Management Information System (MIS) Officer
The position of MIS Officer contributes in EFSVL and MEAL programming like Farmer Market Intervention through providing technical and project operation management support.
This role provides support the implementation of Oxfam Food Security and Vulnerable Livelihoods emergency and recovery including long term rehabilitation activities in Rohingya refugees-affected areas in Cox’s Bazar – Bangladesh.
MIS Officer is overall responsible for planning, coordinating and directing digital data gathering (DDG), devices and other software like Survey CTO, SCOPE Platform related activities within the organization.
We are looking for a sincere and dynamic person with relevant work experience and educational background of Management information system, Computer science or Development studies for planning, coordinating and directing digital data gathering, devices and other software like Survey CTO and SCOPE Platform.
MIS Officer will determine the organization’s information technology goals and responsible to ensure effective and efficient implementation according to the donor strategy to meet the project objectives at working areas.
Moreover, this role will develop, monitor and ensure program quality, MEAL framework and database management in respect of core humanitarian standards and efficient working with the field programme teams, other INGOs, cluster members, partners, other local agencies and key line-local Government officials.
Anywhere in Bangladesh
For internal applicants:
Search for the vacancy using the reference number INT6255 to complete the online application process
Ensure you submit your application before midnight (GMT) on the closing date
OxfamBusiness : Oxfam employs more than six thousand people in 90 countries who share a commitment to work together to end poverty and suffering. It is committed to ensure diversity and gender equality within the organization and welcomes applications from women, person with disability and under-represented groups. Oxfam does not discriminate against applicants or employees based on their HIV/AIDS status. The organization has been working in Bangladesh since the War of Independence and has established a permanent country office in 1972. Since then it has responded to all major emergencies in the country. Oxfam’s current program focuses on Economic Justice & Resilience, Gender and Women?s Leadership and Humanitarian Capacity Building and Response.