ACT Alliance: Humanitarian PMER Officer – Ukraine Appeal

Duty station: Ukraine hosted by an ACT member
Contract type: Local contract
Duration: Until end of appeal period, i.e., end February 2024
Worktime: 100% FTE
Target start date: Beginning of Sept 2022
Travel: Occasional to Geneva and/or field locations
Experience: 5 years minimum with project or program coordination & monitoring responsibilities.

Application deadline: 31 August 2022

About ACT Alliance
ACT Alliance is the largest coalition of Protestant and Orthodox churches and church-related organisations engaged in humanitarian, development and advocacy work in the world, consisting of more than 135 members working together in over 120 countries to create positive and sustainable change in the lives of poor and marginalised people regardless of their religion, politics, gender, sexual orientation, race or nationality in keeping with the highest international codes and standards. For more details about the general work of ACT, please refer to    

Major functions
ACT Alliance is looking for a Humanitarian Planning Monitoring, Evaluations and Reporting Officer for its Ukraine Appeal. The post’s major functions include development of a PMER framework for the ACT Alliance Ukraine Appeal (UKR221), together with requesting (implementing) member organisations to the appeal. The post holder will strengthen the quality of PMER for all requesting members in the appeal and the secretariat by providing technical assistance and guidance across all relevant areas of PMER – planning, monitoring, evaluation/review, reporting, learning and accountability. She/he will provide capacity building support in PMER to staff of requesting members and the secretariat as required. The PMER Officer will work in close collaboration with the PMER/MEAL teams in requesting member organisations to coordinate data collection, analysis, feedback from affected populations and information to inform operational planning, decision-making and quality programming. She/he will also support the work of other appeals if capacity allows.

For the full ToR click on: ACT Humanitarian PMER Officer Ukraine

Interested and qualified candidates should send only their CV and a cover letter, in English and by email only, to by 31/08/2022 (24.00 CET). Please put “PMER Officer Ukraine in the subject line and name your documents: “Firstname lastname CV” and “Firstname lastname Cover letter”. Female candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.  

ACT adheres to the SCHR misconduct scheme As such, ACT will contact the current and/or former employer of the preferred candidate as part of reference checking, asking them to fill in a Statement of Conduct. When applying for this position, please confirm in the body of the email that you give your consent to ACT asking your current/former employer for a Statement of Conduct should you be the preferred candidate and that you will provide the contact details of the relevant HR person/department that can provide such a statement.  

Please note that only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.