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Job Ref: 23308 – PMU Provincial Engineer Khost position with TISIKA-East in Khost

Under the general supervision from the Senior Technical Advisor (Engineering Manager) and reporting to the Khost Provincial Management Unit Director, the Provincial Engineer is responsible for assisting Provincial and District entities in developing and implementing community infrastructure projects, including planning, feasibility/constructability reviews, procurement, scheduling, and construction management, QA/QC. This work will include development and delivery of infrastructure related capacity building training and assuring successful project completions. The Provincial Engineer will also be responsible for professional/technical engineering, engineering design and review, standards, survey work, inspections, GIS supervision and applications, CAD, management of the District Engineer, advising and mentoring counterparts in construction project management and other engineering efforts.

The Khost Provincial Engineer will receive an annual Training and Enrichment Plan (TEP) with quarterly assessments of assistance and progress from his/her supervisor outlining the types of capacity building and mentoring the employee will receive from the supervisor during the year. The TEP is to be given to the employee for his/her review, allowing for collaborative revisions based on the employees personal professional goals, in line with the overarching programmatic goals.

The Khost Provincial Engineer will be responsible for developing a TEP for each employee under his/her direct supervision. He/she will revise each employees TEP at the start of year, with collaboration from the employee and, if needed, the Engineering Manager. The Khost Provincial Engineer will plan trainings, courses, and mentoring activities that provide beneficial guidance and opportunities for professional growth of the district engineering staff. The Khost Provincial Engineer will make a conscious effort to include his/her supervisees in decision-making conversations and strive to work as collaboratively as possible as a Unit.

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