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UNDP National Project Associate in Saint Kitts and Nevis

UNDP National Project Intern Associate in Saint kitts and Nevis

Country: Saint Kitts and Nevis
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UNDP National Project Intern Associate in Saint Kitts and Nevis

The UNDP National Project Intern Associate is expected to support technical, administrative (including logistical arrangements) and monitoring actions relating to project implementation, execution, and reporting. The successful candidate will provide support for the day-to-day management of the project in the mobilization of inputs, the organization of activities and other implementation support functions as requested.

Duties and Responsibilities for UNDP National Project Intern Associate

Responsibilities include:

Programmatic planning and resource mobilisation

  • Identify, synthesize and promote adoption of best practices and lessons learned, particularly innovative approaches and South-South cooperation directly linked to programmatic and project- level goals
  • Support the preparation of project-related documents
  • Make presentations as required to local, regional or international fora on relevant topics

Project development and implementation support

  • Support the Programme Manager (PM) in the conceptualisation, development and implementation of activities for projects
  • Provide technical and policy guidance in the design and implementation of activities, including research and strategic situational/problem analysis
  • Provide technical supporting the application of field methodologies related to the implementation of project activities as relevant
  • Advise and support the PM in the resolution of technical and administrative issues
  • Support the coordination of project activities and outputs with related UNDP and UN System initiatives
  • Support the recruitment of consultants and the administration of contracts through drafting TORs, finalizing advertisements;
  • Assist as necessary with project closure activities

Capacity building and knowledge management

  • Contribute to development and implementation of capacity building programmes at national and community levels
  • Respond to queries on demonstration activities’ progress, impacts and lessons

Monitoring and reporting

  • Assist inception activities including establishment and monitoring of indicators, baselines and targets
  • Conduct regular analysis of the effect of actual performance relative to the project timetable and budgets, in close collaboration with the PM
  • Support preparation of inputs to periodic narrative and financial reports, including donor and UNDP corporate reporting
  • Support Implementing Partners in the preparation of annual work plans, quarterly and annual progress reports as required

The incumbent performs other duties within their functional profile as deemed necessary for the efficient functioning of the Office and the Organisation.

Institutional Arrangement

Directly reports to the Multi-Country Project Coordinator and functions under the overall guidance of the Head Cluster, Nature, Climate and Energy

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Minimum Qualifications of the Successful NPSA

Min. Education Min. Education requirements

  • Secondary education is required
  • University degree (Bachelor’s Degree) in Environment or natural resource Management,    Environmental      Economics, Development, Business Administration, Coastal/Ocean Engineering, Project Management or similar field

Min. years of relevant work experience

  • Minimum 7 years with a Secondary Education or 4 years with Bachelor’s degree of relevant experience in environmental, climate change And/or development work, project management.

Required skills

  • Experience in the use of computers, office software packages (MS Word, Excel, etc.)and web-based management systems, and advanced knowledge of spreadsheet and database packages.

Desired skillsin addition to the competencies covered in the competencies section

  • Experience in environmental and climate change-related work, such as research, training, environmental assessments, and monitoring.
  • Experience in the coordination/implementation of environmental projects and activities.
  • Experience in the development and/or implementation of capacity building programmes at national and/or community levels is desirable
  • Experience in project administration/management would be an asset
  • Previous experience within the UN common system or International/regional Development Organizations is desirable.

Required Language(s)

  • Written and spoken English

Professional Certificates

  • Project management certification is desirable

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Type of Opportunity Internships
Deadline21 December,2023
CountrySaint Kitts and Nevis



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