Working closely with and reporting to the Senior Knowledge Management Adviser (SKMA), the SKMO will support and coordinate the implementation of SPARC's KM Strategic plan across all KM Activities Logs, but with particular focus on the following areas:
Supporting Consolidation of knowledge management initiatives within the work streams of existing state work programmes:
Support to management of the KM work stream: developing work plans and Activity Descriptions; developing Terms of Reference for individual consultany inputs; liaising with Consortium partners over short term contracts of consultants; monitoring expenditure against budget and future commitments on a monthly basis; alerting the SKMA on possible over expenditure.
Any other task that may be required.
Enabling expansion and wider replication in the additional focus states and elsewhere:
Contribute to development of new KM tools for use across the programme.
Market the ASK help desk and coordinate all responses to enquiries and requests for futher support, using SPARC staff and the technical and practitioner pool experts.
Support documentation/analysis of successful innovations that contribute to replication agendas with the focus states and non-lead states.
Coordinating with other programmes:
Representing SPARC at Knowledge Management working Group meetings as required.
Knowledge sharing to support SPARC lessons, resources, and results; and,
Assist the Knowledge Management Team to ensure submission of reports are in accordance with Programme formats and templates.
Analysing, editing and writing draft text for leaflets, policy briefs and fact sheets in a concise manner and plain English.
Draft key messages for the programme communications products and service.
Support technical work streams within SPARC states on identified KM issues.
Contribute to any further development of the intranet and websites.
Manage SPARC's websites.
Knowledge management support to the Federal component:
Support to the communiation and KM functions within the NGF.
Identifying and promoting best practices/successful reforms within federal level organizations that are supported by SPARC.