Canadian Women for Women in Afghanistan Job Postings

Canadian Women for Women in Afghanistan is looking for a:

Programs Manager:

This position will support management and planning for the three field Programs at CW4WAfghan: 1) Investing in Basic Education, which includes teacher education, school resources (science labs and libraries), and a community school for girls; 2) Community Literacy and Libraries, which focuses on out-of-school adult women and youth through the provision of literacy classes and libraries using our Afghanistan Reads model; and 3) Technology for Education, which includes our digital library of open educational resources, digital literacy education for schools and teachers, and related projects. The Programs Manager will support the Programs Director with managing key tasks for program management and development, with a focus on ensuring workflow efficiency and effectiveness. We are seeking a driven individual who is a process thinker, has an excellent work ethic, and is passionate about making the right to quality education a reality in a developing country affected by conflict.

Deadline: December 22nd 2016

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Workflow Consultant: 

CW4WAfghan invites individual applicants or firms to submit an application for this temporary contract to establish workflow systems for our charitable organization working in Canada and Afghanistan, to better streamline work tasks, organize team processes, increase efficiency, monitor outputs, track the progress of deliverables, and ensure accountability. The objective of this role is to optimize program results by establishing new, and/or improving existing systems for managing programs and overall operations.

Deadline: December 10th 2016

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Canadian Women for Women in Afghanistan (CW4WAfghan) is a member-based charitable organization founded in 1996, with twelve volunteer chapters across Canada. Through their network in Canada, CW4WAfghan members believe that individuals, as global citizens, working in solidarity and with integrity of purpose and action, can affect positive change in the world through education and the promotion of social justice and human rights. The organization’s mission is: Canadians taking action, in partnership with Afghan women, towards improving conditions of human rights, ending women’s oppression, and providing opportunities for Afghan women to live their lives with dignity, certainty and purpose. To learn more about their programs, click here.