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UNODC Vacancy Announement

UNDP, on behalf of United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), is pleased to announce the following vacancies. Follow link for more details.

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Admin/Finance Assistant

Administrative Assistant

UNDP office is seeking to recruit Bhutanese National as Admin Assistant. Details of the post is as hereunder:

Title of post:    

Administrative Assistant

Post Level:


Type of Contract:

Contract Duration:

Education qualification requirement:

Work experience requirement:

Fixed Term Appointment

One year (Extendable)

Secondary education, certification in administration is desirable

5 Years of relevant experience in administration and programme support services

Type of VA:

External vacancy announcement

Application Deadline:

15 April 2017 (10 AM)

Click on the link  for full Terms of Reference and online application submission. Should you have any query related to the announcement please contact .

Vacancy Announcement: One Programme Coordination Analyst


Post Title:              One Programme Coordination Analyst

Contract Type:      Fixed Term Appointment- NOA

Duration                 1 year (Extendable)

Duties and Responsibilities:

The United Nations Resident Coordinator’s Office (RCO) is seeking to recruit a Bhutanese National as One Programme Coordination Analyst under the RCO to take appropriate initiatives and perform tasks to strengthen the capacity of the UN Country Team in Bhutan, within the framework of the Standard Operating Procedures for Delivering as One and other Development Operations Coordination Office (DOCO) guidelines. The One Programme Coordination Analyst works in close collaboration with UN Country Team members, the donor community in Bhutan, programme and operations teams of the UN agencies, funds and programmes, UNDG, Government officials, and civil society in ensuring successful implementation of the UNCT and RCO work plans and activities.

Minimum Qualification & Competencies:

  • Master’s degree or equivalent in economics, social sciences, international relations, political science or similar field.

  • At least 2 years of relevant experience at the national or international level. Experience with coordination, planning, monitoring and evaluation, in the UN system is desirable.

Closing date: 1 March 2017 (Sunday)


Announcement for Consultancy Services

UNDP country office invites proposals from qualified and experienced National Consultants to undertake the following assignments, the findings of which will contribute to the formulation and design of the UNDP/GEF/LDCF project “Enhancing Sustainability and Climate Resilience of Forest and Agricultural Landscapes and Community Livelihoods in Bhutan


Post Title


Closing date


Value Chain and Market Analysis of Renewable Natural Resources Products

30 working days

14th March 2016


Study on Crop and Livestock Compensation/ Insurance against Climate-induced Disasters and Wildlife Incursions

40 working days

14th March 2016


Biodiversity and Socio-economic Assessments of Targeted Protected Areas and Biological Corridors.

50 working days

14th March 2016


Assessment of Gewog Connectivity Roads for Enhanced Climate Resilience.

35 working days

14th March 2016

Application details:

For detailed terms of reference (ToR) for the above assignment, please email to

Post Title: National Consultant for Local Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment and Adaptation Planning

Project Name:UNDP/GEF/LDCF Project on Enhancing Sustainability and Climate Resilience of Forest and Agricultural Landscapes and Community  Livelihoods in Bhutan

Contract Type:Individual Contract

Duration:60 working days

UNDP country office invites proposals from qualified and experienced National Consultants to assess the climate change vulnerabilities to local livelihoods, including livelihood assets/ resources, identify existing and potential community-level adaptation responses and associated local capacity development needs to reduce the vulnerabilities, and collect baselines required for GEF CCA tracking tool. The findings of the assessment will be vital to the formulation and design of the UNDP/GEF/LDCF project.

Minimum qualifications:

  •  Master’s degree or higher in climate change adaptation, environmental management, rural development, or related field;
  • At least seven years of relevant progressive work experience;
  • Knowledge and skills for participatory rural appraisal and experience in carrying out climate Extensive experience of working with local governments and communities in rural areas;
  • Excellent communication and facilitation skills in Dzongkha and local Bhutanese dialects;
  • Very good analytical and report writing skills in English.

Closing date: Tuesday 8th March 2016

Application details:

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