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Portuguese/Spanish/Italian-speaking CCCM Roster


CANADEM is seeking seasoned Portuguese, Spanish, and/or Italian-speaking professionals with previous relevant experience for its CCCM roster. CANADEM is a Canadian based NGO that works with various UN agencies through the standby partnership programme. We regularly deploy candidates in various areas of expertise all around the globe. Registration with CANADEM is always free. We are looking to expand our pool of experts for potential/upcoming opportunities with different UN agencies' field offices. Most positions are for 3 to 6 month deployments.


  • Minimum of 5 years of postgraduate progressively responsible professional experience in Camp Management and Camp Coordination, particularly as Camp Manager with experience in Shelter design.
  • Advanced University degree in Law, Political Science, Economics, International Relations, Business Administration, Social Science, or related field.
  • Proven ability to work in a complex and challenging environment, proactive with the capacity to federate actors around a common goal, and able to work in the field in hostile scenarios.
  • Experience in a humanitarian context within the UN common system or other comparable international organization is desirable. 
  • Strong communication, collaboration, teamwork, interpersonal, and cultural competency skills.
Languages: Fluency in English, Fluent/working knowledge of Portuguese, Spanish, and/or Italian, any additional UN language is an asset

CANADEM and its partners have a no-tolerance policy for inaction to prevent, respond to and follow up on alleged cases of Sexual Exploitation, Abuse, and Harassment (SEAH). For this reason, we adhere to all policies, procedures and training of the United Nations on The Prevention of Sexual Exploitation, Abuse, and Harassment (PSEAH). CANADEM mandates all deployees successfully complete the PSEA online course. This e-learning course is composed of a set of lessons designed to raise awareness about SEAH, become familiar with a range of measures to combat SEAH, understand the impact on victims and the consequences for UN Personnel who commit Sexual Exploitation, Abuse, and Harassment.

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