|VACANCY NO:||205||ORGANIZATION:||Voice of Women Organization|
|TYPE OF JOB:||full time||DURATION:||One Year|
|NO OF JOBS:||1||EDUCATION:||Completed Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in relevant field of work|
|PROVINCE:||herat||EXPERIENCE:||Minimum of 7 years of professional experience|
Position title: Project Manager/Team Leader
About Voice of Women Organization
Voice of Women Organization (VWO) is a non-governmental, non-profit, non-political and non-partisan organization that strives for the revival of women’s role in Afghan societies through advocacy of women right, legal, social protection and capacity of women. VWO has offices in Herat, Badghis, Farah, Nimrooz, Ghor and Kabul. So the main office is based in Herat, the Kabul office is responsible for some programmatic activities in the central region.
Title: Project Manager/Team Leader
Dept. / Location: UNDP-Legal Aid Grant / Herat (Travelling to Badghis, Ghor, Faryab, Daikundi)
Reports to: Program Manager
Description: The Project Manager/Team Leader is responsible to carry out all duties and responsibilities with direct supervision of Program Manager.
Leading and supervising all project staff.
Determine and define project scope and objectives
Predict resources needed to reach objectives and manage resources in an effective and efficient manner
Manage budget based on scope of work and resource requirements
Develop and manage a detailed project schedule and work plan
Be VWO representative and maintain proper relation with project stakeholders.
Coordinate with local authorities, Donor, related NGOs and other VWO projects.
Ensure that all project personnel receive an appropriate orientation in order to implement the project in compliance to VWO policies and procedure, and donor requirement.
Alert security officer, social organizer, and guard to any safety concerns
Ensure that project procurement are made according to VWO procurement policy and procedures.
Ensure proper implementation of project work plan.
Ensure the timely and within budget achievement of project objectives and pre-designed targets by proper monitoring of activities.
Provide project updates on a consistent basis to various stakeholders about strategy, adjustments, and progress
Ensure proper filing of documents related to project.
Ensure timely provision of expenses supporting document to finance department.
Assist with the preparation of progress reports, timeframes, schedule and budget as needed.
Providing monthly, quarterly, annual and project completion reports.
Ensure that the project activities proceed in compliance to law, and donor requirement.
Perform any other relevant assignments/duties that might be assigned by immediate supervisor
Position Requirements: (Qualifications)
Completed Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in relevant field of work.
Minimum of 7 years of professional experience in the field of Legal Aid and Legal Awareness in Afghanistan
At least 4 years of experience in a project management /team lead function for Legal Aid / Justice and Judicial Services Technical Support and management in Afghanistan.
Has experience in at least two (2) projects as an expert in the field of Legal Aid and Legal Awareness in Afghanistan and is fluent in Dari and Pashto Languages with strong proficiency in oral and written English.
Interested candidates who can meet the criteria must send their updated CV to the following email address mentioned in this announcement. Please refuse sending of big size file such of certificates and other extra documents. Keep in mind to write the Vacancy number (VWO-205) in the subject line of your email.
|TYPE OF JOB:||full time||DURATION:||1 Year|
|NO OF JOBS:||1||EDUCATION:||MD or Surgery specialty attested documents from a recognized university.|
|PROVINCE:||ghazni||EXPERIENCE:||At least 3- 5 years’ work experiences on general|
Position title: Back up Surgeon
Agency for Assistance and Development of Afghanistan (AADA) is an Afghan non-profit non-governmental organization working for the development of Afghanistan mainly through (1) provision of quality health services; (2) community development; (3) training and capacity building at professional and community levels; and (4) research in topics of public health and social sciences besides various projects in different parts of Afghanistan.
Diagnosis and treatment all surgical patients who are seeking health care in DH/s Surgical operation of all patients who need surgical intervention/s Taking part in morning reports actively Provision of training/consultations for medical doctor/s, anesthesiologists, nurses, and other related staffs OPD consultation in clinic especially diagnosis and treatment of patients Taking part in on-call duties as per needed Proficient in Medical basics and management of emergency medical cases Provision surgical/medical care for all complicated cases Referral of complicated cases to higher centers.
Provision activities reports and HMIS timely.
MD or Surgery specialty attested documents from a recognized university.
-Has the general surgery specialty
- Enough experience in a similar position at a recognized hospital. - Good communication skills and teamwork capacity. - Self-motivated and be punctual. - Be familiar with English on a professional level and
Pashto and Dari is a must
At least 3- 5 years’ work experiences on general surgery
Certified by MoPH
Interested eligible individuals are invited to submit their CVs and applications, clearly indicating the Title of Position and Name of Province in which they want to apply either through e-mail to address shown below, or through direct submission to the Human Resource department of AADA main office ““House #33, PD 4, Second part of Kart-e-Parwan, Ghazi Ayob Khan female high school lane, Kabul, Afghanistan. Candidates who send their CVs through e-mail must mention the Title of position ( Back up Surgeon, Ghazni Province) in which they want to apply, in the subject line of email. Only short-listed candidates will be invited for test and interview. Your e-mail must depict the vacancy title; else otherwise the CV will not be entertained.
|TYPE OF JOB:||full time||DURATION:||3 years|
|NO OF JOBS:||1||EDUCATION:||Bachelor Degree|
Position title: Agriculture Relationship Officer – For Afghan SME Grant Program
SME Client Support Afghanistan LLC (“SCSA”) is a consulting and service company registered with the Ministry of Industry and Commerce (MoIC) with its headquarters in Kabul and sub-branch in Mazar-e-Sharif and plans to open further sub-branches in Herat, Kandahar and Jalalabad. SCSA is fully owned by ACGF - Afghan Credit Guarantee Foundation (“ACGF”), a foundation with legal incorporation in Cologne, Germany. ACGF is a credit guarantee fund with the mission to improve access to finance for Afghanistan’s small and medium-sized enterprises (“SMEs”) by sharing the credit risk of the Afghan partner financial institutions (“PIs”) and by improving their SME lending capacity with technical assistance (“TA”). ACGF has been founded in 2014 by DEG – Deutsche Investitions- und Entwicklungsgesellschaft mbH and by the German Ministry of Economic Cooperation and Development and is supported by funding from the World Bank / Afghan Ministry of Finance and KfW Development Bank.
Governed by a service contract concluded between ACGF and SCSA, SCSA provides a broad range of ancillary services in the context of ACGF’s credit guarantee and technical assistance operations.
SCSA is a consulting company, not a financial institution, and it does not provide any financial services. SCSA does not have contractual relationships with the Afghan PIs; it acts as service provider to ACGF carrying out a range of various services, e.g. conducting market research on SME finance, conducting training needs assessment, providing ongoing TA to PIs (e.g. training-on-the-job and coaching of SME credit staff), providing support services for the credit guarantee appraisal and guarantee claim appraisal, carrying out monitoring support for the guarantee portfolio and the compliance of the partner financial institutions, collecting various types of information for ACGF (market-, portfolio-, risk-relevant information) and other services.
Purpose of Program
ACGF has been awarded a SME matching grant (MG) program in Afghanistan which will be implemented over the course of the next years. In addition, ACGF is in preparation for a second similar program as well. The donors of the programs are two large international finance institutions. The overall goal of both programs is to support the survival of SMEs during the Corona crisis, to protect existing employment in supported SMEs and to prevent potential spill-over effects of the crisis to the Afghan financial sector. Moreover, a wide array of measures is being introduced under both programs to mitigate the economic impact of the Corona crisis on SMEs not only on the short- but also on the medium-term in Afghanistan. In detail, both MG programs will:
Support Corona crisis adaptation, including market re-engagement, recovery, and productive capabilities of SMEs across sectors; Strengthen the pipeline of bankable firms and demand for banking services; and Deploy and build on a simple and tested instrument, which is MGs.
SCSA will be responsible, in coordination with and close supervision by ACGF, for the operational implementation and execution of both programs in Afghanistan. Under both programs, the five big Afghan economic centers Kabul, Mazar-e-Sharif, Jalalabad, Herat and Kandahar will be covered, where most SMEs are located. Further, the MG program will be run in competitive “rounds”. Each round will have pre-announced criteria on eligibility and priorities. SMEs are requested to apply during the round’s application window. Selected SMEs will be supported with MGs in two categories of costs, which is (i) capital costs and (ii) non-capital costs.
Moreover, the MG program will include an agriculture window to provide full grants (without matching requirement) for SMEs in critical food supply chains, such as wheat, flour, and rice. Critical food supply chains are those that have a significant contribution to the nutritional intake of Afghan households, and which have been impacted by the Corona crisis or concurrent shocks.
In both programs, the roles and responsibilities of SCSA will, inter alia, include: implementing the program, communicating it to SMEs, under the agriculture window especially to agri-businesses, -cooperatives or -associations, through pre-defined marketing and public awareness efforts, operationally executing the competitive rounds, receiving MG applications, supporting the due diligence process, preparing documents for MG decisions at ACGF level, supporting the monitoring and overseeing the utilization of the MG for the intended purpose, collecting data, and providing reports to stakeholders or ACGF as required.
For both programs, a MG Department has been created at SCSA which is in charge of the responsibilities outlined above. For this Department, SCSA is looking for an Agriculture Relationship Officer (f/m*) in the Mazār-i-Sharīf office to start as soon as possible. The MG Department will closely work with SCSA Operations Department in all aspects of the MG program activities.
Under the supervision of the MG National Program Manager at SCSA, the Agriculture Relationship Officer (f/m*) will have the following core duties and responsibilities:
Primary Contact point for agri-businesses (Grantees):
Create awareness about the MG Program to a broad range of agri-businesses, -cooperatives or -associations as recipient of the grants (grantees), even in remote and marginalized areas, in order to secure grant applications from an adequate mix of organizations Primary point of contact for grantees for all support and related documentation Liaise with key players in the agricultural value chain, such as agri-businesses, cooperatives, associations, input suppliers, farmers, wholesalers, and other relevant players to increase overall outreach of the MG program Provide transparency on overall processes and application requirements to SMEs interested in participating in the MG Program Understand the eligibility criteria for the MG program that are specified in the MG Operation Manual in detail and ensure that applying businesses will fulfill these criteria to increase the number of grantees Develop an active pipeline of potential recipient of grants, especially in the agricultural value chain, that could generate sufficient applications to fulfill the defined targets Support the Data & M&E Officer at SCSA to build an agri-business database with relevant sectors, value chains and locations for internal references
Internal Support for SCSA and ACGF:
Primary point of contact for the MG Department to coordinate grantee onboarding, including prioritization and requesting documents from clients, when required Participate in MG Department meetings to proactively identify areas to add value and potential roadblocks in the field that need to be addressed Provide active feedback to the MG Department on product needs of customers, competitive practices, and ideas on process / product improvement Working closely with the SCSA Operations Department team, understanding requirements and changes in procedures Coordinate due diligence processes for potential grantees with the MG Business Analysts at SCSA Handle documentation related to grantee on-boarding with the MG Department and keep the client abreast of the status Report to the Guarantee Business Department whenever potential business opportunities for ACGF are identified Promote and create market synergies between MG and guarantee business in view of a long term support of the grantees
Raising Awareness for the MG Program:
Support the development of information materials (e.g. brochures, flyers, web pages) in coordination with the MG Department to increase public awareness about the MG Program, especially among key players in the agricultural value chain Implement and conduct public awareness campaigns on grants for key players in the agricultural value chain Support the MG Marketing & Communications Officer in conducting research and identifying target groups for the MG Program, especially among the agricultural value chain, as well as suitable marketing and communication strategies Support the MG National Program Manager on ways to create and maintain strong links with project partners / beneficiaries / media that are critical in the agricultural value chain Prepare and implement events for the purpose of raising awareness of the MG program among key players in the agricultural value chain as well as to build up and maintain a strong network with them
Please send your application including a 1-page cover letter, CV and three references to https://landtgroup.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=85
Please mention “Application for the position of Agriculture Relationship Officer (f/m*)” in the subject line of your e-mail. Females are encouraged to apply. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
|VACANCY NO:||MCA104-2020||ORGANIZATION:||Mercy Corps|
|TYPE OF JOB:||full time||DURATION:||One year|
|NO OF JOBS:||1||EDUCATION:||Advanced university degree in a relevant subject (e.g. Civil Engineer, structural engineering|
|PROVINCE:||balkh||EXPERIENCE:||At least seven (6) years of relevant work experien|
Position title: QC/QA Senior Manager
About Mercy Corps
Mercy Corps works in places of transition, where conflict, disaster, political upheaval, or economic collapse present opportunities to build a more secure, productive, and just communities. Providing emergency relief in times of crisis, we move quickly to help communities recover and build resilience to future shocks, and promote sustainable change by supporting community-led and market-driven initiatives. Recognizing both the great potential and the complex challenges faced by Afghanistan, since 1986 Mercy Corps has been implementing a range of humanitarian assistance and development programs tailored to the specific needs of the country and of those communities where we work.
Mercy Corps has been working in Afghanistan continuously since 1986 with a large portfolio of programs addressing the promotion of sustainable licit livelihoods, agriculture development, youth vocational training, Renewable Energy and natural resource management; it has helped more than 2.5 million Afghans through these wide-range of community–based agriculture and economic development programs. Mercy Corps is working in Kabul, Kandahar, Helmand, Uruzgan, Herat, Takhar, Badakhshan, Parwan, Baghlan,,Samangan, Balkh and Nangarhar.
Safeguarding & Ethics
Mercy Corps is committed to ensuring that all individuals we come into contact with through our work, whether team members, community members, program participants or others, are treated with respect and dignity. We are committed to the core principles regarding prevention of sexual exploitation and abuse laid out by the UN Secretary General and IASC. We will not tolerate child abuse, sexual exploitation, abuse, or harassment by or of our team members. As part of our commitment to a safe and inclusive work environment, team members are expected to conduct themselves in a professional manner, respect local laws and customs, and to adhere to Mercy Corps Code of Conduct Policies and values at all times. Team members are required to complete mandatory Code of Conduct elearning courses upon hire and on an annual basis
GENERAL POSITION SUMMARY:
The QA/QC Snr. Engineer will be the Mercy Corps-DDF project’s technical senior person, and work under the supervision of Infrastructure Manager and/or program manager. This position is responsible for planning, implementing and monitoring of all quality control and quality assurance activities and develop the policies for the construction projects such as Buildings, road and bridge projects of the Mercy Corps DDF program. He/she will report to the Infrastructure Snr. Manager, work under the overall supervision of the program manager in close collaboration with the provincial design engineers in provincial level and Infrastructure manager in Program level as well. He/she will be the responsible for daily quality control during project implementation, documentation of the quality control process, developing, improving & implementing quality assurance and control and work site safety plans, ESMP plans and fulfilling quality assurance policies. He/she will provide technical inputs in technical specification, environmental and social management plans.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
Ensuring/conducting various type of tests such as geotechnical works and Concrete tests (soil compaction, concrete compressive strength test, soil bearing capacity and other construction material tests during that all the supplied materials, equipment, etc. are in accordance with the approved specifications.
The Quality control engineer is also responsible for monitoring the other component’s works to make sure they comply with technical specification, drawings and standard quality.
The QC engineer provides technical assistance to site engineers and other related staff during the period of the project work.
Ensure construction/rehabilitation of infrastructures projects are according to the engineering standards and local conditions specific climate affecting structural requirements.
Follow the Mercy Corps quality control plan and have provide great innovation ideas for better QA/QC process and comply with national & international construction codes.
Communicate with external quality assurance officers during on-site inspections.
The QA/QC senior engineer is responsible for arranging preparatory meetings of QA/QC process, inspections reports and the documentation issued by inspectors, collects and files the required Quality Records.
Record/documentation of QC related data to ensure a standard QA procedure and address the Donor technical QA/QC comments and requirements.
Onsite quality control during the road pavement or construction and concrete works.
Control the concrete mix design during the production and implementation.
Be able to produce road profile, cross section and calculate the quantity of cut and fill.
Prepare as build drawings using AutoCAD and Civil 3d for infrastructure projects and road for better quality control.
Perform any other related duties as may be directed by senior Infrastructure manager, program manager or program director.
Advanced university degree in a relevant subject (e.g. Civil Engineer, structural engineering, or closely related field.
At least seven (6) years of relevant work experience, including implementation and quality control of Building, irrigation structures, road projects with international NGO, Government of Afghanistan, in a multi-cultural offices environment is required.
Experience in conducting all type of quality control tests on concrete, steel, concrete materials, soil, asphalt etc...
Professional experience in developing and applying quality control and quality assurance plans.
Strong working experience with donor quality assurance and contractor quality control engineering.
Excellent interpersonal communications and coordination skills and proven ability to work constructively with a variety of stake holders to achieve common goals.
Experience in developing clear and concise quality control and quality assurance plans.
Very good computer skills including engineering software & MS Office Package.
Excellent knowledge of English and local languages, both spoken and written skills.
Creative, thorough and analytical and problem-solving abilities.
Demonstrated ability to multi-task and process information into action to not delay program activities.
A clear understanding of QC and QA procedure and policies according national/international standards.
Should have the ability to have frequent travels to all project’s targeted areas.
While sending your CV & Cover letter, please mention the vacancy number and position in the subject line, application received after the closing date and without subject line will not be given consideration. .
Only short listed candidates whose application responds to the above criteria will be contacted for interview. Interested candidates should send their Application to : email@example.com
|TYPE OF JOB:||full time||DURATION:||End of the year with possibility of Extension|
|NO OF JOBS:||1||EDUCATION:||Bachelor degree in civil, water resource engineering or hydraulic.|
|PROVINCE:||kabul||EXPERIENCE:||5 years related experience in water supply.|
Position title: Senior Monitoring Officer
Rural Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene Promotion Department (Ru-WatSIP) is working in the structure of Ministry of Rural Rehabilitation and Development MRRD. The main responsibility of this department is provision of safe potable water and sanitation facilities as a basic need for all over rural inhabitants in the country.
In this programme, many donors such as UNICEF, MOF (Ministry of Finance) and SAARC are providing financial assistance to MRRD/Ru-WATSIP for capacity building and implementation of WASH Projects.
Among the others MoF, is one of the main donors for MRRD provided support for implementation of Water Supply, sanitation and hygiene promotion (WASH) Programme alongside with assistance in capacity building within MRRD and for the sector.
For ensuring the objectives set in the project document are being achieved through the planned activities in provinces, there is need for hiring Senior Monitoring Officer. The incumbent will be employed for rural WASH project in Kabul, is to travel to all the provinces, and will be overseeing the all-WASH projects.
Duties & Responsibilities:
Prepare monthly, quarterly and annual monitoring and evaluation plan for the unit. Produce frequent and submit bi-weekly, monthly and quarterly monitoring and evaluation progress reports with status of results and implementation of improvements Regular mission and monitoring of WASH projects in all provinces and according to the design of projects and based on M & E plan. Ensure that corrective actions have been taken based on the monitoring finding and reports of other employees or field staff. Develop monitoring and impact indicators for the project success and support monitoring and evaluation of the effects and impact of projects. Develop and strengthen monitoring and evaluation procedures and make sure it’s implementation. Ensure the set objectives in the water supply projects documents are being achieved. Through regular monitoring and finding, coordinate with the provincial water supply engineers in taking corrective actions. Ensure that bi-weekly projects’ reports are entered into the MIS/GIS system. Cooperate water supply engineers in all WASH projects implementing and M & E activities, including reservoir construction and network extension, concrete curing, quality works through regular monitoring missions. Cooprate in contract management of the WASH project when required. Cooperate Ru-WatSIP and provincial PRRDs in hand over process of the WASH projects. Coordinate water supply engineers and provincial employees in liaising with local authorities and related stakeholders; PRRDs, CDCs etc., participating in joint monitoring. Ensure implementation of specific arrangement based on project contract and technical documents to avoid poor well development, network extension and water reservoir in creating any chance of water contamination. Cooperate project management in ensuring that the deliverables (water supply infrastructures) satisfy the quality and technical requirements the MRRD/Ru-WatSIP policy, guideline and manuals. Any other duties assigned from Ru-WatSIP management.
Qualifications/ Experience, Skills & Abilities Required:
Bachelor degree in civil, water resource engineering or hydraulic with 5 years related experience in water supply and sanitation activities in rural areas in Afghanistan. Data analysis experience in the related field. Experience with similar activities in the past (M&E) Must be computer literate and familiar with basic computer software including MS Office. Must be able to communicate well in Pashto, Dari and English. Management experience with NGOs and private sector
Senior Monitoring Officer is reporting to Project Manager and the Ru-WatSIP leadership.
Interested applications electronically through firstname.lastname@example.org While submitting your applications please mention the Title of the position plus Vacancy Number in the subject of the e-mail; please do NOT submit any other supporting documentation or educational certificates with your application. If you are short listed you will be asked to submit electronic Afghans with the required qualifications and experience should submit their copies of your educational certificates and if you are invited to written test you will be required to present the original certificates. Applications will not be accepted after the closing date of the position. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted for written test Note: In the interests of open and fair competition and a merit based selection process applicants are advised that lobbying for a position , whether by the applicant or by any person acting on his or her behalf, shall result in the immediate disqualification of the candidate from further consideration. Applicants are strongly advised to inform potential supporters of this restriction which shall be strictly enforced.
Please don’t forget to type the Vacancy Announcement Number (1669/020/HRCSD/Ru-WatSIP/MRRD) in Subject while applying online. Application without vacancy number will not be accepted.
|VACANCY NO:||Ex_60_2020||ORGANIZATION:||CARE AFGHANISTAN|
|TYPE OF JOB:||full time||DURATION:||3 years with possibility of extension|
|NO OF JOBS:||1||EDUCATION:||An advanced university degree in the appropriate field /MBA, Major in HRM.|
|PROVINCE:||kabul||EXPERIENCE:||At least 8-10 years’ proven experiences|
Position title: Human Resources Manager
About CARE AFGHANISTAN
CARE is a non-governmental, non political, non-profit, non-partisan and non-sectarian humanitarian organization, extending its relief and development assistance to those in need.
CARE invites applications from Qualified National Male/Female candidates for its Kabul Main Office based position of HR Manager for its Program Support-HR Department. Those with Internet access can email their completed CARE Standard Job Application forms (CARE application form is attached) along with their update CVs and a letter of interest to email@example.com
SUMMARY OF KEY FUNCTIONS
In a brief paragraph, state the position's overall purpose or objective, highlighting the general functions for which the position is responsible. Why does the position exist and what must it accomplish?
The HR Manager is responsible for the overall management and direction of the Country Office HR policy and procedures in CARE Afghanistan. S/he will ensure Country Office's HR functions are implemented efficiently and cost-effectively by providing adequate support to Head Office and Field /Regional Offices. S/he will be responsible for formulating strategic HR policy directions to achieve the strategic goals of CARE in Afghanistan, ensure implementation of the strategies and handle strategic human resource challenges and thereby create a competitive advantage for the organization.
The incumbent is responsible for overall management and direction for HR services in CARE-Afghanistan ensuring effective leadership and guidance to uphold service delivery standards of HR which are compliant with the existing laws of the land as well as CARE's organizational policies, maintain and communicate CARE’s core values and provide leadership in CO overall HR support services such as workforce planning, recruitment & selection, talent management, staff development, staff wellbeing, staff discipline and grievances, etc. The HR Manager ensures that CARE’s HR support services and ensure these are aligned with CARE’s business plans and fully support the delivery of CARE’s programs.
S/he will also be part of wider network of focal points across CARE for GED and PSEA and ensure there is oversight of CO work plans, including risk assessment, monitoring and reporting. The Human Resources Manager is a member of the CLT.
The position has regular contact with the CD, ACDs, Program Directors, Head of projects/departments/units and Office Managers at the Field Offices. Contact is also maintained with Regional Management Unit and with CARE-USA HR department, Regional Human Resources Business Partner for Asia, HR network members of Asia Region and International NGOs of Afghanistan.
KEY RESULT EXPECTED
Responsibility # 1: Staff management and supervision of the Human Resources Department. (15%of time)
Supervises and engages the team in discussions of organizational business plan and program priorities and resources (budget and other) required achieving set priorities. Works with the team to set annual performance metrics – both individual and team – so that each staff is aware of the results s/he is to deliver and identify resources needed to deliver on the priorities.
With team, identifies specific training needs linked to organizational priorities (e.g. managing for results, orientation & GED); outlines how these can be addressed and monitors the effectiveness of staff development activities. Monitors team implementation of HRM process – in particular recruitment [With ICT] ensures that the HRMIS provides accessible and reliable HR-related information and that the data is being analyzed to inform policy and practice, staff development priorities etc.
Engages individual HR staff and the HR Team in regular performance conversations, and identifies areas where coaching and/or close supervision is required. Identifies opportunities to develop team effectiveness and engages the team in discussions about HR best practice (orientation, recruitment, managing for results, skills development and learning). Ensures the HR team members are fully aware of changes in HR Policy & Procedures and able to clearly explain these to all staff. Solicits feedback from CARE staff (in 1-1 and team conversations and via online surveys) to evaluate HR team performance. Follows-up on any recommendations made by internal and external auditors. Support and guide HR team in carrying out their day-to-day activities in an effective manner.
Responsibility # 2: Smooth operation of human resource management, coordination of performance management system and professional development plans and talent management. (15%of time)
Ensure the preparation and sharing of annual and monthly plans for the HR department and monitor progress/actions against approved budget and plans. Ensure timely performance planning and professional development planning by all staff in the Country Office. Provide professional guidance for performance monitoring, review and feedback to program/department/project/unit heads at CO and Regional/Field Offices. HR team provides opportunities (either internal or outsourced training sessions or workshops) that help mangers and staff to build skills and confidence to engage in performance dialogues. Provides coaching and mentoring for Managers when there is indication that performance appraisals are not being conducted on a regular basis or when complaints suggest performance processes are not implemented in a fair manner. With HR team, and in collaboration with the respective Team Leads, update and standardize all existing job descriptions to reflect a culture of managing for results. Periodically assess and review CARE’s staff development policy and ensure its relevance and continuity. Organize Talent review sessions and ensure regular updating of talent database to ensure best possible talent availability pipeline Oversight on programs for capacity strengthening of female staff to promote women in managerial positions and manage/implement other women-focused programs. Help the SMT secure effective communications throughout the organization on the staff's employment, benefits and welfare related issues.
Responsibility # 3: Ensure timely recruitment, selection, placement and staff orientation. (15%of time)
Oversee an open, impartial and effective system for recruitment process—pilot improvements if appropriate. Ensure timely recruitment, selection and placement of staff for vacant positions under these units and for newly created positions ensuring a minimum gap between vacancy and replacement. Oversee the entire onboarding and off boarding process to uphold CARE’s stature as a preferred employer brand which consists of timely staff orientation for all new recruits in order to provide them with basic organizational information and primary acquaintance with organizational policy, procedures, and culture. Ensure the standardization of all job descriptions, the grading process, recruitment reporting, and of the Job Evaluation process. Ensure staff MIS are properly maintained such as leave, medical/maternity benefits, retrenchment, confirmation, transfer, etc and ensure an efficient and secure management of all HR department records and personal files. Build relationships and maintain professional and constructive contact with programs/ projects/departments/units and Regional/ Field offices, and keep them informed on staff issues. Ensure timely submission of any local or international report submissions as and when required.
Responsibility # 4: Salary & Benefits Management, Staff Discipline, Transition and employee welfare and wellbeing. (15%of time)
Provide a sound program of salary and benefits administration for the Country Office. Advise the SMT in maintaining a compensation policy able to attract and retain talent for the organization at different levels. Arrange to conduct periodical salary survey in the local employment market that includes other similar organizations in order to remain competitive and be an employer of choice. Provide accurate monthly pay roll information, annual increment and other salary change related information to the Finance Department. Ensure that pay levels are proportionate with market rates and recommend adjustments as appropriate. Ensure good employee morale and professional relations as far as practicable. Lead in all legal matters, staff discipline, staff grievances and handling investigations with confidentiality and initiate appropriate actions. Provide professional guidance in all cases of staff transition including staff separations. Supervises the work of the HR Officer managing Staff Life/Accident insurance coverage. In collaboration with other involved parties, address staff grievances, ensuring the staff person gets a fair hearing. Engages in periodic reviews of the external employment market to compare CARE salaries and benefits with those of sister NGOs and discuss findings with supervisor. Collaborates with CARMU to ensure measures are in place, so that CARE office premises (Kabul and provincial/district) and women and men staff are safe and secure; raise any concerns voiced by staff with CARMU. Makes counselling available (face-to-face or remotely in response to a particular critical event to address stress management and/or trauma.
Responsibility # 5: Handle strategic HR issues, HR policy development and enforcement. (20%of time)
Assist and advise the Country Director on all matters of HR strategic issues and to align CARE’s HR policies in order to achieve the strategic goals of the Country Office. Formulate strategic HR policy direction for the Country Office; share those with the SMT and Region for feedback and approval prior to implementation. Formulate human resource strategic policies and actions required to produce proper employee behavior on the job, and develop measures to evaluate, at least bi-annually, the Human Resource Department’s performance. Stays up to date with and advises senior management on any changes in the Afghanistan Constitution and Afghanistan National Labor Laws that could impact CARE’s HR practice. With HR Team, monitors the implementation of mission HR Policies/Procedures and responds to any instances where policies are not being implemented as expected; in particular, identifies and addresses conflict of interest issues. Lead in developing HR policies and procedures to cope with the changing conditions in the employment market. Conduct periodic climate surveys on internal human resource practices and roll out collective change initiatives according to the findings from these.
Responsibility # 6: Handling Legal matters, Financial management and other general responsibilities. (10%of time)
Handle the legal matters of the Country Office including court cases in cooperation with the lawyers on retainer and keep the Country Director updated on all important issues. Handle all legal notices issued on CARE, organize timely response to those by obtaining information/support from respective projects/units /point persons; share with the CO lawyer, and follow up to ensure timely responses are given to all such legal instruments and proper actions taken. Remain updated on changes in the employment laws of the country, share new legislations with CD and SMT and ensure compliance with the latest country laws. Remain updated on GOB policy changes on issues affecting CARE and NGOs, and arrange prompt adjustments in policies and procedures to ensure the CO’s compliance with national law Provide legal issue related information and updates to CARE-USA as and when required.
As a member of the SMT to contribute to CO visioning, program strategy development, and wider policy requirements.
Responsibility # 7: Champions Gender Equality and Diversity. (10%of time)
CARE’s staff profile is reflective of the communities that CARE serves; and women have voice and agency in the workplace.
Takes specific actions so that HRM processes support the recruitment and retention of women in the workplace. Assigns HR staff to work with the Program Gender Advisor to deliver on organizational priorities identified in the annual gender plan.
This position reports to the Country Director, and works closely with the Assistant Country Directors, Program Directors, Head of Projects/Departments/Units and Regional HR Network.
COMPETENCE, SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE
At least 8-10 years’ proven experiences with any large organization/company/NGO. An advanced university degree in the appropriate field /MBA, Major in HRM. Fluency in spoken and written English, Pashtu and Dari is a requirement. Demonstrated knowledge of the employment market and labor laws in Afghanistan. Wide experience and passion regarding human resources management and development as well as GED, PSEA areas. Responsive to gender equality, diversity and client-based management system Demonstrated ability to organize large numbers of HR information.
Demonstrated ability in facilitation and interpersonal communication. Customer satisfaction Team Building Leading with vision & values Building purposeful relationship across units and beyond Strategic decision making Networking & collaboration Supports learning /facilitating change Developing Teams and contributing to team success.
There are three levels of problem-solving:
1) What has to be done and how to do it are clearly defined, and the incumbent will face identical or similar problems on a regular basis.
2) What has to be done is known, but how to do it is not defined. The incumbent must use interpolative skills to pick and choose the right strategy to address a given problem.
3) Why things are done is known, but what has to be done and how to do it are not defined. Situations are variable and the incumbent’s response will involve analysis, problem definition, development of alternatives, and making recommendations. He or she will face and address problems that are typically non-recurring.
Please indicate which of the above levels of problem-solving this position will face, and why the position falls into that category.
The position falls into Level 2 where the incumbent must extensively use interpolative skills to choose the right strategy to address complex issues, including unforeseen employee dissatisfactions, uncertain security environment prevailing in the country and complex legal environment. Though operational guideline is found in the HR Manual, there may be situations where clear guidance is not given and the incumbent has to address the problem through own analysis and judgment.
The position has authority to recommend changes in all policies and procedures in the HR Manual, including issues of staff compensation and benefits. Directly supervises the HR Supervisor/s.
Interested candidates should submit their completed CARE standard job application forms (CARE application form is attached) along with the updated resumes and letters of interest to CARE HRD department in its Kabul Main-Office no later than December 01, 2020, candidates who have access to the Internet can send their applications to firstname.lastname@example.org mentioning the exact job title and vacancy number in the subject line.
You are requested to send your application form along with the updated resume and letters of interest in Word or PDF file. Please do not email us heavy sized files such as your certificates, recommendation letters and etc. THOSE WHO DO NOT FULFILL THE APPLYING REQUIREMENTS WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED FOR SHORTLIST. Only short listed candidates will be contacted with, and called for the interview. The interview dates, time and place will be determined and communicated with the short listed candidates sooner after the deadline of vacancy announcement.
APPLYING WITHOUT CARE STANDARD JOB APPLICATION FORM OR NOT FILLING THE APPLICATION FORM PROPERLY WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED FOR SHORT-LISTING,
PEOPLE WITH PHYSICAL DISABILITIES ARE HIGHLY ENCOURAGED TO APPLY.
CARE STANDARD JOB APPLICATION FORM IS AVAILABLE ON http://www.acbar.org/applicationform.
CARE IS COMMITTED TO CHILD PROTECTION POLICY
CHILD PROTECTION POLICY LINK: http://bit.ly/CAREAFG_Child_Protection_Policy
|TYPE OF JOB:||full time||DURATION:||6 Months|
|NO OF JOBS:||1||EDUCATION:||Bachelors|
|PROVINCE:||nimrooz||EXPERIENCE:||1 year of working experience of screening|
Position title: Protection Screener
Under the direct supervision of the Protection Assistant in Kabul and overall supervision of the Protection Officer and Head of Sub-Office, the Protection Monitoring and Case Management Worker will be responsible for:
In close coordination with DoRR, He/She will be responsible for the process of identification, protection screening and referral of the most vulnerable cases and ensure that there will be no vulnerable and protection cases missed from the humanitarian assistance.
Keeps regular contact with DoRR and with Protection staff in Herat/Nimroz and Kabul for coordination of any issues related to return.
Assist in capacity building of DoRR on protection mainstreaming and the identification, protection screening and making referral of protection cases.
Maintain an up to date and in-depth understanding of community dynamics and displacement/migration trends in the communities monitored including of the surrounding host community.
During protection monitoring activities, identify protection needs/risks affecting individuals, households and groups, and conduct internal and external referrals to appropriate service providers according to needs, including cash for protection.
Planning and reporting:
Lead scheduling of, and participation in, monitoring missions, in collaboration with the Protection Assistant and Protection Officer
Contribute to drafting and updating of regular protection reports including utilizing digital data collection systems.
Provide weekly and monthly data and completion of protection screening and referrals and reports, including case studies and other reports
Coordination and representation:
Represent IOM in protection coordination meetings, including the Protection Cluster, GBV Sub-Cluster, Child Protection in Emergencies Sub-Cluster, PSN Network, Child Protection Action Network and other provincial or regional meetings
Identify potential partnership to support the protection focal points in implement protection strategies and programs like psychosocial support, peer support, alternatives to institutional care for separated children.
Liaise with other agencies/NGOs/government bodies and UN agencies to ensure coordination, implementation of common standards in the field and consideration of protection issues in assistance program.
In coordination with other relevant actors, advocate for humanitarian access and advocate with government to assist any urgent protection needs
Responsible to provide information about the Awaaz Afghanistan-UN call center services as accountability feedback mechanism to undocumented returnees
The incumbent is expected to demonstrate the following values and competencies:
Inclusion and respect for diversity: respects and promotes individual and cultural differences; encourages diversity and inclusion wherever possible.
Integrity and transparency: maintain high ethical standards and acts in a manner consistent with organizational principles/rules and standards of conduct.
Professionalism: demonstrates ability to work in a composed, competent and committed manner and exercises careful judgment in meeting day-to-day challenges.
Core Competencies – behavioral indicators level 1
Teamwork: develops and promotes effective collaboration within and across units to achieve shared goals and optimize results.
Delivering results: produces and delivers quality results in a service-oriented and timely manner; is action oriented and committed to achieving agreed outcomes.
Managing and sharing knowledge: continuously seeks to learn, share knowledge and innovate.
Accountability: takes ownership for achieving the Organization’s priorities and assumes responsibility for own action and delegated work.
Communication: encourages and contributes to clear and open communication; explains complex matters in an informative, inspiring and motivational way
Internals of the Organization and NMS candidates, as well as external female candidates, will be considered as first-tier candidates. This vacancy is also open to second-tier candidates.
Since the duty station is Nimroz province- The incumbents should be from and/or currently living in the province.
The appointment is subject to funding confirmation.
Appointment will be subject to certification that the candidate is medically fit for appointment, accreditation, any residency or visa requirements, and security clearances.
Basic information on the migration issues within Afghanistan and the reasons why people migrate.
Basic Knowledge of what IOM is doing in Afghanistan for migration and specifically for the undocumented Afghan returnees.
Sufficient Knowledge on child protection and Gender Based Violence (GBV)
Knowledge of using data collection through KOBO
Completion of the High School University Degree is preferable with 1 year of working experience of screening, identification.
Fluency in English, Pashto and Dari
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|VACANCY NO:||DROPS0016/2020||ORGANIZATION:||Organization for Policy Research and Development Studies|
|TYPE OF JOB:||full time||DURATION:|
|NO OF JOBS:||1||EDUCATION:||Master’s Degree in humanities, preferably in Political Science, Peace and Conflict Resolution or IR|
|PROVINCE:||kabul||EXPERIENCE:||Proven expertise and experience of at least 7 year|
Position title: Researcher
About Organization for Policy Research and Development Studies
The Organization for Policy Research and Development Studies (DROPS) is an organization based in Afghanistan that is committed to strengthening democratic ideas and values by conducting research that provide policymakers with sound alternative solutions to national issues.
Researcher is responsible for preparing research design, conducting policy-oriented research, critical analysis and advocacy campaigns to advance policy recommendations to the policy community in Kabul, Afghanistan.
Detailed Job Description, Roles and Responsibilities:
Prepare research design, conducts research and analysis, writes research reports and policy briefs, and prepares reports on research activities and projects on the thematic areas of the organization.
Develops advocacy campaigns around key research findings and policy recommendations with the aim of impacting policy discourse, strategies and policy decision-making.
Prepares website content on research activities such as the research itself, roundtables held on a research study, presentation of research findings in webinars and conferences.
Closely coordinates with other civil society actors and research community in Afghanistan for the purpose of conducting researches, collaborating in research projects, and advocating for research findings and recommendations (in needed, beyond Afghanistan)
Understands different policy contexts/institutions and uses multiple methods to acquire, interpret, contextualize, and disseminate information and data to policy makers.
Presents research findings to governmental, non-governmental, and research organizations.
Provides supports and knowledge on all efforts to the relevant department in preparing for internal and external events in order to disseminate information and research findings.
Will help organize, moderate and lead roundtables and discussion forums with policymakers on an array of topics that are directly related to current national political, economic and security issues.
Proven expertise and experience of at least 7 years or work in research and policy analysis;
Have an in-depth understanding of research methodology and a professional sets of skills in statistical analysis, writing, and editing in English and one of the national languages. Candidates with experience in statistical software are strongly preferred.
Experience in writing and producing policy briefs, studies, and notes;
Applicants with existing research experience and academic background in areas related to International Peace-Building Approaches, State-Building/Nation-Building and Gender-Studies are highly preferred;
Applicants who have research publications are strongly preferred.
A Master’s Degree in humanities, preferably in Political Science, Peace and Conflict Resolution, Conflict Management or International Relations.
Proven leadership experience of at least 5 years in a professional and/or scientific environment;
Excellent writing and communication skills in English, Dari and Pashto is a necessary requirement.
Excellent problem-solving and strategic thinking skills and capabilities.
Innovative and critical thinking is regarded as an advantage.
Interested and qualified national candidates are requested to send their application/CVs and apply via e-mail to email@example.com Please ensure to write the number of vacancy and position you are applying for, in the subject line of your E-mail Add. Incomplete applications or applications received after the closing date will not be given consideration. Candidates who are meeting the above criteria will be shortlisted.
|VACANCY NO:||CHP/BMN/BPHS/008||ORGANIZATION:||AKHS-A (Aga Khan Health Service-Afghanistan)|
|TYPE OF JOB:||full time||DURATION:||1 year with possibility of extension|
|NO OF JOBS:||1||EDUCATION:||MD/ equivalent medical degree/ Bachelor of Public Health or statistics|
|PROVINCE:||bamian||EXPERIENCE:||At least 2 years full time experience with health|
Position title: Senior M&E/HMIS Officer (Re announced)
About AKHS-A (Aga Khan Health Service-Afghanistan)
Aga Khan Health Service, Afghanistan (AKHS,A), an agency of the Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN), is a long-term partner of the ‘Ministry of Public Health, Islamic Republic of Afghanistan’ for the implementation of “Basic Package of Health Services” in three provinces (Baghlan, Bamyan and Badakhshan), and implementation of Essential Package of Hospital Service (EPHS) in Badakhshan and Bamyan province. AKHS-A is implementing three Community Midwifery Education Program Schools each in Bamyan, Badakhshan and Baghlan.
Prepare monthly internal reports of health facilities based on head quarter requirements.
Attend HMIS and M&E related meetings with MoPH and other stakeholders.
Compile and submit all HMIS and M&E related reports by the support of HMIS/M&E team.
Ensure proper monitoring visits from program areas through a standard tracking sheet.
Provide technical support to NPOs, National Managers and field HMIS and M&E staff.
Provide Management support as requested by National Grants and HIS Manager and CEO.
Prepare HMIS and M&E information documents and program briefs.
Participate in AKHS annual budget exercise at national and regional level.
Set-up effective data-based health management information system (HMIS) for AKHS-A programs
Coordinate the collection of data through the work of HMIS data assistant, compile and consolidate HMIS data from the field to the national level.
Analyse HMIS data together with HMIS data assistant, prepare the monthly and quarterly consolidated reports and present the report to the Senior Management Team at the national level.
Plan, organize and manage teams to conduct surveys such as Base-line and End-line surveys, document and disseminate to the wider audience. This will also involve recruitment and training of the survey team, tools development and piloting, database establishment, data analysis and reporting.
Prepare information as requested by National Grant and HIS Manager or the CEO to meet requirements of AKHS-A headquarters and AKDN in the country.
Advise CEO and Managers on the quality of information received and used for reports.
Liaise with national program officers and regional program managers to track activity status against annual work plans for all projects on a monthly/quarterly basis to ensure timely implementation.
Track project progress in terms of outputs against targets on a quarterly and annual basis and prepare progress reports and action plans based on findings.
Review project-based monitoring check lists and develop action plans based on findings. Oversee implementation of action plans to bridge gaps.
Contribute to M&E plans, including log frames for project proposals.
Contribute to and review technical reports as required.
Conduct monitoring field visits to ensure the collection of information in the planned manner and provide on the job training and technical support to the field staff.
Implement standard MoPH monitoring tools and write monitoring reports.
Give advice and support to the field staff in HMIS related activities and assignments.
Manage the work and training of the HMIS and M&E.
Any other task assigned by the line Manager.
MD/ equivalent medical degree/ Bachelor of Public Health or statistics
At least 2 years full time experience with health sector including one year full time work experience in HMIS position or statistical analysis.
Experience in M&E, data management and HMIS national database. Having excellent Computer Skills and MS Office knowledge, particularly MS Access.
Fluency in English and Local Language(s)
Good communication skills and ability to work in a team.
Qualified applicants who are exactly suitable with above criteria are requested to send their Applications + CVs and clearly mention the job title and vacancy number in the subject line: Senior M&E/HMIS Officer (CHP/BMN/BPHS/008) otherwise their application will not be considered.
Aga Khan Health Service, Afghanistan strives to promote diversity as well as provide an equal employment opportunity to each candidate, regardless of age, color, disability, ethnicity, gender, language, marital status, origin, political affiliation, religion, sex, or social status'.
Aga khan Health Service- Afghanistan is an equal opportunities employer. Female are encouraged to apply
|VACANCY NO:||MCA103-2020||ORGANIZATION:||Mercy Corps|
|TYPE OF JOB:||full time||DURATION:||One year|
|NO OF JOBS:||4||EDUCATION:||Bachelor degree in Civil Engineering, knowledge of survey engineering is an advantage|
|PROVINCE:||balkh, samangan||EXPERIENCE:||Minimum 3-year experience supervising construction|