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Leadership Facilitator (Only Female) (Re Announced)

ASLO
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Position Title: Leadership Facilitator (Only Female) (Re Announced)

2022-11-25        Kandahar       Full Time        44

Job Location: Kandahar
Nationality: National
Category: Program
Employment Type: Full Time
Salary: As per organization salary scale
Vacancy Number: ALSO-KBL-69-280625
No. Of Jobs: 1
City: Kandahar
Organization: ASLO
Years of Experience: At least 3-year experience
Contract Duration: 8 months
Gender: Female
Education: Bachelor
Close date: 2022-11-25

About ASLO:

About ASLO:

Afghanistan Social and Legal Organization (ASLO) is a non-profit, non-governmental, non-political and National organization, ASLO's Main office in Kabul and operates and presence   in Paktika , Khost,Takhar, Badakhshan, Baghlan, Kunduz, Badghis, Dykondi, Faryab, Ghazni, Ghor, Helmand, Herat, Jowzjan, Kandahar, Kapisa parwan,, Khost, Kunar, Laghman, Logar, Nangarhar, Nimroz, Nuristan, Urzugan, Paktia, Paktika, Samangan, Sar-epul, midan Wardak, Zabul, Parwan, Panjshir, Bamyan and Mazar-e-sharif, provinces. of ASLO working in sector of Education, Health, DRR, Emergency responses (Cash, Food, emergency shelter and NFIs kits, Hygiene Kits, Winterization, Transportation & Construction, Basic Food Packages), ,Agriculture and livestock, Nutrition, Agriculture and livestock, Women empowerment, Humanitarian aid, Income generation, Child Protection, Nutrition ,Disaster Risk Reduction ,Wash and Food security in Afghanistan for more information please see the web site of  www.aslo.org.af       

Job Descriptions:

The incumbent will support the needs of ASLO community development activities and its community organizing processes within the target communities making sure that the ASLO programs are implemented in accordance with ASLO policies and PCMS.

Assist with community CDC/CDMC committee members to determine needs and generate solutions; specify and prioritize issues and analyze problems using PRA tools

• encourage community CDC/CDMC committee members to arrange action aimed at solving their problems and to plan, implement and supervise action that they define themselves.

• conduct regular meetings (monthly, bi-monthly, etc) with the community for planning and execution of project activities.

• Coordinate with the project Livelihood Officer/Agronomist   and M&E Officer for the organization of capacity building and or project activities

• Encourage full participation by all community/CDC/CDMC committee members; paying special attention to those who are usually forgotten, marginalized and overlooked in community/CDMC/committee decision making

• Use participatory approaches and in cooperation with community members recognize susceptible and extremely poor people within the community according to ASLO’s criteria

  • Conduct Livelihood  awareness raising campaigns to community on prevention measures

• arrange distribution of cash packages to the identified targeted community members.

• assure relevant project information is communicated to the right holders in a timely and appropriate manner

Advocate:

• Raise awareness of the community that they can help each other take the community out of vulnerability/Risk, and to show them ways they can do this for themselves

• Assist the community with gaining information and knowledge about the project intervention outreach programmes

Enabler:

• Assist with the determination of vulnerable community members for the cash assistance

• Develop trust, tolerance and co-operation among community and community leaders

Mediator:

• Intervenes in disputes between community members and help in resoling them, reconcile differences, or reach mutually satisfying agreements by taking a neutral stance between the interested parties.

Innovator:

• Enable the community leaders and CDC to explore new ways and means to find solutions to their needs and problems.

• In collaboration with the project technical staff, design innovative approaches in drawing out learnings and practices participatory action research topic

Trainer:

• Provide community information on Community Compliant and Feedback Mechanisms.

Monitoring and Reporting:

• Collect and maintain all village-specific data and information and share this with the project M&E officer.

• Ensure frequent monitoring of all project activities in the given villages and according to agreed plans and systems (indicators, formants, intervals etc.)

• Arrange participatory monitoring visits with governmental line agencies together with community level stakeholders

• Ensure regular data gathering on each agreed indicators and reported through reports as per organizational and donor needs.

• Develop and submit monthly work plans and report to line Manager

Compliance to ASLO Code of Conduct (CCoC):

• Ensure that staff and individuals engaged by ASLO including partner organizations engaged in ASLO programmes, regardless of location, where national or international, full or part time, advisors, interns, contractors or volunteers follow the Code at all times.

Job Requirements:

Qualification & Experience:

  • At least High School graduate+ Experience or University Degree (Literature, Social Science, Law or relevant qualification)
  • At least 3 years’ experience with the communities in remote villages related to national or international NGOs.
  • Demonstrable ability in community work organization and mobilization enabling the community CDC/CDMC/committees to implement projects
  • Experience working with poor, marginalized and disabled individuals
  • Strong understanding of gender equality, equity and social justice
  • Experience in designing and presenting trainings
  • Expertise in applying PRA tools and approaches

Working Conditions:

  • CDFs will be based in the district and will be working in distant villages that may carry some physical hardship and little relaxation
  • The incumbents will be responsible to cover 10 villages depending on proximity and target population
  • Will be staying in villages and work with the community
  • Knowledge of Pashtoo or any local languages will be an addition including English
  • Training in community organizing/mobilization is an advantage
  • Knowledge of basic IT tools particularly MS Word, Excel and PowerPoint

Competencies and Personal Qualities:

  • Ability to work in team and in a multi-cultural atmosphere
  • Diplomatic and sensitive to local culture, standards and practices
  • Effective written and oral communication and understanding skills
  • Ability to work independently with less supervision
  • Proactive and initiative-driven
  • High motivation and ability to adapt to changing needs of the community, project or situation
  • Outstanding listening and facilitating skills
  • Knowledge of other local languages i.e. Pashtu is an advantage

Superb documentation skills and ability to form documents in a systematic manner

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Submission Guidelines:

Applications should be written in English and show the applicants’ suitability for the job. A current Curriculum Vita and three referee’s reports should be included in the application. Applications should be submitted to submit the application through this email address: Hr.manageraslo@gmail.com.

  • Please mention vacancy number along with position title on the subject of the email.
  • Only shortlisted candidates who meets the above mentioned requirements will be contacted

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