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The Field Monitor implements Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning activities on the project(s) and/or in the geographical areas of intervention to which he or she is assigned, as defined in the monitoring & evaluation system framework established by the Regional/Standalone MEAL Manager.
Missions / Responsibilities:
- Mission 1 : Operational implementation of Monitoring and Evaluation:
- Ensures the effective collection of the information necessary for the success of monitoring & evaluation activities;
- Ensures that obstacles to field activities are identified and passes this information on to his or her line manager;
- Contributes at least once a year to project self-evaluations led by the project managers;
- Contributes to project evaluations led by internal or external evaluators.
- Contributes to providing feedback on the results of monitoring & evaluation activities to the populations and partners;
- As part of his or her tasks, represents HI with the population and partners, respecting the organization’s values and maintaining cordial, positive and close working relations.
- Supporting IM senior Officer in digitalizing forms / tools related to his area of intervention.
- Mission 2 : Operational implementation of Accountability and Learning:
- Contributes to periodic evaluations of accountability mechanisms
- Establishes good relations with the populations and partners of HI by making periodic visits to the areas concerned in compliance with established operational procedures;
- Organizes and facilitates community consultations for the implementation of the mechanisms;
- Contributes to the design of awareness-raising tools and informs the populations and partners about HI’s accountability mechanisms;
- In close collaboration with the project teams, ensures that the HI’s activities in the field are fully understood by the populations;
- Takes part in analyzing the socio-anthropological context and power dynamics,
- Records the feedback and complaints received (and all related information) in a formalized database and refers them to the focal points designated by the accountability system;
- Monitors the effective roll-out of information, participation and complaint response mechanisms, following established procedures and ensuring that people receive a meaningful response in a timely manner;
- Ensures the archiving and protection of data relating to the feedback and complaints management mechanism.
- Participates in the lessons learned workshops organized on its area of intervention
- Implements activities to collect life stories, success stories, etc. from the population and partners;
- Ensures the archiving and protection of data related to the learning activities carried out with the populations.
- Reports all information and any difficulties related to his or her activity to his or her line-manager.
Mission 3: Emergency preparedness and response
- Contributes to the programmer’s emergency preparedness actions and, in an emergency, adapts his or her working methods to contribute to an effective humanitarian approach by HI.
Note that this job description must remain flexible, to respond to additional tasks or changes as identified by the line manager.
TIME SCHEDULE & DUTY STATION
The working hours are the following
Sunday till Thursday, from 8.00 to 16.30 PM with 30 minutes lunch break. The work duration is fixed but the working hours can vary according to the planning of activities. It can be exceptionally requested to work on Friday or Saturday. In that case a day off is planned between Sunday and Thursday during the previous or following week.
Note that working time can go up to 48 hours per week if it is required by the volume of activities and by the line manager. In that case the overtime will be considered as recovery time to be planned by the line manager in the next days.
This position will be based in Ramadi and will require frequent travels all over Anbar governorate as well as some travel to HI Baghdad office.
‘’The Employee undertakes to adhere to HI policies which include:
- Terms and conditions of engagement (T&C)
- Internal regulation (IR)
- Child protection policy (CPP)
- Protection of beneficiaries from sexual exploitation and abuse (PSEA)
- Antifraud and bribery
- Code of Conduct (CoC)
Education: Degree in social work, sociology, anthropology
Languages: Excellent Arabic (mandatory), English (strong asset)
- At least 3 years of experience in social work
- Experience with an international NGO is desirable but not mandatory.
Know-how (practices) & Interpersonal skills (attitudes)
- Strong communication and empathy skills
- Strong reporting skills
- Strong organizational skills
- Excellent interpersonal skills
- Ability to work under high pressure
- Basic computer skills demonstrated experience in utilization of Microsoft Office – Word, Excel and PowerPoint in particular.
Handicap International is an equal opportunity employer and particularly welcomes applications from persons with disabilities
Interested candidates may please send their CV with cover letter so as to reach on or before
5th Apr 2023
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