Vendedora (Former Employee) – Mar del Plata, B – July 17, 2014
ingreso a las 10 a.m en puntos de encuantro fijados por nuestro Encargado frenar gente y comentarle que es Unicef cuales eran los proyectos a seguir de la empresa y luego comentarle como puede ser socio y que befecio tiene.
trabajo insalubre. nadie resguarda tu seguridad en la vía publica
Excellent UN organization aimed at improving living conditions for children everywhere
Organizational Development Consultant (Current Employee) – New York, NY – July 4, 2017
-Good work/life balance -Colleagues are unified in working towards the improvement of life for children across the globe -Excellent hands on experience in organizational development, conducting needs assessment, strategy development, workshop facilitation and design
Lead Analyst (Current Employee) – New York, NY – April 19, 2017
Had an opportunity to work with colleagues from all cultures. During my long tenure with UNICEF I had opportunity to work on multiple projects with different challenges and complexities.
I never shied away from taking on challenges and proving my ability to handle complex projects without issues.
As UNICEF is a hierarchical Organization many a times faced difficulty convincing Management to change existing policies and procedures. Challenges in the end were converted to Opportunities and learned as well as I grew in the process.
Salaries are tax exempt at UNICEF. Good Health benefits.
Not many opportunites for vertical professional growth.
Human Resources Consultant (Former Employee) – New York, NY – January 31, 2017
working for different areas within HQ gave the consultants a lot of exposure and branch out to different parts, not just within NY but in the field. it is a great stepping stone for individuals that wish to get into non profit jobs
Human Resources Assistant (Former Employee) – New York, NY – January 2, 2017
Wonderful organization to work for. There will be a few things you will have to get accustomed to, but overall it's great. If your are looking for some place that gives you i am contributing to a great cause then this might be the place for you.
Intern (Former Employee) – New York, NY – December 30, 2016
As only an intern, I can say that the time spent working at UNICEF was enlightening and fulfilling. Being able to see the inner workings of such an organization and contribute in a small way was educational in its own way, as while I was personally only involved in the Human Resources division, the information passed through me to its destination revealed interesting new parts of the organization with every file I organized and request that I authorized.
Friendly environment, tasks that can be done unaided.
I Learned a lot about working in emergency education and rehabilitation and rebuilding.
Project Manager Education (Former Employee) – Azad Jammu and Kashmir, Pakistan – December 4, 2016
During my work with UNICEF and SSD AJK, I gained experience about working in emergencies especially in education and other related fields. where i had a chance to work at grassroots level. Learned about multitasking in management. Deal with co-workers.
improved interpersonal skills, communication skills and decision making.
Business Analyst (Current Employee) – New York, NY – July 14, 2016
Lacking coherent and transparent career development. The current human resources system is process driven, rather than managing human resources - its most valuable asset. The organization can offer better contemporary management of its human resources, including mentoring, guidance and internal promotion.
Good benefits and very interesting work. It's mission.
Program Officer, Youth Development & Empowerment (Current Employee) – Monrovia – June 30, 2016
Working at UNICEF has provided me the best opportunity of my career, with good team to work with. There is work/life balance as we share jokes, personal problems and get some advice from colleagues.
My work at UNICEF has given me linkages to government functionaries and other NGO partners, as we deliver our programs to the women and children of Liberia through them. Management has been receptive to staff issues; especially serving as vice president of the UNICEF Liberia Staff Association has given me the opportunity of attending some senior management meetings and being part of decision making. As an executive committee member of the SA, I am a member of the Joint Consultative Committee of the UNICEF Country Office, where the country representative and other senior managers consult on major issues pertinent to the office and staff to make informed decisions.
The hardest part of the work has been coping with my new job as program officer, after serving as administrative and operational staff for more than 9 years with the UN. With the capacity building efforts of the CO, I've overcome and learned a lot.
My work mates have been the best, and our moments together, especially during lunch, have been the best time. The most enjoyable part of my job is the field trips, when I have to go in the field to monitor my programs, having meetings with community elders and youths, women's groups, etc. for experience sharing and way forward.
trend to become more corporate style of organization
Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist (Former Employee) – Dushanbe, Tajikisan – June 21, 2016
great resources to promote the child rights agenda; lack of transparency and healthy working environment; management practicing dirty approaches to manage the organization - carrot and stick; bad manager and good manager
The time I had a difficult time was when I had to release funds in the system for a partner to implement the activity, the system was blocked because he had more than 6-9 months, the good part was while I was thinking how to go about it the Partner appeared in the office with the full liquidation saying they have completed the implementing the activity now they are ready with the progress reports and final liquidation to clear and this will enable the system to open up.
staff gathering, staff lunch gathering, management support to staff
working extra hours to complete an assignment in a insecurity State.
Active volunteer (Current Employee) – work from home – October 1, 2015
Helping people for different aspects.Solving strategic business problems by designing computer-based information systems were exciting and rewarding.In the workplace, it is imperative that technology works both effectively and reliably. Computer and information systems people play a vital role in the implementation of technology within their organizations.