JOBS IN WATER AND HABITAT

One way the ICRC relieves suffering in conflict zones is by restoring essential services such as water, sanitation and power and renovating public infrastructure. These systems may be damaged or disrupted as a direct, indirect or cumulative result of conflict. The staff of our Water and Habitat Unit assess what the most vulnerable people need in order to have decent living conditions. They then design, plan and oversee projects to meet those needs. This includes negotiating and working with local authorities and civil society bodies so that essential services are restored. Our teams adopt sustainable strategies, even when responding in emergencies.

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JOBS IN WATER AND HABITAT

One way the ICRC relieves suffering in conflict zones is by restoring essential services such as water, sanitation and power and renovating public infrastructure. These systems may be damaged or disrupted as a direct, indirect or cumulative result of conflict. The staff of our Water and Habitat Unit assess what the most vulnerable people need in order to have decent living conditions. They then design, plan and oversee projects to meet those needs. This includes negotiating and working with local authorities and civil society bodies so that essential services are restored. Our teams adopt sustainable strategies, even when responding in emergencies.

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WATER AND HABITAT ENGINEER
WATER AND HABITAT ENGINEER Geneva (GVA), AD, 12137 12-Jul-2019
Global Deployment Option Water & Habitat Open-ended contract