Administrative Associate- HPMP,Abuja,UNDP Nigeria
UNDP has been in Nigeria since the country became independent in 1960. In the last programme cycle (2003-2008), UNDP provided capacity building and policy development support to the Federal Government and 21 states drawn from the six geo-political zones in four programme areas: Governance & Human Rights; Poverty Reduction; HIV & AIDS; and Energy & Environment.
Liaising between the Implementing Agencies (UNDP & UNIDO) and the Federal Ministry of Environment (National Ozone Office) on matters relating to the implementation of the HCFC Phase out Management Plan (HPMP)
Maintaining list of national and international consultants and vendors working on HPMP;
Assembling documentation for project related meetings; taking minutes at meetings and ensuring required reports are completed on time.
Keeping abreast of changes in administrative rules, regulations and procedures; providing interpretation of same when required as they affect the implementation of the HPMP
Participating in discussions of new or revised procedures and practices, interpreting and assessing the impact of changes, and making recommendations for follow up actions
Undertaking the provision of services relating to travel and transport, maintenance of premises and office equipment etc.; drafting correspondence, reports, evaluations and justifications as required.
Following up on local and international procurement issues, obtaining import duty waiver and facilitating the clearance of equipment from the ports and delivery at recipients’ premises.
Performing any other duties within the purview of the project as assigned by the Project Coordinator.
A minimum of Bachelor’s degree in any social sciences or secretariat/administration-related discipline
At least 5 years experience in Secretariat Administration in any Government, Public Sector, Multilateral Organization or NGOs.
Minimum of three years experience in administration of similar environmental projects and activities, particularly under the Montreal Protocol
Knowledge and understanding of the Montreal Protocol issues
Familiarity with UNDP process and procedures in implementing the Montreal Protocol in Nigeria
Experience in public awareness creation initiatives
Good command of written and spoken English
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