JPO - Programme Analyst

USAID

About the organization

BHA’s mission is to save lives, alleviate human suffering, and reduce the physical, social and
economic impact of rapid and slow-onset disasters by supporting at-risk populations to build
stable foundations for their Journey to Self-Reliance. We are fully committed to implementing
USAID’s mandate as the lead U.S. Government coordinator for international disaster response.

Duties

Under the supervision of the HFCU Team Leader:
Develop and prepare key knowledge resources, communications, and background materials.
Assist with the preparation of technical meetings, webinars, and training, including preparing training materials, IT support, organizing content in Moodle and G-Drive, drafting meeting minutes and contributing to training reports as needed.
Support planning, coordination, and monitoring of research, analysis and knowledge products, such as surveys, reports, situational analysis, fact sheets, and mapping of trends and emerging issues in the region to support the HFCU specialist.
In collaboration with the specialists, collect and organize knowledge resources and facilitate dissemination within the COs and the region, namely through the West and Central Africa Humanitarian Online Community and other platforms.
Support with information management and mapping of key actors and trends in key programmatic areas such as GBViE and SRHiE to inform analysis and briefs in priority humanitarian countries
Support coordination of the R-SRH Working Group and the R-GBV Working Group, as well as the regional technical meetings with CO focal points. This will include management and updates of contact lists, meeting agenda, and invitations, as well as translations (English/French).
Assist with translations between French and English as necessary.
Support in the planning, coordination, and monitoring

Qualifications

Education:
Postgraduate degree in a related area such as international relations, humanitarian studies, social, health, political science, information management or communication;

Work Experience:
At least 2 years of professional work experience at the national and/or international level in humanitarian or development settings, non-profit, data or information management; previous experience working in the UN or other international organization is an asset;
Prior experience in developing countries and/or humanitarian settings is an asset.

Languages:
Ability to write and to speak clearly and concisely in both French and English.
Working knowledge of any other official UN language is an asset;

Salary

P-2

Application instructions

Contact email: [email protected]

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