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19 days ago

SharePoint Administrator (off-shore)

UNICEF New York, NY

Support the performance tuning exercise following a review of the SharePoint and SQL configuration settings Support the disasterrecovery exercise… Dice


19 days ago

Intranet Infrastructure Administrator (off-shore)

UNICEF New York, NY

Provide ongoing support to the Domino to SharePoint migration project by doing an analysis of the content maintenance and usage of the existing… Dice


19 days ago

SharePoint Administrator (onsite)

UNICEF New York, NY

Installation, upgrades, patches, configuration, administration, and support of all Share Point ServicesShare Point portal servers. Application… Dice


4 days ago

Legacy Administration Manager

UNICEF UK London, England

34,964 - 40,902 per annum Right now, children are in danger. They face violence, disease, hunger, and the chaos of war and disaster. This is wrong… Adzuna


10 days ago

Manager, Major Donors (P4)

UNICEF United Kingdom +2 locations

Background For 60 years, UNICEF has been working on the ground in 190 countries and territories to promote children's survival, protection and… Adzuna


4 days ago

Major Donor Manager

UNICEF UK London, England

31,845 - 37,254 per annum Right now, children are in danger. They face violence, disease, hunger, and the chaos of war and disaster. This is wrong… Adzuna


11 days ago

Head of Gifts & Wills

Unicef UK London, England

Head of Gifts & Wills 47,735 - 55,038 per annum inclusive Right now, children are in danger. They face violence, disease, hunger, and the chaos of… Adzuna


11 days ago

Media & Communications Manager Partnerships & CSR

UNICEF London, England

31,845 - 37,254 per annum Right now, children are in danger. They face violence, disease, hunger, and the chaos of war and disaster. This is wrong… Adzuna


12 days ago

Media & Communications Officer

Unicef UK London, England

29,864 - 34,936 per annum Right now, children are in danger. They face violence, disease, hunger, and the chaos of war and disaster. This is wrong… Adzuna


6 days ago

Senior Special Events Manager

UNICEF UK London, England

39,153 - 45,803 per annum inclusive Right now, children are in danger. They face violence, disease, hunger, and the chaos of war and disaster. This… Adzuna


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    Pros

    The mission is inspiring and unassailable (securing/realizing children's rights), and its organizational values strong. It's highly decentralized, placing much decision making authority at the country level, and its mandate and in-country presence open doors to government that simply aren't open to others. It's uniquely positioned as an international public organization governed by member states, to bring together governments, donors, and civil society. And it has enormous programme reach and scope - supporting development programmes in maternal and child health, nutrition, water and sanitation, HIV and AIDS, education, protection, and social inclusion as well as humanitarian assistance. It's staff, by and large, are smart, capable, committed, dedicated, influential people, from all over the world.

    Cons

    The internal processes, bureaucracy, hierarchy, and structure can be stifling and time consuming. Support functions like HR, IT, Finance, and Operations for the most part seem designed more to protect UNICEF from its staff rather than to enable its staff to function effectively. Senior level decisions affecting key aspects of our work such as strategic plans, results monitoring systems, programme priorities, funding allocations, and internal processes and procedures seem uncoordinated and sometimes contradictory.

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    There needs to be more of a balance between what works from the ground up and what works from the top down. Put more time, care, and energy into what's needed in terms of effectively rolling out new initiatives and priorities in an organization as decentralized as we are. HR and IT policies and practices need to more effectively facilitate staff and programme functioning.

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