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NRC Libya

NRC began operations in Libya in 2017 and has continued to scale up its operational and programming presence supporting IDPs, returnees, host communities as well as vulnerable non-Libyan communities. NRC implements Education, Shelter, ICLA and WASH activities in Tripoli and Benghazi. NRC is the co-lead of the National Education and Shelter Sector Working Groups and a member of the Libyan INGO Forum.
We believe in Rights Respected & People Protected.

Want to learn more about NRC? please visit our website https://www.nrc.no/who-we-are/about-us/ .

The Shelter Porgramme Development Manager oversees all programmatic, operational and financial aspects of NRC Shelter and NFI projects in Libya. In close collaboration with the Country Director and NRC programme team, this role will work to further enhance the quality of current projects and explore opportunities to expand in new areas across Libya.

In this position you will receive accommodation and R&R.

You’ll also receive medical insurance and a pension scheme.

Application deadline:

24/09/2019

Employer:

Norwegian Refugee Council

Town/city:

Benghazi

Title:

Shelter Programme Development Manager

Full-time/part-time:

Full-time

Employment type:

Contract

Percentage of full-time:

100

Webcruiter ID:

4128822224

Positions:

1

Social sharing :

Requirements:

We are looking for an experienced humanitarian worker within the Shelter, with experience in the Middle East or North African context.

Fluency in English is required and Arabic is an asset.
Main Responsibilities:

Responsible for the successful delivery of NRC’s Shelter Response across Libya through direct delivery. This includes responsibility for managing assigned project budgets, and the regular review of project targets, budgets and work-plans

Identify needs for conflict and displacement affected populations and provide appropriate response in terms of shelter assistance (household and community rehabilitation for urban and camp based communities) and NFI distribution

Liaise with local authorities and ensure that all repair work of housing and community infrastructures are in line with national regulations and standards

Promote integrated programming (with other CCs – ICLA and Education) through systematic planning/cooperation

Develop tools and undertake a community level assessment of the shelter and socio economic needs in key pockets of displacements/return across the Libyan coastal line to inform the expansion of shelter and NFI activities into new geographical areas.

In close coordination with other CC managers and CD, responsible for overseeing assessments undertaken by NRC for Shelter or related activities; Assessments may be emergency-focused, Sector-Specific, Multi-Sector Assessments, Market Assessments, etc
Responsible for the delivery of project Monitoring and Evaluation for NRC and partner-led Shelter or related activities; in accordance with agreed minimum standards.

Provide technical support on the recruitment and the management of all shelter staff. To this end, develop Terms of Reference (ToRs), develop staffing plan, and participate in recruitment processes and performance evaluations.

Dedicate significant time/effort through training/coaching/mentoring to develop the capacity of national shelter project staff.
Represent NRC towards external stakeholders, including humanitarian partners, donors, and authorities; Serve as the co-lead for the Shelter/NFI Sector Working Group Any other tasks as delegated by Country Director

Additional

Contract period: 12 months

Salary/benefits: According to NRC’s salary scale and terms and conditions

Duty station: Benghazi, Libya

Non-Family duty station

Travel: up to 40% in the field,Tripoli and Tunis

Approved health certificate will be requested before contract start

NRC reserves the right to use electronic screening tools for this purpose.

NB: Please enter the geographical location in the “Company name” field for both company and location on your application.
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0 USD Benghazi CF 3201 Abc road Full Time , 40 hours per week Norwegian Refugee Council

NRC Libya

NRC began operations in Libya in 2017 and has continued to scale up its operational and programming presence supporting IDPs, returnees, host communities as well as vulnerable non-Libyan communities. NRC implements Education, Shelter, ICLA and WASH activities in Tripoli and Benghazi. NRC is the co-lead of the National Education and Shelter Sector Working Groups and a member of the Libyan INGO Forum. We believe in Rights Respected & People Protected.

Want to learn more about NRC? please visit our website https://www.nrc.no/who-we-are/about-us/ .

The Shelter Porgramme Development Manager oversees all programmatic, operational and financial aspects of NRC Shelter and NFI projects in Libya. In close collaboration with the Country Director and NRC programme team, this role will work to further enhance the quality of current projects and explore opportunities to expand in new areas across Libya.

In this position you will receive accommodation and R&R.

You'll also receive medical insurance and a pension scheme.

Application deadline:

24/09/2019

Employer:

Norwegian Refugee Council

Town/city:

Benghazi

Title:

Shelter Programme Development Manager

Full-time/part-time:

Full-time

Employment type:

Contract

Percentage of full-time:

100

Webcruiter ID:

4128822224

Positions:

1

Social sharing :

Requirements:

We are looking for an experienced humanitarian worker within the Shelter, with experience in the Middle East or North African context.

Fluency in English is required and Arabic is an asset. Main Responsibilities:

Responsible for the successful delivery of NRC’s Shelter Response across Libya through direct delivery. This includes responsibility for managing assigned project budgets, and the regular review of project targets, budgets and work-plans

Identify needs for conflict and displacement affected populations and provide appropriate response in terms of shelter assistance (household and community rehabilitation for urban and camp based communities) and NFI distribution

Liaise with local authorities and ensure that all repair work of housing and community infrastructures are in line with national regulations and standards

Promote integrated programming (with other CCs – ICLA and Education) through systematic planning/cooperation

Develop tools and undertake a community level assessment of the shelter and socio economic needs in key pockets of displacements/return across the Libyan coastal line to inform the expansion of shelter and NFI activities into new geographical areas.

In close coordination with other CC managers and CD, responsible for overseeing assessments undertaken by NRC for Shelter or related activities; Assessments may be emergency-focused, Sector-Specific, Multi-Sector Assessments, Market Assessments, etc Responsible for the delivery of project Monitoring and Evaluation for NRC and partner-led Shelter or related activities; in accordance with agreed minimum standards.

Provide technical support on the recruitment and the management of all shelter staff. To this end, develop Terms of Reference (ToRs), develop staffing plan, and participate in recruitment processes and performance evaluations.

Dedicate significant time/effort through training/coaching/mentoring to develop the capacity of national shelter project staff. Represent NRC towards external stakeholders, including humanitarian partners, donors, and authorities; Serve as the co-lead for the Shelter/NFI Sector Working Group Any other tasks as delegated by Country Director

Additional

Contract period: 12 months

Salary/benefits: According to NRC’s salary scale and terms and conditions

Duty station: Benghazi, Libya

Non-Family duty station

Travel: up to 40% in the field,Tripoli and Tunis

Approved health certificate will be requested before contract start

NRC reserves the right to use electronic screening tools for this purpose.

NB: Please enter the geographical location in the "Company name" field for both company and location on your application. For more jobs follow us on Twitter @nrc_jobs

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