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UNDP Vacancies 2023 for Programme Analyst Jobs in Juba Location.
UNDP Jobs in Juba 2023:- New job notification not for UNDP job opportunity portal for the post of Programme Analyst. Programme Analyst Vacancy is for the Juba location. Candidates should apply through www.undp.org before the last date which is 13/05/2023.
Programme Analyst Jobs at UNDP Details
|Recruiter Name||UNDP (United Nations Development Programme)|
|Name of Vacancy||Programme Analyst Vacancy in South Sudan|
|Job Type||UN Jobs in South Sudan|
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Programme Analyst Jobs Description
The IASC Gender Standby Capacity (GenCap) project was established in 2007 to strengthen gender equality programming capacity and leadership in humanitarian operations. Through tailored inter-agency deployments, GenCap aims to reinforce leadership, programmes, and localization strategies that ensure the centrality of gender equality in humanitarian response.
Over the past two years, the project has undergone a re-design process to strengthen its impact at the field level. Central features of the reforms include greater emphasis on targeted gender equality work with local actors and affected people, as well as strengthening programming through evidence-based approaches. As a result, the project invests in enhancing strategic and technical capacities within humanitarian teams.
To bolster work under the localization pillar of the project, the IASC GenCap project will pair the deployment of the existing Senior Gender Adviser with this dedicated national gender specialist in humanitarian action. The objectives of the national gender specialist role is to facilitate the transfer of local Gender Equality Programming in Emergencies (GEPiE) tools and skills for the GEPiE Working Group to promote and use; connect with local actors on GEPiE through consultations and training; support Gender Progressive Civil Society Organizations vis-à-vis the work of the Humanitarian Country Team and clusters/sectors; and to work alongside the GenCap Senior Gender Adviser to support elaboration and implementation of the GEPIE Road Map. The national gender adviser in humanitarian action specialist will support the various elements of the humanitarian programme cycle providing technical, documentary, and secretarial support as required.
The national Gender Specialist will support the existing HCT roadmap formulation and action and will report to the Senior Gender Adviser on technical elements, with line management provided by OCHA DHoO.
Key Duties and Responsibilities:
In this section list up to five primary functions/accountabilities of the position (Typically one sentence each) and examples of duties that must be performed to successfully accomplish key responsibilities.
1.) Technical assistance to the HCT
The national Gender Specialist function will support the GenCap project with operational guidance in the local humanitarian operations The national Gender Specialist will support the strengthening of gender equality programming in emergencies described in strategic planning and response processes including the humanitarian programme cycle, nexus opportunities through joint programmes, and any other relevant response support. Discuss the gender dynamics of the country in order to provide local perspectives for the Humanitarian Country Team (HCT) and cluster members’ understanding of the prevailing gender issues. Support the presentation of gender analysis and recommendations by the Gender Equality Coordination in Emergency Working Group (GECiE WG) to the HCT;
2.) Technical assistance in the coordination of GECiE WG
Coordinate and provide technical assistance for the mobilization of the Gender Focal points and lead agencies, network to support clusters, the ICCG, and feed the HCT with relevant information on key gender-related issues for strategic decision-making processes; Facilitate the transfer of local GEPiE tools and skills for the GEPIE WG to promote and use; Support the GECiE working group with documentation, the convening of regular meetings and formalization of clear action plans with an agreed reporting mechanism
3.) Technical Assistance and support to the ICCG
Integrate gender dimensions in emergency response and preparedness and in programs to support a smooth transition to development; Provide technical assistance to the ICCG through development of tools, training, mentoring and accompanying their engagement with GEPiE agenda; Support to provide guidance for GEPiE in the operation by facilitating close working relationships between the GECiE WG and ICCG; Technical assistance for multisectoral needs assessments;
4.) Technical Assistance to clusters
Engage with clusters to advise and enable that GEPiE is appropriately integrated; Support the development of minimum gender commitments for members’ Support partners to collect data related to gender equality Support gender rapid analysis; Assessment of training needs for cluster members, and facilitate training as needed. Support the cluster to do cluster capacities and vulnerabilities mapping Analysis; Conduct training to build up the capacity of cluster members for GEPiE using the GiHA curriculum; Support clusters to apply the GAM and improve gender equality measures during proposals and monitoring phases
5.) Technical Assistance to IMO
Ensure gender equality considerations are integrated in communication (SiTrep; Dashboards) and resource mobilization strategy; Support strengthened advocacy and communication on gender needs and priorities for humanitarian response.
6.) Support the localization process
Encourage the involvement/participation of Local partners in all humanitarian coordination mechanisms especially women and youth focussed organizations; Capacity building of local CSOs and government counterparts in GEPiE principles, mechanisms, and tools; Mobilize local NGOs and Government authorities to engage in GEPiE coordination, planning, and programming;
Achieve Results: LEVEL 2: Scale up solutions and simplifies processes, balances speed, and accuracy in doing work
Think Innovatively: LEVEL 2: Offer new ideas/open to new approaches, demonstrate systemic/integrated thinking
Learn Continuously: LEVEL 2: Go outside your comfort zone, learn from others, and support their learning
Adapt with Agility: LEVEL 2: Adapt processes/approaches to new situations, involve others in the change process
Act with Determination: LEVEL 2: Able to persevere and deal with multiple sources of pressure simultaneously
Engage and Partner: LEVEL 2: Is facilitator/integrator, brings people together, builds/maintains coalitions/partnerships
Enable Diversity and Inclusion: LEVEL 2: Facilitate conversations to bridge differences, consider in decision making
Cross-Functional & Technical competencies:
Business Management Project Management:
Ability to plan, organize, prioritize, and control resources, procedures, and protocols to achieve specific goals
Business Direction & Strategy Strategic Thinking
Ability to develop effective strategies and prioritized plans in line with OCHA’s objectives, based on the systemic analysis of challenges, potential risks, and opportunities; linking the vision to reality on the ground, and creating tangible solutions. Ability to leverage learning from a variety of sources to anticipate and respond to future trends; to demonstrate foresight in order to model what future developments and possible ways forward look like for OCHA
Business Management Mutual Accountability Framework:
Ability to manage Programmes and projects with a focus at improved performance and demonstrable results
Business Direction & Strategy Business Acumen
Ability to understand and deal with a business situation in a manner that is likely to lead to a good outcome
Knowledge and understanding of the operational frameworks in the organization and ability to make good judgments and quick decisions within such frameworks
Business Development Human-Centered Design
Ability to develop solutions to problems by involving the human perspective in all steps of the problem-solving process
Business Development UNOCHA Presentation
Ability to represent UNOCHA and productively share UNOCHA knowledge and activities; advocate for UNOCHA, its values, and mission and work with various constituencies
Business Management Partnerships Management
Ability to build and maintain partnerships with wide networks of stakeholders, Governments, civil society and private sector partners, experts, and others in line with UNOCHA’s strategy and policies
A Master’s Degree preferably in gender studies, social sciences, or related discipline is required;
A Bachelor’s degree with a combination of 2 additional years of relevant and qualifying experience in the field of gender may be accepted in lieu of the advanced university degree.
At least 2 years of professional experience in the field with a Master’s degree (4 years experience for Bachelor’s degree holders).
Significant experience in working on gender equality issues in the local context is required.
Experience in working with humanitarian and/or development projects in managing or coordinating services and support is required.
Experience in facilitating training and capacity building on gender equality and/or communicating with communities is desirable.
Experience in alliance building with diverse stakeholders for collaborative action and impact.
Fluency in written and spoken English is required.
Knowledge of another UN official language (especially French and/or Arabic) is highly desirable.
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