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INCLUSIVE LIVELIHOODS OFFICER

JOB Vacancy Announcement #: 798

Job Title: INCLUSIVE LIVELIHOODS OFFICER

Application deadline: 09.07.2018

Other Information’s:

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Job Requirements:        

Education and experience:

– Bachelor degree in a related area, agriculture, management, international development.

Experience required

– Minimum of 1-2 years of working experience in NGOs or management.

– Strong supervisory skills, planning, interpersonal and communication skills

– Ability to manage stress, multi – task and take strong decisions for a team.

– Good understanding of current situation/on-going crisis in North East Syria.

– Competency in writing progress reports; familiarity with principles and practice of monitoring and evaluation

– Prior experience in NGO work is a strong asset.

– Good interpersonal and communication skills

Professional requirments

– In agreement with Organization’s Values and humanitarian principles

– Fully adhere security protocols in place

– Respect people of all ethnicities, religions, genders and backgrounds

– Able to work both independently and as part of team

– Critical thinker and a problem solver and able to perform under pressure

– Patient, culturally sensitive, flexible and highly motivated to deliver quality assistance

– Able to travel within field locations regularly for programmatic

– Able to maintain performance expectations

– Computer literate; proficiency use of Excel, Word, Outlook

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Language

– Excellent written and spoken English and Arabic. Good knowledge in Kurdish is a strong asset

Coordination:

– Actively coordinate with all internal depatments

– Beign proactive in coordination with external actors and NGOs

– Coordinate with local authorities when needed

JOB CONDITIONS

– Remuneration: according to salary grid. Minimum 1087USD/month (+ allowances).

– Trvale will be expected, movement to field locations for approximately 30% of the time.

– Starting date: 1st of August 2018.

– Duration / Type of contract: 6 months (renewable upon Funding and performances).

Job Description:

  1. Project Management

 Create a clear project implementation plan (annual, 3 month) with support from the Project Manager (PM) – including the targets and matching activity schedule of consortium partners.

 Train teams on tools for project implementation (e.g. DIP- detailed implementation plan) to be shared with all Managers and Coordinators.

 Identify technical needs of the Inclusive livelihood field teams and ensure they are well supported.

 Allocate tasks weekly to be accomplished by field team matching consortium members need the Organization team support.

 Coordinate with the Inclusive livelihood coordinator to ensure adequate weekly technical support to field staff.

 Communicate regularly with consortium members on changes in areas and activities teams are supporting.

 Ensure the accurate use of project tools with support from the DBO.

 Ensure referral mechanisms within the Organization projects (PSS, Rehab, MRE) are followed for North East hub.

 Complete monitoring field visits to partners’ working areas and ensure the monitoring at field level.

 Fill M&E tools for North East hub, then summarize and report to PM and ILM. Discuss ideas and recommendations for adjustments to targets/work.

 Participate in project launch plan, midterm and final evaluations.

 Actively coordinate with all internal departments to ensure the good implementation of the project.

 Produce (or contribute to) internal reporting with NES hub (weekly, monthly, and/or upon request from PM)

 Contribute to donor reports.

 Help review budget allocation/availability to various activities, and specifically for accessility and aid fabrication in close discussion with ILW.

  1. HR Management

 Organize and schedule the teams’ activities and ensure an accurate and timely follow up of achievement per staff.

 Participate in staff recruitment under guidance from the Project Manager.

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 Prepare induction process for new staff and ensure appropriate training/support is provided in coordination with Inclusive livelihood coordinator.

 Conduct staff appraisals; manage leaves as well as other HR issues that may arise.

 Identify individual needs and formalize capacity building plans for each team member which can be closely monitored, in coordination with Inclusive livelihood coordinator.

 Ensure regular (weekly) supervision with the teams to discuss problems, developments and general project information needed for accurate planning and implementation.

  1. Capitalization

 Archive and share all necessary project tools and documents adapted to North East hub with PM and IM/IC.

 Organize regular feedback sessions with consortium members to ensure the smooth implementation of the Organization’s role.

  1. Representation

 Communicate with Officers of consortium partners in North East Hub, in close coordination with the PM.

 Represent the Organization within the consortium when authorized.

 Represent the Organization in coordination mechanisms in Al-Hassakeh, as needed.

 Represent the Organization with the HAO and manage for any authorization needed for project activities in close link with Context manager, PM and FC.

  1. Security

 Respect the confidentiality of information and data received.

 Sharing information with external actors should follow the SRC confidentiality note.

 Respect and promote the Organization policies and report to the line manager any non-respect of these policies amongst the teams or partners.

 Report any incident or act that causes any harm to beneficiary or to others.

 Ensure that the team members know and follow the security procedures, in collaboration with the Field coordinator;

 Inform the PM and Field Coordinator of any security issues faced on the field by the team and keep a clear report on incidents and location of incidents;

 Follow developments and changes in security status in the field so Project Manager can make informed decisions.

  1. Translation

 Assist the PM in translating when meeting operational staff or external actors;

 Ensure the translation of necessary tools for the NES operations;

 Ensure an effective translation oral and or written of project documents/meetings

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How to Apply:
Please send your CV to the following email:

 northeast.humanitarian.ngo@gmail.com

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