core values relating to inclusion, diversity, and gender equality. 

    We offer careers, not just jobs, and take pride in going the extra mile to serve people in need. Every day, our teams use their skills to find innovative, long-lasting solutions that better support the people we serve. UNHCR offers a variety of local short-term and fixed-term contracts through which you can make a positive difference in refugees’ lives. 

    Dreaming of a career within the UN system? 

    UNHCR is seeking to hire motivated candidates for the Senior Information Management Assistant G5 role at the in Bucharest, Romania to support the section. These opportunities are excellent steppingstones for UNHCR and the UN system. 

    Senior Information Management Assistant G5 (Temporary Appointment)  

    Salary 

    A competitive tax-exempted salary. For more information, you may wish to visit the UNDP Public Website.  

    Benefits                                                  

    Family allowances 

    Depending on your contract type, you may be entitled to family allowances, including dependency allowances if you have an eligible dependent spouse and/or child(ren) and, under certain conditions. 

    Holidays and leave 

    Depending on your contract type, you will be entitled to 18 to 30 days of vacation per year. In addition, staff members have the option to take periods of Uncertified Sick Leave for up to 7 working days during an annual leave cycle for non-certified medical issues and/or family-related reasons. 

    Maternity, paternity, adoption 

    Staff members of any gender or sex can benefit from parental leave entitlements, regardless of how they become parents. This includes mothers, fathers, parents via surrogacy or adoption, and primary and secondary caregivers 

    Tax exemption 

    Salaries, grants, and allowances paid by the United Nations to staff are normally exempt from income tax. 

    Health insurance 

    Staff is eligible to participate in one of the United Nations-sponsored medical insurance plans, which include dental insurance. The monthly premiums are co-shared by yourself and the Organization. 

    Retirement pension 

    If you have a staff appointment of six months or more or complete six months of service without interruption, you become a participant in the United Nations Joint Staff Pension Fund. A compulsory contribution will be deducted from your monthly salary. 

    Career Support 

    Our career management, learning, performance management, and mobility programs ensure that staff is well equipped to advance in their careers. 

    Join UNHCR and be part of our strong team, comprised of committed and engaged individuals from diverse nationalities, cultures, languages, and backgrounds. We seek to sustain and strengthen this diversity by upholding an inclusive working environment without distinction on the grounds of race, colour, sex, national origin, age, religion, disability, sexual orientation, and gender identity. 
     

    • Assist in operationalizing country-specific common data standards and promoting them with partners. 

    • Assist in compiling and aggregating information elements required to produce standardized information products and implement data/information collection plans for baseline and context-specific data.  

    • Support the operation in the analysis of processed data and information and perform data quality and consistency control. 

    • Facilitate the analysis of cross-border information between relevant countries. 

    • May be required to collect GIS data, update maps and undertake field trips to project sites. 

    • May be required to participate in Needs Assessment processes, specifically in data collection, processing/collation, and data exploration. 

    • Liaise with partners and represent UNHCR in meetings related to the functions. 

    • Decide on an appropriate resolution to data management problems and escalate issues to the supervisor if the incident cannot be resolved.