وظائف شاغرة لدى منظمة اليابان غير الحكومية للطوارئ للهندسة

الثلاثاء، 2 يناير 2018

تعلن  Japan Emergency Ngo في مخيم الزعتري عن حاجتها الى :

Technical Team Leader

Title:                          Technical Team Leader
Duty Station:             Za’atari Refugee Camp, Jordan
Position type:           Full time, 3 months contract with probable extension
Start date:                 As soon as possible

Japan Emergency NGO (JEN) was established in January 1994 to provide emergency assistance in the countries of the former Yugoslavia. Since then, JEN has been offering support to people stricken by hardship due to conflicts and disasters across the globe, in every phase of recovery, from emergency assistance to reconstruction.

JEN became a non-profit organization in 2000, opening its headquarters in Shinjuku, Tokyo. JEN offers assistance in Afghanistan, Iraq, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Tohoku, Kumamoto, and Jordan, as of October 2016.

In September 2012, JEN began providing assistance to people fleeing from Syria in Za’atari Refugee Camp located near the Jordanian-Syrian border. Approximately 80,000 people live in Za’atari Refugee camp. JEN is one of three organizations currently providing water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) assistance in the camp. Last year, among other activities, JEN implemented Phase 1 of the wastewater network in two districts in the camp. JEN seeks a Technical Team Leader to assist with Phase 2 works of both the water and wastewater networks being implemented by UNICEF. Other responsibilities of the position are outlined below.

Engineers only! Please read the qualifications prior to applying.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
The Technical Team Leader will work in Za’atari Refugee Camp under the supervision of the WASH Programme Officer and the Camp Representative. The Technical Team Leader will lead the JEN Engineering team in the implementation of infrastructure projects, in collaboration with other organizations in the camp. The Technical Team Leader will more specifically:

 

  • Act as JEN Technical Team Leader and focal point to UNICEF for construction, commissioning, and operational activities of Phase II works (water and wastewater networks construction).
  • Perform daily work inspections to assure quality of works and compatibility with agreed specification, standards, and drawings, and report any quality or performance issues.
  • Supervise daily activities of engineering staff and progress of work.
  • Review key contractor submittals (Safety plan, QA/QC plan, etc) drawing on experience and lessons learnt from Phase I and advise UNICEF and Engineer on recommendations. Provide input to Phase II commissioning and finalisation plans.
  • Collaborate frequently with community mobilization (CM) team to relay upgrades on construction, messaging, service provision, etc.
  • With cooperation with other WASH partners, UNICEF, and the JEN Cash for Work (CFW) team, participate in the development, implementation, and monitoring of the CFW scheme for Phase II, including procedure, construction, advising on rotation of employment, payment methodology, training needs, identification criteria, etc.
  • Lead the community and partner level O&M initiatives including community training, vocational training, O&M job logging, and assist with handover of ZWWN to the community.
  • Contribute to Phase 2 design modifications review, shop drawings review, variations orders review, and support the consultant engineer and UNICEF as required.
  • Participate in the taking over committees, handing over, and commissioning exercises for the completed works as required.
  • Prepare and review tenders; serve as a JEN focal point for any joint tendering with other WASH actors in the camp.
  • Perform other activities as agreed upon between JEN and UNICEF for Phase 2 networks project.
General and Reporting Duties
  • Attend WASH coordination meetings, construction coordination meetings, and other meetings as necessary to provide updates on work accomplished and projects. 
  • Work closely with WASH Programme Officer on budgeting, materials orders, and timelines.
  • Provide progress updates in Amman office and Za’atari internal meetings, as well as other related meetings as necessary.
  • Submit detailed weekly, monthly, and quarterly progress reports to donors.
  • Contribute to program and activity development through idea and information sharing.

SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES: 
Educational Background:
  • Minimum bachelor’s degree in Hydro, Civil, or Mechanical Engineering. Master’s degree preferred.

Required Qualifications:
  • At least 5 years’ experience working on large-scale engineering projects, with experience with water and wastewater networks.
  • At least 2 years’ supervisory experience with staff and contractor management.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English and Arabic.
  • Advanced computer skills (AutoCAD, Word, Excel, etc).
  • Familiarity with INGOs and experience working with donors preferred.
  • Ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines.
  • Familiarity with the tendering process for large-scale projects.
  • Flexibility and ability to work at night and on weekends when necessary.
  • Good organization, negotiation, and problem solving skills.
  • Professionalism and attention to detail.

Transportation to and from Za’atari is provided. Salary commensurate with experience.