Job detail: "Batch Vacancy - Programme Assistants (GS-5) in Programme Division - New York HQ"


This vacancy is advertised by UNICEF
Duty Station: United States
Level: ICS-05 Contract type: (More info about Levels and Contracts)

Closing date: 2019-02-10


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