Save the Children 1,Great Massoud Avenue,Khwaja Rawash,Kabul, Kabul, Afghanistan
Jul 06, 2017Full time
Job Description: A. Accountabilities, Job Responsibilities and Tasks Key Accountabilities, Job Responsibilities, Duties and Tasks: The Livestock and Emergency Response Assistance will report and work under the direct supervision of Livestock and Emergency Response Coordinator. The Livestock and Emergency Response Assistance will be responsible for providing information and documents of livestock components and activities from field level. · He/she will work closely with Program coordinator to implement all project objectives. He or she will also liaise with OFDA DRR and FSL Provincial teams and work in close coordination with SCI MELA field staff and relevant provincial departments (INGOs, Government officials). In collaboration with the program team and MELA Units ensure from timely preparation of field monitoring, baseline, end line and evaluation of project. He/she will coordinate daily, weekly and monthly work schedules/plan for the livestock project a community and field levels. He/she will be responsible for ensuring of gender mainstreaming in livestock activities and motivate the women groups to participate in project implementation process. Supervise the daily activities of livestock project from targeted groups and communities. · Assist in organizing official visits, conferences and trainings at the Provincial level. Ensure that all training and learning sessions are organized in a good manner with encourages of participation and women with appropriate manners. With coordination of targeted communities to identify the training needs, gaps and organize the training plan, awaeness rising campaigns and learning sessions according to project plan and schedule. Assist National team for developing of training manuals and extension materials for the livestock project activities/ components. Collect field information and prepare periodic reports for programme and project activities. Ensure the adequate and timely preparation of weekly and monthly reports. Provide support for preparing of cash and food requests to SCI office according to the needs of beneficiaries by close cooperation with logistic and project staff. Conduct the initial and refresher trainings for all aspects of livestock for targeted communities. Supervise and coordinate the training of livestock programs at field level. Compile all required data and progress reports from field levels. Work closely with the OFDA – DRR and other SCI provincial teams in emergency situation programs. · In the event of a new emergency, collect initial information from government, other NGOs and local partners regarding the livestock issues. Coordinate the visitor’s plans for arrangement of meetings, awareness rising campaigns and learning sessions with FGD, communists when required as well as taking minutes of the meetings. · Develop case studies of successes, challenges, and other livestock project experiences to assist organizational learning. · Any other tasks given by supervisor. Occasional Significant Duties: · Provide technical assistance to other program when requested by supervisor. · Represent SC in Project or Livestock Coordination/stakeholders meetings and workshops at provincial level or when requested by supervisor. · Any other tasks given by supervisor. B. Decision-Making and Authorities · This position requires decision making. C. Skills and Behaviours: SCI Values in Practice Accountability: · Ensure that you work to the best of your ability and demonstrate high levels of commitment to SC Afghanistan in order to ensure the objectives of your role and the country programme are met. Ambition: · Ensure the effective and efficient use of all Save the Children resources in order to keep costs low and ensure safety in the workplace Collaboration: · Comply with the requirements of Save the Children’s Child Safeguarding Policy to ensure maximum protection for children Creativity: · Lead, manage and motivate a team, ensuring that they have clear objectives and receive meaningful feedback on their performance. Integrity: · Other duties as directed. (Obviously this needs to only include duties that could be reasonably expected to be carried out by someone with the skills, experience and seniority associated with the job in question).