Job Summary

    Reporting to the Project Manager, the Food Security and Livelihood (FSL) Officer is responsible for the daily planning, implementation, supervision, monitoring, and reporting of food security and livelihoods activities. S/he will ensure proper coordination with stakeholders and work from Gaziantep on Food Security and Livelihoods in NWS. Additionally, S/he will be part of the team responsible for preparing new project proposals and implementing current activities.

Position Requirements

    The needed qualifications:

    • Background in the humanitarian context and has been working with NGOs for three years at least.
    • Good experience in implementing livestock projects (Vaccination, Artificial insemination, livestock value chain is preferable)
    • The agriculture engineering and veterinarian candidates are preferable.


    1- Develop project plans that outline the objectives, scope, timeline, and budget for initiatives related to food security and agriculture.

    2- Collaborate with government agencies, local communities, farmers, NGOs, and other stakeholders to ensure project buy-in and successful implementation.

    3- Conduct assessments to identify the specific needs and challenges related to food security in a given area.

    4- Design and develop programs that address identified needs, such as crop improvement, livestock management, irrigation, and sustainable farming practices.

    5- Monitor and manage project budgets to ensure that resources are allocated efficiently.

    6- Acquire necessary resources, such as seeds, fertilizers, equipment, and infrastructure, to support project goals.

    7- Organize training sessions and workshops for farmers and local communities to build their capacity in modern and sustainable agricultural practices.

    8- Implement systems for tracking project progress and evaluating its impact on food security in the targeted areas.

    9- Prepare regular reports and communicate project updates and outcomes to donors, partners, The FSL cluster, and ERL cluster and stakeholders.

    10- Promote environmentally sustainable practices and technologies to ensure long-term agricultural resilience and food security.

    11- Identify potential risks and challenges related to the project and develop strategies to mitigate them.

    12- Work closely with local communities to involve them in project activities, address their concerns, and ensure their participation.

    13- Collaborate with other organizations, clusters and agencies working in the same field to leverage resources and expertise.

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