BRAC is a nongovernmental development organization originated in Bangladesh and currently working in 10 countries in Asia and Africa. BRAC began its operation in Afghanistan in 2002, has been implementing its specialized programs in education, health, youth development, ultra-poor, national solidarity and safety net, as well as capacity development in the country
To prepare a plan for materials and provide all needed materials of project on time, following up of printing materials in print press and communication with procurement department
EMIS Officer is responsible to ensure the quality and updated data of the project is available in the MIS system as per the project's outputs and indicators and to prepare MIS reports for stakeholders as well as analysis reports for the management team for their decision making.
The Disability Specialist is responsible to determines eligibility for disability services and coordinates access to accommodations and services for students with disabilities. Reviews medical, psychological and technical evaluations of students’ abilities, disabilities, and requests for reasonable accommodations. Develops plans to support access to courses, programs, facilities, services, and activities on campus. Advocates to increase the understanding and support of the campus community.
The Partner NGOs Support Manager is responsible to Plan, develop, and administer BRAC Afghanistan implemented education programme by Afghan local NGOs in Afghanistan.
The Procurement Assistant is responsible for procuring the materials for departments and accompanying the procurement officer and quotation collection, prepare comparative statement, purchase order and ensure materials receive as per specifications.
Quality Assurance Manager is responsible to provide technical support and guidance on development and implementation of project activities, interventions and materials for the project in alignment with the national standard as well as make sure to attain the competencies by standard and comprehensive tools according to grades. The position holder will also oversee the implementation of quality of project activities, build capacity of the relevant project staff so that they can effectively con...
Regional Hub Manager is responsible to set up AGE project activities and implement all the activities for targeted beneficiaries, community mobilization, teaching and managerial skill development for CBE and PPS school teachers, and support students to receive primary level of education to achieve and perform the project targets as well as ensuring the quality.
Project Manager is responsible to set up the Afghan Girls’ Education (AGE) Project and to oversee the project activities, read out all the documents of the project and have a comprehensive understanding of the terms and conditions, and the particular roles and responsibilities of the partner/stakeholders. He has to lead and manage a project of 12 million Can$ to ensure primary level of education in Afghanistan by establishing Community Based and Pre-Primary Schools for targeted beneficiaries,...