Sr. Project Advisor (Industries)

  INL/CSSP
Bachelor's Degree   Afghanistan, Kabul Full Time 1335
Date Posted:Apr 25, 2017
Reference:2275-5
Closing Date:May 2, 2017
Work Type:Full Time
Number of Vacancies:1
Gender:Any
Functional Area:Adviser
Nationality:Afghan
Salary Range:Salary is negotiable
Years of Experience:3 Years
Contract Duration:Not specified
Extension Possibility:No
Contract Type:Contractor
Probation Period:3 months
Required Languages:96,90,66

About INL/CSSP:

Founded:

PAE is responsible for the INL/Corrections System Support Program (INL/CSSP) that is funded by the US Department of State and is a non-for-profit organization. INL/CSSP is helping Afghanistan improve its Corrections system by providing technical assistance, advice and training to Afghanistan Corrections system professionals.

Job Summary:

The Senior Project Advisor (Prison Programs and Industries) is responsible for the overall management, control, coordination and execution of the CSSP Capacity Building Prison Programs and Industries Team, and reports directly to the CSSP Senior Advisor-LN Manager.
This position supervises the work and coordinates the activities of the Afghan Project Advisors and their subordinates engaged in assisting the General Directorate of Prisons and Detention Centers (GDPDC) staff create sustainable prison programs including but not limited to, educational, vocational, recreational, and rehabilitative programs as well as viable prison industries resulting in sustainable knowledge transfer. Organizes work, sets priorities and determines resource requirements; determines short-term/long-term goals; coordinates with other organizations or parts of the organization to accomplish goals; monitors progress and evaluates outcomes.
The Senior Project Advisor (Prison Programs and Industries) is charged with maintaining an advisory and monitoring function in support of GDPDC programs and industries components. In fulfilling this role, the Senior Project Advisor (Prison Programs and Industries) will partner with the GDPDC Industries Director and programs leadership to foster a conducive environment for implementing sustainable prison programs and prison industries. Additionally, assist in establishing a succession plan and encourage interest in future generations of programs and industries leadership; Emphasize the need to focus on counter-radicalization and recruitment prevention, and assist GDPDC in developing programs in these areas; Work with the GDPDC to develop tools to evaluate and select junior GDPDC personnel with leadership potential to make up the next generation of mentees. Additional responsibilities will include the working with GDPDC to build administrative capacity for a realistically sustainable prison programs and industries.
Liaise with senior Afghan government officials and provide mentoring, analytical services and support when necessary. Develop and implement strategies, policies, and plans that affect program operations. Coordinate submission of weekly, monthly, and quarterly reporting. Prepares summary written reports based on reviews of records, conducts data collection, and generates analytical reports. Develops and implement continuing education and training programs for the professional development of Afghan personnel. Ensure the work of each Afghan staff member in his/her team is reviewed and evaluated, and that regular feedback guidance is provided. Performs other related duties as assigned.

Duties & Responsibilities:

The Senior Project Advisor (Prison Programs and Industries) is responsible for the overall management, control, coordination and execution of the CSSP Capacity Building Prison Programs and Industries Team, and reports directly to the CSSP Senior Advisor-LN Manager.
This position supervises the work and coordinates the activities of the Afghan Project Advisors and their subordinates engaged in assisting the General Directorate of Prisons and Detention Centers (GDPDC) staff create sustainable prison programs including but not limited to, educational, vocational, recreational, and rehabilitative programs as well as viable prison industries resulting in sustainable knowledge transfer. Organizes work, sets priorities and determines resource requirements; determines short-term/long-term goals; coordinates with other organizations or parts of the organization to accomplish goals; monitors progress and evaluates outcomes.
The Senior Project Advisor (Prison Programs and Industries) is charged with maintaining an advisory and monitoring function in support of GDPDC programs and industries components. In fulfilling this role, the Senior Project Advisor (Prison Programs and Industries) will partner with the GDPDC Industries Director and programs leadership to foster a conducive environment for implementing sustainable prison programs and prison industries. Additionally, assist in establishing a succession plan and encourage interest in future generations of programs and industries leadership; Emphasize the need to focus on counter-radicalization and recruitment prevention, and assist GDPDC in developing programs in these areas; Work with the GDPDC to develop tools to evaluate and select junior GDPDC personnel with leadership potential to make up the next generation of mentees. Additional responsibilities will include the working with GDPDC to build administrative capacity for a realistically sustainable prison programs and industries.
Liaise with senior Afghan government officials and provide mentoring, analytical services and support when necessary. Develop and implement strategies, policies, and plans that affect program operations. Coordinate submission of weekly, monthly, and quarterly reporting. Prepares summary written reports based on reviews of records, conducts data collection, and generates analytical reports. Develops and implement continuing education and training programs for the professional development of Afghan personnel. Ensure the work of each Afghan staff member in his/her team is reviewed and evaluated, and that regular feedback guidance is provided. Performs other related duties as assigned.

Job Requirement:

Completion of a four (4) year degree from an accredited university in a relevant field and/or three (3) years of experience in an Afghan Rule of Law Program; Afghan Ministry; International Organization; or Non-Government Organizations (NGO) as an administrator, supervisor, or project advisor. Up to two-years’ experience can be substituted for candidates with a relevant graduate level degree from an accredited university. Demonstrated ability to present both verbally and in writing with clarity and precision to senior level executives.

Demonstrate a working knowledge of industrial and correctional business practices. Ability to
develop and maintains effective relationships; effectively works with difficult, hostile, or
distressed people; is sensitive to tribal and cultural diversity, race, gender, sexual orientation,
and individuals with disabilities. Must have excellent oral and written English, Dari, and Pashtu
communication skills, including the ability to produce clear, logical, and concise reports. Skilled
with Microsoft Office to include: Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint. Inspires and fosters team commitment, spirit, pride, and trust. Facilitates cooperation and
motivates team
members to accomplish group goals. Makes well-informed, effective, and timely decisions, even when
data are limited or solutions produce unpleasant consequences; perceives the impact and
implications of decisions. Excellent problem-solving skills to be able to identify and analyze
problems; uses sound reasoning to arrive at conclusions; find alternative solutions to complex
problems; distinguish between relevant and irrelevant information to make logical judgments.
Ability to provide sound advice, guidance, and consultation based on results of the analysis.
Holds self and subordinates accountable for measurable high-quality, timely, and cost- effective
results. Determines objectives, sets priorities, and delegates work. Complies with established
control systems and rules.

Job Location:

Afghanistan, Kabul
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