Tetra Tech

Component Lead (Case Management System)

Tetra Tech

Job Description

Tetra Tech International Development Services headquartered in Arlington, VA is currently accepting expressions of interest from qualified candidates to be considered for Component Lead of the Case Management System (CMS) component on the INL funded Justice Sector Support Program (JSSP) in Kabul, Afghanistan.

The primary goal is the development of the Case Management System, an online application designed to track criminal and civil cases in Afghanistan. The program is designed to bring transparency to the justice system in Afghanistan.

The position is located in Dubai, UAE and requires familiarity with the Afghan legal system or a similar case/country.

The Component Lead will oversee US and Afghanistan based Advisor and application development teams. The Component Lead will be advising and assisting with the management of the current CMS application and the development and implementation of the CMS version 2.0, including transition of the use of the current CMS application to the CMS 2.0 and the migration of data in the CMS to CMS 2.0 Duties include:
  • Supervise the CMS Subject Matter Advisor, Section Lead (SL), Deputy Section Lead (DSL), CMS Senior Advisor, and the US and Afghanistan-based application development teams in advising and assisting with the management of the current CMS application and the development, transition to, and implementation of the CMS version 2.0
  • Provide direct Technical Support and expertise in furthering CMS advancement and achieving related JSSP deliverables and programmatic objectives
  • Advise and assist justice institution stakeholders, including the CMS Monitoring Board, Justice Sector Policy Group and case management offices on the development of a caseflow management strategy and policies and procedures for the use of the current CMS and CMS 2.0 applications to support caseflow management
  • Draft and edit CMS-related reports and deliverables, including project success stories
  • Advise and assist counterparts in performing their functions related to the use of the CMS application, including to successfully transition from CMS to CMS 2.0 and to transfer responsibility for the Administration and maintenance of the CMS to the Government of Afghanistan (GOA)
  • Oversee the implementation of the CMS office workload, electrical situation assessments, and internet service assessments
  • Oversee the creation of role-based CMS training materials and implementation of pilot programs
  • In conjunction with international and Afghan advisors, identify needs within the GOA’s justice institutions to successfully transition the CMS
  • Establish and maintain relationships with key stakeholders including, but not limited to, Local Government officials, police and prosecutors, members of the judiciary, international organizations and Afghan organizations involved in the justice sector, and customary and traditional Law actors
  • Rapidly respond to requests for information from INL/K and INL/AP
  • Attend CMS related meetings and other meetings as required
  • Ensure the CMS project is running properly, and that CMS related milestones are achieved on time, within cost, and to expected quality
  • Motivate CMS team members to encourage the GOA officials to utilize CMS reports
  • Assist in identifying and screening short-term and long-term candidates for CMS
  • Perform other duties as assigned
Essential Qualifications and Competencies:

  • A minimum of 10 years of professional experience, including relevant leadership experience
  • A minimum of four years’ substantive experience in a field relevant to their position
  • A minimum of two years’ international experience, including development programs
  • Bachelor’s degree required, master’s degree or juris doctor from an accredited institution preferred
  • The candidate should demonstrate a comprehensive understanding of the Afghan governmental structure and processes excellent communication skills, including public speaking and writing
  • Experience developing positive, professional relationships with clients, colleagues, or business partners. Interpersonal skills are tremendously important as SMAs will be the primary interlocutors with Afghan government officials, and must set a positive, motivating and constructive tone for mentees/advisees. Superior interpersonal skills shall be understood to include the ability to interact in a constructive, cooperative, and harmonious manner; to work effectively as a team player; to establish positive relationships and gain the confidence of others
  • The ability to work effectively in a fast-paced, stressful environment. In addition, he or she must be flexible, willing to perform other duties and work irregular hours
  • Provide past professional or personal experience that demonstrates an ability to work creatively and effectively in stressful situations while maintaining a positive attitude
* Must be an American National (AN) or Third Country National (TCN); * Ability to obtain a Moderate Risk Public Trust (MRPT) Clearance required.

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