General Description of the Organization:
Orange is a non-governmental civil society organization devoted to alleviating suffering and improving the sustainability mechanisms of the conflict-affected population.
Since its establishment in 2016, Orange partners directly with affected Syrian populations delivering programmes spanning sectors, including humanitarian and development programmes, in the Early Recovery, Food Security, Agriculture, Livelihoods, Education, and Protection, in addition to long-term impact interventions focusing on the economic empowerment and the local value chains improvements to enable targeted communities to improve their living practices and their sustainable mechanisms.
Orange collaborates with a variety of national and international non-governmental organizations, as well as local initiatives, to adopt a community-based approach that leads to improving the response’s impact to the humanitarian crisis, and provides sustainable and alternative solutions.
The intake assistant works under the supervision of the livelihoods project officer and is mainly responsible for the reception collection of initial data and conducting of intake assessment with beneficiaries.
Duties, objectives and competencies:
Counseling and Follow-Up (70%)
- Reach out to beneficiaries to invite them to participate in training and other livelihood activities.
- Conduct intake assessment for beneficiaries who are interested in self-employment track (start-up, home-based businesses) or wage employment.
- Correctly and consistently use intake and other tools provided and provide feedback to supervisors on their effectiveness.
- Maintain up-to-date contact information for beneficiaries and follow up with them after they receive training or other support, answering their questions and responding to their concerns.
- Conduct the follow-up survey with the beneficiaries who received the productive asset support grant.
General Programming and Operations (30%)
- At all times be aware of, note, and report to the supervisor the changing needs of target populations (Syrians and vulnerable host community members)
- Engage in outreach activities related to the project (with community members, local NGOs, and private sector contacts)
- Identify and discuss with supervisor/team new approaches related to entrepreneurship to ensure a flexible and relevant implementation based on the needs of beneficiaries
- Identify and discuss with supervisor/team the need for relevant assessments and focus group discussions to improve programming
- Complete any additional tasks identified by Supervisor
- Incorporate technical feedback provided by the Funding Partner to ensure quality counselling
- Business administration, Economics, Educational Sciences or relevant field of study.
- At least 1 years proven work experience in the field of business training and capacity development.
- Strong communication skills, negotiation skills & emotional stability.
- Good reporting skills;
- Good computer skills including MS office.
- Fluency in Arabic and good English language skills (spoken, written and reading), the Turkish language will be an asset.
Orange’s Values and Principles:
We believe that:
- Maintaining a positive, healthy, and trusting relationship are central to making the partnership a success.
- Appropriately trained and resourced staff and volunteers are key to effective and efficient service and program delivery in the development sector.
We are committed to:
- Shared responsibility, accountability, and decision-making in any partnership.
- Providing access to high-quality learning to empower people and professionals in the development sector, particularly in the developing world.
- Learning from each other to strengthen and enhance the long-term sustainability of our services and programs for the benefit of children and communities that we serve.
Child Safeguarding & PSEAH policy
Orange aims to create an organization that is safe for children and women but is also aware of the need to keep child protection concerns proportionate and to guard against over-zealous attitudes. Child and women abuse thrives in closed and secretive atmospheres. Orange’s best protection is to create an open and aware culture where people are not afraid to speak about their concerns.
Any employee, consultant, contractor or the supplier undertaking an activity on behalf of Orange must sign the Child Safeguarding and PSEA– Declaration of Acceptance Form and comply with the Orange child safeguarding and PSEAH Policy which is a statement of Orange commitment to preventing abuse and protecting children with whom it comes into.
How to apply
• Kindly submit your application through this link: https://apps.orange.ngo/jobs/apply/40a1d748-1864-441a-994a-a832f3c090a0
• Please note that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Should you not have heard from us within two weeks after the application deadline, please consider your application as being unsuccessful.
•The position is to be filled ASAP.
• Women are highly encouraged to apply for this position.