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13 days ago

Administrative Assistant, Executive Office

United Nations Foundation Washington, DC

Cover all incoming calls to the President / CEO and the Executive Assistant to the President and CEO when the Executive Assistant is unavailable… Percipio Media

30+ days ago

Coordinator, Women, Girls and Population Team

United Nations Foundation Washington, DC

. These efforts also contribute to the compilation and communication within the UNF staff of better practices and lessons learned in effective… United Nations Foundation

13 days ago

Senior Communications Officer, Global Health

United Nations Foundation Washington, DC

The Senior Communications Officer, Global Health is responsible for strategic communications planning and implementation for the United Nations… Idealist.org

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    UNF treats its employees well, but campaigns are poorly integrated within the UNF umbrella.

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    Management treats its employees very well with generous benefits and work-life balance.


    If you are working on a specific campaign, you're experience will depend largely on the Executive Director and your team. UNF has a lot of very young people with limited work experience, but lots of enthusiasm. UNF doesn't seem to provide much training for EDs to improve their management skills.

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    UNF should consider more rigorous evaluation of Executive Directors and provide them with training to improve their skills. Also, management should consider creating more jobs at upper levels to allow people to grow with the Foundation.

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