Saturday, July 26, 2008

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY (EMIRATES 1000$ Salary and Other Benefits) APPLY Now

EMIRATES (EXPLORE OUR CAREERS) APPLY NOW



CAREER OPPOERTNITIES

Package
We offer a superb package of benefits including:


• A three year renewable contract.

• A tax-free starting salary of AED 3,640 (approx. US$ 1,000) plus flying pay of approximately US$ 600 per month.

• High quality furnished shared accommodation (own bedroom).

• Comprehensive medical coverage.

• Free duty transport.

• End-of-service benefits. A bonus is also payable on completion of the first three year contract.

• Emirates will provide you annually with a confirmed ticket to your home country.

• Generous travel concessions on Emirates and other airlines.

REQUIREMENTS
Every new cabin crew will be provided with comprehensive training in our state-of-the-art training college. However to qualify for this opportunity, you will need to meet the following criteria.


• Minimum age 21 years at the time of application.

• Minimum arm reach of 212 cms (on tip toes), which will enable you to reach emergency equipment on all aircraft types.


• Educated to at least high school standard.

• Medically fit to meet aircrew requirements.


• Fluent in written and spoken English (fluency in another language is an asset).

• Previous experience in the service/hospitality industry is an advantage.


• Finally, you will be the sort of person who has the natural ability to provide excellent service within a team environment.
If you are successful, you will be located in Dubai, the most modern and cosmopolitan of the Gulf cities, which is becoming renowned for its high-class tourist facilities and its high standard of living.

If you meet the above requirements and wish to apply, please click here for our on-line application form.

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Monday, July 21, 2008

2009-2010 FELLOWSHIPS IN INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS (Apply for Work)

2009-2010 FELLOWSHIPS IN INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS

For recent graduates of law schools or graduate programs in journalism, international relations, area studies, or other relevant disciplines from universities worldwide.

HUMAN RIGHTS WATCH, the international human rights monitoring and advocacy organization, invites applications for its fellowship program. Human Rights Watch is known for its impartial and reliable human rights reporting on over 70 countries worldwide, its innovative and high-profile advocacy campaigns, and its success in affecting the policy of the US and other influential governments toward human rights abusers.

Unrestricted Fellowships

Alan R. and Barbara D. Finberg Fellowship - Established in memory of Alan R. and Barbara D. Finberg, early supporters of Human Rights Watch, this fellowship is open to graduates (at the Master’s level) in the fields of law, journalism, international relations, or other relevant studies. Other relevant disciplines may also be considered.

Restricted Fellowships

NYU School of Law Fellowship at HRW - This fellowship is open to J.D. graduates of New York University School of Law only.
Leonard H. Sandler Fellowship - Established in memory of Judge Leonard H. Sandler, a 1950 Columbia Law graduate with a lifelong commitment to civil rights and liberties, this fellowship is open to J.D. graduates of Columbia Law School only.
Aryeh Neier Fellowship - Created to honor the legacy of Aryeh Neier, this fellowship is open to recent law school graduates or applicants who will have graduated by June 2009. Please visit the following page for more details.

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Fellows work full-time for one year with Human Rights Watch in New York, Washington, D.C., or London (Aryeh Neier fellows will work full-time, for an additional year, at the ACLU). Fellows monitor human rights developments in various countries, conduct on-site investigations, draft reports on human rights conditions, and engage in advocacy aimed at publicizing and curtailing human rights violations. Past fellows have conducted research and advocacy on numerous different issues in countries all over the world. A few recent examples are: a project on the rights of Iraqi refugees in Syria and Lebanon; on violations of the rights of girls in juvenile custody in New York State; on corporal punishment of children in southern public schools in the US; on the rights of Bhutanese refugees in Nepal and India; on abuses against Sri Lankan migrant domestic workers; and abuses committed in the context of the Naxal conflict in Chhattisgarh state, India.

QUALIFICATIONS:
Applicants must have exceptional analytic skills, an ability to write and speak clearly, and a commitment to work in the human rights field in the future. Proficiency in one language in addition to English is strongly desired. Familiarity with countries or regions where serious human rights violations occur is also valued. Depending on the fellowship for which they wish to apply, prospective fellows must be graduates of law, journalism, international relations, or other relevant studies, or must provide evidence of significant, comparable, relevant work experience (please see our Frequently Asked Questions section for the specific requirements of the various fellowships.
Fellowships begin in September 2009.

SALARY AND BENEFITS:
The salary for 2008-2009 fellows is $48,000, plus excellent employer-paid benefits. The salary for 2009-2010 is currently under review and may be increased.

APPLICATION DEADLINE: OCTOBER 3, 2008

Applicants are responsible for compiling complete application packets which must include the following:
cover letter
• résumé (curriculum vitae)
• two letters of recommendation
• at least one unedited, unpublished writing sample
• an official law or graduate school transcript (applicants in one-year graduate programs should supply an undergraduate transcript with a list of their graduate school courses)


Complete applications (including transcripts and recommendations) for 2009-2010 Fellowships must be received no later than October 3, 2008. Applications should be sent by e-mail, under single cover and as PDF files, to fellowship@hrw.org with the name of the fellowship you are applying for in the subject line.
Applicants must be available for interviews in New York from early November to mid-December 2008. Inquiries may be directed to the Fellowships hotline at (212) 290-4700 x312, or to fellowship@hrw.org. Please click here for more information.
Faxing Parts of Your Application
Applications must be submitted by e-mail, under a single cover and in PDF format. However, under truly extenuating circumstances and only with prior written approval from us, you may send in an application or part of an application by fax, by the deadline of October 3, 2008. Lateness of an application does not constitute extenuating circumstances. Faxed applications will not be accepted without prior written approval from Human Rights Watch.

The Bernstein Fellowships

The Bernstein Fellowships established in honor of Robert S. Bernstein, founding chair of Human Rights Watch, provide financial support to allow two Yale Law School graduates to pursue full-time international human rights work for one year. (Please note that the Bernstein Fellowships are administered through Yale Law School. Applications for the Bernstein Fellowships should not be sent to Human Rights Watch.)

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Internships at the IAEA (Apply Now)

Practical Experience in an International Environment

The IAEA accepts a limited number of interns each year.

The internships are awarded to persons studying toward a university degree or who have recently received a degree.

The purpose of the programme is:

To provide interns with the opportunity to gain practical work experiences in line with their studies or interests, and expose them to the work of the Agency and the United Nations as a whole;


To benefit the Agency´s programmes through the assistance of qualified students specialized in various professional fields.
The duration of internships is normally not less than three months and not more than one year. However, a minimum of one month is also accepted. Interns are subject to the authority of the Director General and undertake to observe all applicable rules, regulations, instructions and procedures of the Agency.

Internship Fields
Interns are selected from candidates whose study disciplines are relevant to the Agency´s work in the following fields. (Click to see a full list of eligible degrees in each field):

Natural Sciences »
Social Sciences/Humanities »
Engineering »
Information Technology »
Administration and Management »
Hiring Departments
The Office of the Director General, Office of External Relations and Policy Coordination, Office of Internal Oversight Services, Secretariat of the Policy Making Organs, Office of Nuclear Security, and the Department of Safeguards cannot accept interns.

For information on all other Departments, see Hiring Departments »

Current Internship Opportunities
In addition to our year-round open period for internship applications, occasionally a specific internship opportunity in a Division may arise. The list of specific current internships appears here:

No current advertisements.
Eligibility
In order to be eligible for the internship programme, applicants must be at least 18 years of age and have completed at least two years of full-time studies at a university or equivalent institution towards the completion of their first degree. Individuals may apply up to two years after the completion of their bachelor´s, master´s, or doctorate degree. Applications submitted after that time will not be considered.

A working (oral and written) knowledge of English is essential. Knowledge of other official Agency languages is an advantage. Interns should be able to adapt to an international, multicultural, multilingual environment, have good communication skills and be able to work in a team.

Benefits and Entitlements
The Agency does not consider interns to be staff members under the Staff Regulations and Rules, and they, therefore, do not enjoy the guarantees and entitlements provided by those Regulations and Rules. Interns are also not entitled to the privileges and immunities accorded by Member States to staff members of the Agency. The internship programme is not a means for subsequently obtaining employment at the Agency. However, interns may apply for vacancy notices as external candidates after a period of three months following the end of their internship.

At the discretion of the receiving office within the Agency, interns may receive a stipend to cover basic subsistence costs. If an intern requests financial assistance, a written request must be submitted along with the application stating the reasons for the request.

The Agency provides medical insurance for the duration of each internship, unless an intern provides proof that he/she already has appropriate coverage. Under certain conditions, the Agency may pay for an intern´s travel. However, interns are responsible for obtaining the necessary passport, visa or other documents that may be required for entering Austria or any other country where the internship will be performed. In Austria, non-Austrian interns who stay for more than three months will be issued a residency permit from the Austrian Foreign Ministry through the Agency.

Working at the IAEA
Being part of the IAEA´s staff is a unique experience.

For more information, see Working at the IAEA »

How to Apply
All applicants must download the IAEA Personal History Form by clicking here: [PDF version | WORD version]. Applications must be completed and submitted by post, fax or e-mail, accompanied by a cover letter, two signed letters of recommendation, and most recent academic transcript (optional), three to six months prior to the preferred start date of the internship.

Applications should be sent to the Division of Human Resources, IAEA, Wagramer Strasse 5, P.O. Box 100, A-1400 Vienna, Austria. They can also be faxed to [+43-1] 2600-7, or e-mailed to Official.Mail@iaea.org. All applicants will be informed of the outcome of their application in due course. Applicants who do not comply with the aforementioned application guidelines or do not meet the essential requirements for internships, will not be considered.

Related Resources
Hiring Departments
Working at the IAEA
How to Apply
Job Application
Staff Development Centre (SDC)
Resources for Women
Eligible Fields



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