Jobs Opportunities : Project Security Manager, CIT Department

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LocalisationLocalisation :Maroua-region-extreme_nord-cameroun Date de publication sur minajobs EmploisDate de publication :20/06/2018   Catégorie : Temps complet Salaire : A negocier
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USAID/OTI Cameroon Program
Title: Project Security Manager
Department: CIT
Employee Status: Full Time
Reports to: Chief of Party or Designate
Location: Maroua

BACKGROUND
Creative Associates International Inc. is a dynamic and fast-growing professional services firm that specializes in international development in the areas of education, democratic transitions and stabilization in post-conflict environments. Based in Washington, DC, the firm has a field presence in 20 countries worldwide with a strong and diverse portfolio that includes global contracts with the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) and other clients including the U.S. Department of State and the U.S. Department of Defense. The firm has earned a solid reputation among its clients and missions worldwide and is well-regarded by competitors and partners alike.


PROGRAM DESCRIPTION
Creative Associates International Cameroon Limited (Creative Associates) is preparing for the implementation of USAID's Office of Transition Initiatives program in Cameroon: le Programme d’Appui à l’Initiative Communautaire (PAIC). The USAID/OTI Cameroon program will work at the local level in partnership with local organizations.

To lead and support the implementation of the Programme d’Appui à l’Initiative Communautaire (PAIC), Creative Associates seeks to engage a highly qualified and motivated team. All positions, including positions based in Yaoundé, are full time and require a willingness to travel throughout northern Cameroon. Creative Associates is especially interested in receiving submissions from women applicants. Only qualified candidates who follow the application instructions will be contacted.


POSITION SUMMARY
The Project Security Manager’s (PSM) overall mission is to keep all project personnel and assets safe from harm. S/he has delegated responsibility for the day-to-day management and coordination of operational field security activities, provides continuous security and contextual information to the team, ensures compliance with corporate security policies and maintains liaison with the Regional Security and Operations Manager for West Africa (RSOM). This employee will be appointed by the Chief of Party, with concurrence from the RSOM. This position will be based in the Maroua office, with program activities expected to be carried out throughout the Far North. Extensive understanding of the security issues in the far north and frequent travel throughout the Far North is required.


REPORTING & SUPERVISION
The Project Security Manager reports to the Chief of Party based in Yaoundé or his designate in Maroua and the Operations Manager. The PSM, based in Maroua, works closely with the Regional Program Manager, and supervises the guards hired through a local security provider in Maroua.


PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES
Primary responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:


General
• Work with the RSOM to develop, manage, and coordinate all Creative security and safety programs, plans and policies relevant to the project including detailed security procedures that comply with Creative security policies. This will include emergency response drills and communication procedures for the project.
• Provide security, safety and risk mitigation advice and recommendations to the Chief of Party.
• Ensure that project staff complies with project security procedures.
• Carry out security assessment of offices, compounds, vehicles, and expatriate housing and make recommendations for required security upgrades, as required.
• Monitor and analyze the ongoing threat environment faced by the project and brief the Chief of Party, Operations Manager, Regional Program Manager and other project staff accordingly. Distribute threat warnings to all staff as appropriate.
• Ensure that appropriate risk migration measures are taken by the project to respond to the threats or changes in threats faced by the project. This is to include physical protection measures, safe working routines, movement restrictions, protection equipment and security staff provision, as required.
• Oversee movement control and coordination for the project, including driver and vehicle deployment and staff whereabouts.
• Oversee the local security provider contracted by the project to ensure contractual compliance and performance of their duties, and act as the focal point of contact with the security provider.
• Provide training, mentoring, and monitoring of the local security provider’s guards.
• Report security incidents, violations and recommended corrective actions, as appropriate, to the Chief of Party, RSOM and the client (OTI).
• Ensure all new employees, consultants, and partners working in Creative offices and traveling in Creative vehicles receive appropriate security orientations and briefings.
• Verify that all security devices such as locks, alarms, access systems and physical force protection measures are operational or reported for repair.
• Carry out regular check in calls and communications tests with drivers and field personnel traveling outside of the main cities and or during any critical security incident.
• Ensure visitor access and vehicle control systems are effective and appropriate for the threat environment.
• Work with the RSOM to develop and maintain the project Crisis Response Plan in coordination with the Chief of Party and ensure that the contact information contained therein is always up-to-date.
• Provide, if directed, a weekly security report to the Chief of Party and RSOM.
• Be able to assist with out-of-hours emergency response for the project staff and partners, if needed.
• Assist the project with business continuity planning, as required.
• Ensure that the Creative Sensitive Information (CSI) Plan is distributed to and is being followed by project staff.
• All of the above includes ensuring security protocols are understood and security drills are periodically conducted with staff in the Maroua office.
• Ensure field staff receive first aid and fire response training.
• Additional assignments, as instructed by the Operations Manager and/or Chief of Party. Général


Education & Qualifications Requirements:
• Four-year university degree in a security-related field, or
• Minimum of six (6) years general work history is required.
• Minimum of four (4) years professional experience in security management for an organization of at least 20 staff
• Minimum three (3) years of supervisory experience working in complex and challenging field operational contexts.
Experience May Be Substituted for Education as Follows:
• Two (2) Years’ Specific Experience or four (4) years’ General Experience is considered equivalent to a 4-year university degree.
• Four (4) Years’ Specific Experience or eight (8) years’ general experience is considered equivalent to a Master’s degree.
Required Experience & Skills:
• Proven understanding of security management protocols essential.
• Demonstrated ability to solve challenging and complicated security issues.
• Ability to develop in-depth understanding of and willingness to comply with all Creative security policies and procedures.
• Should have a proven and established network of contacts within the local security establishment and throughout the Extreme North.
• Proficient at using Microsoft office software: MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, etc. Prior experience using MS Access and web-based database applications
• Ability to draw information from a broad range of sources and provide concise and timely analysis and recommendations
• Demonstrated ability to engage all team members as resources to manage security and contextual awareness in a manner that is proactive
• Must have the physical capacity to travel extensively on short notice to remote regions within the Extreme North

Preferred Experience & Skills
• Officer from the Cameroonian military
• Prior extended experience with private security company or Cameroonian government security services.
• Proven experience directly and indirectly supervising and managing staff and teams.
• Experience with a USAID-funded or other international organization implementing a program operating in insecure areas and areas affected by Boko Haram is desired.
• Willingness and ability to travel throughout the Cameroon and especially the Far North Region.
• Strong ability to deploy and use various forms of tracking.
• Develop security management and movement tracking systems.
• Good communication and interpersonal skills are required.
• Problem solving, stress management and time management skills are required.
• Excellent record keeping and documentation skills are required.
• Working knowledge of modern technical security systems, security standards and procedures within the private sector of Cameroon.
• Experience of working in a conflict environment is a plus.
• Written and spoken fluency in French and English required.
• Fluency in one or more of the local languages used in the northern Cameroon is required.


EMPLOYEE ACKNOWLEDGEMENT:
I have read and fully understand this position description, and I accept it as an essential component of my employment agreement with Creative Associates. I understand that this position description cannot be changed without the agreement of my supervisor and the knowledge of Human Resources.

 

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