Humanitarian Cash and Vouchers Advisor

Norwegian Church Aid

Do you want to be member of Norwegian Church Aid’s humanitarian team and be responsible for planning and implementing cash and voucher modality in life-saving humanitarian responses worldwide? As Humanitarian Cash and Vouchers (CVA) senior advisor, you will embark an exciting position in on of the biggest humanitarian organisations in Norway.

As successful candidate for this position, you are expert on cash and vouchers assistance in humanitarian settings and understand all phases and key aspects of a humanitarian response and are professional in project management. You have been planning, setting up and implementing cash and vouchers modality in humanitarian programs in the field, as well as developing routines and policies and trained staff. You can work in sometimes chaotic environments, identify priorities and targets, rapidly assist NCA’s teams towards implementation and have knowledge of response management. As CVA advisor, you will collaborate closely with all relevant stakeholders within NCA to make our responses even more effective and ensure quality programming.

In NCA, we seek people who are motivated by our vision, our work and our values, and who wish to be a part of large international working environment. The work in the Humanitarian Division is fast paced and at times unpredictable. This position is be based at NCAs Headquarters in Oslo, however we expect you to be able to travel to different country missions in Africa, Asia and the Middle East, up to 70%.

Due to funding uncertainty, this position is temporary until end of 2024, however might be extended.


  • Main expert focal point and advisor for cash and vouchers programming in humanitarian response
  • Plan, set up and oversee implementing of cash and vouchers assistance in humanitarian responses
  • Support and advise NCA’s country offices in humanitarian operations upon request
  • Develop and promote standard operational procedures/guidelines for NCA’s programs with cash and vouchers modality, with focus on first phase response


  • Bachelor’s/Master’s?degree in Political and?Social Sciences,?Economy or any other relevant field
  • At least four years’ field experience in the humanitarian sector in the field as humanitarian cash and vouchers assistance expert
  • Experience of planning, setting up and implementing cash and vouchers assistance in humanitarian responses
  • Experience with digital tools in humanitarian work (KOBO, ODK, Power BI and others)
  • Fluency in English, both oral and written. Fluency other languages, especially French and/or Arabic, is an advantage
  • Proven ability and willingness to work and live in diverse, challenging and potentially unstable environments/emergency settings

Personal Qualities:

  • Ability to plan, prioritize tasks, find solutions and make decisions – delivering results
  • Ability to work independently, but also be cooperative, motivational and empowering
  • Flexibility and ability to juggle diverse tasks
  • Experience in insecure environments, and with handling stress and unpredictability

We can offer:

  • Participation in exciting and meaningful projects with one of Norway’s largest humanitarian organisations
  • Summer time and flexible working hours, with a good insurance/pension insurance program and paid overtime
  • Working with friendly, supportive and highly qualified professionals in a division with a good sense of belonging
  • Opportunity for organized physical training during working hours

We encourage all qualified persons to apply for a job with us, regardless of gender, age, disability or cultural background. NCA uses BackUp’s electronic gateway for this recruitment, where you can register and submit your CV and cover letter. Only applicants using this electronic gateway will be considered for the position.

Before you apply:

We kindly ask you to carefully read the ACT Code of Conduct for the prevention of misconduct, including corruption, fraud, exploitation and abuse, including sexual; and to ensure child safeguarding and the Protection from Sexual Harassment, Exploitation and Abuse and Child Safeguarding policy before you submit your application. If you are the selected candidate for this position you will be asked to complete and sign our Code of Conduct and Protection from Sexual Harassment, Exploitation and Abuse, and Child Safeguarding Policy.

If you want to get to know Norwegian Church Aid, our work and what it is like to work for us, visit us on LinkedIn:

How to apply

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Deadline: 3 Mar 2024

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