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(UNDP) Reporting Intern Analyst, TA – International Position Internship in Kyiv, Ukraine.
The Reporting Intern Analyst is expected to provide efficient, timely, responsive, client-friendly and high-quality support rendered to the project and its beneficiaries in the accomplishment of their functions in order to coordinate project reporting processes, ensuring the preparation of timely project reports, and strengthen partnership, representation and collaboration. UNDP is scaling-up the project interventions within Mine Action with a focus on supporting Mine Action authorities and emergency service responders.
Duties and Responsibilities for Reporting Intern Analyst
Under the overall guidance from, and the supervision of the UNDP Mine Action Strategy Specialist, the incumbent will be responsible for facilitating a process aimed at ensuring the achievement of the following results.
Coordinate project reporting processes and ensure preparation of timely project reports:
Implement a project reporting system according to UNDP Policies and Procedures and Country Office (CO) Standard Operations Procedures (SOPs);
Draft clear and concise project reports (UNDP corporate, donor-specific, regular updates) according to quality management guidelines, timelines (and other specifics as per donor agreements) and coordinate and follow-up on reports with the project team and the UNDP CO management.
Systematically work towards improvement of the quality of results reporting, focusing on impact and outcome driven narratives.
Work closely with the UNDP CO management and Communication Unit to update project information materials such as project fact sheets, project summaries, project website and social media sites.
Draft lessons learned and best practices in operational and programmatic areas of the project as required.
Maintain and update the donor reporting monitoring tool on a regular basis and develop other tools needed to improve overall reporting.
Assist UNDP CO management, implementing partners and other project partners in preparation of plans and reports as required.
2. Strengthen partnerships, representation, and collaboration:
Maintain effective relationships with the project team, including field-based staff, CO staff and management, counterparts in other UN Agencies, funds and programmes, and Government counterparts to promote and strengthen coordinated reporting for the work of project.
Provide inputs to the Mine Action Strategy Specialist for improving the efficiency and effectiveness of the project by identifying bottlenecks in completing project activities and developing plans to minimize or eliminate such bottlenecks.
Actively participate in relevant project meetings, supporting record keeping and follow up as required.
Work with UNDP and Government communication units to support the design, coordination, and dissemination of public information products and communication activities and analyze knowledge and share organizational learning among project staff through the development and use of tools, templates, tips, mechanisms and guidelines.
Participate in field missions, monitoring of project’s activities and preparation of Back to Office Reports;
Promote a safe and enabling environment free of any kind of discrimination and abusive behavior, and gender-responsive communications based on the corporate principles.
Any other duties as requested and tasked by the Mine Action Strategy Specialist.
Advanced university degree (master’s degree or equivalent) insocial/public policy, or disability studies, rights and inclusion, public administration, or politics, or economics, or international relations, or project management, or development studies, or law, or social sciences, or any other related fields OR
A first-level university degree (bachelor’s degree) in combination with an additional two years of qualifying experience will be given due consideration in lieu of the advanced university degree.
Minimum 2 years (with master’s degree) or 4 years (with bachelor’s degree) of working experience at the national or international level in monitoring and reporting of development projects/programmes.
Prior experience in clearly communicating impact and outcome results-based reporting, with a focus on lessons learned and recommendations is desired.
Experience in research, analysis, and advocacy of findings across the humanitarian, development, peace nexus is desired.
Experience in the United Nations systems is an asset.
Experience working in conflict and post-conflict states, including Ukraine, is an asset.