Danish Refugee CouncilClosing Date : 2019-05-20
Duty Station : Dhaka, Bangladesh
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Organization: Danish Refugee Council
Country: Bangladesh
Closing date: 20 May 2019

The Danish Refugee Council (DRC) is a leading international, non-profit, non-governmental organization with Headquarters in Denmark, providing relief, protection and resettlement services to refugees and displaced persons worldwide. The Danish Refugee Council (DRC), one of the world s leading NGOs, with a focus on responding to displacement, has been registered in Bangladesh since 2013. In 2017, in response to the Rohingya influx, DRC launched an integrated program of support to the government in site management, shelter/NFI and protection. As a key part of this, DRC opened a main office in Cox s Bazar, and a support/liaison office in Dhaka, to carry out its operations.


Overall purpose of the role:

DRC Bangladesh is looking for an experienced technical specialist who will provide targeted and high-quality guidance, support and advice regarding our relatively new cash/voucher-based projectand to seek out livelihoods opportunities in the Kutapalong refugee megacamp camp and nearby host communities. Core priorities required to fulfil this role is an expectation that the specialist will be able to hit the ground running able to adapt their experience to complex, contexts both inside and outside the camps during a critical period of economic recovery programme development and implementation for DRC in Bangladesh. A stakeholder analysis would also be essential to learn the activities of other organisations, learning from their experiences and seeking potential partnerships. Someone able to conduct basic market assessments (EMMA) and assist in the development of concept notes/proposals to secure funding will be highly considered.


1.Technical Support

Provide flexible and high quality remote and in-person technical guidance and support on cash-based and livelihoods support programming to Project Managers (PMs) and other relevant programme and operations staff Ensure that programme strategy and design is evolved in line with context and needs, and integrated with other DRC sectors/areas of interventionProvide technical oversight of programme activities; and support start up or development of new programming as requiredLead development, harmonization, rolling out of and training in core programme tools, guidance and standard operating procedures (SOPs) as required especially with relation to the cash and voucher programming Assure compliance with DRC standards and procedures, and alignment with global strategy, including through regular coordination with colleagues in support services at Area Office and Country Office levelComplete regular field visits to deliver technical oversight, identify needs, provide support, trouble shoot, strengthen capacity, and ensure quality programmingWork with the team to conduct a Market Assessment in host and camp communities

2. Technical Line Management & Capacity Strengthening

Identify technical and/or programmatic gaps and provide training, mentoring and capacity building as required, and specifically for technical line reports

3. Programme Development, Coordination, and Oversight

Lead design, finalization, and oversight and coordination of relevant proposals and projects, in coordination with Area Managers and PMsLead on developing and coordinating assessments, data collection and analysis including inter-sectoral assessments to inform evidence-based response analysis and programme designDevelop relevant concepts/proposals and reports and support to sector-specific donor communicationsCoordinate and ensure delivery of risk assessments and mitigation measures related to Economic Recovery programming

1.Quality Assurance

Work with the MEAL team to develop harmonised tools and databases to monitor and track efficiency and quality of programming and improve information management between sector focal points Work closely with MEAL in potential core indicators and recommended evaluation methodologies for this sector


Raise any issues of non-compliance and assure compliance with relevant DRC standards and proceduresProvide regular updates to Head of Programmes and Senior Management Team (SMT)Any other duties as agreed with Head of Programmes


Experience and technical competencies:(include years of experience)

Professional technical experience evidencing and demonstrating ability to deliver against the above-mentioned responsibilities:Minimum 3 years international humanitarian field experience, with specific focus on livelihoods and cash programmingExperience in rapidly changing humanitarian contexts, and of working with forcibly displaced people and host communitiesPragmatic practitioner knowledge of and experience with relevant livelihoods support and cash & markets-based programming technical tools and guidanceSubstantive knowledge of relevant livelihoods approaches including for refugees in urban and peri-urban contexts, and according to the graduation model and in support of self-relianceExperience delivering targeted and high-quality technical training and capacity building, including in settings with remote technical managementStrong proposal development and report-writing skillsAnalytical thinker with realistic expectations of potential in a complex political settingExcellent organisational skills, ability to determine priorities and attention to detailExcellent interpersonal and coordination skills, including working with different groups, partners and nationalitiesStrong experience in development of data-monitoring systems, for example Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Access, and kobo, an advantage Previous technical advisory and implementation experience in complex contexts with complex operational constraints.

Education: (include certificates, licenses etc.)

Master s in social sciences, Economics, Development Studies or other relevant field

Languages:(indicate fluency level)

Fluent in English

All employees 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:You act in line with DRC s vision and values.


Status:National, Non-Managerial Contract length:Full time, 2 months Beginning/start date:10thJune 2019 Location: based in Cox s Bazar, BangladeshSalary and benefits: G Band

Salary and conditions will be in accordance with Danish Refugee Councils Terms of Employment for National Staff in Bangladesh. DRC will provide training and professional development opportunities for the selected candidate.

How to apply:

All applicants must upload a Cover Letterand an updated CV,

Mentioning 3 referencesdetails with CV, where one must be supervisor from present or past employment(If Experienced) & another person can be your colleague, professor or respected person in the society.The cover letter with CV must not be longer than four pages & must be in English.

Applications must be submitted through the page by clicking apply. Applications submitted by email or hard copy will not be considered. Due to the urgency of the position, DRC will review applications and candidates may be invited to test/interview.

Closing date for applications: 20thMay 2019


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