37 District Social Organizer Jobs by MRRD in Khost Province

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Opportunity Details

  • Degree Non Degree Program/Certificate
  • No. of Opportunity 37
  • Duration 6 Months
  • Gender MaleFemale
  • Opportunity ID 87037

Opportunity Description

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About Citizen’s Charter/MRRD:

The Citizens’ Charter is a National Priority Program (NPP) of the National Unity Government (NUG). The Citizens’ Charter is an inter-ministerial, multi-sectorial NPP, where Ministries have cooperated jointly to provide basic services to rural communities in Afghanistan.

Job Details:

Position Title:                District Social Organizer

Job Location:                 Khost

Nationality:                    Afghan

Employment Type:        Full-time

No of Positions:             37

Vacancy #:                    425/HRMD/CCNPP/MRRD

Salary:                           According to the salary scale of the project

Organization:                 Citizen Charter/MRRD

Working experience:     2 years of relevant experience is preferable

Contract duration:         6 months

Gender:                          Any  (25 male+ 12 female)

Education:                     A minimum of high school degree

Closing date:                 19 November 2020

Job summary

Citizen Charter/MRRD is hiring 37 people as Social Organizers for Khost province who will work for the implementation of the proposed project(s).

Job Description:

The incumbents will work to:

  • Work with the CCAP PMU Social organizers to get used to the pre-defined CDCs, PRA/PLA tools, particularly with WBA and Resource Map, community development plans, and the whole community profile.
  • Arrange large meetings and inform the communities of the CCAP program and critical components of the MCCG while differentiating it from the CCAP, NSP, and the prior MCG.
  • Familiarize themselves with the correlated communities and are responsible for conducting a short transact walk within the communities to assure the inclusion of all vicinities, especially the marginalized people.
  • Collaborate with MCCG engineers and CDCs in preparing and calculating the MCCG Community budget.
  • In light of improved coordination with CDC and community people, the Social Organizer, together with engineers, will help to facilitate a way to pick up a labor-intensive project based on previous CDPs, if required, review the previous CDPs and establish a new labor-based CDPs.
  • Train the CDCs and communities in the procurement and accounting/ bookkeeping for the MCCG funds as recommended in the CCAP manuals for community-level procurement and FM.
  • Work with the CDC members in the final selection for the MCCG labor beneficiaries, as outlined below.
  • Closely oversee and report on the process and compliance with this Annex.
    Support the CDCs in opening sub-accounts to their main CCAP bank accounts, exclusively for the MCCG transfers.
  • Undertake the draw to define which of the poor households will send a laborer to work on MCCG, If required.
  • Train CDCs to record paid labor and supervise executing & completing the required MCCG Forms in the process.
  • Ensure that MCCG wages are paid on a daily basis, and where not feasible, at a minimum every week, concurrent with the work term.
  • Ensure grievances filed in relation to the MCCG are handled at the community level where feasible or passed on to the PMU or CCAP HQ’s Grievance Handling Division,
  • Supervise all MCCG mobilizations process promptly and collect and register the community proposals’ process and their request.
  • Ensure that the CDC has copies of all the necessary MCCG forms and utilization receipts, and the originals are delivered to the PMUs after full utilization of the MCCG,.
  • Promote participation of all households in any kind of group action.
  • Ensure that women take an active, if not leading part, in collective action related to women’s issues.
  • Enable CDCs and communities to deliver their work to others.
  • Support for CDD organizes’ periodic learning workshops and share lessons learned and success stories.
  • Provide frequent progress reports to the provincial trainers and pertinent district managers.

Job Requirements:

  • 2 years of working experience is a plus, including a one-year similar experience. (Not a Must)
  • Work experience as MCG social organizer would be a plus point.

 Educational Qualifications:

  • A minimum of a high school degree is necessary.
  • Previous training in NSP or similar community-driven development programs or rural development projects is an advantage.

Other Skills Required:

  • Fluent communication (speaking, reading, and writing) in either Dari or Pashto.
  • Inclination and ability to travel to all the rural communities within the district identified on any workday as necessary.
  • Ability to work with many participants from community members to district government officials to CC HQ personnel as mandatory.
  • Basic computer knowledge will be considered a distinct advantage.

How to apply?

Please send your up-to-date CV, including high school degree MoE-certified documents, and all work experience certificates as per your resume, before the deadline (please make sure that the size of documents you attach does not exceed 4MB).

Note: Any application without the above-mentioned documents will be considered incomplete and therefore, the applicant will not be shortlisted. Additionally, while sending your CV (clearly specify “the title of the position and Vacancy Announcement Number E.g. District Social Organizer – 425/HRMD/ CCNPP/MRRD” on the subject line of your email; otherwise, your applications will not be considered.

Submission Email: [email protected]

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Note: CCNPP strongly encourages women to apply.

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