Cesvi works in Libya since 2011. Following the turmoil of mid 2014 the expatriate staff has been temporarily evacuated, guaranteeing the management by remote. From 2016 the remote management is done from Tunisia and based on evaluation of existing situation Cesvi plans to return with key expatriate staff to Tripoli with key initial staff ,based on on-going security assessment. Cesvi provide a strength and enhanced integrated service in order to address the specific needs in term of protection of Refugees, Asylum Seekers and Mixed Migrant Communities affected by the ongoing unstable situation in Libya. Ongoing emergency projects ( cash transfer, cfs, protection / case management and GBV ) are implemented in Bengazhi and Tripoli.


The collaboration will start in August 2017.
The main duty station will be the Country Office in Tunis, with field visits to Tripoli if the security conditions allow it.

Lead Cesvi in establishing performance measures, planning, and managing evaluations and assisting expatriate and local staff in using the performance information for decision-making and resource allocation;
Create a framework and procedures for a common monitoring and evaluation plan across all projects; design an M&E template which will include common key project performance indicators
Direct supervision of two meal officers based in Tripoli for collection and consolidation of data regarding ongoing projects
Develop monthly and quarterly reports in order to discover trends and patterns of program implementation; keep program activities on schedule; and measures progress towards objectives and formulates revised action;
Participating to the identification, analysis and drafting of new project proposals
Attending C&M Working Groups.


Development Cooperation background with University Degree in human right law, social science, or development work or another relevant topic.

Minimum 4 years of experience in the design and implementation of M&E in emergency program ( cash assistance / protection / GBV) implemented by national/international NGOs/UN bodies/Governments.

Experience in designing tools and strategies for data collection, analysis, and production of reports.

Strong training and facilitation skills.

Experience in multi-purpose cash (MPCT) for basic needs response.

A good understanding of refugees, Internally Displaced Person (IDP) issues particularly those related to conflict and stabilization.

Clear understanding of M&E systems, CALP guidelines, and core humanitarian standards

Demonstrated experience in managing monitoring data and systems

Able to develop cooperation and teamwork, capable to create and maintain a positive work environment and to maintain high performance for self and others

Exceptional ability to work under pressure with attention to detail

Fluency in written and spoken English

Strong computer skills including Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook and Power Point


Prior experience in Middle East – Northern African countries and/or other complex areas

Prior experience in remote management

Demonstrated attention to detail, ability to follow procedures, meet deadlines and work cooperatively

Skills in developing, delivering and evaluating training for staff members

Effective team membership integration ability

Highly flexible and leadership skills

Excellent problem-solving and analytical skills

Knowledge of French

Knowledge of Arabic

Unfortunately, due to the high number of applications we receive we are unable to provide feedback if unsuccessful at applicant stage. Only short-listed candidates will be updated on the status of their application.