DEPARTMENT: Program (CCCM)
BASE: Tel Afar
The Mobile Camp Coordination Camp Management (CCCM) Officer will support the CCCM Mobile Team Leader (TL) in the identification of informal sites, risk and safety audits of informal sites, providing capacity building training to local municipality staff, and providing outreach and awareness sessions to the informal site population. The MCCCM Officer will support the TL and PM in all stages of the project cycle, specifically planning, implementation, and monitoring of activities under the CCCM project. Responsible for record keeping of activities, including site reports, activity reports and other means of verification and sharing these reports in a timely manner with the PM. Regular site visits for day-to-day monitoring of informal sites dynamics and conditions, as well as monitoring the quality of work. Ensuring work plans and project targets are achieved according to set timelines standards. In addition, the MCCCM Officer will support coordination mechanisms and work closely with other humanitarian actors, government, authorities and beneficiaries. Provide mentorship and capacity building to various actors as needed. Ensure engagement with and involvement of camp communities. Other activities as specified below.
A – Duties & Responsibilities of the position
- Participate to the sites identification process through site visits and monitoring.
- Conduct site risk assessments and safety audits to ensure the safety of the site population, ensuring staff are fully aware and equipped to conduct their work safely.
- Assist in monitoring multi-sector needs and service provision and the overall condition of a site including shelter, WASH, environment and cross-cutting services such as protection, health, psychosocial support, and education, among others, in all sectors of the site according to agreed upon guidelines, standards and indicators.
- Timely reporting any gaps and/or duplication in service delivery and communities needs emerged during daily activities
- Train and equip site communities to be self-autonomous in safely maintaining the site environment according to the site risk management plan and through a vulnerability lens that always consider accessibility to infrastructure and inclusion of people with specific needs
- Ensure that site communities are informed, engaged and participate in daily site activities by supporting site residents to be involved in their own self-management, establishing and/or supporting site committees, Special emphasis is to be put on ensuring that special groups and vulnerable individuals, such as elderly, youth, and women, have opportunities to have their voices heard and be engaged in daily site activities.
- Managing of complaints and feedback mechanisms in the site, including collection and review of complaints forms, referral to responsible agencies , ensuring to compliance to CFM procedures during daily activities
- Ensure that the site communities are informed of the assistance and services available in the site and how to access them through the development of service mapping and 4Ws.
- Facilitate the delivery of information, outreach campaigns and awareness-raising on key humanitarian subjects relevant to site communities. Information provided should follow a community with communications (CwC) methodology.
- Overseeing and support mobilization activities conducted by community members/representatives and supporting community mobilisation of partner agencies, as needed
- Liaise and interact with local government authorities, community leaders, site communities and host communities to ensure and maintain social cohesion and promote a Do No Harm approach.
- Assist in supporting and monitoring an effective, transparent, representative and inclusive site governance system including coordination of site service provision and other defined activities. Ensure the mobilization and participation of the informal site populations in the informal site governance system with emphasis on meaningful inclusion of women, children, elderly and persons with specific needs into decision-making processes
- Identify community focal points and/or establish representation committees for community ownership towards self-governance purposes.
- Assist in supporting and monitoring an effective coordination system between site governance bodies and local municipalities through the organisation of regular coordination forums.
- Support the development of effective referral mechanisms in close collaboration with relevant stakeholders, including the CRC of Tel Afar.
- Provide capacity building trainings to site community leaders, local authorities staff, site residents, host communities and other actors if needed on topics such as coordination, CCCM roles and responsibilities, etc.
- Perform any additional task as requested by the line Manager
B – Protection mainstreaming
- Considering gender, protection, and GBV concerns in all aspects of activities
- Promoting and adhering to Prevention of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse policy and guidelines (for site residents, ACTED staff, partner agencies, casual labours)
- Supporting and promoting participation of women, youth, people with specific needs and marginalised groups in camp governance mechanisms and CCCM Activities
- Referring to ACTED social worker or protection partners identified vulnerable cases within the site
- Coordinating assistance to vulnerable individuals at camp events with protection partners and other humanitarian agencies (like distribution, registration, etc)
C – General Responsibilities
- Keeping detailed, organized records of project information and documentation.
- Submit weekly and monthly work plans along with detailed activity reports to the Team Leader and Project Manager.
- Maintain constant contact with team members, direct and indirect beneficiaries (receive their requests, provide available information, etc.).
- Respect the total confidentiality of information collected and circulated.
- Adhere to the ACTED Code of Conduct and security management system.
- Commit to participate in any other task in order to achieve the overall project objective.
- The Mobile CCCM Officer position is based in Tel Afar but daily presence in the selected sites will be required. The Mobile CCCM Officer should visit the selected sites whenever needed and/or requested by their line manager and according to standing operating guidelines
D – Essential Skills & Knowledge Required
- Languages: Written and spoken English and Arabic (essential).
- Ability to engage with community members, partners, government and other stakeholders in a respectful manner (essential).
- Familiarity with the local area and surrounding communities.
- Experience with participatory fieldwork, methodologies, monitoring and reporting.
- Knowledge of humanitarian principles and code of conduct;
- Patience, good personal organization, good communication and ability to work in teams.
- Efficient and responsible, with good personal accountability.
- Initiative, flexibility, team spirit, willingness to learn, and a positive attitude.
- Ability to work under time pressure, independently and with limited supervision.
- Computer literate (IT) and good level of numeracy.
Interested candidates can apply via the following link:
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
Only CVs in PDF format will be accepted.
Incomplete applications will not be considered.