Cash and Voucher Assistance Delegate – Ukraine

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Cash and Voucher Assistance (CVA) Delegate – Ukraine
Location: Kyiv, Ukraine
Contract Type: Fixed Term Contract (1 year)
Salary: £33, 883 – £37,409 per annum + £1,260.88 monthly allowance + location based allowances

Could you provide crucial specialist experience in the field of Cash and Voucher Assistance (CVA) to the Ukrainian Red Cross Society?

The Cash and Voucher Assistance Delegate will provide technical oversight, guidance, and support on CVA activities to the Ukraine Red Cross Society (URCS) Branches supported by the British Red Cross (BRC).

About the Role

The CVA Delegate – Ukraine will provide technical support and thought leadership to national CVA and the development and rollout of integrated cash initiatives at local level for people with specific needs. They will advise on and guide all BRC CVA engagement in Ukraine as programming develops.

The role will build capacity and provide guidance and support along the programme cycle, including assessment of cash feasibility and response options. The CVA Delegate will also support URCS Branches in identifying the key external stakeholders to engage with at Oblast level.

Key Responsibilities:

Support, plan and strengthen the cash feasibility assessment and market analysis in line with URCS capacity.
Support URCS branch operational teams to conduct a robust response options analysis.
Support URCS branches with programme implementation and monitoring.
Identify and work with Branch counterparts from the outset, building and operationalising a joint understanding of cash assistance.
Provide capacity building and coaching in cash preparedness to Branch staff and volunteers.

What we are looking for…

Demonstrable experience of working in a relevant role or sector, and strong knowledge of cash assistance within the International Humanitarian System or International Development context.

Proven experience in cash and market-based assessments and designing a project with a cash component.

Knowledge of training design. Proven skills in managing and coaching teams in multi-faceted projects.

Experience with coordinating and advocating to external stakeholders.
(Please read the full Role Profile/ Job Description for more information about this vacancy including responsibilities and full person specification)

About the team

As a member of the International Directorate you will be part of a directorate responsible for BRC’s international humanitarian response and disaster management, support to resilience programmes and organisational development of our partner Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies around the world. The work of the International Directorate also includes humanitarian policy and advocacy activities and upholding and promoting International Humanitarian Law. British Red Cross’ international work is carried out in coordination and partnership with the International Red Cross & Red Crescent Movement.

Closing date for applications is 23:59 on Monday, 20th March 2023.

Should you have any questions on this role please email us at quoting the job title.

We offer a wide range of staff benefits, these include:

Accommodation while on deployment
Subsistence and location-based allowances while overseas
Travel to and from the country of posting, plus long service flights
Comprehensive insurance, including medical, personal effects and life insurance
Pre and post assignment medicals and access to excellent health and wellbeing benefits
Access to a pension, which you can join at any time during your contract
Generous leave entitlement (36 days incl. public holidays)

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A little bit more about us…

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Impartiality and neutrality have been central values for the Red Cross since we started.

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