Deputy Section Lead, CMS
- Post Date:February 28, 2018
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- Offerd Salary As Per Our PolicyExperience 4 YearsGender Any
- Qualification Bachelor DegreeNationality AfghanVacancy No./Reference 0278
- No. Of Vacancies 1
The Justice Sector Support Program (JSSP) utilizes international and Afghan advisors to train and build capacity for Afghan officials within the Ministry of Justice, Attorney General’s Office, Supreme Court, Ministry of Women’s Affairs, and other justice sector organizations. The project has over 341 local national positions, many of which are advisor positions located in Kabul and throughout the 34 provinces of Afghanistan. Afghanistan Holding Group (AHG), has extensive experience working with justice sector institutions. AHG can call on a pool of 800 short-term consultants across all 34 provinces, which is critical to quickly filling vacancies and meeting technical and training needs that arise in JSSP.
Job Summary :
Nationality: Local National (LN)
Base of Operations: Kabul, Afghanistan
Required Clearance: RSO Vetting
Directly Reports To: Section Lead
Deputy Section Lead is responsible to supervise and formally evaluate the performance of assigned personnel (e.g., International attorneys, Afghan National Legal Advisors (NLAs), Subject Matter Experts, translators, and administrative assistants).
Duties and Responsibilities
Supervise and formally evaluate the performance of assigned personnel (e.g., International attorneys, Afghan National Legal Advisors (NLAs), Subject Matter Experts, translators, and administrative assistants)
Supervise and formally evaluate the performance of assigned personnel (e.g., International advisors, Afghan Advisors, Subject Matter Experts, translators, and administrative assistants)
Advise and assist counterparts in performing their functions, including developing policies, plans and projects
Help to manage international SMEs and Afghan Advisors and ensure that their work is consistent
Identify needs within the GIROA ministries in conjunction with the international and Afghan advisors
Help to organize special projects
Help to coordinate donor efforts
Assist key departments in developing plans and projects to perform their functions and strengthen communications between central and provincial offices
Liaise with other offices and coordinate activities to achieve established objectives
Report to and perform related duties as assigned by the SL, COT and DCOT-A
File reports for activities and accomplishments on a weekly, monthly, quarterly, and annual basis, or as otherwise assigned
Establish and maintain relationships with key stakeholders including, but not limited to, local government officials; prosecutors; international organizations involved in the justice sector; Afghan organizations involved in the justice sector; and customary and traditional law actors
Prepare budgets, work plans, and statements of work; submit deliverables, conduct trainings, and insure timely submission of Section timesheets, leave, and travel requests
Rapidly respond to requests for information from INL/K and INL/AP
Perform other duties as directed.
Minimum four years of professional experience, including providing support to international donor projects
Must have a bachelor’s degree in law, computer science, international development, public policy and administration, or related field
Experience collaborating with Afghan government ministries and institutions
Ability to develop and maintain relationships with cross-sectoral key stakeholders to ensure collaboration to meet project goals
Demonstrated understanding of Afghan legal system
Past experience developing and implementing relevant training courses preferred
Ability to travel to provinces
Excellent oral and written communication skills
Fluent in Dari/Pashto, and English.
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Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Only candidates selected for interviews will be contacted. AHG is an Equal Opportunity Employer.