The position is situated in the Office of Emergency Programmes (EMOPS) under the Emergency Specialist (Reporting/Global Appeals Manager). The Office of Emergency Programmes has several objectives: (a) strengthen preparedness and timely, effective and efficient response to humanitarian crises in varied contexts; (b) strengthen sustained access for principled humanitarian assistance and protection for children affected by humanitarian crises; and (c) strengthen on strategic alliances, partnerships and advocacy for child-focused humanitarian action.
The position will support the EMOPS Director’s Office, specifically in the areas of data management, communications as well as in delivering on its corporate reporting accountabilities. Under the supervision of and in regular consultation with the supervisor, support reports and data visualization, including web and graphic design. Support the delivery of EMOPS annual reports, as well as regular data aggregation of country humanitarian responses throughout the year for better accountability and fundraising through UNICEF’s humanitarian appeal (Humanitarian Action for Children) and for National Committee, donor, partner and other external audiences.
How can you make a difference?
The position is proposed to address existing gaps in EMOPS’s deliverables, specifically to (a) assist in coordination and data collation and analysis in support of UNICEF’s Global Humanitarian Action for Children appeal (b) regularly generate global aggregation of data to inform UNICEF’s ongoing performance in humanitarian action, which is currently only completed once annually for the launch of the Humanitarian Action for Children (HAC) appeal; (b) support allocation, tracking and utilization analysis of global humanitarian thematic funding for corporate reporting and resource mobilization (c) contribute to analysis for corporate reporting including for the Executive Director’s Annual Report and the Annual Results Report (Humanitarian Action); and (d) support development of additional products for use by senior EMOPS and UNICEF management (including the Executive Director and Deputy Executive Directors) during Executive Boards and other high level events, as well as for /resource mobilization and advocacy with donors.
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