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The Administrative manager leads the base admin department in Al Mokha (with sub-base in Al Khawkha City). In coordination with the Finance and HR Coordinators and under the leadership of the Field Coordinator, he/she develops the strategic finance and HR orientations at base level. He/she strengthens the procedures and supervise the capacity building and empowerment of the admin team. He/she makes sure to roll out compliance, ensure adherence to SI procedures and organize internal control checks. In coordination with other departments, he/she participates to projects development.
Responsibilities and main activities:
The main challenges and priorities for the 2/3 first months:
The Administrative Manager will directly manage the 3 members of the administration team (1 finance, 1 HR and 1 log-admin supervisor) and lead an overall team of 6.
After 2 months of contract, a restructuration of the support departments will be done. The Deputy Admin Manager position will be created and the Administrative manager will also take the responsibility of the logistics department. He/she will directly manage 4 members of the administrative and logistics team (1 deputy Admin, 2 logistics supervisors and 1 sub base log-admin supervisor).
Specific skills and experience:
A salaried post:
According to experience, starting from 1800 euros gross per month (+ 10% annual leave allowance paid monthly i.e. 1980 euros gross per month)
and a monthly Per Diem of 750 USD
SI also covers accommodation costs and travel expenses between the expatriate's country of origin and the place of assignment.
Vacation: During the assignment, a system of alternation between work and time off is implemented at the rate of 7 working days every three months. For a one-year assignment, the expatriate will have a 7 working days break at 3, 6 and 9 months (with 850 USD allocated by Solidarités).
To these break periods, it is necessary to add the granting of one additional rest day per month worked, i.e. 12 days in addition for a one-year contract.
Social and medical cover:
Expatriates benefit from an insurance package which reimburses all healthcare expenses (including medical and surgical expenses, dental care and ophthalmological expenses, repatriation) and a welfare system including war risks. Essential vaccination and antimalarial treatment costs are refunded.
Specific constraints related to security:
The security situation on the West Coast differs between Al Mokha, where SI Office/GH is located; and districts of Hodeidah governorates (beyond 1h drive from Al Mokha), where most of SI projects are implemented.
In Al Mokha, the situation is stable and calm due to heavy military presence from the coalition. Main risks in Al Mokha relate to landmines/UXO/IED presence (not in Al Mokha city, but in neighboring districts), celebratory fire, and/or cross-fire due to personal disputes. Criminality remains low in the city, owing to heavy military presence, while kidnapping is not considered a major threat in the area.
In southern districts of Hodeidah, i.e. SI areas of operation, the security situation is more volatile, as these districts are crossed by the frontline. Following the redeployment of armed groups from Hodeidah city, intensified shelling has been reported in these districts, as well as attempt from parties to regain territory.
To mitigate these risks, SI has developed strict security rules that the applicant needs to be ready to abide to.
Key information about living conditions:
Living conditions are good in a new guest-house/office building fully furnished with roof top and gym room, with internet, and 24/7 electricity. There are currently other expatriates from 5+ other INGOS permanently based in Al Mokha. Field visits are possible for international staff if the security situation allows. But movements are overall framed in a low-profile strategy. The position is based in Mokha, but activities take place also in other districts along the West Coast. A sub-base was opened in 2019 in Al Khowkhah, located 40 minutes-drive from Al Mokha, where expatriate might occasionally spend some nights.
Does this description fit you? Please send us your CV and Cover letter in English via this link: https://emea3.recruitmentplatform.com/syndicated/private/syd_apply.cfm?i.... CV only applications will not be considered.
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