Female Enumerator

Bachelor's Degree   Multi City Full Time 1150
Date Posted:Aug 8, 2018
Reference:001
Closing Date:Aug 13, 2018
Work Type:Full Time
Number of Vacancies:2
Gender:Female
Functional Area:Management
Nationality:Any
Salary Range:Salary is negotiable
Years of Experience:2 Years
Contract Duration:Open Ended
Extension Possibility:Yes
Contract Type:Long-term
Probation Period:Unspecified
Required Languages:

About MSI-ARTF:

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Job Summary:

As part of the ARTF year III monitoring program, the World Bank has tasked Management Systems International (MSI) with collecting environmental, social safeguard and gender field data for various sub-projects. While performing this task, field engineers typically identify data sources such as beneficiaries, Community Development Council (CDCs) and ministry representatives to ask a pre-selected set of questions.

Questions pertaining to the local environment and local community beneficiaries (male) are aimed at understanding if/how World Bank Environmental and Social Safeguard (ESS) guidelines have been followed during both the planning and implementation phases of sub-projects.

While the male engineers may collect the data from male community members, female perspectives are missed in this approach due to cultural issues, and it has been difficult for the male engineers to speak with female members of the community, in order to understand their perspectives on female participation in project planning and execution.

The female enumerators will fill this gap by collecting gender-segregated data in all over 34 provinces. They are going to coduct focus group discussions and key informant interview with female members of the Community Development Concil (CDC) and community members regarding female participation in election process, CDCs meeting, Community Development Plan (CDP), sub-committees and social exercises.

Skills Required:

Not available

Requires travel to provinces:

No

Skills Description:

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Duties & Responsibilities:


Collect ESS and gender-segregated data in the specified template (checklist) provided by MSI

Conduct focus group discussions, as needed, to get women’s perspectives on sub-project planning and execution

Collect environmental and social safeguards and gender data, and whether they have been followed according to sub-project contract requirements

Conduct key information interviews with CDCs, school principals, School Management Shura (SMS), Irrigation Association (IAs) and Mirabs as needed

Visit Provincial Management Units (PMUs), Provincial Education Departments (PEDs) and regional offices to collect and/or verify sub-project specific data

Provide input for data collection checklist

Participate in coordination and/or review meetings with the World Bank and the ministries as needed

Participate in training programs organized by MSI, the World Bank, and ministries, as needed

Prepare a detailed report of each site visit according to MSI standards and transfer the report to field engineer, Citizens’ Charter Afghanistan Project (CCAP) Knowledge Manager and Compliance Department.

Comply with MSI security procedures to facilitate tracking during site visits, including making the required GPS notifications and reporting changes in security conditions

Comply with MSI project expense submission and reimbursement procedure

Perform all other duties as assigned by MSI senior management

Job Location:

Afghanistan, Badakhshan, Takhar

Qualifications:

Required Skills & Experience:

Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) or Baccalaureate.

Minimum two (2) years’ work experience in a related field.

Familiarity with use of a smart phone.

Documented proficiency in fair English, Excellent Pashto and Dari.

Candidate must write her exact current/permanent address (City/Village, District and Province) on CVs
Success Factors:

Candidates should possess enthusiasm towards her assigned tasks, have good human relationship skills, honesty, and the ability to work under pressure to accomplish work tasks within assigned time periods

Job Keywords:

Female Enumerator
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