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Consultancy assignment: Development of a Core Resources Mobilization Strategy

Purpose:To conduct research, design and develop a core resources mobilization strategy for UNICEF that can be used for both public and private sector resource mobilization.  This will be done in consultation with the UNICEF Divisions managing and facilitating relations with donors to UNICEF, i.e. the Public Sector Alliances and Resource Mobilization Office (PARMO), the Private Fundraising and Partnerships Division (PFP), as well as other relevant Divisions and offices at all levels of the organization, including the Division of Communication, and the Division of Finance and Administrative Management among others.

The overarching aim of this initiative is to increase core resources income to UNICEF, with a view to ensuring growth, predictability, and sustainability overall, and to achieving the financial targets set in the organization’s Medium-Term Strategic Plan.  For more information, see the attached Terms of Reference.

Qualifications, skills and experience required:(i) Higher degree in relevant area of study and extensive work experience (more than ten years) related to resource mobilization in public and private sectors, advocacy, and communication; 
(ii) In-depth knowledge and understanding of multilateral aid organizations, as well as the current aid environment and architecture;
(iii) Ability to conduct strategic analysis and make resource mobilization-related policy recommendations at senior, organizational management level;
(iv) Excellent analytical and communication skills, with fluency in English (spoken, written, reading);
(v) Knowledge of UNICEF’s mission and mandate preferred.

How to Apply:Qualified candidates are requested to submit a cover letter, CV and completed United Nations Personal History (P-11) form to Tracy Phan ( with subject line “Consultant for Development of a Core Resource Mobilization Strategy” by Friday, 28 October 2011.

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