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JPO - Programme Analyst, Gender - P2

Eritrea, Ma'ākel, Asmara - United Nations Development Programme

Background   Information on the receiving office:   Eritrea within a 1200km coastline and more than 300 islands in the Red Sea is strategically situated in the eastern part of Africa. It joined the international community in 1993 following liberation from Ethiopian colonialism in 1991 through an arduous thirty-year armed struggle. The socio-economic character of the Eritrean population comprises more than 80% agro-pastoralists, with the rest being mainly workers, merchants, students and professionals (EPHS 2010). Traditionally, the societal role and contribution of women in Eritrea has not been appropriately valued. Despite this patriarchal attitude, Eritrean women joined and played a vital role in the independence struggle. They constituted 30% of the total fighters carrying out different roles such as teachers, technicians, soldiers, doctors, nurses, laboratory technicians, public administrators, etc. In addition to their contribution in the struggle for self-determination, women fighters took the lead to fight the deep-rooted patriarchal and gender inequalities through the establishment of a women's association.    The National Union of Eritrean Women (NUEW), the only women's machinery in the country, was established in 1979 and mandated to mobilize women, raise awareness for the elimination of traditional harmful practices against women, and advocate and lobby for the issuance of proclamations and policies on gender equality, among other roles. This has laid the foundation for social justice and gender equality in Eritrea. In recognition of this important contribution, the Government has established policies and implemented programmes geared towards ensuring gender equality and creating a platform for women to strive in all aspects of civil society and government.    In 1995 the government ratified Convention on the  Elimination  of  All  Forms  of  Discrimination against Women (CEDAW). To ensure that the convention is easily accessible and understood, it has been translated into local languages. Other major international human rights instruments and conventions signed by the State of Eritrea include; the Convention on the Right of the Child  (1994),  the  Beijing  Platform  of  Action  (1995),  the  International  Convention  on  Abolition  of  Child  Labour  (2000),  the  MDGs  (2000)  and  the  International  Convention  on  Economic,  Social  and  Cultural  Rights  (2001).    UNDP Eritrea provides technical and financial support to the Government in the area of sustainable livelihood and environmental sustainability. This is done through strengthening the productive capacity of communities in agriculture and fishing, supporting community-based rehabilitation and disaster risk reduction as well as sustainable land management, climate change adaptation and through a small grants programme on community-based integrated watershed management.   As part of the new programming cycle, UNDP Eritrea will be prioritising its activities in this critical area and work closely with the national leadership in addressing these growing inequality trends. Within the UNDP Country Office, the JPO will be with working in the Inclusive and Sustainable Development Unit as member of the UN Gender Thematic Group and contributing to the mainstreaming of gender priorities.    The UNDP Junior Professional Officer (JPO) Programme:  The UNDP JPO Programme equips outstanding young leaders with the skills and experience required to advance the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and make a positive difference in the world. As a pathway into the world of development, the programme offers young professionals excellent exposure to multilateral cooperation and sustainable development while providing a valuable entry point into the UN system.    During their assignments, JPOs benefit from the guidance of experienced UNDP staff members and are actively involved in supporting the design and implementation of UNDP's programs within UNDP's headquarters, regional or country offices.   Content and methodology of supervision:  As part of the UNDP JPO programme overall framework, the JPO will benefit from the following supervision modalities:  - Structured guidance provided by the supervisor, especially in the beginning of the assignment, with the purpose of gradually increasing the responsibilities of the JPO  - Establishment of a work plan, with clear key results  - Effective supervision through knowledge sharing and performance/development feedback throughout the assignment  - Easy access to the supervisor  - Participation in Unit/Team/Office meetings to ensure integration and operational effectiveness  - Guidance and advice in relation to learning and training opportunities within the field of expertise  - Completion of the yearly UNDP Performance Management Document (PMD)  - If more than one supervisor; clear agreement of the roles and responsibilities between the relevant parties    Training and Learning: - As part of the UNDP JPO programme overall framework, the JPO will benefit from the following training and learning opportunities: - Participation in a two-week long Programme Policy and Operations Induction Course within the first 3 to 6 months of assignment - Use of yearly JPO duty-related travel and training allocation (DTTA), as per the [online DTTA guide](http://www.jposc.org/content/JPOs/dtta-en.html) - Other training and learning opportunities, as presented in the [UNDP JPO Orientation Programme](http://www.jposc.org/documents/UNDP_JPO_Orientation_Programme.docx)  In addition, the JPO will benefit from the following specific training and learning modalities/opportunities in the receiving office: Eritrea CO   Duties and Responsibilities   1. Contribute to the design of new project documents within the Gender portfolio: - Thorough analysis and research of the policy, sectoral guidelines and gender informed inequalities in the country and provide substantive inputs to programmatic instruments of the Country Office (CO). - Ensure alignment of the new project documents with the UNSDCF (UN Sustainable Development Cooperation Framework), UNDP Strategic Plan, CPD (Country Programme Document) and CPAP (Country Office Action Plan); - Support the national partners in the design of the project annual workplans and quarter workplans; - Identify opportunities for deployment of relevant UNDP signature solutions and UNDPs integrator role and position UNDP CO as a key development partner in the area; - Follow up on acceded international protocols and advice Senior Management on the strategic entry-points for UNDP programming and advocacy.    2. Supports effective management of the CO portfolio: - Supports mainstreaming of the Gender priorities across all programmatic activities of the CO and follow up on Gender marker - Effective application of RBM (Result Based Management) tools, establishment of targets and monitoring results; - Support on timely reporting on projects and submission of IWP (Integrated Work Plan) on time with appropriate indicators and targets; - Under supervision, entry of projects into Atlas, finalization of contribution agreements; determination of required revisions; coordination of the mandatory and budget re-phasing exercises, closure of projects through review; - Participation and support in audit of NEX (National Execution) projects and follow up on the audit actions;    3. Liaison with Donor Community:  - Support in the development and maintain partnerships with key donors, development partners, UN agencies and foundations active in the broader areas of women empowerment, gender equality - Contribute in strengthening partnerships with UN Women and ensure programme alignment between the UNDP and UN Women Regional Office - Contribute to country led reviews/assessments and make analytical contributions to the key line Ministries. - Attend donor coordination meetings as required - Preparation of donor reports as required   4. Contribute to Strategic Partnerships and Resource Mobilisation: - Support and contribute to identifying strategic partnership opportunities for UNDP CO at the level of both policy dialogue and financing and support the CO in developing an integrated programme and financial support solutions    5. Support to the Programme Unit: - Contribute to the Programme Unit activities especially in launch events, preparation of annual and quarterly reports, updates to the CO ROAR, CO Annual Workplan, UN Annual Progress Reports, Midterm reviews etc. - Any other assignment assigned by Supervisor/Senior Management.    Competencies   Core - Innovation - Ability to make new and useful ideas work - Leadership  - Ability to persuade others to follow - People Management - Ability to improve performance and satisfaction - Communication - Ability to listen, adapt, persuade and transform - Delivery - Ability to get things done while exercising good judgement   Technical/functional Contributes high levels of skills and knowledge with demonstrated ability to advance innovation and continuous improvement, in professional area of expertise in: - Gender Issues and Analysis - Gender and Institutional Development   - Addressing Sexual and Gender based violence (SGBV)   - Human Rights - Women's Access to Justice     Required Skills and Experience   Education: - Master's degree in Gender Studies, Development Studies with specialisation in Gender and Gender Analysis; - or equivalent Advanced Degree in a related field of expertise    Experience: - A minimum of two years of paid working experience in a relevant field of expertise. - Experience of designing and implementing development projects will be distant advantage - Familiarity of the UNDP strategic focus, signature solutions and role as integrator is desirable.   Language Requirements: - Working knowledge of English - Minimum basic knowledge of Finnish or Swedish languages   Nationality: - This position is open only to Nationals of Finland   Other desirable education, languages and work experience: - Experience in the usage of computers and office software packages, experience in handling of web based management systems and social knowledge networks.       ___________________________________________________________________________ This is how cinfo can support you in the application process for this specific position:    - Before you apply for this position: Improve your application documents by registering for a [Job Application Support](http://www.cinfo.ch/en/job-application-support).  - After you have applied for this position: Swiss nationals are welcome to share a copy (PDF) of their application, as well as of this vacancy with recruitment@cinfo.ch. 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