Programme Officer Expired
|Duration:||One Year Fixed Term – extendable|
|Exp.:||2018-08-09-(2 Months Ago)|
|Organization:||International Labour Organization (ILO) |About International Labour Organization (ILO)|
|Education:||First level University degree in economics law social science or other relevant development fields|
|Work Experience:||At least two of professional experience at n Years|
First level University degree in economics law social science or other relevant development fields
At least two years of professional experience at national or provincial level in designing planning implementation monitoring and evaluation of development programs /projects. Successful record of working with government officials national and state level workers’ and employers’ organizations and the UN agencies in Afghanistan.
Excellent command of English as well as Dari and/or Pashto. Knowledge of any other ILO language will be an asset.
Competencies - Knowledge of programme and budget project administration and evaluation concepts and procedures. Knowledge of the office’s financial rules and regulations. Knowledge of office-wide activities and objectives. Ability to interpret project information and to identify and analyze problems with implementation. Good drafting skills. Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing. Ability to clarify information. Good computer applications skills. Organizational skills. Ability to work on own initiative as well as a member of a team. Ability to deal with people with tact and diplomacy. Ability to supervise staff.
Duties & Responsibilities
The ILO office in Afghanistan is responsible for planning implementing monitoring evaluation and reporting of the ILO DWCP for Afghanistan; including building partnerships with Line Ministries and key stake holders. The ILO Kabul Office works closely with its tripartite constituents including the Government of Afghanistan (through the Ministry of Labour Social Affairs Martyrs and Disabled – MoLSAMD and other line Ministries) Employers’ and Workers’ Organizations UN agencies and other development partners.
All ILO activities in Afghanistan are implemented in close collaboration with the tripartite constituents within the framework of the agreed Decent Work Country Programme (DWCP) jointly formulated by the ILO and its constituents in line with the UNDAF priorities the National Development Plans and policy frameworks.
The ILO’s support to its constituents in the country is structured at three broad levels as articulated in the DWCP including normative and policy level support; implementing development cooperation projects; capacity development and knowledge management. This is achieved through technical advisory services/assistance research implementation of demonstration pilots technical support and knowledge sharing in relation to implementation of major schemes by the government; building the capacities of the constituents through building partnerships and training. As Afghanistan has been experiencing fragility the ILO promotes South-South Cooperation within the g7+ and other such forums within South Asia and beyond.
The Office draws technical support from the specialists in the DWT in New Delhi the Regional Office in Bangkok technical departments at Headquarters in Geneva and the International Training Centre in Turin.
DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES:
Under the direct supervision of the Senior Coordinator ILO Kabul the Programme Officer will contribute to planning designing implementing and reporting of results of Afghanistan DWCP. She/he will support the constituents to implement selected outputs to achieve outcomes of the DWCP; and will apply RBM in the planning designing implementing and reporting of selected DWCP outputs under the Decent Work Country Programme.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Please note that all candidates must complete an on-line application form. To apply please visit the ILO Jobs website using the blue link. The system provides instructions for online application procedures.