The specialist in strategic coordination and differential approaches will be responsible for supporting the articulation, coordination and monitoring of the strategic plans established by the program with actors from the territorial, regional and national level, from the public and private spheres. He will be responsible for leading, designing and monitoring the operational plans and high-level technical committees established for the development of the actions and activities of the land and rural development program. It will supervise and verify the quality of inter-institutional management and coordination with territorial entities and key actors in the municipalities and intervention departments of the program.…
The Humanitarian Analyst is supervised by the Team Leader the VAT team. The main objectives of this position are to identify and use primary and secondary data sources relevant for humanitarian analysis. Provide the team with relevant information about the crisis, context and ideas. Provide analysis regarding Mercy Corps programming and crisis dynamics. Work effectively as a team member on all group goals. Produce situation, thematic and other reports produced by the HAT
The Project Technician will be responsible for coordination, in the areas where the project is developed in Cesar, and for all program activities; In addition, you should keep track and budget monitoring of the activities under your responsibility. Likewise, the Technician is responsible for leading and implementing the activities of the project, including coordinating and directing the activities of the facilitators.
The Monitoring and Evaluation Officer (OME) is supervised by the M&E Manager and in the absence of that by the Project Manager. OME supports the entire program team of the project. Likewise, it verifies that the beneficiaries are registered following the rules of Mercy Corps and the donor, manages and manages databases, indicators and works so that the objectives of the project are met effectively and according to the times established by the donor. It obtains statistics and manages other measuring and control instruments such as dashboards or strategy tables. Manages the system of complaints and suggestions of the beneficiaries…
The Project Technician will be responsible for coordination, in the areas where the project is carried out in Antioquia, and for all program activities; In addition, you should keep track and budget monitoring of the activities under your responsibility. Likewise, the Technician is responsible for leading and implementing the activities of the project, including coordinating and directing the activities of the facilitators
The position is held from the Mercy Corps office in Medellín - Antioquia, under the supervision of the Project Coordinator. The Administrative Assistant will be in charge of all the financial, accounting and administrative matters of the Mercy Corps office in Medellín: budget tracking, tax payment, accounting, control and supervision of expenses, verification of expense referrals, control of minor cash and any other financial, accounting or administrative matter arising from the main activity of the project: distribution of multipurpose cash (MPCA) to vulnerable population or others that may arise in the assigned department.
The Community LInk Technicians accompany and monitor the participants of the VenEsperanza program in the municipalities of the departments of La Guajira, Cesar, and Antioquia. Each Link Technicians is responsible for attending participants in up to 4 municipalities depending on the department. In each municipality, the link has to maintain a fixed schedule in a public space where participants can approach to ask for support. The Link Technicians represent Mercy Corps daily in front of participants, communities and other entities working in the area, including government agencies.
Provide psychosocial assistance services according to the care plan established by Mercy Corps under the Inclusive Rural Development - DRI program. Each psychosocial professional will provide occupational guidance and soft skills strengthening for entrepreneurship to 300 rural workers, distributed in 12 groups and psychosocial guidance for the prevention of gender-based violence - GBV to 200 rural women, distributed in 8 groups in the municipalities focused on the program (Balboa, Bolívar, Sucre, El Tambo, Miranda, and Cajibío).