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Deputy Representative, P5, Caracas, Venezuela #107907, Venezuela, Unicef Canada

Venezuela, Venezuela, Venezuela
Publicado 2023-01-26
Caduca 2023-02-26
ID #1362835429
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Deputy Representative, P5, Caracas, Venezuela #107907, Venezuela, Unicef Canada
Venezuela, Venezuela, Venezuela,
Publicado January 26, 2023

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El tipo de trabajo: Tiempo completo
Tipo de contrato: Permanente
Tipo de salario: Mensual
Ocupación: Deputy representative, p5, caracas, venezuela #107907


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How can you make a difference?CO Programme planning and development Coordinate the planning and updating of the situation analysis by the various sectors in the CO to establish comprehensive data and information for programme development planning, management, monitoring and evaluation.Provide advice to the Representative on strategies, direction and planning of programmes and projects to translate analytical data/information (from situation analysis) and national priorities and goals into concrete country programmes and projects that advances UNICEF goals in the country on child rights, survival and development.Guide and advise the various sectoral teams throughout the process of programme formulation, planning and preparation of the Country Programme ensuring harmonization of approaches and alignment with the UNICEF Strategic Plan, corporate guidelines, policies/procedures and regional and national priorities.Provide technical and operational guidance to the heads of sectors and their team, as delegated by the Representative, throughout all stages of the programming process to ensure cooperation, collaboration and harmonization of programmes and projects.Coordinate necessary technical programming support from PD/Regional Office.Review the country programme recommendation before approval by the Representative to ensure the quality of the country programme recommendation and alignment with UNICEF’s Strategic plan, compliance with policies and procedures and that documentation materials are completed accurately and comprehensively to facilitate Executive Board review and approval. Support to the Representative on managing the CO Serve as officer in charge in the absence of the Representative.Monitor and assess programmes and operations and provide advice on best and innovative programming and management practices to enhance programming and operations.Advise the Representative on CO annual work planning, setting priorities/targets and establishing performance measurements. Monitor implementation and progress of work plans; collaborate with colleagues to assist, advise and guide the Representative to ensure achievement of results according to targets and performance standards. Take timely decisions to achieve results and/or alert the Representative for timely action.Establish clear individual performance objectives, goals and timelines; and provide timely guidance to his/her supervisees to enable them to perform their duties responsibly and efficiently. Plan and ensure timely performance planning, management and assessment.Work collaboratively with the Representative and the various sectors to facilitate/contribute to the preparation of the CO budget proposal. Monitor critical issues to resolve problems and/or recommend to the Representative appropriate action to ensure appropriate and optimum use of resources. Monitoring and quality control of Programmes Participate in meetings/events and annual/mid-term reviews with government, UN Agencies and other counterparts/stakeholders to contribute to strategic programme discussions, planning and assessments.Evaluate overall programme progress; identify weaknesses, bottlenecks and potential problems. Collaborate with the sectors and/or other partners and stakeholders to resolve issues and/or advise the Representative on resolutions to ensure delivery of results as planned and allocated.Monitor the optimum and appropriate use of programme resources (financial, human, administrative and other assets) and verify compliance with organizational rules, regulations and procedures, donor commitments and standards of accountability and integrity. Approve disbursements and allocations in accordance with delegation of authority established by the Representative.Coordinate and/or provide advice on the preparation of mandated programme and operational reports. Confirm accuracy of reports prior to approval by the Representative. Representation, alliance building and UN System coordination Represent UNICEF (as appropriate/delegated) in organizational, regional, global, public information/relations events and key meetings to contribute to strategic discussions on programming issues, policy dialogue, discuss initiatives, report on progress achieved, present papers/ideas and/or advocate UNICEF’s vision in the Country that is consistent with UNICEF Strategic Plan and supportive of national development goals and priorities.Represent the UNICEF Representative in the UN Country Team (UNCT) to collaborate with RC/HC and UN system partners to strengthen UN system interagency coherence, collaboration, cooperation and harmonization of programming, common services and operations. Ensure organizational position, interests and priorities are fully considered and integrated in the UNSDCF development planning and agenda/priority setting.Collaborate with inter-agency counterparts on UNSDCF country development planning of programmes/projects.Build and strengthen strategic partnerships with government institutions, national stakeholders and global partners/allies/donors/academia to advocate UNICEF goals to advance child’s right to survival, development and well-being, mobilize resources, seek cooperation and establish alliances. Business Engagement and Partnerships Ensure alignment and stay updated on the latest developments, tools and guidance linked to Business for Results (B4R) through the Regional Offices, Regional Programme Networks, Regional Support Centers for PFP and Headquarter Divisions especially Programme Division. Lead the application of these tools and the capacity building of staff to integrate private sector engagement systematically in all programme areas.Lead the creation of a conducive and optimal environment, capacities and systems within the country office, to allow the private and public sectors to be engaged appropriately for achieving results for children.Systematically integrate considerations and strategies around work with and on the private sector into programme strategies and plans; articulate and leverage the private-public sector joint contribution to achieving results for children in support of the Country Programme; and where applicable, the programmes globally.Support the development and smooth execution of the resource mobilization strategy from public and private sectors, linking to the programme results. Engage with partners on concrete initiatives, linked to programmes initiatives that are supported by them. Innovation, knowledge management and capacity building Advise the Representative and other internal colleagues in the CO on the conceptualization, development and implementation of policies and procedures, use of latest information technology and introduction of innovation and best practices in the CO to ensure optimum efficiency and efficacy in programming and operations.Coordinate the collection, institutionalization and sharing of lessons learned to enhance performance and to use lessons learned in development/policy planning.Promote learning and development through planning and organization of training events, activities and other capacity building initiatives to enhance the competencies/productivity of staff members. To qualify as an advocate for every child you will have… An advanced university degree (Master’s or higher) in one of the following fields is required: social sciences, international relations, government, and public relations, public or social policy, sociology, social or community development, or another relevant technical field.A minimum of 10 years of relevant professional experience that combines technical and managerial leadership in development cooperation at the international level, some of which served in Complex High-Threat EnvironmentsRelevant professional experience with the UN system or organization and inter-agency coordination is considered as an asset.Work experience in Middle-High Income Country contexts under political/emergency/humanitarian crisis and leadership in operationalization of the triple nexus approach is considered an asset.Experience leading change management initiatives is an asset.Experience in resource mobilization and managing multi-donor funds and/or donor relations is desirable.Fluency in Spanish and English is required. Knowledge of another official UN language (Arabic, Chinese, French or Russian). For every Child, you demonstrate…UNICEF's values of Care, Respect, Integrity, Trust, and Accountability (CRITA). Core Competencies Nurtures, Leads and Manages People (3)Demonstrates Self Awareness and Ethical Awareness (3)Works Collaboratively with others (3)Builds and Maintains Partnerships (3)Innovates and Embraces Change (3)Thinks and Acts Strategically (3)Drive to achieve impactful results (3)Manages ambiguity and complexity (3)

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