PMER Coordinator for Emergency Appeal operation project


The Red Crescent Society of Tajikistan announces a competition for the vacant positions of Project Coordinator for Emergency Response (PMER) for the Emergency Appeal operation project

PMER Coordinator for Emergency Appeal operation project  

Tasks and duties:

  • Lead and guide the planning process to develop plans for the operation, ensuring engagement and compliance from all management, technical and support team
  • Ensure compliance with RCST & IFRC standards for planning
  • Set up systems to support the monitoring of the project (Emergency Appeal operation) according to the agreed indicators
  • Ensure that feedback and lessons learned are collected and used for the ongoing project planning and for future planning
  • Manage the development and implementation of a M&E plan for the operation, including outlining data sources, collection methods (quantitative and qualitative methods), frequency, and audience
  • Provide technical guidance to management and DM team, health team, NSD team and communications team to support the development of quality M&E plans and activities that include clear indicators, and outline data sources, collection methods, frequency, and audience
  • Coordinate with external actors to maximize coordination and collaboration around data collection, to benefit from secondary data and reduce duplication and the negative impact of assessment fatigue
  • Coordinate and oversee any surveys, reviews, lesson-learning exercises/workshops, evaluations, or other relevant studies, to ensure they are timely, useful and ethical and uphold IFRC’s criteria and standards
  • Lead or participate in any internal reviews of operational progress, including lesson learning reviews
  • Establish and manage a reporting timetable and deadlines for the operation and monitor this timetable to ensure all agreed deadlines have been met
  • Write and produce reports and other written project related documentation
  • Ensure that all reporting on the operation is compliant with the IFRC’s standards and formats
  • Collaborate with DM and finance to ensure compatibility between narrative and financial information in all reports
  • 5 or more years experience of working in PMER
  • 5 or more years’ experience working for the RCRC Movement or a similar actor (e.g. UN, NGOs)
  • Background in data collection, management, analysis and presentation methods and tools, and ability to set up systems and procedures for reliable data collection and management
  • Strong analytical and written skills, including report writing and presentation skills
  • Knowledge and skills around results-based planning (logframe) and setting up robust planning systems for complex programmes
  • Competencies in evaluation and review for disaster response or recovery work
  • Fluently spoken and written English

Job Location:  Dushanbe, Tajikistan.

Please send your CV/Resume (mentioning position in the subject line) to:

The deadline for applications is the 18th of February, 2022. Please kindly note that the applications sent after this date and time will not be taken into consideration.

Kindly note that only short-listed candidates will be invited for an interview. RCST does not enter into correspondence with regard to the reasons for non-selection of candidates.