Human Rights Organization UN Watch Now Hiring for Three Positions

UN Watch, a human rights non-profit, seeks to recruit qualified candidates for the following three positions.

1. Director of Development in New York

UN Watch is seeking to recruit an experienced and dynamic Director of Development who will successfully grow fundraising initiatives in support of our multi-year strategic vision for growth and expansion. She or he will be based in a new UN Watch office to be established in New York. Click here for details 

2. Graduate Fellowship in Geneva (deadline for Applications: Feb. 15th) 

Graduates with degrees in international relations or related fields, and at least one year of work experience, are invited to apply for a one-year Graduate Fellowship with UN Watch in Geneva. Candidates must have superb writing skills in English. Fellows draft reports, speeches, op-eds, and press releases, monitor and report on meetings at the UN, perform research, and manage social media. Previous UN Watch Fellows have gone on to prestigious careers in government, diplomacy and journalism. Click here for details

3. Administrative Assistant in Geneva

UN Watch seeks an Administrative Assistant for our Geneva office. Responsibilities include correspondence, calendar management, travel planning, donation processing, data entry, event management and a range of other office administration matters. Click here for details

According the UN Watch website, the organization “is a non-governmental organization based in Geneva whose mandate is to monitor the performance of the United Nations by the yardstick of its own Charter. UN Watch was established in 1993 by the legendary civil rights activist Morris B. Abram, the former U.S. Permanent Representative to the United Nations in Geneva. UN Watch participates actively at the UN as an accredited NGO in Special Consultative Status to the UN Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) and as an Associate NGO to the UN Department of Public Information (DPI). It reports regularly to both.”

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