Officer

Level

Grants & Project Development, Monitoring & Evaluation

Job Field

Moldova, Romania

Location

Moldova

Base

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We are currently looking for a highly qualified individual for the Project Development and M&E Officer position for Moldova and Romania.  

Following the start of the conflict in Ukraine, beginning February 24th, 2022, military hostilities have caused widespread damage to infrastructure and houses, hundreds of civilian deaths, disrupted markets and essential services, and precipitated massive displacement in Ukraine and neighboring countries. According to UNHCR data, over 84,000 refugees from Ukraine entered Romania, and over 86,000 refugees entered Moldova since the beginning of the displacement. Some of them continued their journey to other European countries, others are currently remaining in Romania and Moldova. The Romanian and Moldavian authorities have hence set up dozens of hosting centers (and more are being established) across their countries. Many refugees do not have ID papers or with limited financial resources. Given the martial law and mobilization of men in the conscription age in the conflict in Ukraine, most of the displaced crossing into Romania and Moldova are women and children, and the conflict with its’ emotional burden has a heavy toll on the already at-risk individuals. IMPACT Initiative proposes to support the setup and scale-up of the assessment and analysis systems required to inform joint planning and monitoring by government and humanitarian actors in such a complex and rapidly evolving situation.

Under the supervision of the Country Coordinator (CC), the Project Development and M&E Officer (PDO) is responsible for coordinating project development and leading on monitoring and evaluation for the Moldova and Romania response. The ideal candidate would be eager to work within a dynamic and motivated team and will have a clear focus on project development as a tool to improve the efficacy of the humanitarian response in Moldova and Romania.