The Economic Recovery (EcRec) Casual Worker expected to assist economic recovery team in implementing Livelihoods activities (Business development skills (BDS) courses, Micro-Grant (MG), Vocational Training(VT) ) under the supervision of Economic Recovery Team Leader. The Casual Worker will involve in direct implementation of day-to-day project activities as member of the DRC EcRec team in areas of operation in Aleppo for vulnerable communities Responsibilities: Technical:
Overall responsible to conduct Economic Recovery beneficiaries’ vulnerability registration and suitability assessment by using DRC tools.
Coordination with the beneficiaries before starting activity.
Archiving related documents (hard copy and electronics) used during implementation.
Conducting Satisfaction questionnaire with beneficiaries after each course.
Business Development Skills Training:
Follow up business development skills courses including (trainers and trainees’ attendance, ensuring required logistics support is in place, conducting pre and post-tests).
Monitor Trainers’ performance and ensure they are delivering within Scope of Work.
Follow up on beneficiary motivation and engagement including dropouts.
Ensure Receiving accurate Business plan from BNFs at the end of the course.
Organize beneficiaries’ transportation allowance.
Prepare comprehensive reports after training closure and finalize all relevant activities including success stories, recommendations and lessons learnt.
Responsible for selection of potential micro-grants and ensure effective coordination with supply chain team to timely procure the items.
Updated purchase list description for Microgrants in cooperation with the beneficiaries.
Delivery of MG's equipment to beneficiaries in coordination with the procurement team in field.
Post distribution monitoring (PDMs) to Microgrants distributed.
Provide coaching to each Microgrant beneficiary (startup business, asset replacement, scaleup business) on regular basis (once a month for 3 months) using DRC tools by field visit to businesses, where feasible. Or on phone.
Provide coaching to each start up business and asset replacement beneficiary on regular basis (twice a month for 3 months) using DRC tools, visit businesses, where feasible.
Identify other technical support required and how to meet it as part of the coaching plan.
Create mini-Communities of Practice between similar MG/AR recipients.
Support the establishment of approval mechanisms and tools for MGs/ARs
Prepare comprehensive reports after training closure and finalize all relevant activities including success stories, recommendations and lessons learnt
Attend field level meetings when required and providing detailed reports to the Line Manager.
Perform other duties as required.
University or technical institute degree in any of the Economics, Administration, Business Management, Finance, International Relations, Development studies, computer science or other degree with years of relevant experience.
Fluent in Arabic- written and spoken is essential.
Good written English skills.
Fluent spoken English is preferred but not essential.