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Civil Engineer

Location: Syria , Jarablus

Work Type: Full-time

Number of Vacancies: 1

Project  Code :MASAR030

Application Deadline: 12.06.2023


• Contribute to identifying people in need of Shelter and infrastructure assistance in collaboration with the MASAR HD team, local authorities, beneficiaries’ representatives, and other stakeholders following the project targeting, eligibility, and selection criteria.
• Conduct technical assessments, Engineering studies, and designs for various Shelter and infrastructure activities in shelter units, collective shelters, or construction sites within communities and IDP camps.
• Contribute to creating/developing project and implementation plans for Shelter activities against planned completion time. Ensure that technical activities are completed on time and in accordance with the agreed SOP.
• Prepare BOQs of shelter unit construction and any other infrastructure projects including roads graveling and construction of rainwater drainage systems in line with Shelter and/ or CCCM cluster guidelines.
• Facilitate appropriate community involvement in the design and delivery of essential shelter project activities.
• Follow up on the implementation of the construction activities and monitor the quality of the delivered work to ensure adherence to the agreed standards and processes and in compliance with MASARHD standards, beneficiary accountability, and other professional standards.
• Provide technical input in general supervision, the progress of construction activities, and control the quality of materials and workmanship.
• Support MASAR HD staff and liaise with beneficiaries, and landlords to ensure adherence to the HLP guidelines.
• Produce weekly/daily progress reports on the construction activities, contract status, and beneficiary participation as required.
• Quantity surveying and verification of quantities of materials and works provided by the contractor.
• Prepare all the supporting documentation including completion certificates, logs, and reports in hard and soft copies for payment to contractors.
• Ensuring quantity and quality control measures are in place for all works related to the road’s rehabilitation and construction of housing units.
• Help plan and carry out needs assessments, technical assessments, baseline studies and periodic studies, and feedback findings to the stakeholders for Shelter interventions.
• Contribute to emergency response activities as needed.
• Carry out other related tasks as directed by the line management

Management and Coordination:

• Work with internal support departments to ensure smooth implementation, and effective coordination with relevant external actors (including local authorities) to ensure project activities are implemented in a timely manner (as per planned timelines).
• Coordinate with service providers and focal points to plan and implement activities. 
• When requested, liaise with stakeholders from peer NGOs; community leaders; and special interest groups to facilitate their involvement in project design/implementation and/or gather relevant information


• Bachelor’s degree in civil engineering.
• Minimum 3 years of work experience in the Shelter sector in an NGO.
• Familiarity with the minimum construction standards in Humanitarian interventions (e.g., Sphere).
• Experience in conducting shelter and infrastructure technical assessments, preparing BOQs, monitoring construction, and managing contractors is highly desirable.
• Excellent computer skills (Microsoft Office) and AutoCAD are a must and other engineering software knowledge is an asset.
• Excellent communication skills in Arabic, a reasonable level of English in reading and speaking.
• Willingness to work on-site, and travel to construction sites all the time.
• Strong awareness of safety, security, and risk management best practices. 

• High level of engineering designing programs (AutoCAD, Water CAD, GIS, Revit, SAP, ETABS, Sewer Gems, etc.)
• Previous experience in camps/unit house infrastructure projects.

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