IRC Cash Transfer Program Officer Jobs in Ethiopia
IRC Cash Transfer Program Officer Jobs in Ethiopia
Job purpose The Cash Transfer Programming Officer position is responsible for carrying out all aspects of program delivery with respect to multipurpose cash transfer in the project area. Multipurpose cash transfer response is designed to respond to conflict affected communities in Tigray region, Shire town and surrounding host communities. Multipurpose Cash transfer is to provide the much-needed cash for food and crucial basic needs for the affected households. The Cash Programing Officer is the primary field-level position in shire town for multipurpose cash transfer.
The Officer spends most of his/her time in the field/affected communities, identifying priority needs and target communities those affected by the conflict(mainly IDPs), conducting IDPs verification assessment, conducting market assessment in the areas of needy community, conducting post distribution monitoring, establishing relationships with community, local government and leaders, supervising field-level operations, such as the delivery of materials/inputs, registration of complaints, and payment to beneficiaries. He will technically report to ERD teams (ERD coordinator) in Addis and field coordinator in shire is the immediate supervisor of the position.
Key Job functions/responsibilities
Provide support to the implementation of operational elements of cash transfer programme activities in shire town, working closely with the field coordinator and team, and with the assistance of ERD coordinator based in Addis.
Leads the process of identifying beneficiary communities/targeting based on robust and participatory criteria, assist other CTP staffs, if any and implement cash transfer project at grass root level following IRC SOP for cash
Maintain master beneficiary’s list/ data base
Be responsible for establishing and supervising cash delivery mechanisms for IRC in designated project area.
S/he will be working closely with financial service delivery (FSP) and Mobile Network Operators.
Ensure that narratives and financial reporting is delivered in accordance with IRC as well as donor contractual requirements, and within the agreed timescale and budget.
Lead community-based targeting and verification of the beneficiary’s program participants
Maintains and adapts as required a Master database for all beneficiaries of the programs in project location
Prepare Purchase Requests for program supplies/activities and liaison with field SC and finance team to undertake field procurement as designated and authorized.
Maintains individual databases for individual transfer programs including Issues verification and payment lists
Maintains records of payments and follow-up for all beneficiary lists but also for individual beneficiaries
Develop cash distribution plan, supervise, and evaluate the on-spot cash distribution process
Set up and strengthen beneficiaries compliant feedback mechanisms with relevant internal partners
Provide cash transfer sensitization sessions for targeted households and other partners
Manage field level staff such as cash transfer assistant
Participate in zonal cash coordination and other humanitarian coordination platform at field level
Work with Safety and Security colleagues to develop and implement effective safety and security procedures for specific cash transfer programming activities, ensuring that these are updated and revised at regular intervals and that new programmes are built around security considerations
Work with and provide timely technical support to the IRC’s implementing partners; maintain respectful
and constructive relations with partner staff
Comply with IRC’s Global policies such as, Whistle blowing, Fraud, and Safety and other relevant policies
In information exchange with the field teams, s/he guides the team with regard to data collection and analysis.
Represents the IRC on Cash coordination meetings at different level like region, zone and woreda level
Identify and work very closely with Financial Service Providers (FSP).
Maintains adequate communication and coordination within team (protection and other team members) and with other Assistance departments (WASH, NFI, nutrition), as well as the Protection team when required, when planning data collection activities,
Chips into the set-up and conduct of needs assessments involving/focusing on data collection for cash transfer programs in project location
Updates his/her direct superior on data collection activities in relation to planned and ongoing cash activities of other humanitarian actors in Ethiopia
Ensure and put in place the vital compliant management and response mechanisms in collaboration with MEAL staff
Project Monitoring and Reporting
Assist in the collection of data, conduct of assessments (needs, market, risks and security) and provide input for concept note/ proposal development for cash transfer project in collaboration with the local community structures and community members
Supervise progress against grant work plan; promptly identifying any current or potential delays
Assist his/her supervisors to ensure all monitoring activities are fully documented, including detailed and timely data collection as required under the grant and for IRC M&E purposes.
Capacity Building and Coaching:
Aware the communities, government partners and local stakeholders to consider cash response as one modality at appropriate situation.
Capacitate the community facilitators, staffs under his/her supervisee, and others (if any) on cash Transfer Programming (CTP).
Support and mentor the FSP to meet the humanitarian principles during Cash Response program/facilitating the payment to the beneficiaries.
Other duties as assigned by the supervisor to enable and develop IRC programs
First degree in social science (economics, agriculture economics or postgraduate degree
Minimum 3 years for 1st degree and 2 years for post graduate Degree in Agri-economics, Economics, Marketing, Rural Development, Banking, Project Management or similar with meaningful experience of the position demand.
Proven abilities on cash-based program (specific abilities or skills required)
INGO experience is a plus
Works well in and promotes collaboration, comfortable in a multi-cultural environment, flexible and able to work under pressure well.
Good communication and interpersonal skills.
Fluency in English, Amharic required, and also other local languages preferred
How to Apply
For more information and job application details, see; IRC Cash Transfer Program Officer Jobs in Ethiopia
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