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Team Leader for the Elaboration of the Mauritius Strategic Partnership Framework 2019-2023 Including Formulation of the Associated Results Resource Framework Project Summary Table
|Location :||Home-based and Port Louis, MAURITIUS|
|Application Deadline :||08-Aug-18 (Midnight New York, USA)|
|Type of Contract :||Individual Contract|
|Post Level :||International Consultant|
|Languages Required :||English|
|Starting Date :|
(date when the selected candidate is expected to start)
|Duration of Initial Contract :||Maximum of 30 working days (Home based) / 27 August 2018 to 15 January 2019|
|Expected Duration of Assignment :||Maximum of 30 working days (Home based) / 27 August 2018 to 15 January 2019|
Focal Areas: Country programming
Duty Station: Home-based and Mauritius
The last UNDAF for the Republic of Mauritius ended in 2003 and there has been no overarching UN/Government cooperation framework since, for obvious reasons.
In the wake of the UN Reform which seek to establish greater accountability and clarity of leadership, stronger integration of system-wide efforts and action, higher standards of transparency and accountability to government and to people, and a diversity of partnerships needed to deliver on results thereby revitalising UN and Government partnership frameworks, the UNCT has agreed to embark on a process to develop an eventual partnership framework (light UNDAF type) with the Government of the Republic of Mauritius.
Government of the Republic of Mauritius and the UNCT has agreed to develop a strategic UNDAF (the Mauritius Strategic Partnership Framework - SPF) at outcome level for the period of 2019-2023. As a first step in the process a Common Country Analysis (CCA) was undertaken earlier in 2018. A Strategic Prioritization Retreat is due to be held at the beginning of September 2018 to discuss the UN’s strategic contribution to national development priorities.
The RC Office is therefore seeking the services of a Team Leader and a National Consultant to support the elaboration of the Mauritius Strategic Partnership Framework 2019-2023 including formulation of the associated results resource framework. It is expected to be a strategic document of 20-30 pages (est. 20,000-25,000 words) designed to serve as an orientation framework for all UN interventions in the country over the next 5 years. The SPF will include a results matrix and a set of indicators to help measure progress towards the set outcomes. It must adhere to the four key UN programming principles:1) Leave no one behind; 2) Human rights, gender equality and women’s empowerment; 3) Sustainability and resilience; and 4) Accountability and six key approaches to integrated programming: 1) Results-focused programming; 2) Capacity development; 3) Risk-informed programming; 4) Development, humanitarian and peacebuilding linkages; 5) Coherent policy support; and 6) Partnerships.
The SPF will be drafted through a consultative process and finalized by end of December 2018 with signing envisaged for January 2019.
Duties and Responsibilities
Objective and Scope
Under the guidance and supervision of the UN RC/UNCT, and in close collaboration with the UN Development Group (UNDG), and the Resident Coordinator’s Office, the consultants will assist in the development of the SPF (2019-2023), which will entail the following tasks:
Task 1: Planning and Preparation
Task 2: Development phase
Task 3: Report and Presentation
During the assignment, the consultant will work closely with the RCO, the Ministry of Finance and Economic Development (mainly through the Economic Development Board), the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Regional Integration and International Trade while maintaining full focus on delivering key results and any other tasks falling within the ambit of the terms of reference. The RCO will facilitate contacts with any other stakeholders and with the UNDG when necessary.
Expected Outputs and Deliverables
The consultants shall prepare and submit in soft copy:
The completed associated Results Resources framework including:
The accompanying Resource Mobilization Strategy
The consultants shall work in close collaboration with the RC Office, the UNCT members, relevant national stakeholders and the UNDG QSA/PSG.
The RCO office will make the necessary arrangements for the consultations meetings as necessary. All documents shall be submitted to the UN office of the Resident Coordinator for Mauritius and Seychelles.
Duration of the work
The consultants will be engaged under a respective short-term Individual contract, and the whole assignment will be for no more than 30 working days for the Team leader. The assignment will be from 27 August and 15 January 2018 and expected to start on 27 August 2018.
The Individual contractor’s duty station will be home based for the Team leader and therefore will not involve any travel.
The team will be composed of a Leader and a National Consultant. The work of the team of consultants will be guided by the Norms and Standards established by the United Nations Evaluation Group. Team members will be requested to sign the Code of Conduct prior to engaging in the review exercise.
Required Skills and Experience
Scope of price proposal
Financial proposals must be “all inclusive” and expressed in a lump-sum for the total duration of the contract. The lump sum is fixed regardless of changes in the cost components.
Schedule of payments
Payment will be made based upon successful completion of the deliverables as per terms below:
Recommended presentation of offer
Interested parties must submit the following documentation:
Individual consultants are invited to submit applications on UNDP jobsite system as per requirements below. Applications that do not include all of these elements will not be considered.
Criteria for selection of the best offer
The award of the contract will be made to the Individual Consultant whose offer has been evaluated using the “Combined Scoring Method” and determined as:
The selection will be based on a Combined Scoring method – where the technical proposal will be 70% and combined with the price offer which will be weighted 30%.
Required expertise and Submission evaluation
All submissions will be assessed against the following criteria:
Education of the consultant: Advanced university degree (Masters and equivalent) in development studies, economics, socio-economics, international relations or related field: 10;
Proposed methodology: A clear methodology on how this project will be conducted: 30;
Specific Technical Expertise: 20;
Work Experience: 30;
Communication skills: 10;
Total technical score: 100 ( (70%)
Value for money: The value that UNDP Mauritius/Seychelles will receive from the service provider: 30%
Only the best candidates will be contacted for the next stage.
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.