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Are you looking for a career in multilateral organisations?

We are seeking candidates with 3 years’ relevant experience for the following Junior...

cinfo's 2016 can be summarised as a year marked by numerous projects and challenges. But which ones? You will find the answers in our annual report. ...

What drives the careers of Swiss professionals who work for UN agencies or International Financial Institutions? Why do people decide to join, remain or...

Agenda
  • on-site
    Bienne
    27.06.2017

    Living and working abroad requires staff members and employers to adopt safety and security measures, especially in volatile environments and...

  • on-site
    Bienne
    29.08.2017

    Are you questioning your competencies, where you stand professionally and what direction you want to take in the future? ...

  • on-site
    Biel
    08.09.2017

    Sie interessieren sich dafür, in der internationalen Zusammenarbeit (IZA) zu arbeiten, haben aber noch keine oder kaum Erfahrung und wenig...

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Open JPO positions

Are you looking for a career in multilateral organisations?

We are seeking candidates with 3 years’ relevant experience for the following Junior Professional Officer (JPO) positions:

  • Supply Chain Officer (P-2), WFP, Nairobi
    Application deadline: 28 June 2017
  • Disaster Risk Reduction Officer (P-2), WFP, Rome
    Application deadline: 28 June 2017
  • Evaluation Specialist, WBG, Washington D.C.
    Application deadline: 09 July 2017
  • Project Specialist – Digital Financial Services, WBG, Washington D.C.
    Application deadline: 09 July 2017

Open to Swiss nationals only, the application procedures are less competitive than for other positions in multilateral organisations. Seize the opportunity!

How about a virtual coffee break?

Technology has revolutionised the way in which organisations interact with their staff in the field. Increasingly, teams are directed at a distance by project managers and coordinators from headquarters in Switzerland.

However, remote teams cannot be managed in the same way as on-site teams. It is much more complicated to create a shared identity, ensure group cohesion and adherence to common objectives. Daniel Glinz, senior Advisor and Trainer at cinfo, presents the training course Leading Remote Teams and explains the issues involved.

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