Intern – Investigations Section

Date limite de candidature :21-Feb-18 (Minuit New York, États-Unis)
Catégorie supplémentaire :Géstion
Type de contrat :Internship
Niveau du poste :Intern
Langues requises :
Date de commencement :
(date à laquelle le candidat sélectionné doit commencer)
Durée du contrat initialThree to six months


The Investigations Section of the Office of Audit and Investigations (OAI) is responsible for conducting investigations into allegations of misconduct, such as fraud, corruption, retaliation on whistleblowers, workplace harassment, including sexual harassment, abuse of authority, violation or wilful disregard of UNDP regulations, rules, and administrative instructions, which involve UNDP staff and other personnel. The Investigations Section also investigates allegations of fraud and other financial irregularities committed by contractors, implementing partners and other third parties deemed detrimental to UNDP.  

OAI conducts investigations in accordance with the UNDP Legal Framework for Addressing Non-Compliance with UN Standards of Conduct and the OAI Investigation Guidelines.

OAI is seeking to recruit two interns for a period of three to six months, beginning 1 May 2018 or shortly thereafter.

Devoirs et responsabilités

Under the overall supervision of the Investigations Advisor, the intern provides support to the Investigations Section in the conduct of investigations into allegations of various types of wrongdoing.

In carrying out this overall function, the Intern:

  • Carries out research and drafts opinion memos on matters relating to the investigative process;

  • Assists in conducting preliminary assessments of complaints;

  • Assists in the conduct of interviews with subjects, complainants or witnesses;

  • Assists in identifying, collating and analysing potential evidence;

  • Assists in drafting documents and communications with respect to cases under investigation;

  • Assists with the review of investigation reports and other documents to ensure that citations to evidence in footnotes are accurate and complete; and

  • Undertakes other related tasks as requested.


  • Demonstrates integrity;
  • Demonstrates the ability to remain objective, neutral and independent;
  • Displays cultural sensitivity;
  • Produces timely, quality outputs;
  • Exercises sound judgment/analysis;
  • Ability to handle multiple tasks;
  • Writes clearly and effectively; and
  • Speaks clearly and convincingly.

Qualifications et expériences requises


  • Be enrolled in a graduate school programme (second university degree or equivalent, or higher) in law, international crime and justice, criminal justice, forensic investigations or related field;

  • Be enrolled in the final academic year of a first university degree programme (minimum Bachelor’s level or equivalent) in law, international crime and justice, criminal justice, forensic investigations or related field; or

  • Have graduated with a university degree in law, international crime and justice, criminal justice, forensic investigations or related field and able to start the internship within one-year of graduation.


  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office programmes (word, power point, excel) required; and

  • Interest and/or experience in dealing with investigations, administrative and/or disciplinary law or law enforcement is desirable


  • Fluency in written and spoken English required;

  • Proficiency in French and/or Spanish highly desirable; and

  • Proficiency in other languages desirable.


Additional Information:

  • Interns are not financially remunerated by UNDP;

  • Internship is located at UNDP Headquarters in New York;

  • Costs and arrangements for travel, visas, accommodation and living expenses are the responsibility of the intern;

  • Internship can be full time or part time (at least 24 hours a week);

  • Internship starts as soon as possible; and

  • Internship will be for a period of three to six months.

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