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    Business Development Specialist II, Ghana & Liberia

    Job Title: Business Development Specialist II, Ghana and Liberia

    Department/Location: Tamale, Ghana

    Position Type: Regular/Full time; Accompanied

    FLSA: Exempt

    Band: D

    Reports To: Regional Business Development Manager with matrixed oversight from Ghana & Liberia Country Representatives.

    About CRS

    Catholic Relief Services (CRS) carries out the commitment of the Bishops of the United States to assist the poor and vulnerable overseas. Our Catholic identity is at the heart of our mission and operations. We welcome as a part of our staff and as partners people of all faiths and secular traditions who share our values and our commitment to serving those in need.


    Catholic Relief Services began working in Ghana in 1958. For more than fifty years, CRS Ghana has enjoyed a tradition of cooperation and partnership with the Catholic Church and Government Ministries.

    Over the years, CRS’ operations have evolved from relief to social development by improving health status, advancing the quality of and access to basic education, social justice, global solidarity and the enhancement of food security in Ghana.

    CRS employs an integrated approach to help poor and vulnerable people lead full and productive lives with a focus on our signature areas of agricultural livelihoods, health and emergency response and recovery.

    We plan and coordinate programs in the country’s 19 Dioceses and one Vicariate, bringing public- and private-sector actors together for community-based development. CRS implements programs through partnerships with a variety of stakeholders, including the Government of Ghana, local NGOs, international NGOs, churches, and public and private sector partners. Our current work in Ghana focuses on: agriculture and livelihoods (including SILC); health (including WASH, MCH and HSS); and youth engagement.

    CRS first began working in Liberia in 1957, with a permanent country program office opening in 1990. During the ensuing 14+ years of conflict and war, CRS was one of the few agencies to maintain a constant presence in the country, providing life-saving humanitarian assistance to tens of thousands of people. With the establishment of peace, CRS and partners focused increasingly on reconstruction and development activities, working in health, agriculture, livelihoods, peace and justice, and micro-savings.

    With the onset of the Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) outbreak, CRS Liberia began working with our local health partners to ensure access to safe health care, support EVD triage and isolation and carry out EVD related community outreach and hygiene promotion activities. In addition, CRS continues to support immunization programming through support to a local platform of civil society organizations.

    The Business Development Specialist will operate as a member of both CRS’ West Africa team and CRS’ global BD community, providing direct support to strategic growth opportunities as well as helping to strengthen BD-related systems, processes, relationships and staff capacities in Ghana and Liberia.

    This is an exciting and dynamic post for an experienced Business Development professional with the drive to represent and lead CRS programming transformation and growth.

    Primary Function

    The BD Specialist will maintain CRS’ competitive positioning for and pursuit of institutional donor resources, with an emphasis on competitive funding mechanisms, through representation and leadership in both countries.

    He/she will define, monitor and update the business pipeline and ensure that CRS is best positioned to pursue relevant opportunities. With a core function of identifying opportunities and leading the production of high quality applications for donor funding, this position will provide specialized assistance across the BD cycle:

  • providing guidance and leadership for strategic growth planning
  • leveraging CRS’ competitive position and program results to attract new funding
  • managing functional teams to identify and capture funding opportunities
  • incorporating best practices into growth-related business processes and proposals
  • building relationships with current and prospective donors
  • developing/managing strategic alliances and/or coalitions with other organizations
  • monitoring donor trends, including corporate and other non-traditional sources
  • The BD Specialist will train and mentor staff to improve their skills in proposal development, representation to donor and partner organizations, intelligence-gathering, and marketing, including the production of well-developed, polished English marketing materials for external donors. He/she will support CRS with marketing events, communication pieces for stakeholders in coordination with the CR, HOPs and Program Managers, to enhance visibility and serve external information needs.

    Other roles include: working closely with the Regional BD Manager and other BD colleagues around the region on planning, intelligence gathering, sharing lessons learned, and pursuing opportunities; ensuring that high-quality studies, research components, and documenting of innovations are completed and presented to donors and other interested audiences; ensuring reports and responses to donors are of high quality, in the correct format and responding to donor requirements; and managing the project development budget.

    Job Responsibilities


  • Develop and maintain key relationships with donors, collaborating organizations, and private sector actors with an eye toward opportunity identification, shared value creation, strategic alliance formation, and global brand positioning.
  • Research, analyze and plan for new funding opportunities, competitive intelligence, and CRS’ competitive positioning on a continuous basis within the marketplace in a timely manner. Support effective internal communication and information management processes to ensure access and use of BD information by relevant stakeholders within the agency, including maintaining an up-to-date opportunities matrix.
  • Work with the Regional BDM, CRs, and HOPs to identify international partners and negotiate CRS’ role on proposal consortia, ensuring a competitive position for CRS that adheres to the agency’s partnership principles and strategic directions.
  • Foster a culture of business development within the country program by contributing to the development and dissemination of standardized BD materials (learning resources, guidelines, tools and templates, and online information) and build capacity of country program staff on their application, through staff mentorship, modeling of good practices, and training.
  • Lead the country programs’ functional teams to develop appropriate and effective fundraising and positioning strategies involving donor research and intelligence, product development, marketing, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship, as needed.
  • Lead the country programs’ opportunity pipeline tracking and analysis, including portfolio trends, proposal submissions and performance, and growth projections.
  • Capture Planning and Proposal and Concept Note Development
  • Provide BD skill and capacity to guide and/or lead teams in opportunity analysis, capture planning, proposal preparation (includes proposal development budget, human resource needs, proposal development timeline, coordination with the Region and HQ, partner management, etc.), proposal development, proposal review, and after action review.
  • Lead the country teams to manage proposal processes, often as the Proposal Coordinator or Lead Writer, to ensure timely submission of high quality proposals that are responsive to and compliant with donor requirements and with CRS technical application and cost application standards. This includes coordinating review timelines with Regional and
  • Headquarters’-based staff, support personnel recruitment, budget development, non-technical proposal writing, and/or editing/packaging as part of proposal team.
  • Provide internal reviews of technical and cost applications prepared by other staff, reviewing for clarity, responsiveness, presentation, and compliance, in coordination with the HOP and Finance Officer.
  • Documentation of results, reporting and marketing
  • Work with relevant staff to leverage CRS’ programmatic and operational results for marketing, positioning, and direct fundraising purposes, including maintaining data on past performance and agency capacity, publications and dissemination, and donor visits.
  • Participate in quarterly program reviews and evaluations to ensure systematic documentation of program best practices and lessons learned by program staff, maintain a centralized system with access by all staff and disseminate as appropriate.
  • Conceptualize and oversee the production of appropriate marketing materials for the CRS portfolio in collaboration with programming and administrative staff. This is likely to include the Annual Report for local Bishops and other interested parties, project fact sheets, sectoral and/or geographic focus brochures, past performance documentation, and others.
  • In collaboration with the Heads of Programs, establish effective systems to ensure timely reporting to donors, support other program staff in understanding funder requirements and ensure reports themselves are in the correct format, and edit sections of reports as needed. Shared services
  • Provide specialized expertise in select areas of the BD cycle, priority program sectors and funding sources, and/or relevant cross-cutting skill sets, as a member of CRS’ global pool of BD talent. Contribute effectively to global strategic initiatives through a shared services structure.
  • Note: This is not an exhaustive list of responsibilities, as he/she may be asked to undertake additional tasks as necessary.

    Agency-wide Competencies (for all CRS Staff)

    These are rooted in the mission, values, and guiding principles of CRS and used by each staff member to fulfill his or her responsibilities and achieve the desired results.

    • Serves with integrity

    • Models stewardship

    • Cultivates constructive relationships

    • Promotes learning

    Key Working Relationships

    Internal: Ghana and Liberia Country Representatives, Heads of Programs, Finance Managers; Regional Business Development Manager; Regional Technical Advisors in MEAL, Agriculture, WASH, and Health; Regional Program Quality Director; HQ based Business Development, Marketing and Communications, Overseas Finance, and Private Fundraising staff.

    External: Donor agencies; government ministries; Church partners; UN Agencies; private sector entities; partner representatives and local/international NGO offices; and other stakeholders as appropriate.

    Personal Skills

    • Experience and proven track record of successful proposal development with USG and other donor agencies;

    • Strong analytical and information management skills;

    • Excellent oral and written communication in English;

    • Self-motivated, with strong interpersonal, networking, and representation skills;

    • Strong team leadership, process facilitation, and time management skills;

    • Service-oriented attitude and approach;

    • Commitment to working successfully within a geographically dispersed, cross-disciplinary team structure.

    Qualifications and Experience Required

  • Master's degree in business management, international development, or related field.
  • Minimum five years international development
  • Development experience, including at least three years of work in a developing country.
  • Significant experience developing successful proposals required; comprehensive experience with USAID technical and cost applications highly desirable.
  • Experience pursuing USAID RFPs, non-USG funding mechanisms, and opportunities to create shared value cross-sector, e.g. in public-private partnerships highly desirable.
  • Demonstrated experience utilizing diverse, proactive strategies to competitively position his/her organization for new funding and productive institutional relationships.
  • Demonstrated experience leading teams and managing people and processes to produce complex proposals under tight deadlines and at exceptional quality.
  • Experience building the capacity of, and providing effective technical assistance and guidance to, peers and colleagues required; knowledge of instructional design, and adult learning principles and/or direct training experience.
  • Experience with Salesforce or other CRM software, highly desirable.
  • Experience with CRS programming approaches, standards and tools preferred;
  • Excellent interpersonal, oral and written communication and negotiation skills.
  • Strong computer skills: Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint; Microsoft Publisher preferred.
  • English Fluency required;
  • Physical Requirements/Environment: The position is based in Tamale, Ghana with travel to Liberia

    Disclaimer Clause: This job description is not an exhaustive list of the skill, effort, duties, and responsibilities associated with the position.

    CRS’ talent acquisition procedures reflect our commitment to protecting children and vulnerable adults from abuse and exploitation.


    How to apply:

    Apply online:

    Grants Manager

    The West Africa Food Markets Programme (WAFM) is a five-year DIFD-funded initiative implemented by the Palladium Group, leading a consortium including KPMG and Saana Consulting.

    WAFM aims for growth in supply of staple foods, particularly cereals, and in the purchasing power of farmers in food-insecure Sahelian countries, strengthening resilience against periodic food-deficit shocks and contributing to prosperity, stability and security.

    This is to be achieved via increased food production (yield increases and/or reduction in post-harvest losses) and cross-border trade along the Ghana-Burkina Faso and Niger-Nigeria trade corridors, thereby lowering seasonal price volatility in selected food markets. The programme is made up of two components, a Policy Facility and a Challenge Fund.

    1 Challenge Fund (CF): The CF incentivises businesses to pilot and scale pro-poor innovative activities to increase staple food and cereals production, processing and marketing, targeting and facilitating cross-border trade.

    This focuses on production and trade in cassava, maize, millet and sorghum. 2 Policy Facility (PF): The PF supports interventions resulting in tangible gains in outreach, production and sales of smallholders, traders and processors via medium-term changes (attainable in 1-2 years) in policies, regulations, administrative directives and practices affecting the rules & institutions that promote cross-border trade in targeted cereals and associated processed food products and other products (HQCF, starch etc.)

    The Grants Manager will manage the day-to-day operations of grant funds including contracting of grantees, funds disbursements, mobilisation of consultants and completion of all field assessment visit and regular reporting.

    The Grants Manager is a technical staff on the Challenge Fund. The role requires the incumbent to possess strong competencies in analysis, data management, finance and administration, business processes, organisational and events management, agribusiness and agribusiness financing, grant making processes and project delivery mechanisms. WAFM Programme is looking for an experienced Grants Manager who will be responsible for the following:

  • Assist in the development of fund operational processes and manage a robust and transparent grants procedure.
  • Undertake pre-grant capacity assessments of potential grant recipients and make recommendations for disbursement of funds
  • Conduct due diligence or assessment of financial and administrative capacity of grantees
  • Review grant recipients work plans and budgets and facilitate the contracting process
  • Conduct site/monitoring visits which may include data verification exercises to ensure the quality of programme results
  • Conduct relevant training and coaching of grantees to enhance their capacity in areas crucial to the success of the grant management
  • Contribute to efforts in meeting donor reporting requirements as well as reporting
  • Review periodic narrative and financial reports, as well as disbursement requests from grant recipients
  • Track and document fund disbursement and estimated future spending.
  • Manage day-to-day operations of grant funds
  • Lead a fraud mitigation strategy and risk management

    Qualification and experience

  • University degree in either management, finance, accounting, auditing, financial management or other related field
  • Minimum 7 years' experience in project management, at least 5 of which are specifically focused on challenge funds, grants, contracts and/or compliance
  • Knowledge of agriculture and agribusiness related funds' grant processes, including accounting and financial reporting
  • Experience in setting up grant management systems and processes, including interacting with a variety of stakeholders.
  • Experience of working with donors in development programmes would be an advantage
  • Experience in fraud and risk management
  • Proficient in both written and spoken English. Good knowledge of French is highly regarded.

    Skills and desired competencies

  • Good communication (written and verbal),numeracy, presentation and analytical skills
  • IT proficiency especially Microsoft Office especially Word and Excel
  • An eye for detail
  • Team player with leadership capability
  • Excellent coordination and planning skill

    How to apply:

    Please follow this link to apply:

    Project Manager

    Position Title : Project Manager

    Duty Station : Accra, Ghana

    Classification : Professional Staff, Grade P3

    Type of Appointment : Fixed term, one year with possibility of extension

    Estimated Start Date : As soon as possible

    Closing Date : 19 January 2017

    Established in 1951, IOM is the leading inter-governmental organization in the field of migration and works closely with governmental, intergovernmental and non-governmental partners. IOM is dedicated to promoting humane and orderly migration for the benefit of all. It does so by providing services and advice to governments and migrants.

    IOM is committed to a diverse and inclusive environment. Applications from qualified female candidates are especially encouraged. For the purpose of the vacancy, the following candidates are considered as first-tier candidates:

    1. Internal candidates

    2. Qualified applicants from the following NMS countries:

    Antigua and Barbuda, Benin, Bahamas, Botswana, Belize, Congo, Cabo Verde, Djibouti, Micronesia (Federated States of), Gabon, Gambia, Guyana, Iceland, Cambodia, Comoros, Lesotho, Luxembourg, Libya, Montenegro, Marshall Islands, Mongolia, Mauritania, Maldives, Namibia, Nauru, Papua New Guinea, Paraguay, Seychelles, Slovenia, Suriname, El Salvador, Swaziland, Timor-Leste, Trinidad and Tobago, United Republic of Tanzania, Holy See, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Venezuela (Bolivarian Republic of), Vanuatu, Samoa


    Under the overall supervision of the Chief of Mission, and in close coordination with the Regional Unit for Reintegration in West and Central Africa, the successful candidate will be responsible for managing the EC-funded project in Ghana.

    Core Functions / Responsibilities:

  • Manage the project’s implementation in a timely manner, overseeing its financial, administrative and technical aspects, in line with IOM’s policies and procedures, as well as donor requirements.
  • Ensure proper coordination in the Region with other projects funded within the framework of the European Union Trust Fund in terms of reintegration approach, monitoring and evaluation, reporting, data collection and information elaboration.
  • Monitor project progress, specifically aimed at increasing effectiveness and recommending appropriate action.
  • Supervise all staff assigned to the project, as well as consultants recruited to support and/or undertake specific activities.
  • Establish and maintain strong partnerships with Government entities and with the European Delegation, other implementing partners, UN agencies and other stakeholders in the project’s target countries.
  • Prepare progress and other reports and ensure proper information exchange on all operational aspects of the project between IOM, the EU and other stakeholders.
  • Act as IOM national focal point for return/repatriation and reintegration and manage associated projects, upon request.
  • Identify new project possibilities in the country on AVRR, in relation to expressed governmental needs, donors’ priorities and in line with IOM’s mandate and strategy.
  • Represent IOM at relevant seminars and meetings, as well as other events aimed at promoting IOM’s image and activities.
  • Undertake site visits and duty travel as required.
  • Perform such other duties as may be assigned.

    Required Qualifications and Experience:


    • Master’s degree in Political or Social Sciences, Law, International Relations or a related field from an accredited academic institution with five years of relevant professional experience; or

    • University degree in the above fields with seven years of relevant professional experience.


    • Experience in project management, including managing Migrant Assistance and Return/Reintegration projects with a Government or UN agency, or a regional or international organization;

    • Experience implementing similar projects in the Middle East and/or North Africa, and/or reintegration projects in Sub-Saharan countries is preferred;

    • Proven ability to establish and maintain strong working relations with relevant Government counterparts, international organizations and private sector entities.


    Fluency in English and French is required.

    Desirable Competencies:


    • Accountability – takes responsibility for action and manages constructive criticisms;

    • Client Orientation – works effectively well with client and stakeholders;

    • Continuous Learning – promotes continuous learning for self and others;

    • Communication – listens and communicates clearly, adapting delivery to the audience;

    • Creativity and Initiative – actively seeks new ways of improving programmes or services;

    • Leadership and Negotiation – develops effective partnerships with internal and external stakeholders;

    • Performance Management – identify ways and implement actions to improve performance of self and others;

    • Planning and Organizing - plans work, anticipates risks, and sets goals within area of responsibility;

    • Professionalism - displays mastery of subject matter;

    • Teamwork – contributes to a collegial team environment; incorporates gender related needs, perspectives, concerns and promotes equal gender participation;

    • Technological Awareness - displays awareness of relevant technological solutions;

    • Resource Mobilization - works with internal and external stakeholders to meet resource needs of IOM.


    Internationally recruited professional staff are required to be mobile.

    Any offer made to the candidate in relation to this vacancy notice is subject to funding confirmation.

    Appointment will be subject to certification that the candidate is medically fit for appointment, accreditation, any residency or visa requirements, and security clearances.

    How to apply:

    Interested candidates are invited to submit their applications via PRISM, IOM e-Recruitment system, by 19 January 2017 at the latest, referring to this advertisement.

    For further information, please refer to:

    In order for an application to be considered valid, IOM only accepts online profiles duly completed.

    Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. You can track the progress of your application on your personal application page in the IOM e-recruitment system.

    Posting period:

    From 06.01.2017 to 19.01.2017

    Requisition: VN 2017/06 (P) - Project Manager (P3) - Accra, Ghana (54931962) Released

    Posting: Posting NC54931973 (54931973) Released

    Monitoring & Evaluation Specialist, P-3, Accra, Ghana, #63181

    If you are a committed, creative professional and are passionate about making a lasting difference for children, the world's leading children's rights organization would like to hear from you.

    For 70 years, the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) has been working on the ground in 190 countries and territories to promote children's survival, protection and development. The world's largest provider of vaccines for developing countries, UNICEF supports child health and nutrition, good water and sanitation, quality basic education for all boys and girls, and the protection of children from violence, exploitation, and AIDS. UNICEF is funded entirely by the voluntary contributions of individuals, businesses, foundations and governments.

    Purpose of the Position

    Within the context of UNICEF Accra, Ghana's country office (CO), the incumbent of the post will ensurethat the CO has useful, valid and reliable information on:

  • the situation of children's and women's rights;
  • the performance of UNICEF-supported programmes including their relevance, efficiency,
  • effectiveness, and sustainability, and in emergency contexts, their coverage, coordination and coherence.
  • The incumbent of the post will lead UNICEF Ghana's M&E unit and work with the UN country team to support UNCT goals for delivering valid and reliable information on the attainment of the MDGs and other goals, and on the performance of UN-supported programmes.

    The incumbent of the post will also assist with the establishment of monitoring and evaluation tools which enhance partnership between the UNCT, government and other key players to collectively track progress on MDGs and other international commitment for children.

    The incumbent will also assist with the development of national capacities for monitoring, evaluation and research, with special attention to the interest, concern and participation of government, community, and civil society stakeholders.

    Key Accountabilities, Duties, & Tasks1.

    Integrated Monitoring, Evaluation, & ResearchEnsure that the Country Office and national partners use a well-prioritised and realistic plan of research, monitoring and evaluation activities that will provide the most relevant and strategic information to manage the Country Programme, including tracking and assessing UNICEF's distinct contribution.

  • Make professional contributions to and provide technical assistance for the planning and establishing the major research, monitoring and evaluation objectives, priorities, and activities in UNICEF's multi-year and annual IMEPs, in consultation with child-rights and implementing partners.
  • Likewise, support the development of UNDAF M&E Plans from a sound results-based programming process.
  • Identify the M&E objectives, priorities, and activities required for effective CO and partner Emergency Preparedness and Response Plans.
  • In humanitarian response situations, within the first month, draft and recommend a simple one-month data-collection plan to cover key data gaps as required for the initial emergency response, working in close collaboration with the humanitarian clusters partners.
  • After the initial humanitarian response, support management of the medium-term response with a revised IMEP

    2. Situation Monitoring and AssessmentEnsure that the Country Office and national partners have timely and accurate measurement of change in conditions in the country or region, including monitoring of socio-economic trends and the country's wider policy, economic or institutional context, to facilitate planning and to draw conclusions about the impact of programmes or policies.

  • In coordination with other stakeholders, support the collection of Millennium Development Goal (MDG) and other key social development indicators (through MICS or other surveys) to improve national planning.
  • Support partners in the establishment and management of national statistical databases (e.g., DevInfo), ensuring that key indicators are readily accessible by key stakeholders.
  • Potential uses include the Situation Analysis, Common Country Assessment, Early Warning
  • Monitoring Systems, and Mid-Term Reviews.
  • Develop a collectively Situation Monitoring and Assessment system owned by all key partners which supports the preparation of country level statistical and analytic reports on the status of children's and women's rights issues; and which allow, when opportunities emerge to influence developmental and social policies. To include technical support to global reporting obligations including national reports on progress toward the MDGs, and toward CRC and CEDAW fulfilment.
  • In humanitarian response situations, provide professional support for one or more rapid assessments (inter-agency or independently if necessary) to be carried out within the first 48-72 hours, working in close collaboration with the humanitarian partners.

    3. Programme Performance Monitoring

  • Ensure that the Country Office has quality information to assess progress towards expected results established in annual work plans.
  • Provide technical support to ensure that a set of programme performance indicators are identified and adjusted as necessary, with inputs of all concerned partners in the context of the multi-year and annual IMEPs, the Annual Management Plan and Annual Work Plans, as outlined in the Programme Policy and Procedures Manual).
  • Coordinate with partners to ensure that monitoring systems are properly designed, and that data collection and analysis from field visits are coordinated and standardised across programmes to feed into to programme performance monitoring, with special attention to humanitarian response.
  • Drawing on monitoring and analysis of key program performance and management indicators, provide professional input to management reports, including relevant sections of the annual reports.

    4. Evaluation

  • Ensure that UNICEF-supported evaluations are designed and implemented to established UN quality standards, and the results are disseminated in a timely fashion to stakeholders in order to improve programme performance and contribute to wider learning.
  • Technically support programme partners to formulate Terms of Reference and evaluation designs of high quality, when relevant drawing on the know-how of knowledge institutions, in compliance with the organization's programme evaluation policies and guidelines.
  • Monitor and ensure the quality of the field work and data management during the implementation phase, and the quality of the analysis and ease of understanding during the report writing phase.
  • Disseminate evaluation findings and recommendations to the intended audiences in user-friendly methods. In particular, to ensure that effective participatory feedback is provided to community and civil society stakeholders.
  • Monitor and ensure that a management response to the findings and recommendations of the evaluation is completed, recorded, and followed up for implementation.
  • Most specifically, ensure that evaluation recommendations are submitted to the Country Management Team and follow-up actions recorded in CMT minutes. Submit electronic copies of all evaluations to NYHQ via the Evaluation Data Base web portal, with full accompanying documentation.

    5. Monitoring & Evaluation Capacity Building

  • Ensure that the monitoring and evaluation capacities of Country Office staff and national partners government and civil society – are strengthened enabling them to increasingly engage in and lead monitoring and evaluation processes.
  • Promote awareness and understanding of the shared responsibility of M& E function among all staff members through communication, training, learning and development activities organization-wide.
  • In close collaboration with partners, ensure that an M&E capacity building strategy for UNICEF/UN staff national partners and institutions exists in the context of the IMEP, or UNDAF M&E plan. Pay particular attention so the capacity needs of national partners such as professional evaluation associations will be strengthened by involvement in evaluation processes and possibly through specific capacity building initiatives.
  • Collaborate to implement capacity building strategies as a joint commitment with other developmental partners. Utilize a range of appropriate skills building strategies including self-learning, seminars and workshops and practical experience in order that UNICEF and UN staff have the basic knowledge and skills in understanding and applying new M&E policies, tools, and methods to fulfil their responsibilities. Similarly, design and implement strategies suited to the skills needs of national partners.
  • Actively seek partnerships with knowledge institutions for the identification of capacity gaps and development of strategies to address them.

    6. Coordination and Networking

  • Ensure that the UNICEF office is effectively linked to wider UNICEF M&E developments in a way that both contributes to and benefits from organizational learning on effective M&E management.
  • Collaborate with Regional M&E Advisers and HQ Evaluation Office for overall coordination of priority research, monitoring and evaluation activities, especially those of regional scope requiring the coordinated effort of multiple countries.
  • Partner with the Regional Monitoring and Evaluation Adviser to ensure that current and accurate M&E data and results are included in regional reports, multi-country studies, and knowledge sharing networks.
  • Undertake lessons-learned reviews on successful and unsuccessful M&E practices and experience at the national level, and ensure they are shared as appropriate. Similarly, pay attention to M&E knowledge networks to identify innovations and lessons learned that may be relevant for the CO and partners to improve their M&E function.

    Qualifications of Successful Candidate

  • An advanced university degree (Master's) in Social Sciences, Demography, Development, Planning, Monitoring, Evaluation, Statistics or related field(s) is required.*
  • A minimum of five (5) years of relevant experience in designing, managing and leading, programme monitoring and evaluation is required.
  • Previous knowledge and experience in data analysis and dissemination, evaluation design and quality assurance, supporting national M&E systems, and use of quantitative/qualitative/mixed methods is highly desirable.
  • Familiarity of emerging international good practice in M&E partnerships is desirable.
  • Knowledge of UNICEF strategic framework for partnerships and collaborative relationships is desirable.
  • Previous work experience in an emergency duty station and/or humanitarian context is considered an asset.
  • Fluency in English (written & verbal) is required. Knowledge of an additional UN Language (Arabic, Chinese, French, Russian, Spanish) is considered an asset.

    Competencies of Successful CandidateCore Values

  • Commitment
  • Diversity and Inclusion
  • Integrity

    Core competencies

  • Communication (Level 2)
  • Working with People (Level 2)
  • Drive for Result (Level 2)

    Functional Competencies

  • Leading and Supervising (Level 2)
  • Formulating Strategies and Concepts (Level 2)
  • Analyzing (Level 2)
  • Applying Technical Expertise (Level 2)
  • Planning and Organizing (Level 3)

    How to apply:

    UNICEF is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce, and encourages qualified female and male candidates from all national, religious and ethnic backgrounds, including persons living with disabilities, to apply to become a part of our organization. To apply, click on the following link

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