Job No. : 05-2017 Contract Type: Temporary Fixed Term
Job Code Title: Program Analyst- HlV/AIDS Position Number: 00118874/00118875/00118876
Level: NO-B No. of positions: 3 positions
Duration: One year Duty Station: Khartoum
Closing Date: 25/03/2017
In mid-2007 UNFPA signed the first agreement with UNDP as Sub-Recipient for implementation of GF HIV/AIDS interventions. Programmes have grown substantially over very short period of time, and implementation has become increasingly complex, requiring substantial administrative support, technical backstopping and ongoing monitoring both programmatic and Finance. The same applied to UNFPA interventions in humanitarian settings and development programme interventions.
Implementation will be increasingly through national execution (NEX). In situations where there is lack of national capacity and according to projects different natures; UNFPA will directly implement the programme (DEX) through Civil Society Organizations and Academic institutions. In both implementation modalities capacity building for implementing partners and finance monitoring are very crucial for smooth and successful programme implementation.
Working with the UNFPA International Operations Manager and the HI V/AIDS and Humanitarian Response Unit (HRU) and Programme staff and with Operations unit (Procurement, Finance, Logistics, HR and Travel).
Under the direct supervision of the HIV/AIDS Specialist, the Programme Analyst works in dose collaboration with the HIV/AID$ GF Analysts and other Programme staff and liaise with Operations (Procurement, Finance, Logistics, HR and Travel) units, and ensures consistent service delivery. She/he will support the design planning, monitoring and implementation of HIV/AIDS related interventions.
Major Activities/Expected Results
A. Programme Support:
-Provide leadership, management and guidance for HIV/ AIDS prevention programme interventions targeting key population at highest risk, vulnerable groups and women at reproductive age including capacity building and technical support for CSOs at federal and states level.
-In collaboration with respective Programme Officers he/she works on achievement of the planned GF activities targeting key population at highest risk, vulnerable groups and women at reproductive age including capacity building and technical support for CSOs through development of coordination mechanisms and providing technical assistance when and where needed.
-Analyze and interprets the political, social and economic environment relevant to HI V/AIDS prevention programme and identifies opportunities for UNFPA assistance and interventions,
-Promotes a result based approach and integrating innovation policies and strategies into design and Formulation of the HI V/AID programme with focus on the HIV programme interventions targeting key population at highest risk, vulnerable groups and women at reproductive age including capacity building and technical support for CSOs based on strategic priorities and responsive to the country needs.
-Represent UNFPA in technical working groups, committees for HIV! AIDS programme and other related forums. Ensure positioning of UNFPA in new all initiatives, mobilize resources, monitor implementation and ensure timely and quality reporting.
-Lead the development and implementation of the HIV and AIDS prevention programme M&E framework and regulate review the tools for monitoring and evaluation and make adjustment to facilitate objective measurement of indicators in the Programme
-Develops tools and mechanisms for effective and efficient monitoring of Programme activities targeting key population at highest risk, vulnerable groups and women at reproductive age including capacity building and technical support for CSOs, coordinates compilation of related programmatic data and provides accurate and up-dated programmatic information to HIV Programme Officers.
-Lead and provide input into development of HIV and AIDS prevention programme reports based on GF standards and guidelines both through drafting of the relevant parts and providing expertise on that.
-Coordinate with HIV and AIDS prevention programme implementers from government and CSOs at federal and state level associations to ensure that monitoring system are properly designed, and that data collection and. analysis from filed visits are coordinated and standardized across the programme to feed into to programme performance monitoring.
- Support Programme Officers in analyzing and reporting on implementation of the assigned project activities, monitor project expenditures and disbursement to ensure delivery is in line with approved budgets.
-Contribute with Programme Officers to the monitoring and evaluation of HIV/AIDS prevention programme activities through regular field monitoring visits and applying existing procedures and mechanisms.
-Facilitate with the Programme officers, the work of consultants, experts and trainers involved in the implementation of the program under her/his responsibility.
-Maintain close working relationship with national and international counterparts involved into implementation of the assigned program/project activities;
-Technically support programme partner to formulate Terms of Reference, Training Modules, Training Participants selection criteria, Service Packages and Monitoring and Evaluation tools ،reports designs and ensure that they meet high professional standards in line with UNFPA policy.
-Follow up all logistical, financial and contractual matters related to facilitation of the work of consultants, advisors and experts involved in the implementation of the HIV programme;
-Promote Knowledge sharing and continuous learning, testing and documenting innovation strategies approaches, lessons learning and best practices.
-Provide other forms of assistance as required and instructed by the direct supervisors.
-Assist ،n Producing regular budget and expense reports for review by programme staff to track implementation rates and identify gaps in funding;
-Support Programme Officers to monitor Implementing Partners fund releases against financial reports by reviewing financial reports against agency guidelines and checklist,
C. Procurement and Logistics:
-Assist with logistics associated with programming including liaising with suppliers
D. Administrative Support:
-Assist in maintaining updated programme and grant filing ،n compliance with UNFPA policies and procedures;
-Support with administrative and logistical tasks as assigned;
Education: Master’s Degree in Public Health, Social, Medical Science or relevant disciplines.
Experience: At least 3 years of relevant professional experience in in the field of public health and/or HIVIAIDS; Knowledge of program and project management processes; providing general support with an emphasis on information management, research, basic financial and programme monitoring and evaluation. Experience in the United Nations system is an asset; Willingness and capability to undertake
Languages: Fluency both written and oral, in English and Arabic.
Computer Skills: Proficiency in current office software applications. Knowledge of ATLAS is an advantage
Values: (Exemplifying integrity, Demonstrating commitment to UNFPA and the UN system, embracing
Cultural diversity, embracing change)
Core Competencies: (Achieving results, Being accountable, Developing and applying professional
Expertise/business acumen, Thinking analytically and strategically, Working in teams/managing ourselves and our relationships, Communicating for impact)
Functional competencies :( Advocacy/Advancing a policy-oriented agenda, leveraging the resources of national governments and partners/building strategic alliances and partnerships, Delivering results-based programmes, Internal and external communication and advocacy for results mobilization)
UNFPA offers an attractive compensation package commensurate with experience. Interested applicants should submit their updated CVs and Personal History form with photocopies of certificates to the
UNFPA (United Nations Population Fund) Operations Manager Office, Manshia, Block # I/S, House No.
386, P.O. Box 913, Khartoum, Sudan or by email:
UNFPA provides a work environment that reflects the values of gender equality, teamwork, respect for diversity, integrity and a healthy balance of work and life. We are committed to maintaining our balanced gender distribution and therefore encourage women to apply. Notice: There is no application, processing or other fee at any stage of the application process. UNFPA does not solicit or screen for information in respect of HIV or AIDS and does not discriminate on the basis of HI V/AIDS status