United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Duties and Responsibilities Ensure all applications for the National Coding Camps are processed. Ensure All applicants are notified, and necessary documents are submitted on time. Ensure all logistics and documentation are in place for all the national coding camps taking place in Addis, Adama and Awassa accordingly. Undertake all necessary facilitation of arrangements, coordination and follow up for the successful finalization of the three weeks coding camp. Take notes and record all recommendations discussions and decisions accurately and objectively during National Coding camps and AGCCI Partners Meetings. Ensure that the proceedings under each agenda item for the meetings are properly documented. Support tracking of trainees to ensure that they are using acquired knowledge to advance their careers or entrepreneurial ideas. Together with the other consultants serve as primary focal persons for participants of the National coding camp. Key Performance Indicators (Delivery) Create Data Base of applicants for AGCCI National Coding Camp Ensure the signing of the waiver forms by parents/guardians of the coding camp participants Ensure filling up of the pre and post questionnaire Ensure data entry of pre and post questionnaire Inform applicants on application status Coordinate and Chaperon National Coding Camp participants Prepare Participant give away bag with information on the program, schedule, Laptops etc. Assist in designing creative activities for participants. Competencies Core Values: Respect for Diversity Integrity Professionalism Core Competencies: Awareness and Sensitivity regarding Gender Issues Accountability Creative Problem Solving Effective Communication Inclusive Collaboration Stakeholder Engagement Functional Competencies Personal commitment, ability to work without constant supervision, and capacity to work effectively and harmoniously with colleagues from varied cultures and professional backgrounds. Good oral and written reporting skills including ability to communicate fluently in English language. Good listening skills Computer skills (i.e. Word, Excel, PowerPoint, social media, and others) Required Skills and Experience Education and certification Bachelor's degree with 1-2 relevant working experience or Master's Degree with no experience in communications, Social Sciences, Law, international relations, or gender and development is the basic requirement Experience: Working with diverse youth Personal commitment, ability to work without constant supervision, and capacity to work effectively and harmoniously with colleagues from varied cultures and professional backgrounds. Strong communication skills Assessment, analytical and planning skills Excellent computer, drafting and editing skills Full command of Microsoft applications, particularly Word, and other relevant software. Language Requirements: Fluency in English and Amharic is required; Working knowledge of another official UN language is an asset.
Jul 06, 2019