Research Manager – Humanitarian Unit

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Last update: 10 days ago Last update: Aug 4, 2022


Deadline: Sep 5, 2022
Location: Tunisia Tunisia
Organization: IMPACT Initiatives
Sectors: Humanitarian Aid & Emergency, Research Humanitarian Aid & Emergency, Research
Job type: Contract, 4 to 12 months
English English
Work experience: From 3 years
Date posted: Aug 4, 2022
Expected starting date: As soon as possible



We are currently looking for a Research Manager to support our Humanitarian Unit team in Libya.

The overall goal of the RM will be to ensure the smooth running of activities, and he/she will be responsible for the implementation and completion of the various work streams within the unit. This will include operational and programmatic oversight of the Multi Sector Needs Assessments (MSNA), as well as sectoral assessments, and the Data Team. As a member of the Senior Management Team (SMT), providing input to the strategic development of REACH in Libya.

Under the management of the Country Coordinator (CC), the Research Manager – Humanitarian Unit oversees the programs and staff within the Humanitarian Unit. The candidate should be comfortable representing IMPACT with donors and be able to coordinate and liaise with a range of senior external partners, incl. sectors.

Within this Unit, the Research Manager leads the IMPACT team to achieve program excellence and ensure the highest level of impact and accountability, while ensuring compliance to IMPACT’s guidelines and standards.
As part of the country’s Senior Management team, she/he contributes to the development and implementation of IMPACT’s country strategy, and promotes organizational vision and core values across the mission.

In his/her mission, the Research Manager – Humanitarian Unit will be hosted by ACTED and will fall under the direct responsibility and management of ACTED’s Country Director and his/her delegates for all Administrative, Security, Logistics and Finance issues. S/he will therefore fully abide by ACTED’s Security, HR, Administration and Logistics rules and regulations, and, in coordination with ACTED, will ensure IMPACT staff in his/her unit abide by them.