vacance de poste

Intitulé publication: Data Analyst
Département / Bureau: Programme des Nations Unies pour l'environnement
Lieu d'affectation: BANGKOK
Période de candidature: 17 décembre 2021 - 03 janvier 2022
No de l’appel á candidature: 21-United Nations Environment Programme-171089-Consultant
Staffing Exercise N/A
Valeurs fondamentales de l'ONU: intégrité, professionnalisme, respect de la diversité
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Result of Service

Under the direct supervision of the Deputy Regional Director (DRD) and in close coordination with the Regional Development Coordinator and thematic leads on circularity in the plastics value chain from the Economy Division, who will provide strategic guidance, the consultant is required to conduct:

1. Mapping and analysis of UNEP’s work in ASEAN on plastics pollution and circularity in plastics value chain
2. Reviewing and analysis of CCAs, and CFs for mapping the references made to plastics pollution and circularity in plastics value chain
3. Mapping and analysis of the ASEAN Secretariat and ASEAN countries’ priorities, plans, and strategies on plastics pollution and circularity in plastics value chain
4. Synopsis report that informs CFs and CCAs of UNCTs on addressing plastics pollution and circularity in plastics value chain.

Outputs 1. Mapping and analysis of UNEP’s work as well as work by other UN agencies/UNCTs and other developmental partners on plastics and circularity in plastics value chain with detailed focus on Malaysia, Thailand, and Viet Nam and overview of other ASEAN countries

Deliverables:
1.1 Concept of the mapping and analysis process indicating the methodology and the structure of the mapping and analysis report
1.2 Mapping and analysis report on UNEP’s work on plastics pollution and power point presentation

Output 2. Reviewing and analysis of CCAs, and CFs with detailed focus on Malaysia, Thailand, and Viet Nam, for mapping the references made to plastics pollution and circularity in plastics value chain, and identifying data requirements

Deliverables:
2.1 Concept of the review and analysis of process indicating the methodology and the structure of report
2.2 CCAs/CFs plastics pollution priorities analysis report and PowerPoint presentation indicating:
- the process and timeline of CCA development and scheduled annual revision of CCAs, developing CFs, CF implementation roll out workplan for Malaysia, Thailand, and Viet Nam
- identifying references (highlighting actions, strategic results, indicators made) in these CCAs and CFs in relation to relation to plastics and plastics circularity

3. Mapping and analysis of the ASEAN Secretariat and ASEAN countries’ priorities, plans, and strategies on plastics pollution and circularity in plastics value chain with detailed focus on Malaysia, Thailand, and Viet Nam and overview of other ASEAN countries

Deliverables
3.1 Concept of the mapping and analysis process indicating the methodology and the structure of the report)
3.2 Mapping and analysis report and presentation

4. Synopsis report that informs CFs and CCAs of UNCTs on addressing plastics pollution and circularity in plastics value chain

Deliverables
4.1 Synopsis report version 1.0 (compiling mapping and analysis reports for outputs 1,2,3)
- informing data collected on plastics circularity to be offered to CCAs and CFs processes to integrate and deliver circularity in plastics value chain
- Recommendations to UNCTs
- Recommendations of data to inform UNINFO and WESR
4.2 Presentation (.pptx) slides version 1.0 for UNRCs, UNCT focal points, Peer Support Group
4.3 Updating the mapping and analysis reports 1.2, 2.2 and 3.3 and the subsequent presentations slides with new data and information
4.4 Synopsis report and Presentation slides version 2.0

The outputs to be delivered by ☒ Digital copy

Work Location

home based

Expected duration

From 15 January - 30 June 2022

Duties and Responsibilities

Purpose:

The 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.

UNEP’s Asia and the Pacific Office geographically serves 41 countries across the region to promote and implement sustainable development solutions. It assists countries of the region pursue sustainability, particularly in their implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development including technical expertise, facilitating access to finance, undertaking cutting-edge science-policy assessments, offering advisory services and strengthening laws, policies, management and governance.

UNEP works with national and local authorities, civil society, other UN organizations, research institutions and the private sector to catalyze the efficient use of the region’s natural assets and reduce the degradation of the environment.

Environmental activities have become an increasingly integral component of the work of the UN system, reflecting both the intrinsic links of environmental matters to a broad range of issues, as well as the growing importance attributed to the environment by the Member States through the governing bodies of the UN system. UN agencies are working with national governments to support the integration of environmental dimensions in its national plans and frameworks, as well as supporting countries to achieve Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and targets.

UNEP, in line with its normative mandate, provides advice and guidance to Member States and the UN system on how to integrate environment and natural resource sustainability and resilience in the context of the agenda 2030. UNEP aims to contribute to the UN country teams (UNCTs), providing advice and guidance on how to integrate environment and natural resource sustainability and resilience into agency programmes and budgets, and their common country analysis (CCA) and the United Nations Sustainable Development Cooperation Framework (UNSDCF) or Cooperation Framework (CF). UNEP as a non-resident agency is increasingly aiming to deliver work in the country through partnerships with other UN agencies with UNEP supporting the design of the work and implementation led by country-based agencies with UNEP support. The United Nations Development System (UNDS) Reform thus presents an opportunity for UNEP to enhance its impact at the country level through increased engagement with Resident Coordinators (RCs) and UNCTs and strengthened support for the development Cooperation Frameworks and underlying Common Country Analyses. The UNDS Reform also provides an opportunity to strengthen UNEP’s engagement in UN System platforms at the regional level. UNEP in turn sees the UNDS reform process as an enabler for helping it deliver better on its environmental mandate both within, and as part of, the UNDS.

The Purpose of the consultancy is to increase awareness of and guide UNCTs work on reducing plastic pollution and promoting circularity in the plastics value chain in ASEAN. This will be done by strengthening plastics data and analysis to inform CCA, CCA annual revisions in ASEAN countries, and increasing awareness in UNSDCF Results Groups on the environment and climate change of key action needed to address plastics circularity and pollution under CFs. The work will also draw on expertise from across UNEP to demonstrate a ‘One UNEP’ integrated approach to delivery as a means to better support the UN system and member states.

Objective:

The overall objective of this consultancy is to produce technical deliverables (mentioned under section 3 of this TOR) by mapping and analysing current data, information, knowledge products and data needs and gaps thereof, and collecting data on integrating circularity in the plastics value chain in order to strengthen this thematic dimension within CCAs and CFs in ASEAN countries.

Qualifications/special skills

Academic Qualifications:

Advanced University degree having a focus on environment/development studies, natural resource management, sustainable development, political science, related discipline, or the equivalent combination of education and experience in a relevant field is required.

A first-level university degree in combination with qualifying experience may be accepted in lieu of the advanced university degree.

Experience:

• At least 7 years of progressive experience in environment management, preferably including experience of working on joint UN initiatives and sustainable development goals, plastics value chain and marine plastic pollution.
• Experience in Asia and the Pacific Region, and Regional and Sub-regional bodies is desirable;
• Experience in the application of approaches in policy and business sector in Asia and the Pacific is desirable;
• Demonstrated experience in developing communication and stakeholder engagement strategies, advocacy plans, media engagement etc. especially related to environmental issues required;
• Working experience in a multicultural environment including United Nations is desirable
• Demonstrated excellence in communications and writing skills.

Language:

English and French are the working languages of the United Nations Secretariat. For the position advertised, fluency in oral and written English is required. Knowledge of another official United Nations language is an advantage.

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