THE NORWEGIAN REFUGEE COUNCIL (NRC) HYDRAULIC ENGINEERING FULL-TIME Jan 31, 2022 – Feb 4, 2022
To take responsibility for the overall designs, initiatives, and implementation of the Water Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) project interventions within the Jijiga operation, while also providing thought leadership and practical support to WASH elsewhere within the NRC Ethiopia Mission.
Participate in the strategic planning and drafting proposals of WASH activities within NRC Jigjiga Operation, including the community approaches and the budgets associated with them
Participate in planning for project implementation including technical activity, financial and procurement planning
Take charge of the field interpretation and adaptation of NRC’s WASH project strategy
Participate in development and design of new WASH projects in Jigjiga refugee operation
Supervise and coordinate WASH activities under NRC in all Jigjiga Area field offices
Ensure that all project activities are in accordance with budgetary constraints and being implemented on schedule
Participate in tendering and bid analysis for contracts for service delivery and materials
Participate in Area WASH outputs delivery quality assurance and reports validation
Ensure documentation of project progress is ongoing and integrate sound M&E procedures in all aspects of each WASH project in the Area
Prepare periodic reports on the WASH project activities, including documentation for final handover and closure of projects in the Area
Represent NRC at relevant Refugee camps/Area theme clusters and other coordination meetings
Develop any required rapid response and contingency plans related to WASH
Take actions for capacity building and technical support to all WASH supervised staff in Jigjiga
Assign duties, supervise, train, and appraise the assigned WASH Officers in the Area
As requested, assist the Project Manager on other WASH Project tasks.
Academic and Professional Qualifications
Bachelors degree in Water resource or any other relevant discipline
National Certificate in Project Management training.
Minimum of 6 years of relevant experience, at least 2 in Humanitarian or urban informal settlement contexts.
Knowledge, Skills & Personal Attributes
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
Ability to organize and prioritize work
Excellent ability to coherently lead and manage diverse spread out teams
Works well under pressure and meet deadlines
Excellent action and process focus on outputs and outcomes
Excellent analytical skills
Ability to resolve individual and group conflicts
High level of computer literacy
Good community mobilization skills
Individual and group facilitative capacity building skills
Possess cultural awareness and sensitivity
Excellent program evaluative and report writing skills.
How to Apply
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