Occupied Palestinian Territory – A MEAL Coordinator
Titre du poste
Occupied Palestinian Territory – A MEAL Coordinator
Territoire palestinien occupé
Jerusalem with regular travel to Gaza or vice versa
Type de collaboration
Type de contrat
Date de prise de poste
Dès que possible
Durée du poste
Résumé du poste
PUI is implementing multi-sectorial interventions in the oPt, both the West Bank and Gaza Strip, since almost two decades and is recognised as a key player in the sector by the international community. PUI is implementing programs with an integrated approach, underpinned in a protection lens, in order to adequately understand, address, and respond to the populations’ humanitarian needs arising from this protracted crises due the on-going conflict and political status-quo. The current Gaza context remains highly volatile and fragile, quickly impacted by local and international political changes and deeply exposed to socio-economic shocks. It therefore requires important adjustments and anticipation capacities for partners to be able to adequately respond to increasing and changing needs of the Gazan population.
In this context, Action Against Hunger, the Norwegian Refugee Council, and Première Urgence Internationale forming the Gaza Partnership are currently implementing an ECHO funded multi-sectorial intervention in Gaza aiming at enhancing the protection of the targeted vulnerable groups against violations of IHL and IHRL by combining an integrated approach offering: emergency preparedness and response, a multi-layer assistance, and evidence-based humanitarian advocacy. Each agency contributes in a different way towards the partnership integrated protection approach.
The partnership generates a significant volume of important information either collectively or at agency level. Such information generates policy papers, assessments, reports, fact sheets, GIS maps, databases, statistics, etc. Through this position, the Partnership aims at strengthening their analytical capacity and deliverables. Close collaboration with the partners – through the Partnership Steering Committee (PSC), the Partnership Management Team (PMT), the Partnership Advocacy Working Group (AWG), and the Information and M&E Unit (IME), is crucial. The Partnership Meal Data Analyst will be asked to look at the information generated by agencies individually and/or collectively in order to determine how to best shape this information in a way that is useful to all. The Meal Analyst position is placed within PUI and serves all 3 Partners in an equal manner. It forms part of the Secretariat, jointly with the Humanitarian Partnership Coordinator (hosted by AAH).
This position requires a substantial background and experience in managing, analysing and delivering complex emergency protection projects, with a strong sectorial preparedness and response orientation. It is worth noting that it also requires substantial and proactive coordination with all the staff of the three Partnership Partners, both at field and coordination level, the GP Working Groups and its Coordinator, as well as with the broader humanitarian architecture in Gaza.
Contribute to the Partnership strategic thinking notably by substantiating relevant information in close collaboration with Humanitarian Partnership Coordinator and the PSC
Lead on the development/systematisation of M&E tools for common indicators among partners, in particular at outcome level
Chair and coordinate the MEAL Task Force of the Partnership
Manage and improve the IMS, in place ensuring its functionality at Partnership level and allow for further processing and analysis of relevant data
Engage with external stakeholders generating data such as OCHA, FSS, Protection Cluster, Shelter Clusters etc.
Degree in social and human sciences or Statistics, and a background in research methods.
5 years experience in Research/assessments and/or Monitoring and evaluation
Experience in designing M&E tools, surveys, surveillance systems and/or evaluations)
Strong understanding of protection principles and attached international standards and relevant bodies of law
Data processing and analysis:
Data visualization and reporting techniques
Analysis of quantitative and/or qualitative data as well as summarise findings
Strong and proven capacity in diplomatically working among an integrated multi-cultural project team
Good and proven public representation skills
Excellent communication skills, to can build trust and confidently navigate both internally and externally
Excellent command in writing and speaking English
The position can be based in Gaza or Jerusalem but requires the candidate to spend at least three working days per week in Gaza. He/she will also spend time in the coordination offiche in Ramallah for coordination meetings. The MEAL Coordinator must strictly follow security PUI’s all Standard Operating Procedures applying within the Gaza Strip and the oPt Mission (safety and security, operational regulation, etc.) and to commit to all PUI relevant internal policies.
Monthly Gross Income: from 2 200 to 2 560 Euros depending on the experience in International Solidarity + 50 Euros per semester seniority with PUI
Prises en charge
Cost covered: Round-trip transportation to and from home / mission, visas, vaccines…
Insurance including medical coverage and complementary healthcare, 24/24 assistance and repatriation
Daily living Expenses (« Per diem »)
Break Policy : 5 working days at 3 and 9 months + break allowance
Paid Leaves Policy : 5 weeks of paid leaves per year + return ticket every 6 months
Personne chargée de l'offre
Emmanuelle Gracia, Human Resources Officer for Expatriates