Humanitarian Response Roster - Needs Assessment & Grants Coordinator
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The Needs Assessment and Grants Coordinator will report to the Humanitarian Response Team Leader or Country Director for the coordination of humanitarian needs assessments and grants coordination during a humanitarian response deployment.
Medical Teams International maintains a humanitarian response roster in order to facilitate the rapid response of humanitarian professionals and volunteers to emergencies around the world. Medical Teams International’s humanitarian response activities are designed to provide rapid and coordinated humanitarian response to the most vulnerable populations during and after a humanitarian emergency. Collaborating with local government agencies and other humanitarian actors, we evaluate the emergency’s impact and coordinate with our humanitarian response roster of trained and experienced humanitarian response personnel to respond within 48 hours. Through partnerships with local health organizations, we provide emergency medical care, transitional health, and community programming for impacted communities, from humanitarian response to development, saving lives and improving quality of care. MTI’s humanitarian response interventions include health, nutrition, and WASH.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Design and lead the conduct of data-gathering through surveys, focus groups and other means that provide the basis for humanitarian response and program design.
Identify and explore new technologies for data collection, data analyzing, evaluations and project impact assessment.
Specifically assess the primary, secondary, and tertiary health care needs, as well as capacities within existing healthcare structures, and identify potential partnership opportunities.
Assess the availability of pharmaceuticals, medical technology, and medical supplies.
With support, identify and assess potential funding mechanisms.
Responsible for the production and review of concept papers, proposals and reports for all new and ongoing projects.
Monitor, analyze and develop situation reports on the humanitarian situation in country for a variety of key audiences (e.g. partner organizations, Clusters, government officials and donors).
Partner with other humanitarian agencies to gather and share data, plan and evaluate humanitarian programs for gap analysis and to ensure the latest findings, lessons learned, sociopolitical factors, and cultural and gender norms are incorporated.
In coordination with program personnel, gather project information for the preparation of reports.
Develop systems and standards for regular program monitoring and reporting to ensure timely and effective implementation as measured against objectives and indicators.
Ensure regular inputs for the grants management process and compliance with MTI and donor regulations by reviewing all technical reports prepared by technical field staff and program technical advisors.
Build and maintain relationships with UN agencies, NGOs, governmental officials, local authorities and the media to ensure the effective exchange and dissemination of current information.
Support organizational and programmatic learning across the country program.
See opportunities for joint needs assessments, including MIRA and inter-agency MSNAs.
With support, assess the security situation and environmental factors affecting humanitarian access and program implementation.
Build the capacity of program personnel’s reporting and technical writing skills.
Commitment to the values and principles of MTI.
Relevant post-graduate degree.
At least five years relevant humanitarian and preferably health programing experience.
At least three years of M&E technical expertise, including indicator development, study design, data analysis, and experience using various M&E methodologies for humanitarian programs.
Experience working on DFID, OFDA, UNHCR, and UNICEF funded projects.
High-level communication and people skills. Excellent writing skills, articulate, good networker, able to negotiate between different stakeholders, and to represent MTI at high level forums.
Demonstrable field knowledge and experience in monitoring and evaluation of programs including designing and implementing surveys.
Experience in building staff capacity especially in data collection and report writing.
Ability to design, roll out and maintain monitoring & evaluation tools and frameworks.
GIS skills highly regarded.
Proven ability to work in insecure or hardship environments.
Experience managing, mentoring, and developing capacity of national personnel.
Demonstrated ability to work well as a part of a multi-cultural and multi-disciplinary team.
For more information please visit: ww.medicalteams.org/take-action/volunteer/disaster-response-volunteering
We'll work with your schedule.
This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.
- Disaster Response
- Grant Writing / Research
- Background Check
- Must be at least 18
- Orientation or Training
- 24-28 hour deployment; 2-5 week duration
- Additional screening and training required.