Roles & Responsibilities:
Collate regional and provincial level data, analyse identify and address IM gaps, and facilitate information sharing between different Child Protection Partners in Center Highlands Region, through updating 5W maps
Coordinate interagency information management activities at the all level and facilitate the creation of interagency relationships and opportunities for cooperation at the Central Highlands Region (Bamyan, Ghor, and Daykundi).
Identify new information and data requirements to support operations and partners in the region, and support Children in Crisis in gathering and sharing this information and data.
Provide emergency response information management support to Child Protection in Emergency Sub Cluster and Children in Crisis within the CH region.
Provide Information Management services to support monitoring activities within CP Sector in all emergencies for CIC and CPiE sub cluster at CH Region; in areas of information flows, dissemination, processing, analysis, standard setting and dissemination.
Leverage Geographic Information Systems (GIS) for map production and geographic data management while promoting data standards and harmonized management of geographic data/information.
Organize monthly coordination meeting at Central Highland Region, and share the minutes of the meeting with Children in Crisis AHF project Manager and subsequently to CPiE.
Regularly collect and update the CPiE information management system through collecting and collating information from different CPiE partners across CH Region.
Develop Standardized Database and Data Management and storing system considering the General Data Protection Regulation.
Street Child sees a world where all children are safe, in school and learning. We specialise in supporting children and communities in low-resource environments and emergencies: recognising that the complex, compounded challenges that affect them require innovative, integrated interventions. Our interventions are informed by robust, rigorous evidence and results-oriented, optimised to create maximum impact for children at minimum cost. Since 2008, we have assisted over 250 000 children across 14 fragile, conflict and crisis affected counties across South Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa. Street Child has a strong, sustained commitment to localisation and works in partnership with 80+ local level actors and organisations, underscored by close consultation and collaboration with local communities.
Bachelor’s degree in computer science, statistics or any other related field.
Minimum 2 years relevant experience with NGO/ UN agency or government.
Proven skills to analyse statistical information.
Possesses Advanced Excel skills (e.g. pivot tables, functions, etc.)
Ability to translate planning-specifications into technical briefs for data capture and analysis, and vice versa.
Ability to compile and holistically analyze diverse datasets.
Demonstrated information management skills.
Demonstrated understanding of different data collection methodologies.
Experience with relevant software such as ArcGIS, SPSS,
Prior Experience in cluster coordination in an asset.
Behavioural competencies: Planning and delivering results Empowering and building trust Communicating with impact and respect Handling insecure environment
No. Of Jobs
Years of Experience
25 October 2022 (Subject to Donor Approval)
Interested and qualified candidates should submit their CV (03 pages maximum) and Cover Letter (01 page maximum) to the following email address firstname.lastname@example.org not later than the deadline. Please indicate the position title and Vacancy Number in the e-mail subject line. Any application without position title and vacany number will not be considered. Also, please do not send additional documents.
Interested and qualified candidates should also fill Children in Crisis Recruitment Form (MANDATORY) through below link:
Only short-listed candidates whose education and experiences correspond to the above criteria will be contacted for further consideration and in case you did not hear from us after 3 weeks of deadline, please consider that as a rejection.
NOTE: CANDIDATE’S APPLICATION SHALL NOT BE CONSIDERED IF THE CHILDREN IN CRISIS RECRUITMENT FORM IS NOT SUBMITTED