Thinking of a Career in Emergency Management?
- BY Nicole Pelette
Our Programme & Protection Unit in NRC Afghanistan is looking for you! If you are a robust and aspiring Grants Manager or M&E Manager that is looking to transition to senior management positions, this could be what you've been looking for! The Head of Programme Support will deputize for the Head of Programme. This is an exciting opportunity to work in one of our biggest humanitarian operations.
Read below for details about the position and send us your application today.
Afghanistan remains a protracted and complex emergency. Conflict-induced displacement and recurrent natural disasters occur at the same time as ongoing return of Afghan refugees from Pakistan and Iran. The Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) established operations in Afghanistan in 2003 and is one of the leading humanitarian response agencies (particularly for Afghans who have felt forced to flee their homes due to conflict). We respond across Afghanistan, including in hard-to-access provinces, by providing Information, Counselling and Legal Assistance, Education, Shelter, Food & Livelihoods, Camp Management and Emergency programmes.. Maintaining a presence of 12 offices and over 1,000 staff around the country—notably in the country’s most troubled provinces, NRC Afghanistan operates a diverse grants portfolio, which is set to grow commensurate with the mounting humanitarian needs over the next three years as per our 2018-2020 strategy..
ABOUT THE POSITION:
With a strong focus on programme quality and support, the Head of Programme Support Unit will guide the development and continuous evolution of NRC Afghanistan’s grant portfolio and will be the PCM compliance/focal point. As delegated from the Head of Programme, the Head of Programme Support Unit will ensure a robust Monitoring and Evaluation system for the Country programme, and support management of partnerships and consortia.
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