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  • University degree / Bachelor’s or equivalent from a reputable institute.
  • Minimum 7 years practical experience in Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) either of military or police.
  • Certified International Mine Action Standards IMAS on EOD Level 2 is an asset.
  • Capabilities in management, planning, training & capacity building in humanitarian Mine Action/Weapon Contamination programs.
  • Excellent command of written and spoken English.
  • Excellent proven analytical skills.
  • Excellent computer skills.


  • As part of the ICRC Weapon Contamination (WeC) program, develops a thorough understanding of the weapon contamination situation and provides the hierarchy with explosive hazard identification and risk assessment with regards to likely impact of the explosive remnants to staff and civilians in affected areas.
  •  To maximize the impact of the ICRC’s work, develops effective working relationship with relief and development organizations, local government’s institutions, identifying high priority areas for cooperation on program related activities including Risk Education and EOD.
  • Maintain contacts with relevant authorities and other external interlocutors at various level independently.
  • Contribute to defining objectives and priorities, draws up strategies and plan of action within the delegation’s geographical limits.
  • Contribute to building the capacity of national authorities and National Societies.
  • Implement Standard Operating Procedure (SoPs) and other guidelines for WeC program related activities.
  •  Supervise program staff when applicable.

Should you fulfill the above-mentioned requirements and be interested for this position, please submit your cover letter and complete application online by latest by 11.02.2018

Note: Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.