The Global Shelter Cluster has created a Support Team composed of different roles, including those of the Global Focal Points (GFP). In order to advance in its performance as GSC lead for conflict situations, UNHCR will appoint an Associate Information Management Officer (IMO) to work closely with the IM Global Focal Point appointed by IFRC and other partners.
Together, they are in charge of acting as surge capacity to country level shelter clusters, setting up IM systems, supporting capacity building and preparedness in-country. In addition, the IMO will be in charge of compiling data and analyzing trends from all country-level clusters, capturing and improving tools for information managers, and providing inputs to inter-agency and inter-clusters discussions.
B. Purpose and Scope of Assignment
Activities related to country-level Shelter Clusters:
Provide in-country surge capacity and remote support to the UNHCR-led shelter clusters to set up their information management systems including the website and factsheet.
Adapt global tools to the different responses, including 4Ws, reporting templates and shelter/NFI gap analysis.
In coordination with the UNHCR Field Information and Coordination Support Section (FICSS), IFRC, and OCHA interact with the different information/data portals – Humanitarian Response, UNHCR data portal, and ShelterCluster.org – to ensure country information is readily available and shared amongst the different platforms.
With the information management team from IFRC, identify gaps and needs for strengthening shelter cluster information management systems.
With the GSC Support Team, compile data from country-level clusters in order to provide an overall picture of country-level clusters statistics, trends, advocacy messages, and other analyses.
Related to the Global Shelter Cluster:
In collaboration with IFRC and FICSS, create systems and tools to better address information management needs of the GSC and country-level shelter clusters.
Participate in the GSC Shelter Vulnerability Classification Working Group, supporting the development of agreed upon tools and procedures for classifying and communicating the nature and severity of shelter vulnerability.
Liaise regularly with the CCCM and Protection clusters to promote collaboration and synergies in information management among the three UNHCR-led clusters.
Be the GSC focal point for the implementation of IASC Cluster Coordination Performance Monitoring.
Participate in the preparation and facilitation of the GSC events and trainings.
C. Qualifications and experience
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