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How do I find a job? Careers. The United Nations is looking for highly qualified candidates who are ready to launch a professional career as an international civil servant.
The young professionals programme (YPP) is a recruitment initiative that brings new talent to the United Nations through an annual entrance examination. For young, high-calibre professionals across the globe, the examination is a platform for launching a career at the United Nations. This programme builds upon the national competitive recruitment examination (NCRE) which was held for the last time in 2010. Are you eligible to participate in the young professionals programme examination? Do you hold at least a first-level university degree? The examination is held worldwide and is open to nationals of countries participating in the annual recruitment exercise - the list of participating countries is published annually and varies from year to year.
Initially you will be appointed for two years and then be reviewed for a continuing appointment. JobBridge - National Internship Scheme.
Irish Aid. Trócaire and Irish Aid have a long history of working in partnership toward the common development goals of eradicating poverty and inequality in the developing world.
In 2012, Trócaire and Irish Aid entered into a new four-year strategic funding relationship. The overall aim of which is to ensure that poor and marginalised women and men experience less poverty, violence and exclusion by holding governments to account for their use of resources and power. In 2014, Trócaire received a funding grant of €15.4m that covers the following programmes areas: Governance and human rights HIV Gender equality Sustainable livelihoods Disaster risk reduction The programmes are being rolled out in 15 countries: Myanmar, India, Pakistan, Israel / Occupied Palestinian Territory, Democratic Republic of Congo, Rwanda, Sierra Leone, Ethiopia, Kenya, Uganda, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Malawi, and Zimbabwe. The Irish Aid funding grant also supports Trócaire's Development Education programme in Ireland. JobBridge. Jobs.theguardian.
On average, recruiters spend just 8.8 seconds reading your CV.
This means you have less than a sixth of a minute to sell yourself and your strengths to the reader. This is easier said than done: three quarters of CVs are rejected due to bad grammar, spelling and poor visual layout. So what makes a successful job application? We asked career experts for their tips. Here is a step-by-step Guardian Jobs guide on how to create the perfect CV. The general writing style: It's vital your CV is as tailored and concise as possible. Sometimes it's not enough to match your skills, you have to use the recruiter's language too.
It's also important to drop the cliches. Lis McGuire, founder of Giraffe CVS, agrees you should avoid cliches: "The most important thing to leave off a CV is white noise – essentially anything that isn't directly relevant to the job role you're applying. In summary, your writing style should be professional, concise and specific to the job you're applying to. Final tips: Trócaire Graduate Programme.
Trócaire's Graduate Programme offers placements in its Head Office (Maynooth) and a number of overseas offices.