Objective of the Contract with expected results/outcome/products/sub products/outputs:
In order to rejuvenate the Country’s Risk assessment, profiling and mitigation mechanisms, the Country Management Team has decided to invite a qualified consultant to review the country office’s structures, mechanisms, workflows, procedures and rules to ensure that the office is best equipped and enabled to ensure and be compliant with the related rules and regulations with:
The adequacy and effectiveness of the UNICEF Ukraine’s governance processes to support management of its country programme and operations:
The adequacy and effectiveness of controls and processes in operations functions (including ICT) established to support programme implementation:
Deliverables based on the work plan
The consultancy will be realized through:
Details of how the work should be delivered
The consultant is to hand-in a report that:
The report is to be treated as a confidential document with the sole purpose to enhance the office’s managerial performance.
Performance indicators for evaluation of results:
Definition of supervision arrangements
The Consultant is to be supervised by the Operations Manager in close collaboration with the Deputy Representative and oversight by the Representative.
Description of official travel involved
The consultancy requires travelling to Ukraine. No Travel Authorization is to be issued, as travel costs are included into the contract. Travel allowance will be negotiated due to the long-term duration of the consultancy. Travel will be authorised upon completion of the UNICEF’s “Basic Security in the Field” Course, “Advanced Security in the Field” Course, and “Landmine and Explosive Remnants of War Safety Training” (if travelling to the East of Ukraine is planned; the consultant may travel to field offices to stay up to 3 days in each – travel costs are to be a part of the whole contract lumpsum).
The consultant is to be responsible for insurance costs on his or her own, except MAIP insurance, which is added into the contract.
Support provided by UNICEF
Day-to-day support for the assignment will be provided by the Operations Manager in collaboration with the rest of the Management and will include the monitoring guidance, assessment of key information and informants; relevant information sharing via e-mail; de-briefing sessions; and facilitation of the consultant’s meetings with UNICEF counterparts when necessary.
The deadline for submission of applications is 22 May 2016.
Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.
Applicants that fulfil the above requirements are requested to complete and submit the following:
Important: Applications should contain all requested information including information on the expected fee for the consultancy otherwise will not be further considered.
Please, indicate “Management Review Consultant” in the subject of the email.
Applications can be submitted by:
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