Under the overall and direct supervision of the Programme Specialist for Humanitarian Affairs, with reporting responsibilities to the UNFPA Deputy Representative, and in coordination with the M&E Officers, Humanitarian colleagues, the Information Management Officer is responsible for undertaking the tasks listed below. He or she will also work closely with the thematic lead for RH and GBV in the CO and Provincial Offices:
- Gathering and analysis of data on affected population and analyses data based on key RH and GBV indicators/targets.
- Prepare monthly Humanitarian Situation Reports, donor media briefing kits
- Collection and consolidation of data on UNFPA response and provide regular updates to hub and to national office on the progress and gaps Vis a Vis targets.
- Coordination of data collection efforts within the RHWG and GBV SC in the hub to ensure harmonization of data standards and to avoid duplication and over-assessment by multiple agencies.
- Collaboration with IM actors in the collection and storage of data, usage of software and sharing of expertise in order to streamline IM activities.
- Attend regular coordination meetings on IM-related matters and dissemination of the summary records of those meetings.
- Participate in promoting established data sharing mechanism.
- Collaborate with hub partners to define IM terms and numbers for common use of the Humanitarian community.
Perform other tasks as may be assigned by the Supervisor.
Ability to plan and organize
Innovation and marketing of new approaches
Job knowledge/Technical expertise
Integrity/Commitment to the mandate
Knowledge sharing/Continuous learning
Working in teams
Analytical and strategic thinking
Results orientation/Commitment to excellence
Self and conflict management
Communicating information and ideas
Appropriate and transparent decision making
Advanced university degree in Communication, Information Technology and any social sciences related discipline like sociology, demography, international development, management or other related field.
3-5 years of relevant and practical professional experience in information management in the developmental and humanitarian environment
Prior experience in IM in Emergencies is preferred.
Has established networks and familiarity with areas affected by emergencies.
Strong data management experience.
Fluency in English and other local dialects spoken in the region required.