URCS opens position of Planning, Monitoring, Evaluation and Reporting OfficerНадія Михайленко
Ukrainian Red Cross Society (URCS) opens position of Planning, Monitoring, Evaluation and Reporting (PMER) Officer
PMER Officer’s position is in the IFRC Country Office in Ukraine, Europe Regional Office, based in Kyiv, Ukraine. IFRC Office in Ukraine supports Ukrainian Red Cross Society (URCS) in mobilizing international resources for programmes and emergency operations, assisting with technical capacities, supporting the NS in building, and strengthening institutional and technical capacities. IFRC Head of Country Office acts, in accordance with the Legal Status Agreement with the government of Ukraine, as a Representative to the public authorities.
Accountability and Reporting on the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) Appeals and operations are the overall responsibility of the Head of Country Office. The PMER officer contributes towards the compilation of narrative standard and pledge-based reports on a timely basis to meet donor requirements and assists with the development of PMER processes for the IFRC supported operations in Ukraine. PMER Officer is responsible for planning process within the IFRC Country Office and coordinates development of the Operational Plan, emergency plan of actions together with IFRC Programme/Project Managers and Ukrainian Red Cross Society (URCS) PMER and Project Counterpart(s). PMER Officer will support the URCS in organisingevaluations representing the IFRC Country Office in the process. In addition, the PMER Officer assists with ensuring effective implementation and efficiency of a PMER system tailored to the needs and available capacities of IFRC/URCS in consultation with the URCS counterparts. The PMER Officer assists in improving the capacity of the program staff of URCS on PMER and will report to the Head of Country Office. The PMER Officer is expected to assist HoCO in monitoring implementation of IFRC funded projects as per agreed KPIs.
- An Advanced University Degree or equivalent
- 3-5 years field experience with a humanitarian or development organisation(s) working in developing country setting;
- Minimum of 3 years of relevant work experience with an International Humanitarian Organisation in Planning, Reporting, Evaluation, Reporting and Programme design, monitoring, participatory needs assessment and data collection/analysis;
- 3 to 5 years project management experience;
- Eexperience in supporting and/or leading evaluations and using recommendations for developing effective accountability and transparency systems
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Job duties and responsibilities
Ukrainian Red Cross Society (URCS) PMER Development
This is a full-time position and will work primarily (9.00 AM – 6.00 PM).
Please send your resume with the position to the following address: email@example.com, by October 30
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