Job Details
Position: Officer, Infrastructure Development, Urban Development Programme
No of Vacancy: N/A
Job Description/Responsibilities:

Assist for drawings & specifications in preparation of subcontractor scope. Identify and support implementation of demand based (Urban) WASH/ infrastructure technologies and interventions
Prepare the specifications for all equipment that is required for each project
Continuous follow up of progress in implementing WASH/ infrastructure interventions against Community Action Plan, identify opportunity/ constraint, provide appropriate feedback & support to ensure smooth and effective implementation of the projects
Ensure quality control of the infrastructure development related work (budget, estimate, schedule, plans, worker’s performance) and report regularly on project status. Review engineering deliverables and initiate appropriate corrective actions
Assist the community meson/ worker and other project participants to provide assistance and ensure technical support
Prepare context specific innovations of relevant infrastructures and pilot the interventions according to local demand and based on CAP
Interact daily with the clients (meson, worker, CDO members) to interpret their needs and requirements and represent them in the field
Assist and provide guidance to the relevant field staff, take initiative of their capacity development, and monitor and evaluate the performance of all supervisee staff
Insure, drive, achieve and maintain agreed quality and standard during construction for sustainability issue
Educational Requirements:
B.Sc/ Diploma in Civil Engineering from any recognised university/ institutions with minimum second class/ division or equivalent GPA/ CGPA in all academic examinations
Experience Requirements:
Minimum 3 years’ of experience in relevant field
Additional Job Requirements:

Demonstrated ability to successfully manage large scale and complex projects
Have knowledge on current national and global development trends related to urban poverty and urban development
Have skills on community organising and social mobilisation
Excellent communication, presentation and negotiation skills
Skills in documentation, facilitation & reporting
Strong analytical skills and possess a proven track record of working successfully in a variety of cultural contexts
Awareness of political processes and protocols
Age Range: Maximum 45 Years
Salary Range: Negotiable
Other Benefits:
Festival Bonus, Contributory Provident Fund, Gratuity, Health and Life Insurance and others
Job Location:
BRAC Field Office
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Last Apply Date: 17/Feb/2019