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Cash Transfer Assistant Job


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Thatta, si, Pakistan 


Project Management

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Full time, Permenent




Project-Program Management: General-Other: Project-Program Management

Job Description:

Position: Cash Transfer Assistant

Responsible To: Senior Officer CCT

Location: Thatta

Context and Background

Merlin is the UK’s leading international health charity, sending medical experts to the frontline of global emergencies and staying on to build lasting health systems. We entered Pakistan in 2005 after an earthquake in Jammu Kashmir left 75,000 dead and hundreds of thousands homeless. Since then we have expanded to provide a wide range of primary health care, malaria control, family planning, post abortion care and nutrition services to over 2.2 million people. We currently support 110 health facilities and ten hospitals, and have scaled up in times of emergency including the devastating floods of 2010 and 2011.

In Sindh, the province was worst affected by the floods of 2010 and hit again by severe rains in 2011, Merlin is providing health, nutrition and RH services in district Thatta, Badin, Dadu and Tharparkar. This includes treatment centres for communicable diseases like diarrhea, feeding programmes for severely and moderately malnourished children and vaccinations to protect children under the age of 5 from diseases such as polio.

In Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, we are working in the Swat Valley, Peshawar, Buner and Nowshera districts – areas which are still confronting political instability, widespread militancy and displacement in wake of the conflict in neighbouring Afghanistan. Merlin has provided emergency healthcare to internally displaced people (IDPs) in Jalozai camp since 2009, which were scaled up at the start of 2012 following an influx of IDPs from Khyber Agency. As people return to the Swat valley, we are working with government of Pakistan to strengthen the country’s health system, including training lady health workers to provide family planning advice in an effort to stem maternal mortality

Main Purpose of position

Under the supervision of the Senior Officer CCT & Cash Transfer Monitors, the Cash transfer Assistant will be responsible to carry out the Conditional cash transfer process/activities at community, facility and UC levels in the CCT component of EU Food Security & Thematic Program.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Prepare payment sheets for payment to beneficiaries of cash grants to be paid through banks.
  • Support LHWs, CRPs and Nutrition Assistants during the identification process and assessments of the cash grant and other beneficiaries of the project.
  • Verify beneficiaries’ names, signatures and consistency with CNIC for processing payments.
  • Maintain records in hard and soft of all the beneficiaries as required and guided by the cash transfer monitor and Senior Officer CCT.
  • Submit the requested documentation to Cash Transfer Monitors and Finance officer on daily basis, making sure that it is complete and accurate.
  • Ensure implementation of all project guidelines with regard to disbursements of payments to the beneficiaries.
  • Keep close coordination with the focal persons from Health Department, LHW Program, Expanded Program on Immunization (EPI), Benazir Income Support Program (BISP) and NADRA.
  • Ensure the transparency throughout the process of conditional cash transfer payments.
  • Ensure validity, reliability, timeliness and quality of all information while submitting to the banks for final payments.
  • Producing reports on regular basis or as per request of line manager.
  • Perform other related duties and tasks as appropriately assigned by line manager.

Job Specification:

  • Bachelor’s degree preferably in Commerce and Business Administration or equivalent with combination of qualifications and practical experience in relevant field.
  • Minimum 01 year of field related experience with an NGO preferably livelihood projects.
  • Ability & flexibility to understand the cultural and political environment and to work well with other stakeholders.
  • Willingness and strong commitment to travel in the remote field, adapt hardship and work in a team.
  • Good communicator in English, Urdu and Sindhi.
  • Accuracy in record keeping and documentation.
  • Good computer skills in MS Office.


  • Previous experience within a humanitarian aid organization.
  • Experience of working in emergencies and humanitarian programmes.
  • Knowledge of local area and Sindhi language.
  • Should be flexible in working days and timings.