Project Officer : I NFF Support


UNDP in Lesotho is contracting Project Officer  :I NFF Support

                                 Application Deadline :11 November   2020
Type of Contract :Service Contract
Post Level :SB 4/2

UNDP is looking for a Project Officer to support implementation of the project and delivery of processes for attainment of the Integrated National Financing Framework for Lesotho. The project officer will work with the Ministry of Development Planning, UNDP Finance Hub and the national stakeholders to deliver the project objectives and ensure a process for sustainable and inclusive engagement of national stakeholders in the project.

Summary of Functions;

 Under the supervision of the Programme Specialist/Head of Unit, Strategy and Policy Unit the Project Officer will be expected to undertake the following:

  • Maintain a strategic network for partnerships and collaboration for project implementation, lessons sharing and networking
  • Facilitating knowledge creation and management
 Recruitment Qualifications 
  Education:Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in Economics, Development Studies, or related field.Master’s degree will be an added advantage . 
 Experience:Minimum of 2-5  5 years’ relevant work experience in economic policy management, planning and public finance ,Practical working experience within the public sector, private sector and/or a development organization on projects management, stakeholder coordination and support ,Exposure to design, implementation, coordination and management of development projects or programmes 
  Application Procedure:Only online applications submitted through UNDP global website will be accepted. Serch for job ID

Please refer to the detailed Job description, application procedures and recruitment qualifications available on—procurement.html and apply on the following link ;

 “UNDP is committed to achieving workforce diversity in terms of gender, nationality and culture. Individuals from minority groups, indigenous groups and persons with disabilities are equally encouraged to apply.”