الخميس، 3 سبتمبر، 2015

موظفي مشاريع CCCM/ UDOC Project Officers - المجلس النرويجي للاجئين - غزة

he Norwegian Refugee Council is a non-governmental, humanitarian organization with 60 years of experience in helping to create a safer and more dignified life for refugees and internally displaced persons. We advocate for their rights and assist with shelter, education, food security, and information counselling & legal assistance.

NRC seeks to fill two CCCM/UDOC officer positions:

CCCM/UDOC Project Officer – special focus on IT
CCCM/UDOC Project Officer – special focus on advocacy
Gaza strip
On 7th July 2014, the Israeli army launched a large military operation in the Gaza Strip, code named “Protective Edge”, with the stated objective of stopping Palestinian rocket firing at southern Israel and destroying the military infrastructure of Hamas and other armed groups. Destruction was widespread. More than 2,000 Palestinians were killed and there was massive displacement. Almost a year on, up to 100,000 people remain displaced - an estimated figure based on the number of buildings destroyed.

NRC believes that building the capacity and working through existing local government structures is vital with respect to early and successful recovery, particularly for those neighborhoods that suffered wide -scale destruction. In Gaza, NRC is currently piloting an Urban Displacement Outside Camps (UDOC) project with support from the Global CCCM Cluster. The office is currently working with five of the worst -affected municipalities to help them profile IDP populations, to effectively communicate and provide relevant information to the affected population, and to facilitate effective forums to ensure timely and coordinated service delivery that includes community participation. NRC believes this will help pave the way towards reconstruction that itself will only be successful with meaningful community participation at all stages. The project will expand through 2015 to include more municipalities prioritizing the worst-affected areas.

General responsibilities
Ensure adherence with NRC policies, tools, handbooks and guidelines
2-Implement delegated UDOC/CCM project portfolio according to plan of action
3-Prepare and develop status reports as required by management
4-Ensure proper archiving and filing of project documents on both hardcopies and soft copies
Ensure that projects target beneficiaries most in need, and explore and asses new and better ways to assist
6-Promote and share ideas for technical improvement
7-Coordinate and implement day to day UDOC/CCM project activities in the field in Gaza strip according to strategy and project agreements
8-Actively participate in developing work plans for project activities.
9-Cooperate with relevant partners and local authorities in line with project activities
10-Conduct regular field visits and participate actively in the overall project monitoring and evaluation process.

Specific responsibilities:
-Actively participate in developing project documents (assessment forms, agreements, ToRs etc…)
-Facilitate preparation of needs assessments, focus group discussions, community meetings, and other community mobilization activities.
-Provide trainings to local partners as per project action plans
-Development of training plans, TOR's, and reports
-Follow up implementation of capacity building programs to communities, partners and main stakeholders
- Actively promote the rights of IDPs.
-Facilitation of services sensitization and provision by other agencies to IDP's and host communities.
(Coordinate internally with NRC core competences such as ICLA, Shelter, Education and WASH to ensure that all project partners and beneficiaries are aware of the existing referral system and any complaint mechanisms.
(Participate in/or implement assessment on protection issues, humanitarian needs and other data needed when required.
(Any other task relevant to the position as requested by the Project Coordinator and/or the management.
Advocacy Specific responsibilities:
(Support in training and coaching of project partners Ministry of social Affairs (MOSA) and Municipalities staff members in advocacy and lobbying.
(Support municipalities and communities in development and implementation of advocacy plans
(Conduct capacity assessments of partners in relation to advocacy and lobbying issues
(Identify advocacy key messages to be disseminated on different levels
(Design and implement advocacy campaigns according to NRC regulations
(Design and follow up production of all project media outputs and advocacy tools.

IT Specific responsibilities:
(Support in training and coaching of project partners Ministry of social Affairs (MOSA) and Municipalities staff members in information management.
(Design, implement and maintain project databases and electronic archives
(Conduct capacity assessments of partners in relation to information management aspects
(Identify technical solutions to establish linkages among different partners databases

All NRC employees should be able to adhere to our Codes of Conduct and the four organizational values: Dedication, innovation, inclusivity and accountability.
Commencement:ASAP

Contract period:5 months
Salary:According to NRC’s salary scale

Closing date: Thursday - 10/09/2015
Please indicate which special focus you are applying for.

The Norwegian Refugee Council has 2000 committed and competent employees involved in projects on four continents, to give refugees and internally displaced persons a better life and future. In addition we have one of the world’s largest standby forces with 600 professionals, ready to be deployed on 72 hours’ notice when crisis occur.


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