UNDP is hiring a Private Sector Engagement Consultant to support our joint IOM-UNDP Global Programme on Making Migration Work for Development (Phase III). Under the direct supervision of the UNDP Programme Manager and in close cooperation with the Programme Management Unit (PMU), country Focal Points and other relevant colleagues, the Private Sector Engagement Officer will support the engagement of relevant private sector stakeholders for the benefit of the Programme. This will require proactive analysis and devising of private sector outreach strategies across the different stages of planning, implementation and monitoring of the Programme at country and global levels.
The Programme seeks to enable migrants and communities to exert positive development impact from migration through more coherent and results oriented policies and implementation mechanisms, as well as stronger involvement of local authorities, private sector and diaspora and global advocacy. Cross-cutting consideration should be given to ensuring strategic inclusion of diaspora and migrants associations, as well as private sector in the development and implementation of the action plans for enhanced effectiveness and development impact.