Project: Support to the Implementation of the Roadmap for a Sustainable Solution to the Illegal
Possession, Misuse and Trafficking of Small Arms and Light
Weapons (SALW) and their Ammunition in the Western Balkans
Reporting to: UNDP SEESAC Project Manager
Duration: 10 September 2020 – 9 September 2021
MA in political or social sciences or related field.
Minimum 5 years of experience in project implementation, monitoring and reporting, in a development related field (democratic governance, human rights, poverty reduction, etc.);
At least 2 proven records of managing grants or other competitive funding allocation modalities, including preparing guidelines for calls for project proposals, supporting and overseeing implementation, and monitoring and reporting;
Minimum 3 years of working experience in international development organizations in South East Europe;
Experience in establishing or/and supporting the implementation of multi-donor trust funds will be an advantage;
Working experience in area of disarmament and arms control will be an advantage.
The South Eastern and Eastern Europe Clearinghouse for the Control of
Small Arms and Light Weapons (SEESAC)
Service Contract (SC)
Vacancy End Date
(Midnight New York, USA) 30/06/2020
Belgrade, Republic of Serbia
Education and Work Experience
Bachelor’s degree in related field– Business, Law, Public Administration or similar.
6 years of professional experience in fields relevant to the specific duties of the job such as in providing support to project implementation or administration is a requirement, preferably in an international organization (applicable for applicants having secondary education);
3 years of professional experience in fields relevant to the specific duties of the job such as in providing support to project implementation or administration
is a requirement, preferably in an international organization (applicable for applicants having bachelor’s degree);
Experience in collection, analysis and presentation of information for preparation of project reports, project documents, concepts, workplans, budgets, proposals on implementation arrangements and knowledge management products required;
Experience organizing meetings, workshops, seminars, conferences and other events including logistical preparations and correspondence required;
Experience in procuring goods and services is a strong asset;
Certificate in UNDP Procurement Certification programme is a strong asset;
Excellent understanding of the political and economic situation in the Western Balkans is a strong asset;
Knowledge of the existent legal and institutional frameworks for arms control, armed violence prevention and citizen security in South East Europe is a strong asset;
Knowledge of UNDP rules and procedures would be an asset.
Excellent knowledge of written and spoken Serbian and English.
Experience in the usage of computers and office software packages (MS Word, Excel, etc) and experience in handling of web-based management systems (i.e. ERP, Atlas, PeopleSoft programmes) is required.
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