A University degree with significant experience in security field, with experience from working as a security assistant in humanitarian/recovery context. The candidate should ideally have previous experience from working in complex and volatile contexts. Fluency in spoken and written English and Arabic language is a must. Knowledge of humanitarian principles and code of conduct is essential.
- Log incidents and rectify where possible. Alert Security Adviser or Country Security Focal Points on serious incidents.
- Ensure that the NRC office is safe and secure and that all staff adhere to the office procedures. Including access control to the office.
- Act as an interface between visitors and NRC.
- Immediately respond as per NRC SOPs in the event of a medical emergency, and to immediately relay information to relevant parties involved in emergency actions as specified in SOPs.
- Carry out all relevant administrative duties relating to the guard force and drivers. This includes, schedules and time sheets. To ensure that there is sufficient coverage.
- Supervise, train and monitor guards to NRC standards. Provide details of training and maintain tracker.
- Maintain all equipment related to the guards in a serviceable state and immediately report any faults or damage to the NRC SA.
- Implement, manage and maintain up to date contact lists, including names, and contacts numbers for guards.
Qualifications & Preferred Skills
- A University Degree
- Experience working in a humanitarian/recovery context in similar position for at least 2 (two) years.
- Previous experience working in complex and volatile contexts;
- Possess ability to remain calm and professional when working under pressure.