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Project Support Intern
|Location :||Tbilisi, GEORGIA|
|Application Deadline :||27-Oct-19 (Midnight New York, USA)|
|Time left :||10d 0h 13m|
|Type of Contract :||Internship|
|Post Level :||Intern|
|Languages Required :||English|
|Expected Duration of Assignment :||Six months, with possible extension of up to nine months|
The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Georgia, on behalf of the Democratic Governance Portfolio projects: “Governance Reform Fund” (GRF),”Support to Public Administration Reform (PAR) in Georgia” and “Fostering Decentralisation and Good Governance at the Local Level in Georgia (DGG)” is an announcement for internships. Before applying, interested candidates are strongly encouraged to review the project profiles. During the application process, candidates must indicate the project(s) of their interest and choice. Preferred starting date for the internship assignment is January 2020, although successful candidates will be offered internships throughout the calendar year. Only those candidates selected for interviews/further assessment by hiring managers will be contacted.
The Governance Reform Fund (GRF) project
The Governance Reform Fund (GRF) was launched in 2003 to support the Government of Georgia in major institutional reforms. This comprehensive assistance programme, funded by the Government of Sweden, aims to boost reforms in Georgia’s public sector and increase the efficiency of public institutions through policy advice, technical support and skills development. UNDP is working with the Government of Sweden to strengthen public administration systems in Georgia and this particular programme’s current phase began in 2015 and is due to end in 2021. Emphasis is being placed on developing an efficient public administration system with the goals of:
The GRF provides two assistance mechanisms:
Please, see more in details: http://www.ge.undp.org/content/georgia/en/home/projects/governance-reform-fund.html).
Support to Public Administration Reform (PAR) in Georgia project
In 2016 UNDP has rolled out new, multi-year initiative, “Support to Public Administration Reform (PAR) in Georgia,” addressing a complementary but distinct set of specific, predetermined needs in three crucial areas (Policy development and Cooperation; Civil Service and Human Resource Management and Service Delivery) within the PAR Reform Roadmap. The initiative intends to sustain, support and build key institutions and processes required for advancing the Public Administration Reform through offering consultancy, capacity building, technical assistance etc. Development of professional and modern civil service and public administration are decisive for ensuring the resilience of Georgia to internal and external shocks and for achieving the country’s human development objectives by ensuring citizens’ access to their rights and services, as well as facilitating the development of better public policies.
Please, see more in details: http://www.ge.undp.org/content/georgia/en/home/projects/supporting-public-administration-reform-in-georgia.html).
Fostering Decentralisation and Good Governance at the Local Level in Georgia (DGG) project
Fostering Decentralisation and Good Governance at the Local Level in Georgia (DGG) project, supported by the Government of Denmark, aims at advancing decentralisation and good governance at the local level through promoting nationwide policy reform, strengthening institutional and human capacities of national and local authorities, improving local service delivery and enhancing citizen participation in local policy making. The project activities contribute to four project outputs:
The project is being implemented in close partnership with the Ministry of Regional Development and Infrastructure of Georgia, Parliament of Georgia, National Association of Local Authorities (NALA), Civil Service Bureau of Georgia (CSB), municipal authorities in three target regions (Kvemo Kartli, Mtskheta-Mtianeti and Imereti), civil society organisations and local businesses.
Please, see more in details: http://www.ge.undp.org/content/georgia/en/home/projects/decentralisation-good-governance.html.
Duties and Responsibilities
The intern will assist the GRF, PAR and DGG teams in continued implementation of ongoing initiatives and interventions.
Specifically, the intern will:
Required Skills and Experience
Applicants to the UNDP internship programme must at the time of application meet one of the following requirements:
Interns are not financially remunerated by UNDP. Costs and arrangements for travel, visas, and accommodation and living expenses are the responsibility of:
Interns are responsible for securing adequate medical insurance for the duration of their internship with UNDP and must provide a medical certificate of good health prior to starting the internship. UNDP will not reimburse the medical insurance of the intern. Any costs arising from accidents and illness incurred during an internship assignment will be the responsibility of the intern.
Applicants for internships must show proof of valid medical insurance for the duty station in which they will intern. For applicants which are neither nationals nor residents of the duty station, the insurance must include adequate coverage in the event of an injury or illness during the internship duration which:
There is no expectation of employment with UNDP following an internship.
UNDP is committed to achieving workforce diversity in terms of gender, nationality and culture. Individuals from minority groups, indigenous groups and persons with disabilities are equally encouraged to apply. All applications will be treated with the strictest confidence.
UNDP does not tolerate sexual exploitation and abuse, any kind of harassment, including sexual harassment, and discrimination. All selected candidates will, therefore, undergo rigorous reference and background checks.