Provide communication and coordination between the central and provincial offices of the administration, in order to accelerate the implementation, achieve the goals, mutual accountability and provide effective services.
|Organization||Ministry of Mines and Petroleum|
|No. of Opportunity||1|
|Gender||Male and female|
|Salary||As Organization Salary scale|
|Job Title||Provincial Affairs Coordination Department|
|Experience||At least three years for a bachelor’s degree, two years for a master’s degree, and one year for a doctorate.|
Qualifications and job responsibilities
- Coordinate and address the problems, demands, and suggestions of provincial offices for the effective implementation of mining work plans in the provinces.
- Ensure that explanations of policies, guidelines, and guidance of the leadership of the department are sent to the officials of the provincial offices, in order to implement the programs and provide better services.
- Provide the necessary communication and coordination with the provincial offices, in order to timely review the complaints received by the staff and submit a report on the implementation and non-implementation of approvals.
- Ensure the necessary coordination in order to facilitate the official travel of officials and officials to provincial offices.
- Monitoring the implementation of guidelines, guidelines, and reporting systems at the provincial level to expedite activities.
- Preparation of monthly, quarterly and annual work plan in accordance with the general plan of the department, in order to achieve the objectives set by the department;
- Accounting of work performance and ensuring transparency in the relevant department in accordance with the applicable laws of the country;
- Transfer of professional skills through workshops, seminars, and workflow training to affected employees;
- Identify and propose budget requirements based on the annual work plan of the relevant department;
- Achieving the goals and programs of the Afghanistan National Peace and Development Strategy and the National Anti-Corruption Strategy in the relevant field of work;
- Observing and ensuring the implementation of the Administrative Enforcement Law, the Law on the Prevention of Harassment of Women and Children, and the Code of Conduct in the Relevant Work Area;
- Lead and provide the requested information accurately and in a timely manner on how to implement the affected departments to the information authority of the Office in accordance with the Law on Access to Information;
- Leadership, management, performance appraisal, training needs and capacity building of staff and affected departments;
- Submitting monthly, quarterly and annual reports and, if necessary, the activities and achievements of the relevant department, in order to inform the leadership of the department;
- Perform other duties assigned by the competent authorities in accordance with the laws, regulations, and objectives of the department.
Field of Study
- Have at least a bachelor’s degree in one of the disciplines (Communication, Public Relations, Public Administration, Public Policy, Business Administration, Social Sciences, Governance, International Relations, Basic Development, Public Management) and other related disciplines from national educational institutions And internationally, domestically or abroad, higher degrees are preferred in the above-mentioned fields.
Managerial or specialized in one of the departments (coordination, communication, public relations) or other items listed in the specialized duties in this bill of duties from inside or outside the country, at least three years for a bachelor, two years for a master and one year for a doctorate
- Fluency in one of the official languages (Pashto or Dari) and English;
- Computer skills in task-related programs;
- Necessary skills in leadership, communication, and decision-making.