Individual Contractor (Badging Operator)

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Result of Service To provide support during CSW-67 to ensure that UN grounds passes (photo & non-photo) are processed and issued in a timely manner to facilitate access of all clients to UNHQ premises. This will be accomplished by using the Ccure-9000 badging system.

Work Location NEW YORK

Expected duration Monday 6 March 2023 Tuesday 7 March 2023 Wednesday 8 March 2023 Monday 13 March 2023

Estimated daily fee: US $180 per day based on 8 hour work day

Duties and Responsibilities The Commission on the Status of Women (CSW-67, 2023) is scheduled to meet at United Nations Headquarters from 6 March 2023 through to 17 March 2023.

The incumbent must receive all applicants for grounds passes to including Ministers, Ambassadors, Delegates, Staff, Media, NGOs and others. This will be on a frequency of 250 to 350 persons daily. The incumbent will review all documentation provided by the applicant to substantiate the issuance of a United Nations ID card. The incumbent will: ensure the validity of the supporting documentation; verify the category of the UN ID card to be issued and determine the level of access to be granted; ensure that all applications are signed by an authorized signatory and verify the identity of the applicant by reviewing a government issued picture ID, such as a passport or driver's license and determine the validity of the picture ID presented.

The incumbent must ensure the professional, expedient and efficient processing of ID cards for high level UN officials, high-level government officials and celebrities. The incumbent will be required to interface with focal-point personnel of Permanent Missions, UN Departments, UN Agencies, Funds and Programs, NGOs, as well as VIPs, via telephone or most often by direct interaction, to provide advice on procedures on how to obtain the proper UN ID card or for general guidance.

The incumbent must establish and maintain a professional working relationship with High Level Officials, the respective Executive Officers and Heads of Departments in-order to understand the functions of their respective Offices with a view of being able to provide the relevant client services as it relates to the issuance of United Nations grounds passes.

Qualifications/special skills Competencies: - The candidate must possess excellent communication skills both written and verbal - The candidate must demonstrate excellent client orientation skills - The candidate must be computer literate and proficient in data entry applications - The candidate must be able to validate application requests based on documentation provided by the clients - The candidate must possess the ability to effectively handle a large volume of clients in a fast paced environment with a high degree of professionalism - The candidate must be able to work within a team setting

Other requirements: - The candidate must be able to work an eight-hour shift. - The candidate must be able to follow instruction and adhere to all applicable rules/guidelines regarding the operation of the Pass and Identification Unit - The candidate must be able to pass a background check

Academic Qualifications: High School Diploma or equivalent

Experience in general office support or related area is required. Relevant experience within the UN Secretariat, UN Common System or other international organization is desirable. Experience with processing and issuance of identification cards, especially using CCURE-9000 badging system, is also desirable.

Languages Language: English and French are the working languages of the United Nations Secretariat. For the post advertised, fluency in oral and written English is required. Knowledge of another official United Nations language is an advantage.

No Fee THE UNITED NATIONS DOES NOT CHARGE A FEE AT ANY STAGE OF THE RECRUITMENT PROCESS (APPLICATION, INTERVIEW MEETING, PROCESSING, OR TRAINING). THE UNITED NATIONS DOES NOT CONCERN ITSELF WITH INFORMATION ON APPLICANTS’ BANK ACCOUNTS.

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