Child Protection Project Manager (Ghazni, Afghanistan) 135 views


Job Description

Job Description:

Job Summary:

The project manager is responsible for overall project management of Children on the Move project at Ghazni level where he will be responsible for proper coordination with relevant stakeholders and partners, managing office & staff, implementing project activities based on the program document, managing budget based on the allocated budget breakdown, strictly following up the work plan & action plan, technical capacity development of program staff in case management, referral services & reintegration and preparing necessary reports for the donor. Ensuring that the child protection projects are implemented according to International standards and donor requirements Key Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Oversee and control provincial office staff, events and office under the direct oversight of the Program Manager of CPSDO Represent the organization at provincial level meetings, coordination group meetings, stakeholder meetings, and other social and government meetings in the province; Develop the capacity of team members on the related technical and operational aspects of the project in the province; Manage, track, and assess project components with strategic and organizational support from the Program Manager Establishing a proper reporting mechanism for program direct staff and process flow designing Project start-up meetings and initiation with relevant partners at provincial level, ensuring proper monitoring & evaluation throughout the project, conducting site visits and smooth project closure; Identify gaps and train and develop field staff capacity to improve staff performance; Prepare internal and external reports on the progress of project activities on a regular basis. Contribute to donor reports on a quarterly basis; Managing project budgets and costs, as well as establishing responsible accountability mechanisms to ensure responsible and productive project spending; Produce and present monthly forecasts with the help of field and other project main staff; Contribute to budget creation, adjustments, and realignments; Establish monitoring and accountability mechanisms to ensure a fair and effective use of funds; Oversee the process, practices, and team efforts on all components, including Child Protection activities, livelihood activities, vocational trainings and CFS activities, assessment and market linkages, community engagement, case management, referral & specialized services, reintegration and other activities that fall under COM project components, and proper coordination with local/regional authorities, NGOs, and Donor; Monitor and consolidate information collected from weekly and staff activity reports Ensure a safe and secure working environment for project staff, with all project staff working in the best interests of the project; Develop and maintain effective working relationships with partners Develop and maintain effective and efficient oversight, support, quality control and reporting systems and processes Contribute to the development of the CP sector strategic direction for responding to children harmed and at risk of being harmed Providing guidance, coaching and supervision to the staff in emergency situation Ensure that the action plan and work plan is strictly followed, implemented and updated on regular basis Keeping strong coordination with child protection agencies and actors that work in case management Ensure that all operations and implementations are in accordance with organizational rules and policies, and align with donor requirements; Preparation of donor reports on monthly, quarterly and annual basis or any other project report Any other activities assigned by the direct supervisor

Background

About Central Point Social Development Organization (CPSDO) / (AREP):CPSDO/AREP Background: Central Point Social Development Organization (CPSDO) is an independent, nongovernmental, non-political, non-for-profit organization registered with Ministry of Economy, Government of Islamic Republic of Afghanistan. CPSDO founded by a strong, talented and creative team of professionals with expertise in Education, Health, Community Development, Child Protection, Research and Advocacy. Since its establishment, CPDSO is closely working with communities in all over Afghanistan, which helped CPDSO’s growth and strengthened to work in complex and continually changing environments. Our community development projects support vulnerable people & communities in central, eastern and southern regions of Afghanistan through establishment of education centers, rehabilitation of schools, training and capacity building of skilled and unskilled labors and working with CDCs, we assist community advocacy of rule of law, girls education, child rights, child protection and establishment of basic response center at community levels as well working with key stakeholders in strengthening of child protection systems and mechanisms. CPSDO aims positively impacting Afghan society through education, awareness and case management of child rights, women’s empowerment, capacity building activities, income generation support interventions, health and emergency response. CPSDO is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Qualified applicants are considered for employment based on their skills, abilities and experience without regard to age, race, color, religion, marital status, sex, physical disability, or veteran status. Central Point Social Development Organization (CPSDO) and Afghanistan Rehabilitation & Education Program (AREP) jointly implement the mentioned project in Ghazni province.

Job Requirements

Job Requirements:

  • Bachelor degree, Master preferred At least 5 years’ experience in a similar position Proven experience in child protection case management Fluent in Dari, Pashto and English 

Vacancy Number

01/COM/21

No. Of Jobs

1

Gender

Any

Years of Experience

5 years’ experience in a similar position

Duration

The positions are Project based with possibility of extension

Salary

As per CPSDO Salary Scale

Submission Guideline

Submission Guideline:Interested qualified candidates matching vacancy requirements should submit a full CV to vacancies@centralpoint.org.af  and CC n.darwish@arep.org.af

  • Please mention the job title and vacancy (child protection project manager – 01/COM/21) in the subject line of your email otherwise your application may not be considered Please do not attach any other supporting documents or educational certificates at this stage of the recruitment process. Only short-listed candidates will be invited for the test/interview. Female candidates are highly encouraged to apply

Submission Email
vacancies@centralpoint.org.af / n.darwish@arep.org.af

Submission Email

vacancies@centralpoint.org.af / n.darwish@arep.org.af



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