Contexte et mission :
STATEMENT OF DUTIES 1. General Statement of Purpose of the Contract USAID/Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) is a large Mission managing three operating units (OUs) – the DRC, the Central African Republic (CAR), and provides oversight of programming in the Republic of Congo (ROC). The Mission is headed by a Mission Director, two Deputy Mission Directors, a Resident Legal Officer, and has thirteen offices: Program, Democracy and Governance, Economic Growth, Peace and Security, Health, Education, Food For Peace, OFDA, CARPE, Financial Management, Acquisition and Assistance and Executive Management. USAID/DRC implemented $700 million in Fiscal Year 2018 development and humanitarian assistance across the three OUs. The Executive Office is responsible for providing a full range of management and administrative services required to support USAID/DRC as well as programs in CAR and ROC.
The Partner Liaison Security Specialist (PLSS) is a staff member of the Partner Liaison Security Unit (PLSU) and assists the Senior CCN PLSS in providing security support to the USAID Mission staff and Implementing Partners. Safety and security are serious issues in DRC. Serving as a defacto Deputy for the Senior PLSU Team Lead, the incumbent is responsible for providing a high level of safety, security, and operational support to USAID Implementing Partners (IPs) in DRC, CAR, and ROC through proactive engagement including meetings, site visits, written communications, and SMS texts. This position is based in Kinshasa with frequent travel to program activity implementation sites throughout DRC, CAR, and ROC.
Profil recherché :
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED FOR THIS POSITION Determines minimum qualifications required for the position. Offerors who do not meet all of the education, experience and language factors are considered NOT qualified for the position. a. Education: Successful completion of a four-year university degree from an accredited institution in International Relations, Law, Security Management, Business, Social Science or Public Administration, is required.
b. Prior Work Experience: A minimum of five years’ experience working in international post conflict and/or post disaster programs for development, emergency relief, physical and operational security, humanitarian assistance or reconstruction is required. c. Language Proficiency: English Level IV and French Level IV. At least one national language.