OPERATEUR RADIO – GS3 Job at WHO-World Health Organization, Goma , Democratic Republic of the Congo

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1.  Area of expertise:  Operateur Radio – GS3
2.  Purpose of consultancy
Le poste est placé pour renforcer la mise en œuvre des opérations de sécurité.
3. Background
Dans le contexte du Système OMS de gestion des incidents d’urgence sanitaire (SGI), au niveau des pays, le titulaire fournira un appui à la mise en œuvre des opérations de sécurité et participe à l’exécution des actions relatives à la gestion de la sécurité et de la sûreté du personnel dans sa zone d’opération.
4. Deliverables
Sous la supervision de l’Officier de Sécurité, l’opérateur radio devra accomplir les tâches suivantes, de jour comme de nuit et tous les jours de la semaine selon un programme de rotation
1. Assurer une bonne gestion de la station de radiocommunication conformément aux procédures du Système de Gestion de Sécurité des Nations Unies en temps normal et en situation d’urgence.
2. Effectuer le contrôle radio journalier et fournir le rapport tous les matins à l’Officier de Sécurité.
3. Maintenir le contact permanent par radio et autres moyens de communication d’urgence avec tous les membres du personnel et les véhicules en mouvement dans la zone d’opération, de même qu’avec d’autres Salles Radios en cas de nécessité.
4. S’assurer que tous les utilisateurs de radio respectent les Code Radio en usage et les procédures standard d’Operations.
5. Etablir les statistiques hebdomadaires et mensuel du contrôle radio.
6. Assurer la maintenance et le bon fonctionnement des équipements de radiocommunication, notamment les postes émetteurs-récepteurs et les équipements électroniques de la salle radio ;
7. Etablir en cahier journal de tous les mouvements des personnels et des véhicules signalés à la Salle Radio.
8. Assurer le tracking régulier de tous les véhicules en mouvement et les missions de terrain ;
9. Assurer la formation des membres du personnel sur l’utilisation des équipements radios VHF et HF ;
10. Enregistrer tous les appels d’urgence et informer immédiatement l’Officier de Sécurité.
11. Assurer la mise à jour les informations sur les contacts des personnels et des Code Radio
En fonction des besoins, le candidat pourra être appelé à effectuer d’autres tâches définies par l’OMS.
5. Qualifications, experience, skills and languages
Educational Qualifications:
Essential: Le diplôme d’études secondaires
Desirable: Diplôme technique universitaire, préférablement comme ingénieur.
Essential: Au moins deux ans d’expérience de travail dans la sécurité.
Desirable: Expérience  avec OMS ou autres agences du SNU ou ONG internationales est souhaitable
• Capacité de travailler dans un environnement multiculturel ;
• Connaissance d’Excel, Word et autres systèmes informatiques ;
Compétences de l’OMS
• Produire des résultats
• Communiquer de manière crédible et efficace ;
• Favoriser l’intégration et le travail d’équipe ;
• Se connaitre et se gérer
• Respecter et promouvoir les différences individuelles et culturelles
• Avancer dans un environnement en pleine évolution
• Montrer l’exemple
Languages and level required (Basic/Intermediate/Expert):
Expert knowledge of French
Intermediate knowledge of English
Desirable: (if applicable)
Expert knowledge of local languages
6. Location  : Goma
7. Remuneration and budget
Grade : GS3 du barème du système des Nations Unies
Type de contrat : Accord de Services Spéciaux
Expected duration of contract: 6 mois
Hiring Manager:  Dr Diallo Mouctar Amadou
Collaborators  :  Dr Fosting Richard, Mme Moutisnga Yolande, Mme Molonga Jeanine
Admin focal point:  Mme Moutsinga Yolande
This vacancy notice may be used to fill other similar positions at the same grade level
Only candidates under serious consideration will be contacted.
A written test and/or an asynchronous video assessment may be used as a form of screening.
In the event that your candidature is retained for an interview, you will be required to provide, in advance, a scanned copy of the degree(s)/diploma(s)/certificate(s) required for this position. WHO only considers higher educational qualifications obtained from an institution accredited/recognized in the World Higher Education Database (WHED), a list updated by the International Association of Universities (IAU)/United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). The list can be accessed through the link: http://www.whed.net/. Some professional certificates may not appear in the WHED and will require individual review.
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Any appointment/extension of appointment is subject to WHO Staff Regulations, Staff Rules and Manual.
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Goma, Democratic Republic of the Congo