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|Overview of position|
Position Title: RMC Officer (Local National)
Place of Performance: South Sudan (Multiple Locations)
Start date: 15/06/2018 – 15/08/2019
Duration: Upto 12 months (@6 days/week)
Remuneration: $1600 pcm plus potential allowance
The Regional Management Capacity National Specialist (herein referred to as the ‘National Specialist’) will support the management of the demining activity being carried out throughout the affected country. The National Specialist shall be required to deploy to a field duty stations in South Sudan to support the Regional Management Capacity (RMC) Officer. The National Specialist’s work shall ensure the conformance of the demining operations with IMAS & the South Sudan Mine Action Standards.
Support the management & delivery of all demining activities as directed by our client & keeping oversight on all of our clients demining activities as assigned within South Sudan.
The National Specialist will report directly to the Head of Office within the UN Operations Office team.
|Key competencies||Ten years’ experience in mine clearance operations.
Detailed knowledge of all ammunition types encountered in South Sudan.
A thorough understanding of IMAS, the South Sudan NTSG & IMSMA.
Be able to demonstrate an ability to calculate.
This role does not have any team management responsibility.
Experience in a similar operating environment to South Sudan.