Technical Analyst (Part-time 30%)
(date when the selected candidate is expected to start)
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Personal CV or P11, indicating all past positions held and their main underlying functions, their durations (month/year), the qualifications, as well as the contact details (email and telephone number) of the Candidate, and at least three (3) the most recent professional references of previous supervisors. References may also include peers.
A cover letter (maximum length: 1 page) indicating why the candidate considers him-/herself to be suitable for the position.
a) UNDP will cover the cost of travel of the individual to the duty station, as well as their return to their home upon completion of their services. Travel costs are covered only in the event that the function will be undertaken physically in the duty station and excludes working from home arrangements.
b) Include any official travel expected to be associated with performing the functions
Office/Unit/Project Description (max 300 words)
The Regional Refugee and Resilience Plan (3RP) was launched in 2015 and UNHCR and UNDP have been co-leading the 3RP at the country and regional level. 3RP brings together more than 270 humanitarian and development partners to work together under a single plan to address both the immediate and longer-term needs of regugees, host communities and host countries (Lebanon, Jordan, Turkey, Iraq and Egypt). 3RP regional planning and monitoring efforts are coordinated by a UNHCR-UNDP Joint Secretariat (JS), hosted by the UNDP SRF at the UNDP RBAS Regional Hub in Amman. Within this framework, the UNDP SRF has lead responsibilities in guiding planning, monitoring, reporting and advocacy on 3RP resilience interventions. As the Syria crisis continues amid compounding crises, including COVID-19, the UNDP SRF continues to promote collective efforts to evolve the resilience response and make it fit-for purpose. The SRF notably renewed its longstanding partnership with the Government of Finland for 2021-2022 to strengthen the resilience response through enhancing capacities for resilience monitoring and expanding opportunities for innovation and private sector engagement in the response.
The resilience analyst is expected to support the SRF work under the 3RP Joint Secretariat (JS), working in close coordination with UNHCR, UNDP Country and Regional Offices to support the 3RP strategic planning by providing a robust analysis of the resilience component in the 3RP, both in terms of needs and response. In particular, the analysis will be expected to set up and facilitate a regional community of practice on resilience monitoring and measurement to enable regional and country specialists to share, exchange, and consolidate the latest approaches to building a stronger theoretical and practical M&E framework to guide resilience programming in crisis and protracted crisis context. The analyst will ensure that the work of this community of practice feeds in the 3RP planning (and vice-versa) and facilitate exchanges with other frameworks.
- The Analyst is required to exhibit his or her time commitment with UNDP Regional Bureau for Arab States (RBAS) Sub-Regional Facility for the Syria crisis;
- S/He shall perform tasks under the general guidance and the direct supervision of the UNDP SRF Coordinator;
- The Analyst will report to the SRF Coordinator (see organogram in Annex)
Duties and Responsibilities
The Analyst will work closely with the M&E specialist and UNHCR Regional office Data management units to ensure that the resilience tracker is reflecting the data collected at the regional level and flag any issues/edits that required to reflect changing needs.
Scope of work:
- Building on the findigs of the initial workshop held in December 2020, set up a community of practice involving key stakeholders of the 3RP throughout the region.
- Facilitate regular meetings of the CoP and other communication through online platforms to ensure regular exchanges of lessons learnt and best practices.
- Organize regular workshops to disseminate the work of the CoP to the larger 3RP community and ensure its relevance to 3RP strategic planning.
- Ensure consolidation and analysis of resilience relevant achievements under the 3RP through the finalization and operationalization of the resilience tracker tool.
- Highlight any achievements/progress captured through the resilience tracker and feed them into 3RP reports (Mid-year review and Final report).
- Ensure that the 3RP planning process is informed by regular analysis of interventions of other actors, especially International Financial Institutions (IFIs), and the identification ofcomparative advantages of the 3RP. Ensure that the analysis feeds into strategic planning discussion at regional and country level, including by facilitating direct engagement with IFIs.
- Ensure that the 3RP partner’s support to the public institutions are captured and presented in timely manner. If any emerging issues arises, inform the SRF manager and UNDP COs of any gaps and overlaps and way forward.
- When requested, share/present IFI and PIST findings, updates and recommendations with the 3RP RTC and RSC members.
- As needed, extend support to UNDP COs and other 3RP partners in 3RP countries on resilience analysis and monitoring (this will include discussion and support to UNHCR and other 3RPpartners ).
- Based on the knowledge of country offices and various programs, facilitate information gathering/analysis of research topics identified by SRF.
4. Support the SRF Manager and M&E specialist in other technical issues related to 3RP coordination
- Demontrates integrity and fairness, by modeling the UN/UNDP’s values and ethical standards;
- Promotes the vision, mission and strategic goals of UNDP;
- Displays cultural, gender, religion, race, nationality and age sensitivity and adaptability.
- Excellent quantitative skills
- Good teamwork and interpersonal skills;
- Flexibility and ability to handle multiple tasks and work under pressure;
Knowledge Management and Learning
- Ability to strongly promote and build knowledge products;
Required Skills and Experience
Min. Academic Education
Master’s degree of equivalent in international relations and/or development.
Min. years of relevant Work experience
At least 5 years of work experience in international development/policy research or project implementation with international organizations (after completing Master’s degree) promoting resilience in the protracted crisis;
- Outstanding writing skills; drafting, formulation, reporting skills.
Required skills and competencies
Experience in coordinating inter-sector crisis response with UN, I/NGO and National government in the 3RP countries;
- Experience in collecting data and drafting the public institutions support report as well as IFI funding flow to the 3RP countries
Desired additional skills and competencies
Familiarity with the 3RP and Syria response especially monitoring framework in Turkey and Lebanon (including Activityinfo and strategic framework) and regional level monitoring framework;
- Outstanding writing skills; drafting, formulation, reporting skills.
Required Language(s) (at working level)
Fluency and working proficiency in both written and spoken English.
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