Deadline: 30 May 2021
United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) is currently seeking applications from the eligible applicants for the post of Technical Adviser and Project Manager-Pacific Anti-Corruption Project in Suva, Fiji. The duration of this post is 2 years.
UNDP works in nearly 170 countries and territories, helping to achieve the eradication of poverty, and the reduction of inequalities and exclusion.
Key Jobs Responsibilities
The Technical Adviser and Project Manager-Pacific Anti-Corruption Project will perform the following functions-
- Effective results-based project management
- Ensure the achievement of outputs and project results in line with the approved work plan through the day-to-day planning, management coordination and implementation of activities.
- Manage the human and financial resources to achieve quality results as outlined in the project document, on time and on budget.
- Regional Policy Advocacy and Advisory Services:
- Engage in effective advocacy towards Pacific Governments, CROP agencies, regional and international organizations and CSO counterparts on the value and means of promoting accountability and addressing corruption in the Pacific.
- Provide technical advice to government counterparts on how to promote accountability and tackle corruption in the Pacific, including by providing technical advice and support to implement UNCAC.
- Policy Development
- Facilitate regional and global policy developments on accountability, anti-corruption and FOI that are grounded in cutting edge policy developments and practices from the region, fed into HQ policy processes, and replicated in countries throughout the Pacific.
- Strengthen UNDP’s policies and programmes in the areas of governance, accountability, anti-corruption and FOI, as well as UNDP potential for influence within the international community by effectively channeling the views and perspectives from partners in the region to the global level.
- Partnership Building and resource mobilization
- Effectively position UNDP anti-corruption work and related regional governance programmes and initiatives to ensure that the MCO’s approach to accountability, anti-corruption and FOI policy and programming is understood and supported by UN agencies, CROPs, regional and international organizations and other external partners.
Applicants must have:
- Post-graduate (Master’s) Degree in development studies, economics, law, international relations, political science or related area.
- At least 7 year’s progressively responsible relevant work experience in international development in the area of anti-corruption, accountability and/or FOI, as well as general governance-related work.
- Proven professional record in the areas in the area of anti-corruption, accountability, and/or FOI.
- Demonstrate ability to handle discrete/sensitive political issues with tact and diplomacy.
- Demonstrate team building and project management skills in a multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural environment.
- Good knowledge and understanding of UN/UNDP.
- Familiar with Pacific development issues at regional and national levels and working experience in the Pacific would be an advantage.
- Excellent command of written and spoken English essential.
How to Apply
Applicants must submit their applications through online process.
For more information, visit UNDP.