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National Human Resources and Capacity Development Specialist (Myanmar National only)
|Location :||Home based, with extensive inputs in Naypyitaw and travel to other locations in Myanmar as required, MYANMAR|
|Application Deadline :||14-Aug-18 (Midnight New York, USA)|
|Type of Contract :||Individual Contract|
|Post Level :||National Consultant|
|Languages Required :||English|
|Duration of Initial Contract :||40 working days|
UNDP Myanmar has commenced implementation of its Country Programme for 2018-2022. Integrated programming has guided the design of the new programme in order to better address the inter-linkages between peace-building, governance, natural resource management and disaster resilience, inclusive growth, and the vertical linkages between subnational and national governance levels.
The Governance for Resilience and Sustainability Project (GRSP) leverages existing AF/GEF/REDD/GCF vertical funding and links up to horizontally and vertically with UNDP Country Programme key priority areas working at national and sub-national levels. GRSP is designed to help the Government of Myanmar (GoM) implement recent policy reforms related to environmental governance, climate change and disaster risk reduction (DRR), to ensure that economic growth in Myanmar is more inclusive, resilient and sustainable. The project recognises that environmental degradation, when combined with natural disasters and effects of climate change, undermines the attainment of inclusive and sustainable growth. It also recognises that Myanmar’s environmental assets present unique opportunities for green economic development, which can directly support women’s economic empowerment and community resilience.
The increased emphasis on public infrastructure investments and foreign direct investments in recent years require matching increases in environmental management and resilience. At the same time, the potential of green investments as wealth and employment generators needs to be supported and promoted by the GoM. The Union Government is promulgating a series of policies to address these challenges including the National Environmental Policy, Green Economy Policy Framework, Myanmar Climate Change Strategy and Action Plan, and Myanmar Action Plan on DRR (MAPDRR). These policies now require enabling mechanisms for effective implementation and enforcement so that they deliver benefits for all people.
Over the 5-year period of the new CPD, GRSP aims to enable the GoM mainstream environment, climate change and DRR considerations into planning and project appraisal systems of at least three key sectors (out of renewable energy, mining, tourism, agriculture and fisheries) and three States and Regions (beginning with Rakhine, Bago and Sagaing). It will also support key counterparts implement the new policies, including by promoting an integrated environmental financing framework by helping develop comprehensive organisational and human resources development plans. GRSP also aims to help promote green investments in environmental goods and services to protect natural resources, minimize and manage waste more effectively, while simultaneously creating sustainable wealth and employment.
UNDP’s support for the implementation of the NEP is initially through the development of a national level Master Plan and similar master plans at the sub-national levels, to guide priority environmental governance interventions and the mainstreaming of environmental considerations throughout all government planning and decision-making. UNDP is supporting the Environmental Conservation Department (ECD) of the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environmental Conservation (MONREC) to prepare the first national environmental master plan.
ECD is a relatively new organization, having been established in 2012. It has primary responsibility for environmental policy setting and as the country’s environmental regulator, including administration of the environmental impact assessment system. ECD is rapidly growing both at the Union level and at the sub-national level where numerous new offices are being opened. The organization plans to grow from approximately 500 staff to over 10,000 staff in the coming five years.
UNDP is supporting ECD to develop a comprehensive organizational capacity and human resources development plan to guide its expansion and its delivery of its governance responsibilities. To commence this work, UNDP plans an initial needs assessment to prepare and outline for, and determine next steps for the implementation of, this development plan.
Duties and Responsibilities
With the technical guidance of the Project Manager/Chief Technical Advisor (GRSP) from UNDP Country Office, the national consultant will support the international consultant (International Organisational Capacity Development Specialist) to undertake the capacity assessment. In particular, the national consultant will be required to:
Support arrangements for the international consultant’s missions in Myanmar
Support the preparation of the capacity assessment:
Support additional data gathering:
Support implementation of the Capacity Assessment:
During this assignment, the national consultant is expected to deliver:
Please find detail as following Procurement Notice Link: http://procurement-notices.undp.org/view_notice.cfm?notice_id=48605
Knowledge Management and Learning:
Required Skills and Experience
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.