This position will help to ensure sufficient Nutrition response capacity and enhanced leadership, accountability and predictability in Nutrition sector response, through building capacity of nutrition partners, preparing Humanitarian Response Plans (HRPs)/Humanitarian Needs Overview (HNOs) and monitoring of life saving activities.
Supports: All cluster partners and the National Nutrition Cluster Coordination Team
Duty Station: The incumbent will be based in the UNICEF-led National Nutrition Cluster Coordination Unit in Juba with regular visits to all crisis-affected states
The Nutrition Cluster Co-coordinator seconded by International Medical Corps in Nutrition Cluster will be managed by IMC South Sudan Country Mission. The Nutrition Cluster Co-coordinator will collaborate with the Nutrition Cluster Coordinator for implementation of day-to-day cluster activities according to the agreed Nutrition Cluster work plan. The Cluster Co-coordinator will be supervised by the IMC Nutrition Coordinator; and periodic performance appraisal of the Cluster Co-coordinator will be conducted by IMC management with inputs from the Cluster Coordinator against the deliverables of the present ToR and on specific tasks assigned to the Co-coordinator within the cluster work plan.
In collaboration with the Nutrition Cluster Coordinator and in collaboration with the National Ministry of Health, the Nutrition Cluster Co-coordinator will facilitate a timely and effective nutrition response in South Sudan and ensure that the capacity of local institutions is strengthened to respond to and coordinate emergency nutrition interventions that demonstrate results and impact achieved.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential function with or without reasonable accommodation. The tasks listed are representative of the nature and level of work assigned and are not necessarily all-inclusive.