Project Officer GNB 2030
Mission and objectives
UNDP works in about 170 countries and territories, helping to achieve eradication of poverty, and the reduction of inequalities and exclusion. It helps countries to develop policies, leadership skills, partnering abilities, institutional capabilities and build resilience to sustain development results. Present in Guinea-Bissau since the signature of the Cooperation Agreement with the Government of Guinea-Bissau on 29 June, 1975, immediately after the independence, UNDP focuses its interventions in the country in the support to democratic governance, sustainable, inclusive and resilient development, working for a future that offers equality, dignity and opportunities for all following the commitment to the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. UNDP is partnering with the Government of Guinea-Bissau, local and international NGOs, the sister UN agencies, Civil Society Organizations, private sector and local communities to identify local solutions to face global and national development challenges through access to methodology, knowledge sharing, consulting and wide network of technical international cooperation.
The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) is a leading global organization dedicated to promoting sustainable development and eradicating poverty. Its mission is to work with countries to address pressing challenges, foster inclusive growth, protect the environment, and ensure that all people can lead dignified lives. UNDP operates in nearly every country, working in partnership with governments, civil society organizations, and the private sector to advance the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). With a presence in over 170 countries and territories, UNDP leverages its expertise, resources, and networks to facilitate positive change in the following key areas: Poverty reduction, gender equality, climate action, democratic governance, innovation and technologies, crisis response and among other areas. The UNDP has maintained its presence in Guinea-Bissau since June 29, 1975, when it signed a Cooperation Agreement with the Government of Guinea-Bissau shortly after the country gained independence. Over the years, numerous collaborative initiatives with the government and civil society organizations have been carried out in Guinea-Bissau, all aimed at fostering sustainable development, strengthening democratic governance, and fostering economic growth within the country. This assignment is part of UNDP’s project Building Forward Better in Guinea-Bissau. The ‘Building Better from Here On in Guinea-Bissau – Guinea Bissau 2030 Strategic Vision’ project seeks to generate and use cutting-edge research and knowledge resources to develop better development strategies, coordinate allocation of development finance and, through an operational Partnership for Development Framework (DPF), strengthen institutional capacities to attract public and private as well as internal and external resources. This will be achieved through the implementation of an Integrated National Financing Framework (INFF), including a Development Financing Assessment (DFA) process and pursuant Financing Strategy, that would have a transformative effect on the planning and implementation of development programs, allowing a strategic and efficient use of available financial resources, better targeting of interventions, and effective monitoring/evaluation of development programs and their resource allocations by the Government, international partners and the private sector.
Within the delegated authority and under the supervision of the Economics Advisor and National Economist, or his/her designated mandated representative(s), the Project Officer will: - Contribute to the overall management and implementation of the Guinea-Bissau 2030 project initiatives; - Support timely and high-quality delivery of outputs according to the project work plans and programme procedures of the Strategic and Economics Cluster. - Apply established systems and procedures and assists in the creation of substantive knowledge by compiling, synthesizing, and analyzing information relevant to the successful implementation of the Guinea-Bissau 2030 project. - Support the Economics Advisor and National Economist in the implementation of INFF and coordination of DFA exercise and Finance Strategy. - Work closely with Data and M&E Analyst in implementing the SDG Data Action Plan, Crisis Risk Dashboard (CRD), INFF Dashboard, and other data systems for SDG implementation in coordination with the government, UN Agencies and • Types of activities supported by the project officer include • Oversee delivery of all operational and logistical aspects of the Guinea-Bissau 2030 project, ensuring day-to-day operations run efficiently and comply with the policies and procedures of the Strategic and Economics Cluster. • Assist the Economics Advisor and National Economist with the drafting of project concept notes. • Participate and oversee contractors and suppliers’ agreements and review invoices prior to processing by the Project assistant. • Propose and facilitate the processing of contracts for consultants/service providers and external partners that provide services to the Guinea-Bissau 2030 project. This includes preparing and filing documents, completing necessary forms and templates, uploading TOR, and making necessary logistical arrangements. • Responsible for the drafting of TORs for experts/companies being contracted to provide services to the Guinea-Bissau 2030 projects. • Draft proposals and narrative descriptions of outcomes on Programme activities for M&E and Strategic and Policy Unit. • Maintain regular communications with team members –– including the Economics Advisor, National Economist, Data / M&E Analyst, Programme and Project Manager(s). • Regularly liaise with other program stakeholders – including current and potential stakeholders, and host organizations. • Assist the Economics Advisor and National Economist in regular communication with Stakeholders and Guinea-Bissau 2030 service providers. • Support the development of results-based communications products with the communication officer of Strategic and Economics Cluster and Monitoring events and news developments relating to the Guinea-Bissau 2030 project. • Assist with other related tasks, as requested by the Economics Advisor and National Economist. • Participate in the mobilization of resources and partnerships aimed at strengthening the capacity of UNDP for better project implementation and contribute to gender empowerment and equity in the Leave No One Behind program.
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