Job Identification : 13880
Locations : Bamako, Mali
Posting Date : 10/13/2023, 09:17 AM
Apply Before : 10/24/2023, 09:00 PM
Job Schedule : Full time
Vacancy Type : Individual Consultancy
Education and Work Experience : Master’s Degree – 10 year(s) experience
Required Languages : English, French
Timeline Vacancy : 1 Week
Category Job : Population and Development
The general objective of the mission of the CTP is to provide technical assistance to the Central Census Bureau (BCR), in particular regarding the analysis of data from the RGPH 5, and capacity-building of the BCR cadres in the analysis of census data
Tasks of the mission
The tasks assigned to the CTP are as follows :
- Advise the National Director and the Technical Director of the Central Census Bureau (BCR) on the planning, organization, execution and management of the RGPH5 of Mali, including the work of’analysis,’edition, etc, d’printing, publication and dissemination of reports ;
- support the work of’ to develop and produce thematic tables of raw data ;
- lead, supervise and supervise the’capacity building workshop for executives in’ census data analysis software ;
- lead, supervise and supervise the’ data analysis workshop of the RGPH5 dedicated to the calculation, evaluation and validation of indicators ;
- animate, supervise and supervise the’assessment and pre-finalization workshop of the drafts of the’analysis thematic reports ;
- lead, supervise and supervise the’ workshop for the evaluation and finalization of the thematic reports of’analysis ;
- follow and supervise the’analysis team throughout the’analysis work ;
- assess the need for international technical assistance and coordinate technical support from technical and financial partners ;
- participate in the’ evaluation and recruitment of national and international consultants;
- support the resource mobilization strategy ;
- prepare and submit to the Government of Mali and to the Representative of’UNFPA a monthly report on the progress of census activities ;
- perform any other tasks relevant to the GPHR5 that may be required by the National Director in agreement with the UNFPA Representative.
The CTP will have to develop and submit to INSTAT a work plan in line with the various tasks to be performed. This plan will be reviewed and discussed at the beginning of the mission (during the briefing meeting), and validated with the Central Census Bureau (RCB).
Duration and Use of Time
The mission is scheduled for a period of six (6) months from October 16, 2023 to April 15, 2024, with three (3) months of actual working days. A lumpsum (including fees, DSA and’avion tickets) will be paid for the 3 months of actual work in accordance with the following roadmap: from 16 october 2023 to 2 december 2023 : realization of the’ capacity building workshop for’s software frameworks Census data analysis and’ RGPH5 data analysis workshop dedicated to the calculation of, evaluation and validation of indicators.
from 5 february 2024 to 15 april 2024 : realization of the’ workshop for evaluation and pre-finalization of the drafts of the thematic reports of analysis and the’ workshop for finalization of the thematic reports of analysis.
This lump sum will be paid to him as follows: – 10% at the signing of the contract – 60% after the completion and submission of the report of the’workshop for the analysis of RGPH5 data dedicated to the calculation, evaluation and validation of indicators – 30% after the completion and submission of the report of the’workshop finalizing the thematic analysis reports as well as the final report of the consultation
During its field work period, the CTP will be based at’INSTAT /Central Census Bureau (RCB).
Date and means of delivery of work
The CTP will be required to prepare and submit regular reports from’ateliers for data analysis and capacity building. In particular, in addition to the correct implementation of the work on advice, training and’ data analysis, the following reports will be expected : ⁇ Monthly report on’ progress of census activities ; ⁇ Report of the’ capacity building workshop for’s software frameworks Census data analysis ; ⁇ Report of the’ RGPH5 data analysis workshop dedicated to the calculation, the evaluation and validation of indicators ; ⁇ Report of the’assessment and pre-finalisation workshop of the drafts of the’analysis thematic reports ; ⁇ Final report of the mission. These reports will be submitted to the Director General of INSTAT and the Representative of UNFPA Mali.These reports should include, in addition to the achievements, recommendations for improving the analysis of RGPH 5 data.
Periodic meetings on the timing and the’ status of’ work on’analysis of RGPH 5 data will have to be carried out.
In close collaboration with the P&D Programme Coordinator, the Senior Technical Adviser (TTC) will work under the authority of the UNFPA Representative in Mali, and under the direct supervision of the Director General of the National Institute of Statistics (INSTAT), National Director of the RGPH5. He/She will also liaise between the BCR and other national and’international stakeholders, including donors and UN agencies.
Qualifications and Experience:
The main technical adviser must: – have a high-level university degree ( PhD preferably ) in demography, applied statistics or a related field;
– have at least 10 years of experience in the design and execution of demographic censuses in sub-Saharan Africa, international experience would be an asset;
– have an excellent command of Microsoft Office applications, census data processing software ( CSPro, REDATAM ), demographic data analysis ( Mortpak, PAS ), statistical software packages ( SPSS, STATA ) and projection programs ( People, Spectrum, RUP );
– love a job well done and be sufficiently demanding and rigorous; – have an excellent command of oral and written French and a practical knowledge of English;
have an aptitude for working under pressure and in a multicultural team;
be available immediately and throughout the mission period.
INSTAT will provide the CTP with a working office.
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