Since the electoral process of 1994, Mozambique has seen its main electoral management body (EMB), the National Electoral Commission (CNE) has undergone important changes in the composition and selection of its members while the Technical Secretariat for the Administration of Elections (STAE) has become a permanent structure subordinate to the CNE. UNDP has been involved in the electoral processes in Mozambique since the country’s first multiparty elections, providing technical assistance and support to both EMBs and other electoral stakeholders.
Further to a request from the Government of Mozambique, a 2017 Needs Assessment Mission recommended the provision of UN support to the electoral management bodies in specific technical areas during the 2018-2019 electoral cycle.
Despite the recognized development of the local EMBs electoral experience and technical knowledge, the country still faces several challenges in its efforts to promote credible and transparent elections: voter’s participation has since 2009 been below 50%; the results transmission system has been for leading to delays in the announcement of results; clarity and access to dispute resolution and complaints procedures are limited and; a for the first time, district judges have been given the mandate to adjudicate on electoral disputes. STAE and CNE will benefit from support to strengthen some of the work they have already initiated, such as the implementation of quicker system for transmission of preliminary results as well as support to improving the quality of the electoral officers’ performance across the country. Both EMBs will also need support to continue holding several training programmes for both internal and external audiences, support to ensure more transparency and more efficient internal and external communications strategies. Civic Education continues to be an essential aspect of the electoral process with better impact if STAE direct staff is trained throughout the country to ensure civic education is conducted at the lowest level of the village. On the dispute resolution aspect, the district judges will require special training on electoral matters.
This project’s timeframe is the period between 2018 and 2020. In 2018 and 2019 the country will carry out two electoral processes and the project will concentrate is support on these two events. In 2020 focus on the codification of lessons learned, planning to better project future electoral cycles and support to reviews of relevant legal and electoral frameworks.
The main focus of this project is on ensuring that the process is credible, transparent and accepted by the electorate. In order to keep increasing the quality of the training provided to electoral staff at provincial and district levels, ensuring coherence on the understanding and application of different electoral procedures and other aspects of electoral work, the project will develop new electronic tools such as E-Learning and Videos. The capacity-building strategy targets the IT focal points, civic education officers, electoral officers in general and also the district judges regarding electoral disputes.
The project will work primarily with STAE/CNE, the Judiciary and the Ministry of Interior. In all the identified activities, UNDP will liaise with other international organisations working in the field of elections to coordinate implementation of activities. The principles underpinning the technical advice provided to the electoral authorities by the UN are sustainability, the cost-effectiveness, inclusion, environmental and gender awareness.
It is against this background that UNDP aims to recruit a Monitoring and Evaluation Analyst,for the Project on Elections. UNDP intends to recruit a Monitoring and Evaluation Analyst, Elections havingoverall responsibility and accountability for communications, monitoring, evaluation, performance management and results reporting activities for the project as per the donor requirement.In addition, the M&E Analyst has an important role in advising to the STAE to support their development and implementation of monitoring systems focusing on measuring progress towards the goals and objectives of each EMB. Promote and introduce theory of change approach in the project implementation.
Under the direct supervision of the Elections project Chief Technical Advisor, Monitoring and Evaluation Analyst will be responsible for the finalization, implementation, and management of the project M&E Framework, UNDP reporting, project communications and donor reporting system. This will include the provision of timely and reliable performance data to project stakeholders, and supporting project reporting and learning.
The function requires quality checks of the project’s M&E and related issues is performed to the highest standards in line with UNDP Country Office guidelines and procedures and donor’s needs.
To achieve this, the successful candidate will perform the following duties and responsibilities:
Innovation – Ability to make new and useful ideas work :
Leadership- Ability to persuade others to follow :
People Management – Ability to improve performance and satisfaction:
Communication – Ability to listen, adapt, persuade and transform:
Delivery – Ability to get things done while exercising good judgement:
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