NFI Data Management and Information Clerk - Yumbe/Imvepi/Omugo
Position: NFI Data Management and Information Clerk
Report to: NFI Field Coordinator
Location: Yumbe, Imvepi and Omugo
Purpose of the position:
Under the guidance and direct supervision of the NFI Field Coordinator the NFI Data Management and Information Clerk is responsible for assisting the execution and implementation of various activities within the distribution unit. He/She provides general support to the unit that will ensure smooth implementation of various planned activities.
Ensuring proper administering of NFI documents focusing on achieving the following results:
Preparation of field tools for Data collection.
Participate in field pre-testing of Data collection tools.
M&E tools are well administered according to set guidelines to randomly selected interviewees.
NFI tools used for Data collection properly tagged or serialized for easy tracked/trace.
NFI tools are administered to the selected interviewees who have been indentified standardized sampling method.
Maintaining and collecting data and updating progress of work plan.
Undertake field trips to distribution points and commodity markets for purposes of data collection.
2. Ensuring proper filing of incoming and outgoing NFI documents of various activities within NFI Unit focusing on achieving the following results:
Documents of various activities are well filed in chronological manner for easy retrieval and references.
Documents of various activities are stored according to WV document storage policy for easy references and audit reviews.
3. Data entry and Analysis of NFI Data using different packages below
Excel, Word & Access
4. Ensuring the provision of general assistance to the NFI Project to ensure smooth execution and implementation of various activities of NFI documents focusing on achieving the following results:
Providing assistance in organizing various activities conducted by NFI Unit.
Providing assistance in arranging and scheduling of various activities within the NFI unit.
Assist in community sensitization and mobilization of various project activities aspects.
Qualifications: Education/Knowledge/Technical Skills and Experience
The following may be acquired through a combination of formal or self-education, prior experience or on-the-job training:
Must possess a University degree in any development discipline.
Must have basic knowledge in computer applications like MS Office.
Any experience in research or data management is also an added advantage.
Communicating information effectively
Thinking clearly, deeply & broadly
Understanding the humanitarian industry
Practicing innovation and change
Learning for growth and development
Ability and willingness to travel and stay at remote locations that are located within potentially hostile environments.
Able to travel within the district, country and internationally as required.
The above statements are intended to describe the essential functions of this job. It may be necessary for a person to perform other tasks as needed.