Applicants must have Master’s degree in alternative dispute resolution or law; twenty (!) years of relevant professional experience; experience developing online training tools and materials; and experience as providing conflict resolution services or as Ombuds in international organizations. Fluency in English is required and proficiency in Spanish and/or French is an advantage. Applications are due April 15, 2021. (UNDP Jobs.)
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