Shelter Specialist (Kosti) – NRC
|The Norwegian Refugee Council
|Kosti Area Office
|12/20/2023, 12:38 PM
Females are highly encouraged to Apply. What we are looking for
The Shelter Specialist is a member of the Programme Unit (PU). The position-holder is the strategic and technical lead at the country level. As such, they are responsible for taking a lead role in strategic leadership, technical quality, advocacy and coordination, and fundraising for the Shelter CC. The position-holder will also be responsible for providing technical support and guidance to the Shelter field teams. What you will do
Key objectives for this role include:
- Develop Shelter strategy, technical guidance, and Macro LFAs that are aligned with regional and global strategies and priorities.
- Compliance with and adherence to NRC policies, guidance, and procedures.
- Contribute to fundraising, develop and revise funding proposals, budgets, and donor reports.
- Identify trends technical standards and donor priorities.
- Follow up on compliance with contractual commitments within CC, and ensure high technical quality and synergies in project implementation.
- Strategic Leadership. Lead the revision of the CC Strategy as part of the broader Country Strategy development process. This includes contributing to Integrated Programming through active collaboration and coordination with other Core Competencies, and engagement in cross-cutting initiatives.
- Safe & Inclusive Programming. Lead the strengthening of the Shelter safe programming standards, and support cross-cutting initiatives to ensure Do-No-Harm and improve inclusion, accountability, community engagement, etc. in the wider NRC Sudan program.
- Emergency Preparedness and Response Planning. Play a leading role in facilitating the development of AO-level emergency response and preparedness planning to support timely multi-sector response to rapid onset needs.
- Partnerships. Contribute to the strengthening and expansion of NRC’s partnerships with other agencies. This includes supporting the field teams to strengthen their downstream partnership approaches with local NGOs and developing strategic informal (i.e. nonfinancial) partnerships with relevant stakeholders to foster collaboration and coordination to support NRC Sudan’s overall objectives.
- Advocacy and Coordination. Contribute to NRC’s advocacy objectives through meaningful engagement in briefings, development of advocacy products, and coordination. As delegated by the HoP, represent NRC and the Shelter program in the relevant coordination fora, and with external stakeholders.
- Learning. Led the harmonizing and strengthening of Shelter monitoring and evaluation tools and systems, in collaboration with the M&E team. Responsible for supporting program learning throughout the project cycle.
Please download the detailed job description to learn more about the position as the above responsibilities are just a snapshot from the JD.
What you will bring:
Generic professional competencies for this position:
- Minimum 4 years of experience within technical expertise area in a humanitarian/ recovery context.
- Experience from working in complex and volatile contexts
- Core competency expertise
- Documented results related to the position’s responsibilities
- Knowledge and skills in market analysis, cash-based interventions and market-based programs
- Knowledge about own leadership skills/profile
- Fluency in English, both written and verbal
- Valid driver’s license
Context/specific skills, knowledge, and experience:
- Knowledge of the context in Sudan is preferred
- Experience working in a hardship duty station is preferred
- Experience working directly with humanitarian donors is preferred
- Experience with scale-up and significant contextual change is preferred
- Experience with capacity building is a strong asset
- Ability to use LFA as a tool for project/program design and follow-up
What we offer
- Duty station: Kosti, Sudan
- Contract: international contract, 24 months.
- Travel: up to 30%.
- Salary/benefits: grade 9 on NRC’s international salary scale.
- NRC is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to diversity without distinction to age, gender, religion, ethnicity, nationality, and physical ability.
- We think outside the box, encourage ideas, and give responsibility to all employees at all levels. You will have many opportunities to be heard and take the initiative.
Find out more about the benefits of working for NRCImportant information about the application process
- Internal candidates only: To apply as an internal candidate, log in with your official email or click on Opportunity MarketPlace.
- When creating your profile, include your full name as given on your passport. Complete all the system-required fields for experience, employment history, and education.
- Submit your application and CV in English, taking care to attach your latest CV.
- Applications that do not meet the minimum standards in terms of experience or qualifications will generally not be considered. Unsolicited applications not related to this specific job advertisement will not be considered.
- Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. We receive many applicants for each vacant position.
- All nationalities are encouraged to apply.
- If you have any questions about this role, please email EAY Recruitment at [email protected] with the job title as the subject line.
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