UNV will confirm once the UN Volunteer accepts your assignment.
Help your international candidate apply for an entry visa and necessary transit visas.
Brief your UN Volunteer on their new role and responsibilities. Explain what you’ll get up to together and your expectations; you’ll help them feel prepared and keen.
Organize an onboarding buddy to help your volunteer settle in their first weeks. Meanwhile, your team can keep working happily, getting lots done, with fewer distractions.
Explain the opportunities your assignment will offer. From formal training courses to guidance or mentoring, get your volunteer excited about what’s to come.
Help your volunteer imagine your workplace by giving them a heads up on your organizational culture and team.
Mutually agree on the date for entry on duty with the UN Volunteer.
Reassure your volunteer that UNV will pay their airfare, settling in grant and assignment entitlements, prior to travel (if you’re asked)
Provide information on arrival logistics and prepare for the UN Volunteer’s first day
Resources / Information
Process and recruitment timeframe may vary depending on country specific visa formalities.
Contact candidates frequently during recruitment. It reduces the chances of candidates dropping out.
Someone to answer questions on living conditions, what to bring, and help settle-in.
Motivate UN Volunteers with opportunities to learn and apply knowledge and skills at the workplace.
Explain the assignment context. Who will they meet or work with and how best can one work together.
The UNV Volunteer Service Centre will issue the contract accordingly
UN Volunteers will procure and provide confirmed travel itinerary
Web link: Pre-arrival checklist for Host Entity Supervisor