Jobs in Tanzania 2021: New Job Opportunities at UN Women Tanzania, 2021
AJIRA MPYA TANZANIA 2021 | NAFASI MPYA ZA KAZI 2021
Advertised on behalf of : UN Women
Location : Dar es Salaam, TANZANIA
Type of Contract : FTA International
Post Level : P-3
Languages Required : English
Duration of Initial Contract : 1 year
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is committed to achieving workforce diversity in terms of gender,
nationality and culture. Individuals from minority groups, indigenous
groups and persons with disabilities are equally encouraged to apply.
All applications will be treated with the strictest confidence
UNDP does not tolerate sexual exploitation and abuse, any kind of
harassment, including sexual harassment, and discrimination. All
selected candidates will, therefore, undergo rigorous reference and
UN Women, grounded in the vision of equality
enshrined in the Charter of the United Nations, works for the
elimination of discrimination against women and girls; the empowerment
of women; and the achievement of equality between women and men as
partners and beneficiaries of development, human rights, humanitarian
action and peace and security.
In Tanzania, UN Women contributes
to the United Nations Development Assistance Plan (UNDAP II) 2016-2022,
within the context of UN Delivering as One. The UNDAP supports the
achievement of the international development goals, including the
Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), national development priorities
including the FYDP III (under development), and the localization of
global norms and standards on gender equality and women’s empowerment
(GEWE). UN Women is mandated to lead, coordinate, and promote the
accountability of the UN system in its work on GEWE. Under this mandate
and in line with the 2020 Quadrennial Comprehensive Policy Review
(QCPR), UN Women provides technical and coordination support across the
UN system in Tanzania to deliver results for diverse groups of women and
Towards this end, UN Women serves as the secretariat
for the newly established UN Gender Coordination Mechanism (UNGCM),
supporting the Resident Coordinator as the groups’ chair to strengthen
the UN’s contribution to advancing GEWE. In this capacity, UN Women also
provides substantive support for the implementation of the UN
System-Wide Action Plan (UNCT-SWAP) Gender Equality Scorecard. The UN
System in Tanzania has developed a Common Country Analysis (CCA) and is
in the process of developing a UN Sustainable Development Cooperation
Framework (UNSDCF). In the context of UN reform, the UNSDCF is the key
planning and operational framework, outlining the UN’s support to Agenda
2030 and the SDGs. The UNGCM has a key role to play in ensuring that
GEWE is strategically positioned across the CCA and UNSDCF, in line with
the global norms set out in the UNCT-SWAP Scorecard, and to ensure the
participation of diverse groups of women and girls. The UN Gender
Coordination Mechanisms (UNGCM) also provides an important opportunity
for the UN to coordinate its support to government and CSO partners
working to advance the rights of women and girls, including the
implementation of the FYDP III, the National Gender Policy and the
implementation of the normative framework.
normative coherence, UN Women leads the UNDAP Outcome Group on Women’s
Leadership and Political Participation (OG WLPP). Outcome Groups are
interagency groups responsible for coordinating UNDAP delivery on joint
results; overseeing implementation, management, monitoring, evaluation,
and reporting. This focus on strengthening women’s leadership and
political participation in governance at national and local levels
remains a key priority for the new UNSDCF, featuring as a critical issue
under the proposed “Enabling Environment” Outcome. The full development
of this Outcome is currently ongoing, under the co-leadership of UN
Women and UNDP. UN Women is also playing a key coordination role to
support gender mainstreaming in the other three proposed Outcomes of the
The UNCT in Tanzania has increasingly focused on
addressing the intersections between gender and other key issues within
the LNOB agenda, such as disability inclusion, including through
strengthening coordination across these critical issues. As a co-lead
in recent joint LNOB and disability inclusion initiatives, UN Women has a
continuing role to play in strengthening coordinated intersectional
approaches to advance GEWE, disability and other LNOB issues.
greater institutional coherence, UN Women chairs the UN Prevention of
Sexual Exploitation and Abuse Network (PSEA Network). The network
coordinates UN Agency efforts to implement the Secretary-General’s
directives on Special Measures for Protection from Sexual Exploitation
and Sexual Abuse (ST/SGB/2003/13). Working in close partnership with
UNICEF and the Resident Coordinator’s Office, UN Women convenes the UNCT
to accelerate progress towards meeting the PSEA minimum operating
standards (PSEA MOS).
Reporting to the UN Women Country
Representative, the Coordination Specialist will work in close
collaboration with the Resident Coordinator’s Office to support the UNCT
achieve greater normative, operational, and institutional coherence on
GEWE and LNOB across the current Outcomes of the UNDAP and the future
Outcomes of the UNSDCF. Working through the inter-agency coordination
mechanisms outlined above to connect the UN system internally and
externally with key government and civil society partners.
Duties and Responsibilities
1. Manage inter-agency coordination on GEWE+lnob to achieve a coherent and aligned presence for the UN portfolio in Tanzania.
- Provide substantive technical support to the RCO and UNCT on inter-agency coordination on GEWE+LNOB related activities;
- Convene inter-agency dialogue and strategic positioning on critical GEWE issues.
in and provide support to joint inter-agency UN planning processes and
similar exercises, including by supporting the effective functioning of
the current OG WLPP under the UNDAP;
- Ensure efficient coordination and management of the UNGCM, in close collaboration with the RCO;
- Oversee the planning, implementation, monitoring and reporting of the UNCT-SWAP Gender Scorecard;
coordination and technical support to the planning, implementation,
monitoring and reporting of the disability scorecard;
- Ensure efficient management of the PSEA coordination mechanisms, in close collaboration with the RCO and UNICEF;
- Provide substantive support to policy papers, briefing notes and talking points as required;
with the Resident Coordinator’s Office, other UN agencies, government
departments, donors, and NGOs on GEWE+LNOB to ensure harmonization and
alignment with other in-country efforts;
2. Provide technical support on gender mainstreaming and LNOB principles to the UNCT in strategic planning and reporting.
- Provide technical support localization of global norms and standards on GEWE within UN strategic planning processes.
part in and coordinate agency gender and LNOB focal point engagement in
country level CCA/ UNSDCF processes and similar exercises related to
the RC system;
- Prepare substantive inputs towards the establishment of a gender transformative CCA/ UNSDCF and other documents as necessary;
substantive inputs to country programming processes and products to
ensure the incorporation of gender equality perspectives, including
Joint Work Plans, ensuring the incorporation of the UNCT Gender Equality
Marker, programme/ project documents and other UN system joint
- Coordinate substantive agency inputs to joint UN reporting on GEWE results.
coordination support the engagement of GEWE CSO’s, women’s rights
advocates, and other stakeholders in UN strategic planning processes and
3. Provide technical support and guidance to the development of strategic partnerships and resource mobilization efforts
and foster UN partnerships on GEWE and LNOB principles with relevant
line ministries, development partners, and civil society organizations,
including organisations representing the most marginalized groups of
- Coordinate UN support to national GEWE coordination
mechanisms, including the Development Partners Group – Gender and the
Gender Mainstreaming Working Group – Macro Policy;
guidance and advice to development partners and national counterparts on
implementation of key UN frameworks and conventions on gender equality;
capacity development on GEWE and gender mainstreaming to UN Agencies in
country, Civil Society Organizations, and other stakeholders.
4. Facilitate Inter-Agency Knowledge Building and Sharing on GEWE
- Monitor GEWE trends globally and in Tanzania and update the RC and UNCT as appropriate.
engagement of the UN system in Tanzania on strategic GEWE issues,
including CEDAW, Sustainable Development Goals, and the Country Gender
- Participate in and contribute to policy dialogues and initiatives around GEWE;
the development and dissemination of good practices and lessons learned
on GEWE and gender mainstreaming across the UN system in Tanzania;
support incorporation into programme and policy planning;
- Provide knowledge management and awareness raising support across the UN system on critical GEWE issues;
- Oversee inter-agency capacity building exercises on GEWE, including gender mainstreaming.
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Key Performance Indicators
- Timely and quality contributions to the GCM, LNOB, OG WLPP, PSEA and other coordination meetings;
- Quality inputs and technical support on coordination and GEWE provided to UN agencies;
- Quality inputs to planning processes and reports;
- Greater awareness among UN stakeholders of global GEWE norms and standards;
- Quality briefing notes and advocacy materials;
- Timely engagement with government, CSO and DP partners on critical GEWE events and initiatives.
- Increased awareness of UN work on GEWE.
- Respect for Diversity
- Awareness and Sensitivity Regarding Gender Issues
- Creative Problem Solving
- Effective Communication
- Inclusive Collaboration
- Stakeholder Engagement
- Leading by Example
- Strong knowledge of gender equity and women’s empowerment and LNOB issues
- Strong knowledge of UN system and understanding of inter-agency coordination processes.
- Strong knowledge of results-based programme planning and management.
- Strong analytical, writing and presentation skills.
to promote and monitor inclusion of gender-specific objectives,
indicators, targets, and activities in the UN agencies programmes.
- Ability to provide advice and support.
- Familiarity with UN Women and its mandate and strategic priorities a strong advantage.
Required Skills and Experience
Education and Certification
degree (or equivalent) in international development, public
administration, public policy, or other relevant social science field is
- A first-level university degree in combination with
two additional years of qualifying experience may be accepted in lieu of
the advanced university degree.
least 5 years of progressively responsible experience working with
inter-agency coordination to advance GEWE, including gender
mainstreaming in strategic planning processes;
international and country level experience with the United Nations,
preferably on UN interagency coordination and reform – delivering as one
or joint programming.
- Experience in engagement with gender
equality and intersectionality issues including report writing,
evaluative assessments and data compilation and analysis of relevance to
broad accountability frameworks.
- Experience in working with
multiple stakeholders, Development Partners, governments, and civil
society, on gender and intersectionality issues including mainstreaming
GEWE and LNOB.
- Previous experience of the UNCT-SWAP Gender Equality Scorecard a strong advantage.
- Fluency in both written and spoken English required.
- Knowledge of Swahili is an asset.
All applications must include (as an attachment) a completed UN Women Personal History form (P-11) which can be downloaded from http://www.unwomen.org/about-us/employment.
note that the system will only allow one attachment and candidates are
required to include in the P-11 form links for their previously
published reports and articles completed within the last two years.
Applications without the completed UN Women P-11 form will be treated as
incomplete and will not be considered for further assessment.
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this information in your application.?
UN Women?has a
zero-tolerance policy on conduct that is incompatible with the aims and
objectives of the United Nations and UN Women, including sexual
exploitation and abuse, sexual harassment, abuse of authority and
discrimination.? All selected candidates will be expected to adhere to
UN Women’s policies and procedures and the standards of conduct expected
of UN Women personnel and will therefore undergo rigorous reference and
background checks. (Background checks will include the verification of
academic credential(s) and employment history. Selected candidates may
be required to provide additional information to conduct a background
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Application Deadline : 07-Dec-21 (Midnight New York, USA)