About HEDP / MoHE
Afghan policy makers perceive higher education as a vital engine of growth and development. The higher education system produces a pool of high level human resources, including policy makers, administrators, managers, entrepreneurs, engineers, medical personnel, highly skilled technicians, as well as qualified teachers and academics, that are essential for economic development. The availability of such a pool of well-educated human resources will be of central importance for the overall future development of the country. Recognizing this, the Government of Afghanistan and the World Bank (WB) have agreed to support the higher education sector through a Higher Education Operation that will succeed the previous Strengthening Higher Education Project (SHEP). The new Higher Education Development Project (HEDP) will support the overall Government’s own effort to expand and strengthen its higher education sector.
The proposed project contains two components: (1) A program component that finances strategic initiatives to develop the higher education sector. The strategic initiatives are (a) increasing participation in universities in priority degree programs for national economic development, (b) modernizing and enhancing the quality and relevance of teaching and learning; (c) expanding the professional qualifications and skills of academic and technical staff; (d) strengthening governance, quality assurance and accreditation; and (e) stimulating development orientated research. And (2) a program operations and technical support component that would support project coordination, implementation, monitoring and evaluation, research activities, human resource development for academic managers and administrative and technical staff, policy studies, beneficiary satisfaction surveys, communications and policy dialogues. The Director of the Operations and Monitoring Support Team (OMST) in the Ministry of Higher Education (MoHE) will coordinate and facilitate the implementation of HEDP in close collaboration with its relevant departments.
OPERATIONS AND MONITORING SUPPORT TEAM
Support under OMST will cover coordination, technical assistance (TA), monitoring and evaluation, research and policy studies, and communication. The technical assistance and capacity building activities of this component will assist the MoHE to implement the development initiatives of the NHESP-II. Policy studies could include tracer studies of graduates to analyze their job search and labor market experience, as well as beneficiary satisfaction surveys of staff and students of institutions and programs supported by HEDP. Resources for communication would enable higher education authorities to disseminate development initiatives to political authorities, policy makers, academics, students, and the general public. The team would help MoHE to fine tune policy reforms, such as piloting and evaluating innovative approaches to promote female enrolment in priority programs. Component 2 of the Projectwill also finance the incremental operating costs of an Operations and Monitoring Support Team (OMST) in the MoHE.
Design high and low voltage systems of electricity of universities and MoHE units, design universities’ electricity power junctions, design external power systems of universities, design standard alarm and internet systems.
|Date Posted:||15 Jan 2017||Reference:||HEDP/MoHE/003|
|Closing Date:||04 Feb 2017||Work Type:||Full Time|
|Number of Vacancies:||1||Gender:||Females/Males|
|Functional Area:||Electrical Engineering||Open Ended:||NO|
|Nationality:||Afghan||Salary Range:||As per NTA Salary Scale Policy|
|Contract Type:||Short Term||Years of Experience:||5 Year(s)|
|Contract Duration:||0 Year(s) & 0 Month(s)||Extension Possibility:||No|
|Probation Period:||3 Months|
Duties and Responsibilities
- Preparation of monthly, quarterly and annual work plan in accordance with the annual plan of Planning and Policy Department in order to achieve the goals set out in National Higher Education Strategic Plan (NHESP),l.
2. Design high and low voltage systems of electricity of universities and MoHE units, design universities’ electricity power junctions, design external power systems of universities, design standard alarm and internet systems,
3. Prepare high and low voltage maps using computer programs and coordinate them with the policy and planning department.
4. Monitor the electricity system of MoHE projects in Kabul and provinces
5. Provide technical and professional feedback to the monitoring and evaluation unit of planning and policy department,
6. Solve technical problems of electricity in all projects of MoHE,
7. Establish coordination with all relevant units,
8. Prepare BoQs and work volumes, first estimation and second estimation of electricity related works of all MoHE projects,
9. Any other relevant assignments given by the planning and policy director or head of projects’ monitoring and evaluation unit.
Travels to Provinces
Require Travels to Provinces
Administration and management, ability to use relevant softwares, high skill in AutoCAD, knowledge of office programs, ability to read and write in national languages and English language.
Bachelor degree in electrical engineering, higher degrees will be preferred.
Afghanistan – Kabul: PROVINCIAL CENTER (KABUL)
Bachelors Degree, Electrical Engineering
Interested national candidates should submit their applications in writing to Administration & HR Department Higher Education Development Program (HEDP) at the Ministry of Higher Education located in Karta-e-4, MoHE, Kabul, Afghanistan or e-mail their application (indicating in the subject line the Vacancy Announcement number and the title of the post applied to) to the Following email address.
Only short-listed candidates whose applications correspond to the above criteria will be contacted for written test / interview, Females are highly encouraged to apply.