Seefar is looking for a part-time Project Assistant to support a research project in Kabul and Nangarhar. This role will involve administrative, financial and logistical support of project activities.
This is a junior position and will be based in Kabul, Afghanistan.
As a Strategic Communications Assistant at Seefar, you will be helping some of the most vulnerable people in the world achieve better outcomes. You will also be working on some of the most important issues of our time, including rule of law, social inclusion, migration, human trafficking, modern slavery, violent extremism and gender-based violence. This role will work on various communication projects providing support for behaviour change campaigns, online engagement strategies, creative products, PR and media strategies, copywriting and branding efforts across a number of countries. Your attention to detail, creative talent and ability to deliver will be highly valued, as is your complete fluency in written and spoken English. You can live wherever you like. This is a long-term consultancy position with a possibility for extension.
The Operation Manager will be working under the supervision of the Director of Operations. In this role, you are responsible for administering/overseeing the compliance requirements of the company including accounting, reporting, taxes, and HR/payroll services. The role will be based in our office in Kabul, Afghanistan, and some travel may be required. The duration of the role is six months, with the possibility for an extension.
The Project Coordinator in Afghanistan will have responsibility for coordinating human trafficking, modern slavery, and migration related projects on the ground. You will recruit, train, supervise and lead a team under the guidance of senior leaders at Seefar. You will be the local face of the project, engage with stakeholders and enjoy being a valued member of the Seefar team. You will have demonstrated project management experience, preferably in the development sector; have thematic experience on, and a strong interest in, migration issues; have management experience; be a natural communicator and always responsive; are results focussed; and have complete fluency in English. This position is based in Afghanistan and is for an initial 12-month contract.
The Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Officer is central to the mission of the organization. You will be responsible to help design and deliver M&E services for programs in East Asia, South Asia, the Middle East, East Africa, North Africa, the Sahel and Europe. You will work on critical issues, including social inclusion, countering violent extremism, security/justice, migration, human trafficking and modern slavery. You will be responsible for monitoring and reporting on projects for internal and external stakeholders. Seefar employees are spread all over the world, and you can live wherever you like. The role will require annual travel opportunities.
This position can be based anywhere in the world.
A role for a credible professional with demonstrated experience in safety, security and risk management in the international development sector.
The successful candidate will be required to oversee and continuously improve our safety, security and risk processes while contributing to a strong internal culture on these issues. He or she will maintain a rigorous process focus but will have the strategic insight to tailor systems and procedures to different organisations and environments. You can live wherever you like and travel will be required.
This is a six-month (renewable) position for a Research Consultant who will help Seefar conduct migration research across North and West Africa. Your research outputs will help us inform programme and policy decisions to support people in mixed migration flows. Duties include quantitative and qualitative data collection and analysis, coordinating field research, basic project management, writing reports and producing insights for projects and donors in the region. You will be an experienced researcher with knowledge of migration, you have experience in managing field research and strong donor/client engagement skills. You can be based anywhere in the world, must be fluent in English and have good working knowledge of French (working knowledge of Arabic desirable). You will have the opportunity to travel in North and West Africa.
As an Intern at Seefar you will contribute to the monitoring and evaluation of Seefar’s global work on our key themes: displaced people, security and justice, preventing violent extremism, low-skill migration and combating human trafficking/modern slavery. Responsibilities will be set according to experience and background, and may include: support to the design and implementation of monitoring and evaluation of projects, data analysis, production of M&E outputs, administration of research projects. You will have thematic knowledge relevant to our programmes, and a good understanding of monitoring and evaluation and/or research processes in an academic or market research environment. Applicants who do not have subject matter expertise are encouraged to apply as long as they bring a keenness to develop professional research skills in those fields. This is a paid six-month internship. You can live wherever you like and must be fluent in English.
This is an entry-level role to support Seefar’s Migration Program to implement projects on some of the most important issues of our times, including refugees, displaced people, human trafficking and modern slavery. This role will provide administrative support and coordination to project and program teams around the world. The ideal candidate will be a highly organised, efficient and autonomous individual with the capacity to work on multiple projects at a time, as well as fluent in French. You can live wherever you like and travel might be required. Please note this is an internship and is expected to go for six months.
Seefar continues to grow. The Migration Program Coordinator will assist the Program Division to deliver all projects on time, to required quality standards and within budget. You can base yourself wherever you like and regular travel will be required. This is a consultancy position.
We are looking for a Research Coordinator who will manage our research projects in Kabul and Nangarhar. This role will involve project management activities, including planning and overseeing field research, managing the field teams, data collection, ensuring proper quality assurance and check-backs, and translation. This research will inform the design and implementation of a two-year project to increase social cohesion and resilience. The research will also serve as the baseline for research and monitoring and evaluation that will be ongoing throughout the project.
This role will be for a 6-month period, beginning in late January 2019. There is a high possibility that the role may be extended beyond the initial period.
Seefar is looking for an outstanding Communications Consultant to help manage and implement a migration communications campaign in Niger. This is a new project and you will be closely involved in both the start-up and implementation of the campaign. This is a full-time position for 14 months, starting in February 2019. You can live wherever you like. You will need to be available to start in February to be considered for the role, and to be fluent in both written and spoken French and English. Some travel to Niger might be required.
As a Fundraising Assistant at Seefar you will be helping Seefar raise funds to implement activities on some of the most important issues of our time, including security and justice, migration and social inclusion. Your role will include liaising with partners, coordinating tender responses, preparing bids and working with program personnel. The ideal candidate will be a highly organised, efficient and autonomous individual with the capacity to work on multiple projects at the same time. You can be based anywhere in the world, must be fluent in English and will have the opportunity to travel. This is a 12 months consultant position.
The Social Inclusion Program Officer is a new position, which will initially entail responsibility for implementing Seefar’s Social Inclusion activities in Afghanistan. You will: be an excellent project manager with a strong interest in migration, social integration, justice and/or community development issues. You will manage our Afghanistan project team to deliver results for vulnerable communities, so you will be responsive and results-focussed. You will be responsible for donor liaison so you will be a natural communicator with fluency in English. Project planning and management should come naturally, and you should be smart, intrinsically motivated, worldly, interested in hard challenges and highly flexible and efficient.
This is a consultancy position, based in Kabul. Highly qualified Afghan nationals are particularly encouraged to apply.
Please note, this position has been revised from an original vacancy, previous applicants who meet the shortlisting requirements will be invited to interview on the basis of the new terms of reference.
The Office Manager will be working under dual supervision of the Country Manager – Afghanistan and Director of Operations. In this role you are responsible for administering/overseeing the compliance requirements of the company including accounting, reporting, taxes, and HR/payroll services. The role will be based in our office in Kabul, Afghanistan, and some travel may be required. The duration of the role is six months.