JOB Vacancy Announcement #: 4053
Job Title: MCCCM – Site Engineer (NES)
Application deadline: 19-11-2020
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
CVs should be in English Language and in Word or PDF format.
o At least 2-year experience working in the Shelter / CCCM Site Maintenance department of INGOs and/or International Institutions;
o At least 1-year experience managing a team of assistants;
o University degree in a relevant subject (i.e. civil engineer);
o Intermediate skills with the Microsoft Office Suite (i.e. particularly MS Excel);
o Fluency local language and English (i.e. speaking and writing);
o Ability to translate questionnaire from English to local language;
o Excellent time management skills;
o Ability to operate in a cross-cultural environment requiring flexibility;
o Ability to work independently;
o Strong attention to details;
o Does not reside in the site or work for another actor active in the intervention sites.
o 1-year experience as CCCM Site Engineer for INGOs and/or Internal Institutions;
o 2-year Managerial experience, including leading/supervising staff, report writing, meeting facilitation
- Implement/Follow up all Site maintenance-related activities in the camp:
- Monitor service provision in the camp:
o Conduct regular service and infrastructure monitoring for the sites in close cooperation with
the Information Management unit and map partner, others actors`s and community infrastructure in the sites;
o Timely report to the MCCCM Team Leader of any gaps and duplication in the service delivery and any site upgrading/maintenance intervention needed;
o Support to ACTED team to achieve agreed minimum standards and service delivery quality.
o Support improvement of information management systems in the site in collaboration with the database assistant including: identification of information gaps, databases and reports and infrastructure mapping and monitoring
o Lead in the creation or strengthening of Site maintenance committees so that the appointment of committee members is done in a transparent and inclusive way and that ToR are created in a participatory manner and agreed upon all stakeholders;
o Train the committee members and coaching them through organisation of regular meetings was well as daily supervision
o In cooperation with the other team members, consult community members and particular community governance structures prior to implement site improvements and maintenance works
- Develop/Supervise site maintenance works in the camp:
Supervise regular assessment of site infrastructure and physical service delivery in the informal settlement (e.g. drainage, roads, water supply, community infrastructure);
o Prepare accurate BoQ for site maintenance and infrastructure works;
o Select casual labours in cooperation with communities and ensure that there is an equal representation of gender, age and minorities within the workforce;
o Preparing plans for site works, and overseeing implementation by casual labours /contractors as needed;
o Considering environmental impacts of infrastructure works from planning to implementation and taking all the necessary measures to mitigate the impacts as much as possible;
o In coordination with the other team members, as well as the line manager, conduct assessments to identify infrastructure needs related to MCCCM priorities, with a focus on improving vulnerable resident’s access to services;
o Ensure all the necessary measure to guarantee safety of casual labours, contractors and site population are in place through the implementation of site maintenance, shelter and infrastructure works;
o Store, manage and maintain tools and items for site upgrading/site maintenance in coordination with the logistic department and ensuring compliance to internal procedures;
o Coordinate with other department regarding procurement of any material resources for site upgrading/site maintenance;
o While carrying out site maintenance, infrastructure and site improvements intervention always paying special attention to accessibility and special needs of vulnerable group, particular of people with limited mobility.
- Ensure protection mainstreaming through the Site activities
o Support and consider gender, protection, and GBV concerns in all aspects of activities;
o Adhere and Promote to Prevention of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse principles and guidelines
o Support and promote participation of women, youth, and marginalised groups
o Refer immediately protection cases identified to Program Manager for referral to protection actors.
- Manage the Site maintenance unit:
- Ensure Management of Site maintenance activities
o Support the MCCCM Team Leader in devising weekly and long-term work plans for the implementation of Site maintenance activities;
o Ensure regular follow-ups on weekly and long-term work plan implementation of Site maintenance activities;
o Provide inputs for the elaboration of Procurement plans as requested by the MCCCM Team Leader;
o Attend weekly MCCCM team meetings;
o Flag directly foreseen challenges / issues arise in link with the Site maintenance activities to MCCCM Team Leader, including security incidents;
o Attend inter-actor Operational/Sectorial/Ad hoc meetings in the camp;
o Support the MCCCM Team Leader in identifying areas for improvement and developing site strategy;
o Ensure accurate record keeping of project documentation, including photos, as requested by the MCCCM Team Leader
o Ensure compliance to internal procedures and donor procedures;
o Ensure thorough reporting (i.e. (externally) monthly report Site maintenance activities, (internally) weekly report to MCCCM Team Leader).
o Plan and carry out CFW activities
o Participation in recruitment of new staff, under guidance of the MCCCM Team Leader;
o Day to day supervision and management of CCCM Site Maintenance officers and Site Maintenance skilled/unskilled workers (i.e. attendance sheet signature, follow-up with finance…);
o Commitment to continuous learning through trainings and timely identification of capacity-building needs and opportunities, in coordination with the MCCCM Team Leader / HR department.
The MCCCM Site Engineer is responsible for all activities associated to site maintenance and improvement works, infrastructure and shelter intervention in the sites (if applicable), under the direct supervision of MCCCM Team Leader. This includes but it is not limited to preparing BoQs, working with the logistics department in the procurement of items needed for project implementation, mobilizing dealing with contractors, involving and consulting communities prior to any works and ensuring that the needs of vulnerable groups and people with specific needs are taking into account and addressed during activities. While completing the above-mentioned tasks, the MCCCM Site Engineer trains/supervises the Site maintenance unit composed of the Site Maintenance officers and skilled/unskilled daily workers (i.e. incl. CfWorkers). Besides, the MCCCM Site Engineer is responsible for the implementation of project work plan, for all the Site maintenance-related tasks and any task specifically assigned to him/her by the MCCCM Team Leader.
CHAIN OF COMMAND
Under the authority of:
– MCCM Team Leader
– MCCCM assistant WORKING RELATIONS
– Other units of MCCCM team;
– HR department;
– Logistics for MCCCM suppliers;
– Finance for payments of outreach workers;
– Camp administration;
– IDPs in and out of the site;
– Humanitarian Partners (INGO/NGO; humanitarian agencies).
- Ensure effective monitoring of services provision / infrastructures in the camp;
- Ensure the development/supervision of Site maintenance works;
- Ensure proper implementation/follow-up of Site maintenance activities;
- Manage the MCCCM Site Maintenance Unit.
KEY PERFORMANCE INDICATORS
- # of completion certificates for maintenance/improvement works on site infrastructures;
- # of Site Maintenance Committee with participated developed ToRs;
- % of Site Maintenance committee members trained.
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Duty Station: Raqua
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