|Date Posted:||Nov 10, 2010|
|Closing Date:||Nov 23, 2010|
|Number of Vacancies:||1|
|Salary Range:||20000 - 40000 USD undefinedUSD|
|Years of Experience:||5 Years|
|Contract Duration:||Not specified|
|Possibility of Contract Extension:||No|
|Contract Type:||Short Term|
|Probation Period:||1 month|
About Afghan Women Resource Center:
The Afghan Womenâ€™s Resource Center (AWRC) was founded by a group of over 80 educated Afghan women from various backgrounds, in August 1989. This was at a time when most relief work was being implemented by international organizations, and very few Afghan women participated in the process. The female refugee community began to realize that their real needs and interests could not be addressed, without their active participation in relief activities for women. This gave birth to the idea of an organization run by Afghan women to help Afghan women. From the very beginning, AWRC aimed at serving as a focal point of resources and information for Afghan women from all walks of life.
Follow up the related project according to the Scope of work and Memorandum of understanding signed.
and lead and manage project staff (trainers), providing ongoing supervision and guidance and assist in staff capacity building.
Duties & Responsibilities:
1. To implement and follow up the related project according to the Scope of work and Memorandum of understanding signed.
2. To lead and manage project staff (trainers), providing ongoing supervision and guidance and assist in staff capacity building
3. Conduct training and workshops to project staff and give orientation for sharing new information i.e. description of action plan, formats etc as per needed.
4. To develop and designed relevant formats as per needed i.e. checklist / questionnaire to assess the trainings
5. To develop relevant manuals and modules.
6. To develop and implement pre â€“ test and post â€“ test evaluations
7. To work directly with other organization to provide assistance and to create coordination.
8. To provide/get guidance to/from NGOs on how to work closely with the media and government to effectively advocate.
9. To manage the cases with communityâ€™s individuals.
10. To produce clear and persuasive reports, memoranda and policy briefs which present research and analysis and which advocate for policy change.
11. To coordinate AWRC activities through holding meetings sharing info reports and relevant documents with communities, organizations and government.
12. To representing AWRC at local, national and international levels as and when required.
13. To attend meetings, workshops and seminars related to the area of cooperation.
1. University degree preferred political science, social science, or related field;
2. Strong personnel management and coordination skills.
3. Excellent writing skills in Dari and English.
4. Good experience in NGO work
5. excellent experience as trainer/master trainer
6. Knowledge of/interest in human rights issues.