"CEO" JOB VACANCY CANCELLED AND RE-ISSUED AND STILL FALSELY ADVERTISED
UN Human Resources and the Pension Board have cancelled the original falsely advertised vacancy announcement (see links below) only to reissue it with most of the same mis-statements.
The post title has been partially changed: from "Chief Executive Officer (CEO) -- Pension Fund Administrator" to "Chief Executive Officer (CEO - Pension Benefits Administrator".
It still falsely offers a title that includes "CEO" with a five-year contract, and the possibility of an additional five years, despite General Assembly resolution A/73/274 adopted on 23 December 2018, that clearly states neither title will exist less than a year from now - January 2020.
Quote: “ Para. 13. Notes the current dual role of the Chief Executive Officer and Secretary of the Board; and decides to replace the existing post by two distinct and independent positions as “Pension Benefits Administrator” and “Secretary of the Board” no later than January 2020”.
It's corrected the name of the "Office of Investment Management", but still implies that the functions of the post extends to both sides of the Fund, quote: "Overseeing the Pension Fund's operations and managing its staff of over 200."
And it still states (for an ASG-level post) that "A first-level university degree in combination with two additional years of qualifying experience may be accepted in lieu of the advanced university degree.”
CURRENT VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT:
CANCELLED VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT: