1.1 CI roles and responsibilities for assessment

Position Key responsibilities
Assessment Team Leader
Lead assessment team including planning, team management, external and internal representation, liaison with CARE stakeholders, overall responsibility for compiling and drafting assessment report and, if directed, may be involved in communicating results.
Assessment team members
Carry out assessment within area of expertise, provide all required reporting inputs to the assessment team and contribute to overall assessment objectives.
Administration and logistics support units Provide all necessary support required by the assessment team (funds, communications, logistics and administrative).
Assistant Country Director/Programme Country Director Provide updated situational analysis, partnership possibilities and staff capacity information to the assessment team. Approve deployment of field assessment. Ensure the CO provides all necessary support to the assessment team, especially safety and security in the field. Approve the assessment draft report before it is shared with stakeholders and follow up recommendations.
CARE Global Humanitarian Director Coordinate CARE International Members support to the assessment team
Crisis Coordination and Action Members  Make decisions on basis of assessment recommendations and support their implementation.
Security Officer/CI Safety and Security Unit Provide security clearance before deploying a team to the field. The locally based security officer should always be involved in the decision to deploy a team, and ideally accompany the team to the field. In high-risk or non-presence situations, it the CI SSU Director will accompany the team.