|Date Posted:||Jul 18, 2021|
|Closing Date:||Jul 31, 2021|
|Work Type:||Full Time|
|Number of Vacancies:||2|
|Salary Range:||As per company salary scaleAF|
|Years of Experience:||Fresh|
|Contract Duration:||4 month(s)|
|Possibility of Contract Extension:||No|
Agriculture is the foundational basis of Afghan society. Approximately 80% of the population is engaged in agriculture directly or in secondary or tertiary activities. While some of Afghanistan’s former agricultural infrastructure have been restored, considerably more, remains to be done. Lack of agriculture technology, infrastructure, and difficulty in accessing markets by farmers still remain as challenges in the sector. This is in spite of the enormous potential of agriculture as the sector that can drive economic growth. These challenges and dependence of rural households on low-value crops on scarce arable land and their vulnerability to increasingly severe droughts and floods due to climate change adversely contribute to viability of opium poppy cultivation as an easily marketable and drought-resistant option. Having said this, it also presents an opportunity as farmers, producers, and processors and traders are demanding increased support from the government, realizing the potential of agriculture as a viable economic option if provided with the requisite technologies and infrastructure. The Community Based Agriculture and Rural Development (CBARD) project funded by the US Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement (INL) aims at supporting improved household income reducing dependency on illicit cultivation / production in 163 selected communities in Nangarhar, Farah and Badghis provinces. The project objective is to prove the viability of high-value agricultural-based interventions in improving local economies of Nangarhar, Badghis and Farah as a sustainable alternative to illicit crop cultivation. The project has two outputs; (i) local production of, and market for, high-value crops improved; (ii) community-based agro-business infrastructure are built, developed, and/or strengthened; (iii) potential national and international markets for CBARD products. The project will be implemented by MAIL.
The interns will be working under the direct supervision of the Procurement and Contract Management units.
Duties & Responsibilities:
· Responsible for the documentation in the office
· Assisting the head of section in preparing all bidding documents like FRQs, NCB with the collaboration of the technical Unit for the Procurement of Goods and works
· Managing files
· Assisting the head of section in preparation of pre-award notice
· Assisting the head of section in preparation of Purchase orders for purchasing of Goods
· Assisting the head of section in preparation of Contracts for small services
· Processing Payments documents and helping head of section
· Assisting procurement staff in procurement activities
· Reporting to the head of section in regards to procurement tasks per weekly Base
· Participating in meeting with Procurement staff
· Assisting of the head of section with making procurement Plan
· Submitting all completed documents to archive
· Coordination with other Units to ensure procurement activities are completely effectiveness
· Learn and implement effective professional attitudes and behaviors, engage in a professional workplace expectation including, but not limited to, organizational culture, time management, appropriate dress, and professional relationship boundaries.
Perform any other tasks assigned by the section head
Bachelor degree or university student. Preference will be given to females’ graduates.
Experience not required
Job Location:Afghanistan, Kabul
Candidates who meet the qualifications above can send their CVs.
Please clearly mention the vacancy number in the subject line of your email.
CBARD/MAIL is committed to Provide opportunity to fresh graduates to build their capacity.
Qualified female candidates are highly encouraged to apply.
All Applications should be received in English.