Work History

Work History
Aug 2014 - Present

IT Manager

AFGS (Afghan Fleet & Group Services)

•  Plan, organize, direct, control and evaluate the operations of information system and    electronic data processing.

•  Develop and implement policies and procedures for electronic data processing and        computer systems operations and development.

•  Design, develop, implement, administer and maintain computer and                                       telecommunications software, network and information systems.

  Operate and maintain a very high-tech network and information technology system.

•  Design, install, configure and maintain extensive firewall systems, WAN routers,                  Network and Security Servers...

May 2011 - Aug 2014

Deputy Project Manager (KSS Project) / IT Technical Lead

AFGS (Afghan Fleet & Group Services)
Responsible for delivering project against agreed scope, budget and schedule. Doing this whilst supervising and managing teams of multi-discipline employees. • Monitoring project risk and scope identify potential problems and proactively identifying solutions to address the problems in advance. • Planning technical and operational strategies and ensuring their implementation. • Escalating promptly any issue that may impact operations. • Producing stage plans, reports, risk logs, request for changes, etc. • Providing strategic directions during implementation stages. • Managing seniors’ expectations by ensuring the delivery of the highest quality of service. • Monitoring staff and team performance. • Managing technical process and resolving technical issues. • Documenting project requirements and dependencies. • Working with cross-functional project teams. • Leading teams across broad technical and managerial disciplines. • Focusing teams on project objectives and tracked progress to ensure project milestones were completed on time, on budget and with the desired results. • Defining processes and tools best suited to each project. • Creating detailed project plans, schedules and work breakdown structures.