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UN Jobs in Philippines-BRAVE Project Coordinator

Philippines

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2 Year
Male, Female, Both
High School Diploma, Vocational Degree, Bachelor Degree
Philippines

Short Information:

  • Organization: UNDP
  • Location: Philippines
  • Type: Full time
  • Job Title: Brave Project Coordinator
  • Close on: 13 Mar 2023

About Organization

The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) is a global development agency that works to eradicate poverty, reduce inequalities, and build sustainable development in countries around the world. It was founded in 1965 and operates in more than 170 countries and territories.

The UNDP’s mission is to empower people and communities to achieve their full potential by promoting economic growth, protecting the environment, and advancing democratic governance. The organization works to achieve these goals through partnerships with governments, civil society organizations, and the private sector.

Some of the key areas of focus for the UNDP include poverty reduction, gender equality, climate change, democratic governance, and crisis prevention and recovery. The UNDP also provides technical assistance and capacity-building support to countries in areas such as public administration, fiscal management, and human rights.

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Overall, the UNDP plays a vital role in advancing sustainable development goals and promoting a more just and equitable world.

About UN Jobs in Philippines-BRAVE Project Coordinator

Building COVID-Safe Responses And Voices for Equity) through direct contact with the project’s Implementing Partners, the BRAVE Project Coordinator is in charge of coordinating, monitoring, and ensuring proper implementation under the supervision of the Gender/GBV National Programme Officer and SRH National Coordinator (IPs).

Responsibilities:

Work together with Implementation Partners (IPs) to make sure that all planned activities are carried out and that all IP deliverables are submitted on time.

  • aid in the evaluation of the IPs’ quarterly monitoring report and offer comments to be sent to the GBV and SRH National Programme Officers.
  • assistance with quality control and monitoring of IP activities based on the authorized IP work plan
  • help compile and prepare the BRAVE quarterly progress reports that will be sent to DFAT.
  • aid in the creation and accuracy of BRAVE’s End of Project Report.
  • Determine Project BRAVE success stories that can be used to demonstrate best practices and methods for tackling GBV and delivering MHPSS in emergencies to important stakeholders and the general public. Do this with the assistance of the IPs.
  • Work together with the Cash for Protection Consultant to ensure that deliverables are submitted on time and in accordance with the Agreement
  • As judged appropriate, provide any additional assistance.

Timeframe and work schedule:

  • The consultant will be employed for a roughly four-month term, with the possibility of an extension.
  • The location where services will be provided: Manila, UNFPA Country Office
  • Dates for delivery and the type of delivery (electronic, hard copy, etc.) of the work:
  • The UNFPA Manila office will host the consultant. The major deliverables are given below, however not all of them must be provided in hard copy and electronic form, as appropriate.

UN Jobs in Philippines-BRAVE Project Coordinator Requirments

Education:

  • two (2) years’ worth of similar work experience and a master’s degree in gender studies, related social sciences, or another pertinent field of study

Experience:

  • experience in the creation, follow-up, monitoring, and assessment of programs or projects;
  • actual programming and implementation experience with MHPSS and GBV programs;
  • substantial knowledge in organizing and collaborating with different local partners on a particular project
  • strong managerial abilities focused on results; and

Languages:

  • Fluency in Filipino and English

How to Apply?

  1. Review job requirements: Review the job description and requirements to make sure you meet the qualifications and experience needed for the position. It is important to carefully read the application instructions and to submit all required documents.
  2. Create a profile: Create a UN careers profile and complete the online application form. You will need to provide personal and professional information, as well as submit a cover letter and resume.
  3. Submit your application: Once you have completed your application, click on the submit button to send your application to the UN. You will receive a confirmation email with your application details.
  4. Wait for a response: After submitting your application, it may take several weeks or months to hear back from the UN. If you are shortlisted for an interview, you will be contacted by a UN representative.
  5. Attend an interview: If you are invited to an interview, prepare well and attend the interview as scheduled.
  6. Receive an offer: If you are successful in your application, you will receive an offer from the UN. You will need to accept the offer and follow the instructions provided to complete the hiring process.

It is important to note that the UN has a highly competitive application process, and it may take several attempts to secure a job. Therefore, it is important to remain persistent and continue to apply for jobs that match your skills and experience.

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