▪ Acts as a focal point for all RFL matters, designs or adjusts data-collection tools and collects data
using data-collection tools and devices.
▪ Designs databases; supervises and carries out data entry in the survey database and the EcoSec
Programme Management Tool (EPMT).
▪ Describes results and produces data visualizations and interprets basic quantitative and qualitative
▪ Analyses data collected using the household economy approach to identify economic security gaps
and develop scenarios.
▪ Interprets market information and uses it to select and design response options and collects
nutrition information at the household level.
▪ Based on an analysis of EcoSec core components (food consumption/production, living conditions,
income support and capacity-building), identifies agriculture-related response options and assess
whether cash or in-kind aid is more appropriate and feasible.
▪ Designs a suitable method for registering beneficiaries and integrates best practice in terms of
accountability to beneficiaries throughout the programme-cycle design.
▪ Ensures that proper methods, planning, implementation, logistics and reporting are used during aid
distribution and can explain them.
▪ Designs, implements and can explain an agriculture programme (seed multiplication, seed and tool
distribution, capacity-building, etc.) and can explain it.
▪ Ensures that monitoring is carried out.
▪ Contributes to analysing the security, socioeconomic, cultural and political environment as it relates
to the ICRC.
▪ Takes part in expanding or strengthening the delegation's network of contacts among the
population, the local authorities and/or other stakeholders.
▪ Contributes to internal reporting and organizing and delivering capacity-building activities.
The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) is an impartial, neutral and
independent organization whose exclusively humanitarian mission is to protect the lives and
dignity of victims of armed conflict and other situations of violence and to provide them with
assistance. The ICRC also endeavors to prevent suffering by promoting and strengthening
humanitarian law and universal humanitarian principles. Established in 1863, the ICRC is at
the origin of the Geneva Conventions and the International Red Cross and Red Crescent
Requirements and experience
▪ University degree in a relevant discipline.
▪ At least 2 years’ work experience in a relevant field.
▪ Excellent communication skills, and fluency in written and spoken English as well as Myanmar
▪ Previous ICRC experience is a strong asset, particularly in protection and detention work.
▪ Strongly motivated by humanitarian work, and proactive attitude
▪ Effective communication, networking and listening skills
▪ People person and genuine sense of empathy
▪ Autonomous and adaptable, with ability to interact collaboratively in a multidisciplinary and
▪ Excellent writing and summarizing skills, and good knowledge of digital tools
▪ Robust organizational and prioritization capacities
▪ Capacity to exercise discretion
▪ Capacity to work under pressure in an armed conflict affected area and remote environment
▪ Good understanding of the armed conflict dynamic affecting Rakhine State and Chin State and its
▪ A unique and rewarding opportunity to help the victims of violence in a fast-paced environment
▪ Initial training and on-boarding organised
▪ A 12-month contract extendable
▪ A competitive compensation package including medical coverage and transportation allowances.
▪ A training opportunity to develop and strengthen the quality of the services provided to our
beneficiaries as well as to support our staff members’ professional and personal development