- Organization: RI
- Location: Afghanistan
- Type: Full Time
- Job Title: Programme Safety Acess Director
- Close on: N/A
The main purpose of the nonprofit organization Relief International is to lessen human suffering. Natural disasters, humanitarian crises, and persistent poverty all receive our attention. We are neither political nor religious. Relief International has a global board of directors who contribute an informed viewpoint to the communities we serve. Relief International has legal standing both in the United States as a not-for-profit 501(c)(3)organization and in the United Kingdom as a registered Charity. We have offices in 19 nations across Asia, Africa, and the Middle East. Relief International (RI) smoothly combines development and humanitarian initiatives so that each program addresses current problems while creating the foundation for long-term effects. Our distinctive strategy, known as the RI Way, prioritizes civic skills, local engagement, service integration, and strategic collaborations.
By doing this, we enable communities to develop and implement solutions that will benefit them and future generations.
About NGO-Programme Safety and Access Director
RI is looking for a Program Safety and Access Director (PSAD) in Afghanistan who will be in charge of implementing RI’s safety and risk management (SRM), overseeing safety and access policies and strategies, developing contextual analyses, building capacity within the Afghan offices safety and access teams, and creating and enforcing context-appropriate RIsafety protocols and procedures (SOPs) throughout RI’s field and program locations in Afghanistan. This role is situated in Kabul, Afghanistan, but spends a substantial amount of time traveling to field areas and giving advice and recommendations to RI’s Afghan Country Director.
In order to oversee activities in Afghanistan, the PSAD is expected to directly support the Country Director (CD) and Senior Management Team (SMT) for Afghanistan. Additionally, he or she should make sure to collaborate closely with colleagues, partners, communities, and peers to improve the capacity of the suboffices. He or she should also provide routine and prompt analysis and incident reports to the CD and the Regional Safety and Access Director (RSAD) Asia & Africa, deploy as necessary to assist Country Office teams and develop regionally consistent strategies for the management of safety and security.
NGO-Programme Safety and Access Director Requirements
- a master’s degree and relevant experience
- Minimum of six (6) years of experience in a comparable position with comparable duties in an NGO, UN organization or IO in high-risk country settings. Afghanistan experiences required
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