Official Job Title:
Field Monitoring Coordinator
October 2015 – September 2016
In view of its continued engagement in the humanitarian response interventions as a result of the Syria crisis, and to be able to fulfill its commitments underscored in the Lebanon Crisis Response Plan (LCRP), UNFPA Country Office is seeking to recruit a Field Monitoring Coordinator for a period of 12 months (i.e. October 1, 2015 to September 30, 2016). The incumbent will be issued a Service Contract (SC).
1. Organizational Location
The incumbent will be based in UNFPA main office in Beirut and will be performing the tasks below centrally and at periphery and specifically in all areas with operations supported by UNFPA either directly or through implementing partners. The incumbent will allocate 75% of official working hours in the field with transportation means provided by the office.
2. Job Purpose
He/she supports the programme related interventions and activities in what concerns humanitarian response interventions and assistance at national level and in targeted communities and aligned with the LCRP. The activities that will be supported by the Field Monitoring Coordinator will consist mainly of monitoring with implementing partners on field related activities and as clearly stipulated in the sections below.
3. Major Activities/Expected Results
4. Work Relations
Under the overall guidance and supervision of the Humanitarian Coordination Specialist and in close collaboration with the programme staff, the incumbent will be
be undertaking the above tasks which constitute the Terms of Reference.
5. Job Requirements
Education and Training:
Experience and Knowledge:
Required Core Competencies:
Interested candidates may apply online by providing:
(1) a P-11 Form (click to download), and
(2) a most updated CV, and
(3) a cover letter mentioning the relevance of past/current experience with the requirements of the consultancy.
The above documents must be sent to the following email address:
email@example.com by no later than September 16, 2015
Candidates who fail to submit the required documents above will not be considered for review
• Knowledge sharing/continuous learning: Takes responsibility for personal learning and career development and actively seeks opportunities to learn through formal and informal means. Learns from others inside and outside the organization adopting best practices created by others. Actively produces and disseminates new knowledge.
• Valuing diversity: Demonstrates an international outlook, appreciates differences in values and learns from cultural diversity. Takes actions appropriate to the religious and cultural context and shows respect, tact and consideration for cultural differences. Observes and inquires to understand the perspectives of others and continually examines his/her own biases and behaviors.
• Working in teams: Works collaboratively with colleagues inside and outside of UNFPA to allow the achievement of common goals and shared objectives. Actively seeks resolution of disagreements and supports decisions of the team.
• Results-based programme development and management: Contributes to the achievement of results through primary research and analysis and effective monitoring of programme/project implementation. Uses analytical skills to identify opportunities for project development and participates in the formulation of proposals ensuring substantive rigor in the design and application of proven successful approaches.