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1- Livelihoods Technical Officer - NRC

Rights Respected, People Protected

The Norwegian Refugee Council is an independent humanitarian organisation helping people forced to flee. We work in crises in 31 countries, where we help save lives, rebuild futures and promote the rights of people who are displaced. We deliver high-quality aid where needs are greatest, in both new and protracted crises.

NRC in Palestine

In Palestine, NRC provides humanitarian assistance and promotes respect for international law in one of the longest-running displacement crises in modern history. In the West Bank, including East Jerusalem, and Gaza, NRC’s work includes emergency preparedness and response, education, ICLA, protection, shelter and WASH.

The Livelihoods Technical Officer is a member of the Urban Displaced Out-of-Camps (UDOC) team under the leadership of the UDOC Programme Coordinator (UDOC PC) in Gaza. The Livelihoods TO supports the development of NRC’s livelihoods ambitions in Gaza, more specifically, leading on livelihood-related assessments in coordination with the UDOC, Education, Protection, Shelter and Cash teams. The TO will also closely track changes in the livelihood’s context; support the translation of analyses into action, and contribute to new livelihoods programme design in Gaza. The TO will engage with all Livelihoods and Food Security (LFS) related projects, including those under new Education programming and the Gaza Protection Consortium (GPC).

Specific responsibilities

  1. Contribute and support the consideration and inclusion of cash-based interventions and market-based approaches within (and across) NRC core competency responses, where appropriate.
  2. Responsible for compiling project documentation – collection, verification, filing – of technical activities of Livelihood assessments and related projects.
  3. Recommend livelihoods program priorities and explore, evaluate, and present new opportunities that leverage or complement existing activities
  4. Support/Oversee relevant assessments and mapping exercises to collect data that informs program development
  5. Design, supervise and conduct needs, market assessments, and price monitoring when required including analyzing and reporting the findings.
  6. Support training of NRC staff on cash and markets, and livelihoods programming
  7. Work closely with the Education teams on future youth skills programming, informing project design and implementation based on gathered evidence.
  8. Contribute to the identification of new activities, areas of intervention, and partnerships.
  9. Provide technical input to donor proposals, including contributing to their writing.
  10. Prepare projects progress reports and contribute to donor reports
  11. Establish strong working relationship with targeted communities, including local leaders and identification of local focal points.
  12. Participate in internal and external livelihood, and cash focused coordination meetings, representing NRC at area level based as delegated by line manger
  13. Promote and share ideas for technical improvement in design, delivery or monitoring of market based and livelihood-related projects.
  14. Undertake any other reasonable task assigned by management.

Our Ideal Candidate must have:

  1. At least 5 years of previous experience working as a Project Officer/Coordinator in a humanitarian/recovery context.
  2. At least 2-year experience implementation of livelihood and food security programmes.
  3. Preferred experience in market-based programming including cash and voucher assistance such as cash for work, small business grants and multipurpose cash assistance
  4. Preferred experience in running or working in small business establishing and development in various sectors such as agriculture, IT, services, industrial, food, maintenance etc.
  5. Demonstrated experience with conducting technical and vulnerability assessments, including design and coordination of market assessments.
  6. Experience conducting focus groups, questionnaires, and surveys.
  7. Experience working in coordination and liaising with internal and external actors.
  8. Ability to multi-task and work with short deadlines
  9. Ability to work independently and proactively with limited daily support and supervision
  10. Experience working on the topic of labour, specifically for conflict-affected; displaced persons; refugees and/or other vulnerable groups in Gaza.
  11. Knowledge of the Gaza and broader Palestine human and economic development context.
  12. Fluency in English and Arabic, both written and verbal
In this position, you will join a highly motivated and experienced team making a difference for vulnerable people in one of the world's most complex humanitarian crisis.

Additional Information:

  • Contract duration: 12 months
  • Working hours: 40 hours/week, Sun-Thu (5 days per week)
  • Salary/benefits: According to NRC’s salary scale and terms and conditions
  • Duty station: Gaza (open to Gaza residents only)
  • Start Date: ASAP

How to Apply

Interested and qualified candidates can apply online through

2- Monitoring and Evaluation Coordinator - NRC

Monitoring and Evaluation Coordinator - Jerusalem or Gaza

Job Description

All NRC employees are expected to work in accordance with the organization's core values: dedication, innovation, inclusivity and accountability. These attitudes and beliefs shall guide our actions and relationships.

Role and responsibilities

  1. The role of the M&E Coordinator is to establish and implement systems to promote evidence-based decision-making, programme and project performance, and internal management. 
  2. The M&E Coordinator will contribute to quality programming through supporting access to and use of relevant and timely information on programme scale, relevance, and effectiveness. 
  3. Within this context, the M&E Project Coordinator will provide technical support to in-country staff pertaining to M&E and build capacity in the country mission by identifying and supporting the implementation of effective, cost efficient and meaningful M&E systems.

Generic responsibilities

  1. Adherence to NRC policies, guidance and procedures
  2. Support and contribute to the development and implementation of M&E Strategy, systems, including M&E SOPs, guidance and tools
  3. Participate in programme design and proposal discussions, including theory of change development, log frame design and budgeting for M&E
  4. Support programme staff in planning for and executing M&E, including, data collection methodology and tools and data management, analysis and use
  5. Support the implementation, dissemination and use of evaluations, assessments and monitoring data in programme development, adjustment or review
  6. Contribute to organisational learning through supporting specific analysis, lessons learned and reports
  7. Capacity building and training of programme and M&E support staff on M&E technical and conceptual areas
  8. Supervise and mentor M&E support staff in executing M&E plans
  9. Contribute to the design of M&E staffing structure and resourcing, including collaboration with programme staff to identify and plan for M&E needs

Specific Responsibilities

  1. Support the consideration, inclusion, collection and analysis of indicators related to cash-based interventions and market based approaches within (and across) NRC, where appropriate.
  2. Contribute to the identification of opportunities to implement cash-based interventions and market based programmes.
  3. Ensure the roll-out and use of global and regional M&E developments at CO level, including NRC’s Global Output and Outcome Reporting System (GORS)
  4. Ensure key learnings are institutionalized in the CO through systems for analyzing  and using M&E data;
  5. Ensure planning and quality control of all monitoring and evaluation activities throughout the PCM cycle through indicator tracking sheets and  data verification
  6. Support the HoP in planning and implementing evaluations at country level
  7. Supervision of an effective and relevant Complaint and Feedback Mechanism (CFM) which uses feedback to inform/improve implementation

Critical interfaces

By interfaces, NRC means processes and projects that are interlinked with other departments/units or persons. Relevant interfaces for this position are:

  • Program Development Managers, Core Competencies Specialists, Project Coordinators/Managers
  • Area Manager
  • Grant and Partnerships Manager and Officer
  • Regional M&E Advisor
  • Head of Programme

Professional Competencies:

These are skills, knowledge and experience that are important for effective performance.

Generic professional competencies for this position:

  1. At least 3 years’ experience in an international NGO preferably in an emergency or post-conflict setting, including M&E capacity and systems development
  2. Thorough experience with and knowledge of principles and current approaches to monitoring and evaluation in relief and development programs, using both quantitative and qualitative methods
  3. Understanding of data and information needs for program management and decision making
  4. Experience in facilitating the capacity building efforts of diverse colleagues, including local partner agencies
  5. Demonstrated ability to transfer knowledge to diverse audiences through training, mentoring and other formal and non-formal methods
  6. High level English language proficiency (speaking, reading, writing)
  7. Analytic and computer skills, including MS Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Access)
  8. Experience using SPSS, STATA, Epi Info, or R

Context related skills, knowledge and experience (shall be adapted to the specific position):

  1. Good communication and interpersonal skills
  2. Strong organisational and team working skills
  3. Good cultural awareness and sensitivity
  4. Highly approachable, trustworthy and confidential
  5. Advanced English Language level (Business English is a plus)
  6. Knowledge of the NGO operations and the dynamics of the humanitarian sector is a plus
  7. Good level of proficiency in Windows Excel and quantitative analysis (SPSS preferred)
  8. Excellent communication skills in English
  9. Proven presentation, training and facilitation skills

Behavioral competencies

These are personal qualities that influence how successful people are in their job. NRC’s Competency Framework states 12 behavioural competencies and the following are essential for this position:

  1. Strategic thinking
  2. Planning and delivering results
  3. Working with people
  4. Communicating with impact and respect
  5. Analysing
  6. Handling insecure environments
  7. Performance Management: 

The employee will be accountable for the responsibilities and the competencies, in accordance with the NRC Performance Management Manual. The following documents will be used for performance reviews:

  • The Job Description
  • The individual Work- and Professional Development Plan
  • The Competency Framework

Additional information:

  • Working hours: 40 hours a week 
  • Salary and Benefits: according to NRC's salary scale and terms and conditions
  • Duty station: Jerusalem or Gaza
  • Duration and type of contract: in accordance with applicable Labor law
NRC is an equal opportunities employer and aims to have staffing diversity in terms of age, gender, ethnicity, nationality and physical ability

How to Apply:

Interested and qualified candidates can apply online through Apply Now