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Impactpool Career Podcast with Claudia Rodriguez - UN OCHA

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    Impactpool Career Podcast with Claudia Rodriguez - UN OCHA

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    Impactpool Career Podcast with Claudia Rodriguez - UN OCHA by Impactpool Career Podcast by INTALMA
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    Career Podcast - IOM - Jo Rispoli

    47:28

    International Organizartion for Migration (IOM) - Jo Rispoli Chairman of the Global Staff Association Committee
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    Career Podcast - Jo Rispoli, IOM Chairman of Global Staff Association Committee

    10:53

    Learn about what are the policies and regulations rolled out at the IOM to protect, and support their staff.
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    Saman Saidi - Humanitarian Communications Manager at Save the Children.

    11:10

    Saman Saidi is the Humanitarian Communications Manager at Save the Children. Saman has worked with Communication for many years and has extensive humanitarian experience. In this episode, he explains what it was like to save people from drowning in the mediterranean sea, what it is like to constantly be on stand-by to go to an emergency, and why he started to work with Communication in the first place. - I was literally saving peoples lives, picking people up from the water, and seeing and meeting people that are more or less always traumatized when they get onboard. It was definitely a life-changing experience, says Saman Saidi.
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    What´s it like on a vessel in the Mediterranean sea? - Saman Saidi

    11:10

    Saman Saidi is the Humanitarian Communications Manager at Save the Children. Saman has worked with Communication for many years and has extensive humanitarian experience. In this episode, he explains what it was like to save people from drowning in the mediterranean sea, what it is like to constantly be on stand-by to go to an emergency, and why he started to work with Communication in the first place. - I was literally saving peoples lives, picking people up from the water, and seeing and meeting people that are more or less always traumatized when they get onboard. It was definitely a life-changing experience, says Saman Saidi.
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    Making an impact – how to make an impact in Afghanistan? - Sandra Kukla

    4:18

    Sandra Kukla is the Reporting Specialist at the Swedish Committee for Afghanistan in Kabul. Sandra moved from working in the private sector to the field of international development and a job in Afghanistan. In this episode, she explains why and how she made that shift in her career, what she finds as most rewarding about working in the global impact sector, and what it’s like to be a woman working in Afghanistan. - Knowing that you have an immediate impact on the lives of many Afghans, thousands of Afghans are not only rewarding but definitely motivating. So, I really enjoy my work here, says Sandra Kukla.
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    Making an impact – how to achieve zero hunger? - Gerard Rebello

    1:20

    Gerard Rebello is the Head of Supply Chain at WFP in Nigeria. Gerard has worked with logistics for many years and has an extensive humanitarian experience. In this episode, he explains how his work helps people in need to receive food, what it’s like to work with logistics in humanitarian situations, and how he got into that field in the first place. - You might literally have to even have donkeys carry bags because that’s the only way you can get from this point to the people we are serving so you know the reward and the thrill is in the learning to overcome the impossible that kind of keeps you going on a day to day basis, says Gerard Rebello.
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    Making an impact – what does a good CV look like? - Anna Cook

    1:00

    Anna Cook is the Deputy Group Leader – Talent Acquisition at CERN in Geneva. Anna has a longstanding experience in working with human resources and talent acquisition. In this episode, she explains what she looks for when reading CV’s and application letters, which skills she sees as the most needed, and why she went into the field of human resources. - I always had a very keen interest in people and curiosity for them, and for the recruitment function in particular. So, I think it is a very happy chance that I’ve ended up here and I am very grateful for the opportunity, says Anna Cook.
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    Learn directly from a Recruitment Manager at UN Headquarters

    1:59

    Learn directly from a Recruitment Manager’s voice at UN Secretariat how to succeed in your career at UN Secretariat? See to him explaining how he got there himself and what are they looking for in candidates. He told us his best advice for a successful career at the United Nations and much more. Our conversation answers some of the following questions: -What career decision accelerated his career the most? -How he started his UN career? -Did his expectations match the reality? -What are recruiters at UN headquarters looking for in candidates? He told us his best advice for a successful career at the United Nations
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    Making an impact – how to mitigate climate change? - Rana Ghoneim

    22:30

    Rana Ghoneim is the Chief, Energy Systems and Infrastructure Division at UNIDO in Vienna. Rana has a longstanding experience in working with UNIDO and in the energy sector. In this episode, she explains how her work helps mitigate climate change, what it’s like to work in the energy sector, and why she got into that field in the first place. - It’s the fact that I see that we are really making a change in peoples lives because often we go to start a project and there are issues that we have to tackle and be it providing electricity access to communities that don’t have that or be it helping an industry to really gain energy savings and so on, says Rana Ghoneim.

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