KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES – 1 (not all-inclusive)
•Collecting and collating all security development for quick reference and further distribution.
•Providing inputs for the preparation of WFP Security SOPs, SRM, eSRA, WFP Emergency Plans for CO.
•Ensuring the implementation of security recommendations related to SOPs, SRM, Emergency Plan and MOSS requirements.
•Working to ensure that safety and security is a core component of all WFP programmes and operations
•Ensuring compliance with MOSS requirements
•Supporting field missions
•Conducting/coordinating road and security risk assessments based on actual needs in WFP areas of operations.
•Conducting periodic (or on an ad-hoc basis) office security surveys
•Assisting the Head of Security on follow up of the implementation of all security measures to be implemented
•Establishing and maintaining contacts with UNDSS, other UN Agencies, NGOs and national security agencies
•Following up the security situation in the country on daily basis and provide inputs to Head of Security Unit
•Feeding the Head of Security with analysis and identification of potential issues related to security operations.
•Conducting regular field visits to A/SOs and FDPs to ensure coordination between Security and WFP Operations is maintained.
•Briefing for new arrival when required
•Following up the new staff to attend SSAFE training within 30 days from their arrival
•Managing and maintaining updated WFP warden systems for both International and National staff
•Following up all field mission/movements comply with security advisories and MOSS
•Ensuring that fire safety equipment (fire extinguishers, smoke detectors etc.) is taken care of, installed and functioning in all WFP premises
•Monitoring, assisting and advising staff to be compliant with security clearance procedures
KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES – 2
•Preparing MSCRs and LP MSCRs
•Following up and monitoring WFP staff compliance with security mandatory requirements
•Maintaining a training list of all staff and one specific for security staff
•Reporting incidents by fastest means of communication to the Head of Security
•Following up on International zone badge issuence and reasons of denied SM of ID
•Following up on getting BERF for entering BIAP
STANDARD MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
Education: Completion of secondary school education. A post-secondary certificate in the related functional area is desirable is desirable.
Language: Fluency in both oral and written communication in English and Arabic Langauage.
Professional Experience: At least 5 years of work experience in Military, Police, Private Security and/or UN/Humanitarian/NGO security sector
DESIRED EXPERIENCES FOR ENTRY INTO THE ROLE
• Has applied knowledge of security operations technical processes which must be adhered to in day to day work
• Has supported security operations efforts as directed
• Has supported in providing ad-hoc technical guidance to staff members