Tearfund has recently scaled up our response to the Food Security crisis in East Africa, creating a new opportunity for an experienced humanitarian to join our team to support our response across the region and build on the effectiveness of Tearfund and partner staff in humanitarian response.
We are looking for an experienced and highly motivated Humanitarian Response Advisor, based in Nairobi, Kenya to provide support to Tearfund’s East Africa Crisis Response (covering Ethiopia, Kenya and Somaliland, and potentially South Sudan). This is an exciting and varied role.
Building effective humanitarian response capacity: Your major focus will be working closely with our country teams to improve the humanitarian response capacity of our Tearfund staff and partners. This will involve capacity assessments, and providing training and accompaniment to partners on good practice and Quality Standards, including CHS.
Deployment to support responses: The role will involve supporting partner-led to the crisis, to undertake assessments, guide and advise partners, help develop project design, and support monitoring and reporting, developing preparedness and contingency plans. You will work closely with UK and country based teams to assist with developing compelling funding proposals, and provide information to assist supporter communications and media releases.
Contributing to learning: You will make a valuable contribution to Tearfund’s learning culture, participating in evaluations, coordinating and facilitating learning reviews, ensuring learning on humanitarian good practice is disseminated and applied.
Location: The position will be based in Nairobi, Kenya with significant travel (at least 60%) within the East African region (mainly Somaliland, Kenya and Ethiopia). Applicants must be able to provide proof of the right to live and work in Kenya.
Salary: The salary for this position is 4,249,164 KES per annum. There are no expatriate benefits offered with this position.
Please note: Due to the urgency of this role, this position will close once a suitable candidate has been found.