TEAM LEADER/PROJECT MANAGER

  Afghan Bureau Collaboration Office (ABCO)
  Afghanistan Unspecified 250
Date Posted:Nov 13, 2010
Reference:1
Closing Date:Nov 16, 2010
Work Type:Unspecified
Number of Vacancies:2
Gender:Male
Functional Area:Management
Nationality:Afghan
Salary Range:45000 - 50000 USD undefined
Years of Experience:2 Years
Contract Duration:Not specified
Possibility of Contract Extension:Yes
Contract Type:Short Term
Probation Period:Unspecified
Required Languages:

About Afghan Bureau Collaboration Office (ABCO):

Job Summary:

The Project Manager must have the qualification and experiences of management, report writing and training, knowledge of supervision, monitoring and evaluation for at least two years and fluently in Dari/Pashto and English languages. He is responsible for the planning, organizing, implementing, supervision /monitoring of all project activities.
Assist program line managers, supervisors and other key staff in planning and implementing of program.
Provide weekly, monthly and quarterly progress report of project.
Participate in coordination meetings with donor and government agencies.
Follow established policies, procedures and objectives; continuous quality improvement initiative works and performance.
Identify and make decision to solve immediately any problem which interferes in the delivery of services or in achieving the program objectives and provide report to his/her immediate supervisor.
Meet with all Officers to discuss program progress and problems on a weekly base.
Work closely with technical and administration, finance, and logistic heads for development of programs.
Evaluate and supervise the performance of the staff.
Responsible for the planning, implementing, and supervision of all project activities.
Participate in monthly meetings.
Give comment in the interview and selection process of newly hired staff.
Recommend increase in salary of the provincial employees based on Admin / HR policy and procedures.
Any other task assign by Program Director or Program Coordinator

Duties & Responsibilities:

The Project Manager must have the qualification and experiences of management, report writing and training, knowledge of supervision, monitoring and evaluation for at least two years and fluently in Dari/Pashto and English languages. He is responsible for the planning, organizing, implementing, supervision /monitoring of all project activities.
Assist program line managers, supervisors and other key staff in planning and implementing of program.
Provide weekly, monthly and quarterly progress report of project.
Participate in coordination meetings with donor and government agencies.
Follow established policies, procedures and objectives; continuous quality improvement initiative works and performance.
Identify and make decision to solve immediately any problem which interferes in the delivery of services or in achieving the program objectives and provide report to his/her immediate supervisor.
Meet with all Officers to discuss program progress and problems on a weekly base.
Work closely with technical and administration, finance, and logistic heads for development of programs.
Evaluate and supervise the performance of the staff.
Responsible for the planning, implementing, and supervision of all project activities.
Participate in monthly meetings.
Give comment in the interview and selection process of newly hired staff.
Recommend increase in salary of the provincial employees based on Admin / HR policy and procedures.
Any other task assign by Program Director or Program Coordinator

Job Requirement:

The Team Leader should be a post-graduate, preferably in social sciences, and have working experience in social development. S/he should have 4-5 years experience in implementation of social development plan, have held positions of responsibility in previous assignments possess participatory management skills and have good knowledge of Afghanistan, local languages and land administration systems/laws. The candidate must have experience in planning/implementing resettlement program including: (i) leading/supervising multidisciplinary teams; (ii) experience with land administration/acquisition practices; (iii) excellent writing skills and demonstrated personal integrity/capacity to establish transparent and accountable work environments.

Job Location:

Afghanistan
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