External Relations Officer (2103913) – WHO
|Organization:||World Health Organization|
|Job Title:||External Relations Officer – (2103913)|
|Contractual Arrangement:||Temporary appointment under Staff Rule 420.4|
|Contract Duration (Years, Months, Days):||1 year (subject to availability of funds, satisfactory performance and continuing need for the position)|
|Job Posting:||25/08/2021 10:16:42 PM|
|Closing Date:||16/09/2021 12:59:00 AM|
|Organization:||EM_SUD WHO Representative’s Office, Sudan|
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OBJECTIVES OF THE PROGRAMME
To optimize the implementation of WHO’s global health mandate through establishment of monitoring of effective and responsive management, administration and supportive policies, systems and services. The objective is to promote a collaborative working environment, ensures prompt financial, programme implementation and monitoring and efficient distribution of resources in support of WHO’s leadership role in international health.
DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES
Initiate various donor reports and support the development of a resource mobilization plan for the incident management system based on existing and potential donors and fundraising mechanisms. In close coordination with Project Management and Planning Officers, manage the overall and day-to-day donor reporting activities related to mobilization of resources, monitoring and tracking funding needs and gaps in order to report on a wide range of country office operations. Engage with the main humanitarian donors to the country (in consultation with HQ and Regional Office Resource Mobilization teams). Participate in donor coordination meetings; contribute in negotiations for rapid donor agreements. Establish and manage a network of donor contacts, track proposals submitted, funds pledged/received and donor agreement implementation requirements (implementation deadlines, earmarking for specific activities, visibility requests, reporting, etc.). Report on expected results and donor activities in compliance with related documents to be disseminated among donors, and draft specific reports to donors as stated in legal agreements. Liaise with the local representatives of OCHA or other coordination agencies in the country to ensure that WHO information and updates are adequately captured in the respective situation and donor reports, donor briefs and other relevant documents. Research, write and edit donor reporting materials in support to resource mobilization activities, including success stories.Create standard summary tables for donor reporting and oversee information collection on donor reporting within the country.
Essential: University degree in Business, Management, Public Administration, Communications.
Desirable: Specifications or certification in resource mobilization, studies on development and/or humanitarian work. Training in donor intelligence, proposal writing, and general project management.
Essential: At least five years’ related experience, at the national and international level, in donor relations and resource mobilization. Documented Demonstrated experience in writing and preparing donor reports.
Desirable: Experience supporting humanitarian emergency or health outbreak response and recovery activities. Prior working experience with WHO/UN or with an international Non-Governmental Organization.
–> Demonstrated skills in resource mobilization and donor reporting activities.–> Concrete skills in reporting of financial data.–> Strong interpersonal, representational and organizational skills, with proven ability to facilitate and strengthen the involvement and collaboration of a broad range of internal and external partners.–> Strong skills in writing effectively.. –> Ability to work and achieve goals under pressure. –> Sound understanding of the impact of emergencies and crises on social and economic development, and its burden on populations.
- Respecting and promoting individual and cultural differences
- Ensuring the effective use of resources
- Creating an empowering and motivating environment
Use of Language Skills
Essential: Expert knowledge of English.
Desirable: Intermediate knowledge of French. Intermediate knowledge of Arabic.
WHO salaries for staff in the Professional category are calculated in US dollars. The remuneration for the above position comprises an annual base salary starting at USD 60,233 (subject to mandatory deductions for pension contributions and health insurance, as applicable), a variable post adjustment, which reflects the cost of living in a particular duty station, and currently amounts to USD 1566 per month for the duty station indicated above. Other benefits include 30 days of annual leave, allowances for dependent family members, home leave, and an education grant for dependent children.
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- A written test may be used as a form of screening.
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