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Location:
EMI United States
Commitment: 
3+ Years
Position: 
Member Staff
Compensation: 
This opportunity is a funded or full stipend-based position.
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Located in Alaska - this role will carry out the ministry of EMI by coordinating WASH community development and implementation projects, providing discipline-specific engineering support, and mentoring staff and interns.

Qualifications: 

In addition to the typical EMI Staff / Associate Staff prerequisites, candidates for this position must meet the following qualifications:

Education and Experience

  • Bachelor's degree in engineering or related field, Master’s degree preferred.
  • Professional Engineering License in Alaska (civil, environmental, geotechnical, other) or ability to attain within one year.
  • 3-5 years’ practical work experience in technical design in arctic environments.
  • Experience in project or staff management preferred.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

  • Technical writing experience required.
  • AutoCAD experience preferred.
  • Project management tool experience preferred (scheduling, workflow, etc.)
  • Knowledge of the local church and ability to engage local church and ministry leaders.
  • Understanding and participation in EMI vision, mission, and core values.
  • Working knowledge of English required, Inupiaq and/or Yupik preferred.
Responsibilities: 

The following are essential responsibilities for this position:

  • Spiritual and professional discipleship through EMI’s programmes and opportunities.

Technical and Engineering (discipline and experience specific)

  • Provide technical support for EMI WASH projects including scope definition, preliminary research, design consultation, quality control design review, and onsite inspections.
  • Perform design, analysis, and drafting for civil infrastructure projects, particularly related to water and sanitation design and technology.
  • Perform onsite reviews of EMI WASH project activities including design, installation, and implementation phases.
  • Participate and support technical training activities.
  • Assist with developing and maintaining technical standards for EMI, including design guides, programs, spreadsheets and professional codes and policies.

 

Project Coordination and WASH Program Support

  • Track and coordinate project scope, scheduling, deadlines, work breakdown, budgets, reporting, and stakeholder relations.
  • Represent EMI in consultations with project stakeholders, including beneficiaries, clients, partners, contractors, and grantors.
  • Monitor and report on activities, evidence-based outcomes, and outputs of WASH community development projects.
  • Coordinate, prepare, and submit deliverables for project designs.
  • Coordinate and prepare project progress and budget reports.
  • Perform safety and risk assessments for personal and EMI team travel to project sites.
  • Engage local church and ministry leaders to accomplish and support project objectives.
  • Provide appropriate pastoral care and encouragement for EMI project teams in adherence to EMI policy and procedures.
  • Assist the WASH Program Manager in developing and supporting WASH community development and civil infrastructure implementation projects, including but not limited to project coordination, budgeting, grant writing, and partnership development.