10 jobs as Supervisor-BPPS’ Positions by MSI-AMELA Afghanistan

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Opportunity Description

10 jobs as Supervisor-BPPS’ Positions by MSI-AMELA Afghanistan

Field Supervisor, Baseline Public Perception Survey (BPPS) Afghanistan Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning Activity (AMELA), Afghanistan

MSI, a corporation named Tetra Tech, is a Washington, D.C. Metro region International Development Company with 35-year experience of achieving sustainable development outcomes. MSI ‘s main expertise lies in monitoring and evaluation (M&E), institutional growth, management of the public sector, governance, and anti-corruption areas. MSI has carried out programs in 90 countries worldwide and has collaborated with several foreign organizations such as UNDP, USAID, and the World Bank



  • Opportunity type: Salary Based
  • Opportunity: Job
  • Location: Afghanistan
  • City: Multi-City
  • Gender: Male and Female
  • Organization: MSI
  • Position Title: Supervisor
  • Vacancy No: AMELA-KBL-023
  • Available job: 10
  • Work experience: 2 years
  • Deadline: 8 August 2020


Job Locations

  1. Balkh
  2. Faryab
  3. Ghazni
  4. Helmand
  5. Herat
  6. Kabul
  7. Kandahar
  8. Kunduz
  9. Nangarhar
  10. Takhar

Opportunity Description

AMELA ‘s objective is to provide monitoring, assessment, and learning support services/assistance to facilitate the implementation of USAID development programs in Afghanistan, and to build the awareness and skills of USAID / Afghanistan Mission staff and stakeholders in technical M&E activities. In addition, the programs provided under AMELA would continue to sustain USAID / Afghanistan as a successful development agency with effective learning processes and innovative management. The aim of the Baseline Public Perception Survey (BPPS) is to assess the U.S. Agency for International Development’s (USAID) Afghan perceptions and Agency contributions to Afghanistan’s development.


  • Participate in a monitoring refresher training
  • Accompany the survey firm enumerators into districts to monitor their primary data collection efforts
  • Call beneficiaries to verify that they were interviewed
  • Write reports of monitoring activities, including identifying any data quality issues
  • Potentially support in the basic translation of notes from Dari/Pashto to English



  • High school degree required
  • A minimum of two years of work experience in monitoring
  • Willingness to travel to different districts within the provinces listed above
  • Ability to speak English and Dari or Pashto required


How to apply

MSI specializes in recruiting an inclusive workforce. Please e-mail  if you would like to request appropriate accommodation during the application process

Submission Email: [email protected]

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