Camp Coordination and Camp Management Coordinator in Sittwe
- Duty Station: Sittwe, Rakhine (Note: Temporary duty station will be in Dhaka, Bangladesh, until visa for Myanmar is obtained)
- Reporting to: Program Manager
- Direct Report: None
Reporting to the Program Manager and in direct coordination with the Area and CCCM Manager, the overall responsibility of the Rakhine CCCM Coordinator is to monitor and coordinate assistance and protection, setting up and supporting governance and community participation mechanisms, managing and disseminating information, providing multisector feedback mechanisms, and maintaining infrastructure. Primary focus is on camp sites where people are displaced.
The CCCM Technical Coordinator, reporting to the Rakhine Program Manager for DRC Myanmar, will be expected to work to:
- Provide strategic direction and technical support to CCCM initiatives
- Strengthen effective CCCM capacity of national staff
- Support advocacy initiatives undertaken at the field level
Improve the accountability of the humanitarian response at IDP hosting sites.
CCCM Coordinator will work mainly in Sittwe and Pauktaw camps. In response to the critical and constantly evolving humanitarian situation in Rakhine.
CCCM Technical Support
- Lead the development, update and roll out of DRC CCCM strategy in Rakhine State;
- Lead the harmonization of CCCM methodology, tools, processes, and outputs to CCCM teams
- Provide technical support and overall coordination in the design and implementation of CCCM programming through direct implementation as well as with local partners;
- Ensure integration with other DRC sectors such as Economic Recovery, Protection, Shelter and Humanitarian Disarmament & Peacebuilding (HDP);
- Represent DRC in the CCCM and Shelter clusters, the Strategic Advisory Group (SAG) as well as the relevant technical working groups and vis a vis the national and local authority as required.
- Contribute to CCCM related MEAL planning and implementation;
- Ensure needs in IDP sites targeted by the actions are inclusive of host community needs;
- Engage with grants all on CCCM related proposal developments and revisions.
Oversight of CCCM implementation
- Support the implementation of DRC CCCM and Shelter activities;
- Improve utilization of site monitoring data in informing humanitarian response at IDP hosting sites as well as utilization of the data for analysis and advocacy purposes;
- Contribute to implementation of beneficiary feedback mechanisms at IDP hosting sites;
- Oversee protection and Age, Gender and Diversity (AGD), Persons with Disabilities (PWD), mainstreaming in all DRC CCCM activities;
Advocacy and Resource Mobilization
- Identify core advocacy concerns for DRC CCCM programming and support field staff with advocacy;
- Engage the humanitarian community in mobilizing resources to target critical areas with services;
- Actively support field staff in holding humanitarian actors and other stakeholders accountable;
- Provide technical support and guidance to the field teams in assessments to support evidence-based advocacy.
- Support strengthening of Rakhine State level coordination of interventions at IDP hosting sites;
- Improve DRC integrated programming through building CCCM capacity within DRC teams;
- Support in the development and implementation of the capacity building plans to local partners;
- Ensure integration of protection considerations and gender-sensitive programming in CCCM and Shelter activities.
Grants, MEAL and IM
- Support setup of centralized CCCM reporting and information management systems;
- Support efforts to harmonize CCCM tools, processes, procedures, and information management;
- Support efforts to collect and aggregate accurate and up-to-date information on IDP hosting sites;
- Consolidate CCCM internal and donor reports in collaboration with CCCM staff;
- Support the CCCM team with generating and disseminating visual information products;
- Diversify the DRC CCCM portfolio through proposal development and donor engagement;
- Provide technical support during the proposal development in line with cluster guidelines;
- Lead on the development of CCCM specific grants in coordination with the Grant Management Unit and act as a focal point for specific project to monitor spending, progress and revisions required.
- At least six years INGO experience, including at least three years in management or coordination in insecure environments.
- Significant professional knowledge of CCCM strategies, policies, and modalities.
- Proven experience in strategic planning and organizational development.
- Proven experience in managing and supporting CCCM teams with technical guidance and training.
- Strong capacity in inter-agency coordination and networking.
- Strong analytical, organizational, and management and leadership skills.
- Demonstrated ability with project grants management, including project design, budget preparation, expenditure tracking, monitoring and evaluation, reporting, supervision and performance.
- Proven commitment to accountable practices and knowledgeable of quality assurance systems.
- Management skills in general.
- Good communicator and proven diplomacy with all types of stakeholders.
- Fluent and articulate in spoken and written English.
- Ability to work independently, but also coordinate effectively as part of a team.
- Ability to lead a multi-cultural team with a high level of respect for local culture.
- Strong computer skills (MS Word, Excel, Outlook and Power Point).
- Ability and willingness to work and live in diverse, challenging and potentially unstable environments.
- Previous experience in working in a consortium.
- Strong protection and shelter background is an asset.
- Proficiency in spoken and written English
- Master’s degree in any relevant field.
In this position, you are expected to demonstrate DRC’ five core competencies:
- Striving for excellence: You focus on reaching results while ensuring an efficient process.
- Collaborating: You involve relevant parties and encourage feedback.
- Taking the lead: You take ownership and initiative while aiming for innovation.
- Communicating: You listen and speak effectively and honestly.
- Demonstrating integrity: Upholding and promoting the highest standards of ethical and professional conduct in relation to DRC’s values and Code of Conduct, including safeguarding against sexual exploitation, abuse and harassment.
Contract: DRC staff contract, including a probation period of 3 months. Renewables depend on both funding and performance. This position opens for Expatriates. Salary and conditions will be in accordance with DRC’s Terms of Employment. The position is placed in Employment Band (G-2, Non – Manager).
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