Protection Data Administrator "Russian language is a must" (Lebanese nationals only)

14 November 2019


The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) has been present in Lebanon since 1967 and has carried out its humanitarian work through different periods of conflict, including Lebanon’s 15-year-long civil war from 1975–1990. We are currently responding to the rapidly growing needs of displaced people fleeing war and violence across the region into Lebanon as well as the local communities hosting them.

Our activities on behalf of people affected by war and violence include, but are not limited to:

  • Ensuring people affected by conflict can get basic health care that meets universally recognized standards Building respect for the law.
  • Securing humane treatment and conditions for detainees.
  • Restoring economic security through assisting communities and individuals to cover their essential needs with dignity.
  • Providing access to basic services such as water and electricity.
  • Supporting the families of the missing persons in the search for their loved ones We are based in Beirut and have offices in Tripoli, Tyr and Zahlé.


The Protection Data Administrator carries out data processing of information on people entitled to protection under international humanitarian law using specialized case-management software, in order to ensure the work of the Protection department is managed efficiently and effectively in line with established guidelines. S/He is responsible for the data comprehensive support on the Protection file and overall support to the Data Team Office.

  • Place of employment: based in Beirut in support of the Damascus delegation.
  • One-year contract renewable.


  • Minimum 2 years of experience in a similar field.
  • University Degree.


  • Interested in working in a multidisciplinary and multicultural team, developing and sharing knowledge on different care management models.
  • Very good command of Arabic and English.
  • Very good command of Russian (Speaking and Writing).
  • Ability to work in a team.
  • Responsibility, autonomy, ability to set priorities.
  • Excellent planning and organization skills.
  • Very Good communication skills.
  • Computer proficiency (able to create Excel tables with formulas and Word documents).
  • Experience working with Databases.


  • Sensitivity to cultural diversity.
  • Positive, flexible and able to work under pressure in complex environment.


Data input

  • Under the supervision of the Data Manager in Beirut:
  • Data input in the Protection database of Syria, individual information on tracing cases, Allegations of arrest or detention, registration of Foreign Fighters Families, exchanges of Red Cross Messages, etc.;
  • Ensure that the forms written in Russian are translated and/or transliterated into English.
  • Ensure coherence of data; analyze the data both in the database and information available in the individual files, propose solutions i.e. Note to File and/or report to the Data Manager any discrepancies that need particular follow-up;
  • Follow-up with delegates for incomplete or incorrect documents linked to data collection and tracing cases in liaison with the Data Manager;
  • Cross check information in the database and report all double identities to the Data Manager for merging;
  • Participate in correction of the database when needed under the supervision of the Data Manager;
  • Understand, put into application and contribute to the revision of the Data Entry procedures.

Restoring Family Links (RFL) case follow-up

In close cooperation with the RFL team in Syria and the Data team of Damascus:

  • Contribute to the follow-up of RFL cases;
  • Update cases in Prot6 according to new information obtained, following the data entry procedures;
  • Participate in updating submissions & replies received from authorities in Prot6.


  • Working for one of the main humanitarian organizations.
  • Competitive employment package.

Please send your CV and cover letter to the below e-mail and mention the position you are applying for in the subject before November 21st 2019. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted: