OCB - Section Lead Mentor

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OCB - Section Lead Mentor
This position is a Pipeline position that is contingent upon availability and is located in Afghanistan.
Duties:
The Organizational Capacity Building (OCB) Section Lead Mentor/Communications Subject Matter Expert shall:
Work with the Section Lead (SL) and Deputy Section Lead (DSL) in advising and assisting Justice Sector Ministries and justice system actors in effectively performing their functions
Facilitate coordination between the SL and DSL with Justice Advisors, National Legal Advisors, Translators and Administrative Assistants to ensure all program deliverables are accomplished in a timely manner
Review, edit and advise the SL and DSL on preparation of weekly, monthly, quarterly and annual reports based on Statement of Work deliverables and funder requests
Assist the SL and DSL in effective coordination with the Chief of Team, Deputy Chief of Team-Advisors and Technical Director to complete the program work plan and other assigned tasks
Work with the SL and DSL to ensure that all administrative and managerial functions and tasks are completed efficiently and in a timely manner
Act as liaison for the SL and DSL in coordination and cooperation with international organizations working on related issues within Justice Sector Ministries and other relevant justice system institutions
Supervise and formally evaluate the performance of assigned personnel (e.g., International attorneys, Afghan National Legal Advisors (NLAs), Subject Matter Experts, translators, and administrative assistants)
Advise and assist counterparts in performing their functions, including developing policies, plans and projects
Help to manage international advisors and NLAs and ensure that their work is consistent
Identify needs within the Government of Afghanistan's ministries in conjunction with the international advisors and the Afghan Legal Consultants
Help to organize special projects
Help to coordinate donor efforts
Assist key departments in developing plans and projects to perform their functions and strengthen communications between central and provincial offices
Liaise with other offices and coordinate activities to achieve established objectives
File reports for activities and accomplishments on a weekly, monthly, quarterly, and annual basis, or as otherwise assigned
Establish and maintain relationships with key stakeholders including, but not limited to, local government officials, police and prosecutors, international organizations involved in the justice sector, Afghan organizations involved in the justice sector, and customary and traditional law actors
Prepare budgets, work plans, and statements of work, submit deliverables, conduct trainings, and insure timely submission of section timesheets, leave, and travel requests
Rapidly respond to requests for information from INL, PAE, and the US Embassy
Assist in improving organizational communication and reporting within the Attorney General's Office, Ministry of Justice, and Ministry of Women's Affairs, as well as interagency communication with Ministry of Finance and other justice institutions
Coordinate with JSSP embedded staff in identifying the shortcomings in the organizational communications structure or the capacity of the justice institutions. Develop an improvement plan in co-ordination with the justice institutions
Help the justice institutions conceptualize the elements of organizational communications management and best international practices
Develop training materials on organizational communications management based on international best practices with relevance to Afghanistan and any applicable Afghan laws
Conduct training in the justice institutions
Assist the justice institution in enhancing interdepartmental co-ordination
Develop capacity of the Afghan colleagues to foster transition
Provide regular reporting on work activities or other reports required by the project management
Perform any other duties as assigned
An Equal Opportunity Employer. PAE's hiring practices provide equal opportunity for employment without regard to race, religion, color, sex, gender, national origin, age, United States military veteran's status, ancestry, sexual orientation, marital status, family structure, medical condition including genetic characteristics or information, veteran status, or mental or physical disability so long as the essential functions of the job can be performed with or without reasonable accommodation, or any other protected category under federal, state, or local law.
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