The Monitoring and Reporting consultant plays a central role in assisting Somalia Office’s monitoring of the Strategic Note/Annual Work Plan and the CO management’s oversight of the efficient and timely implementation of programs. The Monitoring and Reporting consultant also coordinates various reporting exercises of the Somalia Office as well as provides quality assurance for quarterly online monitoring systems (via the Results Monitoring System - RMS), development of human interest stories, annual reports, quarterly newsletter and donor reports. Duties and Responsibilities:
Coordinate and draft inputs for the Quarterly Result-based Management Reporting;
Coordinate, consolidate and finalize the UNW Annual progress report;
Coordinate and provide technical support in timely monitoring, oversight and technical inputs to knowledge products including quarterly newsletter;
Coordinate with the team, partner agencies and provide technical support in collection of data, result based reports, and prepare consolidated project reports;
Support developing communications materials for the WPE, WPS and Access to Justice programs and contribute to knowledge products and promotional materials including research, briefs, fact sheets, presentations, social media, etc
Support the coordination and preparation of Annual 2023 Somalia Office Result-based Management Report;
Provided technical support in timely monitoring, oversight and technical inputs to the reports;
Developed at least 4 write-ups of 2 page each for the WPS, Humanitarian and Access to Justice programs, 1 quarterly newsletter and inputs to UNW Somalia website;
Timely collection of data, result based reports, and prepare 3 consolidated project/donor reports.
Required Skills and Experience: Education:
Master’s degree (or equivalent) in Political or Social Science, Economics, International Development Studies, Gender/Women's Studies. Advanced University degree in Monitoring and Results Based Management considered an advantage.
A first-level university degree in combination with two additional years of qualifying experience may be accepted in lieu of the advanced university degree;
At least 5 years of relevant experience at the national and international levels, with a focus on programme monitoring, evaluation and reporting of programmes.
Experience in the field of Women Political Participation, Elections, Women, Peace and Security and Access to Justice for Women is desired;
Experience in coordination with international organizations and other stakeholders, is required;
Experience in programme coordination is an asset;
Fluency in English is required;
Knowledge of the other UN official working language is an asset.