The Community Resource Center Administrator will manage and oversee the CRCs work, liaise with NGOs, governmental actors and partners at the local level. He/she will also ensure the operationalization of the CRC and participate in the existing Clusters’ coordination forums at the governorate level. The CRC Administrator will support the Project Manager on mobilizing the other stakeholders in responding to the demonstrated needs in the catchment area of the CRC and will support in the development of the response plan for the catchment area.
A – Administration
- Assist the Project Manager and Referral Focal Point in developing a collaborative response plan for humanitarian and recovery/stabilization intervention on the short, medium and long-term
- Contribute to the assessment of needs of the community at large
- Participate in existing Cluster Coordination forums and support multi-sectoral coordination among humanitarian and recovery/stabilization actors and liaison with the government
- Identify locations for priority interventions in conduction with the local authorities and community leaders
- Assist with ACTED’s information assessments and service mapping activities
- Support Information Management Officer and Mobile Team Members to implement Communication with Communities component
- Assist the Project Manager in developing a strong exit strategy in order to ensure continuity of service provision
- Facilitate team’s ability to use existing and emerging technology to achieve the project goals alongside the Project Manager, oversee the development of new information systems.
B - General tasks
- Providing timely and accurate reports on project activities to the Project Manager
- Keeping detailed, organized records of project information.
- Undertaking any other tasks, within the framework of his/her position, as requested by his/her supervisor.
- The Administrator position is office based, and will also require field visits as an essential part of understanding the work in the field.
C – Technical Skills
- Languages: Written and spoken English and Arabic (essential)
- Understanding of statistical analysis (essential).
- Data Analysis on Microsoft Excel (essential).
- Google Sheets (essential).
D – Success Factors
- Creativity and the ability to work with limited resources.
- Sense of humour.
- Critical thinking skills.
- Excellent interpersonal skills, including patience, diplomacy, willingness to listen and respect for Capability to create strong partnerships among all program stakeholders.
- Attention to detail when working with information and describing the complaints and referral mechanism.
- Ability to learn new skills and new technologies.
- Extremely flexible, and have the ability to cope with stressful situations and frustrations.
- Ability to prioritize multiple tasks and meet deadlines required.
- Technological Awareness: Keeps abreast of available technology; understands applicability and limitation of technology to the work of the office; actively seeks to apply technology to appropriate tasks; shows willingness to learn new technology.
- Working in close partnership with other officers, mobilizers and community volunteers in a respectful and effective manner.
Interested candidates can apply via the following link:
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
Incomplete applications will not be considered.
Female Candidates are encouraged to apply