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فرص عمل لدى UN Volunteers in Lebanon: مطلوب أخصائيين للمراقبة واعداد التقارير (Monitoring and Reporting Specialist)

قطاع(ات) التدخل: تنمية
آخر مهلة للتقديم: الأربعاء, 26 يونيو 2024
نوع العقد: دوام‬ ‫كامل‬
مدة الوظيفة: 12 months (with possibility of extension)
الراتب: USD 2527.58
نطاق الراتب: بين 2000 و 2500 (دولار أمريكي)
درجة التعليم: ماجستير
تفاصيل درجة التعليم: Master degree or equivalent in monitoring and reporting, international relations and/or related areas.
متطلبات الخبرة: بين 5 سنوات و10 سنوات
اللغة العربية: جيد جداً
اللغة الانكليزية: بطلاقة
اللغة الفرنسية: غير مطلوب
البلد/المدينة: الأردن
 
يتطلب رسالة مع الطلب؟: لا
 
توجيهات التقديم: 

ONLY APPLICATIONS SUBMITTED ONLINE THROUGH THE BELOW LINK WILL BE CONSIDERED.

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البريد الالكتروني للشخص المسؤول: 
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UN Entity: UNWomen

Assignment Context:
Reporting to the Women, Peace and Security Programme Specialist and to the Deputy Representative, the Monitoring and Reporting Specialist will provide support to the Country Office (CO) in incorporating monitoring and reporting into programme formulation as well tracking against Strategic Plan targets and the reporting of results to internal and external audiences with a principal focus on the Women Peace and Security portfolio.

Task description:
Under the direct supervision of the Country Representative or his/her designated mandated representative(s), the Communications Specialist Volunteer will:

1. Provide guidance to the Country Office in incorporating monitoring and reporting into programme formulation:
· Provide quality assurance of program documents through review of results frameworks in order to meet SMART criteria;
· Manage the development of monitoring indicators, monitoring calendars, and field monitoring plans and quality assurance processes; ensure use of relevant evaluation findings, conclusions and recommendations are incorporated to programme formulation;
· Coordinate annual work plan monitoring, reviews and reporting;
· Ensure linkage of Annual Work Plans (AWPs) and corresponding Monitoring, Evaluation and Research (MER) Plans with the UN Women Strategic Plan;
· Provide strategic guidance to partners and the Country Office in developing Performance Monitoring Frameworks (PMFs) and Baseline Surveys;
· Provide advice to country offices in the clearance of donor agreements and Programme Cooperation Agreements;

2. Provide technical guidance to the Country Office and oversee monitoring and tracking of results against country level targets and UN Women Strategic Plan:
· Ensure data collection and analysis from field visits are coordinated and standardized across programmes;
· Monitor data from partners on a quarterly basis and draft regular management briefs to inform decision making;
· Visit partners to support monitoring of results and planning processes;
· Develop and monitor the Country Office Monitoring, Evaluation, and Research Plan.

3. Oversee reporting of results to internal (Senior Management) and external (Executive Board, Donors) audiences
· Coordinate and provide technical guidance to the country office in meeting internal and external reporting requirements and deadlines, including annual reporting process;
· Support the Finalization of donor and programme reports (both narrative and financial);
· Ensure use of relevant evaluation findings, conclusions and recommendations are incorporated into programme reporting;
· Review progress reports submitted by partners and provide feedback to improve quality and timeliness of reporting;
· Ensure the availability (including collecting and maintaining) of data for country, regional and global corporate reports, mid-term reviews, and final evaluations.

4. Provide technical support to the Country Office in the implementation the UN Women Evaluation Policy
· Provide technical support to the implementation of UN Women’s Evaluation plan at the country level;
· Provide guidance to CO programme staff on evaluations;
· Ensure communication between CO and RO regarding Evaluations;
· Represent the country offices in monitoring and evaluation working groups in the context of United Nations Sustainable Development Coordination Framework (UNSDCF).

5. Contribute to knowledge building and capacity building
· Identify and disseminate good practices, lessons and knowledge as identified through programme implementation, monitoring and evaluation activities;
· Develop capacity development tools, including training materials and packages;
· Manage capacity building opportunities of staff and partners in the region in the areas of Results Based Management (RBM), Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E);
· Promote the awareness and understanding of the shared responsibility of M&E among all staff members through communication, training, learning and development activities.

 

6. The incumbent performs other duties within their functional profile as deemed necessary for the efficient functioning of the Office and the Organisation.
Furthermore, UN Volunteers are encouraged to integrate the UN Volunteers programme mandate within their assignment and promote voluntary action through engagement with communities in the course of their work. As such, UN Volunteers should dedicate a part of their working time to some of the following suggested activities:
• Strengthen their knowledge and understanding of the concept of volunteerism by reading relevant UNV and external publications and take active part in UNV activities (for instance in events that mark International Volunteer Day);
• Be acquainted with and build on traditional and/or local forms of volunteerism in the host country;
• Provide annual and end of assignment self- reports on UN Volunteer actions, results and opportunities.
• Contribute articles/write-ups on field experiences and submit them for UNV publications/websites, newsletters, press releases, etc.;
• Assist with the UNV Buddy Programme for newly-arrived UN Volunteers;
• Promote or advise local groups in the use of online volunteering, or encourage relevant local individuals and organizations to use the UNV Online Volunteering service whenever technically possible.

Required experience
5 years of experience in monitoring and reporting of development projects/ programmes is required. at the national or international level.
• Experience in the United Nations systems in desirable.
• Field experience is desirable.
• Experience in the usage of computers and office software packages (MS Word, Excel, etc.) and spreadsheet and database packages, experience in handling of web-based management systems is required.
• Demonstrated interest in gender equality and women’s empowerment is an asset;

 

Languages
English, Level: Fluent, Required
Arabic, Level: Working knowledge, Desirable

Inclusivity statement:
United Nations Volunteers is an equal opportunity programme that welcomes applications from qualified professionals. We are committed to achieving diversity in terms of gender, care protected characteristics. As part of their adherence to the values of UNV, all UN Volunteers commit themselves to combat any form of discrimination, and to promoting respect for human rights and individual dignity, without distinction of a person’s race, sex, gender identity, religion, nationality, ethnic origin, sexual orientation, disability, pregnancy, age, language, social origin or other status.

Note on Covid-19 vaccination requirements
Selected candidates for certain occupational groups may be subject to inoculation (vaccination) requirements, including against SARS-CoV-2 (Covid-19) in line with the applicable host entity policy

Living conditions and remarks
Location: The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan is located in the Middle East. Bound by Syria to the north, Iraq to the northeast, Saudi Arabia to the east and south, Red Sea to the south and Israel and the Palestinian National Authority to the west.

Weather: Jordan’s climate can be classified as semi-arid (Bsh) on the Koeppen-Geiger classification. It features a hot, dry climate characterized by long, hot, dry summers and short, cool winters. The climate is influenced by Jordan's location between the subtropical aridity of the Arabian desert areas and the subtropical humidity of the eastern Mediterranean area. January is the coldest month, with temperatures from 5°C to 10°C, and August is the hottest month at 20°C to 35°C. Daily temperatures can be quite hot, especially in the summer; on some days it can be 40°C or more, especially when a hot, dry southerly wind blows. Such winds can sometimes be very strong and can cause sandstorms.
About 70 percent of the average rainfall in the country falls between November and March; June through August are often rainless. Rainfall varies from season to season and from year to year. Precipitation is often concentrated in violent storms, causing erosion and
local flooding, especially in the winter months.

Safety and Security: Jordan is a relatively stable country. The potentials for internal or external armed conflict are considered very unlikely in the current political environment. Peaceful demonstrations, and sometimes road blockages, do occur in Jordan, motivated by domestic factors such as unemployment, deprivation of resources and development or for regional issues such as solidarity with the Palestinian cause or with the Syrian crises. Most of these events are driven by civil society unions and Islamic parties. Domestic tribal civil unrest sometimes turns violent, especially outside main cities, due to tribal disputes or socio-economic reasons. In all occasions law enforcement agencies usually manage to contain the situation rapidly.

Road traffic accidents are the primary threat against UN personnel in Jordan. Poor road conditions and bad driving behaviours are the main reasons for the high rate of traffic accidents.

Amman is a category A duty station with security level 1.

Transportation: Taxis are abundant and readily available in Amman, though UN staff more frequently utilize Uber or Careem in recent years owing to convenience of the services. Public minibuses are the most common form of public transport for Jordanians. They normally only leave when full, so waiting times of an hour or more are inevitable, especially in rural areas. The larger air-con buses offer a speedy and reliable service, departing according to a fixed schedule.

Health Services: Medical facilities are generally very good, particularly in Amman where there are several modern, well-equipped public and private hospitals. Almost all doctors (and most pharmacists) speak English; many have studied abroad.

Language: The official language of Jordan is Arabic, but English is widely spoken – especially in the cities. Many Jordanians have travelled or have been educated abroad so French, German, Italian and Spanish are also spoken, but to a lesser extent.

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