Knowledge Management Officer
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 Program (UNDP) implements programs in order to empower more and more people and thus help nations to become stronger and more resilient. UNDP is present in 177 countries and territories and works with people to achieve their own solutions to global and national development challenges. UNDP has been present in Guinea-Bissau since the signing of the Cooperation Agreement with the Government of Guinea-Bissau after independence in 1975. Since then, UNDP has been implementing programs in partnership with the Government and Civil Society Organizations, promoting sustainable development, democratic governance and economic growth. To ensure an effective programmatic delivery, UNDP must uphold an adaptive management approach through which interventions can be reformulated as necessary to better respond to changing country priorities and needs. In line with the UNDP Knowledge Management Strategy and Framework (2022-2025), creating a system of knowledge and a culture of learning provides a robust foundation for meaningful action and impact through evidence-based decision-making. To this end, UNDP Guinea-Bissau is seeking a Knowledge Management Officer to lead the internal transformation process in coordination with the four programmatic clusters – Economic and Strategy, Sustainable Development, Governance, and Health and Social Protection – in view of streamlining the internal data and knowledge management processes of the Country Office.
1. Optimize the generation and flow of knowledge across the office a. Identify all indicators defined in ongoing projects b. Map data collection processes in each of the four programmatic clusters c. Streamline and aggregate common indicators across the clusters d. Define core programmatic indicators for all relevant projects e. Ensure coherent linkage between project-level indicators and Country Programme Document indicators f. Liaise with the Crisis Risk Bureau team to set up a Knowledge Management Hub g. Identify relevant knowledge products and support the creation of an online library with the support of the Crisis Risk Bureau 2. Share knowledge through dynamic networks that drive a culture of learning a. Promote regular communication and collaboration through brainstorming sessions and cross-functional projects b. Organize intra- and inter-cluster meetings to discuss knowledge insights, challenges, and possible solutions (pilot initiatives) in coordination with the Accelerator Lab c. Liaise with the Communications Team to increase the visibility of knowledge materials through internal and external channels d. Review and organize the centralized knowledge repository 3. Apply knowledge across development portfolios to sharpen results and impact a. Translate knowledge insights into new value propositions by preparing internal quarterly reports based on the data gathered b. Support the implementation of pilot initiatives and knowledge generation c. Define new metrics to measure progress for knowledge understanding and use
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