The Information Systems Officer is responsible for providing a wide range of Information to Water Supply line managers and acting as a focal point for issues relating to water supply information (WAPP/WADI, Water Distribution, Quality, Water Payments) or its uses. The below functions are meant as a guide and are not exclusive of work which may need to be undertaken to meet the developing needs of the program.
– Creating and maintaining tools that improve the flow of data between systems, teams and departments
– Supporting line managers with data in form which can be directed actioned within the camp
– Supporting the Account Monitors through maintenance of WAPP system
– Supporting the Water Field Supervisors through maintenance of WADI system
– Supporting monitoring and provision of assets used in data use
– Monitoring the information flows and databases
– Monitoring the WAPP/WADI system and supporting documents
– Updating the WAPP and WADI systems in case of any update i.e. Master List and Change in Standards.
– Support Deputy Manager by the Water Delivery priorities each morning.
– Managing Data Entry staff and CfW analysts
– Delivering data for the investigation of WAPP / WADI daily reports.
– Providing direct support to project teams in lieu of management
– Creation and dissemination of reports
– Development of further tools, reporting formats or other items to support project implementation
– Creation and dissemination of reports:
o Water quality reports, and UNICEF weekly and monthly report.
o Financial Monthly report
o CFP monthly and biweekly report
o Other report formats
Information and communication
– Sharing information both to the various Water Supply teams
– Identifies and reports to managers of the missing data that uploaded by the WFSs.
– Maintain open dialogue with all team members, and treat all staff in a respectful way.
Nature of the job
– Working hours are determined with the contract however in practice are variable depending upon the needs of the project. Working hours can range from 6am until 6pm, seven days per week, can be on a shift or fixed pattern. Working hours can extended before or after these hours if required in exceptional circumstances.
– Working days can include public holidays. Although no staff is required to work during this period the needs remain and flexibility is appreciated.
– Finger printing is used to monitor the attendance of staff. Staff who do not finger print in on time or at all can be subject to disciplinary procedures.
– Staff roles are defined in the ToR however staff can be required to fulfil other roles or duties according to the operational or strategic needs of the programme. These duties can be defined by any line manager, FLATS manager PM, Coordination.
|Job Location:||Mafraq, Jordan|
|Job Role:||Information Technology|
|Company Industry:||Community/Social Services/and Nonprofit|
|Career Level:||Entry Level|