Project Coordinator

International Labour Organization

Port-au-Prince, Haiti

The ILO is implementing a project in Haiti jointly with the UNDP (Lead Agency) with funding from the Peacebuilding Fund (PBF): “National Dialogue for an Inclusive and Peace-Making Economy”. This project aims to contribute to a lasting solution to the recurring crises and to the consolidation of peace in Haiti, by laying the foundations for an inclusive economic model, the result of a participatory national dialogue and which will serve as a foundation for cohesion. national.

In this context, it is essential to strengthen social dialogue for peace. In order to guarantee lasting peace, to meet the needs of the entire population, and above all of the most vulnerable people, it is necessary to promote economic and social stability through effective social dialogue in all its forms, based on inclusion, participation, respect for freedom of association and effective recognition of the right to collective bargaining. Particular care is needed to include vulnerable and excluded groups, such as informal economy workers, women, youth, displaced persons and returnees in dialogue processes, as they are the most affected by containment strategies.

Core Duties and Responsibilities:

Ensure operational coordination of project implementation and facilitate:

  • coordination with project partners, including through project
  • management and coordination mechanisms.

Direct the implementation of ILO activities with criteria of:

  • conflict-sensitivity, gender equality, and quality and efficiency, monitor the conditions
  • set out in the project document and budget, and ensure the implementation expected results in
  • accordance with project requirements and
  • ILO policies, values ​​and procedures.

Initiate, maintain and guide cooperation with key partners in close:

  • collaboration with project staff, CTPs of other projects in
  • technical cooperation in Haiti and the relevant technical specialists of the ILO.

Coordinate and monitor project activities implemented by:

  • project partners, consultants and trainers and ensure the quality of outputs, by
  • reviewing, verifying and analyzing partners' work plans,
  • progress reports, final reports and other data for clarity,
  • consistency and completeness.
  • Regularly update the UNDP program coordinator,
  • government officials and implementing partners on the progress of the
  • project.

Ensure a regular flow of information on the status of planned and implemented activities:

  • implemented between the ILO in San José, and the relevant units at ILO headquarters. This
  • will include accurate tracking of implementation, performance, risk
  • and finance.

Manage the organization of conferences, seminars, workshops:

  • multi-stakeholder consultations, training sessions and meetings in collaboration ensuring the
  • equitable representation of women, with the technical support of experts and
  • represent the project in various meetings.

Develop and update project work plans, in close collaboration:

  • with the UNDP project coordinator, implement the reporting, monitoring
  • and evaluation plan in accordance with the results, outputs, activities and
  • indicators defined in the project document, monitor progress on an
  • ongoing basis and prepare and validate project progress reports in a timely
  • manner.

Support the UNDP Component Monitoring and Evaluation Officer in:

  • the development and implementation of a results-based monitoring plan,
  • including through the establishment of baseline data and surveys on the basis
  • of Peace indicators (see ILO manual), monitoring of activities, preparation
  • of results reports and joint evaluation efforts.

In collaboration with the UNDP coordination of the project, implement the:

  • communication strategy ensuring the visibility of the results of the project, the
  • dissemination of information about the project through publications and
  • press releases, and good communication with all partners.

Facilitate technical input, knowledge exchange and:

  • thematic discussions.

Perform other tasks that may be assigned by the supervisor within the:

  • scope of his skills.

Qualifications required:


  • University degree in economics, commerce, social sciences, business administration, public administration, industrial relations or a related field. 


  • At least three years of relevant professional experience, preferably in the field of social dialogue, gender equality, peace and employment promotion, as well as working with social partners and partners development in Haiti. Familiarity with ILO and UN policies and procedures, including PBF procedures, would be desirable. Experience in the management and implementation of development cooperation projects, particularly with regard to approaches based on gender equality and social dialogue and the consideration of conflicts and the contribution to peace , would be an advantage. 


  • Excellent command of French both orally and in writing; knowledge of Creole and Spanish are an asset.