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National Consultant - Monitoring and Evaluation & Programme Management Unit (PMU) Analyst (Code: UNFPA/IDN/ICC/21/06)

 

 

PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS VACANCY IS ONLY FOR NATIONALS OF INDONESIA

 

National Consultant - Monitoring and Evaluation & Programme Management Unit (PMU) Analyst

 

Contract Type: Individual Consultant Contract
Duration:
4 (four) months, commencing in December 2021
Closing date: 19 November 2021 - 23:59hrs (Jakarta time)
Job code: UNFPA/IDN/ICC/21/06

 

Purpose of consultancy:

  • To coordinate monitoring and evaluation activities in CO;
  • To provide technical support in improving the quality and results orientation of UNFPA-supported policy and programme interventions and in developing institutional and national capacity in monitoring and evaluation; and
  • To coordinate and provide technical support to the Programme Management Unit (PMU).

 

The scope of work includes the following:
Coordination and technical support of M&E & PMU

  • Coordinate M&E efforts of the CO activities to track the results of the implementation of the Country Programme (CP) and also support inter-agency M&E work on the UNSDCF.
  • Ensure that data is provided and collected against the agreed upon indicators in the CP using the defined reporting tools and ensures that the programme results are accurately captured, measured and reported.
  • Setting and monitoring annual targets and quarterly milestones, and ensuring accurate inputs to the end-year reporting on results.
  • Assist Programme Team on the quality assurance of Annual Quarterly Work Plan Progress Reports in GPS and indicator milestones quarterly monitoring in SIS MyResults.
  • Check with a view to maintaining the quality, effectiveness, efficiency, and accountability of Country Programme resources.
  • Facilitate the Monthly Programme Staff Meeting, Quarterly Technical Output Working Group, and Annual Steering Committee
  • Coordinate and develop programmatic reports for UNFPA Asia Pacific Regional Office (APRO).
  • Under the leadership of the chair, manage the Internal Review Committee secretariat to making sure proper review of the knowledge products produced by the CO. 

Strategic Information

  • Coordinate the efforts of UNFPA to strengthen the management of corporate and country-based information systems integrating, monitoring and reporting on key programme indicators so that they are able to monitor the delivery of programme results and CO activities.
  • Support the UNSDCF monitoring and reporting and represent UNFPA in inter-agency working groups as necessary.
  • Facilitate, act as a resource person, and join if required for any external supervision and evaluation missions.
  • Act as risk management, donor reporting (DARTS) and Strategic Information System focal point and ensure that all reporting and corporate deadlines are timely met.

Development of work plans and reporting

  • Review and provide input in the preparation of Country Office work plans from an M&E perspective and ensure that the monitoring and evaluation indicators are aligned to the Country Programme, UNSDCF M&E Frameworks and UN Framework for the immediate socio-economic response to COVID-19.
  • Coordinate the development of semi-annual, annual and other project reports as may be required that show progress in relation to the work plan and the results framework at country and regional level, with a focus on impact.
  • Oversee the design of the annual reviews, mid-term and end-of-programme evaluations as required in collaboration with the regional office and its implications for programme management.
  • In coordination with the relevant team members, provide support to the Senior Management Team of the Country Office in the preparation of the management response of donor-funded project evaluation, and monitoring the implementation of the Management Response.

Resource Mobilization and Partnership Building (if any):

  • Support the development of resource mobilization concept notes and proposals ensuring a sound logical framework, and M&E plan.
  • Quality assure the results frameworks in relation to the Country Programme as well as the donor funded programmes/projects, including the selection of indicators, baseline and targets, means of verification, and evaluability of the programme.

 

 

Required expertise, qualifications and competencies, including language requirements:
Education: 

  • Master’s degree in health, population, demography and/or other related social science discipline.

Knowledge and Experience:

  • Minimum 3 years of relevant experience on monitoring and evaluation, research, data collection, analysis of data and results-based management of programmes/projects on health, gender, youth and/or population and development;
  • Experience working with national/local government on M&E/RBM; and
  • Familiarity with UN/UNFPA policies, procedures and tools for M&E/RBM is an advantage.

Languages:

  • Fluency in oral and written skills in English and Bahasa Indonesia.

 

 

UNFPA Work Environment
UNFPA provides a work environment that reflects the values of gender equality, teamwork, Embracing diversity in all its forms, integrity and a healthy balance of work and life. We are committed to maintaining our balanced gender distribution and therefore encourage women to apply. UNFPA promotes equal opportunities for all including persons with disabilities.

 

The job description and requirements as stated in the attached TOR.

 

Interested and qualified individuals are requested to submit the UN Personal History (P11) Form to indonesia.office@unfpa.org with post code as subject of the email.