Background Information - Job-specific
The Communications Practice Group (CPG) provides communication support and services to UNOPS personnel, and country and partnership offices around the world. CPG develops communications strategies, policies, plans and channels based on communications needs and expectations; mmaintains and strengthens UNOPS corporate identity through official reporting to the Executive Board and other external communications, enabling accountability and transparency; communicates a clear direction and strategic focus, ensuring that the people of UNOPS understand and can demonstrate their contribution to the its success; and facilitates and encourages the sharing of information, knowledge and best practices, achieving dialogue throughout the organization.
The intern will work in the Communications Team of the Communications and Partnerships Group under the overall supervision of the Brand & Design Lead, and will assist in the designing of various internal/external materials (i.e. reports, posters, icons, etc.) for print and web. Shortlisted candidates will be asked to complete a test to assess their creative capacity.
Note: All candidates are asked to include a portfolio with their application.
The intern is responsible to abide by security policies, administrative instructions, plans and procedures of the UN Security Management System and that of UNOPS.
Specific intern responsibilities include, but are not
The incumbent needs to demonstrate UN core values, in addition to the below comp...
Enrollment in a University Degree Programme in Graphic Design, Illust...
Contract type, level and duration
Contract duration: 6 Months
Please note that the closing date is midnight Copenhagen time
Background Information - UNOPS
“UNOPS plays a
critical role in providing management services for our life...