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 The Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) - AI for Good 

VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT

Deputy Executive Director (DXD) - Programmes Branch

 

SRI Executive Search has been contracted by the UNAIDS to assist with the search for an exceptional candidate to fill the position of Deputy Executive Director (DXD) - Programmes Branch.

About UNAIDS UNAIDS is leading the global effort to end AIDS as a public health threat by 2030 as part of the Sustainable Development Goals. Since the first cases of HIV were reported more than 35 years ago, 78 million people have become infected with HIV and 35 million have died from AIDS-related illnesses. Since it started operations in 1996, UNAIDS has led and inspired global, regional, national and local leadership, innovation and partnership to ultimately consign HIV to history. UNAIDS is a problem-solver. It places people living with HIV and people affected by the virus at the decision-making table and at the centre of designing, delivering and monitoring the AIDS response. It charts paths for countries and communities to get on the Fast-Track to ending AIDS and is a bold advocate for addressing the legal and policy barriers to the AIDS response. UNAIDS provides the strategic direction, advocacy, coordination and technical support needed to catalyse and connect leadership from governments, the private sector and communities to deliver life-saving HIV services. Without UNAIDS, there would be no strategic vision for the AIDS response. You can find further details on their website: http://www.unaids.org

About the Role 

The Deputy Executive Director – Programme Branch (DXD Programme) supports the Executive Director of UNAIDS in the overall management of the Joint Programme and leads or is involved, directly or indirectly, with all aspects and levels of its work. The DXD Programme, within his/her delegated authority, may assume responsibility for running the UNAIDS Secretariat in the absence of the Executive Director.

 

Duties and Responsibilities

Vision and Strategy -   Provide authoritative specialized advice and support to Governments, Joint Teams, and UNAIDS Cosponsors in all aspects of HIV services, strategic information, strategic partnerships and programme support. -   Provide a vision to promote strategic engagement with partners and implement Joint Programme contributions to the Global AIDS Strategy, including through new and practical inequalities framing, and alignment to the SDGs. -   Provide a vision to promote strategic engagement with partners and implement Joint Programme contributions to the Global AIDS Strategy, including through new and practical inequalities framing, and alignment to the SDGs. -   Lead on effective approaches to ending the AIDS epidemic as a public health threat including through partnerships with bi-lateral and multi-lateral aid organizations, Non-Governmental Organizations, community-based organizations, and people living with HIV. Leadership -   Lead the UNAIDS Secretariat Programme Branch, including the Services and Systems for All and Strategic Information practice areas, the Programme Planning and Field Support, and the Partnerships for Programme Implementation support teams, and UNAIDS Regional and Country Offices to ensure equitable access to quality services to end AIDS as a public health threat by 2030. -   Ensure strategic delivery of the Programme Branch’s vision by motivating and engaging staff members, planning and managing resources effectively, embracing innovative approaches, strengthening relationships between teams, and fostering a respectful working environment. -   Champion UNAIDS Cultural Transformation, including but not limited to inclusion and diversity; anti-racism; and zero tolerance for abusive conduct such as harassment, sexual harassment, discrimination, and abuse of authority. -   Lead the UNAIDS Secretariat Programme Branch contributions to the Joint Programme and Programme Coordinating Board (PCB) processes and outcomes. -   Lead the Programme Branch’s engagement in UN system wide reform initiatives. -   Ensure synergy of PRG Branch with the Departments of Management and External Relations, with a particular attention to the complementary role of PRG with PAK Branch to achieve UNAIDS goals Driving Results and Innovation -   Support global, regional, and country teams to enhance strategic decision making and impact in programming, including strengthening systems, processes, and oversight structures. -   Ensure the development, and dissemination of high quality and timely policies and technical information, guidelines, research, and best practices related to all sectors involved in the response to HIV. -   Ensure proactive stewardship and efficient utilization of available human and financial resources, by promoting and strengthening financial monitoring and reporting, championing new business processes to lower operating costs, and strengthening the skills, competences and diversity of the workforce to deliver on the UNAIDS mandate. -   Promote a culture of evaluation and learning, by liaising with the Independent Evaluation Team to identify programmatic areas for evaluations of the UNAIDS Secretariat and to ensure strategic engagement in the evaluations of Cosponsoring Organizations, and coordinate the reflection, learning and implementation of the evaluation findings to improve programmatic outcomes across the UN Joint Programme. Collaboration -   Coordinate and advise UNAIDS Cosponsors and other UN agencies and programmes to facilitate the provision of technical and programmatic support to governments, civil society and communities to deliver an expanded response to HIV. -   Play a strategic role in positioning AIDS in the global health and development agenda, including representing the Organization in the highest levels of policy dialogue with regard to programme and scientific matters, such as the UN General Assembly, international and regional conferences. -   Collaborate with the PAK Branch to ensure that cross-cutting and complementary areas of work between the two branches are addressed by both branches and joint work where relevant is promoted with the Programme Branch.

Education, Qualifications and Experience

Essential -   A minimum of 18 years' experience in increasingly challenging leadership and advisory functions at a senior management level in development cooperation programmes at international levels, and with demonstrated achievements in developing countries. -   Advanced university degree in public health, social or physical sciences, development studies, international relations and/or social planning. -   Extensive experience in HIV-related programming. -   Substantive experience with and knowledge of the United Nations System in technical programmes, complemented by demonstrated experience in relevant areas of UNAIDS such as Strategic information, HIV Programming, Policy Development, and Monitoring and Evaluation. -   Demonstrated experience in high-level political influencing. -   Demonstrated experience leading large multicultural teams in multilateral organizations. -   Extensive experience in leading and participating in communities of practice. -   Excellent knowledge of English, and basic knowledge of French. Desirable -   Knowledge of another UN official language

Functional/Technical Knowledge/Skills

Ability to catalyze, convene, and coordinate a wide diversity of stakeholders around the key UNAIDS’ priorities and to deliver the best results towards ending the AIDS epidemic as a public health threat by 2030. Strategic network across major actors and stakeholders in the fight to HIV/AIDS.

Role Location: Geneva, Switzerland

How to Apply If you wish to be considered for this position, please forward a copy of your CV and a supporting letter in Microsoft Word format, along with any relevant documentation to Ms Thea Barbon at UNAIDS-PB@sri-executive.com on or before 17 May, 2022.  All information will be in the strictest confidence as we pride ourselves on our professional service. We will revert to you as soon as feasible when we have reviewed your application.

 

2022-05-05 06:39:31
full-time

 The Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) - AI for Good

VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT

Deputy Executive Director (DXD) - Policy, Knowledge and Advocacy

 

 

About UNAIDS

UNAIDS is leading the global effort to end AIDS as a public health threat by 2030 as part of the Sustainable Development Goals.

 Since the first cases of HIV were reported more than 35 years ago, 78 million people have become infected with HIV and 35 million have died from AIDS-related illnesses. Since it started operations in 1996, UNAIDS has led and inspired global, regional, national and local leadership, innovation and partnership to ultimately consign HIV to history.

 UNAIDS is a problem-solver. It places people living with HIV and people affected by the virus at the decision-making table and at the centre of designing, delivering and monitoring the AIDS response. It charts paths for countries and communities to get on the Fast-Track to ending AIDS and is a bold advocate for addressing the legal and policy barriers to the AIDS response.

 UNAIDS provides the strategic direction, advocacy, coordination and technical support needed to catalyse and connect leadership from governments, the private sector and communities to deliver life-saving HIV services. Without UNAIDS, there would be no strategic vision for the AIDS response.

You can find further details on their website: http://www.unaids.org

 About the Role 

The Deputy Executive Director Policy, Knowledge and Advocacy Branch (DXD PAK) supports the Executive Director of UNAIDS in the overall management of the Joint Programme and leads or is involved, directly or indirectly, with all aspects and levels of its work. The DXD PAK, within his/her delegated authority, may assume responsibility for running the UNAIDS Secretariat in the absence of the Executive Director.

 

Duties and Responsibilities

Vision and Strategy -   Provide a vision for UNAIDS global strategic guidance and policy related to human rights, gender equality, communities, key populations and equitable financing with the aim of achieving targets of the Global AIDS Strategy and its alignment to the SDGs. -   Lead on effective approaches to ending the AIDS epidemic as a public health threat including through partnerships with bi-lateral and multi-lateral aid organizations, Non-Governmental Organizations, corporations, community and faith -based organizations, and people living with HIV. -   Provide authoritative specialized advice and support to Governments, Joint Teams, and UNAIDS Cosponsors at all levels and in all aspects of equitable financing, policy, law, gender equality, communities, key populations and human rights. -   Oversee the mobilization of communications, partnerships, political influencing, advocacy, and knowledge management strategies for the whole of UNAIDS across issue areas.

 Leadership -   Develop and lead the PAK Branch with a strong emphasis on human rights, gender equality, communities and key populations; equitable financing for HIV epidemics and health; communications, advocacy, partnerships and influencing - providing overall guidance and direction on policy and strategies. -   Ensure strategic delivery of the PAK Branch’s vision by motivating and engaging staff members, planning and managing resources effectively, embracing innovative approaches, strengthening relationships between teams, and fostering a respectful working environment. -   Champion UNAIDS Cultural Transformation, including but not limited to inclusion and diversity; anti-racism; and zero tolerance for abusive conduct such as harassment, sexual harassment, discrimination, and abuse of authority. -   Lead the PAK Branch’s contributions to the Joint Programme and Programme Coordinating Board (PCB) processes and outcomes. -   Lead the PAK Branch’s engagement in UN system wide reform initiatives. -   Lead UNAIDS knowledge management approach and strategy. -   Ensure synergy of PAK Branch with the Departments of Management and External Relations, with a particular attention to the complementary role of PAK with Programme branch to achieve UNAIDS goals and lead cross-practice collaboration. -   In conjunction with the Programme Branch, lead the coordination, development and prioritization of UNAIDS’ strategic policy and advocacy agenda, and global campaigns to inform and influence equitable financing, equality and rights for all for all for an effective global HIV response.

Driving Results and Innovation -   Support global, regional, and country teams to enhance strategic decision making and impact in human rights and law, gender equality, communities, key populations, and equitable financing. -   Ensure the development, and dissemination of high quality and timely policies and technical information, guidelines, research, and best practices related to equality and rights for all, and equitable financing. -   Ensure proactive stewardship and efficient utilization of available human and financial resources, by promoting and strengthening financial monitoring and reporting, championing new business processes to lower operating costs, and strengthening the skills, competences and diversity of the workforce to deliver on the UNAIDS mandate. -   Promote a culture of evaluation and learning, by liaising with the Independent Evaluation Team to identify programmatic areas for evaluations of the UNAIDS Secretariat and to ensure strategic engagement in the evaluations of Cosponsoring Organizations, and coordinate the reflection, learning and implementation of the evaluation findings to improve programmatic outcomes across the UN Joint Programme.

Collaboration -   Play a strategic role in positioning AIDS in the global health and development agenda, with a focus on an enabling policy, law and fiscal environment, including representation in scientific and political fora. -   Coordinate and advise UNAIDS Cosponsors, other UN agencies, strategic partners including PEPFAR and the Global Fund to facilitate the provision of technical and programmatic support to governments, civil society and communities to deliver an expanded response to HIV. -   Together with the Programme Branch DXD, lead and achieve effective, impactful cross-practice collaboration between the two branches.

 

Education, Qualifications and Experience

Essential -   Advanced university degree in public health, social or political sciences, health financing and economics, law, development studies, international relations and/or social planning. -   A minimum of 18 years' experience in increasingly challenging leadership and advisory functions at a senior management level in development cooperation programmes at international levels, and with demonstrated achievements in developing countries. -   Experience in HIV-related programming and advocacy. -   Demonstrated experience in relevant areas of UNAIDS work such as human rights, gender equality, community mobilization, key populations and sustainable financing and familiarity with the United Nations system. -   Demonstrated experience in high-level political influencing and working with governments in a multilateral system. -   Demonstrated experience leading large multicultural teams in multilateral organizations and working across functions and themes. -   Excellent knowledge of English Desirable -   Knowledge of another UN official language

Functional/Technical Knowledge/Skills

 Ability to catalyze, convene, and coordinate a wide diversity of stakeholders around the key UNAIDS’ priorities to deliver the best results towards ending the AIDS epidemic as a public health threat by 2030. Strategic networks across global human rights, gender, youth and/or community organizations world-wide.

Role Location: Geneva, Switzerland

How to Apply

If you wish to be considered for this position, please forward a copy of your CV and a supporting letter in Microsoft Word format, along with any relevant documentation to Ms Thea Barbon at UNAIDS-PAK@sri-executive.com on or before 17 May, 2022. All information will be in the strictest confidence as we pride ourselves on our professional service. We will revert to you as soon as feasible when we have reviewed your application.

 

2022-05-03 14:04:06
full-time
International

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VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT

Inspection Panel Member – World Bank Group

 

SRI Executive Search has been contracted by the World Bank Group (WBG) to assist with the search for an exceptional candidate to fill the position of Inspection Panel Member.

 

About the World Bank Group

 The World Bank Group (WBG) consists of five institutions that specialize in different aspects of development: the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD), the International Development Association (IDA), the International Finance Corporation (IFC), the Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency (MIGA), and the International Centre for the Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID). It is one of the world's largest sources of development assistance and knowledge for developing countries. 
With twin goals of ending extreme poverty and promoting shared prosperity, the World Bank Group works in more than 100 developing economies to improve living standards and to fight poverty. For each of its clients, the Bank works with government agencies, nongovernmental organizations, and the private sector to formulate assistance strategies. A network of offices worldwide delivers the Bank's programs in countries, liaises with government and civil society, and works to increase understanding of development issues. The World Bank is owned by 189 member countries whose views and interests are represented by a Board of Governors and a Washington, DC-based Board of Executive Directors. More than 190 countries participate in at least one of the five World Bank Group institutions. For additional information, please visit http://www.worldbank.org

Inspection Panel Member Role Profile

The Inspection Panel is an independent complaints mechanism for people and communities who believe that they have been, or are likely to be, adversely affected by a project financed by either IBRD or IDA (together, the Bank). 
On September 8, 2020, the Bank’s Board of Executive Directors approved measures to enhance the internal accountability system by establishing a new Accountability Mechanism (‘AM’) housing the Inspection Panel and the Dispute Resolution Service, while preserving the Inspection Panel Members’ independence. The importance of the Inspection Panel function and its independence and integrity are highlighted in the Inspection Panel Resolutions (IBRD 2020-0004/IDA2020-0003) the Board approved, as well as the Accountability Mechanism Resolutions (section 8, IBRD 2020-0005/IDA 2020-0004 that the Board approved. Detailed information on the role of the Inspection Panel, and on the Accountability Mechanis mincluding the Dispute Resolution Service, is available by logging in the Inspection Panel and Accountability Mechanism web sites  www.inspectionpanel.org and www.worldbank.org/en/programs/accountability

Duties and Responsibilities

● Members of the Inspection Panel are appointed by and report to the Board of Executive Directors. ● Inspection Panel members and the Chairperson coordinate but are not subject to the supervision of the Accountability Mechanism Secretary as the head of the World Bank Accountability Mechanism. ● Inspection Panel Members will participate in actions and decision-making of the Panel in processing Requests for Inspection, including among other things: 

○ to independently assess whether the criteria for an Inspection have been met; ○ to recommend to the Board of Executive Directors whether a request should be investigated; if the Board approves a recommendation to investigate, ○ to engage in research, fact-finding and an independent investigation of whether the Bank has complied with its operational policies and procedures; ○ and to prepare and provide the Panel’s findings, independent assessment and conclusions to the Board. 

● Duties will also include field visits and outreach activities as relevant to the Panel’s work and responsibilities. ● On matters related to the Bank's rights and obligations with respect to the request under consideration the Panel shall seek the advice of the Bank's Legal Vice Presidency. Qualifications and Experience ● Minimum of 15 years of significant and relevant practical experience ● Outstanding credentials in his or her individual field of expertise, demonstrated sound judgment and strong analytic skills ● Proven ability to deal thoroughly and fairly with requests across a broad range of stakeholders ● Demonstrated integrity and ability to remain independent from Bank Management and from undue influence from Board members, in the exercise of his or her duties ● Strong interpersonal skills and experience working in multicultural and multidisciplinary teams, both as a leader and team member, with demonstrated flexibility to adapt to shifting workload ● Ability to communicate and interact effectively with internal and external stakeholders, including Accountability Mechanism Secretary, civil society and local communities, governments, other international organizations, as well as Bank Management. ● Knowledge of and experience relating to the operations of the World Bank or similar institutions as well as experience working on development issues and in developing countries. ● Ability and willingness to travel to Bank member countries, including rural areas  Education ● Educational background in economic, legal, social, environmental, or other development-related fields 
Terms of Appointment ● The following terms and conditions are specific to this position: An Inspection Panel Member is appointed for a non-renewable term of 5 years.  Panel members are ineligible for re-appointment to any positions in the WBG following the end of their service on the Panel. ● World Bank Group staff may not be considered for a position on the Panel until two years have elapsed since the end of their service in the World Bank Group. ● Members of the Inspection Panel have a special responsibility to avoid situations and activities that might lead to real or apparent conflicts of interest.  
How to Apply
If you wish to be considered for this position, please click “Apply” and complete the Application form on the website on or before 9th May 2022.  All information will be treated in the strictest confidence as we pride ourselves on our professional service. If you have an initial query rather than an application, kindly email us WBG-IPM@sri-executive.com  
SRI Executive is exclusively retained by the World Bank Group (WBG) to undertake this assignment.
2022-04-26 11:52:32
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