|Date Posted:||Oct 29, 2018|
|Closing Date:||Nov 27, 2018|
|Work Type:||Full Time|
|Number of Vacancies:||1|
|Salary Range:||Salary is negotiableNone|
|Years of Experience:||3 Years|
|Probation Period:||3 months|
About Agricultural Development Fund:
The Agricultural Development Fund (ADF) will act as a second-tier wholesale lending institution that will lend to intermediaries in the agricultural value chain, who will then on-lend to small commercial farmers, defined as farmers with 1-30 hectares. ADF is capitalized by a $100 million grant provided by the United States Government to the Government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan with the objective of increasing lending to the agriculture sector in order to create a more competitive agriculture sector through expanded agricultural production and increased incomes for agricultural households. ADF will lend directly and indirectly to banks, non-bank financial institutions, credit unions, microfinance institutions and non-financial intermediaries such as private farmer associations, farm stores, agricultural depots, food processors, agribusinesses and other market participants and informal providers of finance that support the development of agricultural value chains in Afghanistan and are able to enhance the supply of agricultural credit to the end-borrowers at the farm level. Until its transition to the Government of Afghanistan in 2014, the ADF is managed by the Agriculture Credit Enhancement (ACE) program a USAID contract.
Provinces to travel:
Duties & Responsibilities:
Liaising with the Project Risk Manager (PRM) and the APPF Commander/NCO with any matters or issues regarding the APPF guards stationed at the Guest House and the Office.
Assisting the PRM with any translation to the APPF commander, when necessary.
Ensuring the guard roster is consolidated and correct.
Keeping records of APPF absentees or sickness and reporting on this to the PRM via the APPF Commander.
Monitoring and ensuring that the APPF monthly training records are kept up to date; forwarding these records to the PRM at the end of each month for filing.
Monitoring and ensuring that the APPF inventory records are kept up to date; forwarding these records to the PRM at the end of each month for filing.
Keeping accountability and an up to date record of all APPF weapons/ammunition both in the Guest House and the Office; forwarding these records to the PRM at the end of each month for filing.
Guiding and assisting the APPF with their daily training schedules, instructing and translating when necessary.
Other duties to include assisting the PRM and RRM when necessary with matters that involve the day to day security operations of the project.
Job Location:Afghanistan, Kabul
Experience working with the APPF and familiarity with the Security subcontractor
Attention to detail – ability to keep precise records
Experience leading a team or instructing others
Fluency in Pashto and Dari, English skills as necessary for translating and record keeping