OSCE Special Monitoring Mission to Ukraine (SMM)
NORDEM is seeking candidates for various posts in the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) Special Monitoring Mission to Ukraine (SMM).
Vacancies will be posted here. Currently there are no vacant posts.
http://www.osce.org/employment/108718http://www.osce.org/employment/108718A monitor from the OSCE Special Monitoring Mission to Ukraine assess damage near Shyrokyne, 4 July 2015. (OSCE/Evgeniy Maloletka)
More information about the Special Monitoring Mission to Ukraine (SMM)
How to apply
Interested candidates are asked to send a CV and short cover letter in English to NORDEM. Candidates selected for nomination by NORDEM also have to successfully fill in the OSCE Application Form in the OSCE database by the deadline set by the OSCE, providing the requisite level of detail about their professional experience, previous responsibilities, achievements and other relevant qualifications. Both NORDEM and the OSCE use competency based interviews in the recruitment process. You can read more about the OSCE recruitment process, competency based interviews and how to write an application to the OSCE here
Salary and remuneration
Salary range: 55 – 70 (the Norwegian state's salary scale) depending on the post (Monitoring Officers currently at 60), in addition to hardship allowance based on the rates of the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. In addition, the OSCE pays a daily board and lodging allowance (BLA). Seconded personnel will be offered a fixed term contract with the possibility of extension. Read more about NORDEM’s terms of appointment and remuneration.
These are seconded vacancies and only candidates selected by NORDEM will be nominated to the OSCE who will then make the final selection among all nominated candidates from OSCE participating States. The selection process is based on an interview and a written test. If selected, the candidate is employed by both the OSCE and NORDEM. Only Norwegian citizens can apply through NORDEM to seconded vacancies in the the OSCE.
We would appreciate circulation of these vacancies to relevant professional environments.