Programme Policy Officer (Data Analyst CBT) - NOA- Kabul
World Food Programme
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Job Title: Programme Policy Officer (Data Analyst CBT)
Type of contract: Fixed Term
Duration: 12 Months (Extendable)
Duty Station: Kabul
Vacancy Number: 829335
Date of Publication: 06 Sep 2023
Deadline of Application: 20 Sep 2023
This vacancy announcement is for Afghan nationals only and WFP encourages especially Afghan females and Afghans with disabilities to apply.
The World Food Programme (WFP) is the leading humanitarian organization saving lives and changing lives, delivering food assistance in emergencies and working with communities to improve nutrition and build resilience.
The hunger crisis in Afghanistan is unfolding at a rapid pace, with 15 million of population now facing acute food insecurity. Work opportunities are shrinking, with most households now reporting just one day of work per week. This comes on top of the worst drought in years, which is especially concerning for the 85 percent of the population who rely on agriculture for livelihoods.
Preventing and mitigating a drastic increase in hunger and malnutrition is the aim of WFP in Afghanistan which can only be achieved through the scaled up and sustained complementary food security and nutrition interventions, combined with a scale-up of resilience interventions to safeguard gains. WFP has embarked on a significant month on month scale-up of its crisis response and resilience programmes across the country, ensuring that the programme is delivered at the right scale and time, targeted to the right areas. WFP is also actively following up on evolving trends to pre-empt hotspots, while guaranteeing quality and maximum impact of the programme through the monitoring of these hotspots to be able to support continued donor advocacy.
To provide support to policy and program activities that effectively meet food assistance needs.
- Contribute to design and implementation of CBT information systems in the Country Office
- Manage and maintain CBT datasets to ensure information is organised and readily available for CO and AO teams.
- Understand the data requirements and gather relevant data from various sources.
- Develop CBT dashboards, including planned and implementation figures, as well as trends.
- Triangle different data sources, including funding, financial, beneficiary, monitoring and CFM data to identify anomalies and improve CBT programme design.
- Perform all monthly analysis for different CBT datasets available.
- Provide technical trainings on data analysis to CBT CO and AO teams.
- Understand the business rules for programme activities in the country office, document business logic and data mapping rules.
- Ensure secure and timely ingestion of beneficiary datasets into the central database.
- Maintain beneficiary datasets to ensure that information is organised, updated and readily available as needed.
- Check the data for accuracy, consistency, authenticity and relevance with programme requirements.
- Implement business rules for cleaning, de-duplicating, cross-checking and preparing beneficiary lists
13. Perform data cleaning, organization and analysis and set up regular reporting templates (dashboards) in line with specified business requirements for CBT at country level using visualization software (e.g. Tableau, ArcGIS, Power BI, Qlikview, etc.).
14. Contribute to the preparation of technical systems documentation for developed IT solutions in order to facilitate IT systems development and maintenance.
15. Ensure standard operating procedures are in place to ensure the quality and integrity of quantitative & qualitative data as well as processes for storage, management, and visualization of CO CBT data.
16. Contribute to the preparation of materials and the delivery of trainings on automated business processes to ensure efficient and effective use of IT systems
17. Present analytical results to business stakeholders, CO and AO management
18. Perform other duties as required.
STANDARD MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
- Advanced University degree in one of the following fields: statistics, development economics, performance management, monitoring and evaluation, computer science, engineering, management information systems or other related fields, or First University degree with additional years of relevant work experience and/or training/courses.
- At least one (1) year of postgraduate professional experience; in data management, analysis and/or visualization, including strong experience in working with large data sets and summarizing data for business. Past experience working on a multi-cultural organization is desirable.
Knowledge & Skills:
- Experience working with large data sets and summarizing data for business.
- Familiarity with data warehousing and business intelligence concepts.
- Data storing and retrieving skills.
- Experience using visualization tools (Tableau, Qlikview, etc.) and setting up dashboards.
- Ability to capture requirements and translate into insights.
- Facilitation and teaching skills related to data management and visualization.
- Knowledge/Familiarity with Python or R and/or a willingness to learn them is a strong plus.
- Experience in working in a multicultural environment.
- Fluency (Level C) in both oral and written communication in English, Dari and/or Pashto
HOW TO APPLY
To be considered, interested candidates are invited to apply via (https://www.wfp.org/careers/job-openings).Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.
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