Contract Length: Date to hire- 31 December 2019
RET headquartered in Geneva Switzerland, with offices around the world, is an independent, impartial, non-partisan organisation, with no religious or political affiliation. RET was founded in 2000 to address the dire need for education in emergencies in fragile contexts for vulnerable young people affected by displacement, violence, armed conflict and disasters.
Mission: What does RET do?
At RET we are committed to assisting communities to meet the educational needs, in the broadest sense, of YOUNG PEOPLE made vulnerable by displacement, violence, armed conflict and disasters.
RET International Values:
The Reporting Officer works under the supervision of the Programme Manager.
Ensure that data on programme beneficiaries, processes, progress and performance are effectively collected, entered, analyzed and documented, in a way to inform timely decision making and the adoption of sound corrective measures;
Lead the preparation of consolidated progress reports, based on reliable data collected in the field, for timely submission, after verification from the hierarchy, to RET International (RET) Headquarters and donors.
Under the supervision of the Programme Manager:
- Closely monitor all developments in the project to prepare appropriate solid reports, briefing and other documents as required.
- Draft and/or review reports. Consolidate and analyse data on programme implementation and indicators in order to prepare sound periodic reports, i.e. monthly, progress, activity-specific reports, as required.
- Prepare minutes of meetings and ensure their distribution to relevant parties.
- Develop the programme M&E Plan, and revise it and check it periodically against project Key Performance Indicators’ level of achievement, as required;
- Ensure archives are up-to-date;
- Inform the hierarchy of any inconsistencies between monthly report and M&E forms;
- Perform other Monitoring and Evaluation duties as required.
- Support the grant team for the drafting and submission of funding proposals.
- Participate in the drafting, elaboration of articles and relevant documents aiming to disseminate RET’s achievements, lessons learnt and/or models of interventions.
In addition, like all RET Staff, to:
- Comply with internal policies, ensuring that activities and their performance comply with what is established in RET's Code of Conduct and other Manuals;
- Work as a team to achieve RET’s goals;
- Manage in a transparent way RET’s resources, fulfilling effectively and efficiently the tasks entrusted;
- Propose, constructively, alternative solutions to problems that arise in the work area.
NOTE: Please note that only the shortlisted candidates will be contacted. We thank you for your interest in our organisation and wish you all the best in your career.