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UN Jobs in Italy-Humanitarian-Development

Italy

Opportunity Deadline

28/03/2023

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Job Description

1 Year
Male
Bachelor Degree
Italy

Short Detials:

  • Organization: FAO
  • Location: Italy
  • Type: Consultancy
  • Job Title: Humanitarian-Development
  • Close on:  28 Mar 2023

About Organization

The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) is a specialized agency of the United Nations that leads international efforts to eradicate hunger and malnutrition and promote sustainable agriculture. It was founded in 1945 and is headquartered in Rome, Italy.

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The FAO works with governments, civil society organizations, and the private sector to achieve its goal of a world without hunger. Its areas of focus include food security, agriculture, fisheries, forestry, and rural development. The FAO provides technical assistance and advice to countries in these areas, as well as conducting research and providing information and statistics on food and agriculture.

The FAO’s work is guided by its commitment to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), particularly SDG 2 which aims to end hunger, achieve food security and improved nutrition, and promote sustainable agriculture. The organization also plays a key role in responding to emergencies and crises related to food and agriculture, such as natural disasters and conflict.

About UN Jobs in Italy-Humanitarian-Development

Under the general direction of the Programme and Results Team Leader, OER, the HDPN Adviser will be responsible for reporting to the Technical Officer (Protracted Crises), Lead Conflict and Peace Unit (CPU), OER.
Assist interagency efforts to advance the implementation of the HDP Nexus and provide technical assistance and inputs to the establishment of a corporate knowledge of the Nexus within FAO.

Responsibilities:

Identify opportunities, and provide support to new and existing mechanisms and platforms, to strengthen joint approaches and planning across the HDPN with a variety of partners at different levels, reflecting the principles of the OECD-DAC Recommendation on the HDP Nexus;
•    Liaise with the GNAFC Technical Support Unit (TSU) to promote GNAFC objectives on the HDPN in food security and agriculture and food systems more broadly, including:
–    Contribute to HDPN mapping analysis including definition of common priorities in a number of food crisis countries;
–    Participate in GNAFC-led strategic dialogues and events at global, regional and country levels around HDPN solutions to food crises;
–    Contribute to GNAFC-related country engagement processes including promotion of strategic dialogues around HDPN approaches.
•    Liaise with the Fighting Food Crises along the HDPN Coalition Secretariat, deriving from the 2021 UN Food Systems Summit, and support the FAO Co-Chair in engagement with the Coalition;
•    Support FAO’s engagement in the IASC Task Force on Humanitarian and Development Collaboration and its Linkages with Peace (TF4), and complementary work streams such as development of HDPN related tools and guidance developed by/through the Global Food Security Cluster using the GNAFC as an ‘amplifier’;
•    Support the incorporation and strengthening of the HDPN approach in FAO’s emergency and resilience projects and programmes, linking with OER’s overall Programme Approach;
•    Lead work on exploring the two thematic areas of climate security and durable solutions for forcibly displaced populations through an HDPN lens, to highlight how an HDPN approach underpinning food security and agriculture can be framed and developed, building on FAO’s comparative advantages within its mandate, and use this to inform GNAFC objectives;
•    Promote evidence-based learning on HDPN promising practices to inform country, regional and global processes, working to capture them with relevant units, such as Knowledge for Resilience (KORE) also supported by and feeding into the work of the GNAFC;
•    Help prepare for and facilitate awareness-raising and capacity-development activities on the HDPN approach;
•    Support implementation of recommendations agreed in the Management Response to OED’s 2021 Evaluation of FAO’s role in the HDPN, including leading preparation of a FAO Corporate Position Paper on the HDPN, outlining respective roles and accountabilities, identifying ways of working, good and promising practices, lessons learned and recommendations;
•    Performs other duties as required.

UN Jobs in Italy-Humanitarian-Development Requirements

Education:

  • a university degree in a related discipline, such as public policy, social sciences, conflict and peace studies, or international relations;

Experience:

  • Experience in multi-stakeholder coordination, analysis, planning, and programming for at least 7 years (Category B) or 12 years (Category A); positions of increasing responsibility in developing recovery and peacebuilding plans or strategies; coordination of humanitarian efforts, including in fragile or crisis contexts;

languages:

  • Working understanding of English (level C) and some familiarity with any other official language of the Organization (level B), including Arabic, Chinese, French, Spanish, and Russian. working knowledge (level C) of English for PSA.

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