EIE Project Officer in Kabul

Job Location: Kabul
Nationality: National
Employment Type: Full Time
Category: Other
Salary: Based on PIN salary scale
No. Of Jobs: 1
Organization: People In Need
Experience: Minimum 3 years demonstrated experience implementi
Contract Duration: 10 months
Gender: Male/Female
Education: Bachelor’s degree in relevant subject; education, social studies, management
Closing Date: 2021-11-30

About People In Need:

People In Need (PIN) Afghanistan

PIN is a Czech, non-governmental, non-profit organisation founded on the ideals of humanism, freedom, equality and solidarity. Human dignity and freedom are fundamental values and we believe that people anywhere in the world should have the right to make decisions about their own lives and share the rights expressed in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

People in Need’s Afghanistan country programme started in November 2001, providing emergency food distribution in mountainous areas of the central highlands. 20 years later, the programme has visibly grown and diversified, but continues to promote PIN’s core values: envisioning a world where people are free to make decisions about their lives; a world where people are not restricted by an un-free society, poverty, lack of education or discrimination. Today, we work along the humanitarian and development spectrum, providing immediate aid supporting the most vulnerable in Afghanistan to find long-term solutions to the challenges they face.



PIN Afghanistan’s three strategic objectives for the current planning period (2021-2022) are (1) Agency driven, transformative, humanitarian assistance; (2) Making markets work for crisis affected and marginalised communities; and, (3) Harnessing decent, productive and inclusive livelihoods. Under the current evolving context, the CP is focusing efforts under strategic priority 1 and in particular supporting people to have (1) enough to eat, (2) a safe and secure living space that supports their health and well-being, (3) the basic items needed to stay safe and warm, and (4) access to education when the normal structures are no longer available to them. 

PIN has secured an 11 month Educations in Emergencies project funded by the Afghanistan Humanitarian Fund. The project will establish temporary learning spaces to 2400 children in crisis affected communities in Kabul providing access to recreational activities, psychosocial support and basic educational course in line with EIEWG standards.

Job Description:

Purpose of the Role

The purpose of the Project Officer (PO) role will be to work closely with the Project Manager and two other Field Officers to support the technical and administrative delivery of the project and its results, in line with the project workplan, proposal, AHF standards and PIN policies, procedures and quality standards. The PO will be the lead coordinating officer in field and be responsible for supporting the capacity strengthening of the Field Officers in fulfilling their roles.

Responsibilities and Duties

  1. Technical Project Delivery   
  • Support the PM in; introducing the project to key stakeholders and authorities; gathering EIE materials from national authorities and partners and assist them in navigating the EIE systems and structures in Afghanistan.
  • Support the PM, or where necessary, lead communications with hub-school Head Teachers, municipal authorities, community leaders and CDCs to support acceptance and effective integration of project activities into local educational and community structures 
  • Be responsible for ensuring collation of information across all learning spaces, coordinating and supporting the Field Officers in collection and preparation of information, monitoring progress and risks and escalating issues to the Project Manager in a timely and appropriate manner.
  • With the Community Mobilizers, be responsible for continuation of authorities’ and communities’ acceptance and engagement with the project  activities, in the communities of designated responsibility, and escalate any risks or issues to the PM in good time
  • Work with the PM, Field Officers and Community Mobilizers to develop tailored, context appropriate learning materials, learning facilitator training programmes and materials, Shura learning materials and training programmes.
  • Contribute to timely reporting from the field ensuring quality, accuracy, and consistency with the project operating procedures and expected standards, being mindful of PINs CoC and Data Protection Policies. And ensuring collection of information is gathered in a transparent and respectful manner.
  • Monitor for shifts in attitudes towards EIE interventions within the communities being supported, and for emerging protection risks or actual protection issues.
  • Ensure communities are regularly informed about PINs Community Feedback and Response Mechanism, safeguarding and accountability messaging.
  1. Administration of Project Delivery
  • Support the PM in coordination of the Field Officers and Community Mobilizers to ensure the PM is notified of progress, challenges, risks and opportunities in good time. Participate in regular planning and progress meeti

    Job Requirements:

    Person Specification – Required Qualifications, Skills and Experience

    • Bachelor’s degree in relevant subject; education, social studies, management  
    • Minimum 3 years demonstrated experience implementing EIE projects in Afghanistan, ideally Kabul
    • Applied knowledge of the Afghan education system and structures
    • Proven experience working with education institutions and/or stakeholders in Afghanistan including MOE
    • Demonstrated experience working closely with crisis affected communities in urban settings – host and IDP
    • Demonstrated experience in administering assessments, distributions, and monitoring of activities
    • Proven ability in producing status reports, collating and sharing information with the PM in a timely manner
    • Applied understanding and experience of child protection, girls access to education and protection mainstreaming in EIE and humanitarian programming
    • Demonstrated patience, enthusiasm and strong personal skills with attention to detail, ability to follow procedures, meet deadlines and work both independently and cooperatively with team members.
    • Proven knowledge and respect of key humanitarian principles
    • Proven experience in conducting trainings and cascading knowledge and learning to colleagues and Learning facilitators
    • Demonstrated ability remain calm under pressure 
    • Computer skills (i.e. Microsoft word and excel) and ability to type in Pashto, Dari and English
    • Fluency and professional proficiency in Pashto, Dari and English
    • Team player and willingness to learn

    Submission Guideline:

    Submission Guideline:

    Application Process

    • Please submit CVs and Cover Letter outlining why you are interested in the position and how your skills and experience match the skills and qualifications required for this position.
    • Applications closing date: 30 November 2021 
    • Interested female eligible candidates are encouraged to apply. Only those candidates will be called for interview who meet the qualification and requirements for the mentioned position. 

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    Closing date will be 30.November.2021

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