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Post Title: Assistant Resident Representative (Programme)-NOC

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UNDP in Mongolia is looking for an experienced and dynamic development professional to lead the expansion of its program portfolio and policy advisory services to the Government of Mongolia.

 

The UNDP Mongolia Assistant Resident Representative is expected to lead a multi-disciplinary program team that designs creative and innovative responses to both persistent and emerging development challenges in Mongolia. This is the perfect position for someone who is highly analytical, inquisitive and fast in turning latest research and evidence into workable solutions, adapted to local context. The job is primarily about new project design, creation of synergies and new opportunities across a range of existing projects and the provision of policy advisory services to the government. It also involves directly managing a team of 3 development professionals, one programme associate and overseeing 10 project teams, on average.

Educational requirement: 
  Master’s Degree or equivalent in Development or Environmental Economics, Social Sciences (Sociology, Anthropology, etc.), Development Studies, or related field.
Experience/knowledge required: 
 Mongolian professional with minimum 5 years of experience in sustainable development, development planning and policy making at the national or international level, including experience in design and management of development programmes;
 Minimum 5 years of experience managing program and/or project teams;
 Minimum 3 years of experience in providing development advisory services to a range of clients and in public policy research and analysis;
 Hands-on experience in design, monitoring and evaluation of development projects;
 Demonstrated understanding of the sustainable development, climate change and institutional development issues faced by Mongolia. 
 Prior experience in conducting applied research and analysis in any of above-mentioned areas, demonstrating an excellent analytical and conceptual thinking ability would be an asset;
 Proven track record in partnership development and establishing relationships among international organization and national governments. 
 Proficient use of computers and office software packages, experience in handling of web based management systems.
 Demonstrated continuous learning in at least one of substantive areas highlighted in the job description. 
 Project Management certification such as Prince 2 would be an asset
 Apply electronically at http://bit.ly/2oBVvh5

 

 

 
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UNDP offers employment opportunity to individuals who has strong desire to contribute to sustainable human development. The contractual modalities of the employment can differ depending on the specifics of vacant post.

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Fixed-term Contract is issued for staff hired for the country office posts.

Temporary Appointment is a contract modality used under limited circumstances as follows: to appoint staff for seasonal or peak workloads and specific short-term requirements for less than one year with an expiration date specified in the letter of appointment; or to replace a staff member for a limited period ( maternity leave, SLWOP, etc.) provide the replacement is less than one year.

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