LEBANON, 2005. Students gather at Timnin El-Tahta, a public school in the northeast Beqaa Valley region. The school is part of the UNICEF-supported Adopt-a-School programme, which encourages private-sector entrepreneurs, foundations and development organizations to help finance the nation's neediest public schools. © UNICEF/NYHQ2005-1068/LeMoyne
LEBANON, 2005. Students gather at Timnin El-Tahta, a public school in the northeast Beqaa Valley region. The school is part of the UNICEF-supported Adopt-a-School programme, which encourages private-sector entrepreneurs, foundations and development organizations to help finance the nation’s neediest public schools. © UNICEF/NYHQ2005-1068/LeMoyne

Are you a great web frontend developer who understands responsive design, web-based mobile apps and client-side frameworks? Do you want to make a lasting difference for children through your professional experience?

UNICEF Lebanon is looking for a Frontend Developer to support the Lebanon Country Office to improve the ability of UNICEF staff to conduct program review and analysis. The consultant will develop tools to support better planning, knowledge, and monitoring by producing rich webbased interfaces for the many information systems (IMS) that are being used in country. The consultant will be required to produce dashboards and interactive maps. The position will include technical implementation and continued development of the results reporting side of EquiTrack, ActivityInfo, Textit and Formhub and provide linkages to dashboarding in Teamsite.

Duty station: UNICEF Lebanon

Duration of consultancy: July 2014– December 2014

For full details on the position, click here.

Qualified candidates are requested to apply online on http://www.undp.org.lb/jobs/index.cfm, and submit a mandatory FINANCIAL OFFER (all inclusive) in the cover letter by July 2, 2014.​

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