CARE International in Kenya is looking for a well-organized and highly motivated individual who is result-oriented to fill the position mentioned below.
Position: Accountability Officer
Ref No: AO-12-07-2019:
Terms of Employment: Fixed Term Contract
Job Summary: CARE’s committed to meeting international standards of quality and accountability when responding to emergencies.
Responding to humanitarian crises means that CARE staff may potentially exercise significant power over stakeholders, particularly affected communities.
To ensure that CARE earns the trust and respect of those we are serving, we need to be sure that we are being accountable to them.
By improving accountability, we also improve the quality and performance of our response in meeting essential needs and so achieve greater impact.
Reporting to the Senior MEAL Officer, the Accountability Officer will ensure CARE’s accountability system in its Refugee Assistance Program (RAP) is working as required, all the stakeholders are aware of it and the system is in use.
S/he will ensure that there is continuous engagement in meaningful two-way dialogue with the communities it serves.
The position will be key in supporting CARE RAP at the camp level in its efforts to strengthen quality and accountability.
In addition as a member of Program Quality & Learning Unit (PQLU), participate in Monitoring and Evaluation of the Refugee Assistance Program.
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Deadline: 19th July, 2019 – 5.00PM EAT.
Only short listed candidates will be contacted.
CARE is an equal opportunity employer and promotes gender equity. Canvassing will lead to automatic disqualification.
CARE International in Kenya does not charge a fee at any stage of the recruitment process.
Qualified Female candidates are highly encouraged to apply.
CARE has a commitment to gender, equity and diversity in our workplace and operations. CARE respects and values diversity and does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, gender identity, sexuality, ethnicity, age, disability, religion or politics. This is reflected in our recruitment decisions which are made entirely through a transparent, merit-based selection process. All CARE staffs are required to comply with the Code of Conduct, Prevention of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (PSEA) and Child Protection (CP) policies. CARE is committed to protecting the rights of the communities whom we serve, and therefore reserves the right to conduct background checks and other screening procedures to ensure a safe, dignified work environment.