er on policies, strategies and programmes development based on the UN Assistance Strategy priorities set by the UNCT; b) Assist the Sector in the development of SOT related policies, strategies and programmes formulation and facilitate the participation and contribution from sector’ members; c) Monitor implementation of developed policies/strategies and report regularly on progress against set benchmarks and indicators in accordance with the Sector UN Assistance Strategy Results Matrix; d) Perform reviews of project concept notes, project proposals, and other documents submitted to the SOT, assessing available funding, complementarily with RBM approach and sector results matrix and in compliance with submission requirements; e) Assist the SOT Leader/Deputy to keep updated information about the implementation and funding status of the SOT activities/projects;
eties are kept informed on policies activities, initiatives and requests, and facilitating any follow up action; b) Produce SOT progress reports on regular basis through: i) Consolidating the fortnightly, the SG quarterly and the UN Assistance six-monthly reports to the RC Office ii) Ensuring close and timely monitoring of reporting schedules for the implementation of the UN Assistance Strategy and specifically the consolidated six-monthly report to the MDTF Office iii) Providing other reports, as needed; c) Liaise and contribute to the work of Humanitarian and Resident Coordinator’s Office including the inter-agency Information analysis Unit; d) Act as Information Management (IM) focal point: i) Play a substantive role in obtaining sector related information (including evaluations, assessments and surveys) from Sector Outcome Team (SOT) members and other sources (such as GOI sources, World Bank, international bodies, etc.); ii) Ensure timely flow of information and analysis between the SOTs, and the IAU and OCHA to establish systems and process for effective information sharing;
nistration, information and analysis, development, humanitarian response, project design and management, monitoring and evaluation; NGO experience, knowledge/experience of humanitarian issues and crisis management an asset. Language: Fluency in oral and written English is essential. Experience in translation and interpretation an asset. Other Skills: Proven ability to perform in a stressful and demanding work environment. Knowledge of the UN system and its institutional mandates. UN CORE VALUES AND COMPETENCIES Professionalism: Maintains a high standard of work output. Shows persistence and conscientiousness in fulfilling his/her duties. Attentive to details. Puts in extra time, as the job requires. Able to meet multiple deadlines, organizing work to ensure compliance without sacrificing quality. Teamwork: Sound interpersonal skills, including ability to operate effectively across organizational boundaries; ability to establish and maintain effective partnerships and working relations in a multi-cultural, multi-ethnic environment with sensitivity and respect for diversity.
pssity for ensuring the highest standards of efficiency, competence and integrity remain the paramount considerations in the employment of personnel. To ensure fairness and transparency, selection will be made on a competitive basis through a selection panel.