ActionAid Bangladesh is looking for suitable candidate for the following position:
Field Monitoring Officer
Camp Coordination and Camp Management (CCCM), funded by UNHCR
Location of posting
Teknaf at Cox’s Bazar
Types of contract
Fixed term contract
Up to 31 January 2021
Number of positions
Salary and benefits
Competitive salary will be offered with admissible benefits such as mobile & modem allowance, medical benefit, group life insurance etc.
Over 1 million of Forcibly Displaced Myanmar Citizen (with the majority comprising women and children), took shelter in camps in Cox’s Bazar in southern Bangladesh on August 2017. The Government of Bangladesh, together with national and international partners, have been pro‐actively responding to this crisis through extensive humanitarian response. The government allocated 2,000 acres of land that is apportioned into different camps as temporary settlements for the Rohingya people. There is a coordinated effort to provide critical lifesaving assistance i.e. food, nutrition, shelter, water, health & hygiene, psycho‐social support and counselling and basic education services to the Rohingya people living in the camp and host community settlements.
ActionAid is going to implement site management activities in different camps in Teknaf. As an agency engaged in Rohingya Crisis Response since September 2017, ActionAid has the experience in coordinating with a range of camp actors, including the Rohingya and their representatives and in facilitating the site management role in Rohingya camps.
The major activities related to site management are identifying critical humanitarian needs and addressing those through coordination & collaboration with different stakeholders; anchoring information management also, complaints and feedback mechanism; linking community with different service providers; facilitating camp operations and DRR actions.
Key responsibilities include (not limited to)
Main responsibilities are camp level monitoring to ensure all site management roles such as service monitoring and gap identification are undertaken
Monitoring all community mobilization activities and camp governance activities are in place.
Work with service providers and camp communities to promote and implement routine camp maintenance, considering distribution points as well.
Monitor safety risks (infrastructure of the camp), addressing them to the competent agency
Designing and implementing service provision monitoring based on Protection mainstreaming and mitigation of Gender Based Violence (GBV) risks;
Closely work with the Officer EPR (Emergency Preparedness and Response) to undertake site risk reduction and maintenance to maximize the health and safety of camp residents.
Support in relocations
Support refugees to maintain, repair, modify and improve their shelters, through materials, construction teams, trainings
Any other duties as may be assigned by the Line Manager
Support camp manager for regular weekly and monthly reports and highlight the camp situation
Report programme progress and challenges to Camp Manager
Provide technical guidance to young people and partner staff on maintaining standardized information sharing systems, complaint mechanism etc.
Facilitate to collect community feedback, compile and shared with management.
Keep regular follow up of the status of community complaint and feedback and shared with management.
Generate progress reports on a weekly and monthly basis or as per the requirement of donor and AAB management;
Any other tasks delegated by the Line Manager which is jointly agreed.
S/He will be reportable to Camp Manager of this project. S/he will work as a team member in the respective camp
Required Educational Qualification and Experience
Master’s in Social Science or relevant disciplines (flexible in terms of person having working experience in Rohingya Response)
Minimum 3 years of working experience in emergency project management
Experience in CCCM/Site Management is highly desired.
Experience in community mobilization and DRR will be a plus.
Experience in CCCM and Rohingya Response
Clear understanding on protection issues, CCCM, human rights, DRR and resilience
Experience working in emergency responses targeting vulnerable people
Fluent in local language
Only those who meet the above requirements are requested to apply following these instructions:
Last date of application is 08 April 2020. Due to emergency, recruitment will be on rolling. The interested candidates are requested to apply before deadline.
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