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
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.