For administrative staff, the first order is usually made for a period of one year. These temporary appointments may then be extended for a maximum of four years, subject to a satisfactory length of service. The most common “regular” staff contracts are term fixed contracts (FTAs). These are the jobs you will find in many parts of the system. The duration of fixed-term contracts (FTAs) is usually a year or two. While free trade agreements do not expect renewal, there will be no limitation and/or interruption of service if the organization decides to extend a free trade agreement. Fixed deadlines mean without anticipation of an extension. Many times (almost always?), when there are ways, however, you are good to leave after the expiration of this contract period. As a general rule, fixed term jobs are very good in terms of job security. Although they are not guaranteed, you should have more than enough time to adjust if something happens. An interesting curiosity for fixed-term contracts is that some of them can be funded by projects.
These contracts then have slightly different terms and advantages. For scientific staff, the first order is usually made for a permanent term of one year. Subsequent appointment shall be subject to satisfactory results and shall be limited to a maximum period of three years. The sum of these temporary appointments (first occupation and renewal) may not normally exceed six years. The UN SALARY depends on: 1) You are, international collaborator or national staff. 2) Types of contracts (short-term contract, fixed-term contract (FTA), temporary appointment (TA) 3) Contract level – contract level. FTA contacts can last between 6 and 12 mounts and less than 6 months. This is mentioned in the vacancy notice.
TA contracts from 3 months to more than a year. This is mentioned in the vacancy notice. As always, local positions are occupied by insermis under the service contract (SC also called SB in some UN agencies) and general service contracts (GS). The average management is made up of national officer (NO) positions. In this category, it gets really chaotic. First of all, there is a very wide variety of contracts, and then the conditions can be very different for these. Some organizations then do not consider consultant contracts as HR contracts and govern them in accordance with the organization`s purchasing rules. . . .