Urbanisation and Land consultant

Position title: Urbanisation and Land consultant
Place of performance: Tripoli, Libya
Apply by: 20/12/2020
Start date: 01/01/2021
Duration: up to 7 months (@21.75days/month)
Qualification: Master’s degree in urban planning, architecture, engineering or a related field
Sector experience: Minimum of 7 years of demonstrable relevant Local Development experience
Geographical experience: Minimum of 7 year of experience in Africa (essential)
Language: Fluency in English and Arabic are essential
Role objectives

The Analyst will:

  • Develop an in-depth analysis of the land rights and land administration situation in Libya, through desk study review, field assessment, interviews with key informants and focus group discussions;
  • Present the draft analysis report to key partners for feed-back and comments, particularly UNCT partners and UNSMIL colleagues;
  • Under the guidance of the Urbanisation and Land Coordinator based in Benghazi, the Analyst will develop day-to-day contacts with key government and local authorities in Libya and ensure the prompt sharing of information, conclusions or messages with the direct supervisor.
  • Contribute to the Arab Land Conference that will be held in Cairo on the 22-24 February 2021 by presenting a paper on land rights and land administration in Libya, based on the work done for the assessment.
  • Coordinate and hold at least one presentation of the analysis done to key partners in Libya (e.g. municipalities, other government representatives, UN agencies, etc.).
  • Develop and disseminate communication materials related to the work done on land and urbanisation and on UN-Habitat related portfolio in general (e.g. web articles, social media releases, short brochures and presentations, etc.).
  • Disseminate information on the UN-Habitat work to government and other relevant partners.
  • Under the guidance of the direct supervisor and in coordination with the Urbanisation and Land Coordinator based in Benghazi, the Analyst will ensure UN-Habitat’s visibility and participation in the Tripoli-based processes.
A monthly work plan including tasks and duties to be performed by the technical coordinator will be shared and agreed with the coordinator at the beginning of each month. This work plan will be also used to report on the accomplished activities for each month.

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