Position Title: Operation Officer
Activation Date: 23 June, 2022 Announced Date: 23 June, 2022 Expire Date: 29 June, 2022
About Danish Refugee Council:
To be successful in this role you must have:
Experience and technical competencies:
- 3 years’ experience in the mine action program (Clearance, MRE, Survey and MDU operation).
- 2 years’ experience for Mine Action (MA) operation officer.
- Have to be qualified EOD IMAS level 3
- Basic management level
- Basic knowledge IMSMA
- High school (Certificate is attached)
- TL course
- Supervisor course
- QA course
- Middle management course)
- Pashto and Dari –fluency
- Very Good English
- Salary and conditions will be in accordance with DRC salary scale
- Plan and prepare manual and mechanical demining, BAC, technical and non-technical survey, EORE and other tasks assigned by RMAM/HDP TL/Supervisor.
- Execute and control Demining, BAC, technical and non-survey, RE and other tasks assigned to the Teams.
- Supervise Team Leaders, Section Leaders, Paramedics, Deminers and support staff.
- Assist the HDP Team Leader/Regional Mine Action Manager in all aspects of operational issues in the area.
- Ensure all Teams' activities adhere to DRC HDP’s SOPs.
- Conduct Quality Assurance checks on Team leaders, Section Leaders, Paramedics and Deminers in accordance with QA/ QC SOP and spend 80% of work time with teams at the filed.
- Plan and coordinate the team’s daily working schedules.
- Report on daily work and collect weekly/monthly achievements of teams (IMSMA form) to the RMAM.
- Organize handover ceremony upon completion of task in coordination with the RMAM.
- Ensure drivers, guards, Cook, and cleaner at the HDP camp work properly and do continuously monitor and supervise.
- Accompany HDP Team Leader/Regional Mine Action Manager and other delegations to meetings and field visits.
- Take directions from the HDP TL and RMAM in reference to development and improvements.
- Assist the Team Leader/Section leader in preparing of site clearance plan.
- Daily Supervision of the operational activities in the operational area.
- Ensure that all on-site requirements are in place before the work begins at the work site(s).
- Detail tasks to the Team leader/ Section leader and ensure they are understood correctly.
- Maintain a high level of discipline and morale within all relevant teams.
- Control the teams vehicle movement and ensure functioning communications all that time.
- Co-operate and give support to team leader/ Section leader in operational matters. Assist and liaise with the Internal and External Quality Assurance Team.
- Ensure the tasks (MF/BF) completion report is based on IMSMA and HMA format and keep a record in the field office.
- Ensure community liaison and task risk assessment are conducted by the teams in the community before the teams are deployed for operations in the area.
- A case study with photos should be provided (for minefield/battlefield and EORE) through HDP Team leader/Regional Mine Action Managers each month.
- Maintain a good relationship with DMAC/RO and local authority in an operation area
- Monitor EOD, emergency and DMAC hotline tasks; ensure the correct procedures are adhered to by survey / EOD team/QRT.
- Be responsible and supervise the team’s residence at the HDP camps (security), explosive store at the camp and team’s daily use of explosive stores with written records.
- Be aware of the security situation and evacuation routes from the operation area and HDP camp.
- Report changes within the security situation to the HDP TL or RMAM.
- Other delegated tasks from the HDP Team Leader/Regional Mine Action Manager.
WHO ARE WE?
The Danish Refugee Council assists refugees and internally displaced persons across the globe: we provide emergency aid, fight for their rights, and strengthen their opportunity for a brighter future. We work in conflict-affected areas, along the displacement routes, and in the countries where refugees settle. In cooperation with local communities, we strive for responsible and sustainable solutions. We work toward successful integration and – whenever possible – for the fulfillment of the wish to return home. The Danish Refugee Council was founded in Denmark in 1956, and has since grown to become an international humanitarian organization with more than 7,000 staff and 8,000 volunteers. Our vision is a dignified life for all displaced. All of our efforts are based on our value compass: humanity, respect, independence and neutrality, participation, and honesty and transparency.
Interested? Then apply for this position, all applicants must send a letter of motivation and DRC Job Application form, you can access our job application form from the below link.