Under sub-component 1.1 of the Iraq Social Stabilization and Resilience Project (ESSRP), IOM Iraq will work in close cooperation with the Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs (MOLSA) to implement a large-scale cash-for-work (CfW) programme in Ninewa and Salah Al-Din Governorates. The 18-month programme will aim to: i) increase access to short-term employment and kick-start economic activity through labor-intensive public works; and ii) build the capacity of MOLSA to establish a Public Works/CfW program as a social safety net.
Core Functions / Responsibilities
Under the overall guidance of the Field Operations Officer and the Project Manager, the direct supervision and guidance of the Cash for Work Senior Operations Assistant/Site Supervisor, the incumbent will be providing support to the implementation of the project in terms of facilitating the smooth implementation of the everyday tasks of the cash for work component. In particular, the incumbent will be responsible for the following tasks:
- Complete and provide accurate daily attendance sheets of registered beneficiaries at the assigned site/location, and report on non-attending ones to the senior operations assistant/ site supervisor
- Inform the senior operations assistant about any delays/problems on payments as might be reported by beneficiaries
- Ensure no children are included in the cash for work activities
- Provide and deliver photos from sites/locations on daily basis
- Monitor labors activities to ensure all labors are carrying out their assigned activities
- Ensure safe work practices during project implementation;
- Ensure adherence to the IOM code of conduct during project implementation, and adhere to the principle of Do No Harm;
- Refer any potential beneficiaries approaching the site, to the site supervisors;
- Ensure timely and adequate reporting on all observations pertaining to potential security incidents;
- Any other such duties as may be assigned.
- University degree from an accredited institution in Management, Administration or related field, with around 2 years of relevant work experience; or
- Completed High School Diploma from accredited academic institution, with around 4 years of relevant experience.
Experience & Skills
- Experience in humanitarian NGO/INGO is an advantage
- Commitment to perform tasks and duties in a professional and reliable manner
- Strong interpersonal communication skills
Fluency in English and Arabic is required. Knowledge of the local language(s) in the area of work (Kurdish, Turkmen, and/or Assyrian) is an advantage.
- Takes responsibility and manages constructive criticism.
- Works effectively with all focal points and managers.
- Promotes continuous learning; communicates clearly.
- Takes initiative and drives high levels of performance management.
- Plans work, anticipates risks, and sets goals within area of responsibility.
- Displays mastery of subject matter.
- Contributes to a collegial team environment.
- Incorporates gender-related needs, perspectives, and concerns, and promotes equal gender participation.
- Displays awareness of relevant technological solutions.
Interested candidates are invited to submit their applications via a link:
In order for an application to be considered valid, IOM only accepts online profiles duly completed. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.