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(04) People Movements Monitors

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RECRUITMENT NOTICE OF: (04) People Movements Monitors Buea, Kumba and Bamenda

Contract duration: CDD

Identification 1

Job Title:

People Movements Monitor

Missions and Responsibilities:

  • Ensure the collection, analysis, documentation of population movements in his/her area of competence,
  • In coordination with the protection monitors, identify Focal points within the community and liaise with them to collect information on population movements in the area of intervention;
  • Conduct activity as Key Informant Interviews, home visits, FDG, observation missions to collect analyze and triangulate information on population movement
  • Train Focal Points, local authorities and community structure on population movements to ensure an alert system between Focal Points and the protection monitors;
  • Ensure data collection and reporting on population movement using the appropriate provided tools;
  • Register displaced population and produce Maps of displacement zones;
  • Ensure estimation of displaced populations in his/her area of intervention and carry out needs assessments in the area of displacement identified;
  • Keep track of population movement elaborate and share in a timely manner flash monitoring report with the Field Coordinator;
  • Carry out all tasks respecting key protection principles, including but not limited to : do no harm, non-discrimination, confidentiality, accountability and need-to-know principles
  • Ensure good collaboration with protection monitors and social workers to improve the response in the areas of intervention;
  • Document movement cases and facilitate IDPs access to assistance in close cooperation with the competent authorities;
  • Maintain good relations with local, administrative, customary and community leaders in his/her area;
  • Ensure, under the supervision of the Field Coordinator and in collaboration with social workers and protection monitors, community awareness on human rights, risks related to displacement and service provided in the area of intervention
  • Follow the Guiding principles [Respect, confidentiality, non-discrimination, security], and treat survivors with respect and compassion by keeping confidentiality;
  • Ensure proper and safe filing and archiving of files to maintain data confidentiality;
  • Participate actively in the weekly meetings planned by the field Coordinator and the management of the project;
  • Be flexible and ready to accept any other tasks asked by INTERSOS related to the achievement of project's objectives.

Competences

Bachelor's degree in statistical data analysis or related field e.g. statistics, Geographical Information System, database management, data-based social sciences, rural development or equivalent

Experience working in International protection related organization or project, Certification Humanitarian International Rights would be an asset

1 year of relevant work experience in the field

1 year of experience in an NGO previous experience with INGO would be an asset

Strong computer literacy, notably in and data management in Excel. Good capacity to work with maps and graphics

Respect and non-discriminatory attitude, empathy,

interpersonal and communication skills

Writing and reporting skills

Capacity to work under pressure

Knowledge of English and Pidgin English

Send your CV and Cover letter to recrutement.cameroun@intersos.org and indicate the object the position for which you apply : “People Movements Monitor”

OR

If it is not possible to send the CV and Cover letter via e-mail ( in PDF format) as explained above, CVs could be delivered at INTERSOS Yaounde (Route Rond-point Bastos) ou Maroua (Quartier Pitoare, in front of the hotel) Kousseri, Mora, Mokolo, Buea and Bamenda. The details of the job offer can be collected at the different INTERSOS premises mentioned above

Please apply no later than 13 April 2019 at 5 PM


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