安徽快三走势图经彩票 www.kplps.icu GTI Secretariat is now seeking for an intern to support in EXIM Bank Association, Research Institute Network (RIN) and Trade and Investment Sector (Korean Speaking Preferred but not essential). This intern is expected to provide support in communication with partners, international conference organization, admin support for projects and programme and relevant task implementation. The selection criteria include but are not limited to:
- Holder of bachelor's degree or above, in a related field such as computer science, international relations, public administration, political sciences, media and communications studies;
- Possession of interest and knowledge about the Northeast Asia;
- English proficiency in both writing and speaking is essential. Knowledge in Chinese, Russian, Korean or Mongolian would be an asset;
- Excellent computer knowledge (skills in Excel or graphic design software will be an asset);
- Excellent interactive and interpersonal skills and the ability to work in a multicultural environment.
According to UNDP rules, the internship programme operates on a non-remunerative basis. The subsistence and travel costs for participating in the internship programme must be borne by the intern or an external sponsor institution. Interns are responsible for arranging their own travel to Beijing and accommodations there.
The Tumen Secretariat/ UNDP accept no responsibility for costs or hardships arising from illness or accidents incurred during the internship. Interns must therefore carry adequate and regular medical and life insurance. Proof of medical coverage/visa must be provided before the internship commences.
Internship Duration: 3-6 months (from June) prefer Full-time
How to apply:
Please submit your CV with a motivation letter in English and available days for work per week to [email protected], with email entitled “Internship-Name” (e.g. Internship-Wang Fang)
Deadline of Application: 31 May 2019
Only the shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
Tel: (86-10) 65326871
Fax: (86-10) 65326465
The Greater Tumen Initiative (GTI) (originally known as the Tumen River Area Development Programme) is an intergovernmental cooperation mechanism among four countries: China, Mongolia, Republic of Korea and Russian Federation, supported by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). In 1995, GTI member governments signed agreements to establish this mechanism, aimed at strengthening economic and technical cooperation, and attaining greater growth and sustainable development in NEA and specially the Greater Tumen Region. In particular, the GTI focuses on the priority areas of transport, trade and investment, tourism, agriculture, energy, with environment as a cross-cutting sector. Committing to the vision of building a great partnership for common prosperity between neighbours, the GTI has become an effective platform for regional economic cooperation, expanding policy dialogue, improving business environments and contributing to peace and stability in NEA. In addition, the GTI works closely with important international partners to jointly promote the region, and hosts both the NEA EXIM Banks Association as a regional development financing mechanism, and the Local Cooperation Committee in support of cooperation initiatives among local governments in NEA. With its skilled and low-cost labour pool, the Greater Tumen Region possesses enormous potential for investment and economic growth. The Tumen River ties this region together at the crossroads of vital trade, transport and energy routes. Rich in gas, oil and minerals, the region has easy access to affluent markets in NEA, representing millions of consumers. This potential can only be fully harnessed through dynamic cooperation among neighbours in the region. The core decision-making institution of the GTI is the Consultative Commission which is composed of Vice-Ministers from the GTI member governments. The Commission’s role is to foster support for regional cooperation and development, and promote mutual understanding. It convenes annually to discuss key policy issues and cooperation projects among the GTI members, and hosts joint sessions with strategic partners as well as local governments. Today, the GTI continues to strengthen regional cooperation through policy dialogue and the implementation of priority projects. It has established strong partnerships with regional governments, international organisations and the private sector to jointly promote cooperative activities in NEA. Increased regional cooperation has not only led to economic prosperity and sustainable development, but also significantly contributed to regional solidarity and stability. Tel: (86-10) 65326871 Fax: (86-10) 65326465 //www.tumenprogramme.org/