Provincial Master Trainer (PMT)

Provincial Master Trainer (PMT)

Job Information:

Job Category: Capacity building
Education: Bachelor degree in science, business administration, or other related field
Vacancy Number: HiH-AF 013/19
Position Title: Provincial Master Trainer (PMT)
Organization: Hand in Hand Afghanistan
Duty Station: Samangan & Sar I Pul provinces
Duration: Project Base (Three years)
Gender: Female & Male
Salary Range: Based on the organization salary scale
Announcing Date: May 01, 2019
Closing Date: May 15, 2019
Nationality: Afghan
Number of Position: 2
Job Status: Interviewing
Job Type: Full Time 07:30 AM – 04:30 PM
Experience: 4 years’ relevant experiences


Hand in Hand Afghanistan (HiH Af) is a not-for-profit organization based in Afghanistan. It started operations in 2007. HiH Af is part of the international Hand in Hand (HiH) network of independent organizations, working together towards a shared vision to alleviate poverty through job creation. The overall Hand in Hand mission is to promote the economic and social empowerment of women, by supporting the creation of sustainable enterprises, improved livelihoods and jobs.

Hand in Hand Afghanistan has implemented projects funded by DFID, European Commission, CAFOD, WFP, GIZ, USAID, Sida, Australian Embassy in Kabul ,Hilti Foundation and Hand in Hand International through its main office in Kabul and regional office in Mazar-e-Sharif.


The Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, Ministry of Rural Rehabilitation and Development (MRRD) will implement Women Economic Empowerment Rural Development Program (WEE-RDP) in 76 districts covering all 34 provinces of Afghanistan. WEE-RDP promotes women’s economic empowerment through strong financially sustainable and self-managed community institutions, improved income, sustainable enterprises, and developing increased access to finance and markets.

Hand in Hand Afghanistan is shortlisted to submit a proposal as Facilitating Partner (FP) to Provide Implementation Support for Community Mobilization and Institutions Development for Sare-e-Pul and Samangan Provinces.

In advertising this position, Hand in Hand is aiming to identify and select a qualified candidate for the above mentioned position, his/ her CV will become part of a bid for WEE-RDP proposal. The selected candidate will be awarded the contract if the proposal is accepted and the candidate is also approved by the donor.


Key Responsibilities:

The Provincial master trainer would be responsible for coordination of all training activities at provincial level, planning, budgeting, quality control, data collection, conducting TOTs to program team by cooperation of technical units of WEE-RDP in the province.

  • Conduct and deliver the training programs and TOT at provincial or district level for SOs (Social Organizers) and VFs (Village Facilitators).
  • Check the quality of training materials (hand-outs, trainer guides and posters), methodologies, agenda, time management and preparations for those trainings which are going to be conducted to beneficiaries by program team

Job Requirement:

  • Bachelor degree in science, business administration, or other related field is required
  • Additional training in adult education, or techniques in professional development;
  • 4 years’ relevant experiences of working as trainer, master trainer or working on the development and implementation/delivering of training programs for an NGO, consultancy, or public entity.

Submission Guidelines:

Interested applicant should submit his/ her application comprises of one page cover letter explaining his / her interest and suitability for the position along with updated CV.

The application should send via email to: and, please note that, applications received after the closing date (May 15, 2019) will not be considered. Only shortlisted candidates whose application meets the above criteria will be contacted for interview.

Note: Please clearly indicate the vacancy announcement number and the location of the position you have applied for in subject line of your email.

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