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Senior Project Officer-Humanitarian Aid
شناسه پست:KVID20171226-35584
عنوان: Senior Project Officer-Humanitarian Aid
دسته بندی:پروگرام
مدت:6 months (possibility of Extension)
تاریخ ختم:2017-12-26-(11 ماه مانده)
تعداد نفر:1
جنسیت:مرد یا زن
مکان
کارفرما:Cordaid |درباره Cordaid
شهر:کابل, ننگرهار
کشور:Afghanistan
شرایط
تحصیلات:• Relevant education in humanitarian aid and international development;
تجربه کاری:• At least 3 proven experience with developi سال
شرایط:

Position and responsibility

 

The Senior Project Officer-Humanitarian Aid will be hired by Cordaid to support the coordination of the AFJR and to support the management of Cordaid’s humanitarian assistance programs:

 

Afghanistan Joint Response:

Participate and represent the Alliance in relevant platforms, networks and clusters;
Meet regularly with the Afghanistan Joint Response partners in Kabul to update on the implementation and monitoring process;
Provide logistic support for the Alliance field visits;
Provide with monthly technical and financial monitoring consolidated reports;
Monitor Cordaid Humanitarian Aid programs in Kabul;
Support the capacity-building of CO staff and local partner organizations.

 

Other Humanitarian Programs:

Participate and represent Cordaid in relevant platforms, networks and clusters;
Identify gaps and needs and translate these into programs opportunities;
Identify funding sources for humanitarian actions;
Coordinate all activities with partners;
Monitor and develop activities and partners.

 

 

 

 

The Senior Project Officer will report directly to Cordaid Afghanistan’s Program Development and Quality Assurance Advisor.

 

General objectives of the Senior Project Officer

 

-Support fulfilment of Cordaid’s humanitarian assistance mandate and enhance disaster risk reduction capacities of people affected by natural and manmade disasters with particular attention to IDPs, returnees, refugees and other vulnerable people affected by disasters.

- Contribute to improved learning, linking and coordination between partner organizations and key stakeholders

-Support programs development and strategic positioning of Cordaid on Disaster Preparedness and Humanitarian Aid in Afghanistan

-Support management of the Afghanistan Joint Relief program

-Ensure maintenance of strategic partnerships and agreements with selected partners and network for information – sharing and response.

-  Support capacity-building of CO staff and partners in emergency preparedness and response.

 

Specific Objectives:

 

Program management and development

-Support coordination, monitoring and reporting on the Afghanistan Joint Relief program activities

-Support the completion of the Cordaid Afghanistan Country Office contingency plan and operationalization of rapid response mechanism.

- Conduct regular monitoring visits to project sites

-Support report writing to Cordaid Head Office and others based on partner reports and monitoring visits

- Support documentation of human interest stories, lessons learned and best practices

-Maintain good working relationship and communication with Cordaid local partners and relevant humanitarian actors

-Support proposal development on emergency preparedness and response

-Support planning, evaluation and audits

-Explore complementarity with other Cordaid and partner projects to support linking relief, recovery and development agenda

 

Capacity Development on Disaster Preparedness and Humanitarian Aid

-Help organize and facilitate trainings for CO and local partner staff

-Accompany/back stop staff of local partner organizations to enabled long-term knowledge and skills transfer

 

Networking and representation

- Represent Cordaid’s Humanitarian Aid program at relevant UN and other humanitarian coordination meetings at the national and provincial levels

-Establish contacts with relevant stakeholders and explore potential areas for collaboration as strategic to Cordaid’s humanitarian aid strategic objective

 

Qualifications

Relevant education in humanitarian aid and international development;

At least 3 years proven experience with developing, managing and monitoring humanitarian aid programs;
Experience in building capacity and backstopping local partners in insecure areas;
Excellent English language writing and communications skills are required;
Experience in PCM and quality standards, also in providing trainings;
Experience of ECHO’s e-single form, UN funding mechanisms, CHF, CAP and cluster approach;
Strong financial management, analytical and problem-solving skills;
Experience using relevant humanitarian international standards such as Sphere;
Relevant experience and expertise in livelihood, NFI, WASH and Shelter;
Experience in working with internationally-funded programs, including coordination, reporting and monitoring according to different donor templates (e.g. OCHA);
Experience in working with local NGOs and other structures at local;
Be diplomatic

وظایف

Background for the position



One of the key areas of Cordaid Afghanistan’s 2017 strategic plan is focused on Humanitarian Aid, particularly on providing humanitarian support to returnees and IDPs and working gradually to linking relief with recovery and development. The focus will on building expertise and capacity of Cordaid’s CO and partners to strengthen and advance efforts to respond to crisis in target provinces in a timely and effective manner. This will include, but will not be limited to addressing needs of returnees and IDPs, responding to natural and manmade disasters and linking relief to recovery and development in target areas.



 



Cordaid has implemented various Humanitarian Aid projects for IDPs, refugees and natural-disaster affected communities in Afghanistan since 2002.  In response to the increased needs of over a million IDPs, refugees and returnees in 2016, Cordaid is implementing an emergency response project for vulnerable IDPs and returnees in Nangarhar.



 



Cordaid is the lead agency of the Afghanistan’s joint Humanitarian Response (AFJR), an alliance of 7 Dutch NGOs The AFJR was launched on the 1st of December, 2016 (Afghanistan Joint Response / AFJR), and is funded by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The 7 NGOs participating in the AFJR are:  Stichting Vluchteling, CARE, Cordaid, OXFAM-Novib, Save the Children, World Vision, and ZOA. The proposed assistance under the AFJR programme is for IDPs, returnees and host communities and aims to save lives and reduce the vulnerability of the targeted people. 


طریقه ارسال درخواستی

Applications including a motivation letter and extensive CV in English, including the contact details of at least three previous professional references should send to below email address.

Female Applicants are highly encouraged to apply

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