FSL & ERL Coordinator

إداري, دوام كامل, ميداني
Flexible Location, Northeast Syria
Posted 2 months ago

position Overview

As the Food Security and Livelihoods (FSL) & Early Recovery and Livelihoods (ERLCoordinator, you will play a crucial role in shaping and advancing IPV’s programs in North East Syria. Your direct reporting line to the Program Manager underscores your responsibility for contributing to the quality assurance of program implementation, ensuring seamless integration with gender, youth, protection, and monitoring and evaluation components. Your leadership will extend to the development of novel initiatives aimed at addressing the root causes of poverty, with a specific focus on fostering secure, productive, and equitable communities within the complex context of North East Syria.

 

Job Location:

Flexible Location

 

Role Responsibilities:

  1. Project Development and Implementation: Assist the Program Manager in developing projects and ensuring the smooth implementation of FSL activities. Contribute to providing and reviewing technical studies for Food Security , Early recovery and  Livelihood interventions.
  2. Proposal Writing and SOPs: Contribute to FSL&ERL  proposal writing Track progress of activities, collect project indicators, and provide timely internal status reports.
  3. Human Resources and Capacity Building: Be involved in the recruitment process, including drafting TORs, JDs, and conducting interviews. Support new employees during orientation and contribute to team-building activities.Participate in the Performance Appraisal Process and training needs assessments.
  4. Coordination and Communication: Assist the Program Manager in collaborating with partners, engaging with project stakeholders, and participating in cluster/coordination meetings. Maintain effective communication and coordination with the NES working group and other pertinent working groups. Champion the inclusion of new partners and actively explore opportunities to expand IPV’s reach.
  5. Project Design and Implementation:

Supervise and lead field teams to implement projects’ activities in-line with humanitarian standards and cluster recommendations.

Ensure projects are designed and implemented in-line with core humanitarian standards, considering the needs of women, children, and PWD.

 

Knowledge and Qualifications:

Education:

  • Bachelor’s degree in relevant field , or in administrations with experience in the management of different kinds of FSL & ERL Projects.

Experience:

  • Minimum of 4 years’ work experience in the humanitarian sector, with at least two years in an FSL Coordinator or similar role.
  • Good experience in management of FSL Projects, including, livelihood & Capacity building ,  Agriculture, Value Chains, and Food Security.
  • Proven experience in reporting project progress to partners/donors.

Skills and Abilities:

  • Proven management skillsmultitasking, and well-organized approaches.
  • Leadership and decision-making skills.
  • Strong communication skills.
  • Proficient in both written and spoken Arabic and English. Knowledge of Kurdish is desirable.
  • Demonstrated flexibility and adaptability in an ever-changing environment.
  • Proficient in computer skills, especially Microsoft Office.

NoteIPV is an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion. We encourage qualified candidates from all backgrounds to apply.

IPV thanks all applicants for their interest; however, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for an interview.

Join us in making a positive impact in Northeast Syria.

 

IPV is committed to the safeguarding and safety of children, young people and adults, and we expect all staff to adhere to PSEA and child protection policies.

IPV’s staff selection process also includes stringent background checks to ensure we adhere to safeguarding standards

The application deadline for this position is April 30th, 2024.

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