UNICEF Indonesia is seeking highly qualified Indonesian nationals to fill the following position:
Social Policy Monitoring & Evaluation Specialist – Jayapura
Under the general guidance of the Chief Field Office, responsible for leading / facilitating district base Maternal & Child Survival, Development and Protection (MCSDP) programme planning, implementation, management, supervision and monitoring utilization of UNICEF assistance in the districts. This will take place within an overall focus on evidence-based policies, budgeting, ensuring all programmes are strategic, and are well evaluated and documented for further scaling-up as well as linkages to overall policies and budget decisions. In addition, to ensure that programmes are informed by policies, and feedback into further revision and enhancement of these. Qualifications: Advanced University Degree in related field. Five (5) years progressively responsible experience in programme design, administration, social development, monitoring & evaluation in related field. Experience in policy and budget work, as well as evidence-based advocacy for child and gender centered work. Fluency in English and Bahasa Indonesia is required. Knowledge of another UN working language is an asset. Current knowledge of development issues, policies as well as social programming policies and procedures in international development cooperation. Analytical, negotiating, communication and advocacy skills. Training ability. Good knowledge of computer management and applications. Ability to work in an international & multi-cultural environment.
Candidates should submit an application letter together with comprehensive curriculum vitae, a recent identity photograph post title applied on the envelope, to HR Specialist UNICEF, Wisma Metropolitan 11, 11th floor, JI. Jend. Sudirman Kay. 31 Jakarta 12920 or send electronically to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please quote the post title applied on the subject line.
Closing date: July 11th 2009. Applications from qualified women are encouraged.
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