FFA Field Engineer/Infrastructure Officer (Only South Sudanese national to apply)
The Field Engineer/Infrastructure Officer will be responsible for overall design, planning, coordination, implementation, monitoring and review of the construction and rehabilitations of communal assets (roads, flood control dykes, solar dries, grain storages, service infrastructures, water points and other structural works identified by the community. The project ‘Food Assistances for Assets (FFA) in Kapoeta South and Budi Counties that will be implemented in partnership with WFP. The role will include working closely with the target communities; the project team and the timely implementation of all the planned community assets and infrastructures project activities.
The incumbent of this position represents Save the Children values and principles in interactions with staff and external audiences. These values and principles include commitment to the mission of Save the Children International, team orientation, quality management and leadership development, introducing systems and procedures to strengthen staff motivation and productivity.
QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
- Diploma or First Degree in Structural/Civil Engineering, Agro-mechanical Engineering, other relevant fields of study.
- At least three years for Diploma and one year for First Degree holders proven experience preferably in structural engineering, participatory communal assets appraisal, rehabilitation/maintenance and construction works in rural areas.
- Relevant experiences of project implementation in supporting community based food security programme and/or emergency interventions in NGOs or similar.
- Knowledge of the local language and communication skills.
- Substantial experience in coordinating, mobilizing community, planning, implementation, supervision, monitoring and reporting.
- Cultural and gender sensitivity
- Strong interpersonal skills and an ability to mentor staff
- Proven ability to manage a complex and demanding workload
- Willingness and ability to travel to all project areas, within approved security frameworks
- Work experience in diverse international NGOs is an asset.
- Excellent Report Writing and English proficiency skills.
- Demonstrated application of micro soft Office: Ms Word, Excel and Power Point.
- least three years of working experience in agriculture sector or FSL either with local or international NGOs or government
- Knowledge of the area, socio-culture and local language where the post is located as an added advantage
- Practical experiences in implementation of projects with community assets rehabilitations and constructions in FFA approach
Contract Duration: 6 months with possibility of extension depending on funding.
Location: Budi County/Eastern Equatoria South Sudan
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Please attach a copy of your CV and cover letter with your application, and include details of your current remuneration and salary expectations. A copy of the full role profile can be found at Careers | South Sudan | Save the Children
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