The Movement Cooperation Field Officer will be supporting operational activities related to ICRC movement cooperation’s strategies and programmes according to the objectives set.

  • Contributes to implementing the operational partnership between the ICRC and the National Societies by working closely with colleagues to develop joint procedures and partnership agreements
  • Identifies the National Society’s strength’s and weaknesses to better set strategy and objectives for capacity-building and clearly communicates them to colleagues in the delegation (also communicates the National Society staff)
  • Contributes to the definition of operational and capacity-building programme strategies, provides support to the National Societies on legal and statuory matters
  • Contributes to organizing meetings, supports the Movement Cooperation Coordinator on issues related to the movement, coordinates and conducts meetings with relevant stakeholders, partners and other organizations operating in the humanitarian field
  • Encourages operational staff of both institutions to take initiatives and propose potential areas for operational partnership
  • Ensures that National Society provides operational and financial reports on a regular basis and according to established formats and procedures; provides training and regular required coaching in and reporting to the National Society staff

Required Qualifications:

  • University degree, certification in project management will be viewed as an asset
  • At least 3-5 years of relevant work experience, international humanitarian work experience will be viewed as an asset
  • Excellent knowledge of spoken and written English, Armenian, Russian
  • Computer proficiency
  • Excellent organizational skills, ability to take initiative and to work independently
  • Able to create a conductive environment
  • Disciplined and accurate personality
  • Advanced communication and negotiation skills

About The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) Delegation in Armenia

Established in 1863, the ICRC operates worldwide, helping people affected by conflict and armed violence and promoting the laws that protect victims of war. An independent and neutral organization, its mandate stems essentially from the Geneva Convention