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National Youth Engagement Consultant – Generation Future, Phnom Penh, Cambodia Cambodia
The United Nations Children’s Fund in Cambodia is looking to hire a Cambodian national consultant to provide technical support for the implementation of Generation Future 3.0. Launched as a pilot in 2021 and continued in 2022, UNICEF Cambodia launched Generation Future with one goal in mind – to help young people across Cambodia to build a better post-pandemic future and fulfill their potential. The programme backs young people with original ideas to create positive social change through training, personalized mentorship, and seed funding to bring these ideas to reality. Working with UNICEF team members, mentors, influencers, and private sector partners, the young project leaders developed skills in project design and management, fundraising and budget planning, communication, campaigning, and more. Generation Future 3.0 will aim to reach more Cambodian youth, providing them with opportunities to address issues that impact them while building their confidence and developing 21st century skills. To scale up and achieve this goal, the programme will tap into existing youth networks and work closely with the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports (MoEYS) to leverage Local Life Skills (LLS) and Volunteer in My Community (VMC) activities. If you are passionate about making a lasting difference for children in Cambodia, UNICEF would like to hear from you.
International consultant to provide support to the Ministry of Education and the Local Education Partners to develop a partnership compact to apply for the Global Partnership for Education System Transformation Grant Timor-Leste
Under the supervision of Chief Education, the consultant will provide support to the Ministry of Education to develop a Partnership Compact for GPE using the guidance issued by the GPE, so that Timor-Leste can access the System Transformation Grant (STG).
Supply & Logistics Manager P4, FT Bamako-Mali #20069 Mali
The Supply and Logistics Manager reports to the Chief of Supply or Chief of Operations as per the Country Office (CO) set-up and is responsible for managing the supply chains of a medium to large-sized country office, and/or medium sized emergency response operation. The supply chain operations include planning, procurement, contracting, customs clearance, warehousing, in country transport and distribution, as well as monitoring of supplies, services and construction works. The incumbent collaborates closely with programmes in defining supply interventions to meet programmatic needs and achieve results for children, and provides technical and advisory support to governments, national systems and partners on supply chain management.
Consultancy - Country Programme Documents (CPDs) Quality Review Consultant, Programme Effectiveness Team (PET), DAPM NYHQ (remote-based) United States
UNICEF’s annual Quality Review of Country Programme Planning processes (CPPs) and Documents (CPDs) provides the organisation with a robust external assessment of the quality of the design processes and of the final documents that best articulate the goals, results, and logic of Country Programmes (CPs). Each year, the exercise assesses all CPDs submitted to the Executive Board, using a standard approach. The review is: - An essential data source for institutional reporting. The results of the Quality Review directly feed several indicators of the Executive Director’s Annual Report, which are in turn used to report on an additional host of indicators by offices such as Programme Division (PD), Emergency Operations (EMOPS) and other Divisions and teams. - A critical input informing the ongoing update of existing guidance: review findings, identify good practices and common areas of challenge across multiple country offices and/or specific quality criteria. It therefore is one of the most influential sources of information on what aspects of global guidance (and/or quality assurance practice) should be updated to best reflect the organisation’s perception of quality in programme design. HQ Content Owners, Regional Directors and Regional Planning Chiefs use the findings to adapt capacity development efforts. - An important reference for country offices drafting new programmes: the Quality Review also provides UNICEF staff in country offices with a rich set of good practices, tips and hints for how to prepare and finalize documents that satisfy institutional requirements.
Engineer (Mechanical), NO 2, Fixed Term, Dakar, Senegal Country Office, #119273 Senegal
The 28 United Nations organizations present in Senegal and their approximately 1,800 staff will come together in a new custom-build office in Diamniadio, 40 km outside of Dakar. This 56,000m2 building complex on a piece of land the size of 28 football pitches is set to become a multilateral landmark in West Africa, and in addition to the Senegal UN offices it will host regional and subregional UN offices responsible for the Sahel, West, and Central Africa. Responsibilities Under the supervision of the Administrative Manager (Facility Management), and in close collaboration with the Engineer, the incumbent is responsible for the following duties: 1. Maintenance, operations and project 2. Management 3. Administration 4. Performs other related duties as required.
National Protection from Sexual Exploitation and Abuse Consultant based in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia (for Ethiopian Nationals only) Ethiopia
UNICEF Ethiopia country office has initiated PSEA trainings for staff and Implementing Partners, conducting PSEA risk assessments for national Civil society Organisations (CSOs). Through these measures, UNICEF together with Implementing Partners aims to create a safer and more protective environment for every child. This consultancy will primarily focus on strengthening partners capacities.
National Consultant: Children's Climate and Disaster Risk Data, Jakarta (Home-based) - for Indonesians only Indonesia
UNICEF Indonesia is looking for a national consultant to support the Government of Indonesia in developing the Children’s Climate and Disaster Risk Index Indonesia (CCDRII, working title) at national and sub-national levels with the Government of Indonesia. In undertaking this work, the consultant will work with UNICEF and relevant government and non-government partners at national and sub-national levels to identify and analyse data sources, platforms, and develop a theoretical framework for CCDRII, facilitate the identification and agreement on index indicators, methodology, definition of procedures, preparation of tools and documents for the development of the CCDRII. Duration of contract is 8 months (80 working days) to start in November 2023.
Programme Associate GS-6, WCARO Dakar, Senegal #22129 Senegal
Under the direct supervision of the Regional Advisor for Health and HIV, the Programme Associate at the GS 6 level is responsible for the programme support functions for the Health and HIV section in the UNICEF Regional Office for West and Central Africa. S/he works closely with other programme associates and programme specialists in the section and the office.
Avis générique - Chauffeurs, G-2, Plusieurs locations (Cotonou/Parakou/Natitingou) Benin
Suite au renforcement de ses activités dans le Nord du Benin et tenant compte des mesures de sécurité liees a l’utilisation des véhicules de location, l’UNICEF Benin souhaite créer une liste des talents chauffeurs qui pourront être affectés à Cotonou, à Parakou ou à Natitingou pour des appuis ponctuels.
Immunization Specialist (Gender and Inclusion), P-3, Temporary Appointment, Bangui - CAR ( #126261/ Req. 566099) Central African Republic
The objective of the position is to identify the main determinants and develop a plan for the immunization of children and women and primary health care in general to promote and facilitate access and use of these services by girls, children with disabilities, including other vulnerable children from disadvantaged social strata. The gender and inclusion specialist will help define the main strategic axes for the promotion of gender and inclusion in immunization and primary health care.
Recrutement d'un.e Analyste des données des enquêtes MICS Tunisie Tunisia
Le bureau de pays de l’UNICEF compte recruter un consultant national qui apportera l’appui technique à l’équipe INS pour élaborer les snapshots, le rapport de l’enquête et une comparaison entre les indicateurs en commun des différentes MICS.
Individual International consultant to support the Ministry of Health and the Institute for Public Health of Montenegro on strengthening supportive supervision system in the field of immunization Montenegro
UNICEF is looking for an Individual International consultant to support the Ministry of Health and the Institute for Public Health of Montenegro on strengthening supportive supervision system in the field of immunization.
Emergency Manager, P4, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Temporary Appointment for 6 months (For non Ethiopian nationals) Ethiopia
Under the general guidance of the Chief of Field Operations and Emergency, the position will provide support to the coordination of UNICEF's emergency response in public health crisis and other emergency situations. For this position, eligible and suitable female candidates are encouraged to apply.
National Consultant for technical assistance in using digital tools in the benefit of children’s welfare [Part-time,100 working days], Bucharest, Romania Romania
UNICEF is looking for specific information technology consultancy to complement work of UNICEF Specialists in various programmatic areas and ensure smooth implementation at scale of exiting digital tools used in the benefit of children’s welfare and social inclusion of most vulnerable categories of population.
Under the supervision of the Nutrition Officer the consultant is expected to technically support and ensure documentation of the progress of the maternal and child nutrition programme implementation with particular focus on enhancing the capacity of maternity and newborn health facilities to provide quality breastfeeding counselling and support services to newborns, scaling up essential nutrition services in primary health facilities.
Administrative Manager, P-4, Fixed Term, Kabul, Afghanistan #00020879 Afghanistan
Afghanistan Country Office is looking for an experienced Administrative Manager accountable for the provision of managerial leadership and policy guidance for the achievement of effective administrative service management and staff capacity development. Ensures management of administrative staff for cost-effective, quality and efficient administrative operations in support of office administration and the country programmes.
Accountable for professional technical contribution to programme/project design, planning, administration, monitoring and evaluation of WASH programme/project activities, data analysis and progress reporting, and commitment for enhancement of teamwork and capacity building, in support of achievement of planned objectives of the work plan, aligned with country programme goals and strategy.
Consultant – Documentation of country best practices and conducting series of consultations on Primary Health Care, UNICEF East Asia and Pacific Regional Office (EAPRO), Bangkok, Thailand Thailand
The Health Section, UNICEF East Asia Pacific Regional Office (EAPRO) is seeking an individual consultant to support documentation of country best practices and conduct series of consultations to present the country evidence on Primary Health Care, health financing, human resources and community health systems from the regional report. The primary purpose on this consultancy is to disseminate the findings from the regional PHC report and country profiles for cross country learning, advocacy and inform country programming and to advance strengthening health system for PHC, through a series of virtual/ webinar sessions, establishment of a community of practice and other forums on topics as identified by COs. Objectives: 1. Facilitate sharing on best practice and strengthening collaboration across countries and partners; 2. Support advocacy and policy dialogue for monitoring and investment in Primary Health Care; 3. Identify and local contextualization of high-impact and scalable solutions; 4. Priority setting of evidence based interventions which can be incorporated in country policies and plans
Facilitate the 2nd ECE diagnostics workshop for Eritrea and ECE Development Plan Eritrea
The purpose of the consultancy is to facilitate a five-day workshop to finalize ECE diagnostics, to provide orientation to scale-up approaches for summer school programmes and advocacy approaches for public demand. Remote support will be provided to finalise the ECE Development Plan including implementation plans for national and Zoba levels.
Capacity building on Learning Assessment Data Analysis Eritrea
The overall objective of the consultancy is to to rebuild the capacity of the MLA team so that they will be able to support the development of a sound national assessment system that ensures timely and relevant learning data, including contextual and equity data, are regularly gathered, analyzed, and used to inform actions to improve learning, monitor trends in learning outcome of children and youth and ensure availability of data on learning to monitor progress on Sustainable Development Goal 4

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