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Junior Non - Key Experts Pool : Electoral Administration Technical Experts (EU SDGN II - NKE - C1) - Election Security Expert

Closing: Oct 1, 2022

5 days remaining

Published: Sep 12, 2022 (14 days ago)

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Brief description of the project: This technical assistance contract is aiming to lead the implementation of activities under Component 1 of the Programme –Support to INEC. This will require close synergy, coordination and collaboration with other components of the programme, with high priority on delivering as one. Furthermore, the Component 1 of the programme will, under the supervision of the Delegation, support monitoring and evaluation as well as communication and visibility activities across the six components to ensure a coherent and efficient programme delivery.

The purposes of this contract are as follows:

  • To engender the conditions for inclusive, transparent, credible, and peaceful elections and a more inclusive decision-making process with the meaningful participation of all sectors of society, including women, youth, and other marginalised groups.
  • In collaboration with the technical team of the Chairman of the electoral management Body (INEC) already embedded in the programme– Chief Technical Adviser, Special Adviser and Chief Press Secretary - provide capacity development support, technical assistance, policy and expert advice to the electoral management Body – the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC).
  • To contribute to the implementation of the EU Electoral Observation Missions (EU EOM) recommendations, as well as EU EOM follow up mission recommendations.
  • Under the direction of the EU Delegation, support Monitoring and Evaluation as well as communication and visibility activities across the programme components.

Requirements:

  • NKEs will have professional and technical profiles that allow them to effectively and efficiently work with national counterparts and experts and consultants of other development partners. 
  • All experts must be independent and free from conflicts of interest in the responsibilities they take on. 
  • Civil servants/public officials and other staff of the public administration of the Beneficiary country cannot be recruited as experts.

Qualifications and skills

  • Senior Non-Key Experts must have minimum years of experience of 10 years in areas relevant to the contract and to the position they are applying for.
  • Junior Key Experts must have minimum 5 years of experience in areas relevant to the contract and to the position they are applying for.
  • All NKEs will be specialists with a university degree level, fluency in English and computer literate, with verifiable and solid relevant professional experience. 


Responsibilities

Brief description of the project: This technical assistance contract is aiming to lead the implementation of activities under Component 1 of the Programme –Support to INEC. This will require close synergy, coordination and collaboration with other components of the programme, with high priority on delivering as one. Furthermore, the Component 1 of the programme will, under the supervision of the Delegation, support monitoring and evaluation as well as communication and visibility activities across the six components to ensure a coherent and efficient programme delivery.

The purposes of this contract are as follows:

  • To engender the conditions for inclusive, transparent, credible, and peaceful elections and a more inclusive decision-making process with the meaningful participation of all sectors of society, including women, youth, and other marginalised groups.
  • In collaboration with the technical team of the Chairman of the electoral management Body (INEC) already embedded in the programme– Chief Technical Adviser, Special Adviser and Chief Press Secretary - provide capacity development support, technical assistance, policy and expert advice to the electoral management Body – the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC).
  • To contribute to the implementation of the EU Electoral Observation Missions (EU EOM) recommendations, as well as EU EOM follow up mission recommendations.
  • Under the direction of the EU Delegation, support Monitoring and Evaluation as well as communication and visibility activities across the programme components.

Requirements:

  • NKEs will have professional and technical profiles that allow them to effectively and efficiently work with national counterparts and experts and consultants of other development partners. 
  • All experts must be independent and free from conflicts of interest in the responsibilities they take on. 
  • Civil servants/public officials and other staff of the public administration of the Beneficiary country cannot be recruited as experts.

Qualifications and skills

  • Senior Non-Key Experts must have minimum years of experience of 10 years in areas relevant to the contract and to the position they are applying for.
  • Junior Key Experts must have minimum 5 years of experience in areas relevant to the contract and to the position they are applying for.
  • All NKEs will be specialists with a university degree level, fluency in English and computer literate, with verifiable and solid relevant professional experience. 



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