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Individual Contractor – Monitoring, Evaluation, Learning & Reporting


  • Organization: UN - United Nations
  • Location: Vienna
  • Grade: Consultancy - Consultant - Contractors Agreement
  • Occupational Groups:
    • Communication and Public Information
    • Education, Learning and Training
    • Monitoring and Evaluation
    • Documentation and Information Management
  • Closing Date: Closed

Result of Service

Under the overall supervision of the Chief of TSS/CEB and the guidance of relevant programme managers and substantive officers, the Individual Contractor will perform the following specific tasks:

i. Support in collecting, analysing and processing data for the purpose of monitoring, evaluation, learning and reporting
ii. Support in drafting of interim and annual progress reports and other updates
iii. Assist in coordinating and administering and analysing satisfaction surveys, pre- and post-tests and other activities to measure the impact of technical assistance
iv. Support in identifying learnings and developing suggestions for continuous improvement of technical assistance delivery
v. Support in reviewing and updating project work plans and project budgets
vi. Assist in developing results- and evidence-based messages and impact narratives for communications

On a weekly basis, the Individual Contractor will deliver progress reports and updates on how the tasks foreseen above are being carried out.

Payments will be made on a monthly basis, based on actual days worked. Payments are to be released based on satisfactory completion of tasks, as evaluated by the supervisor..

All the outputs should meet the satisfaction of UNODC, as assessed by the Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice Officer, according to the following indicators:

The Individual Contractor will deliver the specific tasks mentioned above on an on-going basis throughout the contractual period and under the day-to-day management of the assigned project staff, with the overall supervision of the Chief (TSS/CEB), the programme managers and the substantive officers assigned to these projects. Specific tasks and guidance will be discussed and agreed upon at the beginning of each month.
All written deliverables must be in line with UN spelling, editorial and style guidelines and any templates provided by UNODC and supported by relevant documentation. For written deliverables, the Individual Contractor should ensure correct use of language as well as optimal flow, logic, clarity and consistency of the documents.

All tasks must be conducted in close consultation with UNODC. Plagiarism and unauthorized use of copyrighted materials will not be tolerated.

Work Location


Expected duration

On a part-time basis, from 15 May to 31 December 2023, for a total of 100 working days.

Duties and Responsibilities

Background of the assignment:

The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) is the global leader in the fight against drugs, organized crime, corruption and terrorism with widely recognized expertise and specialization on issues pertaining to international cooperation in criminal matters. Established in 1997 through a merger between the United Nations Drug Control Programme and the Centre for International Crime Prevention, UNODC operates in all regions of the world through an extensive network of field offices. The work of UNODC is guided by a broad range of international legally binding instruments and a set of United Nations standards and norms on crime prevention and criminal justice.
UNODC, as guardian of the United Nations Convention against Corruption (UNCAC) and Secretariat to the Conference of the States Parties to the Convention, has the mandate to provide support and technical assistance to States parties to effectively implement the Convention, including on business integrity. The backbone for UNODC anti-corruption work is the normative framework provided by UNCAC. As part of its Global Programme against Corruption, UNODC has been implementing projects funded by the Siemens Integrity Initiative on business integrity since 2011, under four funding rounds with activities delivered in more than 17 countries. The projects implemented by UNODC aim to strengthen legal frameworks, promote public-private dialogue, increase knowledge of good practices to prevent and counter corruption in the private sector and deliver education programmes to equip future employers and business leaders with ethical mindsets. More information is available on the UNODC Business Integrity Portal (

In this context, UNODC is seeking an individual contractor who will support UNODC in monitoring, evaluation, learning and reporting on business integrity projects.

The individual contractor will be home-based or based in Vienna. The individual contractor will engage with UNODC staff primarily via electronic means. The individual contractor will receive guidance from UNODC and will be required to periodically report on progress and outcomes.

Qualifications/special skills

• A high school diploma or equivalent is required. University studies in economics, statistics or social science or in a subject closely related to programme and project management is desirable;

• Two (2) years of work experience, preferably in the field of project management, are required;

• Experience in monitoring, evaluation and reporting is required;

• Experience in using quantitative and qualitative methods to analyse data sets is desirable;

• Experience in the area of anti-corruption, business integrity or compliance is desirable;

• Excellent drafting and reporting skills are required; Excellent command of MS Excel, MS Word and MS PowerPoint is required; Excellent verbal and written communication skills are required;

• Previous experience with the United Nations is desirable.


• English and French are the working languages of the United Nations Secretariat. For this post, fluency in oral and written English is required. Knowledge of another official United Nations language is an advantage.

No Fee


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