The Technical Worker performs basic technical tasks under the supervision of the Premises Manager. He is responsible for all the maintenance and repair work in the ICRC office and residences which includes light troubleshooting for a variety of appliances and fixtures using the necessary tools, as well as indoor and outdoor work, and sometimes lifting of heavy materials.
Conducts repairs and maintenance in ICRC premises
Implements change of office set-up and organization
Performs carpentry, painting, plumbing, and electrical duties within frame of knowledge
Accompanies external maintenance service providers working within ICRC premises
Purchases small maintenance-related materials
Monitors maintenance supplies and properly replenishes them
Participates in the periodic inventory activity of ICRC premises
Ensures that all residences’ passive security items (ex. anti-blast film, fire blanket, etc. ) are in good working condition
Reports all visible and probable maintenance problems to the line manager
Performs office-related errands, if needed
A successful candidate will have:
Experience in building and office technical works
Knowledge and experience in electrical, plumbing, and carpentry skills
At least 5 years doing technical works
High school diploma
Basic command of spoken and written English
Minimum of 5 years professional driver’s license
As an asset, a successful candidate may have:
• Technical course or vocational diploma
THE ICRC OFFERS
A meaningful career within an international humanitarian setup
Competitive compensation package
Opportunities for continued learning and development
Closing date of application: 15 December 2018
Duration of contract: Open-ended
Contract Start: As soon as possible
*Applications will be reviewed on an ongoing basis until position is successfully filled. Recruitment may close before deadline of applications.
Qualified applicants are requested to send their comprehensive resume, cover letter to [email protected] with subject line: SURNAME First name – MAN Technical Worker (cover letter, resume).
Office Address: 5/F Erechem Bldg., Salcedo corner VA Rufino Streets, Legaspi Village, Makati City.
Only shortlisted candidates will be notified. A valid NBI clearance must be submitted once shortlisted.
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