Project Coordinator - IRM - Reintegration and Rehabilitation of Involuntary Returned Migrants in Jamaica Project

Country: Jamaica
Language: EN
Number: 7298107
Publication date: 26-01-2018
Source: United Nations Procurement Notices (UNDP)
Tags: Accounting services Urban planning Travel management services Travel services Security

Description

Project Coordinator - IRM - Reintegration and Rehabilitation of Involuntary Returned Migrants in Jamaica Project
Procurement Process : Other
Office : Country Office - JAMAICA
Deadline : 31-Jan-18
Posted on : 25-Jan-18
Development Area : OTHER
Reference Number : 43771
Link to Atlas Project :
00089233 - Returned Migrants in Jamaica
Documents :
Terms of Reference
P11 Form
Confirmation of Interest and Financial Proposal
General Terms and Conditions
Overview :

Background and Context

The Reintegration & Rehabilitation of Involuntary Returned Migrants Project will complement and build on existing initiatives at the national and local levels to strengthen systems to address issues associated with the treatment of involuntary returned migrants in the country and especially in urban centres. This project seeks to strengthen the policy, legislative and institutional framework that guides the management and treatment of IRMs to the island. This includes finalizing the National Deportation Policy and developing a strategy and standard operating procedures (SOPs) for managing the rehabilitation and reintegration of involuntary returned migrants.

The project will also contribute to increasing the capacity of entities including non-government organizations to provide more efficient and effective services to IRMs and strengthen the integration of migration issues in the local sustainable development planning process now being undertaken by local authorities. It is expected that the project will result in the creation of a national coordination mechanism through the building of partnerships to address issues concerning involuntary returned migrants, aligned to the country’s policy priorities on migration.

The project’s key expected outcomes are:

  • Improved policy and legislative framework governing issues related to Involuntary Returned Migrants (IRMs)
  • Enhanced access to services for IRMs
  • Enhanced capacity of local authorities, to mainstream migration in planning and service provisions

The overall goal of this project is to have an improved coordinating system for the rehabilitation and reintegration of involuntary returned migrants.

Scope of Work

UNDP wishes to engage a project coordinator with a strong project administration background who can efficiently and effectively facilitate and support activities for project implementation with relevant partners and stakeholder.

Key Duties and Responsibilities

Specifically the project coordinator will be responsible for the following duties:

Project planning and implementation

Coordinates the general planning, execution and monitoring of the project’s activities

Guides the implementation of project activities by the Ministry of National Security (MNS) and the Ministry of Local Government and Community Development (MLGCD).

In collaboration with the MNS and MLGCD Prepares annual work plans for the project for endorsement by the Project Steering Committee

Assists in the mobilization of goods and services to initiate activities, including drafting TORs and work specifications, with guidance from the Technical Specialists, and coordinating procurement processes

Supervises the execution of all contracts, approves intermediate payments against review of deliverables, and prepares final evaluations as a condition for final payment

Ensures that the administrative, technical and financial processes are carried out in conformity with UNDP regulations, policies and procedures

Project monitoring

Monitors and analyses project implementation, including coordinating and participating in monitoring missions

Monitors events as determined in the Annual Work Plan, and updates the plan as required

Monitors financial resources and accounting to ensure accuracy and reliability of financial reports and oversees the overall financial processes for the project in collaboration with the MNS and MLGCD representatives.

Coordinates meetings with key stakeholders e.g. Project Steering Committee meetings

Manages and monitors the project risks initially identified; submits new risks to the Project Steering Committee for consideration and decision on possible actions if required; and updates the status of these risks by maintaining the Project Risk Log

Coordinates project evaluation, including developing and implementing the management response

Completes progress reports for the project as required

Knowledge sharing

Develops, in consultation with UN Communications Specialists, a communications/Visibility Plan for the project and support knowledge sharing activities

Facilitates information sharing and coordination of activities amongst beneficiaries

Other activities

Undertakes any other activities required for the fulfilment of the mandate of the position

Undertakes any other duties as may be required

APPLICATION PROCEDURE

Qualified and interested candidates are requested to apply no later than 31 January 2018.

Please submit the following to demonstrate your interest and qualifications by explaining why you are the most suitable for the work:

  • Cover letter explaining why you are the most suitable candidate for the advertised position.
  • Completed P11 form (Personal History Form) (available on UNDP website) including past experience in similar projects and contact details of referees. Please also include a detailed CV.
  • Technical Proposal – should include (a) detailed proposed strategy/methodology, work plan timeline; risks/limitations; consideration of a gender approach for assignment; (b) detailed profile of the expertise of the consultant, especially as it relates to scope of work;
  • Financial Proposal- specifying a total lump sum amount for the tasks specified in this announcement. The financial proposal shall include a breakdown of this lump sum amount for the specified tasks (e.g., costs related to data collection, validation session, travel, and any other costs, including the number of anticipated working days). Overall, this financial proposal should include costs to deliver the work plan.

Incomplete applications will not be considered. Please make sure you have provided all requested documents.