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|Overview of position|
- Established in 1951, IOM is a related organisation of the UN & as the leading UN agency in the field of migration, works closely with govt's & IGO's & NGO partners. IOM is dedicated to promoting humane & orderly migration for the benefit of all. It does so by providing services & advice to govt's & migrants.
- Under the overall supervision of the Shelter / NFI Project Officer & the direct supervision of the National Emergency Response Officer, the successful candidate will be responsible for supporting to field operations of direct assistance to migrants & IDPs in close coordination with local authorities, partners & other units of IOM in Tripoli, Libya & maintain close coordination with the direct assistance team based in Zawiya, Beni Walid, Sabha, Benghazi & Tunis within the IOM Libya emergency response portfolio.
- S / He will be based in Tripoli, Libya & will assist with the operations of the DA activities in Libya.
- Closely follow up with the National Officer & designated operations staff to assist in the implementation of project activities, including overall coordination & distribution of NFI, emergency shelter & other related humanitarian response in the Libya operations.
- Carry out regular field visits to monitor & follow through the distribution process at migrants Detention Centres (DCs) under DCIM (Directorate for Combating Illegal Migration) & monitor proper, accurate, timely delivery & handover of items to the selected migrants in the DCs.
- Follow up on the submission of full & proper documentation of every activity (or distribution), including but not limited to, request letter, needs assessment, beneficiary lists, narrative reports, photos, consent form & any other program related documents.
- Gather data from the field related to needs assessments, distributions, evaluations & collect the pre-distribution assessment forms for the IDPs & migrants to be reflected in the planned distribution.
- Assist with joint activities with other organisations & IOM units for migrants inside & outside DC's, for IDPs & host communities & follow up on proper planning, implementation & submission of relevant documentation by participating units.
- Provide support to the internal coordination between the DAU, logistics & warehouse including regular check of the stock availability & regular follow up on distributed stock, following up delivery schedules & share relevant information (i.e. delivery plan, types of trucks, destination, etc.).
- Whenever required, coordinate with implementing partners on, planning & delivery of items (NFI, shelter, etc.), distribution of items & submission of documentation (distribution plan, good receipts, waybill etc.) & ensure delivery of logistics requirements.
- Travel frequently to the field, both inside Benghazi as well as other cities hosting DC's or IDPs, with overnight stay when required. Complete distributions during emergencies during out of office hours.
- Support preparing the visibility materials & collect all the photos of relevant activities, including the interest stories & quotes from the beneficiaries & govt. officials during the distribution.
- Perform any other related responsibilities, as assigned by the Project Officer.
This role works under the overall supervision of the Shelter / NFI Project Officer & the direct supervision of the National Emergency Response Officer.
|Key competencies||The incumbent is expected to demonstrate the following values & competencies:
- Respects & promotes individual & cultural differences, encourages diversity & inclusion wherever possible
- Maintains high ethical standards & acts in a manner consistent with organisational principles / rules & standards of conduct.
- Demonstrates ability to work in a composed, competent, committed manner & exercises careful judgement in meeting day to day challenges.
Core competencies – behavioural indicators level 3:
- Develops & promotes effective collaboration within & across units to achieve shared goals & optimise results.
- Produces & delivers quality results in a service oriented & timely manner, is action oriented & committed to achieving agreed outcomes.
- Continuously seeks to learn, share knowledge & innovate.
- Takes ownership for achieving the organisation’s priorities & assumes responsibility for own action & delegated work.
- Encourages & contributes to clear & open communication, explains complex matters in an informative, inspiring & motivational way.
If direct reports (10th row above) for SES is greater than zero, then the managerial competencies below are inserted.
Managerial competencies – behavioural indicators level 3:
- Provides a clear sense of direction, leads by example & demonstrates the ability to carry out the organisation’s vision, assists others to realise & develop their potential.
- Creates an atmosphere of trust & an enabling environment where staff can contribute their best & develop their potential.
- Works strategically to realise the organisation’s goals & communicates a clear strategic direction.
This role does not have any team management responsibility.