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SEESAC Project Coordinator / Project Analyst
|Location :||Tirana, ALBANIA|
|Application Deadline :||22-Feb-16 (Midnight New York, USA)|
|Type of Contract :||Service Contract|
|Post Level :||SB-4|
|Languages Required :||English|
|Expected Duration of Assignment :||Until 31 December 2016|
UNDP is committed to achieving workforce diversity in terms of gender, nationality and culture. Individuals from minority groups, indigenous groups and persons with disabilities are equally encouraged to apply. All applications will be treated with the strictest confidence.
UNDP does not tolerate sexual exploitation and abuse, any kind of harassment, including sexual harassment, and discrimination. All selected candidates will, therefore, undergo rigorous reference and background checks.
The Project Coordinator ensures implementation of activities within the UNDP SEESAC portfolio under the direct supervision of the SEESAC Senior Programme Coordinator and the overall guidance of Programme Specialist, Citizen Security and SGBV/ SEESAC Coordinator at the Istanbul Regional Hub.
The South Eastern and Eastern Europe Clearinghouse for the Control of Small Arms and Light Weapons (SEESAC) is a joint initiative of the UNDP and the Regional Cooperation Council (SEESAC functions under the mandate given to it by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the Regional Cooperation Council (RCC)). As such, it is an integral part of UNDP’s work in the Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States (ECIS) region and has, since 2002, worked primarily to strengthen the capacities of national and regional stakeholders to control and reduce the proliferation and misuse of small arms and light weapons, and thus contribute to enhanced stability, security and development in South Eastern and Eastern Europe (The countries and territories covered by SEESAC and its mandate include: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo (all references in the context of UNSCR 1244), Moldova, Montenegro, Serbia, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia). SEESAC also has a distinguished record working closely with national Ministries to mainstream gender equality and this aspect will remain central to the programme.
Going forward, SEESAC will maintain its long-standing work in South-Eastern Europe the small arms and light weapons and gender equality in security sector reform fields, under the framework of the Regional Cooperation Council (RCC), reporting regularly to the Regional Steering Committee. The programme will continue and, where possible, scale up the innovative work it has pioneered in fostering confidence between rule of law providers within southeast Europe, as well as in the fields of innovation, security and technology. In addition, SEESAC will increasingly focus on sharing the capacity it has developed over the years through line ministries and UNDP offices in order to address community and other security needs - arms control, mine action, border management, community policing and export control – beyond the sub-region, and provide guidance on introducing gender equality into the security sector.
On 9 December 2013 the Council of the European Union passed the Council Decision 2013/730/CFSP in support of SEESAC disarmament and arms control activities in South East Europe. This way the 28 EU member states secured over EUR 5 million for the implementation key SALW Control Activities by SEESAC. The new phase of activities builds directly upon the SALW Control work SEESAC successfully completed during the 2010-2012 period under the Council Decision 2010/179/CFSP, and is part of the overall SEESAC Arms Control portfolio.
In addition to this, SEESAC, since 2012 is implementing the Strengthening of Regional Cooperation on Gender Mainstreaming in Security Sector Reform in the Western Balkans project working to support the institutionalization of gender focal points in Ministries of Defence and the armed forces; reform of human resources policies to improve recruitment and retention of women in the military; and increase gender awareness in the armed forces thus creating a more enabling environment for gender equality in defense.
Both initiatives significantly enhance SEESAC’s capacity to continue to strengthen safety and security through regional cooperation in South East Europe.
Duties and Responsibilities
Summary of key functions:
1. Ensures results oriented, effective, efficient and accountable implementation of activities within the UNDP SEESAC portfolio and focusing on achievement of the following results:
2. Provides top quality advisory services to the Governments and ensures facilitation of knowledge building and management focusing on achievement of the following results:
3. Supports creation of strategic partnerships and implementation of the resource mobilization strategy focusing on achievement of the following results:
Impact of Results:
The key results have an impact on the success of UNDP SEESAC portfolio. In particular, the key results have an impact on the design, implementation of activities, maintaining and identifying new strategic partnerships as well as reaching resource mobilization targets.
Advocacy/Advancing A Policy-Oriented Agenda
Level 1.2: Preparing information for advocacy
Results-Based Programme Development and Management
Level 1.2: Contributes into results through primary research and analysis
Building Strategic Partnerships
Level 1.2: Maintaining a network of contacts
Innovation and Marketing New Approaches
Level 1.2: Enhancing processes or products
Level 1.2: Providing inputs to resource mobilization strategies
Promoting Organizational Learning and Knowledge Sharing
Level 1.2: Basic research and analysis
Job Knowledge/Technical Expertise
Level 1.2: Fundamental knowledge of own discipline
Global Leadership and Advocacy for UNDP’s Goals
Level 1.2: Preparing information for global advocacy
Level 1.2: Establishing effective client relationships
Prince2 training and certification, RMG
Required Skills and Experience
Qualified candidates are requested to apply online via UNDP Albania website. Applications should contain:
Incomplete applications will not be considered. Please make sure you have provided all requested materials
Qualified women, members of minorities and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
Due to large number of applications we receive, we are able to inform only the successful candidates about the outcome or status of the selection process.
How to Submit the Application:
To submit your application online, please follow the steps below:
As this position is under Service Contract modality, only applicants with Albanian nationality or valid working permit in Albania will be considered for the vacancy.
If you are experiencing difficulties with online job applications, please contact the eRecruit Helpdesk.