Reports Officer, NO - B, Somalia Support Centre, Nairobi

Recruiter / Employer: UNICEF
Contract: Permanent
Salary: Confidential
Status: Expired

Key functions:

  • In collaboration with the Donor Relations Specialist, Chief of Communication and Chiefs of Programme, manage the compilation, editing and dissemination of UNICEF donor reports, including narrative and financial utilization reporting. Ensure quality assurance and timely narrative reporting, including adherence to criteria set out in Executive Directives/Guidelines, UN/UNICEF policy papers, Somalia Country Office (SCO) Country Programme plans, donor contract stipulations etc.
  • Provides support on the preparation of financial reporting for donor reports, in collaboration with the Donor Relations Specialist, Programme Budget Officer and overall supervision by the Chief of Communications. Support programme teams to ensure timely submission of budget modifications and handling of ad hoc donor requests related to narrative and budget reporting.
  • Manage office information and institutional memory vis-a -vis donor reports. Ensure that information on all the donor and programme reporting requirements are shared, tracked, disseminated and updated. Maintain a coherent and central system for filing reports submissions and manage the system for tracking reports due and grant related information management in SAP and share drive/team site.
  • Support wider office processes vis-a-vis donor relations and contribution management. Provide inputs, as required, to Country Management Teams (CMTs), Programme Coordination Meetings (PCMs), Emergency Management Teams (EMTs), Annual Reports and Situation Reports, etc. and conduct analyzes, verifications and syntheses of donor related data and information, including budgetary and supports analysis relating to donor funding trends, gaps and needs.

To qualify as an advocate for every child you will have…

  • Bachelor’s Degree in international development, International Relations, Human Rights, Communication, Social Sciences, or related field.  
  • Two years of relevant professional work experience including UNICEF experience in both humanitarian and development context and strong knowledge of UNICEF systems for donor relations and reporting.
  • Field work experience an asset.
  • Background/familiarity with Emergency a strong asset.
  • Proven record of excellent English writing, communication and design skills.
  • Must be creative and self-motivated with strong problem-solving skills (thinks outside of the box), good networking and collaboration skills paired with the ability to inspire others and strong drive for results.
  • Demonstrated ability to analyze complex data and information, including funding and budget information.
  • Demonstrated ability to design products in an easy to digest, visually appealing format.
  • Robust understanding of how UNICEF works around the world.
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