- Organization: UNDP – United Nations Development Programme
- Location: Tashkent
- Grade: Level not specified – Level not specified
- Occupational Groups:
- Project and Programme Management
- Closing Date: 2023-06-02
UNDP Programe is well arranged and manifestly image Albania’s improvement priorities articulated in the National Strategy for Development and Integration as well as in the Albania-United Nations Sustainable Development Cooperation Framework 2022-2026. Our Programme is alike with the UNDP Global Strategic Plan. It is contributed towards the European Union Integration Agenda through several European Union acquis chapters. The Programme contributes to the goals of several Sustainable Development Goals. Furthermore, Drawing on its reputation and strength as a UN system integrator for Agenda 2030 and trusted impartial partner, UNDP will set economic transformation and eradication of multidimensional poverty and establish systems that address risks disasters and social injustice within the SDGs. In addition ,The key component of UNDP’s means will be integration and innovation.
The duites for Project Analyst at UNDP are:
- Overall administration of the project activities, ensuring a proper Work Plan and budget is in place and enforced within set timelines, with an effective national team and strong partnerships.
- Day-to-day management, management and decision-making for the project activities, oversees planning process and ensures its implementation, and mobilizes goods and services to activities, including drafting TORs and work specifications, handles requests for the provision of financial resources by UNDP, using the advance of funds, direct payments, or refund.
- Accountable for assuring that the Project produces the results to the required standard of quality and within the limited constraints of time and cost, review and appraise of detailed work plans, including Quantum reports covering activity definition. Ensure that projects’ results targets and results are entered and updated in the results-management systems including the Quantum project management module, and relevant documents are uploaded for the dashboard.
- Oversees the realization of planned outputs through activities, ensures that project contributes to the promotion of gender equality by reaching, concerning and benefiting both women and men in its activities (gender mainstreaming), and provides guidance to project team working closely with the ECA Cluster.
- Work closely with the ECA Cluster in recognising partnership strategies with regard to providers of specialized expertise and possible co-financiers, resource mobilization, and implementing possible synergies with donors supported projects. The Project Analyst liaises with, donors, project partners, suppliers and beneficiaries when needed, prepares timely reports of project.
- Manage the team members, facilitate, guide and monitor the work of the national and international short-term experts, oversee the work of the Administrative Finance Assistant to ensure administrative requirements are handled and executed in a timely and appropriate manner and within UNDP and donor rules and regulations.
- The Project Analyst’s range of work includes monitoring and facilitation of advocacy and mass media outreach activities, newspapers coverage, PR campaigns in line with the Communication and Visibility Plan of the project, workshops, and other occasions to introduce project outputs to all stakeholders involved, rendering support to related UNDP thematic activities such as publications, sharing of knowledge and group discussions.
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The requirements for Project Analyst at UNDP are:
- Master’s degree in economics, finance, public administration, natural resource management, including water/land management, biodiversity, climate change, environmental finance, environmental economics, environmental studies or a closely connected major.
- A Bachelor’s degree with additional 2 years of qualifying background will be given due review in lieu of a Master’s degree.
- Minimum of 2 years (with Master’s degree) or 4 years (with Bachelor’s degree) of background in economics, finance, natural resource administration, biodiversity conservation, environmental management, environmental finance, environmental economics or other related field.
- Outstanding knowledge of Russian
- Adequate knowledge of Uzbek
- Understanding of English is desirable.
- Verifiable background in project/programme management / development organization will be considered favourable.