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Food Security and Livelihoods field Officer/1081

  • Puesto: Food Security and Livelihoods field Officer/1081
  • Organización: Acción contra el hambre
  • Fecha límite: 15 de Junio de 2018
  • Lugar: Líbano,Tyre
  • Método de contacto:


Durée : 2 Months

Date de prise de poste : 24-May-2018

Objectif général du poste


Under the supervision of Livelihood Deputy Program Manager, the FSL Field Officer is responsible for the daily technical planning, supervision, implementation, monitoring and reporting of field activities related to public awareness, training, capacity building, within a livelihood programme funded by WFP, and for ensuring proper coordination with municipalities, other authorities, beneficiaries and related ACF departments.

The position requires extensive fieldwork and movement in Hasbaya, Marjeyoun and Nabatieh Districts  the project is implemented in Chebaa.

Principales responsabilités


Objective 1 - Technical planning, implementation, supervision and monitoring of the field activities (70%)

  • To provide support to the FSL Programme Manager for the design of the livelihoods and training activities
  • Under the guidance of Deputy Program Manager and/or FSL Program Manager, conduct daily training sessions on Nutrition and Sustainable Agriculture as per the curriculum validated by the donor (WFP)
  • To conduct livelihoods activities in the field under the guidance of the Deputy Programme Manager (awareness sessions, input distribution, other trainings, set up, maintenance, monitoring, reporting, etc.)
  • To conduct household visits, focus group discussions and key informant interviews upon the request of Deputy Program Manager and/or FSL Program Manager
  • Daily follow up for the cash for work activities with the civil engineer and the municipality focal point, to support the project engineer
  • Monitor the conformity of the field works (trainings, field visits, meeting, etc?) with the standards of Action Against Hunger, and as per the agreed activity planned, BoQs and contracts.
  • Ensure the timely implementation of field works as per the predefined schedule.
  • Inform and document the anomalies and the challenges carried out during the implementation phase of the program, and immediately inform the programme manager
  • Keep administration of the activities under his/her supervision (for instance, attendance lists, collection of invoices, delivery notes, etc)

Objective 2 - Stakeholder coordination (10%)

  • Field coordination with local partners on best implementation including participants, local farmers and communities affected by the project activities.
  • Field coordinate with local authorities and ensuring continuous communication with beneficiaries and communities representatives regarding the implementation of works and in order to ensure a flawless progress of activities.
  • Support in building relationships between Action Against Hunger, district authorities, municipalities and communities.

Objective 3 - Data collection and reporting. (20%)

  • File, document and report work progress to his/her line manager on a daily basis
  • Regular reporting of work progress to the FSL Programme Managers, Deputy Program Manager.
  • Immediately report any possible problem or conflict during the activities.
  • Report the use of materials and possible improvement.

Objective 4 - Security


  • Respect the security rules specified in the mission and base security plan, see to it that the team under his/her responsibility complies with the security plan and perform the security management tasks that can be assigned in its protocols.
  • Communicate to the security managers of the working location any security related information or noncompliance with the security plan

Objective 5 - Support humanitarian activities of Action Against Hunger

  • Support the emergency interventions of the organization as per the employee´s abilities.
  • Support any activity that helps reaching our humanitarian goals, as per the employee´s abilities.

Correspondez-vous au profil que nous recherchons ?


  • Training/ Education: Bachelor´s degree in agronomy, food security or any related field.
  • Technical specific knowledge: Food security and livelihoods, agriculture, nutrition.
  • Knowledge and experience in applying humanitarian principles.
  • Previous experience: 1-year experience working in humanitarian action or development.
  • Demonstrated experience working with refugee or vulnerable populations.
  • Demonstrated experience in capacity building programs and/or in conducting trainings.
  • Experience in child care practices and nutrition programmes is a plus
  • Humanitarian sector knowledge: Good team worker, good listener, strong communication skills, good animator and facilitator.
  • Action Against Hunger knowledge: Not essential
  • Languages: Excellent Arabic (speaking, reading, writing). Working English (speaking).
  • IT and specific systems: Good command of MS Office, especially in PowerPoint.
  • Mobility (national/ international): South Lebanon. The position requires travels to Chebaa on a regular basis with possible overnight stays in Marjayoun.

Notre paquet remuneratif

We offer immediate incorporation to a dynamic international network with the following remuneration package:

  • Based in: Tyre
  • Area: FSL
  • Formal work contract: 2 months
  • Salary: from 1,830,000 LBP to 2,180,000 LBP gross per month according to candidate´s previous experience (according to standard list of Action Against Hunger - Spain). Action Against Hunger - Spain remuneration system allows a salary progression based on the annual development appraisal.Action Against Hunger - Spain remuneration system allows a salary progression based on the annual development appraisal.
  • LBP 8,000 daily transportation allowance on working days
  • Social security registration and NSSF family allowance if eligible
  • Complementary health insurance for you and your dependents
  • Work accident insurance
  • Life insurance (after 3 months of contract)
  • School allowance for your children if eligible as per the official decrees (paid each year October)
  • 1.5 days of paid holidays per month
  • Approx. 18 days per year of public holidays
  • Many training opportunities



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