Job Detail

Senior Camp Coordination/Camp Management (SCCCM) Assistant

Date Posted: 2018-11-15 04:13:13
  • Position Number::

  • Category:

  • Grade:

    GS - 5
  • Years of Experience:

    5 Years
  • Duty Stations:

    Maiduguri - Borno State
  • Duration of Contract:

    Two Months
  • Contract Type:

    Temporary Appointment



The Sub-Office has real need for Senior CCCM Assistant attached to the sector to look at; mapping support to sector in areas of: NFI Partners presence mapping, Shelter gap mapping and NFI gap mapping, collection of GIS data, update maps and undertake field trips to project sites. The staff member will be cleaning 5W data received from partners and consolidate (for sector): Contact sector partners at the end of every month to collect the data, consolidate for analysis and producing product which are 5W dependent.


Under the direct supervision of the Assistant Shelter Officer, the incumbent will have the following duties and responsibilities:


  • Support Cluster Chair Coordinator in developing and/or improving information management within the cluster, including the development of standardized databases which can be used to capture relevant information for monitoring and planning purposes.
  • Initiate measures to ensure that principles of partnership are fully respected in managing coordination mechanism.
  • Participate in the Manual/ electronic registration of IDPs, refugee Returnees and Returnees.
  • Support and collaborate with SEMA/NEMA in site management activities.
  • Monitor the living conditions in IDP sites, define gaps and prioritize needs.
  • Support to roll out the trainings needed to the committees, community leaders and the IDPs.
  • Alert the Camp manager and CCCM/Shelter/NFI sector on new arrivals and departures, to ensure a rapid response.
  • Collect information on regular basis and share with the Shelter/NFI/CCCM sector
  • Report the information timely as outlined by agency
  • Support and Coordinate camp management activities in camp sites.
  • Ensure clarification of roles and responsibilities amongst stakeholders in the site, for maintenance of site infrastructures with a focus on sustainability and community/local government ownership.
  • Support the implementation of effective and easily accessible referral mechanisms in relevant technical sectors in close collaboration with relevant stakeholders.
  • Ensure an effective complaints and feedback mechanism that is accessible to all camp residents.
  • Ensure the mobilization and participation of the site and host populations in the site governance system with particular emphasis on meaningful inclusion of women, children, elderly and persons with specific needs into decision-making processes.
  • Advocate for the legitimate needs and rights of the site population through liaison with SEMA/NEMA, humanitarian service providers and other actors.
  • Support camp management agencies and local authorities as they facilitate the search for durable solutions for the displaced population.
  • Commit to enforce and advocate for decisions taken by the CCCM/NFI/Shelter sector working group at field level. Disseminate relevant policy guidelines and technical standards developed by the CCCM sector working group lead agencies;
  • Support in maintaining site information management systems and monitor service provision including cross-cutting services such as prevention and response to sexual and gender-based violence (SGBV), health, psychosocial support and HIV among others in all sectors of the site according to agree upon guidelines, standards and indicators.
  • Establish and maintain, in collaboration with the authorities, effective intra-site coordination mechanisms among service providers and partners.
  • Coordinate the delivery of protection activities for the protection cluster members other local partners and relevant authorities.
  • Establish camp based coordination through support to CCCM camp team
  • Key Informant and referrals on campsite issues
  • Community based interviews aimed at understanding and prioritizing the immediate needs of IDPs and Returnees
  • Support shelter based intervention and other intervention of stakeholders
  • Post distribution monitoring of shelter and items allocations done by stakeholders
  • Facilitate cash component of shelter materials/kits provision to targeted households
  • Post distribution monitoring of the shelter material project.
  • Support camp management agencies and local authorities as they facilitate the search for durable solutions for the displaced population.


  • Completion of the Secondary Education with post-secondary training in Law, Political Science, Economics, International Relations, Business Administration, Social Science or related fields
  • Minimum 5 years professional experience and additional training/experience in Business Administration, Law, Political Science or related field.
  • Competent in spoken & written English and local languages of the communities
  • Completion of UNHCR learning programmes or specific training relevant to functions of the position.


  • Good judgement and decision making skills.
  • Analytical thinking and resource management skills.
  • Knowledge of camp management/ monitoring highly desirable.
  • Relevant experience in related field is highly desirable
  • Stakeholder Management.

Job Deadline : Expired

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