Donor countries are invited to contact JPO@unops.org for more information. We bring the highest international standards to what we do, while respecting local contexts. We do so by calling ourselves a contribution to the fight against the enormous challenges of the twenty-first century. Individual Contract Holders (AICs) are an essential resource for UNOPS and its partners. There are three types of ICA, depending on the scope of the functions and the workplace: ICA International, ICA field specialist and ICA local assistance. Depending on institutional needs, availability of resources and satisfactory execution of the individual, individual contractors may work for UNOPS on short-term contracts (up to one hour or at least three months) or with long-term full-time contracts with no specific deadline. Individual Enterprise Agreement Holders (CIMs) are a key resource for UNOPS and its partners. There are three types of ICA, depending on the scope of functions and the workplace: international ICA, local ICA specialist and local ICA support. Subject to organizational needs, availability of resources and satisfactory performance of individuals, CIMs have the opportunity to work for UNOPS for a short period of time (1 hour to 3 months) or longer term through a full-time agreement with no predetermined deadline.
ICAO International fees are competitive and are determined based on different factors in the pay margins set for each level. The calculation of the base salary must take into account the amount of the contract and the current market interest rate for similar positions, as well as the cost of living and the difficult living conditions of the destinations. Aspects such as degree of specialisation, complexity of tasks, education or experience may also be taken into account at levels above the minimum required. Los honorarios se negocian directamente con el contratista individual y se tienen en cuenta dichos factores dentro de los rangos de remuneración aplicables a cada nivel. Remuneration of local ICIs The ICA`s local tariffs reflect market prices and the best conditions found on site for work of similar quality and complexity. Fees vary from country to country and take into account the availability of a local workforce with the necessary skills and competencies. Local CIIs with contracts of three months or more are entitled to additional benefits such as training, an attractive health insurance plan (including life insurance and disability benefits), the Provident Fund, paid annual leave, and paid maternity and sick leave. . . .