This position is based at WFP Area Office Peshawar, reporting to Programme Policy Officer.
The job holder typically report to a Programme Policy Officer or the designate. At this level, job holders is responsible to assist supervisor during emergencies like Temproary Dispaced Persons(TDP's) operation, COVID-19 emergency operation and Monsoon emergency in KP and erstwhile FATA. Job holder needs to have wide array of knowledge regarding food security, food / cash interventions modalities, cluster system coordination mechanism etc. Main working area comprised of implementation of activities for food / cash, complitation of partner invoices, reports generation with analysis for decision making for management. Works under supervision, perform basic analyses and compile reports to support information consistency and smooth implementation of programmes/projects.
To perform specialized emergency related programmatic activities like food assitance / cash disbursement to TDPs, COVID-19 and Monsoon Flood emergencies in KP and erstwhile FATA with report to supervisor.
Under the overall supervision of the Programme Policy Officer at WFP Area Office Peshawar, the position holder will:
1. Perform specialized and/or standardized processes and activities within the specific technical area of work supporting alignment with wider programme guidelines for Relief assistance (food / cash).
2. Provide general office support following established targets and WFP’s procedures under humanitarian relief operation.
3. Within the specific area of responsibility, support in compilation of data and support analysis and preparation of reports (e.g. food / cash assistance needs, resource utilization, programme status, performance) in order to support operational decision-making.
4. Perform accurate, timely recording of data within the specific technical area of work (e.g. food security and vulnerability assessments) following corporate standards and guidelines for programme activities of relief emergency.
5. Work and exchange information with internal counterparts like partners, PDMA and TDP secretariat and other related stakeholders to support effective collaboration, implementation and monitoring of ongoing project activities with consent of supervisor.
6. Support communication and activities with local partners, agencies, INGOs and government institutions with the guidance of supervisor.
7. Act as a point of contact for resolution of general operational queries requesting assistance where necessary for CBT, GFD and other related inquires.
8. Follow standard emergency preparedness practices for winter/ monsoon contingency plans or any other onset of emergency to ensure WFP can quickly respond and deploy needed resources to affected areas at the onset of the crisis.
9. Pipeline / Stock Reports analysis to be discussed with reporting manager for appropriate actions for the continuation of activities. It includes best before / near to expiry food, release of Commodity release notes (CRN) etc.
10. Ensure GBV & Protection operational aspects in the field operation
11. Coordiantion Meeting record keepting with government, agencies, cooperating partner etc
12. Properly assist, guide in consultation with supervisor to cooperating partners to implement the cash disbursements among beneficiaries for COVID-19 response project in KP.
13. Other related activities like Cooperating performance, coordination with government / partners for clearance of project NOCs, smooth implementation of projects of relief with management of data of TDP assistance, COVID-19 cash assistance, monsoon contingency plan projects with the guidance of supervisor will be the requirement for the position
14. Processing and autiding of the invoices submitted by partners with SES posting in WINGs etc
15. Perform any other duties if requried.
Education: Completion of Higher secondary school education preferably supplemented by a university degree in social sciences is desirable.
Language: Fluency in English, Urdu. Pashto (desirable).
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The World Food Programme was created in 1961, as an experiment to provide food aid through the UN system. In 1965, WFP became a fully-fledged UN programme, to last for “as long as multilateral food aid is found feasible and desirable”. Today, WFP is the world's largest humanitarian agency fighting hunger worldwide. WFP assists 80 million people in around 80 countries each year, delivering food assistance in emergencies and working with communities to improve nutrition and build resilience. On any given day, WFP has 5,000 trucks, 20 ships and 70 planes on the move, delivering food and other assistance to those in most need. In emergencies, WFP is often first on the scene, providing food assistance to the victims of war, civil conflict, drought, floods, earthquakes, hurricanes, crop failures and natural disasters. When the emergency subsides, WFP helps communities rebuild shattered lives and livelihoods. We also work to strengthen the resilience of people and communities affected by protracted crises by applying a development lens in our humanitarian response. WFP is funded entirely by voluntary donations, in 2016 WFP raised US$5.9 billion. WFP has more than 14,000 staff worldwide of whom over 90% are based in the countries where the agency provides assistance.