Chain Officer (Monitoring) (two positions), Copenhagen

Organization: UNICEF - United Nations Children’s Fund

Country: Denmark

City: Copenhagen, Denmark

Office: UNICEF Copenhagen

Grade: P-2

Closing date: Tuesday, 5 January 2021

Supply Chain Officer (Monitoring) P-2, (Two positions) #102958 (FT), #114759 (TA), SD - Copenhagen, Denmark

Job no: 537081

Position type: Fixed Term Appointment

Location: Denmark Division/Equivalent: Field Results Group

School/Unit: Copenhagen

Department/Office: Supply Division, COPENHAGEN

Categories: Supply/Logistics, P-2, Statistics and Monitoring

Would you like to be part of a new and still shaping team focusing on end-to-end supply chain monitoring and demand planning responsible for this centralized function within UNICEF Supply Division?

UNICEF Supply Division in Copenhagen is seeking two highly motivated individuals to support these tasks.

For every child, commitment

The Monitoring, Strategic Data and Evidence Unit focuses on the generation, synthesis, use and sharing of evidence and data as key contributions to supply chain optimization, programme design, and demonstrating results and achievements. It leads on performance monitoring, demand forecasting and supply planning, end-to-end supply chain monitoring, as well as research and evaluation to use evidence to inform improvements to processes. It leverages UNICEF’s experience on supply chain monitoring and performance measuring to support countries improve visibility and performance of their supply chain through increased use of data.

MSDEU is currently recruiting two P2 position to support our work.

How can you make a difference?

Together, the positions (i) contribute to ensure supply chain business intelligence is developed and available, organizational performance indicators are regularly monitored, and SAP reports as well as Supply Dashboards and other Business Intelligence tools are available, working optimally and meet the needs of the Supply and Programme functions; (ii) The positions support the monitoring and calculations of Key Performance Indicators together with preparation of several annual reports.

You will be accountable for:

Position # 102958: Fixed-term post

Supports the UNICEF Supply Strategy on Monitoring, particularly concerning performance measurements, management results and monitoring of the UNICEF supply chain, by ensuring accurate and cohesive methodologies and calculations, and by actively monitoring key supply chain segments.

Contributes to ensure required statutory reports and statistics are provided and data is accurate for the Director’s Office, including the Supply Division, the Supply Function and the UN Statistical Annual Reports, via coordination of inputs, validation of information, and consistent and documented working approaches and tools.

Ensures the preparation of data, analysis and intelligence to support activities like cost modelling, supply chain segment optimizations, forecast accuracy, demand trends, market analysis, supplier performance, in-country supply distribution, and key country and product analysis.

Ensures the general provision of information and analysis based on supply chain data by working with relevant team members and/or generating the information and analysis via available tools and data sources, such as UNICEF’s ERP.

Develops, analyses, reviews and/or improves tools and models for supply chain data analysis, including tools for data validation and triangulation, the supply chain visibility and monitoring dashboards, the Balanced Performance Scorecard and tools for monitoring, planning, reporting and performance management, in collaboration with relevant business and technical colleagues.

Ensures the logic of all tools, models and IT solutions is aligned with UNICEF’s goals, processes, regulations and policies by verifying and analyzing results, and proposing and implemented any improvements.

Liaises with IT and business colleagues within the supply community to design, correct and/or improve reports for increased user friendliness and for accurate and timely data for external and internal stakeholders in relation to supply inputs to humanitarian and development programmes - both in SAP and on corporate web platforms.

Supports with practical input, evidence and qualitative information the conceptualization, design, development and implementation of a suite of models and/or IT solutions to provide visibility on the supplies reaching the point of use, including timeliness and quality of the processes, and overall performance of partners engaged.

Ensures the preparation and maintenance of user guides and documentation for the standard supply chain reporting, monitoring, forecasting and demand planning tools, and provides training to users as part of the professionalization efforts for the supply community

Participates in the conceptualization, design, development, analysis, testing and implementation of business process improvements, which can cover different segments of the supply chain, from planning to last-mile distribution, as well as cover different supply inputs, such as goods, services or bundled goods and services.

Engages, monitors and channels discussions in the internal corporate Yammer network, especially those related to our area of responsibility, and monitors and contributes to relevant online community platforms and external discussion forums.

Provides any other assistance as required by the supervisor.

Position # 114759: Temporary Appointment (364 days)

Supports the UNICEF Supply Strategy on Monitoring, particularly concerning performance measurements, management results and monitoring of the UNICEF supply chain, by ensuring accurate and cohesive methodologies and calculations, and by actively monitoring key supply chain segments.

Contributes to ensure required statutory reports and statistics are provided and data is accurate for the Director’s Office, including the Supply Division, the Supply Function and the UN Statistical Annual Reports, via coordination of inputs, validation of information, and consistent and documented working approaches and tools.

Ensures the preparation of data, analysis and intelligence to support activities like cost modelling, supply chain segment optimizations, forecast accuracy, demand trends, market analysis, supplier performance, in-country supply distribution, and key country and product analysis.

Ensures the general provision of information and analysis based on supply chain data by working with relevant team members and/or generating the information and analysis via available tools and data sources, such as UNICEF’s ERP.

Develops, analyses, reviews and/or improves tools and models for supply chain data analysis, including tools for data validation and triangulation, the supply chain visibility and monitoring dashboards, the Balanced Performance Scorecard and tools for monitoring, planning, reporting and performance management, in collaboration with relevant business and technical colleagues.

Tags computer software data analysis data processing market analysis performance management project management social sciences supply chain

Ensures the logic of all tools, models and IT solutions is aligned with UNICEF’s goals, processes, regulations and policies by verifying and analyzing results, and proposing and implemented any improvements.

Liaises with IT and business colleagues within the supply community to design, correct and/or improve reports for increased user friendliness and for accurate and timely data for external and internal stakeholders in relation to supply inputs to humanitarian and development programmes - both in SAP and on corporate web platforms.

Supports with practical input, evidence and qualitative information the conceptualization, design, development and implementation of a suite of models and/or IT solutions to provide visibility on the supplies reaching the point of use, including timeliness and quality of the processes, and overall performance of partners engaged.

Ensures the preparation and maintenance of user guides and documentation for the standard supply chain reporting, monitoring, forecasting and demand planning tools, and provides training to users as part of the professionalization efforts for the supply community

Participates in the conceptualization, design, development, analysis, testing and implementation of business process improvements, which can cover different segments of the supply chain, from planning to last-mile distribution, as well as cover different supply inputs, such as goods, services or bundled goods and services.

Provides any other assistance as required by the supervisor.

To qualify as an advocate for every child you will have...

Education

A completed 1st University degree (Bachelor’s Degree) in business, economics, development, social sciences, statistics, supply chain or relevant field is required.

Work Experience

A minimum of 2 years work experience in public and/or private sector with proficiency in use of data processing and data, business data analysis and intelligence, systems and process analysis, and/or performance monitoring is required, preferably in areas related to the supply chain and preferably with experience working in the field.

Languages

Proficiency in English is required. Proficiency in French is an asset.

For every Child, you demonstrate...

UNICEF’s values of Care, Respect, Integrity, Trust, and Accountability (CRITA) and core competencies in Communication, Working with People and Drive for Results.

The functional competencies required for this post are:

Planning and Organizing [II]

Analyzing [II]

Applying Technical Expertise [II]

Proven ability to work with colleagues in international and local settings

Good knowledge of planning and / or project management principles and practices

Effective communicator

Ready to multitask

Good knowledge of Microsoft Office, including MS Power BI, and with super-user level of skill in MS Excel.

Systems competent, preferable with knowledge of SAP and able to use the SD standard computer software

Ability to develop and maintain an effective network of working relationships

View our competency framework at http://www.unicef.org/about/employ/files/UNICEF_Competencies.pdf

UNICEF is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce, and encourages all candidates, irrespective of gender, nationality, religious and ethnic backgrounds, including persons living with disabilities, to apply to become a part of the organization.

UNICEF has a zero-tolerance policy on conduct that is incompatible with the aims and objectives of the United Nations and UNICEF, including sexual exploitation and abuse, sexual harassment, abuse of authority and discrimination. UNICEF also adheres to strict child safeguarding principles. All selected candidates will, therefore, undergo rigorous reference and background checks, and will be expected to adhere to these standards and principles.

Remarks:

The fixed-term position is classified as "rotational" which means the incumbent is expected to rotate to another duty station upon completion of his/her tour of duty.

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted and advance to the next stage of the selection process.

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