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1- Investigation Manager

Responsibilities
  1. Investigation:
    1. Perform and lead investigations
  • Plan, lead and perform investigations of allegations of fraud or misconduct in accordance with ACTED Anti-fraud policy, ACTED Anti-Terrorism and Anti-Money Laundering Policy and ACTED Conflict of interest policy and applicable professional standards;
  • Plan, lead and perform investigation scoping, planning, fieldwork (set-up of the investigation team, document analysis, interviews, field visits, oversight of staff, etc.);
  • Development of the investigation methodology and implementation of investigation process;
    1. Reporting and lessons learned
  • Prepare reports and presentations for the ACTED Group Transparency, Compliance and Investigation Director, HQ and/or Country Directors, Board and Audit Committee meetings related to investigation and hotline performance and effectiveness;
  • Provide recommendations to T&C Director in regards to the internal control system to reduce vulnerability to fraud, abuse and waste;
  • Develop processes and systems for the tracking of findings related to internal system failures / weaknesses / gaps and recommendations for remediation identified in investigations; and disciplinary actions / terminations of employees; Create dashboards and related tools to measure progress on remediation and effectiveness of controls;
  • Ensure that fraud risks and lessons learned from investigations are shared internally and incorporated into ACTED policies and procedures; drafting of risk mitigation plans in coordination with functional directors;
  • Advise and support country teams and relevant HQ functional teams in the development of effective corrective and remedial action plans in response to investigation findings, Internal Audit reports, and other relevant sources including external audits and other functional internal reviews;
  1. Trainings (anti-fraud sensitization trainings, Investigation methodology, screening process):
    1. Develop awareness training materials on anti-fraud and complaint mechanisms in close collaboration with functional departments to enable staff to better prevent and identify potential cases of fraud or breaches of the CoC;
    2. Develop training / sensitization materials that encourage third parties (staff, partners, suppliers, etc.) to report suspected cases of fraud, money laundering, conflicts of interest and other improprieties without fear of retaliation;
    3. Develop training materials on Investigation methodology for country coordination and the screening process for country coordination and for staff;
    4. Provide training sessions on ACTED policies and procedures related to fraud prevention and detection, investigation mechanisms, or conduct in the event of corruption as well as the screening process;
  2. Other: 
    1. Provide support on the implementation of ACTED’s Conflict of Interest Prevention Policy;
    2. Conduct regular checks on the Conflict of Interest Prevention Policy implementation;
Qualification:
  • Bachelor’s degree in Compliance, Risk Management, Finance, Audit, or related field
  • 2 + years of supervisory experience

  • Benefits:
  • Contract duration is 6 Months renewable based on budget and performance
  • Basic monthly Salary of 1626 JODs
  • Health Insurance 
  • Social Security 
  • 2.0 days is the monthly annual leave


2- REACH Emergency Response Team Assessment Officer

Assignment:
The REACH Emergency Response Team Assessment Officer is responsible for supporting the implementation of the REACH Emergency Response assessments in Syria. This includes assessment conceptualization, research design, preparation, supporting as-needed on training of field staff and partner enumerators, supervision of data collection, partner coordination, follow-up, analysis, data cleaning, output creation and dissemination of information products.
The overall goal of the Assessment Officer will be to support in raising the technical knowledge and expertise of the REACH Emergency Response team In order to strengthen the quality and efficiency of REACH assessments/research cycles.

Functions:
Objective: Technical support to Emergency Response Team Focal Point in the creation of timely, accurate and coherent research outputs

  • Support on designing and implementing REACH Emergency Response assessment strategy and methodology and corresponding analytical frameworks in Syria, in collaboration with donors, clusters, sectoral working groups and other humanitarian organizations;
  • Ensuring the writing of timely and accurate assessment reports and factsheets with the integration of cluster and/or partner feedback;
  • Manage project timeframes and assessment schedules and work with field staff to design and implement REACH assessment procedures;
  • Supporting the development/revision of assessment/program strategies, reports or new proposals;
  • Under the supervision of REACH HSM Unit Research Manager and Emergency Response Team Focal Point, external representation of REACH with Donors, Partners and the wider Humanitarian actors through clusters and sectoral working groups;
  • Ensuring that assessment strategies are implemented in a structured and coherent manner in line with project and strategic objectives;
  • Coordinating and ensuring timely data collection, follow-ups, cleaning, analysis and, in partnership with GIS/Database team, mapping of datasets and ensuring that all collected data are geo-referenced;
  • Reviewing data collection tools, datasets, and information products on the humanitarian situation in northeast Syria;
  • Training REACH assessment field staff to ensure a smooth and timely implementation of activities;
  • Working closely with the GIS team to ensure that geospatial information needs are addressed in a constructive way 
Qualifications, Skills & Competencies 
  • Excellent academic qualifications, including a Master’s degree in relevant discipline;
  • 1 year of relevant working experience in a humanitarian setting
  • Advanced technical skills, including ideally all or most of the following:
  1. Strong analytical skills, including ability to identify outliers and key trends (required);
  2. Advanced Excel skills (required);
  3. Strong coding skills (required, preference for R and/or Python);
  4. Ability to build and manage databases/dashboards independently (required);
  5. Experience with cleaning and analysing large data sets (required);
  6. Ability to operate Python, STATA and/or SPSS (ideal);
  7. Good understanding of using various sampling frameworks (ideal);
  • A sense of curiosity and drive to work to improve information gaps in the humanitarian sector;
  • A self-starter with a strong existing ability to work independently;
  • Ability to operate in a cross-cultural and cross-country environment, requiring flexibility;
  • Fluency in English required;
  • Excellent communication and drafting skills for effective reporting, an asset;
  • Experience conducting temporal or spatial trends analysis, an asset;
  • Familiarity with the aid system, and understanding of donor and governmental requirements, an asset;
  • Prior knowledge of the Syrian context, an asset;
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills.
Benefits 
  • Basic monthly salary of 1059 JODs
  • 6 months contract (renewed based on performance & buget) 
  • Social Security 
  • Health Insurance 
  • 2.0 days monthly paid leave


3- REACH Information Management Officer

Assignment 
The REACH Emergency Response Team Assessment Officer is responsible for supporting the implementation of the REACH Emergency Response assessments in Syria. This includes assessment conceptualization, research design, preparation, supporting as-needed on training of field staff and partner enumerators, supervision of data collection, partner coordination, follow-up, analysis, data cleaning, output creation and dissemination of information products.
The overall goal of the Assessment Officer will be to support in raising the technical knowledge and expertise of the REACH Emergency Response team In order to strengthen the quality and efficiency of REACH assessments/research cycles.
Functions
Objective: Technical support to Emergency Response Team Focal Point in the creation of timely, accurate and coherent research outputs
  • Support on designing and implementing REACH Emergency Response assessment strategy and methodology and corresponding analytical frameworks in Syria, in collaboration with donors, clusters, sectoral working groups and other humanitarian organizations;
  • Ensuring the writing of timely and accurate assessment reports and factsheets with the integration of cluster and/or partner feedback;
  • Manage project timeframes and assessment schedules and work with field staff to design and implement REACH assessment procedures;
  • Supporting the development/revision of assessment/program strategies, reports or new proposals;
  • Under the supervision of REACH HSM Unit Research Manager and Emergency Response Team Focal Point, external representation of REACH with Donors, Partners and the wider Humanitarian actors through clusters and sectoral working groups;
  • Ensuring that assessment strategies are implemented in a structured and coherent manner in line with project and strategic objectives;
  • Coordinating and ensuring timely data collection, follow-ups, cleaning, analysis and, in partnership with GIS/Database team, mapping of datasets and ensuring that all collected data are geo-referenced;
  • Reviewing data collection tools, datasets, and information products on the humanitarian situation in northeast Syria;
  • Training REACH assessment field staff to ensure a smooth and timely implementation of activities;
  • Working closely with the GIS team to ensure that geospatial information needs are addressed in a constructive way

Qualifications, Skills & Competencies 
  • Excellent academic qualifications, including a Master’s degree in relevant discipline;
  • 1 year of relevant working experience in a humanitarian setting
  • Advanced technical skills, including ideally all or most of the following:
  • Strong analytical skills, including ability to identify outliers and key trends (required);
  • Advanced Excel skills (required);
  • Strong coding skills (required, preference for R and/or Python);
  • Ability to build and manage databases/dashboards independently (required);
  • Experience with cleaning and analysing large data sets (required);
  • Ability to operate Python, STATA and/or SPSS (ideal);
  • Good understanding of using various sampling frameworks (ideal);
  • A sense of curiosity and drive to work to improve information gaps in the humanitarian sector;
  • A self-starter with a strong existing ability to work independently;
  • Ability to operate in a cross-cultural and cross-country environment, requiring flexibility;
  • Fluency in English required;
  • Excellent communication and drafting skills for effective reporting, an asset;
  • Experience conducting temporal or spatial trends analysis, an asset;
  • Familiarity with the aid system, and understanding of donor and governmental requirements, an asset;
  • Prior knowledge of the Syrian context, an asset;
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills.
Benefits
  • Basic monthly salary of 1059 JODs
  • 6 months contract (renewed based on performance & buget) 
  • Social Security 
  • Health Insurance 
  • 2.0 days monthly paid leave

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