WatHab Engineer 1 plans, designs and implements engineering projects within the scope of the ICRC’s water and habitat assistance objectives with supervision and coaching from their hierarchical superior. S/he carries out needs assessment and surveys, reports, plans projects and monitors on-site works. S/he need to maintain a close working relationship with external stakeholders related to their projects.
- Identifies needs through assessments and surveys;
- Organizes regular field visits and/or meetings with communities;
- Carries out capacity building and keeps regular contacts with local authorities and community leaders, joining frequent field trips to engage communities;
- Prepares technical documents (assessments, reports, drawings, bills of quantities, contracts, etc.) for engineering projects (focused on construction and rehabilitation) using approved formats; monitors project implementation for compliance with project documents, ICRC standards, and local building codes/standards, ensuring corrective action is taken where necessary;
- Supervises consultants and/or contractors;
- Conducts quality control of acquired material and monitors and evaluates projects’ performance;
- Creates project files in electronic databases (such as SharePoint the WatHab Project Assistant application) and keeps them up to date;
- Prepares implementation/progress/feasibility reports and studies;
- Provides regular information to colleagues on security, stakeholder issues and site progress;
- Manages project purchasing on labour and materials according to the delegation’s financial rules;
- Administers hand-over of ICRC-provided infrastructure to end-users;
- Trains or organizes training and awareness sessions for owners and end-users;
- Uses results-based management to evaluate project implementation.
The ICRC is a neutral, impartial and independent organization. Its exclusive humanitarian mission is to protect the lives and dignity of victims of war and internal violence and to provide them with assistance. The ICRC endeavours to alleviate suffering by promoting and strengthening humanitarian law and Universal humanitarian principles.
- University degree in civil, water or environmental engineering.
- Excellent command (spoken and written) of local language(s).
- Excellent command (spoken and written) of English.
- Proficient in use of Microsoft Office Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
- Knowledge of CAD and/or engineering-specific software is an asset.
- Additional university certificates are an asset.
- Experience managing people is an asset.
No. Of Jobs
Years of Experience
3-5 years’ professional experience in a related field of activity
According to ICRC salary scale
Please submit your letter of motivation and CV not later than (23rd December 2021) to: Location:KABUL
Vacancy Nr: KAB-WATHAB-ENG-1CEO3122021
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