At least 4 Years’ experience in Agriculture and extension activities.
Proficiency in English Pashto and Persian languages is highly essential [i.e. reading writing and speaking]
Should have the capability and reasonable experience of Training arrangement report writing in English Pashto and Persian languages.
Highly objective dependable emotionally mature sociable and communicative with good verbal and written communications skills.
Must possess good interpersonal mediation negotiation and conflict resolution skills.
Patient and with good understanding of humanitarian and development work.
Hardworking and able to work with people from different backgrounds.
Honest and accountable.
Flexible and can work under pressure.
Good Control and supervisory skills
Ability to handle insecure environment.
Duties & Responsibilities
Propose of the Position:
The Agriculture Trainer will be based in Kabul and shall be responsible for preparing the training Manual training methodologies training materials base on the program requirement and to facilitate the training coordinating with the program plans in the program department.
Duties and responsibilities:
Communicate training strategies initiatives and develop agricultural trainings materials as well test and review created materials
Develop the training manual
Train targeted beneficiaries particularly farmer in term of agricultural training
Provide report of agricultural training and participant attendance sheet.
To lead preparations/planning design implementation and monitoring of all training activities and when needed assist in newsletter radio program attend coordination meetings with other stakeholders and monitoring.
Assist in documentation of project documentations and keep records of all activities of the project.
Support advice makes recommendations at project and field levels.
Organize and attend coordination meeting with human rights education stakeholders and represent ANCC.
Support all training events from the start to end including advocacy for trainings importance invitation of beneficiaries training schedules objectives action plans and certificates and follow up.
Plan organize and implement newsletter in participatory way especially with students and officials.
Support staff in capacity building activities and initiatives to increase their level of ability to help in quality project implementation.
Meet groups of beneficiaries on project progress in the field and solve the local problems and guide staff based on project goals and objectives.
Encourage participation mobilize communities and beneficiaries to the possible point and spirited.
Promote/encourage/boost staff morale to be able to work in difficult situations to properly monitor projects and keep the quality based project works.
Capacity building of CDCs and Cluster CDCs and their thematic male and female (or gender-combined) sub-committees to work as whole-of-government platforms. Key training topics will include their Roles and Responsibilities Linkages with key Development Actors (GO Private Sector and NGOs) Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Grievances Score Cards as well as capacity building of the CPM Committee (social audits monitoring).
interested candidates who meet the above-mentioned requirements are encouraged to submit their completed ANCC standard job application forms (ANCC application form is attached) You are requested to send your application form in Word or PDF file. Please do not email us heavy sized files such as your certificates recommendation letters and etc. THOSE WHO DO NOT FULFILL THE APPLYING REQUIREMENTS WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED FOR SHORTLIST. Only short listed candidates will be contacted with and called for the interview. The interview dates time and place will be determined and communicated with the short listed candidates sooner after the deadline of vacancy announcement. PEOPLE WITH PHYSICAL DISABILITIES ARE HIGHLY ENCOURAGED TO APPLY.