United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Shire, Ethiopia
Background The UN in Ethiopia employs over 4000 personnel countrywide. With this large footprint it conducts between 70 and 120 road missions every day. The cost shared radio network as part of the Emergency Communications System (ECS) is critical to monitor all missions, to operate and coordinate - agency based - warden systems and to maintain communications between all UN-offices and premises. The maintenance of the ECS falls under the accountability of the DO and the UN (Chief-) Security Advisor (Chapter II, Section B Security Policy Manual). The Radio Operators will perform their duty under the Supervision of the Radio Operator Supervisor (GS-4). Duties and Responsibilities Responsible for monitoring and channeling all radio communications including tracking of UN vehicles and staff movement, to ensure efficient 24-hour coverage of telecommunications services; Implement the Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) for the Emergency...
Apr 07, 2021