UNICEF Skills Development Assessment Consultant Jobs 2022 – Zambia Jobs

UNICEF Skills Development Assessment Consultant Jobs 2022 – Zambia Jobs. UNICEF Zambia looking for “Skills Development Assessment Consultant”. Applicants with A Advanced degree may apply on or before 21 September 2022.

UNICEF Skills Development Assessment Consultant Jobs 2022

The UNICEF has published a job vacancy announcement on 08 September 2022 for qualified Zambia’s to fill in the vacant post of Skills Development Assessment Consultant to be based in Lusaka, Zambia.

Recruiter United Nations Children’s Emergency Fund (UNICEF)
Position Skills Development Assessment (SDA) Consultant
Location Lusaka, Zambia
Country Zambia
Total Vacant Post N/A
Qualification Advanced degree
Experience Required 10 Years working experience
Application Deadline 21 September 2022

UNICEF Job Vacancy 2022

Specific Tasks: Under the overall guidance of the Deputy Representative, Operations and in close collaboration with the Representative, Section Chiefs and the Staff Development Committee, the consultant will facilitate focused discussions with each section, and one-on-one discussions with staff members to determine the required skills, experience, technical knowledge, and competencies to deliver the programme, and assess current skills profiles within the office.

In view of the new global organizational and office priorities, the consultant will assess the learning, training strategies and approaches to help identify best practices to build on.

How can you make a difference?

UNICEF Zambia country office is starting a new Country Programme for 2022-2025.  To enable the country office to deliver results for children efficiently and effectively, it is important that staff are equipped with the necessary skills, knowledge, and competencies to perform their duties.  UNICEF, through its staff, needs to be strategically placed to respond and align itself with the dynamic changes arising from the macro-environmental factors prevailing in the country, including the COVID and other emergencies, and be able to respond to the emerging issues affecting women and children.  Whilst UNICEF is fully supportive of staff training and development initiatives, this must be focused, structured and relevant so that efforts benefit both individual staff and the country programme, and there is a meaningful return on the time and resources invested.

Qualification & Experience:

  • Advanced degree or equivalent professional qualification in HR Management, Organizational Development, Psychology, or related field
  • 10 Years working experience in organizational development, HR management and HR development
  • Experience in training analysis and delivery as well as coaching, focusing on strategic alignment to organizational objectives.
  • Work experience with the UN would be an asset
  • High motivation/commitment to proactively support the team
  • Ability to express clearly and concisely ideas in written and oral form
  • Ability to work in an international and multi-cultural environment with good interpersonal skills
  • Ability to organize and prioritize work
  • Excellent report writing and facilitation skills (in English)

Other Details

  • Contract Type: Full Time
  • Selection Process: Interview
  • Salary: negotiable
  • Application Process: Online

How to Apply UNICEF Skills Development Assessment Consultant Jobs 2022

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The Closing Date: 21 September 2022

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interviews.

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UNICEF is an independent development and humanitarian non-profit organisation that advances children’s rights and equality for girls. We support children’s rights from birth until they reach adulthood, and enable children to prepare for – and respond to – crises and adversity. We believe in the power and potential of every child, but know this is often suppressed by poverty, violence, exclusion and discrimination.