The ILO is currently implementing employment-intensive infrastructure recovery works in Aleppo. The employment-intensive approach has the dual objective of creating decent job opportunities including training opportunities to the vulnerable communities that lost their livelihood means as well as of restoring basic community infrastructures to enhance their access to basic services.
The ILO intends to replicate its employment-intensive approach in Syria and launch a new project in rural Aleppo, namely in Al Khafsa and Maskanah, with the aim to addressing the incapacitating impact of winter conditions on underserved communities and enhance their resilience. This will be achieved through the survey, clearance, and rehabilitation of critical road arteries, to allow access to basic services and livelihood opportunities.
To document the effectiveness of the employment-intensive approach, the project aims to collect short to medium-term employment impact of the interventions related to livelihoods, skills development (vocational training, work-based learning etc.), entrepreneurship and others. The incumbent will be recruited to design, implement, monitor and evaluate data retrieved from project activities.
Under the general supervision of the National Project Coordinator and in close coordination with the EIIP Technical Officer, the Data Management Assistant will perform the following tasks: