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Technical/Service Support
Job Title: Technical/Service Support
Duty Station London, UK
Reports To: Resource Management Officer
£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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Research Institutions for the Provision of a Study in Gambia, Guinea, and Senegal on the extent development interventions affect people's migration aspirations, decision and movement.

Reference: 2018.0041
Beneficiary country(ies): United Kingdom
Registration level: Basic
Published on: 18-Jan-2019
Deadline on: 03-Feb-2019 22:59 (GMT 0.00) Western Europe Time London, Lisbon, Casablanca

In the framework of Safety Support and Solutions in the Central Mediterranean Route Phase II, a programme funded by the UK Department for International Development (DFID), IOM now invites Expressions of Interest (EOI) from research institutions or consortia for the provision of a large scale, 21-24 month study (including a 3-6 month inception period) in Gambia, Guinea and Senegal on “How and to what extent development interventions affect people’s migration aspirations, decision and movement, and on what timetable?” The research will require analysis at the individual, household and community level and will explore ongoing and new interventions and their effect on migration decision making. While the research will take place in each of the three countries, the study will not necessarily be the same in all three countries. The research will produce peer-reviewed papers, policy briefs and regular context reporting. IOM is particularly interested in partners with the appropriate language competency, ground reach and academic experience in the subject matter. IOM also will be interested to hear from partners with experience of using research to informing ongoing programming. The research partner will not just act as the lead on research, but also will take on the learning/critical friend function and will work with multiple stakeholders across the programme.

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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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