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JPO - Programme Analyst, Partnership

Published on 26.09.2022

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Position : JPO - Programme Analyst, Partnership

The JPO Programme provides young talented professionals pursuing a career in development with the opportunity to gain hands-on experience in multilateral technical cooperation and international development within a UN agency.

UNFPA Egypt Country Office interventions are planned within the framework of approved Country Programme Document (CPD) (Country programme (CP) 2023-2027) and fully aligned to the UNFPA’s Strategic Plan, Egypt’s 2030 vision and the national priorities as outlined in Sustainable Development Strategy, the SDGs (goals 3 and 5) and the 2023-27 UNSDCG results framework. Underpinning the CP strategies are designed to address the accelerated achievement of the three transformative results a) end unmet need for family planning, b) end preventable maternal deaths, and c) end gender-based violence and harmful practices. UNFPA is uniquely positioned in Egypt and within the UN system. The CP is in full alignment to national and UNSDCF priorities, providing UNFPA with a strategic opportunity to position itself as a key partner in supporting the Government of Egypt in their efforts to achieve the SDGs.

 

Responsibility 1 Partnerships and resource mobilization

  • Support in mobilising resources from private sector entities, individuals and the corporate sector to secure resources for large-scale programmes, including UNFPA Egypt´s Girls Assets Framework, “Noura” through the operationalization of the 2023-2027 country programme resource mobilisation plan;
  • Develop a strategy and implementation plan for the “Noura” flagship programme strategic partnership component including mapping of donors, private sectors, multilateral and financial institutions for funding and in-kind  contributions;
  • Strengthen and build a diversified network of partners, including development partners, corporate, academia, policy-makers, philanthropists, and foundations, among others;
  • Draft appealing proposals and concepts to diverse sources, including development partners, corporate, academia, policy-makers, philanthropists, and foundations, among others;
  • Support the facilitation of the negotiation and signing of new agreements, working in close cooperation with the Arab States Regional Office and HQ.

Responsibility 2 Environmental scanning and monitoring

  • Scan daily communication reports and prepare regular report to supervisor on emerging trends with new and existing partners;
  • Establish and maintain close working relationships with representatives of donor community media relations and report on key programme “news worthy” and “donor worthy” interventions;
  • Provide relevant support to the implementation of the UNFPA Communications Strategy;  
  • Prepare briefing notes, background documents, notes-to-the-file and related materials for official visits, bilateral meetings, and other events;
  • Research, gather and fact-check information for programme reporting to donors and for statements and talking points for the Representative.

Responsibility 3 Capturing, documenting, and sharing best practices and lessons learned

  • Liaise with relevant Programme Specialists/Analysts to obtain evidence of programme/project success stories for dissemination to partners;  
  • Assist the Programme team in the documentation of good practices that exemplify youth and gender mainstreaming, sexual and reproductive health and rights, and effective integration of population into development;
  • Disseminate information and documentation to partners on population-related events, e.g. WPD, SWoP, international days, etc;
  • Contribute to the quality and production standards for CO communications programmes.

 

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Required Qualifications and Experience

Education:  

  • Master degree or equivalent in social sciences or related fields with specialised knowledge in the field of communications, international relations, development studies or other relevant social sciences.
  • A first-level university degree (Bachelor’s degree or equivalent) in combination with qualifying experience (at least 3 years of relevant working experience) may be accepted in lieu of an advanced university degree.
  • Part of the candidates' academic training must have taken place in a developing country 

Working experience :

  • At least 2 years and maximum of 4 years of experience in political affairs, development and formulation, monitoring and/or evaluation of communications. 
  • Prior experience in developing countries is an asset.
  • All paid work experience since obtaining Bachelor's degree will/can be considered. 
  • Working experience within the UN system should not exceed 50% of the relevant working experience.

Languages :

  • Fluency in English is a requirement
  • Knowledge of another UN language is always and asset

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Job criteria for job ad : JPO - Programme Analyst, Partnership
Job category :
Marketing, communication
Industries :
Government services
Marketing, communication, media
Employment type :
Fixed-term contract
Region :
International
City : Cairo
Experience level :
2 to 5 years
Educational level :
Bachelor
Number of Position(s) : 1

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