CCCM Technical Support Assistant (Mobile Team) - Kirkuk
Under the overall supervision of the Head, Preparedness and Response Division, the administrative supervision of the Head of Sub Office (HoSO) and the direct supervision of the Project Officer (CCCM), the incumbent will be responsible for the following duties:
Core Functions / Responsibilities
1. Develop Site Risk Management Plan for minimal site maintenance procedures (SRMP) and Priority list of the planned activities.
2. Oversee basic technical capacity building to the site management team and IDP’s through on job training (OJT); educate and train them on skills development when need arises.
3. Coordinate with the Mobile Response Team members the results of assessments and solutions proposed in the SRMP.
4. Develop plan for procurement of materials, draft BOQ applying highest standard of construction and following IOM Procurement and Logistics procedures.
5. Oversee, and directly monitor contractor, through quality control inspections and solve any construction related issues on site.
6. Support the CCCM Mobile Team Assistant to collaborate and coordinate with government counterparts, local authority and security and other relevant actors.
7. Provide weekly quality monitoring report and submit regular activities reports and feedback to the CCCM Mobile Team Assistant.
8. Help in collecting data of the IDPs in the targeted sites and maintain tracking the data and the IPDs movements.
9. Provide lessons learnt project close report for archive.
10. Any such other duties as may be assigned.
Bachelor’s degree in civil engineering, architectural or construction management from an accredited academic university or institute.
Experience and Skills:
At least 2 years of relevant work experience.
Operational and field experience in CCCM programme development and implementation.
Experience in conflict/ emergency zones and in working in a high-risk environment.
Experience in liaising with governmental authorities and local communities, as well as national and international institutions.
Knowledge and/or field experience in the areas of camp maintenance management is any advantage.
Excellent leadership, coordination, and information management skills.
Familiarity with the south and central region is an asset.
Knowledge of local governance in post-conflict contexts, and of gender and inclusion strategies.
Competency in international building codes, SPHERE standards and practical knowledge and trainings would be an advantage.
Fluency in English, Kurdish and Arabic.