In February 2020, UNITAR Division for Peace launched a roster of trainers to consolidate the best expertise and knowledge available globally in the fields of peacekeeping, peacebuilding, crisis management, and conflict transformation. Applications are accepted through the online questionnaire, accessible through the links in the respective vacancy announcements. Vacancy announcements are grouped by thematic areas, with each group being published every two-three weeks.
The roster is open to trainers with various levels of thematic and training experience. In particular, we seek expertise in:
- Open Source Data Collection;
- Data Science;
- Conflict analysis;
- Conflict Early Warning;
- Conflict resolution;
- Conflict transformation;
- Conflict-sensitive programming;
- Protection of civilians;
- Good governance;
- Project cycle management;
- Human security;
- demobilization and reintegration;
- Natural resources management;
- Transitional justice;
- Post-conflict reconstruction;
- Security sector reform;
- Monitoring and evaluation;
- Project Management;
- Training of Trainers;
- Rule of law;
- Human Rights;
- Violent extremism;
- Women and Peacebuilding;
- Youth and Peacebuilding;
- Sexual exploitation and abuse;
- Conflict related sexual violence and abuse;
- Gender issues;
- Public private partnerships;
- Weapons management;
- Ammunition management;
- Small Arms and Light Weapons (SALW);
- Donor Relations Management;
- Strategic Communications.
as well as other related fields and country-specific expertise.
Once sent, your application will be reviewed by the UNITAR team consisting of thematic area experts as well as training design and delivery experts. If your application is successful, your profile will be included in the UNITAR pool of trainers and you will be contacted in the case there is a matching project or opportunity. Please, note that we do not guarantee immediate assignment.
UNITAR values diversity among its staff and is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce. Therefore, UNITAR particularly welcomes applications from women and from non- and under-represented groups.
We are looking forward to welcoming you on board to promote sustainable peace and security through knowledge!