Vacancy Number:
Category:Other Organization
Exp.: 2020-03-22-(1 Day From now)
Jobs no:1
Salary:As per company salary scale


Organization: Ministry of Industry and Commerce | About Ministry of Industry and Commerce
City: Kabul
Country: AF


Education:•A minimum of master’s degree in MBA Public Administration Economy.
Work Experience:•At least 5 of work experience in managing d Years


This position requires technical breadth and depth to advertise food industrial parks and carry-out dialogue with various investors industrialists and entrepreneurs. Hence the candidates should hold a combination of integrative skills strong operational experience and strong communication skills. The candidate should have:

A minimum of master’s degree in MBA Public Administration Economy.

At least 5 years of work experience in managing development projects preferably in the relevant field.

Demonstrated knowledge and experience in investment promotion and marketing.

Demonstrated ability to lead discussions at the highest policy levels.

Demonstrated achievement of results – through building a culture that delivers high-quality products and services to clients.

Demonstrated leadership in team work and inclusion to support collaboration and working across boundaries.

Demonstrated attention to detail and quality assurance.

Strong conceptual skills demonstrated by evidence of similar projects undertaken elsewhere.

Complete fluency in the English language including demonstrated excellent English report writing skills.

Duties & Responsibilities

Background and position context

Recognizing that agriculture/agribusiness development are crucial for inclusive growth and jobs creation the Government of Islamic Republic of Afghanistan (GoIRA) is committed to a program of renewal and strategic long-term investments in this sector. To this end the GoIRA is preparing a new project “Opportunity for Maximizing Agribusiness Investments and Development - OMAID” with support from the World Bank Group.

OMAID development objective is to enhance private sector participation in agricultural value-chains in Afghanistan. This objective is aligned with the Afghanistan Agribusiness Charter adopted in November 2018 by the High Economic Council (HEC). The Charter presents a comprehensive and strategic plan (2019-2024) to enable growth of agri-enterprises and promote greater opportunities for both self-employment and jobs in rural and urban areas. It focuses on investments in four strategic priorities: (i) supportive policy and regulatory environment that can foster a competitive and sustainable upgrade of the agribusiness sector in Afghanistan; (ii) innovative agri-spatial solutions (agri-food parks) to support enhanced productivity of Afghan smallholder farmers and competitiveness of agri-food enterprises in local and international markets; (iii) access to finance to increase the availability of sustainable and appropriate financial services for agricultural value chain actors (farmers intermediary agencies traders processors and exporters); and (iv) strengthening  institutions for efficient service delivery.

OMAID investments focuses on points (i) and (ii) and is designed as the “umbrella” for the effective coordination and implementation of the Agribusiness Charter. The project clusters its activities around two interrelated technical components: (i) improving the enabling environment for agribusiness development; and (ii) support to private investments through agri-spatial solutions. In addition a third project component focuses on project coordination and monitoring and crisis prevention and management (see attached project document for detailed description of the components/activities).

OMAID will be implemented under the overall responsibility of the Ministry of Industry and Commerce (MoIC).

The Ministry of Industry and Commerce is looking for a highly skilled individual to attract investments in IAFPs (Investment Promotion Specialist). The position is to be a full-time post for the whole project duration (5-years).

 Specific responsabilities and tasks

The Project Manager will report to the Director General Directorate for Industrial Parks/MoIC. He/she will be responsible for the following tasks:

Developing strategies and approaches to attract national and foreign investments. 

Preparing advertisement packages (video clip banners billboards and other necessary materials) for the IAFPs. 

To identify potential investors within targeted sectors and subsectors;

Contacting investors and making individual and group presentations on investment opportunities in IAFP.

Conducting public private dialogue between industrialists and IAFP management to attract investments

Coordinating investment conferences exhibitions and   shows inside Afghanistan and abroad for domestic and FDI attraction.

 Arrange personal meetings with interested investors and organizing their meetings with MoIC management.

Continue follow-up with investors to facilitate their investment while identifying and resolving any outstanding issues for the investors.

Reporting weekly on activities and progress to the Project Manager and IPGD Directorate.

Perform other duties as requested by IPGD Directorate and MoIC Management.


The assignment is for 1-year renewable depending on satisfaction and performance.

The Consultant will report to the Project Manager and General Directorate for Industrial Parks.

Submission Guideline

Submission Email: [email protected]

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