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Overview of the Position
Our client has engaged CTG to provide monitoring activities in the following 6 regions Awdal, Saahil, Maroodi-Jeeh, Togdheer, Sanaag & Sool. As a monitoring partner to our client, CTG is responsible for monitoring food chain management & providing program support functions. The operation aims to save lives & protect livelihoods in emergency & early recovery situations. It also aims to prevent acute hunger & invest in disaster preparedness & mitigation measures. Activities under this operation will include:
- General Food Distribution (GFD/TSFP protection ration/wet feeding).
- Food for work/assets/training.
- Maternal child health & nutrition.
- Supplemental feeding.
- Institutional feeding (inpatient/family).
- School meals/take home ration.
The purpose of this role is to ensure that food aid reaches the intended recipient in the correct quantities. Working from a CTG identified AO in Hargeisa (region dependent). The post will involve extensive field work in districts throughout the 6 regions (Awdal, Saahil, Maroodi-Jeeh, Togdheer, Sanaag & Sool) & may involve overnight stays in some locations. The Field Monitor (FM) is responsible for the monitoring of food aid as per the monitoring plan & the provision of accurate reports & reports to the Team Leader (TL).
- Monitor the implementation of the assistance program in the province in close collaboration with the CPs.
- Monitor & review food deliveries, storage, transport & distribution at the designated sites & verify if the amounts received have been properly recorded, damaged or suspected to be damaged.
- Conduct community level hut/head counts.
- Review beneficiary verification at the field level.
- Supervise the efficient distribution of the food items at the site & ensure proper distribution of entitlements & verify appropriate entitlements are distributed.
- Undertake post distribution monitoring by obtaining beneficiary perspective & feedback reports.
- Conduct market price data collection.
- Review delivery & visitation of Food Distribution Point’s (FDP).
- Collect information & assess NGO’s capacity based on criteria/checklist.Commodity supply chain monitoring:
- Monitor handover of food between transporters and Cooperating Partners (CPs) or FAM reporting any discrepancies between physical arrival & delivery documents.
- Report if transporter arrives at destination on planned date & is carrying relevant delivery documents on each truck, i.e. waybills.
- Inspect cargo being delivered & advise if any signs of tampering are evident.
- Monitor & report on 10% random weighing, CP should weigh the consignment on arrival & report any discrepancies in weight.
- Check the signing & clausing of waybills is being done properly.
- Identify & concerns with the food distribution arrangements and report them to the TL or directly to the Senior Monitor (SM).Other tasks:
- Ensure Field Level Agreement (FLA) compliance by checking that CP has staff on the ground in accordance with the terms of the FLA & budget as well as security of the distribution point, beneficiary, etc.
- Distribute beneficiary feedback hotline cards directly to beneficiaries of FDPs being visited.
- Provide accurate reports to the TL in the formats provided.
- Conduct regular meeting with community leaders & CPs to discuss distribution arrangements, food entitlements & other relevant issues.
- Assist the TL or SM to assess further need for food aid in emergency & other cases.
- Perform other related activities as requested.
- Ensure to monitor at least 30% of the inaccessible distribution sites during an average month unless a greater focus on other activities has been advised by the SM.
- Ensure all sites are monitored at least once in every 4 months.
- Conduct regular monitoring of urban safety net programs. Project Reporting
Reports directly to the Team Leader.
- Relevant qualification(s) relevant to the role are required.
- Minimum of 3 years of relevant experience is required.
- Must be fluent in English & Somali.
- Candidates applying for this role need to upload their updated resume as well as valid local identification card/passport.
- Candidates from Togdheer, Sanaag & Sool are highly encouraged to apply for this role