Guard and Cleaner

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Post Date :2024-02-08 Close Date :2024-02-14
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Job location: NANGARHAR Organization: Moore Afghanistan
Nationality: Afghan Years of Experience: 2-4 Years
Category : Guard and Cleaner Contract Duration: 1.5 Months
Employment Type: Fixed Term Gender: Male
Salary: 500 USD Per Month Education: High School
Vacancy Number: 0621 Number of Available Positions: 1

About Moore Afghanistan :

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Job Summary :

Guard and Cleaner  

Job Requirements :

About your organization: 

UNDP Global Mission Statement:

UNDP is the UN’s global development network, an organization advocating for change and connecting countries to knowledge, experience, and resources to help people build a better life. UNDP is on the ground in about 170 countries and territories, working with national counterparts on solutions to global and national development challenges.

 UNDP Afghanistan Mission Statement:

UNDP has been working across Afghanistan for more than 50 years on challenges related to climate change and resilience, gender, governance, health, livelihoods and rule of law. Guided by the government and its Development Councils, our work is fully aligned with the Afghanistan National Peace and Development Framework and National Priority Programmes, and is carried out in close coordination with partner UN agencies under the One UN Framework. As the UN’s development network, we connect the Afghan government and people with the resources and information they need to drive their own development according to their own priorities, as well as to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals

Project background:

The Area-Based Approach to Development Emergency Initiatives (ABADEI) Strategy has been designed as a response to the ongoing crisis in Afghanistan upon a call of the UN Executive Committee Working Group for Afghanistan.

The ABADEI Strategy is a tailored area-based integrated programming approach to support basic human needs, complementing short-term humanitarian life-saving assistance with safeguarding livelihoods and strengthening community resilience. It is centered around addressing worsening poverty and vulnerability, supporting community resilience and social cohesion, and enabling the rehabilitation of small-scale infrastructure vital for basic human needs. It supports the creation of immediate sources of income through cash-for-work (CfW), cash- for- market (CfM), small businesses and livelihood opportunities with a particular focus on agri-business and regenerative agriculture infrastructure and services (critical for food security) that are under threat. It is sensitive to the chronic and newly emerging vulnerabilities and marginalisation of Afghan women and girls and aims at providing them assistance in a manner that does not exacerbate their susceptibility to violence and deprivation of opportunities and rights.

The ABADEI Strategy is grounded in partnerships in order to maximize synergies and capitalize on existing capacities at the local level. It draws inspiration from the One-UN concept by combining resources, experience and the collective knowledge of UN agencies and development partners. ABADEI interventions will complement the Humanitarian Response Plan (HRP) and seek to address, through a resilience- building approach, key humanitarian concerns such as food insecurity, emergency needs for essential goods and services, and the effects of displacement on IDPs, hosts and refugee returnees.

The value proposition of Area Based Programming (ABP), which forms the core of context-sensitive needs-based targeting of the ABADEI Strategy, lies in its contribution to preserving human, social, cultural and institutional capital in a context of multi–dimensional crisis. It recognizes that while life-saving humanitarian assistance is essential to address urgent needs, it must be simultaneously accompanied by measures to reduce further displacement and the rapid rise of the humanitarian caseload. The distinguishing feature of the area-based approach is that it is an integrated response that addresses multiple vulnerabilities simultaneously to avoid the socio-economic collapse of the country, in a context of severe instability.

In the volatile circumstances of crisis, the political, security and operational risks of delivering assistance in Afghanistan will remain substantial. The ABADEI Strategy is therefore grounded in a thorough risk analysis, informed by the UN’s work on the ground, that includes a review of socio-economic and conflict trends and identifies likely scenarios for the next 36 months. No analysis can eliminate risk, but this will help the UN to design its work in a risk-informed way and mitigate the risks of delivering assistance in this unpredictable context.

The Project will mainstream gender by applying three approaches, such as (i) facilitate women’s improved access to essential services and opportunities for community-based economic activities and skill development, as well as strengthen community resilience and social cohesion within all interventions as feasible; (ii) targeted interventions for women and girls that enable strengthening women’s agency, voice, participation, and support to alter the existing social relationship where women are in a weaker position and mitigate the risk of GBV through regular safety planning, (iii) Continuous advocacy efforts will be made at the community and different community formal and informal institutions and platforms through all programme outputs of ABADEI, as well as capitalizing social cohesion pillar. The Project will support community leaders to include diversity, inclusivity, equity, non-discrimination and equality principles in local activity planning, implementation, dispute resolution, and resource management. The Project will also dedicate activities to increase the use of gender-disaggregated data, gender analysis and access and to mainstream gender equality and empowerment into the procedures and processes for the design, selection, and implementation monitoring of community interventions.

The Project has gender-specific results and activities such as support to women MSMEs, women’s access to health, energy, and community-based-vocational training and increased opportunities for women, girls and survivors and at-risk women to participate actively in alternative livelihoods or income generation activities supported with cash-based interventions (CBIs). The gender-specific results will be measured with both qualitative and quantitative analysis. Sex-disaggregated data of the resulting framework will provide a basis to assess the gender results with regard to the changes at the level of women’s Agency and voices, changed relational dynamics, and changes in the structures, especially norms and social institutions.

Job Summary: 

Under the overall supervision of the UNDP-East Area Manager, the successful candidate will be responsible for the cleaning and protection of all the equipment of shimol project in the powerhouse and as well as in solar park.  The applicant is significant responsible under this vacancy. beside s/he will work in close cooperation with local authorities, community representatives, implementing partners and UNDP-East staff.

Duties and Responsibilities: 

• To ensure the safety and security of personnel, assets, and infrastructure at the hydro/solar project site and solar park.

• To prevent unauthorized access, theft, vandalism, and other security breaches.

• Conduct regular patrols of the project site to detect and deter any unauthorized activities.

• Monitor access points, including gates, fences, and other entry/exit areas.

• Respond to security alarms, incidents, and emergencies in a timely and professional manner.

• Report any security breaches, safety hazards, or suspicious activities to the designated authorities.

• Maintain accurate and detailed logs of security activities, incidents, and observations. Coordinate with project management and local law enforcement as necessary.

• Guards are responsible for monitoring and ensuring the security of the premises they are assigned to. This may include patrolling the area, checking surveillance cameras, and responding to alarms.

• Guards often control access to buildings or specific areas within a facility. They may check identification, issue visitor passes, and ensure that only authorized individuals enter restricted areas.

• In some settings, guards may also provide customer service by assisting visitors, answering inquiries, and providing information about the facility.

• Guards are responsible for the maintenance and proper use of security equipment, such as radios, surveillance cameras, and access control systems.

• Cleaners are responsible for maintaining cleanliness in their assigned areas, which may include offices, public spaces, restrooms, and other facilities. This involves tasks such as sweeping, mopping, vacuuming, dusting, and disinfecting surfaces.

• Cleaners often handle the collection, disposal, and recycling of waste. This includes emptying trash bins, sorting recyclables, and ensuring that waste removal complies with regulations.

• Cleaners may be responsible for restocking cleaning supplies and toiletries in restrooms and other designated areas.

Skills: 

Language:

• Excellent written and oral English skills a necessary requirement.

• Excellent spoken and verbal skills of Pashto and Dari languages required. 

Corporate Competencies:

• Demonstrates integrity by modelling the UN’s values and ethical standards.

• Displays cultural, gender, religion, race, nationality and age sensitivity and adaptability.

• Treats all people fairly without favoritism.

Functional Competencies: 

• Knowledge Management and Learning.

• In-depth practical knowledge of inter-disciplinary development issues.

• Seeks and applies knowledge, information, and best practices from within and outside of UNDP. 

Management and Leadership:

• Builds strong relationships with clients, focuses on impact and result for the client and responds positively to feedback.

• Consistently approaches work with energy and a positive, constructive attitude.

• Demonstrates openness to change and ability to manage complexities.

• Ability to lead effectively, mentoring as well as conflict resolution skills.

• Demonstrates strong oral and written communication skills.

• Remains calm, in control and good humoured even under pressure.

• Proven networking, team building, organizational and communication skills.

Qualifications

Years of experience:

• Minimum of 2-4 years of experience in cleaning, safety, protected and storing of project assets

Job Location: 

• Dare-i- Noor, Jalalabad

Education:

At least writing and reading skills in native language. 

Submission Guideline :

Qualified candidates should submit a Cover Letter and Resume through Jobs.af.

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