Fraud Monitor

Fraud Item: fraud / escroc / estafa:, Elena Belletti,

Fraudulent message

Kindly be informed that the UN Civil Society Network(UN-CSONET) is only looking for passionate change makers to contribute to our mission to help
the United Nations drive global progress.

Therefore, as part of this eHiring process, applicants are to go through an online job e-interview as this is used to evaluate and appraise the
individual based on qualification and work experience.

Find attached an online interview questionnaire in both PDF and WORD version and you are to respond to all questions as it relates to career challenges and workplace experience in various work capacities at different organizational levels as well as your future aspirations in improving on these challenges.

You are to use the version that suits you for your responses.

However,If you are unable to print/type on .pdf or WORD files, you may return your answers in any preferred readable file format such as NOTEPAD,EMAIL RESPONSES etc.

Available duty stations for these advertised positions are as follows:

Hong Kong
New York

Kindly note that you may be posted to any of these aforementioned duty stations where your services are needed if you are successful.

All your answers and responses to the questionnaire MUST be TYPED and signed appropriately.

The deadline for the submission of requested documents is five (5) workdays from the receipt of this mail as recruitment is scheduled to commence soon.

To further enhance your chances, you are advised to supply documentary evidence that supports your statements. Copies of your Certificates, Research Works, Current Employment Letter are good examples.

Kindly acknowledge receipt.
Yours Faithfully,
Ms Elena Belletti
Capacity Development Unit, United Nations Civil Society Network(UNCSONet)
Office for ECOSOC Support and Coordination (OESC)


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