Job ID
17823

Job Title
Shelter Assistant

To work for
NRC | Norwegian Refugee Council

Country
Syria

City
Damascus

Field of Work
Construction/Installation/Repair - Architecture/Interior design - Engineering

Job Type
Full time

Responsibilities
Generic responsibilities
1. Ensure adherence to NRC policies, tools, handbooks and guidelines
2. Implement delegated CC project portfolio according to plan of action
3. Prepare and develop status reports as required by management
4. Ensure proper filing of documents
5. Ensure that projects target beneficiaries most in need, and explore and asses new and better ways to assist
6. Promote and share ideas for technical improvement

Specific responsibilities
1. Project Implementation. As delegated by line-manager, responsible for supporting the successful implementation of the School Rehabilitation & Reconstruction project "including WASH facilities" through direct modalities throughout the full project cycle.
2. Technical Quality. Responsible for supporting technical quality in accordance with the agreed NRC Syria Response Country and CC Strategies, tools and guidelines. This includes – but is not limited to - ensuring the compliance with the School Rehabilitation & Reconstruction project "including WASH facilities" requirements, meaningful consultation with affected populations throughout the project-cycle, needs-based targeting and selection, and integration with Education CC.
3. Assessments. As delegated by line-manager, responsible for supporting the School Rehabilitation & Reconstruction project "including WASH facilities" implementation in schools. This will include initial Assessments, Detailed/Sectoral Assessments, and construction assessments (including BoQs).
4. Reporting. As delegated by line manager, responsible for accurate and high quality contributions to the reporting of NRC School Rehabilitation & Reconstruction project "including WASH facilities" through all relevant reporting mechanisms. This includes, but is not limited to, internal reporting mechanisms (daily, weekly and monthly technical reports).
5. Collaboration. The position-holder is responsible for maintaining a collaborative working environment with other team members, both within the Shelter & WASH project team, within other Core Competencies and with the Support Team.


Qualifications
Generic professional competencies for this position:
• Minimum 2 years of experience of working in in a humanitarian/recovery context or equivalent;
• Minimum 4 years of experience of working in in construction, engineering, architecture or equivalent;
• Bachelor Degree or above in civil, structural engineering, architecture or similar;
• Experience of working in complex and volatile contexts;
• Technical Shelter, WASH and Emergency Response expertise;
• Documented results related to the position’s responsibilities;
• Strong working knowledge of MS Office package & AutoCAD;
• Experience in logistics/admin management;
• Fluency in Arabic, both written and verbal;
• Fluency in English is beneficial.

Context related skills, knowledge and experience
• Knowledge of the context in Syria;
• Experience with directly managed programming;

Specific Vacancy Requirements
2. Behavioral competencies
These are personal qualities that influence how successful people are in their job. NRC’s Competency Framework states 12 behavioural competencies, and the following are essential for this position:
• Handling insecure environment
• Planning and delivering results
• Empowering and building trust
• Communicating with impact and respect


please note that this post shall be expired on 12 Feb 2019.

Salary and Benefits
In addition to the salary and allowances NRC will cover phone related costs. capacity building
opportunities and the possibility to grow professionally within the organization

About us
NRC is a non-governmental, non-profit, humanitarian, independent organisation. It provides assistance to people affected by crises & i.e. refugees, internally displaced people, host communities etc. - to meet their immediate humanitarian needs, prevent further displacement and contribute to durable solutions.
NRC was established in 1946 under the name Aid to Europe, to assist refugees in Europe after World War II. After almost 70 years of interventions all over the world, today NRC is organised as an independent and private foundation that cooperates closely with the UN and other humanitarian organisations, around the world as well as in Norway. NRCs funding base is not only diverse but also flexible, counting a number of different donors including the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the United Nations. In 2014 NRC assisted more than four million displaced and conflict-affected people around the world, and raised more than USD 250 million for our humanitarian programming. Currently NRC operates in 25 countries worldwide with over 5,000 staff members, the majority of which are national employees. All NRC projects are supervised by the Head Office of the organization in Oslo while in the Middle East, NRC country offices report to a regional office based in Amman. All the programs are implemented in close coordination with governments and local authorities.
The type of activities implemented in each context varies from country to country depending on the needs on the ground and priorities laid out in strategic response plans of Governments and the UN. However NRC mainly specialises in five programme areas: Education, Shelter, WASH, Food Security as well as supporting displacement affected population to access further services. Moreover, extensive expertise has been gained by the organization over the years also on Collective Shelters Coordination and Management.
In addition, NRC provides expertise as a strategic partner to the UN as well as to national and international actors including governments and line ministries- through its stand-by rosters. Only in 2014 almost 600 humanitarian experts were deployed to 49 countries, making NRCs rosters the most used expert deployment capacity in the humanitarian world.
Finally, NRC promotes and sustains efforts at different levels to keep high the attention on the condition and situation of displaced and vulnerable people affected by ongoing crisis.


Required employees number
2

Posted On
Jan 15, 2019

Expiry Date
Feb 14, 2019

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CV Language
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