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Reporting to the Country Representative the Operations Manager in the Haiti Country Office serves as a member of the senior management team, with oversight responsibilities for all aspects of the Haiti Country Office operations, this includes strategic financial and human resources management, efficient procurement and logistical services, security management, ICT and common services consistent with UN Women rules and regulations. The Operations Manager additionally serves as a key advisor to the Country Representative on matters of organizational integrity with the aim of ensuring: (i) compliance with UN Women policies and regulations; (ii) effective systems to support programme delivery and growth; (iii) accountability to organizational values and principles; and (iv) an enabling workplace environment in which staff potential is maximized.
The Operations Manager leads and guides the Haiti Country Office Operations Team and fosters collaboration within the team, with programme staff and with other UN Agencies and a client-oriented approach. The Operations Manager works in close collaboration with programme teams in the office, providing close guidance to programme staff who perform adjunct operations functions, ensuring that such staff are knowledgeable of rules and procedures governing programme finances, donor reporting, and personnel. She/he also works in collaboration with operations staff in other UN Agencies, UN Women Regional Office and HQ staff and Government officials to successfully deliver operations services.
The UN System in Haiti as well as other institutions including Embassies, NGOs and government, are suffering from huge numbers of resignations of national staff mostly leaving the country due to increasing insecurity and economic instability making their lives very difficult to handle. In addition to this, UN women Country office is soon launching its new Strategic Note targeting more resource mobilization to respond to the new UN security council resolution 2699 adopted on 2nd October 2023 authorizing a multinational security support Mission for Haiti. UN women decided to strengthen the Haiti country office with a P3 Operation Manager for the office to handle the upcoming needs of the office in a particular context.
Duties and Responsibilities
|1. Manage the operations in the Haiti Country Office (CO)
2. Oversee planning, expenditure tracking and auditing of financial resources.
3. Oversee/Provide Human Resources services to the Haiti Country Office
4. Oversee procurement processes and assets management
5. Oversee information and communications technology (ICT) management
6. Serve as the focal point for security issues and ensure safety and security of personnel
7. Participate in inter-agency activities
8. Contribute to knowledge sharing between the Country Office and RO
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Required Skills and Experience
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