Iraq – A Field Coordinator in North Iraq
Titre du poste
Iraq – A Field Coordinator in North Iraq
Type de collaboration
Type de contrat
Date de prise de poste
Dès que possible
Durée du poste
Résumé du poste
Iraq has suffered nearly 39 years of conflict and unrest starting with the Iran-Iraq war in the 1980s which lasted for 8 years and resulted in around a million people being killed as well as dealing a significant blow to the Iraqi economy. This was closely followed by the annexing of Kuwait and subsequent First Gulf War in 90s which saw heavy causalities and destruction of the Iraqi infrastructure. The 2003 invasion of Iraq by the US led coalition saw even more upheaval and conflict for this population. After a short period of relative stability between 2009 and 2012, the rise of Islamic State group (ISg) in 2014 and its seizure of, at one point, an estimated 40% of Iraq including Fallujah, Tikrit and Mosul, Iraq saw mass population displacement and the exposure of the people of Iraq to multiple and cumulative acts of violence. The military operation to retake areas under IS control has been officially completed end of 2017, however some pockets of ISg fighters remain active up to this day.
Iraq as a whole has been facing one of the most critical humanitarian crisis of the moment. Starting from 2014, the conflict engendered mass displacements, and left up to this day more than 8.7 million people requiring humanitarian assistance. In the end of 2018, more than 4.1 million people returned to their area of origin, and over 1.8 million are still displaced. In addition, 225,000 Syrian refugees who have been displaced since 2013 are still living in Iraq.
The Field Coordinator is responsible for the proper functioning of both bases, and the proper implementation of programs developed on the bases.
Safety and security: In collaboration with the Head of Mission, with the support of the Field Security, Safety & Access Officer., he/she is responsible for the safety and security of the bases.
Program: He/She is accountable for an adequate definition and efficient implementation of the projects. S/he ensures the coordination between the support team (Admin and Log), and Program Managers in order to timely and qualitatively guarantee that the objectives and results of all projects are reached. He/She preventively identifies issues, gaps and delays that may impede the correct implementation of the projects and proposes mitigation plan to the HoM and Deputy HOM Programme.
Human Resources: He/She supervises all the teams at the base, composed of national and international staff and participates to recruitment, briefing and follow up.
Logistical, administrative and financial support: He/She oversees the logistical, administrative and financial components of the bases for the purpose of program implementation, and ensures compliance with the relevant procedures, with substantive support from the Logistics and Administrative Coordinators based in the capital and of their counterparts at base level.
Representation: In the area of responsibility and by delegation of the HoM, He/She represents PUI with the stakeholders (such as donors, authorities, International/Local NGOs, Clusters).
Coordination: He/She centralizes and disseminates information from/to the sites, and consolidates the internal and external reporting activities implemented in his/her field of operations before submitting them to the Head of Mission and relevant Coordinators.
Assessment/Strategy: He/She participates in strategy development and proposes new interventions in function of needs identified in his/her field of operations.
At least 3 years of experience in projects development /implementation;
Experience in Budget/Finance Management (cost-efficiency);
Experience of managing logistical processes;
Experience working with a variety of donors;
Experience in Safety and Security Management
Excellent writing skills
Project Management skills
Ability to represent PUI and with other actors.
Security management and context follow-up
English is mandatory, Arabic and Kurdish are desirable.
Fixed-Term Contract: 12 months
Starting date: Juillet 2019
Monthly Gross Income: from 2 200 to 2 530 Euros depending on the experience in International Solidarity + 50 Euros per semester seniority with PUI
Prises en charge
Cost Covered: Round-trip transportation to and from home / mission, visas, vaccines…
Insurance: including medical coverage and complementary healthcare, 24/24 assistance and repatriation
Housing: in collective accommodation
Daily Living Expenses (« Per diem »)
Break Policy: 5 working days at 3 and 9 months + break allowance
Paid Leaves Policy: 5 weeks of paid leaves per year + return ticket every 6 months
Personne chargée de l'offre
Pauline Gallay, Human Resources Officer for expatriates