The IRC started operations in Cameroon in 2016 to respond to the increasing concerns for people affected by violence linked to Boko Haram, in the Far North of the country. Assistance to displaced populations extends across the Far North, notably Mayo Sava, Mayo Tsanaga and Logone & Chari, delivering lifesaving programming to increase access to water and improving hygiene practices in vulnerable displaced and host communities, cash programming to enable poor families to meet basic needs and improve food security, and protection programming, including meeting specific needs of women and girls. The Coordination office is located in Maroua, with a field base in Kousseri and a representation office in Yaoundé.
Following the increasing crisis in the North West and South West regions of Cameroon, the IRC expanded its operations into the South West region in August 2018. The IRC is delivering lifesaving humanitarian assistance to internally displaced populations, with a field base in Buea.
IRC Cameroon is committed in its 2020 Strategic Action Plan, to continue to provide essential humanitarian services, with a focus on safety in communities and ensuring affected populations can meet their basic needs, whilst also building the resilience of beneficiaries, especially women and girls. IRC Cameroon is funded by European and American donors.
The IT Department supports the Country Program work by providing reliable and scalable applications and infrastructure of the IRC’s offices in Cameroon. An integral component of this effort is ensuring that Country Program have the capacity to implement and support these IT initiatives effectively across the field sites.
Reporting to the DDO (Deputy Director of Operations) and to Regional IT Director, the IT Manager will be the lead IT person in the Country, ensuring IT Service management for desktop support to end users, Network configurations and Server system administration, end users applications installations, mobile devices configurations, installation and configuration of network printers and other computers peripherals and local domain management. He will also be the focal point for all Country and HQ led IT projects in the Country, including ITEGRA and BvA online administration. A key aspect of this role is ensuring all technology implementations in-country conforms to the global IT policies and procedures hence working closely with the Regional IT Director is vital.
Key Working Relationships:
Position Reports to: DDO and Regional IT Director.
Position directly supervises: IT Assistants
Other internal and/or external contacts:
Program Coordinators, Finance Controller, HR & Supply Chain Coordinators, Field Coordinators
Vendors and Consultants
Education: Bachelor’s and/or Master’s university degree in Computer Engineering and/or equivalent in relevant field
Technical Skills & Experience:
Soft Skills and Competencies:
Language Skills: Excellent English and French listening and writing in mandatory
Computer Skill: Good proficiency in supporting industry standard IT infrastructure and applications
Certificates or Licenses: A+, CCNA, ITIL, PMP, MCSE or similar certifications preferred
How to apply
Interested candidates are invited to apply through the link below:
Qualified female candidates are highly encouraged to apply. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
Deadline : 18th October 2019
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