Children in the Democratic Republic of Congo participate in a drawing contest. Credit: UNICEF DRC
Children in the Democratic Republic of Congo participate in a drawing contest. Credit: UNICEF DRC

Are you experienced in Appreciative Inquiry and excited about bringing this approach to the work of a leading international organization like UNICEF?

UNICEF DRC is looking for a short-term consultant to promote knowledge management and institutional memory through documentation of best practices and lessons learned, using Appreciate Inquiry (AI).

The AI approach is primarily an organizational development method which focuses on increasing what an organization does well rather than on eliminating what it does badly. Through an inquiry which appreciates the positive and engages all levels of an organization it seeks to renew, develop and build on this. The consultant hired should therefore be familiar with this approach.

Please note that applicants must be fluent in both English and French (written and spoken).

Duty Station: UNICEF DRC, Kinshasa

For full details about the position, click here.

If you meet these requirements and are highly motivated, please send your application in one email (a United Nations Personal History Form (P-11), CV, short cover letter as to why you meet these requirements, writing examples in English and French, and photo samples before the closure date) stating in the subject line “Consultancy – Documentation Appreciative Inquiry” to abijanu(at)unicef.org copy to nmakwala(at)unicef.org.

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