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The Assistant Field Officer (AFO) Wana, will be assisting the Wana,South Waziristan team in different phases of grant designing, developing and the implemention of program activities in his area of responsibility. The Assistant Field Officer will be required to travel extensively to the ongoing program activities in his AOR. 

Specific Duties and Responsibilities

  • To develop relationships with relevant stakeholders, including but not limited to Government departments and local levels, community, tribal elders, local organizations and communities.
  • Monitor and report daily to the team leader on the day to day project activities.
  • Will be responsible to take and keep records of all grant related photos including the different phases ofimplementation (Before, During and After)
  • Responsible to provide daily report on all the POCs comments, quotes and grant related success stories.
  • Responsible to arrange and conduct community (POC or TOC) meetings for prioritization and implementationof different grants.
  • To identify and report the different grant related issues to the team leader.
  • Identify potential communities, provide and/or arrange for technical assistance to them as required.
  • To actively participate in grant bidding process with other team members.
  • To keep all records of documents regarding different phases of grant implementation.

Qualifications and Experience 

  • Should be a graduate with good communication skills.
  • An Assistant Field Officer must have a minimum of two years experience working with government or development organization. Know how of the development-type projects. He should have experience in community participation and consultative-type projects. 
  • Local candidates of South Waziristan and adjacent areas will be preffered

Language:

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





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