Profile and Key Considerations for the Emergency Team Leaders.
- The Emergency Response Team (ERT) has both international and national staff – with experience in Front-Line Emergency Response, a good understanding of the Mozambique context, have the ability to travel to most parts of the country;
Roles and ResponsibilitiesThe purpose of the Emergency Team Leaders as part of the Emergency Response Team is to pre-position and support the management of a Rapid Response Team. The following is a brief description of the role. The position is a part of the regular Programme Team and a part of the Emergency Response Team and will oversee the Emergency Response Programme in each of the Area Teams in Mozambique. The positions will coordinate Emergency Assessments, and from there facilitate the development of integrated Emergency Response Plans supporting the ERM and ERC. The position also works a lot at Emergency Coordination level. The Emergency Team Leaders will proactively engage with Area Managers and Area Programme Managers, focusing on the following main issues: Capacity Building of staff; Localized Emergency Preparedness and Response Plans. The set-up requires a person that can make themselves relevant to others, and create opportunities to demonstrate value addition.
Degree in Social Sciences: Anthropology, Sociology and other related areas. Coordinate the management of the ERTs and RRM Teams; Implement Plan of Action for delegated portfolio of Emergency Response; Day to day follow of progress in project implementation; Ensure compliance with NRC policies, tools, handbooks and guidelines; Ensure that projects target beneficiaries most in need, and explore and asses new and better ways to assist; Document, promote and share ideas for technical improvement; Prepare periodic progress reports and other documents; Ensure capacity building of project staff and transfer key skills; Liaison and collaborate with relevant local authorities and stakeholders; Promote the rights of IDPs/returnees in line with the advocacy strategy specific responsibilities The Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) is an independent humanitarian organisation helping people forced to flee. We work in crises across more than 31 countries, providing emergencies and long-term assistance to millions of people every year. We stand up for people forced to flee, advocating their rights. NORCAP, our global provider of expertise, helps improve international and local ability to prevent, prepare for, respond to and recover from crises. NRC also runs the Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre in Geneva, a global leader in reporting on and advocating for people displaced within their own country. Employment with NRC may lead to employment in or deployment to Regions, Countries, Areas or Offices that may be host to considerable health, safety and security risks. NRC takes this very seriously and we have procedures in place to reduce known risks, but will never be able to take away all risks. NRC is an equal opportunities employer and aims to have staffing diversity in terms of age, gender, ethnicity, nationality and physical ability.
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