The successful candidates can be placed in either of the below mentioned positions;
Islamabad, Lahore, Peshawar, Karachi, Quetta,based on organizational needs;
1.Collects and analyzes data for the Situation Analysis,programme/project planning, management, monitoring and evaluation purposes.Analyzes emergency programme implementation reports and evaluates against established programme recommendations and plans of action. Prepares tables, graphs and other statistical data. Reports outcome of analysis and proposes corrective actions.
2.Develops results oriented partnerships with implementing partners to deliver essential health-care services including a combination of facility based, outreach and community/home based services that meet the commitment specified in UNICEF’s Core Commitment for Children (CCC) and designs plans to monitor, report and reward performance.
3. Identifies partners, receives proposals, drafts PCAs, undertakes follow-up action on emergency programme implementation activities, contributes to teamwork building, and prepares relevant reports. Drafts changes in emergency programme workplans as required.
4.Attends cluster meetings, prepares notes and undertakes follow-up action and coordination related to emergency programme implementation and monitoring.
5. Develops Emergency Preparedness and Response (EPR) capacity of government.
6. Conducts partners capacity mapping and develops and implements plan to develop capacity of partners to deliver emergency MNCH interventions.
7.Selects and compiles training and orientation materials for those involved in emergency programme implementation, including donor and media visits.
8.Evaluates and analyzes financial and supply reports to ensure appropriateness of documentation, expenditures are within allotments, data is consistent with PIDB. Reports to the Supervisor and/or Head of Office the outcome of reviews.
9. Puts in place mechanism for health related CCC implementation, monitoring and reporting.
Fluency in English. Knowledge of the local working language of the duty station is an asset.
Analytical and conceptual ability; communication skills.
Planning and monitoring skills; ability to organize work and projects.
Ability to make timely and quality judgments and decisions.
Computer skills, including internet navigation, and various office applications.
Commitment to continuous learning for professional development.
Demonstrated ability to work in a multi-cultural environment, and establish
harmonious and effective working relationships both within and outside the
Initiative, passion and commitment to UNICEFs mission and professional values.