The ICRC defines Economic Security as the status of an individual, household or community that is able to cover its life and livelihoods obligatory expenditures in a sustainable manner, consistent with its environment, culture and customs. Within its global Economic Security approach in conflict affected countries, the ICRC implements Relief, Livelihood and Rehabilitation Programs in order to improve, restore or maintain food and economic security at household level.
The Economic Security Delegate is responsible for planning and implementing Economic Security programs in compliance with ICRC guidelines and standards, using use a combination of different interventions, such as cash and voucher programs, microeconomic initiatives, agricultural and livestock programs, and relief items distributions.
All Economic Security Delegates need to be able to operate effectively in what can be a frenetic environment which is often remote and resource poor and within a multi-cultural team.
Standard deployments are 12 months in duration.
Apply now View Position Description
Learn more about work as an Economic Security Delegate