▪ Acts as a focal point for all RFL matters
▪ Is responsible for the smooth running of the daily Tracing activities
▪ Plans, Implements and reports on RFL activities
▪ Ensures the coherence and respect of RFL policies and procedures.
▪ Contributes to the definition of RFL strategy and to the update of guidelines and procedures.
▪ Contributes to the analysis of the security, socio-economic, cultural and political environment
relevant to the ICRC and shares relevant information with colleagues, reports any change in the
▪ Contributes to the design and the implementation of multidisciplinary activities
▪ Collects and compiles, translates/interprets RFL related information, prepares written reporting
▪ Plans, organizes and reports, internal and external meetings.
▪ Develops, maintains and organizes contacts with authorities at municipal/regional level,
local/regional RC branches, population, suppliers etc.
▪ Organizes the sustainability and the institutional filing of her/his work.
▪ Provides briefing and technical support to staff involved in RFL activities
▪ Might be requested to be in charge of additional RFL files;
▪ Supervises staff
▪ Is responsible for conducive environment (multidisciplinary approach, team dynamics) among team
members and with other departments.
▪ Leads one or several thematic files at the level of the delegation
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
Movement. Please visit www.icrc.org for more information.
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