• Disaster Management Officer - Kicukiro District

    Posted: 13 October 2017
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    Job: Disaster Management Officer
    Organization: KICUKIRO DISTRICT
    Level 5.II
    Reports To: Director of Social Development Unit
    No. of Positions: 1
    Deadline: 18/Oct/2017

    Job Description

    Main duties and Responsibilities:

    • Elaborate a local strategy on disaster management and monitor its implementation at Sector level, and produce consolidated reports thereof;
    • Supervise the day-to-day operational management of disaster management activities across the district;
    • Monitorthe functioning of the National Early Warning and the Disaster Monitoring Information Systems across the District and timely report any unusual issue detected;
    • Map all disaster-prone and high risk zones in the District and regularly keep the map updated;
    • Coordinate campaigns meant to raise local population awareness on preparedness for disaster and its management and serve as the Secretary to the District Disaster Management Committee (DDMC).

    Job Profile

    A0 in Development Studies, Disaster Management, Geography, Geology, Environmental Management Sciences, Hydrology, Climatology or Bachelor of Sciences

    Key Technical Skills & Knowledge required:

    • Extensive knowledge and skills in Disaster Management
    • Good knowledge of government policy-making processes;
    • Analytical, problem-solving and critical thinking skills.
    • Organizational Skills;
    • Communication Skills;
    • High analytical Skills;
    • Complex Problem Solving;
    • Time management Skills;
    • Team working Skills;
    • Fluent in Kinyarwanda, English and/ or French; knowledge of all is an advantage

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