- March 24, 2022
- Posted by: strategia
- Category: Humanitarian Jobs
The Cash Information Management Delegate will provide technical advice and help develop information products and processes and support data lifecycle activities for the ESSN and any other program. Cash Information Management Delegate is expected to be embedded in the Information Management and Data Analysis Team.
Job Duties and Responsibilities
CASH & DATA PROCESS:
- Documentation and dissemination of the cash process specific to the programme.
- Setting up and maintenance of data processes related to Cash
- Identifying, contextualizing and disseminating cash tools (e.g. Cash in Emergencies toolkit, NS specific tools)
- Provide guidance and support in determining data protection considerations in the collection, management, storage, and sharing of cash data
- Support distribution & encashment planning
- Support the Turkish Red Crescent in ensuring quality of data collection processes and data management activities is streamlined including encoding, storing, and transferring data to key stakeholders.
- Together with the ESSN M&E Team, develop data collection plans that are adapted to the ESSN programme.
- Coordinate, support or advise on primary data collection and data lifecycle including management, storage and archiving procedures for the ESSN programme.
- Advise on the technological solutions to be implemented as mobile data collection systems in support to the ESSN programme.
- Work in close collaboration with the IFRC Geneva IT Department and Data Protection Officer to streamline data protection practices and ensure that IT protocols, frameworks and procedures are aligned for the ESSN Programme.
- Collect, process, reconcile and make available to the National Society, the data analysis and M&E teams of the ESSN programme all primary data collected for the ESSN programme jointly with the M&E Team and the National Society.
- Select and implement structured analytical techniques to improve the quality, credibility and rigor of the data collection processes of the ESSN programme.
- Advocate and promote best practices in relation to qualitative and improved survey designs for the ESSN programme.
- Liaise with the IFRC Geneva Information Management Team in order to implement globally agreed standards and tools and data analysis processes.
- Ensure appropriate capacity support, empowerment and mentoring in regards to Mobile Data Collection and Survey Design for the TRCS including identifying gaps and training opportunities.
- Represent IFRC ESSN Information Management in various coordination meetings, workshops and forums with partners when relevant and needed.
- Identify data related challenges in CVA processes and highlight where tools and competencies for data management may help.
- Provide advocacy within the organization for robust data management tools.
- Provide assistance in the evaluation and identification of data management tools that fit NS’s needs, plans, resources, and context.
- Provide demos or training on data management tools when needed.
- Setup data management tools for NS’s, and when appropriate work with the wider network (e.g. Region, Cash Hub, PNS’s, SIMS, Cash IM community) that might be able to support the NS.
- Support analysis of data such as priority needs, response analysis, transfer value calculation, decision making matrix, market & price monitoring, PDM analysis, complaints & feedback data analysis
- Assist in preparing or generating reports
- Aggregating and visualizing planning, distribution, and monitoring data
- Support Reconciliation of cash assistance data
COORDINATION & SUPPORT
- Coordinate with the IM and Data Analysis Delegate
- Liaise with other IM and Data Analysis Team members
- Support delegates and NS in M&E activities and Capacity Strengthening
CLOSURE & TRANSITION:
- Assist in preparing for Audit (design and implementation decisions, evidences including complete financial reconciliation)
- Assist in Lessons Learning Reviews, analysis of data to help evaluation of program
- Develop materials to help train NS staff on cash IM
- Work closely with the ESSN Learning and Capacity Support Workstream for IM related
- Cash Level 2 Training
- University degree in relevant areas such as Information Management, Disaster Management, IT/Computer Science, Finance, GIS/Geography, technical qualification or equivalent experience
- Practical Cash in Emergencies (PECT)
- Experience in Information Management and Data Management including collection, storing, processing, and analysing data to generate information products
- Experience with data collection tools such as ODK/Kobo
- Experience with Excel
- Ability to compile and holistically analyse diverse datasets
- Demonstrated understanding of different data collection methodologies
- Experience with databases such as SQL, Oracle, MS Access
- Experience with integrated data management tools such RedRose
- Experience in emergency humanitarian operations
- Proven skills to analyse statistical information
- Ability to formulate IM-related technical requirements and Operating Procedures
- Ability to translate planning-specifications into technical briefs for data capture and analysis, and vice versa
- Experience with handling confidential data
- Experience in advanced data visualization and information design
- Experience with data visualization tools such as Tableau, PowerBI
- Experience in supporting or running cash and voucher assistance programmes
Knowledge, Skills and Language
Knowledge and Skills:
- The ability to collect, collate, analyse, disseminate and act on key humanitarian information is fundamental to effective response
- Knowledge and understanding of relational data theory (e.g. linking datasets)
- In-depth knowledge of the latest technological developments in information technology and information system
- Fluently spoken and written English
- Good command of another IFRC official language (French, Spanish or Arabic)
Competencies and Values
- Results Orientation
- Collaboration and teamwork
- Judgment and decision making
- National Society and customer relations
- Collaboration and influencing
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