APA Kunar, Laghman, Nangarhar, Nuristan, Kunar, Laghman, Nangarhar, Nuristan
Feb 11, 2018Full time
Job Description: The Field Monitor is responsible to monitor and respond to the needs of newly displaced population affected by conflict until the transition between UNHCR and UNOCHA is materialized. This includes assessment and response in areas where rest of the IDP TF such as IRC, NRC, and DRC has no coverage. S/he will work under the direct supervision of regional manager/team leader of the APA’s sub-office Jalalabad. The Field monitor shall; Conduct protection monitoring using the new Protection Monitoring tools in line with methodology during both emergency, post conflict stages of the displacement. Monitor the existing IDPs caseloads, foreign national in refugee like situation, and refugee returnees (conducting protection assessment, documenting the recommendation, delivery and distribution of assistance). Identify Persons with Specific Needs (PSNs) and assess the needs and concerns of women/girls beneficiaries in the IDP groups, with special focus on those in such marginalized categories as female-headed household, adolescents, women and girls with disabilities and provide recommendations to UNHCR under the oversight of regional manager of APA Sub Office Jalalabad. Filling of the PMT forms during the assessment/monitoring with the exact information from IDP families. Entering surveys list to the system and sort them based on the districts and villages. Field Monitor is responsible to report to the Reporting Officer/Assistant on daily, weekly and monthly basis. Compare the computerized lists with hand-written to avoid duplication. All the hand-written documents must be archived and will be provided by the Field Monitor when deemed necessary. Field Monitor is responsible for all the survey’s data and figures which he/she has conducted. Participate in de-briefing meetings with UNHCR and IDP TF members to discuss the issues related to IDPs and their needs for assistance. Maintain good relations with other stakeholders (IDP TF members, Shuras, Government entities, DoRRs/ANDMA, district focal points, etc.) in the field. Analyze data and highlight trends and protection needs in reporting to APA Reporting Officer/UNHCR protection unit. Produce daily activities assessment reports based upon UNHCR/APA tools. Under the guidance of direct supervisor, facilitate one-on-one interviews and focus group discussions with IDPs, Returnees, and Host Community Members. Conduct spot observation in areas where IDPs and Returnees are housed or clustered for inclusion in protection monitoring, using qualitative and quantitative methods. Keep records through the digital system of the urgent protection needs identified and the actions taken to assist affected IDPs/Returnees. Within the scope of work, perform other duties assigned by his/her supervisor.