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Bujumbura is a family duty station. The GLDA will be based at Bujumbura the capital city near the lake Tanganyika, with a cool climate along the year. Main basic services are available even for leisure. Burundi is a LDC in transition from conflict; he is experiencing peace consolidation and democratization process. The security is almost ensured though insecurity exists in some areas or quarter in the capital city .There is a United mission conducted by a UNRSG; security measures are established, monitored and updated by a UNDSS team. The GLDA has to respect rigorously these measures. Duties and Responsibilities Responsibility 1 - PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION QUALITY CONTROLSummary of duties and expected outputAccompany the project team in the implementation, monitoring and evaluation of the various activities of the programmeInvolved in the continuous monitoring of the adequacy of different activities with work plans, at the national and local level with the provisions of the Documents of specific projects to each donor, and propose any necessary adjustments;Contribute to the process of evaluation of institutions partners involved in implementing national implementation activities of the program (PCD),Analyse continuously the status of the project concerning the link between technical and financial program, identify and inform the STA of potential problems and contribute to the development of adequate solutions;Responsibility 2 - SUPPORT TO THE PROJECT MANGEMENT UNITSummary of duties and expected outputSupport the project team in planning, management and technical monitoring of the project activities in Burundi in cooperation with national partners and the actors in decentralization; Support the development of the annual work Plans and ensure the monitoring of the actions planned in consultation with UNDP and the ministries concerned;Support the technical work done by teams in each province of intervention, including the Area Manager, the Focal Point and other project staff; Support the coordination of the activities of the provincial teams and ensure communication and sharing of information;Support the monitoring of the meetings, information and training sessions at the national level (meeting with donors, the United Nations system agencies, etc.) and workshops and other meetings organized under the Project;Monitor and ensure the formulation, implementation and monitoring of regional projects and initiatives and local in response to the PCDCs of the priority areas in consultation with the provincial teams and international cooperation partners.Ensure the cycle of training and technical capacity development for the local actors in management, monitoring & evaluation of developmentResponsibility 3 - SUPPORT IN COMMUNICATION AND MOBILIZATION OF INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT PARTNERSSummary of duties and expected outputEnsure the sharing of information in internal and external with the partners of the program at the national and international levels;Ensure the use of tools of quality to ensure regular communication and quality among the project partners;Organize and ensure with the assistance of the supervisor the flow of information between the partners of the Program, and ensure the quality control of the information provided;Contribute in collecting information required for the coordination between the Project and other projects and Programs of cooperation of UNDP and the United Nations system in Burundi. Competencies Core competencies:Ethics and Values: Demonstrate and safeguard ethics and integrity;Organizational Awareness: Demonstrate corporate knowledge and sound judgment;Development and Innovation: Take charge of self-development and take initiative;Work in teams: Demonstrate ability to work in a multicultural, multi ethnic environment and to maintain effective working relations with people of different national and cultural backgrounds;Communicating and Information Sharing: Facilitate and encourage open communication and strive for effective communication;Self-Management and Emotional Intelligence: Stay composed and positive even in difficult moments, handle tense situations with diplomacy and tact, and have a consistent behaviour towards others;Conflict Management: Surface conflicts and address them proactively acknowledging different feelings and views and directing energy towards a mutually acceptable solution;Continuous Learning and Knowledge Sharing: Encourage learning and sharing of knowledge;Appropriate and Transparent Decision Making: Demonstrate informed and transparent decision making.Key competenciesRelating and Networking: easily establishes good relationships with external partners and staff; builds wide and effective networks within the wider UN system and with external partiesKnowledge Management and Learning: shares knowledge and experience; actively works towards continuing personal learning, acts on learning plan and applies newly acquired skills.Leadership and Self-Management: focuses on result for the client and responds positively to feedback; Consistently approaches work with energy and a positive, constructive attitude; Remains calm, in control and good humoured even under pressure Required Skills and Experience Education:Master's degree or equivalent in one or more of the following disciplines: development cooperation, international relations or related field.A first-level university degree (Bachelor’s degree or equivalent) in combination with qualifying experience (4 years of relevant working experience, but not more than 5 years) may be accepted in lieu of an advanced university degree.Working experience:Preferably 2 to maximum 4 years relevant working experience in the field of implementation and monitoring of development projects. Familiarity with the UN Common System is an asset.Languages:Fluency and excellent drafting ability in French and English (spoken and written)Nationality:This post is open in the context of the Junior Professional Officer (JPO) scheme sponsored by the Government of the Netherlands and is addressed exclusively to candidates from developing countries. Part of the candidates' academic training must have taken place in a developing country that appears on the list of eligible countries Dutch AE/JPO/APO/JE Programme.The candidates cannot apply for a position in their country of origin.