Access Coordinator Ukraine Dnipro
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05/07/2022, 07:39 PM
05/21/2022, 07:39 PM
Role and responsibilities
The Humanitarian Access Coordinator will work closely with the Area Manager and support the development of area office access strategies and analyses, support external engagement and negotiations with national authorities and other humanitarian actors, and provide training to NRC staff and partners. The Access Coordinator is a member of the Area Management Team (AMT).
Network, communicate and cooperate with relevant external stakeholders.
Support the development of existing access strategies and tools to facilitate the expansion of NRC’s activities.
Upon delegation, represent NRC with local authorities and area-based humanitarian actors.
Provide capacity building to field-based staff engaged in access and programme duties across Ukraine.
Inform access analyses and contextual updates based on programme demand and in collaboration with field staff and the Humanitarian Access Adviser
Provide the AMT with strategic advice based on changes to the context.
Ensure collaboration on processes and tools between CO and AO.
Develop specific SOPs as needed.
Support the Area Manager in ensuring the Area Office has a coherent and unified approach to external engagement with local authorities, working closely alongside both the Area Manager and programme staff.
Upon delegation, represent NRC externally to ensure NRC has the necessary access approval and the latest understanding of access requirements and barriers.
Advice on context-appropriate negotiation strategies and tactics for access and programmatic colleagues dealing with rapidly evolving operational landscapes and challenges.
Advise programmatic colleagues on context-appropriate modalities for the provision of assistance based on up to date and accurate contextual understanding
Contribute to the development of area-based humanitarian access strategies to support the safe and principled delivery of emergency assistance.
Continuously monitor the evolution of the humanitarian, security, and political situation in eastern and southern Ukraine.
Ensure NRC has an up to date and comprehensive actor mappings and analyses of the key national and international stakeholders relevant to humanitarian access.
Deliver context-specific training to NRC’s national staff, especially access focal points, and local partners on humanitarian principles, access, negotiations and key principles of Civil-Military Coordination.
Support the Humanitarian Access Manager in information gathering duties in support of their duties as Co-Chair of UN OCHA’s Humanitarian Access Working Group.
Liaise with critical coordination mechanisms (such as the protection and logistics clusters/working groups) at the Area Office level.
Prepare relevant reports as needed.
Bachelor’s degree in relevant field
Minimum 3 years of experience working in a humanitarian organisation
Previous experience from working in complex and volatile contexts
Fluency in English
Fluency in Ukrainian and Russian
Previous experience in humanitarian negotiations is considered a strong asset
Strong context monitoring and analytical skills
Strong networking and negotiations skills
Resilience and ability to work in insecure environments
Ability to empower and build trust
Type of contract: national employment contract till the end of 2022
Salary/benefits: According to NRC salary scale, terms and conditions.
Duty station: Dnipro, Ukraine.
This position is for Ukrainian nationals only.
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