|Overview : |
UNDP has adapted the HBDA toolkit to be used to run digital assessments on socio-economic impact of COVID-19 on households and micro and small enterprises. The adaptation has produced a digital Socio-economic Impact Assessment (SEIA) tool. Similarly, to the HBDA and the SEIA tool uses KoboToolbox, an open source for digital data collection, and Microsoft Power BI to analyze and visualize the data from the assessment. The SEIA uses also Microsoft Teams and other MS Office Products such us (MS Excel) for logistics, operations and team management.
This assessment will be implemented in multiple UNDP country offices in close coordination with national and international partners. It is likely that digital SEIA will reach a regional and global coverage, giving a unique experience to the experts to work a large-scale implementation and help to understand the impact of COVID-19.
UNDP has set up a virtual support cell with experts that can provide remote technical support to UNDP country offices and partners in setting up and implementing digital HBDA and SEIA. The cell includes experts with information management, digital data collection tools (e.g. Kobo toolbox), data analysis and visualization, assessment design, GIS, among others. The remote support unit (RSU) is coordinated by the Crisis Bureau Country Support Management Team and has its team members working from home.
In this context UNDP is looking for an individual consultant who will assist in providing remote (e.g. online) technical support required to the design and implementation of the HBDA/SEIA at country level. This includes creation and management of data collection tools in Kobo Toolbox, data cleaning and management techniques, using excel or other dedicated tools or DAX procedures in Power BI or Tableau, lead data visualization, GIS tasks. Strong experience in XLS forms design and implementation, ODK, KoBo Toolbox API and data connectors.
For further details please access: https://jobs.undp.org/cj_view_job.cfm?cur_job_id=93496
Applications must be submitted by 2nd September 2021.
Should you have any question please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you and best regards,
Central Procurement Unit