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DCAF is currently preparing for the implementation of the project under the DFID funded Capability, Accountability, Sustainability and Inclusivity Programme (CASIP) aimed at providing support to the Palestinian Security Sector. The CASIP will deliver improved financial and human resources management, policy-making capability, a more effective security sector complaints handling system, and increased internal accountability of Palestinian Authority Security Forces (PASF).
DCAF is designing a multi-year programme proposal to support the objective. In support of the outcome, the Technical Assistance programme will support interventions in four identified thematic areas:
- Planning, research and Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E)
- Public financial management
- Human resources
It is expected that the project will run from July 2019 through 2021 contingent on funding.
Work under the Planning, Research and Monitoring and Evaluation and learning thematic area will focus on the following deliverables:
- PASF agencies have increased knowledge and capacities in preparing strategic, developmental, and operational plan.
- Pilot planning units at PASF agencies have capacities to work under the M&E system.
- The organizational structure of the planning departments of the Palestinian security forces is more capable of supporting the functions assigned to it.
- Propose recommendations to the Palestinian legal framework.
In order to support implementation of the planning and M&E thematic area DCAF is looking for qualified candidates for the post of:
Local Expert – Planning and M&E
Starting date: January 2020
Expected duration of assignment: Until 31st March 2020 (with possibility of extension contingent to funding availability). As part of a pool of experts, the number of working days will be agreed upon once tasks are assigned.
In close coordination with the Team Leader, the Deputy Head of Programme, the international experts on Planning and M&E and the local coordinator, the local experts on planning will support the implementation of the 21 month intervention plan (Planning and MEL component) at the Ministry of Interior and all security services and commissions with a focus on determining the scope of work in planning research and MEL thematic area. The scoping exercise could include preparations of for example:
- An M&E framework document for the PASF agencies
- An M&E plan for the PASF agencies
- M&E System for the PASF agencies based on the Framework and the Plan is in place
- A capacity building programme for the planning units on the strategic and operational planning process is conducted
- Working tools & training tools to be used for the capacity building programmes are developed.
جميع الحقوق محفوظة لموقع جوبس.
Education, knowledge and experience
- Master’s degree in Public Policy or related fields;
- A minimum of 10 years relevant work experience in strategic planning and M&E;
- Previous work in/with public institutions as well as with senior management of governmental institutions;
- Excellent command of oral and written Arabic, English is an asset;
- Specific knowledge or experience in any of the aforementioned two gaps (purpose of the mandate) is an asset;
- Experience in working in multicultural and interdisciplinary teams;
- Experience in facilitating workshops;
- Experience in drafting documents/reports
- Proven experience in developing an intervention plan including: outputs, activities, time frame, defining roles and responsibilities, risk plan.
- Excellent communication and drafting skills;
- Proven problem-solving skills;
- Strong planning and analytical skills;
- Ability to work under pressure and to tight deadlines;
- Cultural sensitivity;
- Excellent team work;
- IT skills, particularly in Word and Excel.
- a rewarding, dynamic and challenging work experience
- the chance to be part of a multicultural team of supportive, hardworking and values-driven people
- the chance to contribute to improving security of states and their people within a framework of democratic governance, the rule of law, and respect for human rights
The honorarium will be proposed based on DCAF standards for daily rate for local experts. Individual Terms of Reference for the delivery of each of the work packages (up to ten) will be agreed with the selected expert, together with delivery dates and an agreement for the number of working days that will be required to deliver each work package (maximum 30 paid working days until 31 March 2021).
- a one-page motivational statement in English describing your relevant experience and what you can bring to DCAF
- a concise CV (maximum two pages)