Coordinator, Security Non-profit Careers – International Justice Mission (IJM)

 

Job Title:  Coordinator, Security

Organisation: International
Justice Mission (IJM)

Duty Station: Kampala,
Uganda 

Reports to:  Manager, Security

 

About US:

International
Justice Mission (IJM) is an international human rights organization that works
to ensure that all, especially the most vulnerable, have proper and appropriate
access to justice. IJM works directly with survivors of violence to offer
support and assistance. IJM also works closely with local and national
governments, religious and traditional leaders and in particular with the
public justice system to support them and build system wide capacity.

 

Job Summary: As
the Coordinator, Security you will work to ensure that all proper measures are
taken to keep IJM and its interests safe and secure.

 

Key Duties and Responsibilities:  

Networking & Partnerships

·       
Work
closely and build relationships with UNDSS, UNDP and other UN entities in the
areas where IJM are involved in UN projects.

·       
Work
closely and build relationships with police, maintaining existing IJM relationships
with police in Uganda fostering police support when necessary.

·       
Building
of collaborative relationships with other organizations security leads and
focal points.

Leadership and Management:

·       
Assist
to raise the awareness among the teams on safety / security issues on regular
basis

·       
Be on
call 24 hours a day, seven days a week to support staff in the event of a
security incident arising or delegate to qualified on call

o   The SFP will at all times be able to account
for all IJM staff and Visitors movement on IJM operations and IJM business by:

o   Approving daily movement of IJM staff and
Visitors

o   Maintain a daily movements board that shows
details of all IJM vehicle, staff and visitor movement.

o   Communicate all daily movement of IJM
vehicles, Staff and Visitors to Uganda Security Ops room daily.

o   Be able to account for any IJM vehicle, staff
or visitor moving around to or from their operational area.

o   Maintain a readiness to respond to any
incident that involves IJM vehicles, staff or visitors during or out of business
hours

·       
The SSFP
will attend security forums meetings in his/her area of operational
responsibility or where otherwise directed by the Manager of Security.

Strategy & Knowledge Development & Implementation:

·       
Identify
threats to the safety and security of IJM assets, staff or clients and develop
sound mitigation plans

·       
Assist
to provide security briefings and updates to new hires, visitors and as needed.

·       
Maintain
the documentation and filing of security management (incident reports,
trainings, management plans and etc.).

·       
Conduct
Security Risk Assessments when and wherever required.

Policies and Procedures:

·       
Develop
and maintain best practice policies regarding safety standards for the office
and the Security Operations Room

Documentation, Reporting & Data Management:

·       
Document
and manage data for all IJM security incident reports.

·       
Submit
weekly security reports to the Manager of Security.

 




Qualifications, Skills and
Experience:

·       
Preferred
five years (or more) experience conducting security operations.

·       
Prior leadership
and/or management experiences preferred.

·       
Valid
driver’s license and experience driving manual vehicles in rough terrain.

·       
Fluency
in English and local languages, with excellent writing and speaking in both.

·       
Computer
literate with proficiency in MS Word, Outlook and Excel.

·       
Ability
to create and deliver good tactical plans and Mission Briefs

·       
Mature
orthodox Christian faith as defined by the Apostles’ Creed.

·       
Passionate
commitment to IJM’s mission and values.

·       
Professional
in demeanor, appearance, writing and oral communication.

·       
Works
well under stress with a sustained positive attitude.

·       
Exceptionally
high level of honesty and integrity.

·       
Intelligent,
organized, creative and proactive problem solver.

·       
Ability
to cooperate effectively in a multi-cultural environment.

 

How to Apply:

All suitably
qualified and interested candidates should email their Application, and
statement of faith to ugandarecruiting@ijm.org.

 

What is a statement of faith?

A statement of faith
should describe your Christian faith and how you see it as relevant to your
involvement with IJM. The statement can either be incorporated into the cover
letter or submitted as a separate document and should include, at a minimum, a
description of your spiritual disciplines (prayer, study, etc.) and your
current fellowship or place of worship.**

 

Deadline: 2nd October 2020 by
5:00pm

 

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