Senior Supervisor, Security Operations Centre (Snr Supervisor SOC), G6
Duties and Responsibilities
- To ensure undisrupted functioning of SCS at country level.
- To ensure that the Country SOC keeps a 24/7 watch to collect all available info within AOR and send it in a timely manner to FSCO/FCT and the CSA.
- To manage the “day-by-day” functioning of the SCS/Nigeria.
- To monitor the security situation within AOR;
- To monitor/track/report UN movement and activities within giver AOR.
- To maintain and update the Daily Staff List at country level;
- To keep inform the CSA on gathered the security and safety matters.
- To supervise the activity and performance of the personnel within the SCS/Nigeria.
- To support FSCO/FCT to consolidate the integrated UN SCS in his area (GSM and Satellite transmission of data and voice for the UN AFPs).
- To maintain the availability of HF, UHF and/or VHF radio communication means for extreme emergencies.
- To assist designated FSCO/FCT in the implementation of the Area Security Plan;
- To plan and conduct communications training exercises and regular SCS checks/drills;
- To provide technical support to SOC/Ss.
- To manage, in close collaboration with DSA, logistical, procurement, maintenance, repair and financial aspects of the SCS/Nigeria.
- To advise the CSA of practical means to enhance communication capability.
- To draft and disseminate the Security Information Threat (STIs) notices, alerts, warnings, advisories, and updates.
- To draft and disseminate Daily Media Monitoring Reports;
- To conduct any other task directed by the CSA.
- The key results have an impact on the accurate and timely implementation of the overall UN security program within given AOR through the functioning, effective, and efficient communications of information and instructions, particularly during an emergency situation.
- The functions and associated key results ensure UN policy compliance and practical capabilities throughout the AOR, whilst ensuring the ability to communicate globally as required.
- Respect for diversity
- Planning and Organizing
- Client orientation
- Technological Awareness
- Commitment to continuous learning
- Managing Performance
- Building trust
- Judgment/decision making•
Required Skills and Experience
- High school and technical qualification in communications.
- A bachelor’s degree is desirable and so not a requirement.
- Recognized certificates in radio communication is desirable.
- Minimum 6 years' experience in practical communications implementation, preferably in the military or police context, or related field of work.
- Prior experience with the UN system or international NGOs is an advantage.
- Fluency in English language.
*QUALIFIED FEMALE CANDIDATES ARE STONGLY ENCOURAGED TO APPLY*
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