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Project Coordinator, MAP’16 project to eliminate child labour and forced labour

ILO is implementing the MAP’16 project, a global project funded by the US Department of Labor (USDOL) that aims to increase the knowledge base, raise awareness, strengthen capacity, and conduct policy engagement in support of international efforts to eradicate child labour and forced labour. This position will work on the Kosovo* component, under the overall guidance of the ILO National Coordinator for Serbia and direct supervision of the Director of DWT/CO-Budapest. It will work under the technical guidance of the Project Manager of the MAP’16 project within the Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work Unit of ILO.

The incumbent, among other assignments, will collect and analyze information about child labour in Kosovo; assist the relevant authority in the preparation/implementation of the child labour policy, meetings, preparation of programs for project activities, including providing inputs and preparing background documents; ensure financial and administrative tasks related to the project are conducted according to ILO’s rules and procedures; establish and maintain close links with relevant partners, including government agencies, employers’ and workers’ organizations, NGOs, the UN agencies and others active in the field of child labor and fundamental principles and rights at work. 

Deadline for applications: 14 July, 2019
Duty station: Pristina, Kosovo
Duration: 1 August 2019-31 July 2020 (renawable contract)
Full job description available on and application through the ILO Jobs website

*as defined by UN Security Council Resolution 1244.