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Grant and Reporting Manager - Kaboul, Afghanistan


Duration : 6 months
Start date : ASAP

Our work in Afghanistan  Salary & Benefits Living & Security conditions in this base


General description of the position

You will be in charge of the overall donors activities and  elaboration of donors documents in order to ensure the quality of  relationship with donors and the respect of reporting deadlines.


Main responsabilities

You will contribute to the development of the mission  programmatic strategy in relation with the Deputy Country Director (DCD)  - Programs and the Field Coordinators (FC): ensure donors  guidelines (known and respected by the missions' team like compliance,  reporting, etc.). Update donors' file (template, guidelines, all  relevant document) and train on project cycle management (PCM) the  coordination and field teams. Participate in the draft and preparation  of proposals. Act as focal point for the HQ on all matters related to  grant-related documents.


You will support  the elaboration of internal and donor reporting documents and ensure  the follow up of the mission’s reporting obligations in relation with  the Country Director (CD), the DCD and the FC: you will be responsible for the internal reporting and external reporting.


You  will follow up ACF Afghanistan contract monitoring and filing, and  ensure regular and efficient communication and information/document  sharing within the mission and with the HQ.


You will provide support to the Coordination team by  preparing and attending coordination meetings, prepare the mission's  Sitrep, and pdate the mission Welcome Package and share it with the HQ  (Pool and Recruitment team).


Do you fit the requested profile ?

You are flexible and team-oriented able to handle intense work pressure, tight deadlines and ad hoc demands. 

You are used to familiarise yourself with donor guidelines and takes pride in delivering consistent high quality work on time. 

You  appreciate the importance of being service-minded in your support to  the field, and you are also persistent and firm in your commitment to  strengthen quality, ensure compliance and manage risks.

You are  used to take initiative, operate with a high degree of independence and  enjoy the respect from colleagues due to your integrity as well as the  knowledge and hands-on experience that you will bring to the team.

You  have at least two years experience within the international  humanitarian sector directly engaged with project management cycle and  grants management (it will be preferable to have a field experience  working for an INGO).

You have full proficiency in spoken and written English.


Specific conditions / Salary

Contract6 months fixed term contract under French legislation

Salary and profits:

  • Monthly gross salary from 1 600€ to 1 975€ upon experience.
  • Per diem and living allowance: 383€ net  - paid in the field
  • + 12 % of monthly gross salary as country allowance
  • + 16% of monthly gross salary as reimbursement of retirement insurance for non-French citizen.

Transportation and accommodation:

  • Coverage of transportation costs to and in the mission.
  • Individual room in guesthouse covered

 Medical coverage100% coverage of medical expenses + repatriation insurance.

 Leaves and RnR

  • 25 days of paid leaves per year.
  • + 20 RnR per year.  
  • + 215 € at each RnR period (every 10 to 8 weeks).
  • Coverage of the transportation expenses to the RnR area of reference.

 Training: Free and unlimited access to the certifying e-learning platform Cross knowledge ©.


Work context

Presentation of the country: As a politically fragmented, natural disaster-prone nation, Afghanistan has long faced levels of chronic insecurity, internal displacement, and widespread poverty that has subjected its populations to ongoing hardships and recurring humanitarian crises. Communities remain food insecure for a range of reasons, from the cumulative impacts of multiple droughts, erratic climate shocks and seasonal flooding, a lack of infrastructure and limited access to markets. Although education and health have improved in urban areas, rural populations remain largely vulnerable to maternal and perinatal mortality and infant mortality and diseases, malnutrition being a major concern.


Presentation of the mission: In 2017, ACF implemented several integrated project in Nutrition and Health, WASH, FSL and MHCP responding to the needs of the most vulnerable in Helmand, Ghor and Kabul. Moreover, ACF extended its ERM approach into more provinces such as Helmand, Ghor, Daykundi, Nimroz and Bamyan. In Kabul, ACF focused its activities in Kabul Informal Settlements through a WASH and Nutrition project and in 26 Health Facilities via a Nutrition project, both aiming to reduce Acute Malnutrition. In Ghor, ACF secured an integrated long-term project to implement Nutrition, WASH and MHCP activities to prevent mother and child mortality and morbidity. In Helmand, ACF implemented three integrated projects in WASH and Nutrition, one also including MHCP. In November 2017, a new integrated project with Nutrition, FSL, WASH and MHCP activities targeting 47,881 beneficiaries (without double counting) started to be implemented.


Security, working and living conditions: ACF is operationally working in 3 bases: Kaboul, Helmand and Ghor with its coordination team located in Kaboul. In total, the Afghanistan mission counts 400 national staff and 12 international staff. Kaboul has a very cold winter (a cold allowance will be given if you work during this period), spring and autumn are very nice and summer is pretty hot. The expatriates share a guest house with internet, electricity, TV room, indoor sports room and garden including a badminton and volleyball field. A variety of restaurants, supermarkets and grocery shops where you can have access depending on security rules and situation. The context is highly volatile in Kaboul and security conditions can change very quickly. Thus, the movements are limited, walking outside is often  forbidden and a curfew is strictly imposed.


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