- Vacancy NumberCoordination of Humanitarian Assistance
- Salary OfferAccording to CHA internal rule
- Total Years Experience2 -Years
- EducationUniversity Degree
- Contract DurationShort Term
- No. Of Jobs:1
About Coordination of Humanitarian Assistance:
Coordination of Humanitarian Assistance (CHA) is a non-profit organization established in 1987 by a team of Afghan volunteers, registered with the Ministry of Economy of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan. CHA is a multi-sectoral organization implementing Health & Nutrition, Education, Agriculture, Rural Development/ Social Protection and Disaster Risk Reduction projects in different provinces of the country.
Currently, CHA is looking for qualified candidates for the position of PSN Focal Points. The candidates will be responsible for identifying PSN cases in the mentioned provinces, attending project coordination meetings, and reporting to the line manager on a daily and weekly basis.
Identification of PSN cases
Specifying beneficiaries as per established standards.
THE provincial PSN focal point is responsible for every individual PSN case from the accountability of cash payment and clearance to donor and other responsible parties.
Recognizing and analyzing the beneficiary’s needs.
Conducing meetings with the participation of respective entities.
Rehabilitating and strengthening contributor networks in the covered areas.
Regularly contacting governmental, non-governmental departments, and local authorities with regards to the project.
Providing output on recent carried activities of projects at weekly sectorial meetings.
Preparing and delivering documents to the Project Manager when expected.
Collecting accurate information from the field.
Participation in all meetings on the provincial level.
Joining cultural workshops.
Keeping the organization’s secrets.
Prepare the reports and communicate with the donor.
The successful applicants will need to address the following criteria:
University degree in social since or other related fields.
Adequate ability in the beneficiary’s assessment, community awareness, and controlling the assessment process.
Ability to analyze and sort out problems
Experience with participatory community development principles and practices
Excellent communication in Dari, Pashto, and English as well as good reading and writing, and prefer to those who speak Pashto fluently.
Sufficient knowledge of several computer applications, in particular, MS Excel and word
The successful applicant will have regular traveling to ( Wardak, Ghazni, Logar, and Paktya provinces)
The successful applicant must have a place in Ghazni to stay the night.
Interested and qualified candidates should submit their CVs along with a cover letter to the HR Department CHA main office Kabul through email address firstname.lastname@example.org
Only those candidates who meet the qualification and requirements for the mentioned posts will be called for interviews.