Early Warning/Cash Programme Officer
Democratic Republic of Congo
About the role:This is a 12 month, new role with unaccompanied terms based in Manono, Tanganyika Province with a salary of Grade 1 (€29,913 to €33,273).
You will report to the Nutrition Programme Manager and will work closely with the Area Coordinator, Programmes Director, Grants Manager, Base Manager and other ERNE (Enhance Response to Nutrition) programme staff
We would like you to start on 1stApril 2020
Your purpose:The Early Warning/Cash Programme Officer will support the ERNE programme in the planning, implementation, monitoring of Concern’s programmes.
You will be responsible for:
Programme Planning, Implementation and Monitoring
- Assist programme teams in preparing work plans and procurement plans for Concern’s ERNE programme.
- Assist with the implementation of Concern’s ERNE programme, with a particular focus on supporting the implementation of the cash and early warning focused activities.
- Support the Programme Manager in the recruitment of programme staff as required for Concern’s ERNE programmes.
- In collaboration with the M&E Manager, conduct monitoring of Concern’s ERNE programmes.
- Collect and synthesize data from the field, and draft reports in cooperation with Programme Manager, Grants Manager, Finance and Monitoring and Evaluation staff to a high standard and in adherence to Concern and donor guidelines.
- Work with the programme staff to produce good quality case studies that demonstrate best practice in areas of Concern’s work.
- Share visibility materials for Concern’s website and social media (e.g. photos, programme updates, case studies).
- Support with the planning and preparation for internal/external visits e.g. donor visits, Concern HQ/US Communications team visits, as required.
- Represent Concern at relevant coordination meetings at local level as required.
- Actively participate in collective exercises such as preparation or updates of Preparing for Effective Emergency Response (PEER) plan, implementation of Concern’s accountability plan and Core Humanitarian Standard (CHS) commitments, and other Concern initiatives.
- Adhere fully to the commitments and rules of Concern’s Programme Participant Protection Policy and Code of Conduct (P4 and CofC), and ensure that any abuses or suspected abuses are reported and or dealt with as appropriate.
- Any other tasks agreed with the Line Manager.
Your skills and experience will include:
- BSc or Arts degree in humanitarian/development studies, management, or a related/relevant field.
- At least one year practical experience working in similar programmes in a development or emergency for an international NGO.
- Experience in cash or early warning programming.
- Proven experience in designing and implementing training initiatives at organisational and community levels.
- Proven ability in report writing, research and documentation.
- Proven analytical, planning and time management skills.
- Experience of working in an insecure environment.
- Strong French and English language ability.
- Flexibility and the ability to work with a multi-cultural team.
- Demonstrable interpersonal and communication skills.
- Good organisation, planning and management skills.
- Ability to work under pressure.
- Excellent computer skills, including Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Excel.
- MSc in development studies or relevant field.
- 2 years’ experience in management role.
- Outgoing personality with excellent training skills.
- Experience or knowledge of international standards such as SPHERE and CHS
How to apply
All applications should be submitted through our website athttps://jobs.concern.netby the closing date and CV’s should be no more than 4 pages in length.
Due to the urgency of this position, applications will be short listed on a regular basis and we may offer posts before the closing date.