Protection Data Analyst – IRC International Rescue committee
Background/IRC Summary: The International Rescue Committee (IRC) responds to the world's worst humanitarian crises and helps people to survive and rebuild their lives. Founded in 1933 at the request of Albert Einstein, the IRC offers lifesaving care and life-changing assistance to refugees forced to flee from war or disaster. At work today in over 40 countries and 26 U.S. cities, we restore safety, dignity and hope to millions who are uprooted and struggling to endure.
The IRC Jordan program was established in 2007 and is currently operating programs in Jordan and southern Syria with an annual budget of $36 million; approximately $25 million is for southern Syria. The IRC is currently providing humanitarian assistance in southern Syria in the sectors of protection, health and economic recovery and development through partnerships with Syrian NGOs and provision of life-saving relief items. The Cross-Border program works closely with Syrian partnerships, often Community-Based Organizations (CBOs) which are able to provide emergency aid to conflict-affected Syrians. The program works with CBOs to strengthen their internal capacity to manage humanitarian interventions, foster their knowledge on humanitarian principles and SPHERE standards, and promote better coordination with other humanitarian actors working on the Syrian emergency response.
IRC undertake protection monitoring in Southern Syria, through a team of protection monitors who conduct assessments and collect data about humanitarian need. The program’s goal is to improve the protection environment of conflict affected populations. The Program aims at strengthening protection efforts through a constant monitoring presence, addressing the current and most pressing protection needs facing communities.
The Protection Data Analyst (PDA) will be responsible for gathering and analysis of data collected by the Protection Rule of Law team (PROL) that is through Protection Monitoring, Civil Documentation and other protection interventions in Southern Syria. This will include analyzing trends, highlighting unmet needs and offering suggestions for adapting programs and policies as necessary. The information will help IRC and other humanitarian agencies to form pertinent policies, advocacy strategies and programming decisions for their country-wide operation. This will contribute to an increased understanding of and real-time response to the protection and assistance problems confronting IDPs, refugees and vulnerable community members in southern Syria.
The Protection Data Analyst will report to the IRC Senior Protection Officer and will work in close coordination with the Protection Monitoring team and the Civil Documentation team
Oversee the information management activities of the Protection Rule of Law team (PROL), including basic data analysis, reporting, communications and beneficiary/indicator tracking
Manage and track disaggregated information on beneficiary numbers and indicators monthly; follow-up with protection staff as needed to ensure program data is accurate and complete.
Ensure that all data collected and products (tools, datasets, reports, data analysis, maps, etc.) are centrally organized, updated and accessible (according to restriction protocols) when needed by the IMOs, and readily available for use by other WPE staff, grants and other stakeholders where necessary.
Support the Senior Protection Officer to develop guidelines regarding information management of the PROL department data, ensuring data security and protections are in place.
Support the E-learning department in setting up a Learning Management System for the remote capacity building of the IRC cross border staff
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