The field administrative officer will be responsible for the whole CFWs component under the project of Job Creation to Prevent Soil Erosion and Reduce Evaporation in Zarqa Ma'in Dam. The project, which is funded by the GIZ, aims to improve the living conditions of Jordanian host communities and Syrian refugees by creating job opportunities to reduce soil erosion and evaporation in the Zarqa Ma'in dam. This project will generate 395 short-term employment opportunities to implement the diverse project interventions. The employment opportunities will be offered to local communities and Syrian refugees who have settled within the project area, with a focus on effectively engaging youth, women, and vulnerable groups in project activities.
The field administrative Officer will be responsible for managing the entire CFWs affairs, beginning with the CFWs hiring process, which includes setting selection criteria, lunching the registration, and selection process, and all related affairs such as contracts, social security, work permits for Syrians, following up on CFWs attendance and releasing their monthly payments and food allowance, and so on, in full compliance with Jordan labour laws, CFWs SOPs, GIZ and IUCN policies and regulations. The field administrative Officer reports directly to the project manager and interacts with project officers, the finance department, IUCN-ROWA administration, and communication staff. The field administrator Officer is based between Amman - IUCN offices and Madaba - Ma'in Dam.
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