UNICEF Malaysia - United Nation Children's Fund

UNICEF Malaysia - United Nation Children's Fund

Non-Profit Organisation/Social Services/NGO

3.2
3.2258 out of 5
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Ratings by 62 UNICEF Malaysia - United Nation Children's Fund employees

3.2

3.2258 out of 5
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87%
87% rate salary as high or average
53%
53% employees recommend this employer to friends
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Employee reviews

5 out of 55.0
2 years ago

Constitutional Staff Members

Dec 2019

Constitutional Staff Members

Selangor, Malaysia
5 to 6 years in the role, former employee

Great Experience!!

The good things

No stress at all, all staff member support each other. Great environment. Bosses are sporting. Work life balance. Nice office. Good salary increment. No dress code to follow. Can solat in peace full when the time is come, no one stop you or scold at you. Have team building activity which is good for staff release tension. Birthday celebration on everyone. OMG. too many good thing to share. Thanks UNICEF for the great experience. 4 years ++.
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The challenges

No free food. sad.
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4 out of 54.0
5 years ago

Assistant marketing manager

Nov 2016

Assistant marketing manager

I manage firm data in term of employee salary, production stock and supervisor in event.

The good things

Get the new experience and can put myself in professional level.
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The challenges

I not looking for enjoy. I looking for new experience and increase my quality level.
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Company overview

Since 1954, UNICEF has joined forces with the Government and the people of Malaysia to transform the lives of children across the nation. We are proud and happy to know that we have helped achieve improvements in health, nutrition, water and sanitation, formal and informal education as well as welfare services for children in rural and poor urban areas.
However, we are acutely aware that while these advances are significant, there's still a long way to go. Lasting improvements in the social, legal and protective environments provisions for children happen only with irrevocable change in policy based on the best interest of the child.

In our 2011-2015 Country Program, we set about improving the availability of knowledge and data on issues affecting Malaysia's children to build a firm base for policies that could address remaining social gaps. A number of issues were addressed, specifically in the areas of health, education and protection.
For the 2016-2020 Country Program, our priorities are directly in line with the strategic directions of the Eleventh Malaysia Plan (11th MP), which is the key development strategy and planning instrument of the Government of Malaysia.
UNICEF collaborates with Malaysian partners in government, corporations or civil society organisations, and other UN agencies in the country. We are honoured to be part of Malaysia's journey to improve the lives of its children while developing the nation, and achieving the Sustainable Development Goals.
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Why join us?

UNICEF Malaysia in-house fundraising team is a diverse multi cultural group, we are a fun, passionate and driven bunch of people who are more like a family than colleagues. We believe in supporting each other to achieve our common goal which is a better future for every child.
 
We are currently looking to grow in Kuala Lumpur, Penang and Johor Bahru and to expand into other cities across Malaysia and are having a recruitment drive to fill key positions to achieve this.
 
This is a great opportunity to get a start in the not for profit sector with the largest child protection organisation on the planet!
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Location

Kuala Lumpur Operations Wisma E&C, Lorong Dungun, Damansara Heights, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Pulau Pinang Operations Bayan Bay - Near Queensbay Mall

Website

unicef.org

Company Size

51 - 200 Employees

Benefits

Medical, Dental

Dress code

Casual (e.g. T-shirts)

Spoken language

English

Work hours

Regular hours, Mondays - Fridays

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