Mercy Corps Recruitment 2020/2021-Requirments/Qualifications- Apply Here
Mercy Corps Recruitment 2020/2021-Requirments/Qualifications- Apply Here : Aimed at turning communities raged by crisis into wealth and prosperity and greatness, Mercy Corps has lived up to expectation in promoting, innovation and invention, Changes and timeliness in operation
Mercy Corps has opened its doors to massive applications to boast her numerical strength, more persons will be needed to man the affairs of the organization in line with its Mission, and Vision in some parts of the country
The following positions are vacant:
Summary Job Responsibilities
Maintain an efficient Local Area Network for Mercy Corps office. Do not change the current design of configurations without written approval after analysis by the IT Systems Administrator and the Head of Office.
Current designs are appropriate for the programmatic needs for the office and any additions or changes require prior approval and planning.
Identify equipment and accessories required for the smooth functioning of computers and IT equipment in Mercy Corps offices. Facilitate the purchase of items through the Procurement Department.
Maintain the Mercy Corps mail server and assign addresses as instructed by IT Systems Administrator.
Assist in administration functions as needed; assist logistics staff in inventorying and tracking IT assets.
Maintain proper documentation of all IT equipment including; system profiles, warranties and IT stock/accessories; Organize and maintain central filing system of satellite systems in MC office.
Assist in the identifying specification, relocation and assembly of any equipment including computers, printers, accessories and satellite systems in all offices, as required.
Conduct himself/herself both professionally and personally in such a manner as to bring credit to Mercy Corps and to not jeopardize its humanitarian mission. Security
Ensure compliance with security procedures and policies as determined by country leadership.
Proactively ensure that team members operate in a secure environment and are aware of policies.
Read and understand the Mercy corps IT Systems Policy on appropriate use. Orient staff on appropriate use and monitor use activities to ensure adherence to these policies.
Conduct staff training on computer basics and the use of MS Office applications and networking. Assist, as needed, with developing databases or other windows application needs for program and operational staff.
Responsible use and confidentiality of any information identified as sensitive.
Regularly update anti-virus programs and ensure the entire network and computers are virus-free.
Assist the IT Systems Administrator in establishing a clear, back-up policy for the Mercy Corps office and undertake the necessary steps for this activity including designing a schedule and materials list. Ensure back up and archives are made and stored as scheduled.
Under the guidance of the IT Systems Administrator, undertake the repairing and maintaining of LAN-s, internet systems and general IT maintenance and training as per needs outlined by the Field Manager and Operations Officer.
Oversee repair of computers and IT equipment at a local level, when possible – facilitate and advise on best, safest and most economic solutions in consultation with the IT Systems Administrator.
Conflict & Governance Specialist
General Position Summary
The Conflict and Governance Specialist (CGS) will provide technical, operational, and strategic vision to the implementation of the conflict prevention and mitigation component
by working with the project staff and national partners to ensure that the program meets performance-based targets on-time and within budget, as per Mercy Corps and donor requirements.
S/he will work to address the root causes of conflict between farmers and herders’ communities by supporting conflict prevention and mitigation measures in synergy with the Natural Resources Management (NRM) Advisor.
H/she will coordinate conflict management and governance programming through the building of community trust in the areas of intervention.
This role will support the new EU funded pilot project COMITAS – or Contributing to the Mitigation of Conflict over Natural Resources between Farmer and Herder Communities in Adamawa State.
The project will be implemented through a Consortium led by IOM in partnership with Mercy Corps and Search for Common Ground.
To achieve its goal COMITAS is structured around four pillars built on each of Consortium partners’ expertise and strengths:
Enhanced collaboration in managing use of natural resources;
Improve intra and inter communal perceptions.
Strengthen traditional conflict resolution in the targeted locations in Adamawa state;
Improve trust in authorities’ commitment to provide security and adequate resource management;
Deadline: 28th December, 2020
Apply by sending your comprehensive CV and cover letter in one document, addressing the position requirements to: [email protected]