Field Surveyor

  FLAG International
  Afghanistan Unspecified 500
Date Posted:Jul 18, 2010
Closing Date:Jul 24, 2010
Work Type:Unspecified
Number of Vacancies:2
Functional Area:General
Salary Range:As per NTA salary scale policy
Years of Experience:2 Years
Contract Duration:Not specified
Possibility of Contract Extension:Yes
Contract Type:Short Term
Probation Period:Unspecified
Required Languages:

About FLAG International:


FLAG International Afghanistan (FIA) is an AISA registered non-governmental organization based in Kabul. FIA provides entrepreneurs, businesses and community groups with business planning, financial instruction and career training opportunities in order to maximize their economic, social and entrepreneurial potential. FIA is also a facilitating partner under the National Solidarity Program, which provides capacity building, infrastructure improvements and technical expertise to communities throughout Afghanistan. In addition, FIA is engaged in agricultural extension training in conjunction with the Ministry of Agriculture, Information and Livestock, engaging with farming communities on new agricultural methods, tools and techniques.

Job Summary:

Field Surveyor

Duties & Responsibilities:

Conducting a technical assessment and initial community assessment of micro-hydro plants in Asadabad and Nanagalam communities of Kunar province;
Responsible for ensuring that assessment data is accurate, properly recorded and submitted to FIA HQ in Kabul in a timely manner;
Responsible for reporting to the CD/LG Director on field activities, progress made, problems experienced and actions taken to address those problems;
Responsible for ensuring that the data is accurately observed and recorded and that the information is accurately and properly recorded;
Responsible for ensuring that project specific drawings and/or photographs are undertaken and provided as required by the CD/LG (NSP Director);
Responsible for providing quality deliverables in the agreed upon format, as outlined by the CD/LG (NSP) Director;
To maintain FIA’s quality standards and best practices expectations while undertaking the assessments;
Responsible for performing administrative functions (data entry, printing, communication, etc.) as directed by the CD/LG (NSP) Director;
Any and all related tasks, as outlined by the CD/LG (NSP) Director, CD/LG Program Officer, Deputy Country Director and/or Country Director;

Job Requirement:

High school graduate Able to read and write; Good report-writing skills; Previous experience with community mobilization or assessment, or micro-hydro plant implementation or assessments

Job Location:

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