Activation Date: 28 Mar, 2021 Announced Date: 28 Mar, 2021 Expire Date: 10 Apr, 2021
About HealthNet TPO:
HealthNet TPO is a Netherlands based not for profit, non-governmental organization founded on the principle that access to affordable quality health care is a basic human right. HealthNet TPO works with interdisciplinary professionals to develop and implement innovative, culturally appropriate, evidence based public health interventions with a focus on: innovative development of health systems, mental health and psychosocial care, long and short term training of health workers, control of communicable diseases (including malaria), and health financing schemes. HealthNet TPO offers ground-breaking and unconventional solutions that foster self-reliance and promote sustainable health care that is accessible to all.
HealthNet TPO in Afghanistan aims to improve the health status of the people in Afghanistan by supporting the local communities and the Government of Afghanistan in the development of a sustainable health care system. HealthNet TPO is working in Afghanistan since 1994, implementing integrated health projects managed mainly by national staff and supported technically by expatriate staff from the headquarter office. HealthNet TPO Afghanistan is providing Primary Health Care, Mental Health and psychosocial services, fighting malaria and supporting Mother & Child Health Care in terms of providing training for Community Midwifes and to conduct operation research. Health Net TPO is currently implementing projects in 22 provinces and the major program it implements are BPHS/EPHS, CME, public private partnership, nutrition and Mental Health and Psychosocial program through a community system strengthening approach.
Project Manager works under direct supervision of Project coordinator and. He/She should have college degree, preferably university diploma holder, should be capable of excellent English, Dari and Pashto languages, computer applicable packages and must have good communication skills. Experience in gender based violence is an advantage. The Deputy Project Manager works very closely with Project Coordinator and Program Coordinator and receives support and guidance from the Head of Programs and other management staff.
Main Tasks & Responsibilities:
- Responsible for the implementation of the Gender Based Violence (GBV) Project and ensures project objectives are completed.
- Lead GBV SC in the target provinces.
- Regularly Chair GBV SC meetings at the target provinces and compile all necessary documents including meeting minutes and 4 Ws format of GBV SC.
- Completes the necessary logistical and administrative processes for project activities
- Provides oversight and supervision of the GBV project in the province.
- Represents HNTPO and the GBV project at all levels including communities, government agencies and other organizations by attending meetings, sharing information and providing feedback when requested.
- Preparation of Research Questionnaires and development of methodologies for research based studies.
- Responsible for all project reports for quality and for on-time submission.
- To regularly supervise the Training and Monitoring Officer and provide expert opinion on Family Protection Staff supervision and monitoring.
- Provide guidance and transfer skills to GBV project staff including FPC staff
- Monitor GBV key actors in the effective application of GBV information management system
- Prepare work plans and implementation reports.
- Technical Support to Training Officer in conduction of Trainings
- Develop Assessment tools on data collection
- Assist in Establishing GBV Referral network among GBV Actors
- Establish women working group in the province and conduct regular meeting.
- Draft weekly, monthly, quarterly progress reports
- Work closely with the Project Coordinator for technical oversight and implementation
- Collection and compilation of monthly/quarterly progress reports of projects and its submission to Donor and sectoral departments.
- Actively participate in all internal and external meetings relevant to the project and geographic area.
- Monitors project expenditures and estimate monthly expenses of the project.
Tasks of Relations with External Agencies and other organizations:
- Sharing the training plan with BPHS implementer NGOs and other stake holders.
- Primary focal point between IMC and Provincial Public Health directorate, Women Affairs Department, Directorate of economy( DoE),Basic Package of Health Service (BPHS) implementer NGOs and other organizations implementing similar projects
- Liaise with MoPH and other NGOs in information sharing and provide regular feedback.
Miscellaneous Tasks/NON-Routine Tasks:
- Perform any other duty assigned by Project Coordinator/ Program Coordinator.
- Assist the Program Coordinator and other management staff in tasks as required.
MD doctor, graduated from recognized university.
At least four years experience in management particularly with INGOs
At least three year experience in the field of gender based violence response and prevention.
To be fluent in writing and speaking of local languages as well as English language
To have knowledge of computer programs (Ms Word and Ms Excel)
Ability to lead a provincial team and work as an active member of team
To be flexible, having positive attitude and ability to work under pressure
Interested and qualified candidates are requested to send their CVs along with an application letter and apply Via E-mail to [email protected]
Please ensure to fill out the Health Net TPO application form which is available in http://www.acbar.org /application form
Write the number of vacancy and position you are applying for, in the subject line of your E-mail Add. Incomplete applications or applications received after closing date will not be given consideration.
Candidates who are meeting the above criteria will be short listed;
Country office Address,
HNO: 003, Main St: 005, Sello Road, DehNaw _Dehbori, District 03
Contact#: + (93)0202510840