|Date Posted:||Aug 29, 2018|
|Closing Date:||Sep 19, 2018|
|Work Type:||Full Time|
|Number of Vacancies:||1|
|Salary Range:||Salary is negotiableNone|
|Years of Experience:||10 Years|
|Contract Duration:||Open Ended|
|Probation Period:||3 months|
About GreenTech Dunia Consulting:
GreenTech Dunia (GTD) is a registered project management Consulting Company (MoCI license No.: D- 78011) established in 2015. We stand for environmental sustainability and innovation embedded in a global mindset. GTD’s team consists of experienced experts from various professional fields, who have successfully completed projects in Afghanistan, Germany, Pakistan, UAE, and Iran. GTD's team is committed to delivering value-based and innovative solutions to its clients by applying a management approach that considers not only the science but also the art of project management. GTD pursues a team-work approach by closely cooperating with all involved stakeholders throughout the entire lifecycle of a project. GTD maintains an expert database with up to 3,000 national and 500 international experts. GTD has local and international cooperation partners in various sectors; thus sustaining the global mindset of the company. GTD's goal is to contribute to the improvement of people's living standards through the employment of a holistic approach. This approach takes into account social and economic factors alike; consequently allows us to develop appropriate technologies for the sustainable development of emerging economies. GTD is developing and managing projects in the field of renewable energy, water, agriculture, and environment. GTD’s commitment to the cause is further strengthened by the fact that it dedicates 5 % of its annual profit to other research and development projects in Afghanistan.
Monitoring and evaluation (M&E) is an important aspect of implementation to ensure that benefits under the project are as intended and that they are shared by affiliated farmers and others in the participating provinces, particularly by the poor. To achieve this, baseline studies need to be undertaken during the subproject design phase to identify the current socio-economic conditions of the ABE and their affiliated farmers to assess the impact after subproject completion. Financial performance monitoring will be an integral part of the subproject monitoring for ABEs to confirm the benefits achieved from the investments. To ensure that representative information is collected, and that the full extent of variation is captured within the affiliated farmer population in the baseline surveys, it is important to have experienced monitoring specialists to assist in survey design and to provide the principles for analyzing the results. In addition, the specialist will be responsible for establishing performance monitoring of the implementation of subprojects to facilitate reporting to the government and ADB.
Requires travel to provinces:
Duties & Responsibilities:
(i) Review the monitoring and evaluation recommendations in the transactional technical assistance design report and those of relevant horticulture development projects being implemented by MAIL;
(ii) Together with the PMU staff and the ISC Team Leader, determine the optimum type of monitoring program for project implementation, safeguards, and benefits including intended impacts from subprojects;
(iii) Together with PMU staff, and with reference to the DMF, design a monitoring system, and develop the project M&E manual based on measurable inputs, outputs, and outcomes;
(iv) Together with PMU staff, train PIU staff on their duties and responsibilities under the project monitoring system;
(v) Assist in recruiting an agency or institution to undertake benefit monitoring;
(vi) Guide the benefit monitoring agency in undertaking baseline surveys, developing
monitoring parameters, and scheduling monitoring activities;
(vii) Prepare standard formats for Quarterly and Annual Progress Reports, as well as
draft format for Project Completion Report ensuring that monitoring criteria identified
to measure project performance are collected at subproject start-up; and
(viii) Periodically review monitoring activities during project implementation and report anydeficiencies, problems, issues, or shortcomings to the PMU.
Job Location:Afghanistan, Bamian, Gardez, Ghazni, Kabul, Khost, Kunar, Laghman, Nangarhar, Paktia, Paktika, Wardak
The specialists will have minimum bachelor’s degree in rural development, business administration, project management or a related field.
Have at least 10 years of experience as M&E specialists or related area.
S/he will be responsible to the ISC Team Leader and be based in the PMU in Kabul with frequent travel to the target provinces as security permits.