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DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF THE CONGO, 2008. A small child fills a collapsible jerry can with safe water at one of several outdoor taps in a Kibati camp for the displaced, near Goma, capital of North Kivu Province. © UNICEF/NYHQ2008-1310/Asselin
DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF THE CONGO, 2008. A small child fills a collapsible jerry can with safe water at one of several outdoor taps in a Kibati camp for the displaced, near Goma, capital of North Kivu Province. © UNICEF/NYHQ2008-1310/Asselin

Are you an expert in humanitarian assistance, development programmes and cash-based assistance projects in humanitarian or development contexts? Do you want to use your monitoring skills to make a lasting difference for children?

Alternative Responses for Communities in Crisis (ARCC) is a programme based on the use of different cash-based approaches with the primary objective of providing humanitarian assistance to emergency-affected populations. The programme’s secondary objective is to gather data and evidence on the effectiveness and appropriateness of these methods in different contexts and sectors. To accomplish this, each component has built rigorous monitoring systems harmonized across different operational partners to function as the core of the programme.

In order to manage the ARCC’s monitoring programme in general, and to look specifically at different multi-purpose cash transfers to emergency-affected families, UNICEF DRC is looking for qualified and motivated candidates to join the ARCC team and UNICEF DRC’s Emergency/Transition section. The Monitoring Officer will be responsible for monitoring all the work linked to the monitoring of the ARCC programme. This work will be focused in ARCC’s two main action areas: ARCC monitoring systems and the documentation of the results of this programme. The Monitoring Officer will also be responsible for internal and external reporting and the coordination documentation on the different experiences and lessons learned.

Duty station: Goma, Democratic Republic of the Congo with frequent travel in North Kivu and Orientale provinces

For full details on the position in English, click here and in French, click here.

Interested and qualified candidates should send their applications to kinshasahr(at)unicef.org by July 11, 2014. The applications should contain an updated UN Personal History Form (P-11), CV, copies of academic certificates, diplomas, degrees, etc.

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