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United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) Young Talent Pipeline – webinar

Event open to Corvinus students and alumni.
2024.05.22. 17:10 – 2024.05.22. 18:10
Budapesti Corvinus Egyetem

Date: 22 May 2024, 17:10 – 18:10 

Location: Corvinus Main Building, room E.3.338 / online, MS Teams (details shared upon registration) 

 

UNEP is actively working to increase the representation of staff from less represented regional groups such as Africa Group, Asia Pacific Group, Eastern Europe Group, Latin America and Caribbean Group.  

On the 2nd of March 2022, the resolution adopted by the United Nations Environment Assembly demonstrated the importance providing due regard for the principle of equitable geographical distribution, in accordance with paragraph 3 of Article 101 of the Charter of the United Nations.  

In support of the implementation of this resolution, the organization has launched a new talent acquisition initiative known as the Young Talent Pipeline. This program offers 10-12 positions at the UNEP headquarters in Nairobi for young professionals aged between 28 and 33 years old, with over 2 years of relevant professional experience and completed higher education. Additionally, fluent English proficiency is required, while knowledge of one of the UN languages (French, Spanish, Arabic, Russian or Chinese) would be considered an asset.  

 Currently, the UNEP HR team is organizing webinars for students and alumni from European universities with a large number of international students from underrepresented regions about the Young Talent Pipeline initiative, UNEP’s working modalities, and inviting UNEP staff members to share their experiences working at the organization. Each webinar lasts for 60 minutes and includes a 40-minute presentation followed by 20 minutes for questions and answers. 

 

Registration compulsory on https://forms.office.com/e/T8HYWqpqii 

  

Speakers:  

  • Soraya Soemadiredja, Talent Acquisition Officer, UNEP 
  • Anna Bulgakova, Digital Recruitment Specialist, UNEP 

 

Facilitator:  

Cristina Bálint-Nagy – Careers & Employability Programs (Corporate and Business Relations) Corvinus University of Budapest 

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