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INEE Education and Fragility Intern
Statut de l´offre Recrutement en cours
Offre proposée depuis le 25-01-2010
Lieu Intern will be based in Paris, France at the main building of UNESCO. Intern will sit in the Post-Conflict, Post-Disaster (PCPD) section of the Education Sector at UNESCO.
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Description du poste proposé Background
The Inter-Agency Network for Education in Emergencies (INEE) is an open global network of over
4,000 members working together within a humanitarian and development framework to ensure all
persons the right to quality education and a safe learning environment in emergencies and post-crisis
recovery. The Working Group on Education and Fragility within INEE is as an inter-agency mechanism
that coordinates diverse initiatives and catalyzes collaborative action on education and fragility.
UNESCO is a member of the Steering Group of INEE, along with IRC, UNICEF, UNHCR, Norwegian
Refugee Council, CARE International, Christian Children’s Fund, the Save the Children Alliance and
the World Bank. The INEE Secretariat consists of a Director (based at IRC in New York), a Coordinator
for Minimum Standards (based at UNICEF in New York), a Coordinator for Network Services (based at
UNHCR in Geneva), and a Coordinator for Education and Fragility (based at UNESCO in Paris).
Responsibilities
The INEE Education and Fragility Intern will assist the Coordinator for Education and Fragility with
activities related to facilitating the work of the INEE Working Group on Education and Fragility. Primary
tasks for the intern will focus on assistance to the Coordinator in support of the Working Group’s work
plan. Specific activities may include but are not limited to:
Assist with liaising with and managing inputs of consultants, Working Group members and other
stakeholders on activities defined in the work plan
Assist with planning and organization of activities related to the launch, dissemination and
application of the Guide on External Education Financing in Low Income and Fragile States
currently being developed by the Working Group.
Assist with planning and organization of activities related to the dissemination of the synthesis
report on the Situational Analyses of Education and Fragility currently being developed by the
Working Group.
Assist with ongoing engagement, outreach and coordination efforts with various education
stakeholders, particularly within UNESCO (e.g. EFA International Coordination Team, Global
Monitoring Report Team)
Assist with compilation of edits and feedback from Working Group members on various
documents and tasks; editing and reviewing documents as needed
Assist with communication tasks in support of the Working Group including development of
monthly emails to the Working Group and to the Partners of the Working Group email list and
regular updates to the Education and Fragility webpages on the INEE website
Provide general support to the INEE Coordinator for Education and Fragility including
administrative activities as determined
The INEE Education and Fragility Intern will provide additional assistance to the INEE Secretariat and
inputs to tasks for the broader INEE membership as needed.
Qualifications demandées Requirements:
Ongoing graduate studies in a relevant field (e.g. education, conflict resolution, international
relations, etc.)
o NOTE: Per UNESCO internship requirements, the Education and Fragility intern must be
a student at the time of the internship.
Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of the concepts and issues of education and
fragility
Strong attention to detail in all tasks
Excellent organizational skills: the ability to track and follow-up on various efforts;
Excellent analytical and writing skills: the ability to draft documents, reports, and syntheses as
well as edit and incorporate feedback into documents
Strong communication skills: excellent command of English-language, both spoken and written;
additional proficiency in French (reading and writing skills) preferred
Good interpersonal skills: the ability to successfully interact with a variety of people
Flexible work attitude: the ability to work under pressure and short timelines; the ability to follow
direction and effectively learn and work in an inter-agency environment as well as self-motivate
Excellent computer skills: MS Word and Excel
Salaire unpaid opportunity.
Comment postuler ? Potential candidates should submit applications to Kerstin Tebbe, INEE Coordinator for
Education for Fragility, at kerstin@ineesite.org by Friday 26 February.
CV à envoyer par email à kerstin@ineesite.org
Personne à contacter Kerstin Tebbe
Son email: kerstin@ineesite.org
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