NATIONAL POST: Programme Analyst, Humanitarian, Jakarta, Indonesia Country Office, NOB

Level: NOB
Contract Type: Fixed Term Appointment
Closing date: 21 March 2018 - 5:00pm (New York time)
Duty station: Jakarta, Indonesia
Job ID: 14994

PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS VACANCY IS ONLY FOR NATIONALS OF INDONESIA.

Position summary: 

The Programme Analyst, Humanitarian is located in the Indonesia Country Office (CO) and reports to the Assistant Representative. 
Job Purpose:

Under the overall guidance of the Representative and direct supervision of the Assistant Representative the Programme Analyst, Humanitarian develops and administers the UNFPA programme/projects in functions related to humanitarian assistance in close collaboration with the humanitarian coordination team.

Requirements:

Qualifications and Experience

Education:

Advanced Master’s degree in public health, demography, gender, sociology, development studies, or other related social sciences; or medical degree.
 

Knowledge and Experience: 

• At least 2 years of progressively responsible experience in programme design and implementation, including significant experience in humanitarian or crisis settings. 
• Understanding of reproductive health, including HIV/AIDS prevention and basic demographic skills. 
• Strong knowledge of gender dimensions of conflict and natural disaster, as well as of humanitarian programming. 
• Initiative and sound judgment. Must be highly organized and have demonstrated ability to work well under tight deadlines and in a team.  
• Strong interest in development work, especially the mission of the United Nations Population Fund. 
• Ability to work well under deadline, excellent interpersonal communication skills and negotiation skills. 
 
Languages: 

Fluency in oral and written English and Bahasa Indonesia. Knowledge of an additional UN Language is desirable

We are no longer accepting applications for this position.

Indonesia
Population : 264 mil
Fertility rate
2.3
Maternal Mortality Ratio
126
Contraceptives prevalence rate
62
Population aged 10-24
26%
Youth secondary school enrollment
Boys 75%
Girls 75%