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Recrutement de 01 Scoping Specialist - Consultant

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  • Kenya
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Description de l'offre d'emploi

Recrutement de 01 Scoping Specialist - Consultant
Niveau d'études: Bac + 4
Expérience: 7 ans
Expire le: 16-12-2023

ONU Carrière
Nairobi, Kenya
Scoping Specialist - Consultant

Vacance de poste
Référence de l’avis de vacance: 223206
Réseau d’emplois : Gestion et administration
Famille d’emplois : Gestion et analyse des programmes
Catégorie et classe : Consultants, CON
Lieu d’affectation : NAIROBI
Département/Bureau : Programme des Nations Unies pour l'environnement
Date de publication : Dec 6, 2023
Date limite de candidature : Dec 16, 2023

Résultat de la prestation
This assignment will contribute to the implementation of the UNEP-led WBDE project by identifying what kinds of WBDE activities exist, what the policy environment is, who the key stakeholders are, and how the UNEP-led WBDE project can be most effectively implemented.

Lieu de travail
HOME BASED

Durée prévue
six months

Fonctions et responsabilités
United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) is the leading global environmental authority that sets the global environmental agenda, promotes the coherent implementation of the environmental dimension of sustainable development within the United Nations system and serves as an authoritative advocate for the global environment. Its mandate is to coordinate the development of environmental policy consensus by keeping the global environment under review and bringing emerging issues to the attention of governments and the international community for action. UNEP’s Ecosystems Division engages with governments and other partners to develop and promote ecosystem-based solutions for sustainable development. This position is in Biodiversity and Land Branch.
The Wild Biodiversity Economy (WBDE) initiative intends to strengthen the sustainable use practices of land and species as a competitive livelihood and development strategy to meet people’s needs, whilst also reducing biodiversity loss.
The project focuses on knowledge creation and advocacy for the creating of sustainable, inclusive and nature-based economic opportunities through the WBDE. Building on existing data, partnerships will be mobilised to further strengthen the incorporation of WBDE elements into integrated policies and the scaling up of context appropriate WBDE best practices within and across regions. This project will communicate and expand the uptake of viable and attractive WBDE approaches in targeted regions to support the conservation, restoration, and sustainable use of biodiversity in a manner that it delivers socio-economic development to countries and, in particular those communities that are the stewards of biodiverse lands. This initiative is currently under the project preparation phase.
Under the overall supervision of the Head of the Biodiversity People and Landscapes Unit, with direct oversight by the Programme manager within the Biodiversity, People and Landscapes Unit, the consultant will undertake a scoping study to produce a State of Knowledge Report in Latin America and the Caribbean for the WBDE. The Scoping Specialist is expected to:
Define a framework for the report.
- Conduct a literature review of all WBDE related activities (recognizing that these activities may be done under different names in different countries / regions) to gather data and source relevant materials.
- Identify relevant case studies from across the region to illustrate the state of the WBDE in the region, including diversity in terms of geographic location, biomes, WBDE activities, policies and socio-economic context.
- Define a framework, table of contents and scope of the state of knowledge report that covers the main aspects to be covered in the context study.
Conduct comprehensive desk research to global WBDE landscape in the selected region, adhering to the pre-defined framework and scope.
- Provide an overview of the character and status of the WBDE and different terms used to describe it in the region, as appropriate (for example the types of WBDE initiatives that exist including animal-based activities such as hunting, wild animal farming, plant-based activities such as forestry, Non-Wood Forest Products, landscape-based activities including tourism)1.(Please refer to the ALU report on Status of Wildlife Economy in Africa for guidance)
- Provide an overview of the policy, regulatory and legal framework governing the WBDE, incorporating insightful case studies from selected countries.
- Identify country-specific gaps pertaining to various types of WBDE activities and practices, as relevant.
- Identify opportunities to promote the update of the WBDE in the region.
- Highlight good practices with relevance to the selected region, incorporating case studies and lessons learned.
- Obtain facts and statistics rooted in science and knowledge that can enable informed decision-making on the WBDE, monitoring progress, and that can provide guidance for the successful implementation of the WBDE.
- Identify the primary stakeholders engaged in activities related to the WBDE, as well as any related terms, within the region.
- Produce a regional scoping report summarizing findings from above.

Qualifications/Compétences
An advanced University degree (Master’s degree or equivalent) in international relations, economics, political science, international development or another relevant technical field from a recognized institutions is required. A first level university degree in similar fields in combination with two additional years of qualifying experience may be accepted in lieu of the advanced university degree.
- A minimum of 7 years of work experience in international development, strategy, advocacy, partnership is required.
- Experience working in the environment field is highly desirable.
- Experience working for a UN agency is an asset.
- Demonstrated experience in design, management and execution of projects, including desk research and delivery of recommendations.
- Experience in operating independently and in providing expert advice and support on partnerships.
- Required field of work and where applicable, area of specialty: Strategy, environment

Specific Skills:
i. Ability to communicate research findings clearly
ii. Technical skills, knowledge and track record in working with international organisations in the environment sector
iii. Knowledge of the Wildlife Biodiversity Economy
iv. Communication and presentation skills
v. Planning and organisation skills
vi. Writing and reporting

Traduction
English and French are the working languages of the United Nations. For this assignment, fluency in written and spoken English is required. Working knowledge of another UN language is an advantage.

Informations supplémentaires
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Nairobi, Kenya
Type d'emploi
Temps plein
Domaine
Gestion d'entreprise
Qualification
BAC + 4
Date de publication
07-12-2023
Date de limite
16-12-2023
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