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  1. 1. 1 Diya Nitham Mousa Elfadel E-mail § Phone § 00962-79-9072468 00962-79-6362622 Address § Faisla Al-Jarba St., Building No 41 Al-Rabiya, Amman - Jordan, EDUCATION Master Degree in Economics - Regulation and Competition Sept 2011 — Aug 2013 University of Jordan; Graduated with an Excellent Grade of 3.84 out of 4.00 B.Sc. Degree in Civil Engineering Sept 2006 — Jan 2010 Hashemite University; Graduated with an Excellent Grade of 3.56 out of 4.00 WORK EXPERIENCE  United Nations Development Programme July, 2010 — to present Jordan Office Program Associate Governance Portfolio Disaster Risk Reduction Portfolio Key Functions: Administration and implementation of programme strategies, adaptation of processes and procedures  Effective application of Results Based Management (RBM) tools and establishment of management targets (BSC) related to Governance/DRR portfolios and regular entry in the Enhanced Results Based Management platform  Establishment of the mechanisms to track use of RBM tools and maintenance of RBM database.  Implementation of the CO partnerships and resources mobilization strategies, preparation of reports. Support to management of the Country Office programme  Preparation of project documents’ drafts, work plans, budgets, proposals on implementation arrangements.  Initiation of a project, entering project into Atlas, preparation of required budget revisions.  Tracking use of financial resources and continuously provide executing agencies with financial reports.  Provision of guidance to the executing agencies and project teams on routine implementation of projects,  Preparation and presentation of programme/project related information as required  Provision of support to the preparation and conduct of audit of projects, implementation of audit recommendations.  Follow up on closing of recent and old projects  Provision of effective support to the oversight of ongoing programme/projects
  2. 2. 2 Administrative support to the Programme Unit  Proper control of the supporting documents for payments, review of the portfolio projects Financial Reports.  Maintenance of the internal expenditures control system which ensures that vouchers processed are matched and completed, transactions are correctly recorded and posted in Atlas; initiation of e-requisitions, as required.  Timely corrective actions on un-posted vouchers, including the vouchers with budget check errors, match exceptions, unapproved vouchers.  Organization and preparation of minutes of meetings/events and drafting correspondence with executing partners, project teams, and programme as requested by the supervisor and/or head of programme.  Maintenance and update of a proper filing system for the governance/DRR portfolios.  Monitor the portfolio budget in close coordination with the project management teams and provide regular reports on utilization. Support in creation of strategic partnerships and implementation of the resource mobilization strategy  Present information/ reports for identification of areas for support and interventions coming out of ongoing projects  Liaise with other portfolios on donor conditions and provide guidance as required  Analyze information on donors, preparation of donor’s profile and database, establishment of contacts with donor counterparts.  Maintain proper documentation on mobilized resources and donor agreements and contributing to relevant reports required by donors or other cost sharing partners. Facilitation of knowledge building and knowledge sharing  Organization of trainings for the operations/ projects staff on programme.  Synthesis of lessons learnt and best practices in Governance programme.  Sound contributions to knowledge networks and communities of practice.  Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations Feb, 2010 — Jul 2014 Iraq Office Program Associate Key Functions: Programme and Operational support:  Participate in the identification, formulation and preparation of programme, project and work plan proposals for the country; participate in the preparation of draft project documents;  Prepare necessary financial and human resources and the procurement of goods and services for the projects; collaborate with the Assistant FAORs, the Administrative Associate, and the Project Managers;  Assist in the day-to-day management of the project activities with regards to field communications and reporting and in conduct of meeting, workshops and seminars;  Assist in procurement and training activities including raising of procurement requisitions and ensuring in coordination with related Units, necessary approvals, authorizations, permits and documentations for overseas travel/training of participants are in order;  Ensure the timely provision of project inputs (personnel, technical support services, subcontracts, training, equipment and supplies) directly by the Organization or, when appropriate, through contractors; develop and follow up on the implementation of standard operating procedures related to procurement and operations; and ensure consistency in the application of FAO rules and procedures;  Monitoring of project and program financial/budget status and approved field expenditures;  Coordinate the collection, maintenance, distribution and consolidation of technical and operations data: analyze and summarize data from various sources, including FAO corporate systems, such as GRMS (Global Resource Management System), COIN (Country Office Information System) and FPMIS (Field Programme Management Information System), Data warehouse, country data bases, etc.  Prepare Quarterly Project Implementation Reports (QPIR) and any other periodic and ad hoc reports and ensure their timely submission to project management;  Advise other office and programme / project staff in the areas of operations and project management; arrange meetings on day-to-day programme / project matters;  Coordinate, oversee and monitor field program development including the management of pipelines, and rehabilitation activities, and implementation-related work of the other operating units in the region;
  3. 3. 3 Donor Relations and Resource Mobilization:  Serve as Donor Relations focal point for FAO-Iraq operations for special projects with the UNDG office;  Assist in the preparation and submission of monthly reports, Fiches (quarterly reports) and final report to the UNDG office and ensure proper closing down of FAO-Iraq project in a proper way.  Support to resource mobilization initiatives through Liaise with donors, local governments and regional organizations to mobilize resources; Communications and Media:  Liaise with other UN organizations, and partners (NGOs, national authorities, donors, etc.) involved in relief and emergency activities to ensure the best preparation and implementation of FAO’s emergency program. In addition to prepare, distribute and follow-up media releases, Newsletters and letters;  List of projects (involved in) is available on request. Arabtech Jardaneh Consulting Company Jun, 2009 — Sept, 2009 Civil Engineer – Intern  Supervise and monitor of all civil construction works and provide guidance for the staff in the site location.  Assists in the preparation of quantity take-offs, costs estimates, engineering drawings, maps, and other related graphics as required to support project  Assists submittal review tracking process and review of design documents and reports.  Assists with construction observations, reporting and materials testing and monitoring contractor’s compliance with contract documents. Achievements: 1- Managed the US$5 million portfolio budget for project’s programme and operational needs. Mainly responsible for the preparing the annual work plan, supervision of finance wing, pre audit of all bills, vouchers, preparation of progressive reports for portfolio projects, prepare annual budgets, budget revisions, re-allocation of funds, salaries distributions, purchases in the light of purchase manual, monitoring of expenditure in the light of UN rules and procedures. 2- Supported the development of the newly-designed project on "Enhancing community security and access to justice in host communities and other fragile areas in Jordan" and build innovative partnership modalities to support the new rule of law new project, including partnerships with GoJ, INGOs and the donor community. 3- Supported the formulation of new youth project titled “Supporting the Formulation, Finalization, and Implementation of the Youth Strategy and Promoting Real Youth Engagement and Participation”. We have succeeded in securing significant funding from the government to this project. 4- Involved in the implementation of Mapping risks and resources (MRR) project, the primary objective of the project is to support municipalities in undertaking and implementing a participatory process for identifying and prioritizing community needs to be funded through the Jordan Emergency Services and Social Resilience Project through a multi-year planning process, as well as the elaboration of Local Development Frameworks. 5- Participated in elaborating the Justice Resilience sector sub-chapter of the Jordan Response Plan (JRP), according to the specific guidelines provided by the JRPSC Secretariat. 6- Supported the development of newly designed disaster risk reduction project titled” Mainstreaming Disaster Risk Management in Jordan”. We have successfully finalized the project document in consultation with all local partner and managed to secure a significant fund for the project.
  4. 4. 4 QUALIFICATIONS Class Courses:  2014, MS Project 2013, Talal Abu Ghazaleh Professional Training Group (W.L.L), Amman, Jordan.  2013, Procurement Training (Manual Section 502), FAO-UN, Amman, Jordan.  2013, Project Management Professional (PMP) Course, Talal Abu Ghazaleh Professional Training Group (W.L.L), Amman, Jordan  2010, Business Writing certificate, Talal Abu Ghazaleh Professional Training Group (W.L.L), Amman, Jordan.  All certificates are available on request. E-learning courses:  Basic of Procurement at FAO.  Asset Management – Transferring Assets in iAssets.  Overview of Project Inputs (Inventory) in Global Resource Management System. Languages - Arabic: Mother tongue - English: Advanced Skills - Time Management and Planning Skills - Financial Management Skills - Continued Self-Development Skills - Good Microsoft project and primavera skills - Good AutoCAD skills - Good knowledge of the UN system - Excellent computer Word, Excel and Power Point processing skills - Strong communication, and interpersonal skills; REFERENCES - Majida Al-Assaf Programme Manager, UNDP-Jordan,, Mobile: +962-79-9961553 - Ammani Hammad, Head of Regional Program, ActionAid, , Mobile: +962-79-906 1083. - Fadel El-Zubi, Representative, FAO-Iraq,, Mobile: +962-79-6362333. - Akshay Sinha, Development specialist, UNICEF-South Sudan Office,, Mobile: 001-347- 506 5362.