Title –Information Management Officer
Danish Refugee Council (DRC) is an international non-governmental organization which provides assistance and promotes durable solutions for refugees and internally displaced people, on the basis of humanitarian principles and human rights.
Danish Refugee Council is a humanitarian actor in Tanzania. Since 2015, as part of the Burundian Refugee Response in Tanzania, DRC works in the sectors of camp management, community based protection, livelihoods, protections, WASH, General Food Distributions and shelter/ small infrastructure in Nduta & Mtendeli camps. And starting from January, 2020, DRC will be implementing Camp management, Community based protection and Livelihoods projects in Nyaragusu refugee camp.
Name of the Position: – Information Management Officer
Reports to: – Camp Management Team Leaders
Supervise: – Incentive Workers
Duty Station: – Nduta, Mtendeli & Nyaragusu Refugee Camps
An Information Management Officer under the management and supervision of Team Leaders in close collaboration with the M&E Officer will lead the data collection and database management for data and information gathered from DRC’s CCCM program in Mtendeli, Nduta and Nyaragusu refugee camps.
Tasks and responsibilities of the position
- Ensure daily, weekly and monthly data collection regarding the activities implemented:
- Needs assessments for new or follow-on programming
- Distribution reports
- Baseline assessments
- Regular program monitoring
- Mid-term evaluations
- Final evaluations
- Household surveys (sample and comprehensive
- Focus group discussions
- Case studies
- Key informant interviews
- Enter data provided into the appropriate software
- In collaboration with the M&E Officer help creating new templates for data collection or improving existing ones when needed.
- Provide technical support in database design to the team
- Provide data for DRC’s monthly reports and various donor reports.
- Analyze data for trends and share them with DRC program managers, DRC M&E supervisor and DRC Grants and Reporting Officer.
- Make recommendations based on research findings, in collaboration with program staff.
- Help assessing whether programs are reaching their targets and inform appropriate program staff when targets are not being met
- Any other duties as requested by Manager
- Any other duties to support camp management activities assigned by Manager
- Bachelor Degree in computer Science or relevant field;
- 2-3-year relevant work experience;
- Previous experience working with DRC Tanzania preferably in camp management.
- Excellent interpersonal and problem-solving skills, creativity and flexibility;
- Flexibility in working hours when needed;
- Computer literacy (Microsoft Word and Excel);
- Comfortable in a multi-cultural environment, flexible and able to handle pressure well ability to engage with community members in an open manner, maintain confidentiality and respect;
- Ability to communicate and write reports in English;
- Language ability in Kiha, Kirundi and French considered and advantage.
Terms of Employment:
Salary and conditions in accordance with DRC’s Terms of Employment for National Staff in Tanzania and based on UNHCR Tanzania’s salary scale for IP National Staff.
Interested candidates should submit their application including cover letter and updated CV Online. No hardcopy application will be accepted
Deadline for applications is 20th of December, 2019
We encourage all qualified candidates to apply irrespective of origin, gender or age.
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