Project Coordination Officer
- Reports to: Project Manager
- Project reference: 00122350
- Budgeted Level: SC9
Output 1: Capacity to oversee and monitor national anti-corruption strategy institutionalized and supported;
Under the direct supervision and guidance of the Project Manager, the Project Coordination Officer will be responsible for functions and key results outlined below.
Duties and Responsibilities
- Support the development of the annual workplans, as well as quarterly workplans, and corresponding budget plans contributing to the achievement of targeted outputs specified in the project document
- Monitor project progress against work plans and budget plans and prepare project progress reports (quarterly, annual, risk log, and substantive) to UNDP
- Prepare terms of reference for required inputs (individual and institutional consultancy services, procurement of goods, organization of training, seminars, etc.) with expert technical support as required
- Coordinate closely with relevant parties to ensure that the procurement of services for project implementation is processed in timely and transparent manner
- Undertake and coordinate, as applicable, all operational aspects for the successful organization of project activities in an efficient and effective manner
- Ensures timely communication and visibility of project activities and outputs
- Coordinate with resource persons and project stakeholders to ensure their timely inputs to project activities
- Coordinate with the Regional Programme and other CO related outputs on different aspects of project implementation
- Gather and disseminate all related information from different channels and sources to relevant parties
- Fulfill any other related task as requested and guided by the Project Manager
- Knowledge of Lebanese political, social, and economic contexts, as well as current challenges
- Knowledge of anti-corruption concepts, standards and practices, including the UN Convention against Corruption, as well as the related institutional and legislative landscape in Lebanon
- Strong ability to draft, edit, and produce results-focused reports meeting UNDP standard
- Displays cultural, gender, race, nationality and age sensitivity and adaptability;
- Excellent interpersonal, communication and writing skills, as well as teamwork
- Excellent organizational, planning, and analytical skills
- Proven versatility and ability to adapt to complex, volatile and demanding working environment.
- Dedication to the principles of UNDP, especially of its mission, vision, values, and working in a culture of neutrality
- Fluent in the use of computers, MS Office (namely, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint) and online research facilities
Required Skills and Experience
- Bachelor’s Degree or Master’s Degree in business administration, political and social sciences or any other related field.
- At least 6 years of relevant professional experience with a Bachelor’s degree, or 4 years with a Master’s degree.
- Proven experience in the area of anti-corruption, and more broadly governance.
- Experience with UN agencies, and/or Lebanese public administration is required.
- Solid experience in project coordination
- Proven experience in working with a wide range of partners (public institutions, private sector, donors, civil society)
- Fluency in written and oral Arabic and English. Knowledge of French is an asset.
Important applicant information
All posts in the SC categories are subject to local recruitment.
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