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National Project Associate

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Title: National Project Associate

Description:

  • Coordinate the implementation of the project supporting film industry and regional film cooperation, ensuring the achievement of the project objectives, implementation of the proposed activities and production of the outputs/deliverables as per the approved project document and work plans, including following up and reporting progress;
  • Manage the financial and administrative aspects of the project and make revisions of the work plans and budget in the course of implementation as necessary;
  • Organize individual activities, support the mobilization of experts, both from the UNESCO and outside national and international consultants;
  • Coordinate and supervise logistical arrangements related to the project implementation in close consultation with the government counterparts, including the National Commission for UNESCO, Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism; relevant private sector, civil societies and film professionals;
  • Assist in conduction of specific technical tasks in order to achieve the project objectives linked to the implementation of the work plans under the project;
  • Work with the communication officer to provide regular inputs about the project activities for website and other visibility means;
  • Ensure all key stakeholders including the relevant departments in the MOCST, National Commission for UNESCO are informed on a regular basis on progress of the project;
  • Report on the progress of activities/expenditures on a quarterly basis to the Culture Programme Coordinator and Head of Office (submission of a quarterly report);

Attachment:

Address for application:

A letter of motivation in English (one page) indicating qualifications and experience relevant to the position, together with the completed UN Personal History form (P11) should be sent to the following address:

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  • Administrative Section, UNESCO Ha Noi Office, 304 Kim Ma Street, Ba Dinh District, Ha Noi

Deadline for submission: 5 April 2019. Midnight, Hanoi time

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