Vacancies

IOM is an equal opportunity employer and seeks committed professionals with a wide variety of skills in the field of migration. IOM staff work in multi-cultural environments, in which diversity and cultural sensitivity are valued.

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Technical/Service Support
Job Title: Technical/Service Support
Duty Station London, UK
Reports To: Resource Management Officer
Classification:
£28,353.96 (UN net salary but employee pays
Primary NI and pension )
Type of Appointment: One year with possibility of extension
Estimated Start Date:
Closing Date:
As soon as possible
31st of October 2018

Under the overall supervision of the Chief of Mission, and the direct supervision of the Resource Management Officer, the incumbent will provide user and technical support and services to users of IOM’s corporate applications and infrastructure in the UK, promoting a client and service-oriented approach.

The incumbent will work under the technical oversight of the Regional ICT Officer for Europe and in close coordination with the Global User Support Unit in Manila.
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Cross Cultural Facilitator - G5

Cross Cultural Facilitator
Job Title:Cross Cultural Facilitator
Duty Station: London, UK
Reports To: Project Coordinator
Classification: £28,353.96 (UN net salary but employee pays
Primary NI and pension )
Type of Appointment: One Year Fixed Term
Estimated Start Date: 1st of November 2018
Closing Date: 26th of October 2018


IOM, in close partnership with UNHCR, central and local government agencies, and civil society partners, has been facilitating the resettlement of refugees to the UK since 2004. Currently, IOM UK provides pre-departure cultural orientation sessions for refugees prior to their arrival in the UK to enhance their integration process by providing them with accurate and relevant information about the UK.

IOM’s experience in numerous countries has found that integration is a two-way process, however, working best when both refugees and those in receiving communities have a good understanding of each other’s expectations, cultural differences, and practices. IOM UK therefore launched its Information Sessions in May 2016 to increase local knowledge of the refugee communities being resettled in the UK, thereby helping to reduce the adjustment period for refugees and supporting strong, appropriate integration services.
The incumbent will assist in the planning, development and delivery of Information Sessions and associated capacity building workshops activities implemented by IOM London. The incumbent will also produce periodic reports on the delivery of such activities as well as represent IOM in external forums and meetings as requested by the Chief of Mission or Head of Unit.

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Cross Cultural Facilitator
Job Title: Cross Cultural Facilitator
Duty Station Throughout the UK
Reports To: Senior Project Support
Classification: Consultancy
Type of Appointment On call basis
Estimated Start Date:
Closing Date:
On call basis
Call for CVs

IOM’s experience in numerous countries has found that integration is a two-way process, however, working best when both refugees and those in receiving communities have a good understanding of each other’s expectations, cultural differences, and practices. IOM UK therefore launched its Information Sessions in May 2016 to increase local knowledge of the refugee communities being resettled in the UK, thereby helping to reduce the adjustment period for refugees and supporting strong, appropriate integration services.
To support the continued success of this programme, IOM UK invites United Kingdom residents with knowledge about the culture, life, and society of Sudan, Iraq, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Somalia, or Syria to apply for the position of Cross-Cultural Facilitator. Cross-Cultural Facilitators will provide information sessions on the above refugee communities to local authorities and partners participating in resettlement support. We are looking for cross-cultural facilitators available on an on-call basis. Members of the Sudanese, Iraqi, Congolese, Somali, and Syrian communities and female candidates are highly encouraged to apply for this exciting position.
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