How to apply

Step 1: Interested applicants should submit the United Nations Personal History Form (P11 obtainable at the following web

Step 2: Qualified candidate MUST submit his/her application with all the documents listed in STEP 1 by e-mail to copy to and MUST include only the JO No. in the subject line of their e-mail (e.g. UNSMIL- GS-3-02/2017)

Current Vacancies:

  • Job description:

    • Provide preliminary sketches and cost estimates for materials and services;
    • Carry out fault diagnosis and carry out forward planning on assigned work/projects;
    • Repair and Maintain security barriers;
    • Repair and maintain generators:
    • Ensure spares or materials lists are compiled in good time for work assigned;
    • Installs and maintains the generator wiring, electric motors and machines;
    • Repairs electrical faults in generators, alternators, pumps, electric motors and low voltage switchboards;
    • Installs generator sets complete generating stations;
    • Inspects maintains and repairs generator sets and diesel driven pumps;
    • Overhauls and rebuilds generators;
    • Responsible for the safe and efficient use of tools and specialized equipment;
    • Plan, produce, and assemble new or changed mechanical parts for products, such as security barriers, generators and other engineering equipment;
    • Set up and conduct tests of complete units and components under operational conditions to investigate proposals for improving equipment performance;
    • Coordinate preventive and corrective maintenance and repairs on all the security barriers, generators, Air Conditions system and General Mechanical works;
    • Assess maintenance needs of generators, parts replacement requirements and make appropriate recommendations;
    • Carry out routine checks on generators and air conditioning and equipment, and review performance;
    • Perform other duties related to facilities support as and when required.

    Full job details can be found in the PDF below:

    Application period:
    20 Jan 2019 to 28 Jan 2019
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