UNICEF Office in Belarus is looking for a National Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys (MICS) Consultant.

Under the overall supervision of the Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist, the National MICS Consultant will support and guide UNICEF Belarus and Belstat for the preparation, implementation and completion of the MICS. The consultant will advise Belstat, especially the Survey Coordinator and sampling and data processing experts, during survey planning, questionnaire design, sampling, training, fieldwork, data processing, data analysis, dissemination and archiving, ensuring that MICS protocols and recommendations and quality requirements for Disability survey are being followed at all times. The consultant will communicate effectively with the UNICEF Country Office and Belstat, responding promptly to MICS and Disability survey related needs and issues as they arise. The consultant will also provide technical and managerial support to the development of the Universal Data Portal on child-related statistics and «Gender Statistics» module developed with Belstat.

The consultant will be responsible for coordinating and supporting the work of other resource persons hired by UNICEF to provide technical assistance to the MICS and Disability survey process. The consultant will work in close collaboration with the survey team, the stakeholders, and Steering and Technical Committees and will represent UNICEF in meetings and workshops about the survey as needed. The consultant will also work in close collaboration with the regional MICS Coordinator and the Global MICS Team in UNICEF HQ.

The proposal from candidates should include a completed UN P-11 form; Cover letter; CV; Financial Proposal, indicating desired monthly rate.

Selection of the consultant will be on a competitive basis.

Deadline for applications: March 21, 2018.

Please apply to www.unicef.org.

Applications received after the closing date will not be considered. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

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