The deadline for Staff Security Manager-Norwegian Refugee Council in Ethiopia is 2nd February 2023
- The organization’s core values of commitment, innovation, inclusivity, and accountability are expected of all NRC employees. These attitudes and beliefs will direct our behavior and interactions.
Responsibilities in general
- Create and put into effect at the federal level the NRC Security Management Systems and Procedures
- Review NRC Security Management Systems and Procedures and make necessary revisions in light of new information.
- Giving Country Management Group (CMG) strategic counsel in light of context changes
- Make sure that everyone on staff, especially CMG, is fully aware of the country’s security context and all operational areas.
- During a crisis, serve as a consultant to the CMG leader and take the initiative as needed.
- Reduce or eliminate security threats to the NRC’s personnel, property, operations, and reputation.
- Specific Responsibilities include managing the security personnel at the country office.
- Conduct Security Risk Analysis (SRA) for the nation and each operational area, and periodically update these in accordance with the bare minimum operational requirements (MOSS)
- Monthly updates should be made to the MOSS compliance score cards.
- Ensure that all employees have completed the UN’s online “Basic Security in the Field” and “Advanced Security in the Field” courses, as well as first aid and hostile environment individual security training (HEIST). Conduct daily and weekly situational analyses, and give the country director and country management group strategic advice as necessary.
- supervising and offering the required guidance for creating safety and security plans for Rapid Response Missions
- Participate in the Go/No Go meetings by contributing to new proposals, concept notes, and budgets.
- assemble and transmit reports every week to HQ and RO, or as needed.
- Participate actively in national NGO security coordinating systems and make sure field offices do the same.
- Make sure there are systems in place for collecting, storing, and exchanging internal information.
- Keep a list of contacts at the national and local levels who may be helpful during negotiations and emergency situations.
- These are the kinds of abilities, know-how, and practical experience necessary for successful performance.
- A bachelor’s degree in security or a similar discipline, at least 5 years of experience as a senior security manager working in a humanitarian or recovery context, and prior work in challenging and volatile environments
- Results that are documented in relation to the duties of the position
- awareness of one’s own leadership abilities or profile
- spoken and written English with ease
- The full job description is available here for more information.
- Ethiopia’s Addis Ababa is the duty station.
- Contract length: 12 months, renewed dependent on financing, performance, and position demand
- Pay: Determined by the NRC grading scale
- Travel: 40%
- Only qualified Ethiopian candidates are eligible for this post.