CARE International Job Vacancy: Safety and Security Specialist – Earthquake Response, Palu & Donggala
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CARE Indonesia is currently recruiting:
Safety and Security Specialist to oversee all elements of safety and security management for the Palu/Donggala earthquake/tsunami response.
She/he will carry out the responsibilities listed below:
- Safety and Security Management
- Collect information on risks and update risk assessment as required
- Develop, adapt, share and implement Standard Operating Procedures (transportation, communications, cash, distributions, etc.) for safety and security with the entire team, based on changes in the risk environment
- Ensure route pre-clearance prior to all travel to affected area
- Follow up any lack of adherence to SOPs immediately with the Team Lead
- Alert the team lead immediately to any safety and security concerns that may jeopardize anyone within the team, or anyone outside of the team
- Conduct site assessments of offices, guesthouses, living areas, distribution sites and develop and implement security recommendations relevant to risk levels
- Work with logistics and finance team to ensure necessary safety and security equipment is budgeted for, procured, and maintained
- Develop and maintain oversight over safety and security budget
- Maintain communication tree and communication systems for sharing info in a systematic way, for regular and emergency updates.
Test the systems regularly.
- Information Management and Sharing
- Collect, collate and analyze all information regarding safety and security
- Develop daily sitreps for sharing with the TL, country SLT, CARE Canada S&S Lead, CEG/CCG
- Maintain confidentiality over internal sensitive information
- Visitor Tracking and Support
- Maintain the visitor tracker
- Ensure international visitors to the response are receiving a pre-arrival briefing package and pre-arrival skype call before entering the country to discuss risks and pre-arrival preparation
- Ensure visitors have necessary equipment to conduct their visit safely
- Incorporate visitors into communication system
- Give security orientations upon arrival into the country to all visitors
- Provide safety and security advice and support throughout the duration of the visit
- Collect Safety and Security Exit Forms upon departure from all volunteers
- Collect, maintain, and destroy visitor RED Forms in a confidential manner
- Staff Support
- Brief all national and international staff prior to deployment into the affected area on the risks present, and the SSMP
- Provide personal safety and security training to all staff prior to entry into affected area and obtain documented informed consent prior to travel
- Act as a resource for staff questions and concerns on safety and security
Critical Incident Management
- Ensure contingency plans are up to date and members of the Critical Incident Management Team understand their roles
- Support a critical incident response by being a member of the CIMT and providing safety and security advice and actions on the response, including liaising with authorities if required
- Provide compassionate support to the affected staff members and families, in close coordination with the HR team
- Facilitate after action reviews after a critical incident response concludes and make recommendations for changes in policy, process or people based on the outcome, to the Team Lead and the Country Director Liaison
- Act as the primary safety and security link between CARE Canada and CARE Indonesia regarding the response
- Develop strong links with other NGO and UN security actors for information sharing and mutual support
- Develop connections with relevant authorities for information sharing, visa processing, etc.
- Represent CARE Indonesia on all relevant security fora
- Prevention of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse
- Ensure that all staff for the response receive an orientation and sensitization training on CARE International’s Policy to Prevent Sexual Exploitation, Abuse, and Child Abuse
- Advise programming teams on ways to build risk mitigation measures for SEA and child abuse into programming
- Ensure reporting mechanisms are in place for all response programming areas and widely circulated among communities and staff
- Support investigations of allegations
Required Expertise and Abilities:
- 3-5 years of managing gender-inclusive safety and security programs within an NGO
- Prior experience working in a natural disaster environment
- Exceptional ability to apply creativity, compassion and common sense to complex security challenges
- Ability to communicate clearly and effectively, both in written and oral form
- Strong assessment, evaluation, analysis and strategic planning skills.
- Commitment to uphold CARE International Protection from Sexual Exploitation and Abuse Policy
- Fluency in Bahasa and intermediate written and spoken English Language skills.
- Current ability to work in Indonesia
Please APPLY HERE as soon as possible with a resume in English. Only successful candidates will be contacted.