Job ID 11886
Salary As per organization's salary scale
No. of Opportunity 1
Experience 2 Years
Qualification Bachelor Degree
Opportunity type Job
Duration Project based
Vacancy No. VA# 1261
Organization Women for Afghan Women (WAW)
The Field Monitor (NFIs) is responsible for all the survey’s data and figures s/he has conducted during the Joint assessment team, verification, field monitors will deal with a good manner with IDP/Returnees and host community families also Identify Persons with Special Needs (PSNs), Conducting the NFIs distribution, ES/NFIs post distribution monitoring and assess the ES/NFIs needs and concerns of women/girls beneficiaries, with special focus on those in such marginalized categories as female-headed household, adolescents, women and girls with disabilities; He is under the direct supervision of Provincial Team Leader of WAW Sub office Kandahar.
- Develop weekly/ monthly planning and reporting, conducting verification, monitoring and identify the NFIs and emergency shelter needs the most vulnerable families during field activities.
- Representing UNHCR LO in case he is busy in emergency assessment so the NFI needs of the IDPs are identified.
- Preparing beneficiary assessment list and household narrative report.
- Preparing an assistance request form of identified NFI needs and submitting it to the donor.
- Facilitate unloading of the nonfood items (NFIs) and emergency shelters (tents) in warehouse.
- Preparing distribution list, coupon cards, consent forms, imagery consent forms and donor banners.
- In close coordination with UNHCR LO and DoRR the distribution date and place is identified and all relevant beneficiaries are informed.
- Check the accuracy of the tokens given to the beneficiaries prior to the distribution.
- Directly distribute and /or facilitate the distribution of NFIs and emergency shelters to the beneficiaries as per the registration of database.
- Record the beneficiaries who receive their NFIs.
- Report the total distribution by the end of the day to the project manager/LO and preparing NFI distribution report to donor.
- Be thoroughly familiar with the policies and procedure guiding the work of this position in particular and the program department overall perform job function in line with these policies and procedure.
- Participate in training required by accreditation standards, plus performance and quality improvement efforts.
- Attend and participate in regular staff meetings and in –service trainings.
- After 45 days of NFI distribution Post Distribution Monitoring should be completed.
- The Post Distribution Monitoring (PDM) team is required to monitor 25% of the assisted beneficiaries.
- Filling up the PDM form for each assisted beneficiaries (of the 25% beneficiaries).
- Making a final report on PDM and submitting it to the Report Writer.
- Perform other related duties as assigned by Project Manager.
- Identify Persons with Special Needs (PSNs) and assess the needs and concerns of women/girls beneficiaries, with special focus on those in such marginalized categories as female-headed household, adolescents, women and girls with disabilities;
- Getting consent of the IDP/Returnee to report their names/picture or video.
- Field Monitor is responsible to report to project manager (on daily, weekly and monthly basis).
- Compare the computerized lists with hand-written to avoid duplication and spelling mistakes.
- All the hand-written documents must be archived, when needed it will be provided by field monitors
- During the verification, field monitors will deal with IDP/Returnees families in the best manner possible.
- Conduct protection monitoring using the new Protection Monitoring tools in line with methodology during both emergency, post conflict stages of the displacement.
- Participation in Rapid/house to house joint assessment.
- Monitoring and Evaluation of shelter, Latrine, Food and NFIs Assistance Packages.
- Participation in the distribution process of NFIs, food items and winterization assistance.
- Any other tasks also include the followings: All field monitors are required to share their report in Pashtu languages and if possible in English with report writers and manager as well as take part in any administrative tasks assigned by the office manager as back up of one another.
- Record results of protection monitoring visits using the relevant tools and maintain electronic records for each visit;
- Maintain record on number, date and locations of protection monitoring visits, including number of beneficiaries benefitting from information dissemination sessions and number of persons with specific needs identified and referred;
- Report the collected data to the director Manager and Reporting Officer.
- Report on daily basis to the Reporting Officer and Provincial Team Leader.
- Coordinate on daily basis with UNHCR Provincial Focal points on mission planning and monitoring schedules in the field.
- Ensure to involve the Reporting Officer and team in all the major work related decisions.
- Ensure to inform the Protection Project Manager with all the related security issues and other vital information.
- Maintain a good relationship with the other members of the team.
- Maintain good relationships with the beneficiaries and their families in order to understand their perspective on the project and to assist in the success of the project.
- Minimum of 2 years of work experience in Community empowerment, outreach and/or monitoring; previous experience in protection programs and/or participatory assessment programs for internally displaced persons and refugee returnees is a strong asset;
- Desirable knowledge of core elements of protection, GBV, child protection, legal aid;
- At least 12 grade graduated / Diploma & Bachelor Degree is desirable
- Fluency in Dari, Pashtu (will be decided based on local language), English is an asset
- Experience in the usage of Office package (Ms Word, Excel, etc)
The candidate should
- Uphold the highest humanitarian standards and principles;
- Have ability and willingness to travel and spend long hours in the field locations;
- Have capacity to work independently and as part of a team;
- Have excellent interpersonal relationships, networking and communication skills;
- Have good analytical skills and capacity to coordinate with a variety of humanitarian actors and local institutions;
- Be able to represent WAW mandate and principles with communities and local authorities, using appropriate messages and methods
- Understand and be sensitive to local customs
- Be able to prioritize work;
- Be flexible and adaptable to ever changing environments
- Be able to work under pressure
How to Apply:
Interested Afghan applicants should submit Cover Letter along with their CVs in One PDF file explaining their interest and suitability for the position.
Please indicate the vacancy number
Note: Kindly avoid sending your educational and work certificates at this stage of recruitment. Applications received after closing date and without mentioning the location in the subject line of the email will not be considered.