|Under the overall supervision of UN Women’s Economic Empowerment programme analyst, the field coordinator(s) will ensure implementation and coordination on UN Women’s field related activities in the governorates of concern, one for each governorate. Summary of key functions:|
Prepare, implement, and coordinate all field related activities ensuring the following:
- Prepare, implement and coordinate all field related activities, including the activities taking place in the field;
- Map and establish linkages with women entrepreneurs, women-owned businesses, and women beneficiaries in rural areas;
- Coordinate activities with implementing partners including grassroots community-based organizations, non-governmental organizations (national and international);
- Establish connections and synergies with ongoing programmes in the field;
- Monitor on-ground implementation and progress in the field from various stakeholders and UN Women’s implementing partners and/or sub-contractors;
- Maintain communication with UN Women’s target groups for effective follow-up and possible scalability of activities;
- Report using the results-based approach on activities’ progress.
Map and establish linkages with women beneficiaries in the relevant governorate
- Identify, attend and coordinate outreach activities and other field related events;
- Effective field supervision for the activities, providing information about the timeliness and usefulness of UN Women supported activities;
- Preliminary assessment of progress towards outputs, and identification of good practices, lessons, and results;
- Observe and participate directly in programme activities and field activities;
- Meet people in their own environment and obtain the views of the target and/or potential beneficiaries of the programme (e.g. local leaders, social workers, private agribusiness firms);
- Manage all the on the ground activities at the field;
- Handle properly procurement-related processes in the field, maintain supporting documents on expenditures, as deem applicable and feasible.
Report using Resultant Based approach
- Identify and map potential partners/target groups and establish linkages with UN Women and other ongoing development partner’s programmes;
- Ensure coordination and synergies amongst all field related activities;
- Identify best practices from the field for upscaling;
- Provide input on the strategic direction of the interventions in the field;
- Facilitate “asset transfer”, training/ capacity building activities, formalization of businesses for the target groups, as deemed applicable.
- Prepare monthly concise reports with the following key headings;
- Progress updates and achievements;
- Challenges and proposed mitigation measures;
- Activities and key persons involved including contact information;
- Main findings (include any specific evidence, success stories, lessons, and good practices for organizational learning);
- Recommendations and follow-up action points (include any proposed adjustment to programme results, activities, and budgets);
- Ensure reporting is in line with programme’s outcomes, outputs, and indicators;
- Field trip reports should contain clear findings and recommendations that would feed into programme’s design and effective implementation;
- Attendance of field-related events (i.e. assessment, training, and advocacy) can often be combined with field observations that provide instant feedback into programme’s design and implementation.
- Document feedback and feature stories and views from a variety of sources including women beneficiaries and any other relevant direct and/or indirect beneficiary.