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Project Coordinator

The National Project Coordinator consultancy is located in the Pacific Sub-Regional Office in Suva, Fiji and reports to the Humanitarian Specialist, UNFPA.

Job Purpose

UNFPA is seeking the services of an individual consultant to be based in Fiji to support the Humanitarian Team in undertaking country level coordination and delivery of technical support in the planning, implementation, monitoring, and evaluation of the various key interventions across the three USAIDsupported project outputs.

Qualifications

 Minimum Master’s degree in public health, medicine, sociology, demography, international development, management or other related field with Minimum of five (5) years professional experience.  Substantive knowledge and practical experience in Monitoring andEvaluation and information management; sexual and reproductive health; and Humanitarian and programming in emergency response.

Conditions & Remuneration:

UNFPA PSRO will contract the successful candidate under an individual contract and will be responsible for the payment of fees payable according to qualification and standard terms of payment and subject to satisfactory completion of assigned outputs. Payment will be made on completion of a monthly report.

Candidates must complete a United Nations Personal History (P.11) form, together with updated Curriculum Vitae and a Cover letter. Applications without completed P.11 form will not be considered. The P.11 form as well as a complete Terms of Reference can be downloaded from the office web site https://pacific.unfpa.org/en or a copy be obtained by sending an email to vacanciespsro@unfpa.org. Completed applications can be emailed to vacanciespsro@unfpa.org before midnight on Sunday, 3 rd October 2021.

Only nationals of Fiji will be considered for this position. Notice: There is no application, processing or other fee at any stage of the application process. UNFPA does not solicit or screen for information in respect of HIV or AIDS and does not discriminate on the basis of disabilities, HIV/AIDS and gender. UNFPA does not condone sexual exploitation and abuse.