Cash Assistant, Imvepi, Uganda
Support the organization and facilitation of cash transfers, including cash-on-wheels, mobile money and bank transfers. This entails ensuring all logistical arrangements are in place for both cash recipients as well as the distributing financial service provider, coordination with other key stakeholders such as the Office of the Prime Minister, UNHCR and WFP, and ensuring help desk and monitoring functions are in place and responsive.
Support monitoring, evaluation and learning exercises agreed upon by the DRC and UCC MEAL teams.
Collaborate with the Team Leader to design and roll-out of trainings targeting both DRC and UCC staff as well as the project's beneficiary communities.
Contribute to field-level inputs for internal and external reporting.
Coordinate with Area Managers and relevant Support Services functions to support financial and operational management of the project according to DG-ECHO and DRC standards for compliance.
Support the establishment of efficient and effective systems and procedures to monitor and demonstration of Value for Money.
Degree in a related field, such as economics, international development or the social sciences.
A minimum of 3 years of experience working in international humanitarian and/or development aid, preferably with displaced populations.
Technical expertise and experience in cash programming
Analytical and planning skills
Demonstrable track record of meeting or exceeding programme targets, whilst maintaining technical quality
Highly diplomatic with political awareness and understanding