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14 Mars 2021 Il y a 6 mois

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Preliminary Job Information
Job Title  WASH & Rehabilitation COORDINATOR
Country and Base  TUNIS, TUNISIA
Reports to  Deputy Head Of Mission program
Creation/Replacement  Replacement
Duration of Mission  4 months
Expected date of Arrival  01/04/2021

 

General Information
Première Urgence Internationale (PUI) is a non-governmental, non-profit, non-political and non-religious international aid organization. Our  teams are committed to supporting civilians’ victims of marginalization and exclusion, or hit by natural disasters, wars and economic collapses,  by answering their fundamental needs. Our aim is to provide emergency relief to uprooted people in order to help them recover their dignity and  regain self-sufficiency. The association leads on average 200 projects per year in the following sectors of intervention: food security, health,  nutrition, construction and rehabilitation of infrastructures, water, sanitation, hygiene and economic recovery. PUI is providing assistance to  around 7 million people in 22 countries –in Africa, Asia, Middle East, and Europe. PUI Libya mission started implementing operations in East of  Libya in 2017. The organization develop a lifesaving response that provides primary health care services to the most vulnerable population (internal displaced populations and their host communities, migrants, refugees and asylum seekers) combined with an integrated basic needs  response to address the overall health situation of the PoC in detention centers and in urban settings. 

General Context :  

Libya, a mostly desert and oil-rich country with an ancient history, has more recently been known for the 42-year rule of the mercurial Colonel  Muammar Gaddafi -and the chaos that has followed his departure (BBC, 2019). The country has splintered, and since 2014 has been divided  into competing political and military factions based in Tripoli and the east. Among the key leaders are Prime Minister Fayez Sarraj, head of the  internationally-recognized government in Tripoli, Khalifa Haftar; leader of the Libyan National Army, which controls much of eastern Libya; Aghila  Saleh, speaker of the House of Representatives based in the eastern city of Tobruk; and Khaled Mishri, the elected head of the High State Council  in Tripoli.  

Humanitarian consequences:  

Libya continues to struggle to cope with the effects of ongoing conflict and insecurity, an economic and governance crisis and the impacts of  COVID-19. In 2020, around 2.5 million people have been the most affected, with 1.3 million people having the most severe needs and requiring  humanitarian assistance. This is the result of a deterioration or partial collapse of living standards and basic services, an increased reliance on  the use of negative coping strategies and widespread grave violations of human rights and significant impact on physical and mental wellbeing. 

Despite the crisis, Libya remains an attractive destination for migrant workers due to an economy that relies on foreign labour, higher salaries  and historical ties, as well as being a transitory route for people seeking opportunities or asylum in Europe. An estimated 655,000 refugees and  migrants are in Libya, including 48,000 registered refugees and asylum seekers. However, refugees and migrants continue to be exposed to  protection risks, human rights violations, exploitation and abuse (HNO, 2021).

PUI’s strategy/position in the country and current programs
PUI’s strategy/position in the country 

The main programmatic objectives of PUI can be synthetized as follows: 

Enhance protection environment and access to essential services for conflict-affected communities in Libya. Provide life-saving assistance by ensuring a safe and dignified access to health services as well as an access to clean water, basic  sanitation facilities and hygiene items for the affected families in Detention Centers.  

Improve the quality of the health services provided to the people through the national health facilities. 

History of the mission and current programs 

PUI Libya mission started implementing operations in East of Libya in 2017. The organization has developed a lifesaving response that provides  primary health care services to the most vulnerable population (internal displaced populations and their host communities, migrants, refugees  and asylum seekers) combined with an integrated basic needs response to address the overall health situation of the PoC in detention centres 

 

and in urban settings. As a result, after three years of experience, PUI is now positioning as a significant actor targeting all groups of population  in various settings in all eastern Libya. Its constant and solid field presence enables the organization to develop strong relationships with key  stakeholders (authorities, local community leaders and local and international NGOs), as well as acceptance in reference to the activities  implementation. In 2020, 2 Mobile Health Teams were deployed in Al Kufra and 1 in Detention centers in Eastern Libya. PUI is implementing an  integrated approach, with Protection and MHPSS specialist embedded in each MHT. Additionally, PUI is working on the reinforcement of the  health system through training and capacity building project for health professionals, and the rehabilitation of health facilities. In 2021, the mission  will implement 2 projects funding by AICS and ECHO/SDC.  

Title:Libya Equal Access and Development for Recovery: enhancing access to health services (AICS) in Al Kufra, Benghazi and Al  Bayda 

Title: Enhance protection environment and access to essential services for conflict-affected communities in southern Libya. (ECHO /  SDC) in Al Kufra 

To note, due to the administrative context, the majority of the humanitarian intervention in Libya are being managed remotely from Tunis

Configuration of the mission
BUDGET FORECAST 2020  4 000 000 Euros
BASES  Coordination in Tunis (TUNISIA), Operational base in Benghazi and Al Kufra (LIBYA)
NUMBER OF EXPATRIATES  11
NUMBER OF NATIONAL STAFF  60
MAIN PARTNERS  Italian Cooperation, ECHO, Swiss Cooperation
ACTIVITY SECTORS  Health, Protection, MHPSS, WASH and rehabilitation

 

Job Description
Overall objective
The WASH & Rehabilitation coordinator ensures the monitoring of qualitative and operational aspects of the mission’s WASH & Rehabilitation programmes on a  day-to-day basis. He/She technically supervises the WASH & Rehabilitation team jointly with the relevant field coordinators in the bases. The WASH &  Rehabilitation department is a multi-sectorial department, focusing on WASH, infrastructure and NFI activities such as rehabilitation of WASH facilities,  rehabilitation of Health facilities and NFI/Hygiene Kits distribution to vulnerable populations.
Tasks and Responsibilities
Programmes : He/She coordinates the WASH & Rehabilitationteams jointly with the Field Coordinators, ensures the operational,  qualitative and integrated aspects of programmes are put into practice properly (monitoring of objectives, respecting due dates and  budgetary provisions, quality control, integrated approach).  

Evaluation / Strategy / Development: He/She participates, for his technical sector, in creating an operational strategy and suggests  new operations according to needs identified at base and mission level. He strongly participates (in coordination with other national  coordinators and the relevant Field cordinators) in the design and implementation of assessments and in the design and overall project  cycle management of all WASH & Rehabilitation projects at mission level. He/She is responsible for the design and the implementation  of mitigation risk measures due to the remote management set up for his/her department.  

Human resources: He/She supervises the technical component of the teams operating on WASH & Rehabilitation WASH & Rehabilitation (participates in technical evaluations, helps defining technical objectives, written tests, interviews). He/She supports the line managers  of the WASH & Rehabilitation departement in designing and implementing a training plan for all the WASH & Rehabilitation team.  

Representation: Upon delegation of the Deputy Head Of Mission program, He/She ensures and coordinates representation at mission  level with partners, donors and different authorities, participation to the working group (WASH, NFI/Shelter sectors). Coordination: He/She ensures that information is efficiently communicated between the WASH & Rehabilitation teams and other teams  (support, programs…) and he ensures a proper coordination and information sharing with other national level coordinators (Log,  Admin…) 

Logistical, administrative and financial monitoring: He/she coordinates with the Logistic and Administration coordinator for the  procurement and Financial Follow up. 

Specific Goals and Related Activities
1. PARTICIPATING IN DEFINING OF PROGRAMMES AND MONITORING OF THE PROGRAMMES UNTIL THEY ARE COMPLETED

He/She supervises the technical quality of WASH & Rehabilitation WASH & Rehabilitation related activities, including project and site  visits, monitoring the quality of interventions, meeting PUI’s WASH & Rehabilitation staff and all the external stakeholders.

He/She guarantees gateways between the other program departments in the design and the implementation of the activities (sharing  information, integrated assessments…)  

He/She alerts the Deputy Head Of Mission program in cases of delays identified in implementation of WASH & Rehabilitation programmes  and suggests adjustments (in terms of activities, operation area, budget, schedule etc). 

He/She, leads the WASH & Rehabilitation components assessments and proposal (narative, techncial design, financial design, support  needs, data analysis and reporting…)

 

He/She ensures that donor reporting for WASH & Rehabilitation WASH & Rehabilitation projects are prepared (Monthly and ad-hoc  reports). 

He/she participates and support plannings at base and coordination levels. 

He/she updates on monthly bases the context regarding needs at National and base level 

He/She ensures that WASH & Rehabilitation teams respect PUI’s procedures and formats and are in compliance with the PUI’s operation  policy. In case of non-compliance with PUI policies, he/she directly share an alert to his line manager. 

He/She collects all the means of verification on a regular basis as listed in the WASH & Rehabilitation remote strategy and he/she  develops solid synergies with the support department and other programmatic departments to systematically cross-check these means  of verification. 

He/She leads and ensures an institutional knowledge building strategy for WASH & Rehabilitation interventions and defines, with the  Deputy Head Of Mission program the relevant documents and tools to be produced. 

He/she reviews Project Monitoring Tools (PMTs), design planning tools for the WASH & Rehabilitation activities Design follow up tools to monitor the progress of WASH & Rehabilitation activities. 

He/She updates the different package of tools (such as DC and Urban settings package) within the WASH & Rehabilitation department  and ensures that all the tools are used properly 

He/She feed the coordination team with regular progress reports, particularly in analysis of indicators and results of the mission’s WASH  & Rehabilitation programs.

PARTICIPATING IN THE DEFINITION AND THE REVISION OF OPERATIONAL STRATEGY 

He/She participates in preparing a mission Strategy for the WASH & Rehabilitation department. 

He/She designs clear SOPs for the WASH, infrastructure and NFI activities within the mission.  

He/She will support the MEAL team in the preparation and during assessments. He/She guarantees the quality ofthe data collection  and analysis. 

He/She participates in the follow up of the humanitarian situation in the country and reports needs to the Deputy Head Of Mission program and HQ referent. He/She sends regular situation update and analysis to the Deputy Head Of Mission program and HQ Referent.He/She leads the design and the implementation of a risk mitigation measures strategy for the WASH & Rehabilitation departement for all the bases. 

 

He/She ensures that donor reporting for WASH & Rehabilitation WASH & Rehabilitation projects are prepared (Monthly and ad-hoc  reports). 

He/she participates and support plannings at base and coordination levels. 

He/she updates on monthly bases the context regarding needs at National and base level 

He/She ensures that WASH & Rehabilitation teams respect PUI’s procedures and formats and are in compliance with the PUI’s operation  policy. In case of non-compliance with PUI policies, he/she directly share an alert to his line manager. 

He/She collects all the means of verification on a regular basis as listed in the WASH & Rehabilitation remote strategy and he/she  develops solid synergies with the support department and other programmatic departments to systematically cross-check these means  of verification. 

He/She leads and ensures an institutional knowledge building strategy for WASH & Rehabilitation interventions and defines, with the  Deputy Head Of Mission program the relevant documents and tools to be produced. 

He/she reviews Project Monitoring Tools (PMTs), design planning tools for the WASH & Rehabilitation activities Design follow up tools to monitor the progress of WASH & Rehabilitation activities. 

He/She updates the different package of tools (such as DC and Urban settings package) within the WASH & Rehabilitation department  and ensures that all the tools are used properly 

He/She feed the coordination team with regular progress reports, particularly in analysis of indicators and results of the mission’s WASH  & Rehabilitation programs.

PARTICIPATING IN THE DEFINITION AND THE REVISION OF OPERATIONAL STRATEGY 

He/She participates in preparing a mission Strategy for the WASH & Rehabilitation department. 

He/She designs clear SOPs for the WASH, infrastructure and NFI activities within the mission.  

He/She will support the MEAL team in the preparation and during assessments. He/She guarantees the quality ofthe data collection  and analysis. 

He/She participates in the follow up of the humanitarian situation in the country and reports needs to the Deputy Head Of Mission program and HQ referent. He/She sends regular situation update and analysis to the Deputy Head Of Mission program and HQ Referent.He/She leads the design and the implementation of a risk mitigation measures strategy for the WASH & Rehabilitation departement for all the bases. 

2. SUPERVISING LOCAL AND INTERNATIONAL TEAMS WITHIN HIS/HER DEPARTMENT 

He/She is the technical supervisor of the WASH & Rehabilitation project team at mission level. 

Thus, he/she designs job descriptions of project manager and officers before sending to the relevant field Coordinators.  He/She leads department meetings and define with the Field Coordinators priorities and activity schedules. He/She leads with the line managers in the recruiting of the members of his/her team and participate in the end of contract process for  

positions under his/her technical area. He/She designs with the line managers the job description and the written tests for the positions  under his/her technical area. 

He/She ensures and/or supervises the continued training of the local and an international member of his/her team (organizational,  methodological and technical support), participates in the identification of training needs and recommends training action internally or  externally.

3. PARTICIPATING IN THE MANAGEMENT AND SAFETY OF GOODS AND PEOPLE IN HIS/HER OPERATION AREA He/she also alerts the relevant Field Coordinators and Deputy Head Of Mission program if gaps are observed during his/her field visit  in order that corrective action should be taken.
4. ENSURING THE CIRCULATION OF INFORMATION AND THE REPRESENTATION OF PUI 

He/She ensures information is efficiently communicated between the national coordination and the field. 

He/She participates actively in coordination meetings. 

He/She coordinates, under the supervision of the Deputy Head Of Mission program, the sector representation of PUI among partners,  donors and different authorities at mission level such as WASH and NFI/Shelter sectors, QIPs coordination meetings, ad-hoc meetings  with partners in the East… 

He/She ensures the external reporting linked to the sectors and the differents coordination meetings. 

5. ENSURE THE RESPECT OF PROCEDURES AND FACILITATE THE LOGISTICAL, ADMINISTRATIVE AND FINANCIAL  MONITORING OF HIS/HER OPERATION AREA 

He/She analyses the supply chain process in place for all equipment and materialsunder the WASH & Rehabilitation activities and  proposes specific improvements if needed. 

In collaboration with the logistics coordination, he/she contributes to the procurement processes of his/her departement (preparation of  the tender documents, analyzing bids made by suppliers and reporting process). 

He/She participates in the FFU meetings to support the WASH & Rehabilitation team at field level.  

He/She makes sure in collaboration with the Deputy Head Of Mission program that logistical, administrative and financial procedures  are established for WASH & Rehabilitation projects and alerts the relevant Field Coordinators and the coordination team if gaps are  observed in order that corrective action may be taken.

Focus on 3 priority activities relating to the context of the mission
Supervision and technical suport for the Implementation of the current WASH & Rehabilitation projects 

Capacity Building of the field team 

 

Structuration of the WASH & Rehabilitation department of PUI Libya.

 

Required Profile
ESSENTIAL  DESIRABLE
TRAINING  Technical training in water supply, sanitation  and hygiene  

University degree in civil engineering or  construction works 

Project Management
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Humanitarian 

Technical

Min. 3 years as a manager of humanitarian  projects (international position) 

Successful experience in expatriate team  management and in management of  

WASH and/or Rehabilitation Programs and/or shelter/NFI 

water supply, sanitation, hygiene,  

infrastructures, shelter/NFI

Experience in needs assessment and monitoring of  activities 

NFI/Hygiene Kit distribution  

Experience with PUI 

Experience as technical coordinator in humanitarian  projects

KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS  Good writing skills 

Strong Knowledge in project management

Ability to work in unstable context 

Knowledge of procedures of institutional donors  (ECHO, UNHCR, )

LANGUAGES 

French 

English 

Arabic

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SOFTWARE 

Pack Office 

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Conditions
Status
EMPLOYED with a Fixed-Term Contract
Compensation
MONTHLY GROSS INCOME: from 5385 up to 6264 TND depending on the experience + 2% per year seniority with PUI 
Benefits
INSURANCE : ALLIANZ 

PAID LEAVES POLICY : 2 Paid Leave per month

 

Critères d'éligibilité

  • Strong commitment to humanitarian principles
  • Ability to work independently, take initiative and take responsibility
  • Resilience to stress
  • Works well in and promotes teamwork, comfortable in a multicultural environment, flexible and able to handle pressure with professional grace
  • Diplomacy and open-mindedness
  • Good analytical skills
  • Organization and ability to manage priorities
  • Proactive attitude
  • Ability to work and manage professionally and maturely
  • Others Mobility: movements in Libya could be required.

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