The UN agency that focuses on international public health continues to build out its Ombuds program. The current posting seeks a a full-time Regional Ombudsman based in Brazzaville for a two-year contract. The WHO Ombudsman is José Martínez-Aragón, but this new position reports locally.
Applicants must have an advanced degree in public health, management, administration, social science, law, organizational development or related area. Accreditation as a Certified Organizational Ombudsman Practitioner (CO-OP) or a certified mediator is preferable. In addition, applicants must have at least ten years of relevant work experience, including: at least five years as a mediator/ombudsman/conflict resolution manager or leader or as an expert in conflict resolution and/or in mediation management. Managerial experience in international, intergovernmental organization, government or national public institutions is also preferred. Applications are due January 24, 2020. (WHO Jobs.)
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