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Reporting Specialist

Mauritania

  • Organization: UNV - United Nations Volunteers
  • Location: Mauritania
  • Grade: Level not specified
  • Occupational Groups:
    • Communication and Public Information
    • External Relations, Partnerships and Resource mobilization
    • Documentation and Information Management
  • Closing Date: 2022-07-03

Details

Mission and objectives

Update L'UNICEF travaille en Mauritanie et à travers le monde pour venir en aide aux enfants les plus vulnérables, notamment pour qu'ils aient accès à des services de santé, une alimentation, de l'eau et une éducation de qualité et qu’ils grandissent protégés contre la violence et l’exploitation. Créé en 1946, UNICEF, le Fonds des Nations Unies pour l’enfance est mandaté par les dirigeants du monde entier, pour intervenir pour venir en aide aux enfants. UNICEF s’appuie sur la Convention relative aux droits de l’enfant dans laquelle les États parties se sont engagés à garantir à tout enfant relevant de leur juridiction, sans distinction aucune, indépendamment de toute considération de race, de couleur, de sexe, de langue, de religion, d’opinion politique ou autre de l’enfant ou de ses parents ou représentants légaux, de leur origine nationale, ethnique ou sociale, de leur situation de fortune, de leur incapacité, de leur naissance ou de toute autre situation. UNICEF a une conviction : Chaque enfant a le droit de survivre, de s’épanouir et de réaliser tout leur potentiel, pour bâtir un monde meilleur. Nous travaillons sans relâche, dans certains des endroits les plus inhospitaliers du monde, pour atteindre les enfants les plus en danger et les plus défavorisés.

Context

As part of its resource mobilization strategy, UNICEF Mauritania is recruiting an IUNV- Reporting Specialist to support the production of quality, results-based donor reports and proposals. Thus includes, but is not limited to, gathering/building evidence with programmatic teams, supporting project monitoring activities, producing communication/advocacy products, managing information, proofreading, translation, cross-checking data, and layout/formatting). The IUNV will also be tasked with information management and archiving of project agreements, proposals, budgets, reports, data (studies, dashboards, donor visibility elements, etc.) and ensuring that it is organized and user-friendly. Overall, the Mauritania country office is looking for a young professional who can contribute to the submission of high-quality results-based reports with contributions from the Health-Nutrition, Education, Child Protection, Communication-C4D, WASH, and Social Policy programmes. The IUN Volunteer will be hosted by UNICEF under the supervision of the Partnership Specialist (P-3) and will work closely with all Programme teams.

Task description

The overall objective of this mission is to assist the office in producing high quality results-based donor reports and funding proposals in a timely manner. The IUNV will follow detailed workplans and review the content and format of donor documents as per the Donor Office’s SOPs. This includes, but is not limited to, gathering evidence and communication stories with programmatic teams via field missions, information management, proofreading, translation, cross-checking figures and reference, and layout/formatting. The IUNV will ensure that all documents are checked for clarity and comprehension, respecting UNICEF terminology (compliance with the available guidelines and UNICEF brand rules), UNICEF strategic priorities, grammatical and factual accuracy, and consistency with donor guidance, the proposal and/or previous reports. The format and type of documents might vary depending on donor/NYHQ/WCARO requirements. The IUNV will also be tasked with archiving all relevant documents in an organized and user-friendly manner. The IUNV will be based in Nouakchott and work under the guidance of the Partnership Specialist (P-3), in close collaboration with UNICEF programmes. This work will involve the following: • Supporting Programme teams to produce high quality reports and other donor docu-ments by internal deadlines (narrative, logframes, workplans, budget, visibility ele-ments gathered on field missions, etc.) This an include inter-agency reports and pro-posals. • Production of documents for resource mobilization and other communication docu-ments using evidence gathered with Programme teams and/or on field missions. • Information management and archiving donor documents such as agreements, pro-posals, budgets, reports, evidence/studies/data/dashboards, donor visibility elements, etc. • Submitting all documents in compliance with the available donor guidelines and UNICEF brand rules (see UNICEF Style Book) • Checking documents for clarity and comprehension, respecting UNICEF terminology, grammatical and factual accuracy, and consistency • Proof-reading, cross-checking of figures and references of reports • Translation of documents from French to English and from English to French. A ro-bust command of English and French is required for this position (fluent). • Supporting Programme teams in creating appealing communication/advocacy prod-ucts, including graphic design, infographics, photography • Performs other related duties as assigned by the supervisor

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