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International Committee of the Red Cross Recruitment 2019Are you a graduate or non-graduate seeking for a job opportunity in Nigeria? If yes, here’s an opportunity for you. The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) is currently recruiting to fill the available positions. Read more details below;

ICRC Recruitment 2018

The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) is an impartial, neutral and independent organisation whose exclusively humanitarian mission is to protect the lives and dignity of victims of armed conflict and other situations of violence and to provide them with assistance.

The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), Jos Sub Delegation is looking for a suitable candidate to fill the vacancy below:

Job Title: Armed and Security Forces (FAS) Assistant
Location:
 Abuja
Job Description

Based in Abuja, the FAS Assistant integrates the MAG Unit team of the FAS Department, contributing to its networking activities, as well as to the planning, preparation, execution and evaluation of International Humanitarian Law/International Human Rights Law dissemination and training activities as per Military and Armed Groups Unit/ABJ Plans of Action. Additionally, he supports Protection Department efforts to propel dialogue on Conduct of Hostilities and Detention with key military interlocutors, and carries out activities in support of other departments and field structures, as determined by the Head of the MAG (Military and Armed Groups) Unit.
Main Duties and Responsibilities

  • Contributes to the development and maintenance of a network of key interlocutors who can ensure better and deeper collaboration between the ICRC and the AFN (Armed Forces of Nigeria);
  • Contributes to the analysis of the security situation and military operations, as well as to its impact in terms of humanitarian consequences and ICRC operations;
  • Contributes to the planning, preparation, conduction and evaluation of IHL/IHRL dissemination and training activities, including case studies; submits activity and situation reports, as required;
  • Contributes to the planning, preparation, conduction and evaluation of activities with Community Defence Groups on relevant law, command responsibility and best practices;
  • Acts as MAG Unit/ABJ interface with other departments and field structures, as required;
  • Planning, preparation and execution of IHL/IHRL training and disseminations activities with the Armed Forces of Nigeria and Law Enforce Agencies (50%)
  • Conducting IHL/IHRL training/dissemination activities for troops deployed in conflict or violence-ridden areas or during their
  • pre-deployment training (PDT) in the Nigerian Army Training Centre (NATRAC) in Kontangora, in the Special Forces Training Centre in Buni Yadi, or any other PDT centre used by the AFN (30%).
  • Represents the ICRC in a professional manner at all times.

Education and Experience Required

  • University degree in Social Sciences, Communication or any relevant fields
  • Retired commissioned military officer below the rank of Major.
  • Basic knowledge of IHL and human rights law.
  • Fluent in written and spoken English (Knowledge of Hausa language an advantage)
  • Good communication skills

Personal Attributes:

  • Creative and proactive attitude.
  • Professional appearance
  • Open-minded and non-judgemental
  • Willingness to travel all over Nigeria and internationally when required
  • Service Oriented

Job Title: Armed and Security Forces (FAS) Advisor
Location:
 Borno
Job Descriptions
Based in Maiduguri (MIU), the FAS Adviser/MIU is the local FAS file-holder on issues related to the ICRC’s dialogue with arms carriers in armed conflicts and other situations of violence, providing support to the Sub-delegation in terms of networking with relevant military and security authorities, as well as with the planning, coordination and execution of International Humanitarian Law/International.
Human Rights Law training and dissemination activities. Concurrently, he supports the MIU Sub-delegation in shaping its dialogue on Conduct of Hostilities and Detention with the military authorities in the Northeast. Finally, the FAS Adviser supports the setting of sub- delegation’s communication priorities, objectives and strategies, as well as the planning, execution, monitoring and evaluation of its communication activities.
Main Duties and Responsibilities

  • Advises the Head of Sub-Delegation MIU on all matters concerning the best way to relate with the military hierarchy of the AFN (Armed Forces of Nigeria) HQ (headquarters), commands and units deployed in the NE (North East);
  • Contributes to the analysis of the military and security situation, as well as of all issues related to the use of force and its impact in terms of humanitarian consequences and ICRC operations;
  • Proactively takes steps to expand the networking base with relevant military interlocutors who can ensure better and deeper collaboration between the Sub-Delegation and the military in the North East;
  • In coordination with the Military and Armed Groups Unit/ABJ, organises IHL/IHRL dissemination and training activities – including case studies and pre-deployment training – with AFN HQ, commands and units garrisoned or deployed in the NE;
  • Supports the Management and Protection Unit in developing and sustaining a dialogue on conduct of hostilities with relevant military operational commanders in the NE;
  • Acts as a relay between the Sub-Delegation and the PGE Unit/ABJ concerning the PGE program and file;
  • Organising and conducting IHL/IHRL dissemination and training sessions, including case study, for AFN and LE Agencies’ personnel deployed in the North East (30%).
  • Advising – under the technical guidance of the MAG/ABJ HoU – the SD/MIU Management on all matters concerning the ICRC’s dialogue with military authorities in the NE (20%).

Education and Experience Required:

  • Master’s degree in Social Sciences.
  • Retired commissioned military officer not below the rank of Major with a pass staff college (PSC) award.
  • Basic knowledge of IHL and human rights law.
  • Fluent in written and spoken English (knowledge of Hausa language an advantage).
  • Good analytical and writing skills.
  • Efficient use of Microsoft PowerPoint and Word.

Personal Attributes:

  • Creative and proactive attitude.
  • Professional appearance
  • Open-minded and non-judgemental
  • Willingness to travel all over Nigeria and internationally when required
  • Service Oriented

Job Title: Radio Operator
Location:
 Abuja
Job Description
Independently operates all radio and satellite equipment for voice and data communication. Independently facilitates radio and telecommunication contacts and permanent field follow-up according to internal guidelines. Selects most efficient mean of communication (inside and outside ICRC), taking in account format electronic or paper), speed and price.
Operates all machines for Voice (Tel, VHF, HF) and satellite telephone and maintains daily radio and operations in the field mobile log. Acts quickly in the event of an emergency and contact relevant managements to contain and help solve critical incidents maintain a detailed incident log for security reports. Registers and treats incoming and outgoing information confidentially, rapidly and with accuracy.
Main Duties and Responsibilities

  • Operates all types of radio (VHF, HF) including phone/satellite equipment for voice and data communication
  • Maintains daily radio operations in the field mobile log
  • Facilitates radio and telecommunication contacts and maintains a permanent field follow-up according to internal guidelines
  • Respects international and national radio procedures when contacting other stations
  • Immediately shares with management any information that can affect ICRC operations.
  • Registers and treat incoming and outgoing information, confidentially, rapidly and with accuracy
  • Is responsible for ensuring that the correct languages are used when working with all types of radios
  • Selects the most efficient means of communication (inside and outside the ICRC) taking into account speed and cost
  • Conducts radio checks as requested by management
  • Keeps record and tracks of satellite equipment, portable radios and other equipment in the Radio Room and ensures that they are constantly in good working condition
  • Reports all faults or irregularities relating to the efficient functioning of the Radio Room and/or the equipment to the Radio
  • Operator Supervisor or the ICT Department

Education and Experience Required

  • Diploma in ICT or Electrical Electronic, additional vocational training in electronics, telecommunication, IT or similar field will be an asset
  • Experience in communications/Radio operations within NGO’s or similar function preferably with an international organization
  • Very good command of written and spoken English.
  • Very good knowledge of Windows based computers
  • Good knowledge of radio (HF & VHF) technology and satellite communication
  • Excellent knowledge of the geographically assigned environment
  • No prior criminal conviction

Personal Attributes:

  • Capable and motivated to continuously update one-self on latest developments.
  • Strong sense of responsibility and autonomy with good organizational skills.

Job Title: Detention Field Officer 1 (Prison Systems)
Location:
 Abuja
Job Descriptions
Under the direct supervision of the Prison System Advisor and in coordination with the Deputy Protection Coordinator in charge of detention, the Detention FO – PSO: Participates in identifying and formulating solutions to humanitarian issues that are rooted in the prison system, using a project-cycle methodology and a multi-disciplinary approach. Contributes to confidence building efforts and sustains constructive dialogue on systemic issues with NPS authorities at the prison, State, Zonal and Federal levels. Supports the Delegation in developing a mapping of the key actors involved in detention-related programs and in developing and/or strengthening contacts with them.
Main Duties and Responsibilities

  • Support the mapping of stakeholders working in detention and of detention-related programs (building of new prisons, training of staff, capacity building projects, etc.) that these actors plan or are implementing in Nigeria in order to identify possible points of contact, as well as synergies.
  • Support the development of multi-stakeholders approaches to the benefit of the penitentiary system.
  • Support the PSA in the development of seminars or thematic workshop on relevant issues, with prison management and other authorities/actors.
  • Participate in the planning and preparation of training for NPS Staff.
  • Takes part in briefings and technical support to staff involved in detention activities.
  • Helps to plan, organize and prepare minutes of internal and external meetings.
  • Reports the results of his activities in a timely manner using existing institutional tools.
  • Follows up on all work-related messages and correspondence with the relevant contacts and departments
  • Is aware of the delegation’s objectives and has a good knowledge of the Movement and other contacts relevant to the position
  • Collects and shares information so as to improve the ICRC’s understanding of the environment and humanitarian trends and responses

Education and Experience Required

  • University degree or relevant professional experience.
  • 2 or more years’ experience as a Prison Officer, criminal justice agency staff, social worker or similar, or in other relevant organizations, before joining the ICRC.
  • 2 or more years’ ICRC experience in the field of protection or with other international organizations.
  • Proven experience in leading and managing protection activities or projects.
  • Computer proficiency.
  • Knowledge of prison authorities or other stakeholders, potential network of interlocutors.
  • Expert level in computer skills.
  • Skilled in the following competencies: Networking & Communication; Adapting & Learning; Responsibility & Autonomy; Communication (ability to express views and ideas); Analysis & Synthesis.

Personal Attributes:

  • Creative and proactive attitude.
  • Professional appearance
  • Open-minded and non-judgemental
  • Willingness to travel all over Nigeria and internationally when required
  • Service Oriented

Job Title: Detention Field Officer 1 (Prison Systems)
Location:
 Abuja
Job Descriptions
Under the direct supervision of the Prison System Advisor and in coordination with the Deputy Protection Coordinator in charge of detention, the Detention FO – PSO: Participates in identifying and formulating solutions to humanitarian issues that are rooted in the prison system, using a project-cycle methodology and a multi-disciplinary approach. Contributes to confidence building efforts and sustains constructive dialogue on systemic issues with NPS authorities at the prison, State, Zonal and Federal levels. Supports the Delegation in developing a mapping of the key actors involved in detention-related programs and in developing and/or strengthening contacts with them.
Main Duties and Responsibilities

  • Support the mapping of stakeholders working in detention and of detention-related programs (building of new prisons, training of staff, capacity building projects, etc.) that these actors plan or are implementing in Nigeria in order to identify possible points of contact, as well as synergies.
  • Support the development of multi-stakeholders approaches to the benefit of the penitentiary system.
  • Support the PSA in the development of seminars or thematic workshop on relevant issues, with prison management and other authorities/actors.
  • Participate in the planning and preparation of training for NPS Staff.
  • Takes part in briefings and technical support to staff involved in detention activities.
  • Helps to plan, organize and prepare minutes of internal and external meetings.
  • Reports the results of his activities in a timely manner using existing institutional tools.
  • Follows up on all work-related messages and correspondence with the relevant contacts and departments
  • Is aware of the delegation’s objectives and has a good knowledge of the Movement and other contacts relevant to the position
  • Collects and shares information so as to improve the ICRC’s understanding of the environment and humanitarian trends and responses

Education and Experience Required

  • University degree or relevant professional experience.
  • 2 or more years’ experience as a Prison Officer, criminal justice agency staff, social worker or similar, or in other relevant organizations, before joining the ICRC.
  • 2 or more years’ ICRC experience in the field of protection or with other international organizations.
  • Proven experience in leading and managing protection activities or projects.
  • Computer proficiency.
  • Knowledge of prison authorities or other stakeholders, potential network of interlocutors.
  • Expert level in computer skills.
  • Skilled in the following competencies: Networking & Communication; Adapting & Learning; Responsibility & Autonomy; Communication (ability to express views and ideas); Analysis & Synthesis.

Personal Attributes:

  • Creative and proactive attitude.
  • Professional appearance
  • Open-minded and non-judgemental
  • Willingness to travel all over Nigeria and internationally when required
  • Service Oriented

How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should send their Curriculum Vitae and contact details of three referees to: ABJ_Recruitment_Services@icrc.org Clearly indicate the position you are applying for, e.g “FAS Assistant ABJ” as the subject of your application (Applications intended for this role without this subject will not be treated)

In the body of the mail, please indicate the following in the format as seen:

  • Qualification(s)
  • Current location
  • Languages you speak
  • Years of relevant experience
  • NYSC status

Note

  • Late application will not be considered
  • Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.
  • However, ICRC will not request for any monetary payments from applicants at any stage of the recruitment process.
  • The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) is an impartial, neutral and independent organisation whose exclusively
  • humanitarian mission is to protect the lives and dignity of victims of armed conflict and other situations of violence and to provide them with assistance.

Application Deadline: 16:30hrs, 12th March, 2019.

Job Title: Economic Security Generalist (Field Officer)
Location:
 Maiduguri, Borno

Details

  • Contribute to the implementation and running of specific projects / programs, mainly independently, Maintains contacts with interlocutors / authorities at various degree. Supervises volunteers and closely monitors beneficiaries. Contribute to written reporting

Main duties and responsibilities

  • Is aware of the socio-political situation and livelihoods condition in the area of assignment
  • Advises the delegation in various fields such as politics, economy, religion, culture, etc. that contributes to the EcoSec activity implementation
  • Carries out detailed problem and situation analysis including technical and institutional challenges
  • Collects all relevant information in the field for the implementation of the programme and informs the delegate
  • Assess the general situation and identifies conflict affected population needs according to the EcoSec set criteria
  • Participates in the planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of the EcoSec programme activities mainly on emergencies and livelihoods response in close collaboration with Nigerian Red Cross Society (NRCS)
  • Provides immediate supervisor on weekly or ad hoc basis with updated statistical and logistic data
  • Does regular internal, oral and written reporting on field visit. Immediately reports any problems or delays in the implementation of the programme or the projects to the supervisors
  • Prepares the EcoSec section of the sub-delegation`s weekly operational report independently and contributes to other departmental reporting as required.

Education and Experience

  • University degree in Development Studies, Economics, Agriculture or related field
  • 4 years’ work experience in a similar field
  • Fluent in written and spoken English
  • Team leadership skills
  • Good knowledge of geographically assigned environment
  • Good analytical skills
  • Good communication skills
  • Shows judgement abilities to deal with special cases and propose solutions
  • Ensures that a good atmosphere is maintained within the EcoSec department and with the other ICRC department s through adequate communication
  • Good knowledge of mobile data collection tools
  • Reports on problems (security) with accuracy and without delays.

Job Title: Buyer 1 
Location: 
Jos, Plateau

Job Description

  • Buyer 1 supports the procurement process in a specific Subdelegation in accordance with ICRC rules and regulations.
  • In addition provides support in the areas of Supply Chain and Transport and in the absence of the Logistics Site Manager/ Logistician and. upervises Warehousing, stock management and Fleet to JOS Sub-Delegation

Main Duties and Responsibilities

  • Independently carries out ordinary procurement for specific sector(s) up to a certain amount.
  • Drafts requests for tenders/quotes, selection tables and contracts and submits them to their hierarchical superior
  • Ensures that orders are delivered in time
  • Follows up on purchases and deliveries until the goods are delivered in the warehouse or on the site. Checks that they are conform with specifications and contract details. Receives goods and checks that they correspond to quantities and quality ordered.
  • Advise the requester on quality issues / differences.
  • Ensures that orders are delivered in time
  • Follows up on purchases and deliveries until the goods are delivered in the warehouse or on the site. Checks that they are conform with specifications and contract details. Receives goods and checks that they correspond to quantities and quality ordered.
  • Advise the requester on quality issues / differences.
  • During the absence of the Logistics Site Manager/Logistician ensure the smooth operations at the warehouse and ensure that warehouse procedures are followed according to the Logistic manual.
  • During the absence of the Logistics Site Manager/Logistician should supervise and ensure that the unit functions optimally.
  • Supervises dispatch of ICRC goods with commercial transport companies
  • Ensure transport Frame agreements and contracts are signed with selected transport companies

Education and Experience Required

  • University degree in administration, logistics, procurement or a relevant field
  • 4 years work experience in a similar field
  • Good command of written and spoken English
  • Excellent computer skills (Word and Excel), including ICRC standard computer systems

Desired Profile and Skills:

  • Attention to details, meticulous
  • Confidential / Trustworthy
  • Service-oriented
  • Willingness to travel within Nigeria and/or outside Nigeria when required

How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should send their Curriculum Vitae and contact details of three referees to ABJ_Recruitment_Services@icrc.org Clearly indicate “Job Title/Location” as the subject of your application (Applications intended for this role without this subject will not be treated)

In the body of the mail, please indicate the following in the format as seen:

  • Qualification(s)
  • Current location
  • Languages you speak
  • Years of relevant experience
  • NYSC status

Note

  • Late application will not be considered
  • Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.
  • However, ICRC will not request for any monetary payments from applicants at any stage of the recruitment process.
  • The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) is an impartial, neutral and independent organisation whose exclusively humanitarian mission is to protect the lives and dignity of victims of armed conflict and other situations of violence and to provide them with assistance.

Application Deadline: 15th March, 2019.

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