Terms of Reference
Sub Engineer– CCCM **
Since 1993, as an international non-governmental organization, ACTED has been committed to immediate humanitarian relief to support those in urgent need and protect people’s dignity, while co-creating longer term opportunities for sustainable growth and fulfilling people’s potential.
ACTED endeavors to respond to humanitarian crises and build resilience; promote inclusive and sustainable growth; co-construct effective governance and support the building of civil society worldwide by investing in people and their potential.
We go the last mile: ACTED’s mission is to save lives and support people in meeting their needs in hard to reach areas. With a team of 4,600 national staff 400 international staff, ACTED is active in 37 countries and implements more than 500 projects a year reaching over 14 million beneficiaries.
Since 2012, ACTED has been implementing projects with vulnerable communities in Syria with a two-fold approach: ACTED provides life-saving support to vulnerable displaced persons, returnees, and host communities across Syria, through multi-sectorial rapid emergency services, and implements a wide range of resilience building interventions. Thus, ACTED has been able to strengthen its links with Syrian local communities and to develop an in-depth knowledge of local dynamics. A team of 900+ is currently working in Syria.**
NWS – Aleppo - Azzaz
Under the direct management of the CCCM site engineer. The Sub Engineer is responsible for assisting and support daily site improvements and maintenance activities that made by CFW workers / contractors in the camps under CCCM project in Azzaz.
Chain of Command
Under the authority of:
CCCM Deputy Project Manager
CCCM team leaders
CCCM Project officers
Camp Management units
Other Stakeholders (Humanitarian NGOs, Services Suppliers, local authorise)
To support and contribute to site improvement and site maintenance component in CCCM activities in the field. This includes participation in site maintenance assessment, analyses data and defines tailored intervention. It also involves CFW tools identification, BoQ building, service contracting technical supervision, service monitoring of all maintenance activities.
Duties and Responsibilities
Assist site engineer in carrying out technical assessments of identified sites and make recommendations for appropriate tailored interventions.
Assist site engineer in identification of sites where maintenance work is to be carried out.
Support site engineer in studying & preparing BoQs, scope of works and drawings using engineering software such as AutoCAD & SolidWorks.
Under site engineer direction, supervise implementation of site maintenance activities conducted in the camps both through CFW laborers and service contractors.
Upon request, support in training daily workers and other skilled/unskilled laborers.
Allocate tasks and supervise the on-site workforce according to instructions given by site engineer and deputy project manager.
Support site engineer in supervision on contractors and engage with communities, and ensure the best use of available resources.
Ensure proper management of the CFW and maintenance materials as instructed by the site engineer and deputy project manager in collaboration with the logistics department.
Report to the site engineer on the state of field stock on his sites.
Provide training to all relevant beneficiaries to ensure the safe and appropriate use of facilities/maintenance works installed.
Collaborate closely with other ACTED’s teams and/or activities operating in the camps
Provide daily supervision for the CCCM CFW team for the activities in the assigned camps.
Ensure that all of the needed administrative documentation is scanned and filed on monthly bases with the relevant department according to CFW workers.
Compile all activity monitoring forms and submit them to the field data entry team to ensure that all are shared regularly and accurately reflected on the data bases on monthly bases.
Report and flag all site maintenance needs from camps to site engineer and deputy project manager.
Key Performance Indicators
Example, the key performance indicator (KPI) is a measurable value that demonstrates how effectively a company is achieving key business objectives. Organizations use KPIs to evaluate their success at reaching targets
Completed site maintenance assessment in 3 camps at least till end of Dec 2021
Prepared 2 BOQ for rehabilitation service contracting
Completed technical supervision for site maintenance activities in 3 camps
Prepared 1 CFW tools BOQ
Completed 1 round of CFW (at least) till end of Dec 2021
Contributed to 4 service monitoring rounds for each camp in 6 months
Contributed to 3 rounds of Suppliers technical evaluation
Bachelor degree in civil or mechanical engineering;
Minimum 1 year working in Humanitarian Organization in program (CCCM, WASH, Shelter, emergency).
Fluent Arabic (written and spoken);
Work knowledge English (written and spoken);
Good experience in engineering software, included AutoCAD.
Fully computer literate (Microsoft Office included excel)
Past experience in CCCM projects highly preferred.
Past experiences work in camp settings highly preferred
Good interpersonal and teamwork skills, working with as a team member.
Good negotiation skills and coordination skills with several actors.
Good understanding of SPHERE standards and environment protection considerations.
Flexibility and ability to work under pressure;
Good organizational and prioritization skills;
Approved by: Received by:
Name: _ Name: __
Position: **_** Position: __
Signature and Date Signature and Date
How to apply
Interested and qualified applicants must apply by fill the application form by this link
Only the shortlisted candidates will be contacted.