The Shelter Coordinator is responsible for the detailed planning and implementation of the projects in close coordination with the Project Manager and Area Manager
- Provide direct supervision of Social Officers and Technical Officers, and Team Leader
- Responsible for managing the performance of staff under his / her supervision, including working with the staff members to set and monitor objectives and work plans, and provide constructive feedback on an on-going and scheduled basis
- Responsible for overseeing the delivery of agreed outputs and for quality of the shelter activities being implemented
- In close liaison with the Shelter Project Manager take timely and considered decisions on how to respond to changing needs of beneficiaries
- Responsible for weekly and monthly activity plans for the Shelter team, and ensuring they are in accordance with overall project objectives, identified outputs and timeframes.
- Ensure household social assessments and technical assessments are undertaken according to NRC standards and guidance
- In close coordination with the Shelter Project Manager, develop the design of Shelter activities in the Area Office, and, as relevant, contribute to their development, including proposals and other donor documents
- With support of the Shelter PM, propose, organize and implement assessments for assessing new areas of intervention and new modalities
- In coordination with the Shelter Project Manager and M&E Coordinator, ensure the Monitoring and Evaluation plan is undertaken in a timely manner
- Ensure all project documentation is prepared and archived properly.
- Be receptive to, and where necessary proactively seek, technical advice from the Shelter Program Manager and Shelter Advisor
- Document technical issues and questions and report to the Shelter Management with suggested ways of addressing them.
- In cooperation with the Shelter Project Manager and Area Manager, support with the recruitment of shelter staff
- Conduct frequent field visits to check progress in the field, and to maintain a rapport with beneficiaries, owners and local authorities
Our Ideal Candidate:
Minimum three years of proven field experience, preferably from refugee/IDP programmers in complex emergencies and with experience from working in a difficult security environment; University Degree in Civil engineering. Practical experience with planning and execution of relevant projects; Experience in capacity building and community based programming; Experience in staff management; Experience of management of projects to deadlines; Experience in logistics/ admin / finance management; Experience of coordination work; Experience of working in the geographical area; Proficient in English, both written and verbal; Proficient with Microsoft Office. And AutoCAD.