|| Community Field Officer
Siren Associates was founded in 2009 and is a niche, not-for-profit organization that works across the Middle East on a range of security sector and broader public sector reform programming. Siren recruits high-caliber individuals from a range of sectors, bringing together multi-disciplinary teams and technological solutions (supported by its technology arm Siren Analytics) to enable effective change. Siren prides itself on its ability to develop sustainable solutions by working collaboratively with beneficiaries, marrying innovation with experience. Its management team actively promote a positive work environment and healthy work-life balance, to ensure that all staff develop and prosper. www.sirenassociates.com
Coordinate and support Siren’s capacity building work with local Community Based Organisations, Community Pioneers, and service providers to identify and implement community strengthening activities. This role will work in consultation with the Community Coordinator and Project Manager.
•Work with the Community Coordinator to identify Community Based Organisations and individuals providing effective protective services in their local communities.
•Identify appropriate local programming spaces to host meetings and events.
•Help coordinate capacity building activities on an ongoing basis, including at least one event per month in each target district, working in collaboration with Siren’s community police liaisons.
•Work with the wider project team to provide feedback on activities and recommend adjustments if required.
•Input into weekly activity reports and quarterly monitoring reports.
•Work with the admin and logistics and procurement team to support their work on the project.
•Coordinate with the M&E team, to support district-level project monitoring and evaluation against overall goals and specific objectives.
•Identify additional programming partners or opportunities.
•Ensure that the Community Coordinator is fully briefed on key successes, obstacles and opportunities for growth.
•A minimum of three years working on similar programming for local or international organisations
•Demonstrated knowledge of the operating context at local and governorate level and good contacts with a range of relevant actors
•Demonstrated experience in project cycle management
•Proven local knowledge, planning, assessment and analytical skills.
•Good English language written and oral skills.
•Adaptable and proactive
•Tact, social skills, and effective inter-personal communication.