Assistant Project Officer Job at the Millard Fuller Foundation
The Millard Fuller Foundation, a housing organisation with international affiliation and located in Masaka (near Abuja), is currently seeking to employ suitably qualified candidates to fill the position below:
Job Title: Assistant Project Officer
Location: Masaka, Nasarawa
Job Type: Contract (Renewable)
Job Field: Building and Construction
- On-site supervision of teams of artisans working on building construction from ground breaking to completion within an allocated area of houses, facilities or infrastructure.
- Planning and allocation of tasks in an effective manner in order to get the highest quality housing and infrastructure in accordance to the MFF standards.
- Responsible for the execution of construction tasks in accordance to the drawings and work descriptions.
- Responsible for the request of materials (MRF) and transfer/coordination to the Project Officer-Distribution.
- Responsible for a clean and secure environment within his allocated area of responsibility.
- Report failures, gaps or training needs directly to the Project Officer (PO).
- Review work progress on an hourly and daily basis to ensure completion of daily work tasks.
- Furnish the PO with valuable information that would enhance quality decision making.
- Resolve conflicts among artisans amicably
- Motivate the team to achieve set goals in accordance to the required quality and quantity.
- Perform every other duty as may be assigned by the Project Officer
- BSc/HND in Architecture/Civil Engineering/Quantity Surveying
- Ability to think methodically, and interpret specifications and dimensions
- Must be smart and agile
- Must be analytical and meticulous with good communication skills
- Minimum of 3 – 5 years’ experience in project management and construction
- Project Management certification would be an advantage.
Application Closing Date
25th July, 2018.
How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates sh should send their CV’s to: email@example.com indicating the job title as subject.