Fixed-term contract – 6 months
Starting date : ASAP
PUI all around the world
With its 40 years of experience, Première Urgence Internationale :
Supports close to 6 millions beneficiaries
With more than 100 Millions € yearly budget
Present in 22 countries, on 5 continents
Thanks to the work and commitment of :
More than 2000 national staffs
Around 200 expatriates from 45 different nationalities
And 90 employees at HQ
PUI works in 10 areas of intervention and distinguishes itself by the implementation of an integrated approach in its response. This method aims to identify and understand the needs of all those affected by a crisis. Our teams come together to bring a rapid global response to the basic needs of populations affected by humanitarian crises to help them regain independence and dignity.
Focus on our activities in Syria
Our mission in Syria has been open since 2008. PUI develops its integrated approach with infrastructure, WASH, education and livelihoods actions. Furthermore, PUI works on rehabilitating collective and private shelters and infrastructure, on emergency and early recovery WASH interventions, on education support for conflict-affected populations, and on enhancing the self-reliance of Syria’s population through livelihoods . Today, the mission is implementing 6 projects.
What about the Food Security and Livelihood Coordinator – Syria?
As Food Security, Nutrition and Livelihood Coordinator, you will be responsible for the development and implementation of the mission’s operational FNSL strategy as well as for the quality of current and future FNSL programmes throughout the design, implementation monitoring and evaluation phases. You will build the capacity of the mission’s FNSL department and provide technical support to the project teams and in particular to the FNSL Project Managers in a functional relationship. You will represent PUI to the authorities, humanitarian actors and donors for the FNSL sector.
For this purpose, you will be responsible for :
Context analysis / Strategy / Development: You will participate in the development of the operational strategy in FNSL and contribute to the design of new relevant FNSL interventions on the mission based on the identified FNSL needs in the country, and in line with PUI FNSL intervention framework, and integrating the principles of market-based programming. In coordination with the FNSL team, you will monitor FNSL activities in the country and analyse their strengths and weaknesses. You will actively participate in the design and implementation of initial FNSL diagnostics.
Programmes quality: You will provide technical support in your field of expertise to the programme teams, in particular to the FNSL Programme Managers, and ensure the quality and effectiveness of the mission’s FNSL programmes.
Representation / Coordination: You will ensure PUI’s external representation for the FNSL sector to partners, donors, national authorities and local actors. You will represent PUI in the FNSL Cluster / FNSL sector coordination group meetings. You will contribute to the good information sharing within the FNSL sector.
Human resources / Training: You will provide technical support to the project teams and in particular to the FNSL teams. You will provide support to the project managers for the recruitment of technical staff in FNSL. Working alongside the Head of Mission (HoM) and/or the Deputy HoM for Programs and the HQ FNSL Advisor, you will identify key strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and gaps within FNSL department. You will supervise the content of FNSL training and the quality of FNSL activities on the basis of identified needs.
Logistics and Administration: You will ensure the teams under your responsibility follow logistic and administrative procedures and keep the logistic and administrative departments informed of any relevant developments.
Security: You will contribute to the compliance with security rules on the mission and share all information related to security to your line manager and/or to the mission’s security manager.
The challenges that await you:
Strengthen the teams on the livelihood dimension
Articulate this sector with the other coordinators (I&H, Education)
Livelihood: ensure an integrated/recovery approach
Get an MoU with the Ministry of Agriculture
What you will need to succeed
Training : You hold a Master’s Degree in agronomy / agro-economy / agri-food
Experience : Strengthened by minimum 3 years as a manager of humanitarian projects, you also have a strong experience in some of the following topic: economics both at macro and micro level, agricultural, breeding, food assistance programming, cash transfer program, market analysis and market based approach, resilience support programs. Experience in needs evaluation, in targeting methodologies and/or in international team management will be appreciated. You already worked with Première Urgence Internationale? It would be a definite asset!
Skills : You master the project management, you have excellent writing skills and a detailed knowledge of institutional donors (OFDA, ECHO, AAP, UN agencies). Data analysis and basic statistic skills will be valued.
Qualities : You are able to work independently and to take responsibility with organization and in a proactive approach. You demonstrate adaptability, a sense of analysis, a great capacity to listen and to negotiate, and good leadership skills. You have a general ability to resist stress, particularly in a changing environment.
Languages : English has no secrets for you! All the better, it is mandatory for this position. If you speak Arabic, it would be a definite asset.
A word from the manager
« Syria mission is an emblematic one within PUI. This assignment will give you the opportunity to work in a context that was at center stage of global geopolitics these last 10 years. »
PUI will offer you
Status : Employé(e) with a Fixed-Term Contract
Monthly Gross Income : 2 200,00 – 2 530,00 EUR depending on your experience in International Solidarity + 50€ per semester of seniority with PUI
Insurance including medical coverage and complementary healthcare, 24/24 assistance and repatriation
Housing in collective accomodation
Daily Living Expenses (“Per Diem”)
Break Policy : 5 working days at 2, 4 and 8 months + break allowance
Paid Leaves Policy : 5 weeks of paid leaves per year + return ticket every 6 months
Première Urgence Internationale sees diversity of nationalities, genders, beliefs, profiles and statuses among its Human Resources as a major asset for its humanitarian action, and therefore compels itself to the strict observance of the principle of non-discrimination throughout its recruitment process.
Première Urgence Internationale applies a policy of zero tolerance towards exploitation, sexual abuse and mistreatment, in all its forms, of women, children and all other vulnerable persons. It engages all its staff to promote, disseminate and respect the principles set out in its ethical charter.
Please note that Première Urgence Internationale shall not in any case request a financial contribution for administrative costs related to recruitment. Any such information would be fraudulent, please disregard it.
You recognize yourself in this profile and you adhere to our commitments ? You feel ready to take up the challenge and to join PUI great family ?
How to apply:
If you wish to apply, please follow this link and fill in the form on our career site.