Thinking of a Career in Emergency Management?
- BY Nicole Pelette
The Danish Refugee Council assists refugees and internally displaced persons across the globe: we provide emergency aid, fight for their rights, and strengthen their opportunity for a brighter future. We work in conflict-affected areas, along the displacement routes, and in the countries where refugees settle. In cooperation with local communities, we strive for responsible and sustainable solutions. We work toward successful integration and – whenever possible – for the fulfillment of the wish to return home.
The Danish Refugee Council was founded in Denmark in 1956 and has since grown to become an international humanitarian organization with more than 8,000 employees and also 8,000 volunteers, while managing a turnover of over 400 million Euro. Based in Copenhagen (Denmark) and present in forty countries, the Danish Refugee Council is a non-profit-making, politically independent, non-governmental and non-denominational relief organization. The Danish Refugee Council is Denmark’s largest humanitarian NGO and has been ranked the 3rd best NGO in the world in 2018 (for the six consecutive years, the organization is among the top five of the NGO Advisor Annual List).
Our vision is a dignified life for all displaced. All our efforts are based on our value compass: humanity, respect, independence and neutrality, participation, and honesty and transparency.
DRC has been operating in Greece since November 2015, providing support to the Greek state in ensuring dignified reception conditions for refugees and migrants arriving on Lesvos island. In March 2016, DRC expanded its operations in Athens, in response to the changing context and the build-up of refugee population on mainland Greece becoming one of the main SMS actors supporting the Greek government in the daily management of the long-term accommodation sites (LTAS). Acting as the official SMS actor DRC Greece is closely monitoring needs, gaps and quality of service provision in the LTAS through daily feedback received by field teams, field reports, monitoring field visits and continuous assessments, as well as beneficiaries’ feedback on the quality and/or gaps in service provision.
DRC Greece is looking to recruit a qualified, flexible and enthusiastic professional to work for its operations in North Greece, as a Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) Assistant. Under the supervision of the Area Manager and in coordination with the MEAL Manager, the MEL Assistant is responsible for the implementation of pre- and post-intervention data collection, both quantitative and qualitative, as well as directly liaising with the DRC programme’s beneficiaries. She/he will also support the MEL Officer with data consolidation, analysis and reporting, as well as actively participate in the dissemination of findings in accordance to DRC Greece’s MEAL Plan.
Duties & Responsibilities
The main responsibilities will include, but not necessarily be limited to the following:
Required Skills & Qualities
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