National Project Coordinator for HPMP projects

Post Level: SB5 - Local Professional (Mid-Level & Senior)


Vacancy Announcement


TEMPORARY APPOINTMENT OF PROJECT PERSONNEL

INTERNAL/EXTERNAL

Only nationals and/or permanent residents of the country of the duty station are eligible to apply. Female candidates are particularly encouraged to apply.

VA2019_ISA_EXT_000172

Philippines

29 November 2019

Individual Service Agreement

NonStaff-Regular

19 December 2019


Organizational Context


The United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) is the specialized agency of the United Nations that promotes industrial development for poverty reduction, inclusive globalization and environmental sustainability. The mission of UNIDO, as described in the Lima Declaration adopted at the fifteenth session of the UNIDO General Conference in 2013, is to promote and accelerate inclusive and sustainable industrial development (ISID) in Member States. The relevance of ISID as an integrated approach to all three pillars of sustainable development is recognized by the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the related Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), which will frame United Nations and country efforts towards sustainable development in the next fifteen years. UNIDOs mandate is fully recognized in SDG-9, which calls to Build resilient infrastructure, promote inclusive and sustainable industrialization and foster innovation. The relevance of ISID, however, applies in greater or lesser extent to all SDGs. Accordingly, the Organizations programmatic focus is structured in four strategic priorities: Creating shared prosperity; Advancing economic competitiveness; Safeguarding the environment; and Strengthening knowledge and institutions.
Each of these programmatic fields of activity contains a number of individual programmes, which are implemented in a holistic manner to achieve effective outcomes and impacts through UNIDOs four enabling functions: (i) technical cooperation; (ii) analytical and research functions and policy advisory services; (iii) normative functions and standards and quality-related activities; and (iv) convening and partnerships for knowledge transfer, networking and industrial cooperation. Such core functions are carried out in Departments/Offices in its Headquarters, Regional Offices and Hubs and Country Offices.


The Directorate of Programme Development and Technical Cooperation (PTC) is responsible and accountable for providing technical cooperation services to enhance the capabilities of developing countries and economies in transition to promote ISID in the areas covered by five departments: Department of Programmes, Partnerships and Field Integration; Department of Agri-Business; Department of Trade, Investment and Innovation; Department of Environment; and Department of Energy.
This position is located under PTC/ENV/MPD and as one of the implementing agencies of the Multilateral Fund for the Implementation of the Montreal Protocol, UNIDO assists developing countries through its Montreal Protocol Division to be in compliance with their commitments under the Montreal Protocol on substances that deplete the ozone layer and/or cause global warming. While primarily concerned with the elimination of ozone-depleting substances (ODS), the activities carried out by UNIDO in this context also enable the industries concerned to achieve increased productivity and an improved economic performance in terms of lower operating costs, less maintenance and higher product quality and reliability.


PROJECT CONTEXT

As an Article 5 Party to the Montreal Protocol (MP) on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer, the Philippines has already embarked on its obligations to phase-out hydro chlorofluorocarbons (HCFCs) through its Stage I HCFC phase out Plan (HPMP), under which Philippines committed to freeze consumption of HCFCs in 2013 at its baseline level of 162.87 tons of ozone depleting potential (ODP), and reduced its HCFC consumption by 10% in 2015. The objective of this proposed Stage II HPMP is to support the government of Philippines in its next obligation under the Montreal Protocol, which is meeting 35% reduction target by January 1, 2020.

Decision 68/36 of the ExCom stipulates that the Multilateral Fund will assist the Philippines in its efforts meeting the 2020 target, by providing funds to achieve 15% of the baseline level (24.42 ODP tonnes).

Duty Station: Manila, Philippines

Approximate duration: 7 months (with the possibility of extension)

Main Functions


Under the overall coordination of the UNIDO Project Manager at HQ and the Head of Philippines Ozone Desk POD at the Department of Environment & Natural Resources DENR, the National Expert is required to assist DENR and UNIDO in the implementation of the project activities of the MLF- funded project Philippines Stage II HCFC Phase-out Management Plan.

The National Expert will be located at UNIDOs Country Office and will be supporting the planning and coordinating the execution of all necessary project activities:

- Overall planning & coordination
Prepare and monitor the execution of the project work plan and provide substantial guidance on execution of project activities.
All activities should always be organized in coordination with UNIDO Project Manager and NOU.

- Stakeholder coordination
Identify and coordinate all possible involvement of stakeholders at national level.
This includes the public sector, specifically relevant ministries and legislators and the NOU. This also includes the private industry sector, NGOs, associations etc.

- Project deliverables
Overview and support the recruitment as well as the tasks of national/international consultants and/or consultancy firm in the preparation of the different reports activities.
Update the related project implantation plan in close coordination with UNIDO Project Manager and NOU.

- Awareness raising & dissemination
Plan and manage awareness raising activities to broad range of stakeholders.
In close collaboration with UNIDO Project Manager and NOU, plan and manage continuous dissemination of project achievements and lessons learned to all stakeholders.

- Synergies with other projects
Identify relevant projects or international agreements that are implemented in the country and liaise with involved parties to create potential synergies and combine activities for the project.

- Reporting
Prepare regular updates to UNIDO Project Manager and NOU on the status of the project activities, informing on progresses/delays and propose adjustments/amendments of the work plan accordingly.

- Ad-hoc requests
Handle ad-hoc requests initiated by UNIDO Project Manager and NOU and ensure their successful implementation.

Core Competencies


WE LIVE AND ACT WITH INTEGRITY: work honestly, openly and impartially.
WE SHOW PROFESSIONALISM: work hard and competently in a committed and responsible manner.
WE RESPECT DIVERSITY: work together effectively, respectfully and inclusively, regardless of our differences in culture and perspective.
WE FOCUS ON PEOPLE: cooperate to fully reach our potential and this is true for our colleagues as well as our clients. Emotional intelligence and receptiveness are vital parts of our UNIDO identity.
WE FOCUS ON RESULTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES: focus on planning, organizing and managing our work effectively and efficiently. We are responsible and accountable for achieving our results and meeting our performance standards. This accountability does not end with our colleagues and supervisors, but we also owe it to those we serve and who have trusted us
to contribute to a better, safer and healthier world.
WE COMMUNICATE AND EARN TRUST: communicate effectively with one another and build an environment of trust where we can all excel in our work.
WE THINK OUTSIDE THE BOX AND INNOVATE: To stay relevant, we continuously improve, support innovation, share our knowledge and skills, and learn from one another.

Minimum Requirements



Education

Advanced university degree in engineering, environmental science, or other relevant discipline.


Languages

English - Fluent


Field of Expertise

- Minimum 5 years of experience in science, environment, or engineering;
- Previous knowledge in coordinating technical assistance projects;
- Knowledge of the Montreal Protocol and its Multilateral Fund mechanism is highly desirable;
- Proven knowledge of project mechanisms under MoE of Philippines is an asset;
- Familiarity with UNIDO procedures is an asset.


This appointment is limited to the specified project(s) only and does not carry any expectation of renewal.

Employees of UNIDO are expected at all times to uphold the highest standards of integrity, professionalism and respect for diversity, both at work and outside. Only persons who fully and unconditionally commit to these values should consider applying for jobs at UNIDO.

All applications must be submitted online through the Online Recruitment System Correspondence will be undertaken only with candidates who are being considered at an advanced phase of the selection process. Selected candidate(s) may be required to disclose to the Director General the nature and scope of financial and other personal interests and assets in respect of themselves, their spouses and dependants, under the procedures established by the Director General.


NOTE: The Director General retains the discretion to make an appointment to this post at a lower level.

National Project Coordinator for HPMP projects

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