Planning, Monitoring & Evaluation Officer
Purpose of the Post
A. Major Duties and Responsibilities
1. Develop and maintain database of women and children with disaggregated data on development indicators related to women and children and provide technical inputs/service to project officers and Chief, Field Office with the objective of helping policy analysis and programme development for action on children.
2. Collaborate with relevant government departments, officials and other partners to identify interventions necessary for the improved planning, implementation and monitoring of assigned programme areas.
3. Track new and innovative trends in social policy, social inclusion, child poverty analysis, child/gender budgeting. Advocate/disseminate new ideas with policy makers and other stakeholders.
4. Assist in the development, coordination and implementation of research, monitoring and evaluation activities in the states with special attention to strengthening state-level monitoring systems, through the provision of technical assistance.
5. Participate and contribute to the State Management Team of the field Office, and to regular programme team meetings. Participate and contribute to inter-state activities related to the areas of assignment and in relevant country office meetings. Contribute relevant inputs to annual, donors and other reports and documents.
6. Establish and maintain regular professional contacts with government officials, other partners, including research and training institutions, through joint visits, consultations, meetings. Advocate and promote the adoption of UNICEF policies and strategies, foster alliances to meet objectives.
7. Prepare annual/multi-year work plan, prepare periodic management reports on the programme implementation for review and decisions. Ensure accurate and timely input of programme information in computerized programme system and issuance of status reports for monitoring and evaluation purposes.
B. Qualifications, Skills and Attributes
2. Work Experience
C. Competency Profile
2. Core Competencies (Required)
3. Functional Competencies (Required)
c) Technical Knowledge to be Acquired/Enhanced (for the Job)
Applications consisting of a cover letter and an up-to-date CV should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org by 1st October 2013. In order to ensure that your application is sorted correctly, please clearly mention the title and location of the post in the subject line of your e-mail/application.
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