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General Functions 

Under the overall supervision of the Program Manager and in close coordination with the Field Ops Unit and in the direct supervision of the Agency-based Agency Development Officer (ADO), the DADO’s primary responsibility is to manage the implementation of the Program activities in his area of responsibility. Other key responsibilities include participating in project design, development, and monitoring. 

 The DADO will be required to travel extensively throughout his respective Agency.

 

Specific duties and responsibilities 

 

  • Assist the ADO in the design and development of individual projects.  During the project development process, the DADO develops project plan and prepares to take over project implementation management once the project is awarded. 
  • Work with program counterparts  to develop work plans for the implementation of individual projects.  The DADO is responsible for the maintenance of project management policies, procedures and practices. 
  • Work with communities and other relevant government structures to mobilize local resources (community contributions and government resources) to implement project activities.  Successful implementation should include on-going consultative processes, and government and community involvement in all phases. 
  • Report to ADO project implementation difficulties/problems and, as appropriate, suggest solutions.
  • Manage project close out processes, to include participation in evaluation of individual projects.
  • Advise theADOand senior program management on methodologies to improve project implementation.
  • Use the program Activity Database for project tracking and reporting. 
  • Assist the ADO in administering office operations at the Agency level. These responsibilities may include managing and coordinating the payment of monthly bills, overseeing office filing systems, and tracking non-expendable supplies.
  • Assist the ADO in administering office operations at the Agency level. These responsibilities may include managing petty cash, coordinating the payment of monthly bills, overseeing office filing systems, and tracking non-expendable supplies.
  • Supervise the AFOs and assign tasks for effective management of the grants idea implementation.
  • Assist and coordination with the M&E team in grants monitoring and evaluation in the field.
  • Resolution of community complaints and conflicts during grant implementation stage.

 

Qualifications and Experience

 

  • Bachelors Degree in Social Sciences or equivalent. 
  • The DADO will have 3 years experience in activity management and budgeting in rural environments. This will include experience following through with activities to assure that procurement, finance, logistics, and programmatic aspects of the activities are being implemented on-time and in accordance with the specifications of the approved activity.

 

 

Languages

 

Thorough knowledge of English; working knowledge of Pashtu, or other languages spoken in the region will be an advantage.









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