14 Feb 2019

Norwegian Refugee Council Job Vacancy : CaLP Regional Representative

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We are looking for a Regional Representative to lead forward CaLP’s work in East and Southern Africa.  This is a job for someone who believes in what we do, who is a self-starter, who likes a challenge, who wants to influence humanitarian action, who likes making things happen, who has patience and determination. In summary, this is a great job in the world of cash and voucher assistance!

The Cash Learning Partnership (CaLP) is a global partnership of humanitarian actors engaged in policy, practice and research within Cash and Voucher Assistance (CVA). CaLP currently has over 80 members including UN agencies, donors, local NGOs, international NGOs and private sector organisations. Going beyond the membership, we work with many other agencies and individuals.  CaLP is based on learning, knowledge sharing, networking, policy and coordination around the appropriate and timely use of CVA in humanitarian response. CaLP does not deliver Cash and Voucher Assistance directly.

The purpose of this job is to work with humanitarian actors to promote and support the best use of CVA to meet the needs of people affected by crisis. The postholder:


Lead the development and management of CaLP’s work in East and Southern Africa to achieve CaLP’s vision and mission.

Represent CaLP and provide thought leadership in regional events and debates.

Contribute to the development of CaLP as a global network and build connections between global, regional and national debates, policy and practice.

Engage with humanitarian leaders (strategic and technical) within the region to promote and support improvements in the coordination of CVA and the adoption of best practice.

Lead the development of collective action among CaLP members and other actors with the aim of reducing CVA evidence gaps; improving practice and enhancing collaborative work.

Lead the development of CaLP’s capacity building work in the region, promoting on-line and face-to face capacity building opportunities and building strategic relationships to achieve goals.

Lead the development and management of an effective regional team, fostering opportunities for professional development and cross team working.


Interested?  Then please submit your application as follows:

A cover letter (max 1 side) explaining how your skills and experience make you the right person for this role.

In your letter, please indicate your current salary.

A CV of no more than 3 sides.


Please note, applications which do not follow the above guidance are unlikely to be reviewed.

This is a national position. 

CaLP  will consider funded secondments (minimum 18 months for this post) from anyone with right to work in Kenya.

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