Senior Emergency Response Officer (Cash Transfer Programming)
Job Type Full Time
Qualification BA/BSc/HND
Location Nairobi
Job Field NGO/Non-Profit
CAFOD, one of the UK’s leading international aid agencies, is looking for a Senior Emergency Response Officer – Cash Transfer Programming (SERO-CTP).

Job Profile: The SERO-CTP will provide surge capacity globally as part of CAFOD’s Emergency Response Team (ERT) and will also provide support to Caritas Norway priority programmes in Africa.

A strong emphasis for the position ¡s placed on Cash Transfer Programming.

The post-holder will support capacity strengthening efforts, lead and advise on the design and implementation of Cash Transfer Programmes and on most appropriate tools to use at each stage of the programme cycle.

This position requires a strong technical knowledge and experience of cash transfer programming, as well as emergency food security and livelihoods.

Inherent in the SERO-CTP role is the need for flexibility and an ability to travel at short notice to potentially insecure and remote locations.

Key Responsibilities

Emergency response and technical support
Programme quality, systems and standards, with focus on CTP
Representation and communication
People Management


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