The Protection Data Administrator Assistant (DAA) works in the ICRC regional Protection Data Office of Rabat (to understand what we do in the Protection Department). ICRC Regional Protection Data Offices are responsible to provide contextualized technical advice and support in protection data management to the Protection Data Offices in ICRC delegations in Morocco, Tunisia, Ivory Coast, Liberia, Mauritania, Libya, Mali, Senegal, Guinea, Nigeria, Niger, Cameroon, Chad and Central African Republic. They monitor the coherence and consistency of the management of protection data, ensuring that this is done according to ICRC standards. They provide regional and global statistics and analytical reports.
The Protection DDA is working under the guidance and supervision of an ICRC experienced data administrator. More specifically, s/he will support the delegations/DA in their day to day work, answering to their questions and monitoring the quality of their databases (coherence and consistency). S/he will as well support / advise them in data processing, technical use of institutional software, office management, analytical reporting, and training in data management.
· very good command of English and French, additional ICRC working language an asset (Arabic)
· university degree and/or higher education degree in administration, information management, social sciences, statistics, or a related field (qualifying professional experience may be accepted in lieu of the university degree)
· three to four years’ professional experience, including at least two years using, managing, analysing computer data
· fully conversant with and keen interest in working in Windows environment (Excel, Word, …) and Web tools
· knowledge of MS Dynamics, MS Report Builder and SQL an asset
· very strong analytical and synthesis skills of data, including in data visualisation
· strongly motivated by humanitarian work
· good skills in adult’s training an asset
· excellent communication skills (spoken and written)
· capacity to learn and to adapt to new work methods (auto training)
· excellent capacity to work independently and/or with minimal supervision
· capacity to define priorities
· team spirit and capacity to integrate a multidisciplinary/multicultural approach
· administrative and organizational skills (coordination, sharing information, etc.)
· sense of responsibility and discretion
· marked Interest for new technologies
· available for itinerary mission abroad / ready to travel extensively to neighbouring countries
What we offer
· the opportunity to practice your profession in a humanitarian and multicultural environment
· access to continued in-house training
· good social package
Interested persons fulfilling the above criteria should send their applications by Friday 11 November 2016 (letter of motivation and CV/resume) – Reference: PROT/Regional office – PDAA– Application – to (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Short listed candidates will be called to our office for a 2 hours tests and selected candidates will be invited for a 1hour interview. The all recruitment process will be conducted in English.