Secondary education is required
University degree in community development, monitoring and evaluation, research, political or development studies or other relevant discipline and related
courses, will be an advantage.
Minimum of 6 years of experience in project development with focus particularly in community level and coordination with private and public sector
Possession of a university degree will substitute some of the required years of experience.
Previous work in a project management and monitoring and evaluation role would be desirable.
1. Provide substantive support in the collection and transcribing of relevant information from the local community and municipality during field and/or office
visits and meetings.
2. Prepare briefings during and after clearance activities as required.
3. Follow up on contractor’s reports, and follow up recommendations on the reports submitted.
4. Alert the project manager on local issues which may affect the project in terms of reporting.
5. Assist the Coordination Meetings and record all relevant information.
6. Prepare attendance UIPP Workshops/meetings during project implementation
7. Prepare UIPP meetings and conferences, organizing in-country consultation meetings with relevant agencies in collaboration with the country office in
8. Assist in all aspects of work related to the country’s participation in the WB-UIPP program.
9. Meet regularly with the project team to receive information and provide feedback. The exact frequency will be determined by the project manager and may
vary depending on the status of the project and availability of the project members.
10. Support the project manager in the review of documents prepared by the consultants for community participation and investments; i.e. presentations,
work procedures, surveys, reports e.t.c and give any recommendations for improvement.
11. Any other duties as assigned by the Project Manager
UNOPS has been supporting Somalia with a range of infrastructure, procurement, project management, HR, and advisory services since 1995. During this time, UNOPS and its partners have been able to implement projects that have made a positive change to the lives of people living in Somalia. One of the more recent and largest projects is the development of a stipend payments delivery scheme for the Somali Security Forces. Funded by the United States of America, the overall objective of this programme is to develop a transparent and efficient process in the administration of stipend payments to help support Somalia's security services.