General Description of the Organization:
Orange is a non-governmental civil society organization devoted to alleviating the suffering and improving the sustainability mechanisms of the conflict-affected population.
Orange partners directly with affected Syrian populations delivering humanitarian and development programmes, Food Security, Livelihood, Education, and Protection, to enable them to improve their living practices and their sustainability mechanisms.
Orange also collaborates with national and international non-governmental organizations, local initiatives responding to the Syrian humanitarian crisis with capacity development programmes, to be better equipped with the skills they need to prepare and respond to affected population’s needs and to ensure that these communities, which we work within, are ready for any future disasters.
Orange based on its experience implementing several evidence-based education, livelihoods, protection and civil society capacity development programming in northern Syria, its well-established relationship with relevant stakeholders, including the project proposed beneficiaries propose to implement a project titled, Strengthening Resilience of Conflict Affected Youth in Northern Syria (MIHNA III) as a continues intervention and adapted to the lessons learned from implementing MIHNA I and II with scales up to the number of targeted beneficiaries and expanding into further geographical locations. The project main objective is to strengthen the resilience of youth to be engaging and participating actors in their communities. The project will include several activities and outputs which will contribute towards achieving the project objective.
The Field Researchers will conduct qualitative and quantitative data collection on Labor Market Assessment (LMA) to determine the opportunities for short-term employment and job placements. Labor Market Assessment is a part of MIHNA III project that Orange will conduct to support youth from vulnerable community, lower education to enable youth to acquire skills and competencies to pursue their employment aspirations and perform jobs well.
Duties, objectives, and competencies:
- Enter authenticated daily data set collected via KoBo Toolbox survey designed by Orange MEAL team.
- Verifying the entered data of the participants by reviewing, correcting, or re-entering the data.
- Perform data cleaning.
- Secure information by completing database backups.
- Maintaining the confidentiality and privacy of beneficiaries’ data through applicable policies and procedures.
- Contributes to team efforts by accomplishing related results as needed.
- Submit reports in a timely manner.
- Attending training courses as required by the supervisor.
- Cooperate with the MEAL team in the process of data entry, validity and accessibility.
- Adherence to administrative directives regarding work schedules, record keeping, reporting, and databases.
- Adherence to a code of conduct and humanitarian principles.
- University degree – university student – baccalaureate as a minimum.
- At least 1 year’s experience in conducting quantitative and qualitative data collection.
- Very good command in Kobo Toolbox and Excel.
- Excellent note taking skills with attention to detail.
- Advanced verbal and written in Arabic language (English language is an advantage).
- Willingness to travel extensively during field visits.
- Ability to deliver on time and working under pressure.
- Experience in working with non-government organizations is welcomed.
Orange’s Values and Principles:
We believe that:
- Maintaining a positive, healthy, and trusting relationship are central to making the partnership a success.
- Appropriately trained and resourced staff and volunteers are key to effective and efficient service and program delivery in the development sector.
We are committed to:
- Shared responsibility, accountability, and decision-making in any partnership.
- Providing access to high-quality learning to empower people and professionals in the development sector, particularly in the developing world.
- Learning from each other to strengthen and enhance the long-term sustainability of our services and programs for the benefit of children and communities that we serve.
Child safeguarding policy
Orange aims to create an organization that is safe for children but is also aware of the need to keep child protection concerns proportionate and to guard against over-zealous attitudes. Child abuse thrives in closed and secretive atmospheres. Orange’s best protection is to create an open and aware culture where people are not afraid to speak about their concerns.
Any employee, consultant, contractor or the supplier undertaking an activity on behalf of Orange capacity building must sign the Child Safeguarding – Declaration of Acceptance Form and comply with the Orange Child Safeguarding Policy which is a statement of Orange commitment to preventing abuse and protecting children with whom it comes into contact.
This Job Description only serves as a guide for the position available. Orange reserves the right to change this document.
How to apply
Note: Possibility to hire before closing date.