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UNDP Eritrea

Jobs and Procurement

Jobs

As the UN's global development network, UNDP is at the forefront of today's development dialogue in championing the poor and disadvantaged.

Our focus is on providing developing countries with knowledge-based consulting services and building national, regional and global coalitions for change. With a strong history of inclusion and consensus-building, UNDP has earned the trust and partnership of leaders across the developing world. We are now hiring a new generation of expert practitioners who want to contribute to those partnerships by offering strategic approaches to long-standing problems. We seek individuals who can communicate advice and new ideas across cultures and all strata of society.

UNDP Eritrea's e-Recruitment system aims to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of the entire recruitment process in particular by ensuring that the process is transparent and that the right candidate for the right job is recruited.

We have a wide range of international and national opportunities at various levels; competitive salaries offered commensurate with experience. UNDP does not charge a fee at any stage of its recruitment process (application, interview, processing, training, visa or other fee).

 

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Procurement

Procurement is the overall process of acquiring goods, civil works and services which includes all functions from the identification of needs, selection and solicitation of sources, preparation and award of contract, and all phases of contract administration through the end of a services’ contract or the useful life of an asset.

UNDP thrives in ensuring fair procurement processes among its suppliers are followed. UNDP Eritrea conducts its procurement activities with the highest degree of transparency in order to ensure that suppliers may compete fairly and equally for procurement business opportunities. The integrity of our procurement process stem from strict compliance with established UNDP global guidelines, which conform to internationally recognized procurement standards and best practices.

 

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