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Working with UNESCO as staff member, intern or volunteer, means working towards a better world and building peace through knowledge exchange, social progress, and mutual understanding among people. UNESCO Bangkok is the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization’s regional bureau for Education whose work in the field of education, natural science, social and human science, culture and communication has a bearing on the lives of almost two-thirds of the world’s population in 47 member countries across the Asia-Pacific region.

UNESCO Bangkok offers opportunities for people with determination and motivation to help the Organization achieving its goals.


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  • JA 01-20 - National Project Assistant

    Application date
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    Title:

    National Project Assistant (Only candidates who have the right to live and work in Myanmar may apply to this position)

    Domain:

    Administration

    Grade:

    SB-3 SC-5 Min level of the local UNDP salary scale

    Organizational Unit:

    Administration Unit

    Primary Location:

    Yangon, Myanmar (The location of this assignment may be updated to Nay Pyi Taw during the course of this contract if and when the UNESCO Myanmar office moves to Nay Pyi Taw)

    Type of Contract:

    Service Contract

    Duration:

    Initial three (3) months probationary period; renewal subject to satisfactory performance and availability of funds

    Deadline for Application:

    4 February 2020 (midnight, Myanmar time)

    Report to work:

    As soon as possible

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  • Call for Consultancy - SDG4 (Education 2030) in Asia Pacific

    Application date
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    Organizational Unit: UNESCO Bangkok Office, Section for Inclusive Quality Education
    Duration of Contract: 17 February – 30 May 2020 (tentative)
    Application Deadline: 10 February 2020

    Assignment: To conduct an analytical 5-year progress review (5PR) of the SDG4 (Education 2030) in Asia Pacific and draft a Regional Progress Report as a key input to the second Asia Pacific Regional Education Ministers Conference (APREMC-II).