IOM Proposal Development For A Regional Srhr-hiv Programme Jobs in South Africa
IOM Proposal Development For A Regional Srhr-hiv Programme Jobs in South AfricaThe consultant will perform the following tasksReview relevant secondary literature including, but not limited to, the project lessons and best practices, project mid-term review and final evaluation reports, policies and strategies on SRHR/HIV and migration, comprehensive sexuality education, livelihoods and social protection of migrants and vulnerable young people.
In coordination with IOM country project coordinators, solicit inputs from relevant government authorities, such as UN agencies, National/Provincial/District Authorities, Ministry of Health, Ministry of Social Welfare, Ministry of Education, Ministry of Home Affairs (especially police), academia, CSOs, private sector (companies that employ migrants) and other stakeholders to explore/develop potential collaborations on relevant activities.
Conduct problem analysis, objective analysis and a validation workshop (remotely or face-to-face) with IOM staff, partners and other relevant stakeholders to enlist further inputs to the proposal development process.
Based on the information and evidence gathered, and in accordance with donor and IOM guidelines, develop a programme design including the full proposal, theory of change (ToC) and Monitoring and evaluation (M&E) plan. **IV. Expected Deliverables:
The selected consultant will be expected to deliver on the specified scope of work below.
Before commencing on the assignment, the consultant will deliver a concept note outlining the detailed approach and methodology for this consultancy. Specifically, the expected outputs of the assignment are the following:
• Output 1: A comprehensive theory of change (TOC) and M&E plan for the regional programme that is aligned with the donor’s regional SRHR programme’s ToC. This should be developed with involvement of IOM staff, partners and other stakeholders as shall be identified during the consultancy.
• Output 2: Preliminary and Final drafts of the full proposal (including the TOC, M&E Plan) that incorporates inputs from stakeholders and is aligned with donor requirements.
Deliverables and Deadlines Expected deliverables
Initial discussion with IOM Regional technical team to clarify assignment and agree on plan of action.
Inception report (3-4 pages) outlining the technical and methodological approaches to the assignment.
Desk review of project documents and literature including conducting remote consultations/interviews with country stakeholders for their inputs to the design of the project.
Draft proposal (including the TOC and M&E plan) for discussion and refining by IOM and partners during the validation workshop (remotely or face-to-face)
Conduct a 3-day validation workshop to enlist further inputs from the project team and stakeholders for incorporation into the final draft proposal document.
Final proposal (including the ToC, M&E plan) that is ready for submission for funding.
The assignment will take approximately 25 working days, starting in early April 2020 until submission of the proposal in May/June 2020.The timeline and exact number of working days is subject to change depending on the final Call for Proposals.
Required Qualifications and Experience
An advanced university degree (PhD, Masters or equivalent) from an accredited educational institution in public health, migration and Health studies, development studies or social sciences with minimum ten years of experience in leading the design, execution, and/or management of regional or multi-country HIV and SRHR multi-sectoral programmes especially for the young people, migrants and key populations, within migration/mobility contexts.
Strong programme design skills, including capacity to prepare logical, coherent, and consistent technical documents including log frames and M&E plans.
Previous demonstrated experience in developing and writing grants for institutional donors, such as the Netherlands government and UK Aid.
Ability to integrate different experiences, methodologies, and approaches from a diverse range of stakeholders, organizations and technical experts from multiple sectors, through adapting facilitation techniques.
Prior experience in facilitating multi stakeholders’ workshops and dialogues.
Flexibility to adapt to any subsequent changes in the terms of reference.
Willingness and ability to travel to the field to conduct assessments and gather data.
Excellent English speaking/writing skills required.
Inclusion and respect for diversity: encourages the inclusion of all team members and stakeholders while demonstrating the ability to work constructively with people with different backgrounds and orientations.
Integrity and transparency: maintain impartiality and takes prompt action in cases of unprofessional or unethical behaviour.
Professionalism: demonstrates professional competence and mastery of subject matter and willingness to improve knowledge and skills.
Teamwork: establishes strong relationships with colleagues and partners; relates well to people at all levels.
Delivering results produces quality results and provides quality services to clients.
Managing and sharing knowledge: shares knowledge and learning willingly, and proactively seeks to learn from the experiences of others.
Accountability: operates in compliance with organizational regulations and rules.
Communication: encourages others to share their views, using active listening to demonstrate openness and to build understanding of different perspectives.
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
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