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Section Head (Facilities Management), Vienna, Austria
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International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) : Section Head (Facilities Management), Vienna, Austria 0 International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) vom 30.01.2021, 00:00 Uhr Organization: International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Country: Austria Grade: P-4 Closing date: Wednesday, 10 February 2021 Section Head (Facilities Management)(P4) ( 2020/0536 (218635) ) Organization: MTGS-Facilities Management Section Job Posting: 2021-01-27, 8:07:44 AM Contract Type : Temporary Assistance Regular This is a re-opening of the vacancy. Candidates who already applied do not need to re-submit an application. Organizational Setting The Department of Management’s Division of General Services (MTGS) provides support functions to the IAEA through its five Sections, namely the Archives and Records Section (ARMS), the Commissary Management Section (CMS), the Facilities Management Section (FMS), the Transport and General Support Section (TGSS), and the Seibersdorf Laboratories Services Section (SLSS). The Facilities Management Section provides technical advice and has overall responsibility for the implementation of major facilities management specific projects and administrative services including property management and multi-media services for the IAEA. The Section comprises of two Units, namely the Facilities and Property Management Unit and the Project and Technical Support Services Unit. Main Purpose Reporting to the Director of General Services, the Section Head plans, coordinates and supervises all matters related to strategy and the implementation of programmatic objectives for effective response to a wide range of projects, including building and engineering services, property control and inventory services and technical support for the IAEA’s conferences and meetings. The Section also provides professional services to off-site IAEA representations, such as the Monaco Laboratories and regional offices. The Section Head plans, coordinates and manages the activities of the Facilities Management Section consisting of the (i) Facilities and Property Management Unit and the (ii) Project and Technical Support Services. Role The Section Head is: (1) an adviser to the Division Director (DIR-MTGS) on matters of policy, strategy, and complex facilities management issues and operational services; (2) a team leader, ensuring prompt and efficient service delivery, and effective results; (3) a manager, responsible for effective human and financial resources management, and supporting staff development; and (4) an engineer and substantive expert, professionally overseeing and coordinating engineering and facilities management services. Functions / Key Results Expected Ensure strategic integration of the outputs: lead the collaborative planning of the programme of the Section, identify and encourage linkages with related work units, internal and external stakeholders, and integrate the medium-term strategy to business requirements. Establish concrete objectives, milestones and performance indicators, and review effectiveness and the focus on priorities in line with the results based framework. Provide leadership and structure: develop the annual work and budgetary plans in line with the Programme and Budget. Lead and manage an innovative and effective team of professional and support staff, promote internal and external collaboration, and ensure, through learning opportunities, work assignments and recruitment, an effective balance of skills, competence and resources. Guide the development of best-practices, policies and standard operating procedures framework in the area of the facilities management and administrative support services and ensure their effectiveness and consistent application throughout the organization. Promote, and actively pursue cross-cutting collaboration to enable integration with related plans and policies, as well as the broader goals and strategies of the IAEA. Manage IAEA facilities and related activities, including supervision of general architectural and engineering design and detailed planning of work, the preparation of specifications, cost estimates and time schedules for all new construction, additions and alterations for IAEA Headquarters in the VIC, the laboratories Seibersdorf and Monaco, the premises in Toronto and Tokyo, and the offices in New York and Geneva. Review proposals, work and activities for technical soundness, compliance with applicable industry standards and norms, and safety requirements. 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Teamwork Encourages teamwork, builds effective teams and resolves problems by creating a supportive and collaborative team spirit, remaining mindful of the need to collaborate with people outside the immediate area of responsibility. NameDefinition Analytical thinking Applies business analytics to establish programme priorities. Makes rational judgements from the available information and analysis. Client orientation Examines client plans and develops services and options to support ongoing relationships. Develops solutions that add value to the Agency’s programmes and operations. Judgement/decision making Consults with and seeks advice at the appropriate managerial level when making complex decisions. Facilitates dialogue and development of best practice to support judgement/decision making, in full compliance with the Agency’s regulations and rules. 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The Division does this by establishing standards of safety for the protection of health, including standards for nuclear power plants and other nuclear installations and facilities, and by providing for the application of these standards through, among other things, support for the IAEA’s Technical Cooperation programme, the rendering of safety review services, the promotion of education and training, the fostering of information exchange and the coordination of research and development. In addition, the Division helps ensure safety at nuclear installations by promulgating international safety instruments such as the Convention on Nuclear Safety and the Code of Conduct on the Safety of Research Reactors. 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Role The Director is: the principal adviser to the Deputy Director General on such issues as strategy and policy, trends and emerging challenges in relevant areas, and on the relevant programmes for planning and delivery in response to the needs of Member States and the global nuclear safety and security framework; a leader, providing strategic direction towards development and implementation in the corresponding programme areas in line with a results based approach, as well as promoting good performance and teamwork, and creating an environment where staff can develop their skills and share knowledge and experience; a manager, acting in accordance with the IAEA’s values and ethical standards in making decisions regarding financial, human, information and knowledge resources. Functions / Key Results Expected Lead the Division of Nuclear Installation Safety, providing direction and guidance to staff, and establishing and monitoring standards of excellence in performance. Direct the development of and coordinate the assistance provided for programmes on nuclear installation safety in line with the expressed needs of Member States and a results based approach. Tags advisory services civil servants information exchange international cooperation international relations nuclear power nuclear power plants nuclear safety nuclear science organizational development power plants professional associations programme planning research and development safety and security safety standards technical cooperation Lead the IAEA’s activities related to supporting and further strengthening the global nuclear safety and security framework in assigned technical areas, e.g. through promoting the Convention on Nuclear Safety and the Code of Conduct on the Safety of Research Reactors, and providing for the development and updating of safety standards and their application in Member States with a view to establishing a harmonized approach at the international level. Promote peer reviews and advisory services in an integrated and harmonized manner. Represent the IAEA and its professional standing at international conferences and forums and liaise with senior level representatives in relevant institutions and other international organizations to gain awareness of emerging trends. Strengthen IAEA cooperation with other international organizations and professional associations through synergetic activities. Lead the Division’s contribution to the design and implementation of the Departmental capacity building strategy and policies for safety and security activities. Competencies and Expertise Core Competencies NameDefinition Planning and Organizing Sets clearly defined objectives for the Department/Division in line with the priorities of the Agency. Works toward Agency-wide efficiencies with a view to strengthening and harmonizing planning systems and capacities at the Departmental/Divisional level. Communication Promotes an environment of open communication within and outside of the Agency, ensuring that sensitive information is protected. Inspires staff at all levels through his/her communication. Achieving Results Sets the overall direction for the Departmental/Divisional goals, and promotes a results based management culture that focuses on the achievement of programme results in an effective and efficient manner. Teamwork Motivates and empowers staff, and fosters a collaborative approach across the Department/Division and the Agency as a whole. Acts as a role model when handling disagreements. NameDefinition Judgement/decision making Ensures that the judgements and decisions that are taken promote the Agency’s strategic goals, the one-house approach, and are in full compliance with the Agency’s regulations and rules. Partnership building Develops strategic partnerships and alliances. Leverages combined network resources to support the Agency’s programmes and priorities in achieving Agency-wide results. Technical/scientific credibility Demonstrates vision, expertise and resourcefulness in developing strategies, seizing good opportunities, mastering challenges and risks, and addressing issues relevant to the programme goals. Required Expertise Management and Programme Analysis International Relations People, programme and budgetary management and leadership experience. Nuclear Safety Nuclear Safety Principles Awareness of international trends and issues in nuclear installation safety. Qualifications, Experience and Language skills Master’s Degree Advanced university degree in nuclear science, nuclear engineering or other closely related field. A first level university degree with additional 5 years of relevant experience may be considered in lieu of an advanced university degree. Minimum of 15 years of progressively responsible relevant professional experience in a National and/or International environment, with experience in a broad spectrum of nuclear safety related management areas and/or in human and financial resource management, programme planning and organizational development. At least 5 of these years should have been at the senior management or executive level. Proven track record of excellent leadership. Minimum of five years of working experience in international cooperation in the area of nuclear installation safety an asset. Excellent oral and written command of English. Knowledge of other official IAEA languages (Arabic, Chinese, French, Russian and Spanish) is an asset. Remuneration The IAEA offers an attractive remuneration package including a tax-free annual net base salary starting at US $100800 (subject to mandatory deductions for pension contributions and health insurance), a variable post adjustment which currently amounts to US $ 50803, dependency benefits, rental subsidy, education grant, relocation and repatriation expenses; 6 weeks‘ annual vacation, home leave, pension plan and health insurance Applications from qualified women and candidates from developing countries are encouraged Applicants should be aware that IAEA staff members are international civil servants and may not accept instructions from any other authority. The IAEA is committed to applying the highest ethical standards in carrying out its mandate. As part of the United Nations common system, the IAEA subscribes to the following core ethical standards (or values): Integrity, Professionalism and Respect for diversity. Staff members may be assigned to any location. 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Director for Human Resources, Vienna, Austria
Wienerzeitung, Wien
Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe : Director for Human Resources, Vienna, Austria 0 Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) vom 18.05.2021, 00:00 Uhr Director for Human Resources, Vienna, Austria Organization: Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) Country: Austria Closing date: Wednesday, 2 June 2021 The majority of positions in OSCE field operations are filled by secondment, which means that individuals are nominated by their respective OSCE participating State. In addition, a limited number of seconded positions are available at the OSCE Secretariat and the institutions. Issued by OSCE Secretariat Vacancy number VNSECP01640 Vacancy type International Contracted Field of expertise Human Resources Management Grade D1 Number of posts 1 Duty station Vienna Date of issue 28 April 2021 Deadline for application 2 June 2021 - 23:59 Central European Time (CET/CEST) Background The OSCE has co-operative and comprehensive approach to security that encompasses politico-military, economic and environmental, and human dimension aspects. It therefore addresses a wide range of security-related concerns, including arms control, confidence- and security-building measures, human rights, freedom of media, protection of national minorities, democratization, rule of law, policing strategies, border management, counter-terrorism and economic and environmental activities. All 57 participating States enjoy equal status and decisions are taken by consensus on a politically, but not legally binding basis. The OSCE Secretariat in Vienna assists the Chairpersonship in its activities, and provides operational and administrative support to the field operations, and, as appropriate, to other institutions. The OSCE is committed to gender equality. This is a senior management role and females are currently underrepresented in senior management grades. Female candidates are therefore encouraged to apply. The Department of Human Resources (DHR) ensures that the OSCE benefits from a capable and committed workforce that delivers on the security priorities of participating States. DHR provides a range of Human Resources services throughout the OSCE and is responsible for the development and review of human resources policies. Setting People Strategy: Provide strategic direction and drive all aspects of HR. Position the organization to proactively anticipate, plan, and meet workforce needs in a dynamic environment; advocate and build awareness within the organization of the strategic importance of effective human resource management. Apply the highest standards of ethics, using result-based management skills and tools to support the Organization in implementing its strategic objectives in order to serve all stakeholders of the Organization. Execution: Direct the delivery of comprehensive human resource management services in its key areas including Talent Acquisition, Talent Development, Policy Development, Benefits and Entitlements, Employee Relations, Workforce Planning, Performance Management, etc. Influence, facilitate and lead organizational change and development using best practice human resource approaches and change management strategies. 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Please note that vacancies in the OSCE are open for competition only amongst nationals of participating States, please see The OSCE is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce, and encourages qualified female and male candidates from all religious, ethnic and social backgrounds to apply to become a part of the Organization. Candidates should be aware that OSCE officials shall conduct themselves at all times in a manner befitting the status of an international civil servant. This includes avoiding any action which may adversely reflect on the integrity, independence and impartiality of their position and function as officials of the OSCE. The OSCE is committed to applying the highest ethical standards in carrying out its mandate. For more information on the values set out in OSCE Competency Model, please see The OSCE is a non-career organization committed to the principle of staff rotation, therefore the maximum period of service in this post is 4 years. Please be aware that the OSCE does not request payment at any stage of the application and review process. UNDP - United Nations Development Programme Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Na
Director for Human Resources, Vienna, Austria
Wienerzeitung, Wien
Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe : Director for Human Resources, Vienna, Austria 0 Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) vom 11.05.2021, 00:00 Uhr Director for Human Resources, Vienna, Austria Organization: Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) Country: Austria Closing date: Wednesday, 2 June 2021 The majority of positions in OSCE field operations are filled by secondment, which means that individuals are nominated by their respective OSCE participating State. In addition, a limited number of seconded positions are available at the OSCE Secretariat and the institutions. Issued by OSCE Secretariat Vacancy number VNSECP01640 Vacancy type International Contracted Field of expertise Human Resources Management Grade D1 Number of posts 1 Duty station Vienna Date of issue 28 April 2021 Deadline for application 2 June 2021 - 23:59 Central European Time (CET/CEST) Background The OSCE has co-operative and comprehensive approach to security that encompasses politico-military, economic and environmental, and human dimension aspects. It therefore addresses a wide range of security-related concerns, including arms control, confidence- and security-building measures, human rights, freedom of media, protection of national minorities, democratization, rule of law, policing strategies, border management, counter-terrorism and economic and environmental activities. All 57 participating States enjoy equal status and decisions are taken by consensus on a politically, but not legally binding basis. The OSCE Secretariat in Vienna assists the Chairpersonship in its activities, and provides operational and administrative support to the field operations, and, as appropriate, to other institutions. The OSCE is committed to gender equality. This is a senior management role and females are currently underrepresented in senior management grades. Female candidates are therefore encouraged to apply. The Department of Human Resources (DHR) ensures that the OSCE benefits from a capable and committed workforce that delivers on the security priorities of participating States. DHR provides a range of Human Resources services throughout the OSCE and is responsible for the development and review of human resources policies. Setting People Strategy: Provide strategic direction and drive all aspects of HR. 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Core responsibilities As part of the senior leadership team, and reporting to the Secretary General, the Director for Human Resources is responsible for: Providing leadership, guidance and reliable advice on human resources-related matters to senior leadership, managers and staff across the OSCE, providing reliable and timely advice to the Secretary General on the establishment of policies covering all aspects of human resources management;Promoting the effective and efficient delivery of client focused, human resources services to all areas of the Organization, ensuring that human resource services and administration across the OSCE are delivered in compliance with the Human Resources regulatory framework;Liaising closely with the Chairmanship, participating States and the OSCE governing bodies in relation to Human Resources and Management matters, advocating for support towards the effectiveness of the Organization;Leading the work of DHR, ensuring strategic cohesion across Talent Acquisition, Talent Development, HR Services, Policy and Employee Relations and Payroll & HR Analytics. 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Solid knowledge and experience in effective human resources management, including application of best practices in recruitment, strategic staffing, change management, succession planning, performance management and learning. Demonstrated effectiveness in using competency-based tools and processes in the core HR functions of recruitment and selection, performance management, staff development and career management. Demonstrated experience leading/facilitating change management process. Second-level university degree in human resources, business administration, management, public administration, law or a related field, a first-level university degree in combination with two years of additional qualifying experience may be accepted in lieu of the second-level university degree; A minimum of twelve years of progressively responsible professional experience in human resources management, including a significant part of this period at a managerial level, preferably within an international organization; Thorough understanding and proven experience in people management in a similar setting; knowledge of human resources management theory and general management concepts; Ability to provide leadership and motivation; and to plan the work and manage organizational units involved in diverse human resources functions; Political sensitivity and judgement, including strong analytical and negotiation skills; Professional fluency in English; knowledge of other OSCE working languages would be an asset; Excellent communication and presentation skills; Demonstrated gender awareness and sensitivity, and an ability to integrate a gender perspective into tasks and activities; Ability to establish and maintain effective working relations with people of different national and cultural backgrounds whilst maintaining impartiality and objectivity. OSCE Core values Commitment: Actively contributes to achieving organizational goals Diversity: Respects others and values their diverse perspectives and contributions Integrity: Acts in a manner consistent with the Organization’s core values and organizational principles Accountability: Takes responsibility for own action and delegated work OSCE Core competencies Communication: Actively works to achieve clear and transparent communication with colleagues and with stakeholders of the Organization Collaboration: Works effectively with others on common goals and fosters a positive, trust-based working environment Planning: Works towards the achievement of goals in a structured and measured manner Analysis and decision-making: Analyses available information, draws well-founded conclusions and takes appropriate decisions Initiative-taking: Proposes and initiates new ideas, activities and projects Flexibility: Responds positively and effectively to changing circumstances OSCE Managerial competencies (for positions with managerial responsibilities) Leadership: Provides a clear sense of direction, builds trust and creates an enabling environment Strategic thinking: Identifies goals that advance the organizational agenda and develops plans for achieving them Managing performance: Helps to maximize team performance by providing active feedback and skill development opportunities Remuneration Package Monthly remuneration is EUR 10,729 depending on post adjustment and family status. 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Legal Officer (General Legal), Vienna, Austria
Wienerzeitung, Wien
International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) : Legal Officer (General Legal), Vienna, Austria 0 International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) vom 19.01.2021, 00:00 Uhr Organization: International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Country: Austria Grade: P-3 Closing date: Friday, 12 February 2021 Legal Officer (General Legal)(P3) ( 2021/0062 (000266) ) Organization: OLA-General Legal Section Job Posting: 2021-01-15, 2:37:28 PM Contract Type : Fixed Term Regular Organizational Setting The Office of Legal Affairs, which reports directly to the Director General, provides legal services of the highest possible standards to the Director General, the Secretariat and to the organs and bodies of the IAEA, as well as to Member States, regarding the implementation of the IAEA’s activities. The General Legal Section is primarily responsible for providing legal advice and support to all areas of the Secretariat to ensure that the IAEA’s activities (particularly administrative and corporate matters relating to, inter alia, human resources; audits; contracts and other commercial agreements; financial regulations and rules; procurements; and relationship agreements with Member States, the United Nations, cooperating institutions and other international organizations) are in line with applicable agreements, regulations, rules, policies and relevant jurisprudence. Main Purpose Under the supervision and guidance of the Section Head, the Legal Officer prepares legal opinions, legal instruments and documents and provides legal advice on the application and interpretation of such documents, primarily in connection with administrative and policy matters relating to, inter alia, personnel issues, privileges and immunities, confidentiality, finance and procurement. In this context, the Legal Officer may at times be asked to assist with matters concerning administrative litigation and internal appeals, contracts and other commercial agreements, financial regulations and rules, budget, audit, banking, insurance, contract law and general financial issues. The Legal Officer also conducts research and provides inputs with respect to agreements with Member States, the United Nations, cooperating institutions and other international organizations. Role The incumbent is a team member, providing high-quality professional inputs to support advice given to, inter alia, the Division of Human Resources, the Office of Procurement Services, the Division of Budget and Finance, and the Division of General Services, as required. Functions / Key Results Expected As Required: Draft legal advice on the application and interpretation of Staff Regulations and Staff Rules. Provide advice concerning the form and substance of administrative issuances. Provide advice concerning the confidentiality regimes applicable to the work of the IAEA. Advise on contracts and other commercial agreements, including licensing issues. Tags administrative law banking civil servants financial regulations human resources international law legal aspects legal services litigation privileges and immunities procurement public international law rules of procedure Draft advice on the legal aspects of the privileges and immunities applicable to the IAEA and its activities. Draft advice on the legal aspects of insurance policies, including issues relating to the status of the IAEA as an international organization. Advise, as required, on the development and application of the IAEA’s Financial Regulations, Rules and associated policies, including rules relating to procurement. Competencies and Expertise Core Competencies NameDefinition Planning and Organizing Plans and organizes his/her own work in support of achieving the team or Section’s priorities. Takes into account potential changes and proposes contingency plans. Communication Communicates orally and in writing in a clear, concise and impartial manner. Takes time to listen to and understand the perspectives of others and proposes solutions. Achieving Results Takes initiative in defining realistic outputs and clarifying roles, responsibilities and expected results in the context of the Department/Division’s programme. Evaluates his/her results realistically, drawing conclusions from lessons learned. Teamwork Actively contributes to achieving team results. Supports team decisions. NameDefinition Analytical thinking Analyses information to identify cause and effect relationships and correlations. Identifies critical elements and assesses consequences of different courses of action and proposes solutions. Judgement/decision making Consults with supervisor/manager and takes decisions in full compliance with the Agency’s regulations and rules. Makes decisions reflecting best practice and professional theories and standards. Technical/scientific credibility Ensures that work is in compliance with internationally accepted professional standards and scientific methods. Provides scientifically/technically accepted information that is credible and reliable. Required Expertise Legal Administrative Law Knowledge of and experience with administrative law. Legal Agency’s Statute, Rules of Procedures, Regulations, Practices and Precedents Knowledge of and ability to analyse and apply the Agency’s Statute, Rules of Procedure, Regulations, Practices and Precedent. Legal Contract Law Knowledge of and experience with contract law. Legal International Law Knowledge of broad principles of Public International law Legal Legal Drafts Ability to draft clear, concise documents setting out facts and arguments in an accurate manner. Legal Policy Development Legal Support for Policy Development. Qualifications, Experience and Language skills A university degree in Law with good academic record; admitted to practice in a national bar or equivalent. Minimum of five years of relevant experience at the international level. Very good knowledge and proven experience of financial rules, policies and practices in the UN Common System. Excellent oral and written command of English. Knowledge of other official IAEA languages (Arabic, Chinese, French, Russian and Spanish) is an asset. Remuneration The IAEA offers an attractive remuneration package including a tax-free annual net base salary starting at US $62120 (subject to mandatory deductions for pension contributions and health insurance), a variable post adjustment which currently amounts to US $ 33110, dependency benefits, rental subsidy, education grant, relocation and repatriation expenses; 6 weeks‘ annual vacation, home leave, pension plan and health insurance Applications from qualified women and candidates from developing countries are encouraged Applicants should be aware that IAEA staff members are international civil servants and may not accept instructions from any other authority. The IAEA is committed to applying the highest ethical standards in carrying out its mandate. As part of the United Nations common system, the IAEA subscribes to the following core ethical standards (or values): Integrity, Professionalism and Respect for diversity. Staff members may be assigned to any location. The IAEA retains the discretion not to make any appointment to this vacancy, to make an appointment at a lower grade or with a different contract type, or to make an appointment with a modified job description or for shorter duration than indicated above. Testing may be part of the recruitment process UNDP - United Nations Development Programme Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Na
Director for Human Resources, Vienna, Austria
Wienerzeitung, Wien
OSCE - Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe : Director for Human Resources, Vienna, Austria 0 Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) vom 15.05.2021, 00:00 Uhr Director for Human Resources, Vienna, Austria Organization: Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) Country: Austria Closing date: Wednesday, 2 June 2021 The majority of positions in OSCE field operations are filled by secondment, which means that individuals are nominated by their respective OSCE participating State. In addition, a limited number of seconded positions are available at the OSCE Secretariat and the institutions. Issued by OSCE Secretariat Vacancy number VNSECP01640 Vacancy type International Contracted Field of expertise Human Resources Management Grade D1 Number of posts 1 Duty station Vienna Date of issue 28 April 2021 Deadline for application 2 June 2021 - 23:59 Central European Time (CET/CEST) Background The OSCE has co-operative and comprehensive approach to security that encompasses politico-military, economic and environmental, and human dimension aspects. It therefore addresses a wide range of security-related concerns, including arms control, confidence- and security-building measures, human rights, freedom of media, protection of national minorities, democratization, rule of law, policing strategies, border management, counter-terrorism and economic and environmental activities. All 57 participating States enjoy equal status and decisions are taken by consensus on a politically, but not legally binding basis. The OSCE Secretariat in Vienna assists the Chairpersonship in its activities, and provides operational and administrative support to the field operations, and, as appropriate, to other institutions. The OSCE is committed to gender equality. This is a senior management role and females are currently underrepresented in senior management grades. Female candidates are therefore encouraged to apply. The Department of Human Resources (DHR) ensures that the OSCE benefits from a capable and committed workforce that delivers on the security priorities of participating States. DHR provides a range of Human Resources services throughout the OSCE and is responsible for the development and review of human resources policies. Setting People Strategy: Provide strategic direction and drive all aspects of HR. Position the organization to proactively anticipate, plan, and meet workforce needs in a dynamic environment; advocate and build awareness within the organization of the strategic importance of effective human resource management. Apply the highest standards of ethics, using result-based management skills and tools to support the Organization in implementing its strategic objectives in order to serve all stakeholders of the Organization. Execution: Direct the delivery of comprehensive human resource management services in its key areas including Talent Acquisition, Talent Development, Policy Development, Benefits and Entitlements, Employee Relations, Workforce Planning, Performance Management, etc. Influence, facilitate and lead organizational change and development using best practice human resource approaches and change management strategies. Team leadership: Lead a group of 40 HR professionals in the OSCE Secretariat to deliver the OSCE’s HR strategy, effectively manage performance across DHR, develop staff to ensure modern HR approaches are employed in their work. Core responsibilities As part of the senior leadership team, and reporting to the Secretary General, the Director for Human Resources is responsible for: Providing leadership, guidance and reliable advice on human resources-related matters to senior leadership, managers and staff across the OSCE, providing reliable and timely advice to the Secretary General on the establishment of policies covering all aspects of human resources management;Promoting the effective and efficient delivery of client focused, human resources services to all areas of the Organization, ensuring that human resource services and administration across the OSCE are delivered in compliance with the Human Resources regulatory framework;Liaising closely with the Chairmanship, participating States and the OSCE governing bodies in relation to Human Resources and Management matters, advocating for support towards the effectiveness of the Organization;Leading the work of DHR, ensuring strategic cohesion across Talent Acquisition, Talent Development, HR Services, Policy and Employee Relations and Payroll & HR Analytics. Administratively overseeing the OSCE Medical Office and the OSCE Ethics Co-ordinator;Ensuring cohesive and consistent Human Resources support and advice across OSCE executive structures by fostering collaboration amongst human resources staff outside the OSCE SecretariatEnsuring that key themes are incorporated in the planning and delivery of Human Resources policies, support and advice, such as gender equality, duty of care and the promotion of an inclusive, enabling workplace culture; Performing other related tasks as required. Core Values: Commitment; Diversity; Integrity; Accountability; Core Competencies: Leadership; Strategic Thinking; Creative Problem Solving; Effective Communication; Inclusive Collaboration; Functional Competencies: Proven ability in conceptualizing and developing HR strategies and policies to meet the needs of large multicultural organizations. Solid knowledge and experience in effective human resources management, including application of best practices in recruitment, strategic staffing, change management, succession planning, performance management and learning. Demonstrated effectiveness in using competency-based tools and processes in the core HR functions of recruitment and selection, performance management, staff development and career management. Demonstrated experience leading/facilitating change management process. Second-level university degree in human resources, business administration, management, public administration, law or a related field, a first-level university degree in combination with two years of additional qualifying experience may be accepted in lieu of the second-level university degree; A minimum of twelve years of progressively responsible professional experience in human resources management, including a significant part of this period at a managerial level, preferably within an international organization; Thorough understanding and proven experience in people management in a similar setting; knowledge of human resources management theory and general management concepts; Ability to provide leadership and motivation; and to plan the work and manage organizational units involved in diverse human resources functions; Political sensitivity and judgement, including strong analytical and negotiation skills; Professional fluency in English; knowledge of other OSCE working languages would be an asset; Excellent communication and presentation skills; Demonstrated gender awareness and sensitivity, and an ability to integrate a gender perspective into tasks and activities; Ability to establish and maintain effective working relations with people of different national and cultural backgrounds whilst maintaining impartiality and objectivity. OSCE Core values Commitment: Actively contributes to achieving organizational goals Diversity: Respects others and values their diverse perspectives and contributions Integrity: Acts in a manner consistent with the Organization’s core values and organizational principles Accountability: Takes responsibility for own action and delegated work OSCE Core competencies Communication: Actively works to achieve clear and transparent communication with colleagues and with stakeholders of the Organization Collaboration: Works effectively with others on common goals and fosters a positive, trust-based working environment Planning: Works towards the achievement of goals in a structured and measured manner Analysis and decision-making: Analyses available information, draws well-founded conclusions and takes appropriate decisions Initiative-taking: Proposes and initiates new ideas, activities and projects Flexibility: Responds positively and effectively to changing circumstances OSCE Managerial competencies (for positions with managerial responsibilities) Leadership: Provides a clear sense of direction, builds trust and creates an enabling environment Strategic thinking: Identifies goals that advance the organizational agenda and develops plans for achieving them Managing performance: Helps to maximize team performance by providing active feedback and skill development opportunities Remuneration Package Monthly remuneration is EUR 10,729 depending on post adjustment and family status. OSCE salaries are exempt from taxation in Austria. Social benefits will include possibility of participation in the Cigna medical insurance scheme and the OSCE Provident Fund. Other allowances and benefits are similar to those offered under the United Nations Common System. Appointments are made at step 1 of the applicable OSCE salary scale. How To Apply If you wish to apply for this position, please use the OSCE’s online application link found under The OSCE retains the discretion to re-advertise/re-post the vacancy, to cancel the recruitment, to offer an appointment at a lower grade or to offer an appointment with a modified job description or for a different duration. Only those candidates who are selected to participate in the subsequent stages of recruitment will be contacted. Please note that vacancies in the OSCE are open for competition only amongst nationals of participating States, please see The OSCE is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce, and encourages qualified female and male candidates from all religious, ethnic and social backgrounds to apply to become a part of the Organization. Candidates should be aware that OSCE officials shall conduct themselves at all times in a manner befitting the status of an international civil servant. This includes avoiding any action which may adversely reflect on the integrity, independence and impartiality of their position and function as officials of the OSCE. The OSCE is committed to applying the highest ethical standards in carrying out its mandate. For more information on the values set out in OSCE Competency Model, please see The OSCE is a non-career organization committed to the principle of staff rotation, therefore the maximum period of service in this post is 4 years. Please be aware that the OSCE does not request payment at any stage of the application and review process. UNDP - United Nations Development Programme Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Na
Section Head (SG-Operations), Vienna, Austria
Wienerzeitung, Wien
International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) : Section Head (SG-Operations), Vienna, Austria 0 International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) vom 21.01.2021, 00:00 Uhr Organization: International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Country: Austria Grade: P-5 Closing date: Sunday, 24 January 2021 Section Head (SG-Operations)(P5) ( 2020/0510 (008608) ) Organization: SGOC-Section OC1 Job Posting: 2021-01-13, 10:58:22 AM Contract Type : Fixed Term Regular This is a re-opening of the vacancy. Candidates who already applied do not need to re-submit an application. Organizational Setting The Department of Safeguards (SG) is the organizational hub for the implementation of IAEA safeguards. The IAEA implements nuclear verification activities for over 180 States in accordance with their safeguards agreements. The main objective of the Department is to maintain and further develop an effective and efficient verification system in order to draw independent, impartial and timely safeguards conclusions, thus providing credible assurances to the international community that States are in compliance with their safeguards obligations. Safeguards activities are undertaken within a dynamic and technically complex environment including advanced nuclear fuel cycle facilities and complemented by the political and cultural diversity of the countries. The Department of Safeguards consists of six Divisions: three Operations Divisions for the implementation of verification activities around the world; three Technical Divisions (Division of Concepts and Planning, Division of Information Management, and Division of Technical and Scientific Services); and three Offices (the Office for Verification in Iran, the Office of Safeguards Analytical Services and the Office of Information and Communication Services). The primary focus of each Division of Operations, and the Office for Verification in Iran, is to perform and document safeguards verification activities and to conduct analysis and evaluations aimed at providing assurances that States comply with their nuclear safeguards commitments. The Divisions / Office implement a broad range of measures, including information analysis and in-field verification, to draw soundly based safeguards conclusions for States. Main Purpose As part of the management team of the Division and reporting to the Division Director, the Section Head is responsible for the effective and efficient implementation of all relevant safeguards verification activities in all States assigned to his\her Section, either in the field or at headquarters, in accordance with the relevant safeguards agreements and additional protocols with those States. Role Reporting to the Director, the Section Head is: a) a coordinator on issues related to the implementation of safeguards in States under the responsibility of the Section; b) a leader promoting good performance and teamwork and creating an environment where staff can develop their skills and share knowledge and experience; and c) a manager of the human, financial and material/equipment resources assigned to the Section. Functions / Key Results Expected Management and organization: Manage, organize, direct and supervise the work and deliveries of the Section and optimize the utilization of human, financial and material/equipment resources. Ensure that inspectors assigned to the Section are capable to perform their assignments and that on-the-job training is provided for new inspectors. Perform quality control for all tasks carried out by the Section. Planning and implementation of inspections: Ensure the implementation of effective and efficient safeguards verification activities for a broad range of nuclear fuel cycle facilities. Monitor and provide the necessary input for scheduling duty travel and preparing for in-field verification activities; ensure that travel policies and procedures are adhered to; perform and oversee the performance of in-field activities; evaluate and supervise the staff and performance of the Section’s functions; ensure that appropriate reporting procedures and practices are maintained. Prepare administrative and technical correspondence with respect to the routine implementation of safeguards and ensure correct management of all associated documentation. Analyse and manage the implementation of the Section activities in accordance with approved work plans; ensure the necessary input is in place regarding procedures and instrumentation, as well as technical and computer equipment for the Section; Safeguards evaluation Ensure that accounting reports, notifications and State declarations in connection with safeguards implementation for correctness and completeness are properly evaluated; review, evaluate and approve reports on verification activities and statements on results and conclusions; Coordinate and provide input to the negotiation of safeguards agreements and additional protocols thereto, Subsidiary Arrangements (General Part) and Facility Attachments, and participate as necessary in negotiations and liaison meetings; Supervise the Section’s staff in their preparation and implementation of State work plans, facility safeguards approaches, state level approaches and in the preparation of State evaluation reports. Coordination Provide the necessary contribution to the inputs of the Section of Coordination and Support for the preparation of the Divisional and Departmental programmes, budgets, financial plans and inspection schedules; Tags civil servants data analysis information management nuclear fuel cycle nuclear safeguards nuclear science quality control quality management radiation protection reporting procedures Conduct Section meetings and participate in Divisional and Departmental coordination meetings; Maintain contacts with State authorities and participate in consultations and meetings with them; Ensure that the staff of the Section adhere to the quality management system/principles as well as safety, health and radiation protection procedures in force; Carry out other tasks related to the operation of the Section or Division, as may be assigned by the Director. Competencies and Expertise Core Competencies NameDefinition Planning and Organizing Sets clearly defined objectives for himself/herself and the team or Section. Identifies and organizes deployment of resources based on assessed needs, taking into account possible changing circumstances. Monitors team’s performance in meeting the assigned deadlines and milestones. Communication Encourages open communication and builds consensus. Uses tact and discretion in dealing with sensitive information, and keeps staff informed of decisions and directives as appropriate. Achieving Results Sets realistic targets for himself/herself and for the team; ensures availability of resources and supports staff members in achieving results. Monitors progress and performance; evaluates achievements and integrates lessons learned. Teamwork Encourages teamwork, builds effective teams and resolves problems by creating a supportive and collaborative team spirit, remaining mindful of the need to collaborate with people outside the immediate area of responsibility. NameDefinition Judgement/decision making Consults with and seeks advice at the appropriate managerial level when making complex decisions. Facilitates dialogue and development of best practice to support judgement/decision making, in full compliance with the Agency’s regulations and rules. Resilience Shows resilience and composure, even in difficult or adverse circumstances. Is prepared and able to make difficult decisions in the best interest of the Agency and remains committed to seeing them through. Technical/scientific credibility Provides guidance and advice in his/her area of expertise on the application of scientific/professional methods, procedures and approaches. Required Expertise Safeguards Nuclear Fuel Cycle/Nuclear Facilities In depth knowledge of the nuclear fuel cycle Safeguards Safeguards System, Advanced In depth knowledge of Safeguards and technologies relevant to Safeguards activities. Qualifications, Experience and Language skills Master’s Degree Advanced university degree in nuclear science, nuclear engineering or a related science. At least 10 years of experience in the nuclear field at the national and/or international level. Experience in international safeguards including the preparation of State/site evaluation reports or similar documents, planning and performance of inspections, design information visits, technical visits, complementary access and data analysis and reporting the results thereof desirable. Demonstrated experience in responsible positions of a supervisory/managerial nature and ability to manage human, financial and material resources towards the achievement of stated objectives, to provide feedback and to encourage staff development. Demonstrated analytical skills in drawing well-balanced conclusions when dealing with complex issues and in interpreting procedures and guidelines in order to adapt them to cover complex situations. Demonstrated communication and interpersonal skills, and the ability to establish and maintain effective working relations with IAEA staff at all levels and with representatives of Member States. Experience in technologies used in safeguards activities or in similar technologies. Fluency and ability to communicate effectively in English, including drafting technical documents. Demonstrated experience with the ‚Quality Management‘ concept and ‚Process Based‘ Organizations. Excellent oral and written command of English. Knowledge of other official IAEA languages (Arabic, Chinese, French, Russian and Spanish) is an asset. Remuneration The IAEA offers an attractive remuneration package including a tax-free annual net base salary starting at US $88162 (subject to mandatory deductions for pension contributions and health insurance), a variable post adjustment which currently amounts to US $ 44434, dependency benefits, rental subsidy, education grant, relocation and repatriation expenses; 6 weeks‘ annual vacation, home leave, pension plan and health insurance Applications from qualified women and candidates from developing countries are encouraged Applicants should be aware that IAEA staff members are international civil servants and may not accept instructions from any other authority. The IAEA is committed to applying the highest ethical standards in carrying out its mandate. As part of the United Nations common system, the IAEA subscribes to the following core ethical standards (or values): Integrity, Professionalism and Respect for diversity. Staff members may be assigned to any location. The IAEA retains the discretion not to make any appointment to this vacancy, to make an appointment at a lower grade or with a different contract type, or to make an appointment with a modified job description or for shorter duration than indicated above. Testing may be part of the recruitment process UNDP - United Nations Development Programme Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Na
Head, Communication and Media Relations Section, Vienna, Austria
Wienerzeitung, Wien
OSCE - Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe : Head, Communication and Media Relations Section, Vienna, Austria 0 Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) vom 22.04.2021, 00:00 Uhr Head, Communication and Media Relations Section, Vienna, Austria Organization: Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) Country: Austria Issued by: OSCE Secretariat Vacancy number: VNSECP01638 Vacancy type: International Contracted Field of expertise: Media Affairs Grade: P5 Number of posts: 1 Duty station: Vienna Date of issue: 19 April 2021 Background The OSCE has a comprehensive approach to security that encompasses politico-military, economic and environmental, and human aspects. It therefore addresses a wide range of security-related concerns, including arms control, confidence- and security-building measures, human rights, national minorities, democratization, policing strategies, counter-terrorism and economic and environmental activities. All 57 participating States enjoy equal status, and decisions are taken by consensus on a politically, but not legally binding basis. The OSCE Secretariat in Vienna assists the Chairmanship in its activities, and provides operational and administrative support to the field operations, and, as appropriate, to other institutions. The Office of the Secretary General (OSG) plays a key role in supporting the Secretary General in the effective implementation of his/her mandate and specific tasks given to him/her by the OSCE participating States. This includes primarily assisting the Secretary General in his/her activities, serving as a focal point for liaison and support to the Chairperson-in-Office, and co-ordinating tasks across the Secretariat. It groups horizontal services such as Executive Management, Communication and Media Relations, Legal Services, External Co-operation, Security Management, Gender Issues, Conference and Language Services, Central Records Management, and oversees the OSCE Document Centre in Prague (DCiP). The OSG ensures effective co-ordination of policy advice provided to the Secretary General and the Chairmanship, and management decisions taken by the Secretary General. The OSG is led by a Director who also functions as the Head of Executive Management. The Communication and Media Relations Section (COMMS) supports and advises the Secretary General and the OSCE Chairmanship on media and public relations activities and informs the public about the work of the OSCE. COMMS also serves as the focal point for public statements and other communication material from OSCE Institutions and field operations. COMMS produces and disseminates press releases, information materials and regular publications, maintains the public website, the Organization’s social media presence and promotes the OSCE’s values, principles and work. Tasks and Responsibilities Under the general supervision of the Secretary General and the direct supervision of the Director of OSG, the Head, Communication and Media Relation Section is responsible for managing the OSCE’s communication and media relations activities, as well as working to raise the profile of the OSCE and highlight its achievements. The incumbent directs a team of communications professionals , serves as clearinghouse for press releases and media statements, and co-ordinates the communication and media relations activities of the OSCE Institutions and Field Operations. More specifically, his/her responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following: Advising and supporting the Secretary General, the OSCE Chairmanship and senior OSCE officials on media relations, including shaping, coordinating and delivering media and online messages in a timely and effective manner; Developing and implementing through employment of modern communications tools an OSCE-wide communication strategy to promote the OSCE and raise awareness of its work, ensuring that information is conveyed with appropriate political sensitivity in an effective and accessible form to varied stakeholders, including policymakers and the diplomatic community, media and opinion-makers, the public, and the internal OSCE audience; Clearly and accurately articulating OSCE policies and priorities and explaining the Organization’s actions to media external audiences and the public, ensuring that OSCE messaging reflects OSCE policies and priorities appropriately; Closely following political developments in the OSCE region and maintaining good relations with influential journalists and media actors, OSCE delegations, and other key partners; Managing the work, and developing the skills, of the Communication and Media Relations section ensuring that its work is delivered through a full mix of modern and innovative communications approaches , in a timely fashion and in accordance with communication industry best practices, while maintaining accountability and measurable results; Guiding the work of the COMMS team in their contacts with the media to ensure that political messaging is in line with OSCE policies and priorities; Overseeing the OSCE online platforms, including the public website and social media, ensuring quality, accuracy of political messaging, functionality and appeal; building engagement from different target audiences, tracking trends and identifying new opportunities; Overseeing the editorial content and production of all OSCE COMMS publications and public information materials either from the Chairmanship, the Secretary General or any other Department, including the Annual Report, the quarterly OSCE magazine and other deliverables; The Head of COMMS is also responsible for overseeing the editorial content and production of public statements and other communication material from OSCE Institutions and field operations; Maintaining close relationships with OSCE Field Operations and Institutions to ensure the efficient running of communication and media operations, providing guidance, advice and specialized training as needed, and responding to any emerging issues; Advising and supporting Secretariat Departments and Units on media and public outreach activities in relation with their conferences, workshops, public events and activities; Implementing COMMS annual budget; Performing other relevant duties as assigned. Second-level university degree in administration, communication, journalism, international relations, political science, regional studies, or another relevant field. A first-level degree in combination with a minimum of 5 years of additional qualifying experience may be accepted in lieu; A minimum of ten years of progressively responsible professional experience, four of which should be at the management level, in the field of communication and media relations, preferably in a large governmental, intergovernmental or international organization or in a major news organization; experience as a journalist would be an asset; Excellent knowledge of the OSCE and its areas of activity, sound political judgment and diplomatic skills, with the ability to draw accurate and appropriate conclusions and suggest a course of action regarding media outreach; Demonstrated ability to lead a team effectively, effective interpersonal skills and ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with people of different national and cultural backgrounds whilst remaining impartial and objective; Demonstrated gender awareness and sensitivity, and an ability to integrate a gender perspective into tasks and activities; Professional fluency in English, including excellent writing and presentation skills; professional fluency or working knowledge of another official OSCE language desirable; High proficiency in modern communication methods and their tools as well as proven experience in leading teams in the development and delivery of digital communication strategies; Computer literate with practical experience with Microsoft applications. Core values Commitment: Actively contributes to achieving organizational goals Diversity: Respects others and values their diverse perspectives and contributions Integrity: Acts in a manner consistent with the Organization’s core values and organizational principles Accountability: Takes responsibility for own action and delegated work Core competencies Communication: Actively works to achieve clear and transparent communication with colleagues and with stakeholders of the Organization Collaboration: Works effectively with others on common goals and fosters a positive, trust-based working environment Planning: Works towards the achievement of goals in a structured and measured manner Analysis and decision-making: Analyses available information, draws well-founded conclusions and takes appropriate decisions Initiative-taking: Proposes and initiates new ideas, activities and projects Flexibility: Responds positively and effectively to changing circumstances Managerial competencies (for positions with managerial responsibilities) Leadership: Provides a clear sense of direction, builds trust and creates an enabling environment Strategic thinking: Identifies goals that advance the organizational agenda and develops plans for achieving them Managing performance: Helps to maximize team performance by providing active feedback and skill development opportunities Remuneration Package Monthly remuneration is approximately EUR 9,358 depending on post adjustment and family status. OSCE salaries are exempt from taxation in Austria. Social benefits will include possibility of participation in the Cigna medical insurance scheme and the OSCE Provident Fund. Other allowances and benefits are similar to those offered under the United Nations Common System. Please note that appointments are normally made at step 1 of the applicable OSCE salary scale. How To Apply If you wish to apply for this position, please use the OSCE’s online application link found under //jobs.osce.org/vacancies "> The OSCE retains the discretion to re-advertise/re-post the vacancy, to cancel the recruitment, to offer an appointment at a lower grade or to offer an appointment with a modified job description or for a different duration. Only those candidates who are selected to participate in the subsequent stages of recruitment will be contacted. The OSCE is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce, and encourages qualified female and male candidates from all religious, ethnic and social backgrounds to apply to become a part of the Organization. Candidates should be aware that OSCE officials shall conduct themselves at all times in a manner befitting the status of an international civil servant. This includes avoiding any action which may adversely reflect on the integrity, independence and impartiality of their position and function as officials of the OSCE. The OSCE is committed to applying the highest ethical standards in carrying out its mandate. For more information on the values set out in OSCE Competency Model, please see //jobs.osce.org/resources/document/ourcompetency-model "> The OSCE is a non-career organization committed to the principle of staff rotation, therefore the maximum period of service in this post is 5 years. Please be aware that the OSCE does not request payment at any stage of the application and review process. UNDP - United Nations Development Programme Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Na
Director, Incident and Emergency Centre, Vienna, Austria
Wienerzeitung, Wien
IAEA - International Atomic Energy Agency : Director, Incident and Emergency Centre, Vienna, Austria 0 IAEA - International Atomic Energy Agency vom 14.07.2021, 00:00 Uhr Director, Incident and Emergency Centre, Vienna, Austria Organization: IAEA - International Atomic Energy Agency Country: Austria Grade: D-1 Closing date: Wednesday, 28 July 2021 Director, Incident and Emergency Centre(D1) ( 2021/0346 (223616) ) Organization: NS-Incident and Emergency Centre Job Posting: 2021-06-09, 12:41:43 PM Contract Type : Fixed Term Regular Organizational Setting The Department of Nuclear Safety and Security (NS) formulates and implements the IAEA’s nuclear safety and security programme, which encompasses the IAEA’s activities to protect people and the environment from radiation exposure, and responds to the needs of its Member States related to nuclear safety and nuclear security. The Incident and Emergency Centre (IEC) is part of the Department of Nuclear Safety and Security and reports to the Deputy Director General, Head of the Department. The IEC serves as the IAEA’s focal point for preparedness and response to nuclear and radiological incidents and emergencies regardless of their cause, and for strengthening Member States‘ preparedness for response. Main Purpose Reporting to the Deputy Director General, the Director leads the Incident and Emergency Centre (IEC), the implementation of the IAEA’s policy and programme in the area of incident and emergency preparedness and response, in line with a result - based programmatic responses to Member States. He/she leads the Centre’s activities to ensure efficacy of the implementation of the IAEA’s programme on a global level, and manages the Centre’s financial and human resources in the most effective and efficient manner. Role The Director is: (1) the principal adviser to the Deputy Director General overseeing the management, planning, coordination and supervision of the human and financial resources, and the activities of the Centre in accordance with Member States‘ needs and ensuring that these activities are implemented effectively and in cooperation with relevant stakeholders within the Agency, with Member States and other organizations; (2) a leader, providing strategic direction to the staff to efficiently and effectively deliver quality products by promoting good performance and teamwork; (3) a manager acting in accordance with the IAEA’s values and ethical standards in making decisions regarding financial, human, information and knowledge resources. Functions / Key Results Expected Lead the planning, development, implementation, guidance, coordination and supervision of the activities of the Centre. Manage the IEC, including its staff (encouraging teamwork and cooperation), work programme, facilities, assets and systems to efficiently and effectively deliver quality products in accordance with legal obligations, standards and decisions of the Policy-Making Organs. Lead the IEC’s response actions during a nuclear/radiological incident/emergency. Participate as an Emergency Response Manager in the on-call response system. Develop, maintain and communicate a vision and strategy for, and associated policies for implementation of, the IAEA’s programme on incident and emergency management. Stay aware of developments, and identify, assess and prioritize new issues relevant to incident and emergency management, and, where appropriate, develop initiatives and obtain resources as part of the continuous development of the programme on incident and emergency management. Tags civil servants emergency management emergency preparedness financial resources human resources international relations nuclear safety nuclear science organizational development programme planning radioactive materials safety and security safety regulations technical cooperation Ensure coordination of IEC activities with other IAEA activities related to incident and emergency management, particularly with respect to Technical Cooperation projects. Ensure effective communication of relevant initiatives among stakeholders. Liaise with Member States, competent authorities, experts and other international organizations on matters related to incident and emergency management; represent the Agency in relevant national and international fora; make presentations to key decision-makers with a view to developing needed consensus. Prepare documents for the Policy-Making Organs, experts, Agency staff and Member States related to implementation of the programme. Build and maintain strategic partnerships and alliances with a wide range of stakeholders in Member States and international and other governmental organizations to ensure acceptance of the IAEA’s relevant standards. The incumbent may perform his/her work in areas involving exposure to radioactive materials. Therefore, as an Occupationally Exposed Worker, he/she must be medically cleared by VIC Medical Service and is subject to an appropriate radiation and health monitoring programme, in accordance with the IAEA’s Radiation Safety Regulations. Competencies and Expertise Core Competencies Name Definition Communication Promotes an environment of open communication within and outside of the Agency, ensuring that sensitive information is protected. Inspires staff at all levels through his/her communication. Achieving Results Sets the overall direction for the Centre goals, and promotes a results based management culture that focuses on the achievement of programme results in an effective and efficient manner. Teamwork Motivates and empowers staff, and fosters a collaborative approach across the Centre and the Agency as a whole. Acts as a role model when handling disagreements. Planning and Organizing Sets clearly defined objectives for the Centre in line with the priorities of the Agency. Works toward Agency-wide efficiencies with a view to strengthening and harmonizing planning systems and capacities at the Centre level. Name Definition Commitment to continuous process improvement Leads and oversees continuous quality improvement efforts across the Centre through the promotion of advanced tools, resources and training. Partnership building Develops strategic partnerships and alliances. Leverages combined network resources to support the Agency’s programmes and priorities in achieving Agency-wide results. Technical/scientific credibility Demonstrates vision, expertise and resourcefulness in developing strategies, seizing good opportunities, mastering challenges and risks, and addressing issues relevant to the programme goals. Required Expertise Management and Programme Analysis International Relations In-depth knowledge of regulatory framework for both nuclear security and nuclear safety. Physical Protection Regulatory Framework Awareness of the international trends and issues in the area of incident and emergency response. Qualifications, Experience and Language skills Master’s Degree Advanced university degree in science (physics, chemistry, medicine), nuclear science or other related field. A first level university degree with additional five years of relevant experience may be considered in lieu of an advanced university degree. Minimum 15 years of progressively responsible experience in nuclear safety/radiation protection in a national and/or international environment, with experience in a broad spectrum of incident and emergency related management areas and/or in human and financial resource management, programme planning and organizational development. At least 5 of these years should have been at the senior management or executive level. Proven track record of excellent leadership. Excellent oral and written command of English. Knowledge of other official IAEA languages (Arabic, Chinese, French, Russian and Spanish) is an asset. Remuneration The IAEA offers an attractive remuneration package including a tax-free annual net base salary starting at US $102715 (subject to mandatory deductions for pension contributions and health insurance), a variable post adjustment which currently amounts to US $ 53925, dependency benefits, rental subsidy, education grant, relocation and repatriation expenses; 6 weeks‘ annual vacation, home leave, pension plan and health insurance. Applications from qualified women and candidates from developing countries are encouraged Applicants should be aware that IAEA staff members are international civil servants and may not accept instructions from any other authority. The IAEA is committed to applying the highest ethical standards in carrying out its mandate. As part of the United Nations common system, the IAEA subscribes to the following core ethical standards (or values): Integrity, Professionalism and Respect for diversity. Staff members may be assigned to any location. The IAEA retains the discretion not to make any appointment to this vacancy, to make an appointment at a lower grade or with a different contract type, or to make an appointment with a modified job description or for shorter duration than indicated above. Testing may be part of the recruitment process. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Na IAEA - International Atomic Energy Agency
Assistant Director of Sales (m/f)
Marriott International, Inc., Wien
Posting Date Aug 16, 2021 Job Number 21091239 Job Category Sales & Marketing Location Hotel Imperial a Luxury Collection Hotel Vienna, Kaerntner Ring 16, Vienna, Austria, Austria VIEW ON MAP Brand The Luxury Collection Schedule Full-Time Relocation? N Position Type Non-Management Located Remotely? N The Luxury Collection is a glittering ensemble of locally authentic hotels and resorts from around the world. Our hotel teams curate the world’s most enriching and desirable destination experiences. Our mission is to guide our guests, these seasoned travelers on transformative journeys that touch their spirits, enrich their lives and create lasting memories. If you are someone with an appreciation for evocative storytelling and a desire to provide genuine, personalized, and anticipatory service, then we invite you to join us on our journey and explore a career with The Luxury Collection. German language skills and a valid working permission for Austria are required. POSITION SUMMARY Contact appropriate individual or department (e.g., Sales, Data Administration, Accounting) as necessary to resolve guest calls, requests, or problems. Use sales techniques that maximize revenue while maintaining existing guest loyalty to Marriott, including up-selling. Determine and give complimentaries to guests as gifts for their patronage (e.g., rewards points, show tickets, gift certificates). Promote awareness of brand image internally and externally. Process requests for redeeming Marriott Rewards points. Process all reservation requests, changes, and cancellations received by phone, fax, or mail. Enter Marriott Rewards information into appropriate software when taking guest reservations. Answer, record, and process all guest calls, requests, questions, or concerns. Perform general office duties to support Sales & Marketing (e.g., filing, sending emails, typing, faxing). Assist management in training and motivating employees; serve as a role model. Follow all company policies and procedures; ensure uniform and personal appearance are clean and professional; maintain confidentiality of proprietary information; protect company assets. Welcome and acknowledge all guests according to company standards; anticipate and address guests’ service needs; thank guests with genuine appreciation. Speak with others using clear and professional language; prepare and review written documents accurately and completely; answer telephones using appropriate etiquette. Develop and maintain positive working relationships with others; support team to reach common goals; listen and respond appropriately to the concerns of other employees. Monitor the performance of others to ensure adherence to quality expectations and standards. Read and visually verify information in a variety of formats. Move, lift, carry, push, pull, and place objects weighing less than or equal to 10 pounds without assistance. Perform other reasonable job duties as requested by Supervisors. Marriott International is an equal opportunity employer. We believe in hiring a diverse workforce and sustaining an inclusive, people-first culture. We are committed to non-discrimination on any protected basis, such as disability and veteran status, or any other basis covered under applicable law. Check out pictures from associates at this location, and some videos too Marriott participates in the Electronic Employment Eligibility Verification Program. This Employer Participates in E-Verify ENGLISH/SPANISH (PDF) Right to Work ENGLISH/SPANISH (PDF) Marriott International is an equal opportunity employer committed to hiring a diverse workforce and sustaining an inclusive culture. Marriott International does not discriminate on the basis of disability, veteran status or any other basis protected under federal, state or local laws. If you are an individual with a disability and need assistance completing the online application, please call 301-581-1400. Please leave a message and a member of our Human Resources team will return your call within three business days. Alternatively, an email may be sent to hqaffirmativeactionmarriott.com . "Applicant Accommodation" should be included in the subject line of the email. Please note that this phone number and email are only for those individuals who would like to request an accommodation to apply for a job.
Director, Office of Safety and Security Coordination (NSOC), Vienna, Austria
Wienerzeitung, Wien
IAEA - International Atomic Energy Agency : Director, Office of Safety and Security Coordination (NSOC), Vienna, Austria 0 IAEA - International Atomic Energy Agency vom 17.08.2021, 00:00 Uhr Director, Office of Safety and Security Coordination (NSOC), Vienna, Austria Organization: IAEA - International Atomic Energy Agency Country: Austria Grade: D-1 Closing date: Monday, 30 August 2021 Director, Office of Safety and Security Coordination (NSOC) (D1) ( 2021/0430 (127812) ) Organization: NSOC-Office of Safety and Security Coordination Job Posting: 2021-08-02, 7:18:27 AM Contract Type : Fixed Term Regular Organizational Setting The Department of Nuclear Safety and Security (NS) formulates and implements the IAEA’s nuclear safety and security programme, which encompasses the IAEA’s activities to protect people and the environment from radiation exposure, and responds to the needs of its Member States related to nuclear safety and nuclear security. The Office of Safety and Security Coordination (NSOC) is located in the Office of the Deputy Director General, Head of the Department. Its mission is to ensure the technical consistency and effective coordination of the IAEA’s activities in the nuclear, radiation, transport and waste safety and nuclear security programmes. NSOC comprises three Sections: the Programme and Strategy Coordination Section, the Networks Management and Partnership Section and the Safety Standards and Security Guidance Development Section. Main Purpose Reporting to the Deputy Director General of the Department of Nuclear Safety and Security, the Director ensures that the Office of Safety and Security Coordination provides results-based programmatic responses to Member States‘ priorities and the needs of the Nuclear Safety and Security Framework globally, in the areas outlined above. The Director also leads efforts to coordinate, and where appropriate, to promote synergies between nuclear safety and nuclear security. Role The Director is: (1) a leader, providing strategic direction towards development and implementation in the corresponding programme areas in line with a results based approach, as well as promoting good performance and teamwork and creating an environment where staff can develop their skills and share knowledge and experience; (2)a principal adviser to the Deputy Director General on such issues as strategy, policy and emerging challenges in relevant areas, and on the relevant programmes to plan and deliver in response to the needs of Member States; (3) a manager, acting in accordance with the IAEA’s values and ethical standards in making decisions regarding financial, human, information and knowledge resources; (4) ) a promoter and facilitator, communicating and coordinating activities with other stakeholders, and cooperating with other organizations and with Departments in the IAEA dealing with this area of work. Functions / Key Results Expected Lead the Office of Safety and Security Coordination, providing direction and guidance to staff, and establishing and monitoring standards of excellence in performance. Lead the IAEA’s activities related to supporting and further strengthening the Nuclear Safety and Security Framework globally and providing the harmonized approach for the development and updating of safety standards and security guidance documents and for their application in Member States. Promote peer reviews and advisory services, including IRRS, in a harmonized manner. Represent the IAEA and its professional standing at international conferences and forums and liaise with senior level representatives in relevant institutions and other international organizations to gain awareness of emerging trends. Strengthen IAEA’s cooperation with other international, regional and national organizations and professional associations through synergetic activities. Build and maintain strategic institutional partnerships and alliances with a wide range of stakeholders in Member States. Lead the departmental efforts to designing and implementing, in close coordination with other divisions, an overall capacity building strategy and policies for safety and security activities. Competencies and Expertise Core Competencies Name Definition Planning and Organizing Sets clearly defined objectives for the Department/Division in line with the priorities of the Agency. Works toward Agency-wide efficiencies with a view to strengthening and harmonizing planning systems and capacities at the Departmental/Divisional level. Communication Promotes an environment of open communication within and outside of the Agency, ensuring that sensitive information is protected. Inspires staff at all levels through his/her communication. Achieving Results Sets the overall direction for the Departmental/Divisional goals, and promotes a results based management culture that focuses on the achievement of programme results in an effective and efficient manner. Teamwork Motivates and empowers staff, and fosters a collaborative approach across the Department/Division and the Agency as a whole. Acts as a role model when handling disagreements. Name Definition Judgement/decision making Ensures that the judgements and decisions that are taken promote the Agency’s strategic goals, the one-house approach, and are in full compliance with the Agency’s regulations and rules. Partnership building Develops strategic partnerships and alliances. Leverages combined network resources to support the Agency’s programmes and priorities in achieving Agency-wide results. Technical/scientific credibility Demonstrates vision, expertise and resourcefulness in developing strategies, seizing good opportunities, mastering challenges and risks, and addressing issues relevant to the programme goals. Required Expertise Management and Programme Analysis Demonstrated ability to think strategically, to set direction and to apply a results-based approach. In-depth knowledge and expertise in strategic and operational planning and quality management. Nuclear Safety Safety Rules and Regulations In-depth knowledge of the international trends related to safety and security issues. Qualifications, Experience and Language skills An Advanced university degree in nuclear science or nuclear engineering, physics or a related subject. A first level university degree with additional five years of relevant experience may be considered in lieu of an advanced university degree. Minimum of 15 years of progressively responsible relevant professional experience in a governmental or non-governmental body with broad experience in human and financial resource management, programme planning and organizational development. At least five of these years at the senior management or executive level. Proven track record of excellent leadership and strong capability to build partnerships and effective networking. Excellent oral and written command of English. Knowledge of other official IAEA languages (Arabic, Chinese, French, Russian and Spanish) is an asset. Remuneration The IAEA offers an attractive remuneration package including a tax-free annual net base salary starting at US $102715 (subject to mandatory deductions for pension contributions and health insurance), a variable post adjustment which currently amounts to US $ 50947, dependency benefits, rental subsidy, education grant, relocation and repatriation expenses; 6 weeks‘ annual vacation, home leave, pension plan and health insurance Applications from qualified women and candidates from developing countries are encouraged Applicants should be aware that IAEA staff members are international civil servants and may not accept instructions from any other authority. The IAEA is committed to applying the highest ethical standards in carrying out its mandate. As part of the United Nations common system, the IAEA subscribes to the following core ethical standards (or values): Integrity, Professionalism and Respect for diversity. Staff members may be assigned to any location. The IAEA retains the discretion not to make any appointment to this vacancy, to make an appointment at a lower grade or with a different contract type, or to make an appointment with a modified job description or for shorter duration than indicated above. Testing may be part of the recruitment process UNDP - United Nations Development Programme
Director, Incident and Emergency Centre, Vienna, Austria
Wienerzeitung, Wien
International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) : Director, Incident and Emergency Centre, Vienna, Austria 0 IAEA - International Atomic Energy Agency vom 12.08.2021, 00:00 Uhr Director, Incident and Emergency Centre, Vienna, Austria Organization: IAEA - International Atomic Energy Agency Country: Austria Grade: D-1 Closing date: Monday, 23 August 2021 Director, Incident and Emergency Centre (D1) ( 2021/0346 (223616) ) Organization: NS-Incident and Emergency Centre Job Posting: 2021-08-02, 7:23:53 AM Contract Type : Fixed Term Regular This is a re-opening of the vacancy. Candidates who already applied do not need to re-submit an application. Organizational Setting The Department of Nuclear Safety and Security (NS) formulates and implements the IAEA’s nuclear safety and security programme, which encompasses the IAEA’s activities to protect people and the environment from radiation exposure, and responds to the needs of its Member States related to nuclear safety and nuclear security. The Incident and Emergency Centre (IEC) is part of the Department of Nuclear Safety and Security and reports to the Deputy Director General, Head of the Department. The IEC serves as the IAEA’s focal point for preparedness and response to nuclear and radiological incidents and emergencies regardless of their cause, and for strengthening Member States‘ preparedness for response. Main Purpose Reporting to the Deputy Director General, the Director leads the Incident and Emergency Centre (IEC), the implementation of the IAEA’s policy and programme in the area of incident and emergency preparedness and response, in line with a result - based programmatic responses to Member States. He/she leads the Centre’s activities to ensure efficacy of the implementation of the IAEA’s programme on a global level, and manages the Centre’s financial and human resources in the most effective and efficient manner. Role The Director is: (1) the principal adviser to the Deputy Director General overseeing the management, planning, coordination and supervision of the human and financial resources, and the activities of the Centre in accordance with Member States‘ needs and ensuring that these activities are implemented effectively and in cooperation with relevant stakeholders within the Agency, with Member States and other organizations; (2) a leader, providing strategic direction to the staff to efficiently and effectively deliver quality products by promoting good performance and teamwork; (3) a manager acting in accordance with the IAEA’s values and ethical standards in making decisions regarding financial, human, information and knowledge resources. Functions / Key Results Expected Lead the planning, development, implementation, guidance, coordination and supervision of the activities of the Centre. Manage the IEC, including its staff (encouraging teamwork and cooperation), work programme, facilities, assets and systems to efficiently and effectively deliver quality products in accordance with legal obligations, standards and decisions of the Policy-Making Organs. Lead the IEC’s response actions during a nuclear/radiological incident/emergency. Participate as an Emergency Response Manager in the on-call response system. Develop, maintain and communicate a vision and strategy for, and associated policies for implementation of, the IAEA’s programme on incident and emergency management. Stay aware of developments, and identify, assess and prioritize new issues relevant to incident and emergency management, and, where appropriate, develop initiatives and obtain resources as part of the continuous development of the programme on incident and emergency management. Ensure coordination of IEC activities with other IAEA activities related to incident and emergency management, particularly with respect to Technical Cooperation projects. Ensure effective communication of relevant initiatives among stakeholders. Liaise with Member States, competent authorities, experts and other international organizations on matters related to incident and emergency management; represent the Agency in relevant national and international fora; make presentations to key decision-makers with a view to developing needed consensus. Prepare documents for the Policy-Making Organs, experts, Agency staff and Member States related to implementation of the programme. Build and maintain strategic partnerships and alliances with a wide range of stakeholders in Member States and international and other governmental organizations to ensure acceptance of the IAEA’s relevant standards. The incumbent may perform his/her work in areas involving exposure to radioactive materials. Therefore, as an Occupationally Exposed Worker, he/she must be medically cleared by VIC Medical Service and is subject to an appropriate radiation and health monitoring programme, in accordance with the IAEA’s Radiation Safety Regulations. Competencies and Expertise Core Competencies Name Definition Communication Promotes an environment of open communication within and outside of the Agency, ensuring that sensitive information is protected. Inspires staff at all levels through his/her communication. Achieving Results Sets the overall direction for the Centre goals, and promotes a results based management culture that focuses on the achievement of programme results in an effective and efficient manner. Teamwork Motivates and empowers staff, and fosters a collaborative approach across the Centre and the Agency as a whole. Acts as a role model when handling disagreements. Planning and Organizing Sets clearly defined objectives for the Centre in line with the priorities of the Agency. Works toward Agency-wide efficiencies with a view to strengthening and harmonizing planning systems and capacities at the Centre level. Name Definition Commitment to continuous process improvement Leads and oversees continuous quality improvement efforts across the Centre through the promotion of advanced tools, resources and training. Partnership building Develops strategic partnerships and alliances. Leverages combined network resources to support the Agency’s programmes and priorities in achieving Agency-wide results. Technical/scientific credibility Demonstrates vision, expertise and resourcefulness in developing strategies, seizing good opportunities, mastering challenges and risks, and addressing issues relevant to the programme goals. Required Expertise Management and Programme Analysis International Relations In-depth knowledge of regulatory framework for both nuclear security and nuclear safety. Physical Protection Regulatory Framework Awareness of the international trends and issues in the area of incident and emergency response. Qualifications, Experience and Language skills Master’s Degree Advanced university degree in science (physics, chemistry, medicine), nuclear science or other related field. A first level university degree with additional five years of relevant experience may be considered in lieu of an advanced university degree. Minimum 15 years of progressively responsible experience in nuclear safety/radiation protection in a national and/or international environment, with experience in a broad spectrum of incident and emergency related management areas and/or in human and financial resource management, programme planning and organizational development. At least 5 of these years should have been at the senior management or executive level. Proven track record of excellent leadership. Excellent oral and written command of English. Knowledge of other official IAEA languages (Arabic, Chinese, French, Russian and Spanish) is an asset. Remuneration The IAEA offers an attractive remuneration package including a tax-free annual net base salary starting at US $102715 (subject to mandatory deductions for pension contributions and health insurance), a variable post adjustment which currently amounts to US $ 53925, dependency benefits, rental subsidy, education grant, relocation and repatriation expenses; 6 weeks‘ annual vacation, home leave, pension plan and health insurance. Applications from qualified women and candidates from developing countries are encouraged Applicants should be aware that IAEA staff members are international civil servants and may not accept instructions from any other authority. The IAEA is committed to applying the highest ethical standards in carrying out its mandate. As part of the United Nations common system, the IAEA subscribes to the following core ethical standards (or values): Integrity, Professionalism and Respect for diversity. Staff members may be assigned to any location. The IAEA retains the discretion not to make any appointment to this vacancy, to make an appointment at a lower grade or with a different contract type, or to make an appointment with a modified job description or for shorter duration than indicated above. Testing may be part of the recruitment process. International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)
Director, Incident and Emergency Centre, Vienna, Austria
Wienerzeitung, Wien
International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) : Director, Incident and Emergency Centre, Vienna, Austria 0 IAEA - International Atomic Energy Agency vom 15.06.2021, 00:00 Uhr Director, Incident and Emergency Centre, Vienna, Austria Organization: IAEA - International Atomic Energy Agency Country: Austria Grade: D-1 Closing date: Wednesday, 7 July 2021 Director, Incident and Emergency Centre(D1) ( 2021/0346 (223616) ) Organization: NS-Incident and Emergency Centre Job Posting: 2021-06-09, 12:41:43 PM Contract Type : Fixed Term Regular Organizational Setting The Department of Nuclear Safety and Security (NS) formulates and implements the IAEA’s nuclear safety and security programme, which encompasses the IAEA’s activities to protect people and the environment from radiation exposure, and responds to the needs of its Member States related to nuclear safety and nuclear security. The Incident and Emergency Centre (IEC) is part of the Department of Nuclear Safety and Security and reports to the Deputy Director General, Head of the Department. The IEC serves as the IAEA’s focal point for preparedness and response to nuclear and radiological incidents and emergencies regardless of their cause, and for strengthening Member States‘ preparedness for response. Main Purpose Reporting to the Deputy Director General, the Director leads the Incident and Emergency Centre (IEC), the implementation of the IAEA’s policy and programme in the area of incident and emergency preparedness and response, in line with a result - based programmatic responses to Member States. He/she leads the Centre’s activities to ensure efficacy of the implementation of the IAEA’s programme on a global level, and manages the Centre’s financial and human resources in the most effective and efficient manner. Role The Director is: (1) the principal adviser to the Deputy Director General overseeing the management, planning, coordination and supervision of the human and financial resources, and the activities of the Centre in accordance with Member States‘ needs and ensuring that these activities are implemented effectively and in cooperation with relevant stakeholders within the Agency, with Member States and other organizations; (2) a leader, providing strategic direction to the staff to efficiently and effectively deliver quality products by promoting good performance and teamwork; (3) a manager acting in accordance with the IAEA’s values and ethical standards in making decisions regarding financial, human, information and knowledge resources. Functions / Key Results Expected Lead the planning, development, implementation, guidance, coordination and supervision of the activities of the Centre. Manage the IEC, including its staff (encouraging teamwork and cooperation), work programme, facilities, assets and systems to efficiently and effectively deliver quality products in accordance with legal obligations, standards and decisions of the Policy-Making Organs. Lead the IEC’s response actions during a nuclear/radiological incident/emergency. Participate as an Emergency Response Manager in the on-call response system. Develop, maintain and communicate a vision and strategy for, and associated policies for implementation of, the IAEA’s programme on incident and emergency management. Tags civil servants emergency management emergency preparedness financial resources human resources international relations nuclear safety nuclear science organizational development programme planning radioactive materials safety and security safety regulations technical cooperation Stay aware of developments, and identify, assess and prioritize new issues relevant to incident and emergency management, and, where appropriate, develop initiatives and obtain resources as part of the continuous development of the programme on incident and emergency management. Ensure coordination of IEC activities with other IAEA activities related to incident and emergency management, particularly with respect to Technical Cooperation projects. Ensure effective communication of relevant initiatives among stakeholders. Liaise with Member States, competent authorities, experts and other international organizations on matters related to incident and emergency management; represent the Agency in relevant national and international fora; make presentations to key decision-makers with a view to developing needed consensus. Prepare documents for the Policy-Making Organs, experts, Agency staff and Member States related to implementation of the programme. Build and maintain strategic partnerships and alliances with a wide range of stakeholders in Member States and international and other governmental organizations to ensure acceptance of the IAEA’s relevant standards. The incumbent may perform his/her work in areas involving exposure to radioactive materials. Therefore, as an Occupationally Exposed Worker, he/she must be medically cleared by VIC Medical Service and is subject to an appropriate radiation and health monitoring programme, in accordance with the IAEA’s Radiation Safety Regulations. Competencies and Expertise Core Competencies Name Definition Communication Promotes an environment of open communication within and outside of the Agency, ensuring that sensitive information is protected. Inspires staff at all levels through his/her communication. Achieving Results Sets the overall direction for the Centre goals, and promotes a results based management culture that focuses on the achievement of programme results in an effective and efficient manner. Teamwork Motivates and empowers staff, and fosters a collaborative approach across the Centre and the Agency as a whole. Acts as a role model when handling disagreements. Planning and Organizing Sets clearly defined objectives for the Centre in line with the priorities of the Agency. Works toward Agency-wide efficiencies with a view to strengthening and harmonizing planning systems and capacities at the Centre level. Name Definition Commitment to continuous process improvement Leads and oversees continuous quality improvement efforts across the Centre through the promotion of advanced tools, resources and training. Partnership building Develops strategic partnerships and alliances. Leverages combined network resources to support the Agency’s programmes and priorities in achieving Agency-wide results. Technical/scientific credibility Demonstrates vision, expertise and resourcefulness in developing strategies, seizing good opportunities, mastering challenges and risks, and addressing issues relevant to the programme goals. Required Expertise Management and Programme Analysis International Relations In-depth knowledge of regulatory framework for both nuclear security and nuclear safety. Physical Protection Regulatory Framework Awareness of the international trends and issues in the area of incident and emergency response. Qualifications, Experience and Language skills Master’s Degree Advanced university degree in science (physics, chemistry, medicine), nuclear science or other related field. A first level university degree with additional five years of relevant experience may be considered in lieu of an advanced university degree. Minimum 15 years of progressively responsible experience in nuclear safety/radiation protection in a national and/or international environment, with experience in a broad spectrum of incident and emergency related management areas and/or in human and financial resource management, programme planning and organizational development. At least 5 of these years should have been at the senior management or executive level. Proven track record of excellent leadership. Remuneration The IAEA offers an attractive remuneration package including a tax-free annual net base salary starting at US $102715 (subject to mandatory deductions for pension contributions and health insurance), a variable post adjustment which currently amounts to US $ 53925, dependency benefits, rental subsidy, education grant, relocation and repatriation expenses; 6 weeks‘ annual vacation, home leave, pension plan and health insurance. Applications from qualified women and candidates from developing countries are encouraged Applicants should be aware that IAEA staff members are international civil servants and may not accept instructions from any other authority. The IAEA is committed to applying the highest ethical standards in carrying out its mandate. As part of the United Nations common system, the IAEA subscribes to the following core ethical standards (or values): Integrity, Professionalism and Respect for diversity. Staff members may be assigned to any location. The IAEA retains the discretion not to make any appointment to this vacancy, to make an appointment at a lower grade or with a different contract type, or to make an appointment with a modified job description or for shorter duration than indicated above. Testing may be part of the recruitment process. UNDP - United Nations Development Programme Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Na
HR Director (w/m/d)
Experis ManpowerGroup, Wien
Together with the HR Team you will further develop and implement a HR-strategy in order to guarantee a sustainable growth of the business. You act as a sparring partner for the Austrian management team in terms of people & culture management as well as change management. As a world leader in innovative workforce solutions, we connect more than 600,000 people to meaningful work across a wide range of skills and industries helping to power the success of clients around the world. Your new Career will include Develop and implement an effective HR-strategy to support sustainable business growth Lead the HR team in the field of recruitment, training&development, performance management and administration management Act as a strategic partner to the senior management in all HR related topics to drive the organizational development Overall responsibility for all HR-related administration processes (especially legal & compliance topics) Continuous exchange with regional and global peers Define and plan the budget Develop and implement HR-Management processes Further responsibility for the Quality Management Team (especially in terms of GDPR) and Health, Safety & Security Team We can offer you An international and dynamic environment The opportunity to take over responsibility Flexible working hours as well as home office opportunity Company car and parking area Your Qualifications University degree, preferably in the area of Human Resource Management Minimum 5 years' experience in a similar function, ideally in a multinational company At least 3 years' experience in leadership and team management Solid know-how in operational HR functions (recruitment, training & development, performance management, etc.) Very good knowledge of the Austrian labour law Excellent German skills and very good English skills Dynamic personality with hands-on mentality and a solution mindset International experience and strong intercultural skills Driving license and availability to travel Salary Information The annual gross salary foreseen for this position is 70000,00. An overpayment based on qualification and professional experience is possible. 9139440850 Join us and take the chance to develop a top-class working environment based on our values "People-Knowledge-Innovation". We are looking forward to meeting you in person.
Section Head (Regulatory Activities Section) (P5), Vienna, Austria
Wienerzeitung, Wien
International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) : Section Head (Regulatory Activities Section) (P5), Vienna, Austria 0 International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) vom 31.08.2021, 00:00 Uhr Organization: International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Country: Austria Section Head (Regulatory Activities Section)(P5) ( 2021/0461 (012944) ) Organization: NSNI-Regulatory Activities Section Job Posting: 2021-08-23, 10:49:41 AM Contract Type : Fixed Term Regular Organizational Setting The Department of Nuclear Safety and Security (NS) formulates and implements the IAEA’s nuclear safety and security programme, which encompasses the Agency’s activities to protect people and the environment from radiation exposure, and responds to the safety and security related needs of its Member States. The objective of the Division of Nuclear Installation Safety (NSNI) is to achieve and maintain a high level of safety of nuclear installations worldwide that are under design or construction or in operation. The Division does this by establishing standards of safety for the protection of health, including standards for nuclear power plants and other nuclear installations and facilities, and by providing for the application of these standards through, among other things, support for the IAEA’s Technical Cooperation programme, the rendering of safety review services, the promotion of education and training, the fostering of information exchange and the coordination of research and development. In addition, the Division helps ensure safety at nuclear installations by promulgating international safety instruments such as the Convention on Nuclear Safety and the Code of Conduct on the Safety of Research Reactors. NSNI comprises five Sections: External Events Safety Section Operational Safety Section Safety Assessment Section Regulatory Activities Section Research Reactor Safety Section The main objective of the Regulatory Activities Section (RAS) is to help enhance effective regulatory infrastructures for nuclear safety in Member States based on IAEA safety standards and the use of self-assessment. The Section’s activities include safety review and advisory missions to Member States, the development and revision of safety standards, support for effective regulatory development for countries embarking on new nuclear power programmes, development of training programmes for regulators, and organizational aspects related to the Convention on Nuclear Safety. Main Purpose Reporting to the Division Director, the Section Head manages and leads the team of the Regulatory Activities Section, initiating, developing and implementing the IAEA’s policy and programme aim at strengthening the regulatory infrastructures for nuclear facilities and installations. The Section Head leads the Section’s activities to ensure the efficacy of the IAEA’s programme on a global level, and manages the Section’s financial and human resources. Role The Section Head is: (a) a programme manager in a specialized, multilateral environment, finding practical solutions and presenting arguments that can achieve results; (b) an adviser, providing analysis and background information to the Division Director on the formulation of strategies and policies related to the Section’s technical responsibilities and facilitating their implementation; (c) a manager, planning, managing, coordinating and supervising the activities of the Section in accordance with IAEA policies and programmes and Member States‘ needs and ensuring that programmes and tasks are implemented effectively; (d) a promoter, conveying to multiple audiences the IAEA’s vision and mission in this area; and (e) a substantive technical expert contributor, managing and implementing projects of particular complexity and/or sensitivity. Functions / Key Results Expected Provide technical and managerial leadership of the Section in the following areas: enhancing the capability of Member States in relation to the application of the IAEA’s safety standards by carrying out regulatory review services to assess the effectiveness of the governmental and national regulatory infrastructure, taking into consideration technical and policy issues. enhancing the capability of Member States in establishing and maintaining regulatory processes for self-assessment of their compliance with the IAEA’s safety standards; coordinating and supporting Member States in the areas of education and training, including conducting coordinated research projects to enhance technical skills in Member States. Broaden knowledge of the core regulatory functions applied to nuclear installations, including authorization, review and assessment, inspection and enforcement and development of regulatory frameworks, through: organizing scientific meetings, preparing scientific programmes, contributing to the preparation and editing of scientific reports, manuals, proceedings and other scientific publications, and organizing in-house meetings in support of the Section’s scientific programme; establishing and maintaining contacts with individual scientists in relevant organizations, committees and scientific societies. Plan, manage and lead the development, review and publication process of safety standards for all the nuclear installation types which are under the responsibility of the Section. Plan, organize and lead complex safety review missions, including preparatory and follow up visits and assessments of Member States‘ needs. Provide technical input and coordinate the preparation of mission reports. Identify strategies and analyze information to enhance the capability of the Section’s programme to address Member States‘ needs, and lead the IAEA’s activities related to supporting the further strengthening of the international safety regime in the assigned technical areas. Coordinate the Section’s provision of specialized technical input to technical cooperation projects in the subject area. Provide support and relevant expertise for the Incident and Emergency System (IES) and participate in associated training and exercises. Competencies and Expertise Core Competencies Name Definition Planning and Organizing Sets clearly defined objectives for himself/herself and the team or Section. Identifies and organizes deployment of resources based on assessed needs, taking into account possible changing circumstances. Monitors team’s performance in meeting the assigned deadlines and milestones. Communication Encourages open communication and builds consensus. Uses tact and discretion in dealing with sensitive information, and keeps staff informed of decisions and directives as appropriate. Achieving Results Sets realistic targets for himself/herself and for the team; ensures availability of resources and supports staff members in achieving results. Monitors progress and performance; evaluates achievements and integrates lessons learned. Teamwork Encourages teamwork, builds effective teams and resolves problems by creating a supportive and collaborative team spirit, remaining mindful of the need to collaborate with people outside the immediate area of responsibility. Name Definition Judgement/decision making Consults with and seeks advice at the appropriate managerial level when making complex decisions. Facilitates dialogue and development of best practice to support judgement/decision making, in full compliance with the Agency’s regulations and rules. Partnership building Identifies interests and goals common to the Agency’s partners and its stakeholders to foster partnership building. Promotes collaboration with partners, colleagues across teams and stakeholders. Technical/scientific credibility Provides guidance and advice in his/her area of expertise on the application of scientific/professional methods, procedures and approaches. Required Expertise Nuclear Safety Management System for Regulatory Bodies Experience in establishing the appropriate management system for the effective and efficient implementation of the fundamental regulatory functions such as development of regulations, authorization, inspection and public communication. Human Resources Project Management Extensive experience in leading multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural teams. Nuclear Safety Regulation of Nuclear Installations Experience in development and implementation of the regulatory framework to assure safety of nuclear installations during lifetime stages such as site evaluation, design, construction, and/or operation. Nuclear Safety Regulatory Oversight of Nuclear Installations Experience in regulatory oversight of nuclear installations during lifetime stages with particular focus on authorization, inspection, and enforcement. Qualifications, Experience and Language skills Master’s Degree Advanced university degree in nuclear engineering, science, technology or related technical areas. Bachelor’s Degree A first level university degree in nuclear engineering, science, technology or related technical areas with additional four years of relevant experience may be considered in lieu of advanced university degree. Minimum 10 years of experience in the field of regulatory activities, including the development and implementation of the regulatory framework for the safety of new and operating nuclear power plants, out of which five should be in a senior or managerial level in a regulatory authority. Experience at the international level, including the development of the IAEA safety standards (either directly or indirectly) and providing for their implementation through participation in IAEA peer reviews and in particular IRRS (Integrated Regulatory Review Service) missions. Knowledge of complementary fields such as nuclear physics, and reactor design and operation. Excellent oral and written command of English. Knowledge of other official IAEA languages (Arabic, Chinese, French, Russian and Spanish) is an asset. Remuneration The IAEA offers an attractive remuneration package including a tax-free annual net base salary starting at US $89837 (subject to mandatory deductions for pension contributions and health insurance), a variable post adjustment which currently amounts to US $ 44110, dependency benefits, rental subsidy, education grant, relocation and repatriation expenses; 6 weeks‘ annual vacation, home leave, pension plan and health insurance Applications from qualified women and candidates from developing countries are encouraged Applicants should be aware that IAEA staff members are international civil servants and may not accept instructions from any other authority. The IAEA is committed to applying the highest ethical standards in carrying out its mandate. As part of the United Nations common system, the IAEA subscribes to the following core ethical standards (or values): Integrity, Professionalism and Respect for diversity. Staff members may be assigned to any location. The IAEA retains the discretion not to make any appointment to this vacancy, to make an appointment at a lower grade or with a different contract type, or to make an appointment with a modified job description or for shorter duration than indicated above. Testing may be part of the recruitment process UNDP - United Nations Development Programme UNDP - United Nations Development Programme UNDP - United Nations Development Programme
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Section Head (Applied Radiation Biology and Radiotherapy) (P5), Vienna, Austria
Wienerzeitung, Wien
International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) : Section Head (Applied Radiation Biology and Radiotherapy) (P5), Vienna, Austria 0 International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) vom 27.02.2021, 00:00 Uhr Section Head (Applied Radiation Biology and Radiotherapy) (P5), Vienna, Austria Organization: International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Country: Austria Section Head (Applied Radiation Biology and Radiotherapy) (P5) ( 2020/0511 (004345) ) Organization: NAHU-Applied Radiation Biology and Radiotherapy Section Job Posting: 2021-02-25, 7:48:04 AM Contract Type : Fixed Term Regular Organizational Setting The Department of Nuclear Sciences and Applications implements the IAEA’s Major Programme 2, "Nuclear Techniques for Development and Environmental Protection". This Major Programme comprises individual programmes on food and agriculture, human health, water resources, environment and radiation technologies. These programmes are supported by laboratories in Seibersdorf, Monaco and Vienna. The Major Programme’s objective is to enhance the capacity of Member States to meet basic human needs and to assess and manage the marine and terrestrial environments through the use of nuclear and isotopic techniques in sustainable development programmes. The Division of Human Health is organized into four Sections whose objectives are to enhance the capabilities of Member States to address needs related to the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of health problems through the development and application of nuclear techniques within a framework of quality assurance.The Department of Nuclear Sciences and Applications implements the IAEA’s Major Programme 2, "Nuclear Techniques for Development and Environmental Protection". This Major Programme comprises individual programmes on food and agriculture, human health, water resources, environment and radiation technologies. These programmes are supported by laboratories in Seibersdorf, Monaco and Vienna. The Major Programme’s objective is to enhance the capacity of Member States to meet basic human needs and to assess and manage the marine and terrestrial environments through the use of nuclear and isotopic techniques in sustainable development programmes. The Division of Human Health is organized into four Sections whose objectives are to enhance the capabilities of Member States to address needs related to the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of health problems through the development and application of nuclear techniques within a framework of quality assurance. The Applied Radiation Biology and Radiotherapy Section’s primary objective is to enhance Member States‘ capabilities to establish sound policies concerning radiotherapy and cancer treatment, and to ensure the effective and efficient utilization of current and future advanced cancer radiotherapy treatment technologies. Main Purpose As a team leader reporting to the Director of the Division of Human Health, the Section Head (Applied Radiation Biology and Radiotherapy) initiates, manages, coordinates and supervises IAEA projects in Human Health in the field of radiation oncology and cancer treatment, in line with the strategic goals of the Division, through efficient management of human and financial resources. Role The Section Head (Applied Radiation Biology and Radiotherapy) is: (1) a team leader and manager of a group of approximately 6 staff members (radiation oncologists and a radiobiologist), ensuring the efficient and effective development and implementation of the Applied Radiation Biology and Radiotherapy Section’s activities; (2) an adviser to the Director on programmatic, scientific, and technical issues in the relevant fields, (3) a coordinator of the Section’s technical support to the IAEA’s Coordinated Research Programme as well as the technical cooperation programme in the relevant fields; and; (4) a facilitator of inter- and intra-Agency cooperation with other scientific and medical organizations and with other Divisions/Departments in the IAEA within the programmatic responsibilities in question. Functions / Key Results Expected Plan, develop, and implement the subprogramme on radiation oncology and cancer treatment in line with the strategic goals of the Division, the results-based framework, and the expressed needs of Member States, including identifying Member States‘ needs, developing programme and budget proposals, coordinating staff activities, and monitoring and assessing programme performance. Coordinate and provide technical support to coordinated research projects and technical cooperation projects in the subject area, with the aim of establishing a wide outreach and practical implementation of the IAEA’s programme in Member States. Manage the Section’s coordinated technical inputs to the PACT programme and coordinate activities with medical physics and nuclear medicine/diagnostic imaging sections for an integrated approach. Broaden and deepen the field of knowledge by organizing scientific meetings, prepare scientific programmes and serve as scientific secretary for such meetings, and prepare and/or edit/review reports, manuals, proceedings and other scientific publications. Represent the IAEA at international meetings and conferences and coordinate the activities of the Section with other international organizations, committees and scientific societies. Initiate and implement research and development projects and provide technical guidance to Member States with respect to improving the quality of radiation therapy. Competencies and Expertise Core Competencies NameDefinition Planning and Organizing Sets clearly defined objectives for himself/herself and the team or Section. Identifies and organizes deployment of resources based on assessed needs, taking into account possible changing circumstances. Monitors team’s performance in meeting the assigned deadlines and milestones. Communication Encourages open communication and builds consensus. Uses tact and discretion in dealing with sensitive information, and keeps staff informed of decisions and directives as appropriate. Achieving Results Sets realistic targets for himself/herself and for the team; ensures availability of resources and supports staff members in achieving results. Monitors progress and performance; evaluates achievements and integrates lessons learned. Teamwork Encourages teamwork, builds effective teams and resolves problems by creating a supportive and collaborative team spirit, remaining mindful of the need to collaborate with people outside the immediate area of responsibility. NameDefinition Analytical thinking Applies business analytics to establish programme priorities. Makes rational judgements from the available information and analysis. Partnership building Identifies interests and goals common to the Agency’s partners and its stakeholders to foster partnership building. Promotes collaboration with partners, colleagues across teams and stakeholders. Technical/scientific credibility Provides guidance and advice in his/her area of expertise on the application of scientific/professional methods, procedures and approaches. Required Expertise Clinical and Radiation Oncology Thorough knowledge of clinical elements of the practice of radiation oncology. Ability to analyse current evidence and to adapt to limited resource settings. Ability to develop educational and training material in clinical/ radiation oncology. Quality Management Thorough knowledge of the elements of a quality management system. Understanding of the link between quality management and patient safety. Radiation Biology Profound understanding of the effects of ionizing radiation in human cells, tissues and organs. Understanding of biological basis of fractionation in radiation therapy. Profound understanding of the elements of clinical research. Ability to develop research protocols adapted to LMICs. Knowledge of the needs of LMICs in clinical research. Medical Physics Radiotherapy Physics Profound understanding of physical basis of treatment using EBRT and BT. Qualifications, Experience and Language skills Tags civil servants development projects environmental protection financial resources global health ionizing radiation nuclear medicine nuclear science programme priorities quality management research and development scientific societies sustainable development technical cooperation water resources Higher Degree Medicine, specializing in radiation oncology (radiotherapy). Other PhD in medical science is an asset. At least 10 years‘ experience after specialization, including working in a cancer centre or department. Experience in staff supervision, leadership and team building, as well as in managing and budgeting scientific projects or clinical activities. Experience in and affinity with clinical radiobiology and medical oncology (chemotherapy). Experience in participative management. Recognized scientific status, demonstrable through recent international refereed publications and invited presentations at international radiation oncology events. Experience in clinical trial research and Global health organization an asset. Excellent oral and written command of English. Remuneration The IAEA offers an attractive remuneration package including a tax-free annual net base salary starting at US $88162 (subject to mandatory deductions for pension contributions and health insurance), a variable post adjustment which currently amounts to US $ 44434, dependency benefits, rental subsidy, education grant, relocation and repatriation expenses; 6 weeks‘ annual vacation, home leave, pension plan and health insurance Applications from qualified women and candidates from developing countries are encouraged Applicants should be aware that IAEA staff members are international civil servants and may not accept instructions from any other authority. The IAEA is committed to applying the highest ethical standards in carrying out its mandate. As part of the United Nations common system, the IAEA subscribes to the following core ethical standards (or values): Integrity, Professionalism and Respect for diversity. Staff members may be assigned to any location. The IAEA retains the discretion not to make any appointment to this vacancy, to make an appointment at a lower grade or with a different contract type, or to make an appointment with a modified job description or for shorter duration than indicated above. Testing may be part of the recruitment process UNDP - United Nations Development Programme Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Na