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Assessment Team Leader - PARC

الصفحة الرئيسية
ليصلك احدث الوظائف والاخبار اشترك معنا في قناتنا على التليجرام

CBDRM Assessment Team Leader

The Palestinian Agricultural Relief Committees (PARC) is implementing a project entitled “Enhancing the resilience of small-scale farmers and communities affected by natural hazards and protracted and multifaceted crises”. This project is in partnership with Diakonie Katastrophenhilfe (DKH) and funded by the German Federal Ministry of Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ).

The project aims at mitigating the risks impacting small-scale farmers and communities affected by natural and man-made hazard. One of the projects activities is performing Community Based Disaster Risk Management assessment and planning for 15 most vulnerable communities in the Gaza Strip. This activity includes the identification of these communities, assessing the risks impacting them, assessing their vulnerabilities and capacities and finally help them devise risk mitigation plans and forming protection committees to implement such plans.

PARC is seeking qualified candidates to assume the following

  • position: CBDRM Assessment team leader
  • Location: Gaza City,
  • Salary: The salary is competitive and commensurate with the qualifications

Duties and responsibilities:

  1. Continue the already developed methodology of the community-based disaster risk assessment in coordination with the Project Manager and Diakonie Katastrophenhilfe.
  2. Provide technical supervision, monitor and implement the CBDRM assessment process;
  3. Analyze the data collected so far using the CBDRM Assessment approach including communities FGDs.
  4. Ensure all CBDRM activities are implemented in a timely manner and according to PARC’s and donor rules and regulations.
  5. Facilitate the establishment of Community Protection Committees.
  6. Finalize the plans with the Community Protection Committees and provide feedback to the communities including hazards maps, risk assessments and CBDRM plans.
  7. Establish and facilitate the training of the Community Protection Committees on advocacy and community mobilization.
  8. Develop a high quality CBDRM assessment and planning report in English and Arabic.
  9. Develop publishable brief reports on the CBDRM assessment and planning results.
  10. Follow up the publication development and dissemination of assessment’s results.
  11. Prepare periodical reports as requested by PARC and donor in consultation with the Project Manager.
  12. Participate in the representation of PARC in workshops, conferences or seminars commissioned by Programs Coordinator.
  13. Ensure relevant target groups are identified and informed of the planned events/sessions in advance.
  14. Resolve all challenges related to awareness interventions using community-based approach.
  15. Prepare activities reports on regular basis and share it with management for reviews and input.
  16. Support M&E activities in the field.
  17. Perform any other tasks related.


  1. Experience and ability to work with and engage a wide range of people:  children, youth, and adults;
  2. Strong research methodology knowledge and skills;
  3. Very Good and proven analytical skills;
  4. Strong communication and interpersonal skills;
  5. Proven and very strong reporting skills in English and Arabic;
  6. Ability to manage a complex and diverse workload and to work to tight deadlines;
  7. Ability to contribute to a small, proactive team, motivating staff and working collaboratively with colleagues and providing support and advice as necessary;
  8. Having proven trainer and workshop facilitation skills is mandatory.


  1. Relevant university degree; Bachelor degree in business administration, Project Management; international development, engineering or any related field, Master Degree is preferable.
  2. More than 3 years of relevant experience in research/assessment development and implementation specially in the humanitarian aid sector, preferably using DRR, and Risk Assessment methodologies.
  3. Proven research skills including technical writing in English.
  4. Prior experience/knowledge working with the Disaster Risk Reduction approach.
  5. Prior emergency response experience and/or experience of emergency preparedness work/plans.
  6. Experience with communications and advocacy work a plus.
  7. Good experiences in GIS applications are preferred.
  8. Strong knowledge of project management techniques and tools.
  9. Fluency in spoken and written English & Arabic.

How to Apply

Interested candidates may please send their resume with cover letter not later than 24 December, 2020 with the reference (CBDRM Assessment team leader – Gaza)

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Female candidates are highly encouraged to apply for any positions