UNDP Regional Bureau for Latin America and the Caribbean (RBLAC) is looking for a qualified Technical Expert to Support the implementation of the Letter of Agreement between UNDP and The Caribbean Community Secretariat (CCS) -CARICOM- under Pillar 2 of the Spotlight Initiative Regional Programme in the Caribbean.
Title/Consultancy: Technical CoordinatorCountry: Home-based, with possible travel to the Caribbean.
Duration of Assignment: 6 months
Estimated Start Date: February 2023
Description of the Assignment:
Under the overall guidance of the Team Leader of the Gender Cluster at RBLAC, the direct supervision of the Gender Policy Specialist on Ending Violence against Women and Girls at RBLAC and the Caribbean Regional Spotlight Coordinator, the consultant will deliver the below:
1. Support the coordination of the CCS in the implementation of activities under the Letter of Agreement with UNDP.
2. Draft Terms of References for needed consultants or any other expert as needed for the successful implementation of the activities.
3. Provide high-level substantive/technical feedback on the Revised Gender Equality Strategy (2022-2032) and any other related documents.
4. Provide technical support to the development and implementation of the capacity-building strategy to support parliamentarians on issues of VAWG/FV.
5. Provide technical assistance and support for any kind of meetings and other initiatives, including UNDP’s Knowledge Fair 2023, to enhance coordination and collaboration.
6. Gather and compile all information necessary for monitoring and reporting.
7. Support in the monitoring of the implementation of activities and the expenditure of funds by the CCS.
8. Support the drafting quarterly and milestone reports submitted by CCS.
9. Facilitate and support the review and submission of financial and narrative reports submitted by the CCS. 10. Support the execution of virtual and in-person regional workshops and meetings including UNDP’s planned Knowledge Fair in 2023, including the writing of high-level reports, Power Point presentations and any other technical input required by the supervisors of this consultancy.
The consultant will be expected to work collaboratively with intergovernmental regional institutions, UN agencies, national institutions (i.e. gender bureaus), academic institutions, Civil Society Organizations and implementing partners as required.
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Monday, February 13th, 2023 - at 15:00 (UTC /GMT-5), time of the Republic of Panama
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