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Data Analyst - SEA circular

Remote | Home Based - May require travel

  • Organization: UNEP - United Nations Environment Programme
  • Location: Remote | Home Based - May require travel
  • Grade: Level not specified - Level not specified
  • Occupational Groups:
    • Statistics
    • Information Technology and Computer Science
  • Closing Date: 2024-06-30

Result of Service
Under the direct supervision of SEA Circular Project Coordinator, Industry and Economy Division, Resources and Markets Branch, the consultant is required to conduct: • To develop a reporting templates and content for reporting results of SEA circular project • To analyse achievements of the workplan 2024 against the original and extension results framework of SEA circular. • To develop and/or update monitoring framework of the project through evidence based and qualitative reporting as relevant • To work with the project team to prepare and finalize the Annual Report 2024 (incl. a financial report) and the final annual report • To prepare, in consultation with the Communications Officer, a PowerPoint presentation of the Interim / Final Annual Report 2024 • To develop an impact report on SEA circular’s activities from 2018 to 2024 • To develop a summary report of the project’s key achievements • To provide inputs to outreach materials derived from the project. • To consolidate feedback received by UNEP Plastic Initiative • To undertake relevant tasks as required Performance indicators for evaluation of outputs. • Satisfactory completion of deliverables and receipt of quality outputs • Timely delivery and approvals of submitted deliverables
Work Location
Expected duration
6.5 months
Duties and Responsibilities
The UN Environment Programme (UNEP) is the United Nations system’s designated entity for addressing environmental issues at the global and regional levels. Its mandate is to coordinate the development of environmental policy consensus by keeping the global environment under review and bringing emerging issues to the attention of governments and the international community for action. UNEP’s Industry and Economy Division works with international governments and non-governmental organizations, national and local governments, business and industry to develop and implement policies, strategies, and practices that are cleaner and safer, incorporate environmental costs, use natural resources efficiently, reduce pollution and risks for humans and the environment, and enable the implementation of conventions and international agreements. The UNEP Medium Term Strategy (MTS) 2022-2025 identifies unsustainable consumption and production as the underlying cause of the current three planetary crises of climate change, biodiversity loss, and pollution. The MTS aims to address those existential threats by working towards climate stability, living in harmony with nature, and towards a pollution-free planet. Under the Chemicals and Pollution Action of the MTS, UNEP is developing and implementing the One Plastics Initiative aiming to trigger a systems' change to accelerate the transition towards a circular economy of plastics, with concerted actions by key stakeholders across the plastics life cycle, to end plastic pollution. The project "Reducing marine litter by addressing the management of the plastic value chain in South-East Asia" (SEA circular), under the UNEP Plastic Initiative is implemented by the UNEP and the Secretariat of COBSEA, with support from the Government of Sweden. The project runs from August 2018 to December 2024 and aims to reduce marine plastic litter by ensuring that less plastic is wasted in the face of largely inadequate waste management systems in the region. The project leverages the COBSEA intergovernmental mechanism and contributes to achievement of the COBSEA Regional Action Plan on Marine Litter (RAP MALI). Project activities take place in six target countries (Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Thailand, Viet Nam) with knowledge sharing across all nine COBSEA countries (incl. PR China, Singapore, Republic of Korea) in four output areas: • Output 1: Market-based solutions in the way plastic is managed are promoted and demonstrated, including effective business incentives for reducing single-use and hard-to-recycle plastic and improving recovery and recycling. • Output 2: Strengthening the scientific basis for effective decision-making, by identifying and closing research gaps, and building national capacities to monitor and assess the sources, flow and impacts of marine litter in line with global guidelines and COBSEA regional guidance on harmonized monitoring programmes. • Output 3: Outreach on marine litter and plastic pollution raises awareness to promote behavioural change among consumers and businesses, and to create an enabling space for policy development. • Output 4: Regional networking and leveraging COBSEA regional mechanisms to strengthen regionally coherent national marine litter planning, engage constituencies and facilitate multi-stakeholder knowledge exchange, including coordination with regional frameworks such as the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN). The Purpose of the consultancy is to support results-based monitoring and evaluation for SEA circular project consistent with its results framework, outputs and indicators for the overall duration of the project from 2018 – 2024 Specifically, to build evidence base through a series of analytical work and review SEA circular Knowledge Products and identify the connection to SEA circular project's results framework and reporting requirements (including the gaps) at output and outcome levels.
Qualifications/special skills
• Advanced University degree having a focus on environment/development studies, natural resource management, sustainable development, political science, related discipline, or the equivalent combination of education and experience in a relevant field is required. A first-level university degree in combination with qualifying experience may be accepted in lieu of the advanced university degree. • At least 7 years of progressive experience in environment management, preferably including experience of working on joint UN initiatives and sustainable development goals, plastics value chain and marine plastic pollution; • Demonstrated experience in developing communication and stakeholder engagement strategies, advocacy plans, media engagement etc. especially related to environmental issues required; • Experience in Asia and the Pacific Region, and Regional and Sub-regional bodies is desirable; • Experience in the application of approaches in policy and business sector in Asia and the Pacific is desirable; • Working experience in a multicultural environment including United Nations is desirable; • Demonstrated excellence in communications and writing skills. Special skills/knowledge: • Information and data mapping and analysis (mandatory); data analysis report writing and presentations (mandatory); experience on marine and /or marine plastic pollution issues (desirable)
• English and French are the working languages of the United Nations Secretariat. For the position advertised, fluency in oral and written English is required. Knowledge of another official United Nations language is an advantage.
Additional Information
Not available.
No Fee
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