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The UA Executive Board is a group of honorary judges in charge of The MUN Hall of Fame.The Ambassadors are entrusted with promoting and managing the Hall of Fame, filtering its candidates and voting on the selection of its finalists. The Ambassadors will cover the globe (every inhabited continent), and work to maintain fairness, transparency, equality and accurate selection of the most deserving finalists in the most high profile and prestigious form of recognition/ award in the world of Model United Nations.
- The Ambassadors
The Ambassadors are a senior group of Model UN veterans, holding prestigious ad advanced honorary positions on theboardof United Ambassadors. This board is a separate part of the organizational structure than the management division. The Ambassadors are responsible for managing the MUN Hall of Fame Project. Their responsibilities include updating, managing and promoting the Hall of Fame, and most importantly,serving as judges of the competition.They would filter applications from their assigned region, and in the middle and final stages of the competition, serve as ts judges voting on the candidates, as finalists are selected.
The UA Central Team is the life force of the organization. Labeled as the "DreamTeam", their invaluable presence and activity ensure the continuation of operations of United Ambassadors. They report directly to the central directors of communications, design, and content (Editor in Chief). This is where your journey with United Ambassadors can begin.
- Content Associates
The content associates division is the source of published content on UA Central Management. These associates get the opportunity to display their expertise and substantive knowledge through how-to MUN skills/ community coverage articles on our website, the MUN resources, the multilingual blog and our flagship monthly newsletter. This team is a critical part of UA Central. Their work is displayed in various sections of the website, and their position is usually a stepping stone to further opportunities with UA or in Model UN.
- Communications Associates
The communications associates division is the most dynamic group on UA Central Management. They serve as official representatives of United Ambassadors worldwide and are responsible for the major part of the organization's external communications, media, marketing, brand development and global coverage. Their primary deliverable is conference/ program recruitment. In this challenging role, they work to ensure UA its projects are well heard of in every corner of the world, making United Ambassadors one of the most global organizations on the international MUN landscape.
- Design Associates
The Design Division is a critical section of the UA-Central Management Team. This associate would be responsible for creating our graphic design content and various forms of multimedia and marketing material to be used across all our channels. This team would work directly with senior management on various internal projects like the newsletter, as well as high profile projects. A challenging and rewarding role that requires MUN knowledge, creativity, and a flare for speaking through design content. The work of the design associates is likely to be featured in our events at the UN and is the most visible contribution noted at United Ambassadors that could greatly help you elevate your portfolio and background experience for future positions in design.
The Management Track is a career development opportunity at UA that offers paid positions in high profile roles with a larger scope of responsibility, different level of accountability, and higher associated benefits and rewards. Managers often become responsible for the organization of a project from a high level, or the management of teams. Various managerial vacancies may become available throughout the year.
- The Administrative Directors
The Administrative Director is a new position listed on the United Ambassadors Management Team. It seeks highly qualified applicants, aged 21-30, to serve as project specific organizational heads (project managers). The Administrative Director is not a part of conference secretariat, they are a part of the organization's (internal) core senior management. They would be responsible for the entire organizational side of project planning, on-site implementation and post-project reporting/ follow-up. The privileges and responsibilities of the Administrative Director are higher than other staffing positions on the same project. This is a rewarding role that requires an advanced array of skills and serves as an ideal career development opportunity for fresh graduates hoping to pursue future opportunities in project management or international organizations.
- Administrative Director of UA-MUNC, UN HQ in Geneva and European Programs
The Administrative Director of UA-MUNC and European Programs would be the core manager in charge of administrative preparation, set-up and on-site execution of the UN4MUN workshop in London 1-3 March 2017 and the United Ambassadors MUN conference in Geneva 12-15 May 2017. This Director would manage hotel arrangements, staff recruitment, logistical setup and official conference communications of both events. He/ she would work with the Academic Director, the founder of UA on both projects.
- Administrative Director of the MUN Academy, Middle East (Abu Dhabi/ Dubai, UAE)
The Administrative Director of the MUN Academy, Middle East would be the core manager in charge of administrative preparation, set-up and on-site execution of the MUN Academy at NYU Abu Dhabi, 1-5 July 2017, the MUN Academy at the Canadian University in Dubai, 8-12 July 2017. This Admin Director would manage the MUN Academy recruitment, university communications, invitation letters, registrations, accommodations management, material printing and delivery, program brochures, support for parents, and the entire logistics planning and execution of this complex project on-site. He'she would recruit the Admin officers, train, prepare and manage their work on-site. The Academic Director and Head of Training (founder of UA) would work side by side this manager on site.
- Administrative Director of MUN Academy, USA (UC Santa Cruz, California)
The Administrative Director of the MUN Academy, USA would be the core manager in charge of administrative preparation, set-up and on-site execution of the MUN Academy at UC Santa Cruz, California USA 19-23 July 2017. This Admin Director would manage the MUN Academy recruitment, university communications, invitation letters, registrations, accommodations management, material printing and delivery, program brochures, support for parents, and the entire logistics planning and execution of this complex project on-site. He'she would recruit the Admin officers, train, prepare and manage their work on-site. The Academic Director would work side by side this manager on site.
- Administrative Director of the MUN Youth Assembly, United Nations Headquarters, NYC
The Administrative Director of the MUN Youth Assembly, United Nations Headquarters, USA would be the core manager in charge of administrative preparation, set-up and on-site execution of the most high profile, flagship conference run by United Ambassadors: The MUN Youth Assembly UN HQ NYC, 25-29 August 2017, and the UN4MUN workshop NYC, 1-3 September 2017. This Admin Director would manage the projects' high-level communications, invitation letters, registrations, accommodations, material printing, production and delivery, program brochures, and the entire logistics planning and execution of this complex project on-site. He/she would recruit part of the secretariat working on this Assembly, and be in close contact with our partners throughout his/her term.
- Director / Assistant Director for Communications - UA Central Communications Division
The Central Director for Communications is the head of the Central Communications Division of UA. He/she is assisted by the Assistant Director for Communications. Both report directly to the founder & CEO of the organization. Both are responsible for managing the organization's communications initiatives while leading the communications team, the representatives of United Ambassadors worldwide. This division manages the major part of the organization's external communications, media, marketing, integrated brand communications campaigns and global coverage. The primary deliverable of this division is conference/ program recruitment to ensure UA its projects are well heard of in every corner of the world, making United Ambassadors one of the most global organizations on the international MUN landscape.Both these management positions are ideal for rising/ aspiring project managers/ brand communications management professionals, as well as students wishing to pursue a career in diplomacy or work at international/ intergovernmental organizations.
- Director for Content/ Editor in Chief - UA Content & Publications Division
The Central Director for Content is the head of the Content & Publications Division of UA. He/she works in tandem with the Editor in Chief. Both report directly to the founder & CEO of the organization. Both are responsible for managing the organization's content, website publications, and the newsletter while leading the content team (writers). This team is a critical part of UA Central, and is responsible for content development, in English and all 6 official UN languages, and on all MUN platforms/ procedures and global community coverage. Their work is displayed in various sections of the website and monthly newsletter. Both these management positions are ideal for rising/ aspiring writers, editors, MUN trainers, as well as students wishing to pursue a career in diplomacy or work at international/ intergovernmental organizations.
We are excited to announce that round 1 of staff applications is now open for UA-MUNC Geneva 2017! This is a valuable and unique opportunity to work in a challenging and rewarding role while organizing a pioneering MUN conference at the United Nations European Headquarters. Open Secretariat positions in round 1 include Secretary-General, Under-Secretaries-General, Council Directors, and Committee Secretaries. Open Management positions include Administrative Director.
The Secretary-General is the chief operating officer and chief of staff who serves as the forefront and official public representative and spokesperson of UA-MUNC to the general public. He/ she leads the UA-MUNC Secretariat team is the primary liaison between UA-Management (the Academic Director and Administrative Director) and the conference secretariat team.
- Under-Secretary-General for General Assembly Affairs and Conference Management
At UA-MUNC, the Under-Secretary-General for General Assembly Affairs and Conference Management is the head of department, who would be responsible for the operational management of academic affairs of the conference. He/she would work directly with the Academic Director to ensure the most accurate simulation of the Real United Nations is implemented, the highest quality material is published by the conference, and the most enriching educational experience is provided to all participants.
- Assistant Secretary-General for General Assembly Affairs and Conference Management
The Assistant Secretary-General for General Assembly Affairs and Conference Management at UA-MUNC will be primarily responsible for conference management operations. As the key logistics manager on the secretariat, from project planning to execution, this ASG would lead DGACM Section B: Conference Management Officers, as the department works to ensure the most successful logistical set-up and staff support needed for meetings to progress successfully. Close cooperation is required between the Secretary-General, Administrative Director & ASG for DGACM, who are all responsible for different levels of conference organization.
- Under-Secretary-General for Communications and Public Information
At UA-MUNC, the Under-Secretary-General for Communications and Public Information is the head of DPI, who directly oversees the conference's delegate recruitment, communications, promotional material, outreach, publications, social media and on-site coverage. He/ she will be responsible for leading the DPI team (Public Information Officers), as they become the voice of the conference to the general public throughout their working experience.
- General Assembly Committee Secretary/ Security Council Director
At UA-MUNC, the General Assembly Committee Secretary and/ or the Security Council Director is part of DGACM section A, working on the operations of academic affairs of the conference to ensure the most accurate simulation of the Real United Nations is implemented, the highest quality material is published by the conference, and the most enriching educational experience is provided to all participants. He/she would report directly to the assigned USG for DGACM while attending regular trainings/ consultations with the Academic Director. The Committee Secretary/ Council Director would be the direct contact point, guide and adviser to the elected Chair/ Vice-Chair (GA officials) and/ or assigned Security Council Presidents, to make up the bureau of their assigned committee/ council, as they are entrusted with leading the committee, moderating formal sessions and facilitating the consensus building process.