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IAEA Monthly Employment Opportunities and Webinar of the Month - December 2016 2016-12-06 Se-Moon Park 0
Dear Sir or Madam, 
With regard to the International Atomic Energy Agency’s efforts to increase visibility of its vacancies  among well qualified applicants, including  women and candidates from developing Member States,  we would greatly appreciate it if you could forward this notice to qualified professionals worldwide and to pertinent professional organizations/associations in your home countries.
Webinar of the Month – Preparing a Job Application for the IAEA 
 Thursday, 15 December 2016 – at 15h  (CET)(UTC+1)
The International Atomic Energy Agency is an independent international organization related to the United Nations (UN) system. We offer challenging assignments in a stimulating multicultural workplace. As international civil servants, staff members engage with current, meaningful issues of global peace, security and development. This webinar is aimed at professionals interested in learning more about the application process at the IAEA. During this live online presentation, recruiters and hiring managers will elaborate on the application and selection process, describe how to create a general profile on TALEO and sign up for vacancy updates, and provide tips to potential candidates. Professionals from all fields across Member States are encouraged to register and attend this event. Registrations from qualified women and candidates from developing countries are encouraged. In order to register, please visit and click on the Webinar of the Month button.
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Job of the Month: The Assistant Secretary is a team member, contributing to ensuring that the Policy-Making Organs are supported in functioning well, and a liaison between internal stakeholders, Policy Making Organs and Member States, as required;  an analyst, providing background information through research, analysis and assessments on the procedures and practises, interests of Member States and other issues related to the work of the Policy Making Organs. Qualified candidate should have a minimum of five years of progressively responsible relevant professional experience preferably in diplomacy, multilateral negotiations and external relations in a multilateral environment.
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