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A versatile position within a dynamic nonprofit that provides community-inspired, volunteer-powered disaster relief. The position full-time is responsible for developing and overseeing the response/ recovery projects to help impacted communities. Specific project responsibilities are coupled with management opportunities in
a fast-paced environment.
This position is not open to US Residents
- Reports to: Project Manager
- Roles reporting to position: 0
- Approximate number of reports: 0
- Support the PM to develop the project scope-of-work, milestones, updating timelines and budgets accurately, updating the necessary tracking systems e.g. Salesforce, LW tracking, MS Project, and supporting with volunteer management.
- Support the PM in everything related to drawings and plans for the correct understanding of the project. Support in the explanation of the drawings and plans to the rest of the construction team.
- Support the PM in the quality control review, including visiting work sites on a regular basis.
- Support the PM to establish and develop clear work and safety practices for the project and communicate these with site teams (Construction Site Coordinator, Site Supervisor, Site Supervisor Trainees, Masons and Team Leaders).
- Supports the Project Manager in the development, implementation, and review of the Health, Safety and Security procedures for sites, including Risk Assessments.
- Cover the PM when he/she is on break as well as cover any construction crew personnel if necessary.
- Support the PM and the construction team in the organization of monthly breaks to have a clear structure and organization of the coverage for the proper functioning of the program.
- Continuously develop and evaluate the project scope, quality and impact, through a meaningful
monitoring and evaluation framework.
Support the PM to provide supportive leadership, manage a diverse staff team, volunteers and local workers, and empower them to carry out their work effectively and efficiently.
Support Logistics Coordinator to implement efficient procurement processes for the project sites. Support the PM and LC to design and oversee the process of hiring and vetting subcontractors and construction suppliers.
Support the Project Manager in compiling program specific fortnightly reports for the organization.
Support the PM to oversee the training of the Site Supervisors, Site Supervisor Trainees and the Mason Training Program.
Work close to the Community Coordinator in the development and implementation of renewal projects.
We understand vaccination is the best way to protect our beneficiaries, community members, staff and volunteers. Therefore, we require all staff members working in in-person environments (including program staff, office staff, team meetings and program visits) to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Subject to applicable guidance, the term fully vaccinated currently refers to when an individual has received all recommended Covid-19 vaccines, including any booster dose(s) when eligible.
Perform other duties as required.
- Education: Bachelor’s Degree in a relevant field. Architect, civil engineering or structural engineering degree preferred.
- Related Experience: Must have technical experience working in construction. All Hands and Hearts experience is preferable, but not required.
- Special Competencies/Certifications: Fluency in at least one language/dialect used in the region of the project is preferable. Good written and oral communication skills (in English) and confident working with Google Workspace, particularly Google Docs and Google Sheets and Microsoft Office. Must be confident working with design software such as AutoCAD and Microsoft Office, specifically including MS Project. Applicants need to be well organized and have a flexible approach to managing multiple tasks and prioritizing them appropriately. The individual is able to manage a large workload and perform in a fast-paced environment. Familiarity with international humanitarian standards including Sphere and HAP. Must have a valid driver’s license.
Working Conditions and Physical Demands
- Constantly works in outdoor adverse weather conditions
- Frequently moves items weighing up to 40 lbs on work site or on base
- Frequently operates construction equipment (table saws, impact drivers, drills, and more)
- Frequently operates computer
- Frequently ascends/descends ladders and scaffolding
- Must be able to remain in a stationary position
- Frequent travel
- Living in communal environment
- High stress situations
Compensation & Benefits
- Pay rate is $1,250-$1,650 USD/ month skills and experience
- Room & board
- Monthly R&R breaks with allowance
- Coverage for emergency medical injury or illness
- Visa extension reimbursement
- Travel to and from program location
- Costs related to COVID-19 entry requirements
All Hands and Hearts is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, color, religion, national origin, disability, Veteran status, age, or any other protected characteristic.