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Save The Children

  • Driver
  • 3 years
  • Adama

The Driver is accountable for ensuring safe and efficient driving in Adama and in project areas. Provides transport service to SCI staff members, visitors or daily errands as assigned by the supervisor. Prepare and submit monthly vehicle usage reports to his immediate boss. Keep up to date data on fuel consumption. Use log sheets for the day to day movement and should be familiar with the safety and security guidelines of Save the Children International. Job-specific roles and responsibilities Provide Driving Services Receiving the vehicle with its accessories by hand-over documents and signs hand-over formats for receipt of the vehicle with its accessories Providing driving services to the Coordinators, managers, staff members, visitors and guests from head Office Handles clients with due care and respect. Respects the faith and culture of different communities Respects the rules and regulations of departure and arrival hours according to logistic manual Handles confidential matters with due care and in consultation with senior staff. Maintains records of logbook for all journeys undertaken, fuel consumed, repair costs and ensures the logbook is available for inspection at any time Before starting the vehicle’s engine each day, checks the level of engine oil, radiator, and windscreen washer water are adequate, etc On a weekly basis, checks the level of brake and clutch oil, battery water and the pressure of tires is at the proper levels, and also ensures that all lights and indicators are working properly Ensures that the assigned vehicle is not driven by another person unless authorized When assigned, assists in local purchasing/expediting activities Maintaining all safety and security measures to the vehicle under his/her care. Ensuring that the vehicle assigned to him/her is clean, fuelled, lubricated and regularly serviced as per schedule. Keeps all tools and reserve tire with due care. Handles the vehicle and other related accessories and materials with due care Cleans seat belts each day and wears the same all times and insists all passengers to do the same Carry out minor vehicle maintenance at specified intervals and keep thorough maintenance logos for each vehicle. Have the SCI logo visibly displayed on all SCI vehicles, except where this would jeopardize staff safety or be inappropriate to specific local circumstances. Park in safe and secure areas all SCI vehicles during working and nonworking hours. Parks the vehicle in a safe place during the night. Undertakes minor repair of the vehicle Job Requirements Completion of 12th grade or 10th grade with the current educational system Own at least third-grade valid driving license. Trained in Safety and Security At least 3 years of work experience in International NGOs with a clean driving record. Willingness to work over weekends, holidays and harsh climatic situations. Knowledge of basic computer skills is an asset. Experience in vehicle maintenance Excellent inter-personal skills and ability to work effectively in difficult environments Good English is written and oral communication skills Commitment to SCI’s aims, values, and principles SKILLS AND ABILITIES Ability and willingness to travel to field sites and work in remote locations, often for prolonged periods of time Highly developed interpersonal and communication skills including influencing, negotiation, and coaching Highly developed cultural awareness and ability to work well in an international environment with people from diverse backgrounds and cultures Strong results orientation, with the ability to challenge existing mindsets Ability to present complex information in a succinct and compelling manner Ability and willingness to dramatically change work practices and hours, and work with incoming surge teams, in the event of emergencies Fluency in English, and other national/local languages both verbal and written essential Commitment to Save the Children values

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Medecins Sans Frontieres Spain

  • SPECIALIZED NURSE/TCC focal Point - Supervisor
  • 2 years
  • Addis Ababa

Provide nursing care and general management/organization at the MSF Therapeutic and Counselling Centre –TCC- according to MSF protocols and practices, TCC regulations and operational guidelines. Universal hygiene standards-precautions are applied in order to ensure quality and continuity of care for MSF beneficiaries according to project scope and limitations. Knowing, promoting, implementing and following up the universal hygiene standards/ precautions and general hygiene and cleaning are properly performed at TCC. Bio-hazard prevention and infection control, security rules and other protocols and procedures in the TCC premises are implemented ensuring high standards of hygiene of the working environment. Respecting medical secrets and confidentiality at all times. Provide to the patient's treatment plan for psychiatrist cases as well as to other medical cases according to GP Psychiatry Focal Point prescriptions or clinical officer prescriptions. Assisting patients according to their particular conditions. Implementation of daily rounds to check the patient’s conditions and administer medication. Develop and provide health education to patients regularly. Identifying Sexually Gender-Based Violence victims and referring them to MSF clinical officer and Psychologist making sure they access the care as per MSF SV protocols; thereafter following these patients’ up after receiving the first SV care. Post Exposure Prophylaxis (PEP) Kit is applied as per MSF protocol. Report any patient deterioration to the treating MSF GP/Clinical officer or to Psychologist as well as when there is no the resolution of medical complains for patients at TCC. Manage the storage at the TCC and do regular stock request to project Log supervisor to replenish the used stock to make sure TCC runs smoothly and the stock is used with rationality. Regular inventory of stock and equipment in use is done every month and reported to PMR/Project Coordinator. Organize in daily basis patient’s transport through the social worker and Log supervisor whenever the patients are discharged including those ones who stay at the pension. Liaise with Nursing team supervisor and Log Supervisor to organize the transport of patients who require a medical appointment at the referral facilities on a daily basis. Manage and supervise the MSF Cleaning staff at TCC and follow all MSF HR-related regulations such as PMS, internal regulations and health policies for staff. MSF Section/Context Specific Accountabilities hygienic care is got sensitized and respect the hygiene rules at TCC. Make sure all TCC rules and regulations, and operational guidelines are understood and respected by patients and MSF staff. Stock cards are updated at least once a week and any mismatch between psychical stock and theoretical stock is reported to PMR. Ensure interdisciplinary care with fluent and collaborative preparation of the care plan for each patient SoIT admitted at TCC and report any difficulty to the MHS or to the General Practitioner Dr. Carrying out admission of patients, record patients’ length of stay on a daily basis after they are discharged. Carrying and supervising administrative procedures and documents (filling in patient’s files, forms, medication consumption, statistics, registers, health files, as well as ensuring appropriate management of TCC stock as per supply procedures.). Ensuring an appropriate reception in written/oral from the psychiatrist nurse and make sure that all is set for patients continuation of care every afternoon after finishing her duty at TCC. Reporting any problematic situations and cases that may arise to MHs and MHAM for MH patients care-related issues. Administer medication and monitor evolution of psychiatric cases as well as other medical cases and report any patients’ changes or complaints to General Practitioner Dr. Participating in data collection and reporting as per project needs. Participating regularly in department-related meetings and project meetings. Ensure safe and reliable system to manage all medication available at TCC, its functioning, conditions, follow-up of expired drugs, stock inventories in a monthly basis, and establish special control measures to manage and administer psychotropic medication as per GP or psychiatrist Dr. prescription. Check that patient’s meals are delivered on time to patients at TCC and liaise with NTS and Log Supervisor to send the meals for patients at the pension in a timely manner. Ensuring teamwork and adherence to all appropriate protocols and procedures to make sure the smooth operation of MSF Therapeutic and Counselling Centre. Ensure medical competence by continued professional development, reading of training guidelines and get active usage of MSF applications like TEMBO or any training opportunity offered in or out of MSF. Administratively professional and respectful to address challenges in regards to Human Resources or other challenges encountered in his duty, ensuring assertive communication to his/her supervisors, managers and all other team colleagues in order to favour a conducive work environment. Respecting communication lines within MSF to address any challenges encountered during his work duty avoiding jumping up to Head of Mission, MedCo, HrCo or other mission coordinators regardless of the sharing of space at the office. Be proactive in reporting team and patients needs and finding solutions to carry out an appropriate delivery of care and take individual responsibilities to perform his/her duties with autonomy. Proactive in preparing case reviews and propose training needs for himself/herself. EDUCATION Desirable Bachelor in Science of Nursing Social Worker Bachelor, Sociologist or psychologist degree is a plus EXPERIENCE Desirable 2 years of previous demonstrable experiences as Nurse, nursing supervisor or manager and previous experience in other NGOs, Associations or international companies Desirable experience in assisting patients in multiples needs as migrants within associations - NGOs and/or social services settings. LANGUAGES Amharic and English are essential. Oromifa and Tigrinya are desirable. COMPETENCIES Results and Quality Orientation Teamwork and Cooperation Behavioural Flexibility Commitment to MSF Principles Team Management and Cooperation. Stress Management

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  • Jan, 27/2020 (9 days left)

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Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH

  • Cleaner/Messenger
  • 1- 3 years
  • Shire

Cleaner/Messenger Internal/External Vacancy Announcement #006/2020 Qualifications and Employment Perspectives for Refugees and Host Communities in Ethiopia Programme (QEP) Background GIZ Programme- Qualifications and Employment Perspectives for Refugees and Host Communities in Ethiopia (QEP) has been commissioned by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) in December 2017. The programme is co-financed by the Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation (Norad) and is part of the German Special Initiative Tackling the Root Causes of Displacement, Reintegrating Refugees and seeks to provide better vocational training and employment perspectives for refugees and host communities in Ethiopia. The programme leverages the potentials of TVET for integration. Implementation takes place in Addis Ababa, Benishangul-Gumuz, Somali, Gambella and Tigray Regions. QEP works on three output levels and seeks to (1) increase the quality of technical and vocational training (TVET), (2) broaden the opportunities of TVET available to the target groups and (3) foster entrepreneurship and exchange formats for employment. QEP works together with the public TVET system and tries to extend the standards of the Ethiopian TVET system to TVET opportunities available for refugees and remote host communities. The programme works in fragile social and economic contexts. QEP seeks to hire a Cleaner/Messenger to be stationed in Tigray Region, Shire Responsibilities and Duties:- Keeping the office premises clean and tidy Regular provision of refreshment to office workers (Eg Coffee/tea, water etc…) Provides services at meetings, e.g. serves coffee and tea for participants and visitors Sets up and prepares the conference rooms as instructed Supports office on clerical activities such as copy, binding etc. Running errands and carrying out other tasks needed to run the office smoothly Occasional welcoming, guidance and treatment of office visitors Qualifications Secondary school education Professional experience At least one- three years of work experience in a comparable position with references Excellent in speaking Amharic and Tigrigna languages Other knowledge, additional competencies Good communication skill

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  • Jan, 26/2020 (8 days left)

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Chemonics International Inc

  • Human Resources Specialist
  • 5 years
  • Addis Ababa

Chemonics International seeks experienced professionals for the USAID-funded Global Health Supply Chain - Procurement and Supply Management (GHSC-PSM) project. GHSC-PSM Ethiopia will serve as the primary vehicle through which USAID will procure and furnish health commodities, provide technical assistance to improve the country’s management of the supply chain and collaborate with key international stakeholders to support global and local health initiatives. The Human Resources Specialist is responsible for coordinating and providing support for all Human Resources related functions. This includes but is not limited to assisting with recruitment, onboarding employees, files/records maintenance, communications and training and special projects. Please see the criteria below for details: Global Health Supply Chain – Procurement and Supply Management Ethiopia Background The purpose of the Global Health Supply Chain– Procurement and Supply Management (GHSC-PSM) Program is to ensure uninterrupted supplies of health commodities in support of United States Government (USG)-funded public health initiatives around the world. The project provides direct procurement and supply chain management support to the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR), and Population and Reproductive Health. In supporting USG-funded global health activities, GHSC-PSM will develop and manage a wide array of services for health commodity procurement and related systems strengthening technical assistance encompassing different elements of a comprehensive supply chain. At the country level, GHSC-PSM supports country strategies and priorities that fall under the following three project objectives: Global Commodity Procurement and Logistics Systems Strengthening Technical Assistance Global Collaboration to Improve Long-Term Availability of Health Commodities Purpose The Human Resource Specialist is responsible for coordinating and providing support for all Human Resources related functions. This includes but is not limited to assisting with recruitment, onboarding employees, files/records maintenance, communications and training and special projects. Principal Duties and Responsibilities Coordinate and schedule interviews Collect interview feedback Perform employment verification including salary history, education, and reference checks Responsible for orientation scheduling and presentations Create and maintain personnel files and recruitment files, both physical and electronic Generate new hire letters and verification of employment letters for approval Assist with drafting communications Prepare regular reports on recruitment, turnover, promotion, transfer, demotion, and termination of project employees. Assist in compiling Annual Performance Review reports Ensure all processes are compliant with Chemonics’ manual, local labor laws, and USAID regulations Maintain and adhere to human resource standards and operating procedures Provide orientations for new staff including information on benefits and program policies and procedures in HR Manager’s absence or as necessary Assist with the interpretation and application of policies and procedures; recommends and implement appropriate changes Serve as point of contact for employee relations and escalate issues as appropriate Perform additional tasks as required by the Operations Manager and project leadership. Level of Effort and Location of Assignment This long-term position is based in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia with intermittent travel throughout the program’s target regions as needed. Supervision The Human Resources Specialist will report directly to the Operations Manager or his/her designee. Qualifications: University degree in management or related field from a recognized institution. Minimum of 5 years of relevant work experience in human resources function; experience working in a USAID-funded program, in international NGOs preferred, Honest, reliable, hard-working, and professional demeanor Ability to communicate effectively in a cross-cultural environment Excellent interpersonal skills; demonstrated ability to interact professionally with a culturally diverse staff, clients and consultants. Ability to work independently, take initiative and ability to meet deadlines with attention to detail and quality. Strong communication English skills (oral and written) Demonstrated intermediate computer skills in Microsoft Office Suite applications

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  • Jan, 31/2020 (13 days left)

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Amref Health Africa

  • Project Officer (SMART – WASH Project)
  • 5 years
  • Gambella

Project Officer (SMART – WASH Project) INTERNAL/EXTERNAL Amref Health Africa is an African-led international health development organization headquartered in Nairobi, Kenya. Founded in 1957 as the Flying Doctors of East Africa to bring critical health services to remote communities, Amref Health Africa envisions bringing lasting health change for Africain more than 30 countries across the continent. With a focus on women and children, the organization strives to overcome the most critical health challenges facing the continent: maternal and child health, HIV & TB, malaria, water and sanitation, and health systems strengthening. Amref Health Africa in Ethiopia has been working in Ethiopia since 2002 in close collaboration with the Federal Ministry of Health implementing a range of projects in maternal, neonatal and child health, reproductive health, health systems strengthening, health workforce development, water and sanitation, HIV/AIDS and non-communicable diseases across the country, supported by a wide range of multilateral and bilateral donors, corporates and foundations. Amref Health Africa would like to recruit a Project Officer based in the Gambella field office and will report to the Project Manager. Purpose of the Job: The main purpose of the job is to implement Amref Health Africa in Ethiopia’s SMART project which mainly focuses to ensure availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation for all; end hunger, achieve food security and improved nutrition and promote sustainable agriculture; and promote inclusive and sustainable economic growth, full and productive employment and decent work for all. She/he will report to the Project Manager and works with the project assistant to implement the project in Gambella. The job holders will be based in Gambella and report to the Project manager. Key Responsibilities: - Design, plan, implement, monitor SMART project activities - Compile monthly, quarterly and annual report and submit to project activity Manager - Supervise field activities progress - Support project activities including technical support - Organizing, facilitating workshops and training in communities, institutions, Women groups schools, out of schools, natural, local leaders and other partners. - Facilitate and participate in meetings and workshops. - Facilitate community mobilization activities - Participate in research activities - In collaboration with project, staff boosts the quality implementation of the project activities as per the project objectives and operational plans. - Direct supervision and implementation of project activities. - Compile report periodic internal and donor reports: monitor and report on relevant activities and outcome/impact and submit to M &E and program manager. - Manage activity budgets including processing relevant financial transactions and implement the activities. - Ensure collaboration and coordination with government and with other relevant partners, stakeholders - Involve in site selection, feasibility assessment and monitoring of WASH schemes - Implement economic empowerment activities for youth and women groups - Organize, document and compile basic data on SMART project and community in the project implementation area - Identify gaps in various activities and provide/propose relevant materials to the program manager - Undertakes other duties as assigned by the supervisor. Job Requirements - BSC in environmental health, water-related engineering, water resources, or any WASH-related fields - Minimum of 5 years of hands-on experience which are directly WASH - Professional work experience at implementing, Sanitation Marketing, CLTSH/ on economic empowerment approaches - Excellent computer skill; Microsoft office ( word, excel and PowerPoint), SPSS and navigating the internet - The candidate must have strong analytical, problem-solving and networking skills. - Should be a team player and work under minimal supervision. - Working knowledge of the local context, local language & NGO experience is a plus Terms of employment: 1 year with the possibility of extension based on the availability of fund and performance

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  • Jan, 26/2020 (8 days left)

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Technoserve

  • INTERN – Agronomy Advisor
  • Fresh Graduate
  • Sidama Zone, either in Aletawondo or Yirgalem town

Job Description I. Background: TechnoServe works with enterprising people in the developing world to build competitive farms, businesses, and industries. We are a nonprofit organization that develops business solutions to poverty by linking people to information, capital and markets. Our work is rooted in the idea that given the opportunity, hardworking men and women in even the poorest places can generate income, jobs and wealth for their families and communities. With more than four decades of proven results, we believe in the power of private enterprise to transform lives. II. Program Description: The primary objective of the TechnoServe agronomy program will be to increase the production of the coffee tree for coffee farmers through both yield improvement and behavioral shifts due to price incentives. This production improvement will be achieved by educating project farmers on agronomy and environmental best practices, farm management, and assisting them in applying those techniques at an individual farm level. TechnoServe will use a two-year farm college training and individual farm visits to improve farmer knowledge of agronomy techniques and oversee implementation. III. The intern will support the implementation of strategies that will enable smallholder coffee farmers to achieve sustainable increases in coffee quality and yields as per TechnoServe quality requirements. Responsible for day-to-day execution of the coffee agronomy program, activities plan and supervise project deliverables of farmer trainers to ensure the timely achievement of targets IV. Duties & Responsibilities INTERN- Agronomy Advisors are responsible to support the Business, to follow up and implement the day to day project activities at the grass-root level including the following duties & responsibilities: - 1. Planning and management of Farmer Trainers (FTs) · Submit weekly work plan – details when and which trainings the intern will attend/supervise will attend training · Review FT weekly work plan with dates · Collect weekly training plans and data from FTs · Provide feedback, coaching and development activities related to performance management, following HR guidelines. · Notify SBA of any performance issues as soon as observed. · Develop a team spirit among all reports. 2. Conduct monthly Agronomy training to FTs · Model that the monthly agronomy training to FTs at local farmers field. · Supervise teach-backs and give feedback. · Ensure each training module is completed within a months’ time. 3. Observe FTs’ training delivery at the farm level · Observe full training to farmers · Give feedback and coaching to FT based on observation. · Check visited HH list, cross-check with the list in the database. Ensure the reported data is accurate. 4. Back checking farm Visit · Pick farmers at random and advise on the Best Agronomy Practices they learned · Discuss training, farmer adoption, and challenges · Complete Best Practice checklist 5. Visit Demo plots · Check demo plot status, complete form and give feedback to FF · Meet with Focal Farmer and discuss things done well and things needed to be implemented on the demo plot. 6. Tablet survey M & E · Complete digital electronic-based training and demo plot observation form · Collect, check for completion and submit a complete set of Farmer Trainers’ attendance sheets to SBA within 1 week of training completion. · Discuss any attendance issues with Farmer Trainers and Business Advisor and support to develop an action plan. · Compile weekly attendance update and submit to SBA 7. Prepare & check FTs expenses · Collect official voucher receipts for transport and accommodation · Submit documents to the SBA on a timely basis 8. Stakeholder Management · Create a good working relationship with stakeholders. · Meet with Kebele leaders and Cooperative to give progress reports every quarter. · Support Farmer Trainers to mobilize farmers at the Kebele level. · Perform other duties as assigned by the Agronomy Senior Business Advisor. V. Required Skills & Experience: · Willingness to be based in assigned remote locations in Sidama Zone and willingness to spend significant time in rural areas; · Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field – Plant Science, Horticulture, Crop Science, Agriculture, etc. May accept experience in lieu of a degree; · Interpersonal and cross-cultural skills as well as problem-solving skills; · Planning skills and working to strict time-guidelines; · Fluency in Amharic and Sidamigna, · English oral & written presentation skills; · Computer literacy, including Word and Excel VI. Preferred Skills: · Familiarity with Sidama area · Experience working with Agriculture extension-related duties. . Female candidates are highly encouraged to apply

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Internation Foundation for Electoral System - IFES

  • Senior Project Officer
  • 6 years
  • Addis Ababa

PRIMARY FUNCTION/PURPOSE: The Senior Project Officer will provide technical and operational support to the IFES Ethiopia field office. MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES - Provide high-level technical assistance and input in the area of legal and regulatory reform; this may include reviewing, updating, drafting and commenting on electoral and referenda legislation; institutional by-laws and proclamations, including technical topics such as inclusion, electoral dispute resolution and political finance (in English and Amharic). - Liaise with international and national electoral stakeholders, maintain and nourish key relationships; - Support implementation of activities as directed by the Senior Project Manager, based on approved Workplan(s), budgeting, and other relevant frameworks; - Provide input into the annual work plan drafting process; - Coordinate with IFES’ CEPPS partners and other USAID implementing partners, and participate in roundtables or other events per Senior Project Manager’s guidance; - Contribute to regular programmatic reports to donors and IFES HQ, including monthly and quarterly performance reports; - Contribute regularly to monitoring & evaluation data collection; - Maintain crucial project documents which track project progress, file all project documents in an appropriate database, ensure that all documents are accurate and have been accepted by the Senior Project Manager; - Identify any potential issues or risks that could affect the progression of the project, communicate these items with the Senior Project Manager, and work to identify potential solutions; - Closely monitor the project schedule, monitoring deadlines for each project task, raise potential delays with the Senior Project Manager; - Ensure branding, marking, and reporting expectations are well planned and met; - Maintain and develop productive working relationships with partner organizations; - Other duties as assigned. TRAVEL: Travel may be required. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS/WORK ENVIRONMENT: - Standard office work environment. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the job. Field Job Grade: 8 Manager: IFES Ethiopia Senior Project Manager SKILLS and SPECIFICATIONS - The ability to remain highly organized while handling multiple tasks under tight deadlines; - The ability to complete tasks with limited supervision; - Excellent reporting and document handling skills; - Excellent communication skills in order to be able to work with the IFES program and administrative staff to identify and resolve issues. - Willingness to adhere to all principles of confidentiality. - Must value operating in a collaborative and cooperative environment. - Ability to show initiative, good judgment, and resourcefulness. - Ability to handle sensitive issues and address inclusion matters with integrity EDUCATION and QUALIFICATIONS - Bachelor’s Degree in Law; other fields may be considered depending on the candidate’s experience; - Minimum of 6 years of relevant work experience or 4 years of relevant work experience plus a specialized degree; - Experience working with USAID-support projects/international NGOs on implementation of international technical assistance programs considered a plus; - Demonstrated professional experience and knowledge in election administration preferred; - Demonstrated professional experience of drafting legal memos and documents in Amharic and English; - Experience in reviewing, drafting, analyzing electoral legal and regulatory frameworks considered a plus; - Training/facilitation skill/qualification is an advantage; - Proficiency in Word, Powerpoint, Outlook, and Excel. LANGUAGE SKILLS: - Spoken and written fluency in English and Amharic required; including typing.

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Internation Foundation for Electoral System - IFES

  • Senor Capacity Building and Training Specialist
  • 8 years
  • Addis Ababa

PRIMARY FUNCTION/PURPOSE: The Senior Capacity Building and Training Specialist will provide technical and operational support to the IFES-Ethiopia field office. MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: - Support IFES technical experts in the design and implementation of capacity building and training activities on electoral administration, electoral legal framework, and electoral dispute resolution with the NEBE and Federal Supreme Court; - Support other capacity building and training activities as directed by the Senior Project Manager, based on approved Workplan(s), budgeting, and other relevant frameworks; - Provide input into the annual work plan drafting process; - Coordinate with UNDP and EU/ECES, IFES’ CEPPS partners, and other USAID implementing partners to plan for and facilitate the implementation of training activities with the NEBE, including at the regional level; - Represent IFES to participate in coordination meetings, roundtables, or other events per Senior Project Manager’s guidance; - Contribute to regular programmatic reports to donors and IFES HQ, including monthly, quarterly, and final performance reports; - Contribute regularly to monitoring & evaluation data collection, particularly on the training workshops, including collecting and entering participation and pre- and post-training assessment data; - Maintain crucial project documents which track project progress, file all project documents in an appropriate database, ensure that all documents are accurate and have been accepted by the Senior Project Manager; - Identify any potential issues or risks that could affect the capacity building and training plan, communicate these items with the Senior Project Manager, and work to identify potential solutions; - Closely monitor the capacity building and training schedule, monitoring deadlines for each training task, raise potential delays with the Senior Project Manager; - Ensure branding, marking, and reporting expectations are well planned and met; - Maintain and develop productive working relationships with partner organizations; - Other duties as assigned. LANGUAGE SKILLS: - Spoken and written fluency in English and Amharic required; including typing. TRAVEL: - Travel may be required. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS/WORK ENVIRONMENT: - Standard office work environment. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the job. Field Job Grade: 9 Manager: IFES Ethiopia Senior Project Manager SKILLS and SPECIFICATIONS - The ability to remain highly organized while handling multiple tasks under tight deadlines; - The ability to complete tasks with limited supervision; - Excellent reporting and document handling skills; - Excellent communication skills in order to be able to work with the IFES program and administrative staff to identify and resolve issues. - Willingness to adhere to all principles of confidentiality. - Must value operating in a collaborative and cooperative environment. - Ability to show initiative, good judgment, and resourcefulness. - Ability to handle sensitive issues and address inclusion matters with integrity EDUCATION and QUALIFICATIONS - Bachelor’s Degree in English language, political science, international relations or related required. - Minimum of 8 years of relevant work experience; experience working with USAID-support projects/international NGOs on implementation of international technical assistance programs considered a plus; - Demonstrated professional experience and knowledge in election administration preferred; - Demonstrated professional experience in drafting training plan, manuals and other materials in Amharic and English; - Training/facilitation skill/qualification is an advantage; - Familiarity with Building Resources in Democracy, Governance, and Elections (BRIDGE) training or electoral legal framework preferred; - Proficiency in Word, Powerpoint, Outlook, and Excel.

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Chemonics International Inc

  • Laboratory Logistics Specialist – Tuberculosis (TB)
  • 5 years
  • Addis Ababa

Chemonics International seeks experienced professionals for the USAID-funded Global Health Supply Chain - Procurement and Supply Management (GHSC-PSM) project. GHSC-PSM Ethiopia will serve as the primary vehicle through which USAID will procure and furnish health commodities, provide technical assistance to improve the country’s management of the supply chain and collaborate with key international stakeholders to support global and local health initiatives. The Laboratory Logistics Specialist – Tuberculosis (TB) is responsible to lead activities related to tuberculosis laboratory logistics systems established in the country. S/he is expected to support the TB laboratory monitoring system and strengthen areas of the TB laboratory testing program that affect the availability and use of such commodities. Global Health Supply Chain – Procurement and Supply Management Ethiopia Background The purpose of the Global Health Supply Chain– Procurement and Supply Management (GHSC-PSM) Program is to ensure uninterrupted supplies of health commodities in support of the United States Government (USG)-funded public health initiatives around the world. The project provides direct procurement and supply chain management support to the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR), President’s Malaria Initiative (PMI) and Population and Reproductive Health. In supporting USG-funded global health activities, GHSC-PSM will develop and manage a wide array of services for health commodity procurement and related systems strengthening technical assistance encompassing different elements of a comprehensive supply chain. At the country level, GHSC-PSM supports country strategies and priorities that fall under the following three project objectives: - Global Commodity Procurement and Logistics - Systems Strengthening Technical Assistance - Global collaboration to improve the long-term availability of health commodities Purpose The Laboratory Logistics Specialist – Tuberculosis (TB) is responsible to lead activities related to tuberculosis laboratory logistics systems established in the country. S/he is expected to support the TB laboratory monitoring system and strengthen areas of the TB laboratory testing program that affect the availability and use of such commodities. S/he is expected to support activities related to TB laboratory reagents quantification, procurement, distribution and utilization, quality assurance programs, assessment of available equipment and reagents used for the diagnosis of TB. The TB Laboratory Logistics Specialist will report directly to GHSC-PSM Supply Chain Coordinator for TB. Principal Duties and Responsibilities: - Work with MoH, the Ethiopian Pharmaceuticals and Supply Agency (EPSA), Ethiopian Public Health Institute (EPHI), USAID and other counterparts to monitor the TB laboratory commodities supply chain that are used for the diagnosis of TB and to ensure that the right quantities of TB laboratory commodities are available at all levels of the supply chain. - Provide technical leadership on TB laboratory commodities management issues used for the diagnosis of TB in Ethiopia. - Work with EPSA, EPHI and all stakeholders to strengthen TB laboratory supply management of the country. - Work with public and private sector partners to implement activities that strengthen the management of TB laboratory logistics across the country. - Serve as the technical expert in TB laboratory services and participate in the establishment of priorities, national laboratory policies and strategic plan which aligning with preventive, promotive, rehabilitative and curative health services. - Capacitate and mentor the laboratory professionals in facilities who work in reconstitute AFB reagents and distribute the reagents and supplies to peripheral laboratories in the country. - Compile, evaluate and maintain TB laboratory logistics-related evidence to support advocacy, policy dialogue and planning with MoH, EPHI, EPSA, RHBs, regional laboratories, and other implementing partners. - Provide advice to the GHSC-PSM management and other staff on TB-related health policies and strategies, interventions, and innovations. - Lead the collection and maintaining of TB laboratory logistics-related information required for regular reporting to USAID according to timelines as specified in the contract. - Exhibit Chemonics values and build the culture of “Living our Values” within the team - Understand and adhere to established policies and procedures and promote them throughout GHSC-PSM staff - Produce a timely and complete report - Carry out additional responsibilities as may be assigned from time to time by GHSC-PSM Health Programs Director or his/her designee. Level of Effort and Location - The duty station for this position will be at GHSC-PSM central office, Addis Ababa, with intermittent local travels as needed. Supervision - The GHSC-PSM Laboratory Logistics Specialist – Tuberculosis (TB) will report directly to the GHSC-PSM Supply chain Coordinator for TB or his/her designee. Qualifications: - Bachelor’s degree in laboratory technology, MSc in microbiology or MPH is preferred - Minimum five years of experience in health supply chain management preferably on laboratory commodities - Must have adequate practical knowledge in TB laboratory equipment, reagents, and supplies - Significant knowledge and extensive experience in clinical laboratory work including TB laboratory commodities management. - Written and spoken English fluency required.

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Chemonics International Inc

  • Supply Chain Program Coordinator – Tuberculosis (TB)
  • 5/7 years
  • Addis Ababa

Chemonics International seeks experienced professionals for the USAID-funded Global Health Supply Chain - Procurement and Supply Management (GHSC-PSM) project. GHSC-PSM Ethiopia will serve as the primary vehicle through which USAID will procure and furnish health commodities, provide technical assistance to improve the country’s management of the supply chain and collaborate with key international stakeholders to support global and local health initiatives. The Supply Chain Program Coordinator for Tuberculosis (TB) is responsible to coordinate the GHSC-PSM technical support in demand planning, commodities procurement, and logistics for technical activities related to the TB program. S/he is responsible for giving overall technical leadership in TB program commodities supply management in GHSC-PSM Ethiopia. Global Health Supply Chain – Procurement and Supply Management Ethiopia Background The purpose of the Global Health Supply Chain– Procurement and Supply Management (GHSC-PSM) Program is to ensure uninterrupted supplies of health commodities in support of the United States Government (USG)-funded public health initiatives around the world. The project provides direct procurement and supply chain management support to the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR), President’s Malaria Initiative (PMI) and Population and Reproductive Health. In supporting USG-funded global health activities, GHSC-PSM will develop and manage a wide array of services for health commodity procurement and related systems strengthening technical assistance encompassing different elements of a comprehensive supply chain. At the country level, GHSC-PSM supports country strategies and priorities that fall under the following three project objectives: - Global Commodity Procurement and Logistics - Systems Strengthening Technical Assistance - Global collaboration to improve the long-term availability of health commodities Purpose The Supply Chain Program Coordinator for TB is responsible to coordinate the GHSC-PSM technical support in demand planning, commodities procurement, and logistics for technical activities related to the TB program. S/he is responsible for giving overall technical leadership in TB program commodities supply management in GHSC-PSM Ethiopia. S/he will report directly to the GHSC-PSM Health programs Director. Principal Duties and Responsibilities: - Work with the Ministry of Health (MoH), Ethiopian Pharmaceuticals Supply Agency (EPSA), USAID, USAID TB program partners, and other counterparts to monitor TB commodity supply chain to ensure that the right quantities of TB commodities are procured and made available at all levels of the supply chain. - Provide advice to the GHSC-PSM management and other staff on TB-related health policies and strategies, interventions, and innovations. - Work with public and private sector partners to implement activities across the country - Compile, evaluate and maintain the TB-related evidence to support advocacy, policy dialogue and planning with the MoH, regional health bureaus (RHBs) and Woreda health teams and implementing partners. - Collaborates with the Health Programs (HP) Director, EPSA, and other partners to design and implement supply chain systems strengthening strategies, approaches, and tools to ensure the availability of TB commodities. - Provide technical assistance to the MoH, EPSA and Ethiopian public health institute (EPHI) in translating policy into implementation guidelines for use at the regional and woreda levels. - Responsible for collecting and maintaining information required for regular reporting to USAID according to timelines as specified in the contract. - Collect and analyze data of the GHSC-PSM support areas and work with the Health Programs Director to contribute to the written quarterly and annual progress reports in line with the agreed indicators that must be reported to USAID. - Lead the development of TB commodities supply management work plans and monitor its implementation both nationally and in all GHSC-PSM supported areas. - Support the forecasting and supply planning of TB commodities including new MDR TB drugs, shorter MDR TB regimens, and new Pediatric formulations to ensure regular and uninterrupted supply of TB pharmaceuticals. - Support the implementation of TB patient kits in health facilities supported by the GHSC-PSM project and improve the quality of the implementation through supportive supervision, on the job training and providing job aids on the proper use of TB PKs at HFs. - Minimize possible stock out of TB commodities across GHSC-PSM supported health facilities by supporting provision of training on second-line drug management; supply LMIS tools and conduct supervisions to the selected HFs. - Lead, design, and implement TB commodities supply management related activities including training, workshops, manuals, and other related documents and activities. - Train and mentor pharmacists and other relevant health workers on the quantification and ordering of TB commodities. - Conduct and support relevant TB commodities supply management assessments. - Represent the GHSC-PSM project on national TB and MDR/XRD TB working groups. - Exhibit Chemonics values and build a culture of “Living our Values” within the team - Understand and adhere to established policies and procedures and promote them throughout GHSC-PSM staff - Carry out additional responsibilities as may be assigned by the health programs director or his/her designee. Level of Effort and Location - The duty station for this position will be at GHSC-PSM central Office, Addis Ababa, with intermittent local travels as needed. Supervision - The GHSC-PSM Supply Chain Coordinator for TB will report directly to GHSC-PSM Health Programs Director or his/her designee. Qualifications and Desired Attributes: - Advanced/first degree in pharmacy, public health, supply chain, or a related field. - Minimum of five/seven years of experience in the health supply chain - Hands on experience in the quantification of TB related commodities using robust forecasting and supply planning tools such as QuanTB. - Demonstrated ability to work in the public health supply chain environment - Written and spoken English fluency required. - Demonstrated leadership, versatility, and integrity

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Chemonics International Inc

  • Supply Chain Specialist for Tuberculosis (TB)
  • 5/7 years
  • Addis Ababa

Chemonics International seeks experienced professionals for the USAID-funded Global Health Supply Chain - Procurement and Supply Management (GHSC-PSM) project. GHSC-PSM Ethiopia will serve as the primary vehicle through which USAID will procure and furnish health commodities, provide technical assistance to improve the country’s management of the supply chain and collaborate with key international stakeholders to support global and local health initiatives. The Supply Chain Program Specialist for Tuberculosis (TB) – seconded at the Ministry of Health (MoH) is responsible to provide technical assistance for the supply management of TB commodities to the National Tuberculosis Program (NTP) under the Diseases Prevention and Control Directorate (DPCD) at MoH. S/he also liaises the project with the directorate. Supply Chain Specialist for Tuberculosis (TB) – Seconded at MoH Global Health Supply Chain – Procurement and Supply Management Ethiopia Background The purpose of the Global Health Supply Chain– Procurement and Supply Management (GHSC-PSM) Program is to ensure uninterrupted supplies of health commodities in support of the United States Government (USG)-funded public health initiatives around the world. The project provides direct procurement and supply chain management support to the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR), President’s Malaria Initiative (PMI) and Population and Reproductive Health. In supporting USG-funded global health activities, GHSC-PSM will develop and manage a wide array of services for health commodity procurement and related systems strengthening technical assistance encompassing different elements of a comprehensive supply chain. At the country level, GHSC-PSM supports country strategies and priorities that fall under the following three project objectives: - Global Commodity Procurement and Logistics - Systems Strengthening Technical Assistance - Global collaboration to improve the long-term availability of health commodities Purpose The Supply Chain Program Specialist for Tuberculosis (TB) – seconded at the Ministry of Health (MoH) is responsible to provide technical assistance for the supply management of TB commodities to the national tuberculosis program (NTP) under the Diseases Prevention and Control Directorate (DPCD) at MoH. S/he also liaises the project with the directorate. S/he will report directly to the GHSC-PSM Supply chain Coordinator for TB or to his/her designee. Principal Duties and Responsibilities: - Provide technical advice and assistance to the Federal Ministry of Health – NTP under the Diseases Prevention and Control Directorate (DPCD) to ensure the availability of TB Program commodities - Participate actively in TB TWG and TB supply chain related technical working groups as assigned - Contribute to the design and implementation of supply chain systems strengthening strategies, approaches, and tools to ensure the availability of TB commodities. - Work with MoH, Ethiopian Pharmaceutical Supply Agency (EPSA), USAID, Global Fund and other counterparts to monitor TB related health commodity supply chain to ensure that the right quantities of - TB health commodities are procured and made available at all levels of the supply chain. - Liaise with national and regional authorities and private sector, and others as appropriate to increase financial resources leveraged for TB program commodities, activities, and supplies - Support the NTP in forecasting and developing of supply plan for all Tb commodities including new MDR TB drugs, shorter MDR TB regimens, and new Pediatric formulations to ensure regular and uninterrupted supply of TB pharmaceuticals. - Follow the procurement of TB commodities - Participate in integrated supportive supervisions, and assessment of TB commodities management and prepare a report and provide feedback - Ensure monthly and quarterly reporting of TB commodities stock status through continuous monitoring of the pipeline, and regularly inform the MoH and donors on the TB commodities stock status situation - Participate in the planning, implementation, monitoring, and evaluation of activities NTP activities under DPCD of MoH. Compile, evaluate and maintain TB-related evidence to support advocacy, policy dialogue and planning with the MoH, EPHI, RHBs and implementing partners. - Provide technical assistance to MoH/NTP, EPSA, and EPHI in translating policy into implementation guidelines for use at national, regional and woreda levels. - Support MoH in the development of the national strategic plan (NSP) for TB and other TB programs proposal development such as GF and other donor agencies - Contribute to quarterly and annual progress reports of GHCS-PSM - Support the implementation of TB patient kits in health facilities supported by the GHSC-PSM project and improve the quality of the implementation through supportive supervision, on the job training and providing job aids on the proper use of TB PKs at HFs. - Lead, design, and implement TB commodities supply management related activities including training, workshops, manuals, and other related documents and activities. - Train and mentor pharmacists and other relevant health workers on the quantification and ordering of TB commodities. - Conduct and support relevant TB commodities supply management assessments. - Exhibit Chemonics values and build a culture of “Living our Values” within the team - Understand and adhere to established policies and procedures and promote them throughout GHSC-PSM staff - Carry out additional responsibilities as may be assigned from time to time by GHSC-PSM project management and Health Programs director or his/her designee. Level of Effort and Location - The duty station for this position will be at the Ministry of Health, Addis Ababa, with intermittent local travels as needed. Supervision - The GHSC-PSM Supply Chain Specialist for TB will report directly to the GHSC-PSM Supply chain Coordinator for TB or to his/her designee. Qualifications: - Advanced/first degree in pharmacy, public health, supply chain, or a related field. - Minimum of five/seven years of experience in the health supply chain - Hands-on experience in the quantification of TB related commodities using robust forecasting and supply planning tools such as QuanTB. - Demonstrated ability to work in the public health supply chain environment - Written and spoken English fluency required. - Demonstrated leadership, versatility, and integrity

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Catholic Relief Services - CRS

  • Driver
  • 4 years
  • Shashemene

About CRS: “Catholic Relief Services carries out the commitment of the Bishops of the United States to assist the poor and vulnerable overseas. Our Catholic identity is at the heart of our mission and operations. We welcome as a part of our staff and as partner’s people of all faiths and secular traditions who share our values and our commitment to serving those in need.” In Ethiopia, CRS has a long and rich history of providing emergency relief and development assistance to the people of Ethiopia since 1958. At present, CRS/Ethiopia implements multiple projects through different partner organizations. CRS/Ethiopia has a highly diverse portfolio ranging from a very large food-supported emergency response to cutting edge development programs. The current CRS/Ethiopia budget stands at $100 million with funding from the U.S. Government, UN agencies, private foundations, individual donors, and CRS private funds. CRS strictly adheres to its Policy on Protection of Children and Vulnerable Adults among its staff, consultants, volunteers, and affiliates. CRS is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer: women, minorities, and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply. As part of CRS family, you will join the more than 5000 strong and vibrant individuals working globally to accomplish the mission of CRS. CRS/Ethiopia invites you, the qualified candidate, to apply for the following positions; Position Title: Driver Department: Operations Duty Station: CRS Ethiopia/Shashemene Required Number: Two Employment Term: Indefinite period Reports To: Field Manager Application Deadline: January 27, 2020 Job Summary: - To provide safe and secure transportation services to CRS/ET’s staff, visitors, partners, and guests in accordance with local laws and the policies of CRS; - To provide proper care and reporting on the maintenance of the vehicle assigned. Job Responsibilities: Provision of transport services · Drives CRS/Ethiopia’s vehicles safely as per schedule issued by the Transport Dispatcher; · Provides the necessary care for passengers and goods transported (checks and receives items to be transported, ensures that every passenger wears seatbelts while traveling in CRS/ET’s vehicle); · Renews own driving license in a timely manner; Undertaking minor repair and maintenance · Performs routine checks on vehicles on a daily basis and reports as necessary on vehicle damage and time of service; · Checks/corrects proper functioning of all warning and safety instruments on the vehicle before operation; · Ensures that vehicles are clean at all times; · Ensures that spare tires, fuel, oil, water, and other necessary tools and accessories (jack with handle, tire range, screw drives) and all First Aid Kits are in place and in good working order; · Changes and cleans air filters replaces and adjusts A/C fan belt and check/adjust tire pressure as necessary; Compiling Reports and other functions · Fills out the log sheet/book for every trip as per CRS/ET’s policy; · Reports any vehicle problems including damage and breakdowns to supervisor immediately upon return from a trip; · Reports any accident to the police/relevant Government authority, to the Insurance Company and the supervisor immediately. Take care to complete all relevant forms as per CRS/Et policy; · Implements all necessary policies and procedures of CRS/Ethiopia and Road Transport Authority; · Takes proper care and utilize the CRS property i.e. fuel, lubricants, etc. in an economical manner; · Providing erranding and liaising service as required. · Performs other related duties as required. Agency-wide Competencies (for all CRS Positions): These are rooted in the mission, values, and guiding principles of CRS and used by each staff member to fulfill his or her responsibilities and achieve the desired results. *Trusting Relationships *Professional Growth *Partnership *Accountability Typical Background, Experience & Requirements: Education and Experience - Completion of T/V (10+2) Certificate - 3rd-grade driving license - 4 years of relevant experience is required Personal Skill - Good knowledge of traffic regulations and practices needed in the care and safety operation of assigned vehicle - Good knowledge of the occupational hazards and safety measures in the area of assignment - Good knowledge of the principles of operation of motor vehicles as well as to detect and correct minor malfunctions - Ability to make emergency repair and adjustments to vehicle assigned - Ability to understand and execute oral and written instruction - Skill in the use and care of tools and shop equipment used in the automotive trade

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  • Jan, 27/2020 (9 days left)

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Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH

  • Regional Implementation Coordinator
  • 10 years
  • Addis Ababa

Job Description Regional Implementation Coordinator Internal/External Vacancy Announcement #004/2020 Qualifications and Employment Perspectives for Refugees and Host Communities in Ethiopia Programme (QEP) Background GIZ Programme- Qualifications and Employment Perspectives for Refugees and Host Communities in Ethiopia (QEP) has been commissioned by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) in December 2017. The programme is co-financed by the Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation (Norad) and is part of the German Special Initiative Tackling the Root Causes of Displacement, Reintegrating Refugees and seeks to provide better vocational training and employment perspectives for refugees and host communities in Ethiopia. The programme leverages the potentials of TVET for integration. Implementation takes place in Addis Ababa, Benishangul-Gumuz, Somali, Gambella and Tigray Regions. QEP works on three output levels and seeks to (1) increase the quality of technical and vocational training (TVET), (2) broaden the opportunities of TVET available to the target groups and (3) foster entrepreneurship and exchange formats for employment. QEP works together with the public TVET system and tries to extend the standards of the Ethiopian TVET system to TVET opportunities available for refugees and remote host communities. The programme works in fragile social and economic contexts. To support the smooth implementation of various activities at its Addis Ababa Office and maintain close ties with other regional offices, QEP seeks to hire a Regional Implementation Coordinator to be stationed in Addis Ababa. Responsibilities and Duties - Steering the implementation of activities in the different programme regions and the regional teams in Addis Ababa, Somali, Benishangul-Gumuz, Gambella and Tigray region in accordance with the regional focus, objectives of the programme, and the regional operational plans - Management of aligned financial and activity planning in the regions - Overall steering of implementation partners (such as NGOs) in the regions and liaison at Addis Ababa level with NGOs - Adjustments to implementation concepts - Inputs for new, scalable implementation concepts for programme regions - Ensuring quality data flow from the regions for QEP M&E system - Knowledge management and communication of innovations - Management of regional staff in the different regions of implementation Management responsibility: - The Regional Implementation Coordinator: - Is responsible for the timely and effective implementation of programme activities in the different regions and for managing all staff members who report to him/her - Implements existing approaches and processes for remote management, including frequent travel to implementation regions - Manages staff in accordance with management principles and guidelines to promote a sense of corporate identity, enables employees to carry out tasks independently and create scope for developing creativity and innovation - Is responsible for assessing and planning the assignment of staff that report to her/him Is also responsible for monitoring, managing staff and ensuring that they provide cost-effective services - Carries out the annual staff assessment and development talk for staff members who report to him/her Professional advisory services The Regional Implementation Coordinator: - Contributes to the programme strategic development - Contributes to new concepts for additional activity implementation and contributes to the development of new quality proposals - Drafts terms of reference for third party assignments (eg. consultancies, implementing partners, etc.) in the regions together with a regional programme officer - Monitors the development and implementation of the programme activities in the different regions in close consultation with regional programme officers - Together with regional programme officers, office management, and administrative staff, designs and prepares workshops, training and seminars - Develops and organises quality assurance measures and suggests necessary changes, improvements and initiatives Networking and cooperation The Regional Implementation Coordinator: - Ensures cooperation, regular contact and dialogue with partners on the regional level - Cooperates with regional and local communities, relevant organisations, non-governmental agencies and individuals in the programme environment and with other projects to improve and maintain good working relationships - Communicates local interests and efforts forwards these and encourages sharing ideas and information for the benefit of the programme Knowledge management The Regional Implementation Coordinator: - Compiles information on the progress of implementation in the regions and products; feeds these documents to the central knowledge management platform in Addis Ababa office - Makes sure that these documents are ready-to-use - Draws up reports and presentation documents - Formulates appropriate input for various programme reports including annual reports for different donors and contributes to the other reports required by the programme manager and GIZ Head Office - Assists with research activities and studies Other duties/additional tasks The component manager/officer responsible for the implementation - performs other duties and tasks at the request of management Required qualifications, competences and experience - Master or doctorate in political science, management, public policy or another field relevant for the position Professional experience - Minimum 10 years’ professional experience, with at least 3 years’ professional experience in a comparable managerial position - Proven experience in operational management and insights in financial management - Applied experience in project cycle management, operational planning and implementation - Experience in managing diverse teams in remote settings - Proven working experience on a managerial level in government, non-government and international organizations, ideally related to the sectors of vocational training, socio-economic development and/or employment promotion GIZ-experience is an asset - Ideally, experience in working on a managerial level within the sector of migration and refugee affairs in Ethiopia Other knowledge, additional competences - Excellent network and knowledge of relevant government, non-government and international stakeholders active within the sector of the programme (vocational training, employment, the inclusion of refugees, migration) - Excellent knowledge of national policies, debates and new developments in the field of employment promotion and ideally refugee inclusion - Strong conceptual skills and the ability to develop ideas in a clear and coherent manner - Excellent communication and interpersonal skills - Very good knowledge of ITC technologies (related software, phone, fax, email, the internet) and computer applications (e.g. MS Office) - Excellent knowledge of English and Amharic (writing, speaking, listening) - German language skills are an advantage - Willingness to go the extra mile and produce high-quality outputs within a limited timeframe

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  • Jan, 26/2020 (8 days left)

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Netherlands Institute for Multiparty Democracy (NIMD)

  • Programme Officer
  • 5 years
  • Addis Ababa

The Netherlands Institute for Multiparty Democracy (NIMD) works to promote peaceful, just and inclusive politics worldwide. Our approach across all our programmes is unique and characterized by dialogue: we bring politicians from across the political spectrum together. We work on their knowledge and competences, and empower them to cooperate in a constructive and accommodative manner on issues that affect them, their country and the broader region. NIMD has been active in Ethiopia since 2016, providing support to the dialogue process and legislative reforms. During this time, NIMD has built strategic relations and trust with the main democratic institutions (House of Peoples’ Representatives (HPR), National Electoral Board of Ethiopia (NEBE), Office of the Attorney General (AG) and key political actors, which will be essential for the successful execution of this action. At the moment, NIMD implements projects funded by the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the European Union (EU). Programme Officer NIMD is recruiting a Programme Officer to support the work of its different programmes in Ethiopia. The officer will be responsible for project planning and implementation with Political Parties, NEBE, House of Peoples Representatives, Regional Councils and the likes. Areas of responsibility of the NIMD Programme Officer include ensuring that all projects are managed in line with the Project Cycle Management and with commitments to donors, the provision of technical support to partners, as well as coordination tasks and representational duties. The Programme Officer will report to the Programme Manager and the Country Representative. The Programme Officer will be based in NIMD office in Addis Ababa, with travels in and outside Ethiopia when necessary. Requirements - A bachelor level degree in an area relevant to social science (e.g. Project Management, Public Administration, Political Science, Law, Human Rights etc.) - A minimum of 5 years of work experience in project cycle management, including budgeting and M&E - Experience with developing annual project plans and annual performance reports. - Knowledge of the political environment in Ethiopia. - Must be able to maintain a good working relationship with all stakeholders, including funders - Previous knowledge and/or experience of working with political parties or a legislature is an advantage - Must be able to work as part of a team - Excellent written and spoken English and Amharic (other local languages are advantageous). - Good communication skills - Excellent computer skills, including on Word, Excel and Powerpoint.

  • 4 days ago
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  • Jan, 20/2020 (2 days left)

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HEKS Ethiopia

  • Program Manager
  • 5 years
  • Addis Ababa

Swiss Church Aid/HEKS is the aid organization of the Protestant Churches of Switzerland and has its headquarters in Zurich/Switzerland. Swiss Church Aid/ HEKS works towards a more humane and more equitable world, assisting people and communities to overcome economic, social or humanitarian disparities in order to gain autonomy and to live with dignity both in Switzerland and abroad. Therefore, Swiss Church Aid/ HEKS engages in development cooperation, humanitarian aid, and church cooperation and works in more than 30 countries and runs around 200 projects world-wide. Swiss Church Aid/ HEKS is a member of the ACT Alliance. In Ethiopia, Swiss Church Aid/ HEKS has programs with a focus on Natural Resources Management, WASH, Inclusive Markets for Smallholder Pastoralists and Farmers and Humanitarian Assistance for drought and conflict-affected communities. The Ethiopia country office is recruiting a Program Manager for its country office. Major Functions The Program Manager will oversee the coordination of all country office related project activities and expenditures to ensure successful delivery on the country’s office commitments as reflected in the project agreement, operational plan, and budget. The Program Manager will work with the programmatic and operational teams to monitor implementation progress and adaptively manage project activities and resource allocation in keeping with project goals and targets. The Program Manager will be responsible for preparing high-quality reports as necessary to meet project reporting requirements, provide sound analysis and make recommendations for the country program portfolios’. Major responsibilities - Lead concept note and proposal development per Swiss Church Aid/HEKS-EPER project cycle management guidelines for new projects - Monitor and assess implementation progress, identify barriers and constraints, and work collaboratively with teams to devise solutions. - Facilitate team planning and assessment meetings to assure sound integration across workstreams and achieve cross-learning - Lead, Promote and encourage a collaborative and respectful working culture between local implementing partners including government line ministries at grass root levels and other NGOs, GOs - Ensure the quarterly, biannual and annual plan and report undertaken as required to pace forward to the desired goal, - Network with relevant government Bureaus, offices and customary institutions in the projects area to expedite project implementation and facilitate experience sharing within and outside the area - Coordinate and supervise Monitoring and Evaluation tools (Visible Impact) are developed and utilized as needed, such as for household surveys, focus group discussions, and for collecting data from most significant changes. - Organize annual partners learning sessions and draw lessons learned among the implementing partners and share best practices. - Develop terms of reference for consultancy support, mid and end-term evaluations Requirement - MA in development studies and other related fields with a minimum of five years of relevant work experience - Have a demonstrated experience in a project focusing agriculture, value chain, Natural resources, conservation, conflict transformation, and partnership management - Good knowledge, understanding, and implementation of integrated Rural Development and emergency Programme activities, - Ability to effectively liaise with government, donors, NGOs, community leaders, and other stakeholders, - Excellent English communication skills, both written and spoken - Accountability and responsiveness within areas of responsibilities, - Able to work as a team member with good inter-personal skills

  • 4 days ago
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  • Jan, 26/2020 (8 days left)

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FH Ethiopia

  • Gender & Youth Officer
  • 3 years
  • Lay Gayint

FH Ethiopia is a non-governmental organization engaged in relief and development activities. At FH, we operate under a set of guiding principles we call the “The Heartbeat”. This includes our Values, Vision, and Purpose, which serve as the explanation of who we are and how we work as an organization. Together we follow God’s call responding to human suffering and graduating communities from extreme poverty. FH Ethiopia would like to invite potential candidates to apply for the following position: Job Title: Gender & Youth Officer Required number: 1(one) Duty station: Lay Gayint (Amhara Region, South Gondar Zone) Duration of Contract: one-year contract, renewable (with 45 days probation period) Basic responsibilities: 1. Promote the mainstreaming of gender intervention through participation in the formulation of program goals, strategies, and approaches. 2. Actively develop networks and partnerships with internal and external actors including local government offices 3. Ensure engagement with civil society organizations representing the interest of women and girls. 4. In consultation with the gender specialist, ensure gender-responsive implementation of planned project and program activities 5. Contribute to the development of strategies to engage women and girls more fully in the development and decision-making processes that affect their lives 6. Conduct an in-depth gender analysis/assessment 7. Ensure gender activities are implemented as per the Annual Activity and Budget Plan approved by the project; 8. Execute multimedia prompted community dialogues within the woreda 9. Facilitates the establishment of mechanisms to ensure that services are in place to meet the needs of women, girls, boys, and men equally. 10. Ensure disaggregation of data in survey and all monthly, quarterly and annual program activity reports 11. Ensure data is collected and used in the design and formulation of project and program strategies and advice on strategies that reflect the needs of women and girls. 12. Prepare periodic progress reports and timely submit to the project manager and gender Specialist. Requirements: Education – BA in Development Studies, Gender Studies or related Discipline Experience –Minimum of three years related experience in the field preferably in a similar program or INGO. OTHER REQUIREMENTS - Good communication skills in both spoken and written Amharic and English, - Networking and public relations and analytical skills, - Public speaking and dialogue facilitation skills - Training on gender mainstreaming, gender analysis, community dialogue facilitation skills is an added advantage Women Candidates are highly encouraged to apply

  • 4 days ago
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  • Jan, 24/2020 (6 days left)

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FH Ethiopia

  • Project Finance & Admin Officer
  • 3 years
  • Simada

FH Ethiopia is a non-governmental organization engaged in relief and development activities. At FH, we operate under a set of guiding principles we call the “The Heartbeat”. This includes our Values, Vision, and Purpose, which serve as the explanation of who we are and how we work as an organization. Together we follow God’s call responding to human suffering and graduating communities from extreme poverty. FH Ethiopia would like to invite potential candidates to apply for the following position: Position: Project Finance & Admin Officer Duty Station: Simada (South Gondar Zone) Duration of Contract: One-year contract, renewable with 45 days’ probation period Closing date: January 24, 2020 Basic Responsibilities: Key Result #1 – Process payments, cash receipts/collections, and cash management 1. Checks all payment documents (commodities and cash), payment checks, etc for budget and other related issues prior to the project manager’s approval. 2. Requests cash transfer from the Head Office on time. 3. Checks that all cash receipts for local collections are deposited on time. 4. Prepares payroll and pay all relevant payments (income tax, pension, PF) Key Result #2 – Recording financial transactions, produces financial reports for Addis office review 1. Obtains monthly bank statements from the bank and reconcile with the book record. 2. Record transactions by account, cost center, program, and fund categories 3. Prepares journal vouchers for cash coupon transactions. 4. Prepares monthly journal summaries for the project and submits to the Head Office on time. 5. Get monthly financial reports from the HO and analyze income and expenditure in line with the budget and advise the Project Manager and component heads on issues that require special attention. 6. Prepares monthly, quarterly, bi-annual and annual project financial reports as needed. Key Result #3 – Supervision of administrative matters 1. Ensures (in consultation with the Project Manager) that staffs of the project get transportation service properly. 2. Supervises all cleaning, security and office management activities 3. In consultation with his/her supervisor, schedule staff annual leaves, keep and update personnel files. 4. Assists the Project Manager in financial and administrative matters. 5. Evaluate the performance of subordinates. Key Result #4 – Make sure internal control is in place, fixed asset, and inventory management 1. Checks inventory and fixed asset records of the project monthly. 2. Makes sure the accurate stock record is in place and reconciles on a monthly basis as appropriate 3. Checks all commodity movement reports for project manager approval. 4. Makes sure the internal control system of the organization is in place and is observed by all project staff. Education/ Experience – - B.A Degree in Accounting - Minimum of 3 years’ experience preferably in a USAID funded NGO Setting. Other Requirements –. - Basic computer proficiency is mandatory - Good command of the English language, both written and verbal - Women Candidates are highly encouraged to apply

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  • Jan, 24/2020 (6 days left)

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Concern Worldwide

  • HR, Logistics, Administration and Finance Officer
  • 4/6 years
  • Emdibir, Cheha Woreda, Gurage Zone

Job summary : - To provide start-up support at the project area levels and to provide cover if there is a gap in such positions at project implementation areas. - To provide HR, Logistics, Admin and Financial support activities to Concern Worldwide’s KOICA project implementation and to ensure compliance with HR/admin/finance, transport, and logistics policies and procedures and that Concern Worldwide and donor requirements are met in Gurage, KOICA project. Main duties & responsibilities : - Finance: · Support to complete financial requirements for action plans · Undertake checks in project locations surprise cash count and random checks on the purchase process. · Support to ensure the necessary accounting, documentation and reporting procedures required for the purchase of items comply with purchases/procurement procedure. · Preparing monthly cash book and bank book reports and sharing to coordination office finance and admin officer in monthly bases · Verifying finance documents for payment · Handle petty cash if project cashier is on leave · Providing technical support for project cashier TRANSPORT & LOGISTICS: · Support in understanding and adherence to Concern policies and procedures relating to transport, procurement, and warehousing by project staff. · Follow up with the South Area Program Office transport team to ensure that rented vehicle payments are settled in a timely manner with the appropriate project code · Ensure the system of tracking and monitoring the use of vehicles on the project in order to ensure they are effectively used for their intended purpose and suggest on Areas of improvement · Taking a leading part to ensure that procurement for the project areas take place timely and effectively · Support in the supply chain to ensure purchased program supplies are dispatched to the intended project areas in a timely manner · Support in compliance with organizational transport rules and procedures. · Ensure health and safety standards are respected in each field office’s warehouse · Make sure all assets in the project areas are recorded and labeled as per Concern Ethiopia and Donors' asset management guidelines. · Conduct regular field visits and provide the necessary technical support to the local support team, producing a report highlighting any issues or concerns that may need management’s attention · Liaise with the HO transport/logistics team on a regular basis and participate in any required training/capacity building - HR/ADMIN · Support in managing and addressing all staff personal issues ensuring compliance with Concern HR Manual guidelines · Support in monitoring and follow-up on the performance (PDR) of all staff working in the Sub-office. · Support in ensuring that project area level staff accommodation adheres to Concern’s minimum standards. · Support in ensuring that all new staff are inducted in Concern’s P4 policy · Support in ensuring that the PDR process is followed and that evaluations are carried out for all project staff · In consultation with Coordination office HR to ensure that any project area HR issues are addressed in an appropriate and timely manner · Support in ensuring that correct administrative procedures are followed at all times and that all necessary administrative forms are updated and available at project areas. · Liaise with the South coordination office finance and logistics team on a regular basis and participate in any required training/capacity building · Preparing monthly HR report · Updating recruitment status regularly · Taking leading part during the recruitment process · Managing office compound Gender Equity: Ensure that all HR policies and procedures relating to Concern Ethiopia’s gender equality strategy are implemented · Ensure that all gender-sensitive policies and procedures are fully adhered to during recruitment processes Contribute to promoting a gender-sensitive working environment within Concern Ethiopia - Other: · Lead on operational start-up in new project locations, including identifying appropriate sub-offices, accommodation, assessing communications and transport infrastructure, banking availability, availability of suppliers, utilities, etc. Provide support at the project area level on induction and training of project areas based Logistics, Admin and Finance staff Job Requirements Concern has a Staff Code of Conduct and a Programme Participant Protection Policy which has been developed to ensure the maximum protection of programme participants from exploitation and to clarify the responsibilities of Concern staff, consultants, visitors to the programme and partner organization, and the standards of behaviour expected of them. In this context staff have a responsibility to the organization to strive for and maintain, the highest standards in the day-to-day conduct in their workplace in accordance with Concern’s core values and mission. Any candidate offered a job with Concern Worldwide will be expected to sign the Programme Participant Protection Policy and the Concern Staff Code of Conduct as an appendix to their contract of employment. By signing the Programme Participant Protection Policy and the Concern Staff Code of Conduct candidates acknowledge that they have understood the contents of both the Concern Staff Code of Conduct and the Programme Participant Protection Policy and agree to conduct themselves in accordance with the provisions of these two documents. Female candidates are highly encouraged to apply. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted Essential: · BA Degree or College Diploma in accounting, management, and the related field of studies with a minimum of 4 years for BA holders and 6 years relevant experience respectively · Profound experience in finance, administration, logistics and HR Management · Computer literate · Good communication and report writing skills Required · Ability to communicate effectively in both oral and written English. · Good interpersonal skills and team player with sensitivity to cultural diversity . Ability to work under pressure Salary: 13,480-16,122

  • 4 days ago
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  • Jan, 24/2020 (6 days left)

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FH Ethiopia

  • HR Officer
  • 3 years
  • Lay Gayint

FH Ethiopia is a non-governmental organization engaged in relief and development activities. At FH, we operate under a set of guiding principles we call the “The Heartbeat”. This includes our Values, Vision, and Purpose, which serve as the explanation of who we are and how we work as an organization. Together we follow God’s call responding to human suffering and graduating communities from extreme poverty. FH Ethiopia would like to invite potential candidates to apply for the following position: Position: HR Officer Duty Station: Lay Gayint - for South Gondar Zone projects (Amhara Region) Duration of Contract: One-year contract, renewable (with 45 days probation period) ESSENTIAL TASKS AND RESPONSIBILITIES Key Result #1 – Employment & Contract Management - Follows up on recruitment of community-based positions in posting vacancies, receiving and summarizing applications; - Conducts shortlisting of applications and facilitates candidate selection in consultation with the Project Manager, Finance & Admin Officer, and HR Manager. - Prepares employment minutes at the project level and follows upon approval of employment minutes; - Ensures successful candidates fulfill all required HR formalities before the employment contract agreement is issued; - Ensures individual personnel files are kept under each project with basic employee information for easy reference; - Drafts contract agreements & letters on personnel issues and submits for signature in accordance with decisions made by his/her immediate supervisor; - Prepares identity cards for employees and contract agreements, and submits to the Human Resource Manager; - Follows up and notifies in due time the concerned departments and projects of ending contracts and probation periods of employees, and request for appropriate actions; - During termination makes sure that all properties of FHI/E are returned including identity cards; - Receives applications and categorize them accordingly; - Assists the Human Resource Coordinator in preparing candidates profile; - Verify for reference check of the selected candidate - Organize and deliver orientation to new employees recruited at the project level - Helps in shortlisting of applications for vacancies posted at the head office level. Key Result #2 – Records management - Organizes and handles personnel records of employees such as annual leaves, sick leaves, performance evaluation results, and others; - Collects and compiles statistical data on personnel matters and releases information when required in consultation with the Human Resource Department at HO. Key Result #3 – Others - Distributes employee performance evaluation forms, ensures that all are properly filled-out and summarizes the evaluation reports; - Assists in updating personnel policies and procedures, - Follows up on employee pension document submission to the respective Pension Agency and ensures each employee has pension ID card on time; - Gives required support in following up employee insurance-related issues; - Performs other related activities assigned by the immediate supervisor. Requirements: - BA Degree Human Resource Management, Business Administration or in other related fields of study. Computer literate, Interpersonal skills - A minimum of 3 years of relevant work experience preferably in an NGO setting is an added advantage. - A vibrant personal relationship with Christ - Enthusiasm about the Heartbeat of FHE, Qualified female candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.

  • 4 days ago
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  • Jan, 24/2020 (6 days left)

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Cheshire Ethiopia

  • Teacher
  • 2/4 & above years
  • Menagesha

Job Summary Under the general supervision of the Mangesha social work department, the teacher of an informal class of Menagesha rehabilitation center is responsible for planning, teaching and caring for the children of the center. SPECIFIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: - Prepares lesson plans, teaches children at the information class. - Observes and evaluates children's performance, behavior, social development, and physical health. - Teaches children different skills such as reading, writing and listening and basic skills such as color, shape, number and letter recognition, personal hygiene and social skills. - Instructs and monitors children in the use and care of equipment and materials, in order to prevent injuries and damage - Assists in leading activities designed to promote physical, mental and social development such as games, arts, and handicrafts, music, and storytelling - Follows children during breaks and while playing indoor games - Assists in implementing remedial progress for students regarding extra help. - Instruct children in daily living skills required for independence and self-care. - Support children according to schedules to attend handcrafts and computer skills training. - Involves in the fundraising activities of CE-MRC - Performs other duties assigned to by his /her supervisor/Manager. Work Unit: Social work /MRC Immediate Supervisor: Senior social Worker Required number: 01 Qualification - Diploma in teacher’s education or KG Certificate Experience - 2/4 and above years of relevant experience Salary: Birr 3,872.00

  • 4 days ago
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  • Jan, 23/2020 (5 days left)

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Cheshire Ethiopia

  • Driver/Purchaser
  • 4/2 years
  • Addis Ababa

Job Summary Under the general supervision of the property and general service Officer, the Driver/Purchaser drives vehicles and transport personnel and purchases goods and services for the Center. SPECIFIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: - Checks the vehicles he/she is assigned at the start of each day for the general conditions of the vehicle such as checks the coolants (water and oil), fuel level, tire conditions and drives the vehicle with maximum safety and care and according to the traffic regulations - Transports goods, equipment, tools, and other materials from place to place - Gives shuttle services for staffs - Serves as an ambulance driver for the Center’s service users to be transported to Russian Red Cross (Balcha) or Cure Hospitals - Picks up and meets persons according to schedules and instructions - Makes routine services such as washing, cleaning and greasing; and Reports any defective parts of malfunctions - Settles utility bills and handles bank deposits or withdrawals - Keeps and submits reports on fuel consumption, mileage, car use, etc using logbook or other formats provided for the purpose - Collects quotations from suppliers for requests he/she is required to do so - Collects purchased goods and deliver them to stores - Reconciles price invoices against final invoices, invoices against goods receiving notes and reports the difference to his/her immediate supervisor - Keeps records and files of procurement in a systematic manner - Prepares monthly and quarterly reports on the status of local procurement - Performs any other related duties as assigned to him/her by immediate supervisor Work Unit: Property and general service Immediate Supervisor: Property and general service Officer Required number: 01 Qualification - High school complete / Diploma in auto mechanics or purchasing Experience - 4/2 years of relevant experience OTHER SKILLS - 3rd Grade Driving License Salary: Birr 3,200.00

  • 4 days ago
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  • Jan, 23/2020 (5 days left)

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Cheshire Ethiopia

  • Program Officer
  • 6 years
  • Addis Ababa

Job Summary Under the general supervision of the Program Coordination Manager, the Program Officer assists the Program Coordination manager in planning, organizing, coordinating, and supervising the Rehabilitation Centers and CBR activities of Cheshire Ethiopia. Responsible to oversee the development of organizational programs; including staff development, project management, implementation and daily management of activities SPECIFIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: - Plans and develops methods and procedures per the directives of the program coordination manager for implanting CE programs in the Rehabilitation centers and CBR office. - Oversees the development of organizational programs; including staff development, project management, implementation and daily management of activities - Plan budgets for project costs and program expenditures - Work closely with other managers, vendors and financial supporters in developing, maintaining and ensuring adherence to budgets - Develops and/or reviews grant proposals - Build and maintain strong linkage and communication with regional centers of the organization and lead proper execution of plans and projects - Make periodic supportive supervision visits to regional centers and project locations - Keep informed the Program Coordination Manager and other Managers about program development and ongoing activities by supplying periodic reports on a monthly, quarterly, bi-annual and yearly basis. - As per the directives of the program coordination manager, coordinates activities concerned with implementation and carrying out objectives of the program - Organize reports and records of activities to ensure that progress is being accomplished towards specified program objectives. - Works in collaboration with monitoring and evaluation whenever necessary. - Prepares program reports for the program coordination manager or for donors per the directives of the program coordination manager. - Ensures his planned expenditures in accordance with budget allocations - Performs other similar duties as assigned by the Program Coordination Manager Work Unit: Program Coordination’s Office Immediate Supervisor: Program Coordination Manager Required number: 01 Qualification - BA degree in related fields Experience: 6 years of relevant experience Salary: Birr 11,500.00

  • 4 days ago
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  • Jan, 23/2020 (5 days left)

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Cheshire Ethiopia

  • Senior Accountant
  • 6 years
  • Menagesha

Job Summary The Senior Accountant is responsible for the preparation of appropriate accounting classifications, payroll, and consolidates financial report functions of Cheshire Ethiopia. SPECIFIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: - Prepares appropriate classification of codes of all transactions and ensures the accounting records including the project offices adheres to the CE’s policies, procedures, and guidelines - Posts daily account transactions and update cash balances - Conducts references and cross-references of all source documents to the ledger and account codes - Maintains financial records of the organization to ensure bank statements are balanced with recorded entries - Prepares monthly payroll and ensures that the deductions o0f income tax, pension or provident fund, cost-sharing and other deductions are made from the salary - Ensures the settlement of timely government tax returns, cost-sharing, insurance, utility payments, telephone, internet bills, etc - Verifies project payments and receipts, journals, and purchases are done according to the financial manual, policies and guidelines to ensure accuracy - Prepares monthly, quarterly, biannual and year-end consolidated income and expenditure, cash flow, fund flow statement and balance sheet for internal use of management, the board of directors, donors, concerned government officials, auditors, etc with the supporting documents - Prepares monthly trial balances of all ledger account balances - Accesses all financial documents to external Auditors - Assists the Finance Manager in preparation of budget - Performs account variance analyses and prepares account reconciliation for approval - Makes recommendation based on the analysis and status of grant fund, resources, assets and expenditures for decision - Maintains production and service cost data and updates cost calculations of standard and nonstandard product and services - Assists accountants, project offices, Administrators on day to day financial matters, reports and respond to the questions raised by these parties - Ensures expending and proper utilization of grant funds and ensures compliance with grant guidelines and CE’s policies and procedures - Informs grant coordinators to carryout budgets, unspent funds and approaching spending deadlines - Evaluate cost reductions opportunities and reinforces the implementation - Trains and monitors the junior staff members of the Head Office and project offices of CE - Performs any other related duties as assigned by the superior or the Center manager Work Unit: Finance Immediate Supervisor: Finance manager Required number: 01 Qualification - BA degree in accounting and Peachtree certificate Experience: 6 years of relevant experience Salary: Birr 11,500.00

  • 4 days ago
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  • Jan, 23/2020 (5 days left)

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Cheshire Ethiopia

  • Secretary/Administrative Assistant
  • 2 years
  • Menagesha

Job Summary Under the general supervision of the MRC Manager, the Administrative Assistant is responsible for providing administrative and clerical services in order to ensure effective and efficient operations of the MRC Managers’ office. SPECIFIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: - Handles secretarial duties for the Managers’ office and other work units - Type correspondence, reports, and other documents - Maintain office confidential records, decisions and other files - Open and distribute the mail - Take minutes at meetings and distribute minutes - Maintains appointment diary either manually or electronically - Greet and assist visitors and event arrangements - Answers or direct calls and/or respond to inquiries - Receives job applications for advertised jobs - Contribute to the development of a culture of customer service excellence by promoting standards through own behavior and the encouragement of same in others - Performs any other related duties as assigned to him/her by the immediate supervisor. Work Unit: MRC Immediate Supervisor: MRC Manager Required number: 01 Job Requirements Qualification: Diploma in Office management and secretarial science or Information technology Experience: 2 years of relevant experience Other Skill - - Requires strong computer and Internet research skills and ability to maintain confidentiality Salary: Birr 3,200.00

  • 4 days ago
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  • Jan, 23/2020 (5 days left)

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Cheshire Ethiopia

  • Cost Accountant
  • 2 years
  • Addis Ababa

Job Summary Under the general supervision of the finance manager, the Cost Accountant is responsible for Planning, Studying, and collecting data to determine costs of business activity such as raw material purchases, inventory, and labor. ... Analyzing actual manufacturing costs and preparing periodic reports comparing standard costs to actual production costs. SPECIFIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: - Analyzing data collected and recording results - Analyzing changes in product design, raw materials, manufacturing methods or services provided, to determine effects on cost - Analyzing actual manufacturing costs and preparing periodic reports comparing standard costs to actual production costs - Recording cost information for use in controlling expenditures - Analyzing audits of costs and preparing reports - Making estimates of new and proposed product costs - Providing management with reports specifying and comparing factors affecting prices and profitability of products or services. - Maintaining Cost Accounting System - Assisting in Month end close of the General Ledger - Conducts physical inventories and monitors cycle count program - Reconciles finished goods inventories - Assists to determine actual costs of manufacturing or providing a service, scrutinizing associated company expenses, analyzing profitability and preparing the budget. - Performs other similar duties as assigned by the superior. Work Unit: Finance Immediate Supervisor: Finance manager Required number: 01 Qualification: BA degree in accounting Experience: 2 years related to cost accountant experience Salary: Birr 4,800.00

  • 4 days ago
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  • Jan, 23/2020 (5 days left)

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Cheshire Ethiopia

  • Physiotherapist
  • 2 years & above
  • Menagesha

Job Summary Under the general supervision of the Senior Physiotherapist, the Physiotherapist is responsible for the administration of physical therapy treatment to patients SPECIFIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: - Administers active and passive manual therapeutic massage, and heat, light, sound, water and electrical modality treatments for admitted children and outpatients - Administers traction to relieve neck and back pain using intermittent and static treatment equipment Instructs motivates and assists patients to learn and improve functional activities such as daily living activities - Fits patients for adjusts, and trains patients in use and care for orthopedic braces, prosthesis and supportive devices such as crutches, walkers, wheelchairs, etc. - Meets with physiotherapy unit supervisor and others to exchange, discuss and evaluate patient information for planning, modifying and coordinating treatment programs - Gives orientation to new assistant physiotherapists and directs and gives instructions to same - Performs clerical duties such as taking inventory, ordering supplies, etc. - Keeps records of both admitted and outpatients - Participates in CE outreach program - Performs any other related duties assigned to him/her by the Physiotherapy unit Supervisor or Technical Coordinator. Work Unit: Physiotherapy Immediate Supervisor: Physiotherapy unit Supervisor Required number: 01 Qualification - BA/BSC Degree Experience - 2 years and above in related fields Salary: Birr 6,389.00

  • 4 days ago
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  • Jan, 23/2020 (5 days left)

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Cheshire Ethiopia

  • Social Worker
  • 2 years
  • Menagesha

Job Summary Under the general supervision of the Senior Social worker, the Social Worker is responsible for planning individual treatment sessions and implementation of the theoretical and practical activities of the social work section; SPECIFIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: - Planning individual treatment sessions and implement all theoretical techniques, in service and practical training service for users. - Assessing and offering advice or counseling clients, - Arranging appropriate care, resources or benefits, and referrals., - Liaison with relatives, colleagues and other professionals, Government and NGOs organizations - Providing supervisor support to the junior social worker and home-based rehabilitation, - Conducting awareness, raising training, community, education and organization work,, - Prepare and submit budget, progress and periodical reports -.Preparing a social or developmental history of a child with a disability - Preparing information on psychology and behavior condition of clients for evaluations - Working with parents and others on problems in a child’s home, Rehabilitation centers, and community affecting the child’s school adjustment - Mobilizing school and community resources - Plan, monitor and evaluate projects that are identified to fulfill the needs of the community in line with the principle and objective of CBR. - Give orientation on code of behavior expected from admitted clients and clients embraced in CBR programs as well as services provided by the CSE to clients - Perform any other duties assigned by the Senior Social Worker or Rehabilitation Center Manager. Work Unit: Program Unit Immediate Supervisor: Senior Social Worker Required number: 01 Job Requirements Qualification - BA Degree in Psychology Experience: 2 years in related work Salary: Birr 5,280.00

  • 4 days ago
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  • Jan, 23/2020 (5 days left)

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Cheshire Ethiopia

  • Monitoring and Evaluation Officer
  • 6 years
  • Addis Ababa

Job Summary Under the general supervision of the Executive Director the, Monitoring and Evaluation Officer is responsible for planning, organizing, directing and coordinating the overall Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation functions of Cheshire Services Ethiopia. SPECIFIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: - Organizes and coordinates planning, monitoring and evaluation activities within the strategic horizon of CE - Assist in the revision of the organizational M7E plan and system - Develop baseline data for all projects and for all their indicators - Collect data on a regular basis to measure achievement against the organizational and project performance indicators - Maintain and administer the M&E database; analyze and aggregate findings - Support project progress reporting, project mid-term review, and final evaluation - Identify areas where technical support to partners is required. Organize training and refresher training on M&E for staff and partners as required - Identify lessons learned and develop case studies to capture qualitative outputs of interventions - Produce reports on M&E findings and prepare presentations based on M&E data as required - Performs SWOT analysis to set the ground for strategic planning - Interfaces with different work units and/or consultants in the preparation and/or updating of strategic planning and oversees the implementation of same upon approval - Follows up on the execution and utilization of approved operational plan and accompanying budget - Studies and introduces performance standards and indicators thereby to measure the performance outputs of different work units - Proposes corrective measures to narrow avoid negative variances in the successive periods of the fiscal/budget year - Assesses optimum usage of financial, human, physical; and information resources of CE - Assists the Executive Director in periodic and annual reporting tasks - Performs other related activities as assigned by the Executive Director. Work Unit: Executive Director’s Office Immediate Supervisor: Executive Director Required number: 01 Job Requirements Qualification: Bachelor’s degree in related fields Experience: 6 years of relevant experience Salary: Birr 11,500.00

  • 4 days ago
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  • Jan, 23/2020 (5 days left)

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Cheshire Ethiopia

  • Capacity Building Support Officer
  • 6 years
  • Addis Ababa

Job Description SPECIFIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: - Appraise reports and proposals - Produce new proposals for the funding opportunity - Develop advocacy guideline for CE - Review CE monitoring and evaluation document - Review other CE working documents - Upload information into database - Arrange in-house capacity building training - Engage and take an active part in new organizational initiatives and developments Work Unit: Program Coordination Immediate Supervisor: Program officer Required number: 01 Job Requirements Qualification: Bachelor’s degree in related fields Experience: 6 years of relevant experience Salary: Birr 11,500.00

  • 4 days ago
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  • Jan, 23/2020 (5 days left)

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Cheshire Ethiopia

  • General Services and Property officer
  • 4/8 years
  • Addis Ababa

Job Summary Under the general supervision of the Finance and Administration Officer, the General Services and Property Supervisor is responsible for the overall general services functions including stores, purchases, vehicle management, agriculture, security, etc. functions of the Center. SPECIFIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: - Plans, controls, coordinates the stores, purchases, vehicles management, agriculture, security and gardening works of the Center - Supervises and controls the Stores functions of the Center including the handling and issuance of consumables and fixed assets - Supervises and controls the purchases for the Center by serving as the chairperson of the Purchasing Committee - Supervises and controls vehicles maintenance both at the Center and outside the Center and controls the fleet management of the Center - Supervises and controls the agricultural works of the Center and gives support whenever required - Supervises and controls the security system of the Center and gives on the job training as required - Supervises and controls the cleanliness of the Center and works on keeping the Center a pleasant area for work and visitors - Supervises and controls the periodic and timely maintenance of offices and staff residences at the Center - Supervises and controls the water and electricity systems of the Center and take the necessary corrective actions - Follows up the timely settlement of utility payments - Performs any other related duties as assigned to him/her by the immediate supervisor. Work Unit: General services Immediate Supervisor: Finance and Administration Officer Required number: 01 Job Requirements Qualification: BA/ Diploma in Supplies and procurement management, Management, HR or related fields Experience: 4/8 years of relevant experience Salary: Birr 5,200.00

  • 4 days ago
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  • Jan, 23/2020 (5 days left)

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Cheshire Ethiopia

  • Communication and Documentation Officer
  • 6 years
  • Addis Ababa

Job Summary: - The Communication and documentation Officer is responsible for the planning and implementation of the communication and documentation services and activities of Cheshire Ethiopia. The position is responsible for Preparing and designing and producing, newsletters, flyers, brochures and developing publications, promotion, fundraising, and other purposes. - As per the directives of the Executive Director, the communication and documentation officer plans and implements the communication services and activities of Cheshire Ethiopia - Collaborates with management to develop and implement an effective communication strategy based on our target audience. - Writes, edits and distributes content, including publications, press release, website content, annual reports, speeches, and other awareness and promotional materials that communicate the organization’s activities, products, and/or services such daily social media and weekly Website posts, monthly case stories, quarterly newsletters and bi-annual reports and other publications. - Assists in developing media strategies and policies and advises on communication and public relation issues. - Develops appropriate historical and performance-related organizational documentation of Cheshire Ethiopia through picture taking and case stories, voice recording and assigning of role ambassadors Arranges communication courses, workshops, and media training. - Develops database management and information technology utilization policy and procedures and ways to prevent CE database management from possible virus attacks and ensure backup and update of the database at regular intervals. - Travel to project sites for first-hand observations of interventions, events, beneficiary status, success stories. - Respond to media inquiries, arrange interviews, and act as spokesperson for the organization. - Establishes and maintains effective relationships with journalists and maintain a media database - Seek opportunities to enhance the reputation of the organization, and coordinate publicity events as required - Maintain records of media coverage and collate analytics and metrics - Performs other similar duties as assigned by the Executive Director. QUALIFICATION, EXPERIENCE, AND SKILLS: EDUCATION - BA degree in communication, journalism or related fields. EXPERIENCE - 6 years relevant experience in journalism or public relation or Public communication OTHER SKILLS - Knowledge of Desktop publishing, and audiovisual editing software ( in designing Photoshop, video editor), excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal skills Salary: Birr 11,500.00

  • 4 days ago
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  • Jan, 23/2020 (5 days left)

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Cheshire Ethiopia

  • Rehabilitation worker
  • 0/2 years
  • Addis Ababa

Job Summary Under the general supervision of the RRC Supervisor, the Worker is responsible for the rehabilitation of service users accepted by the Center SPECIFIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: - Participates in the evaluation/assessment of service users coming to the Reed rehabilitation center - Prepares joint rehabilitation plan and sign an engagement letter with parents to be actively involved in their child’s rehabilitation - Provides rehabilitation therapy exercise to assigned clients - Participates actively in the joint discharge of children with disabilities after rehabilitation - Facilitates the provision of rehabilitation device for needy children under her/his care - Conducts post-discharge follow up to children with disabilities - Participates actively in rehabilitation skills training for parents/guardian of children with disabilities - Involves actively in the orientation of parents/guardians of children with disabilities about services of the rehabilitation center and what is expected from them - Makes referral of cases to appropriate institutions in discussion with other staff members - Keeps properly the necessary data/information of the service users - Handles properly rehabilitation materials and equipment and follow up their utilization by service users - Collects information on pre and post-rehabilitation of clients for case history writing - Maintains good working relationship and team spirit with other staff, service users and community - Shows commitment and readiness to improve skill and achieve better in the rehabilitation activity - Attends staff meetings and participates in workshop and training as required and put in to practice what he/she gained from these events - Prepares activity and budget plan and periodic performance reports - Performs any other related duties as assigned to him/her by the rehabilitation center supervisor. Work Unit: Rehabilitation Immediate Supervisor: RRC Supervisor Required number: 01 Qualification - Diploma in Nursing experience working with children in a pediatric or BSC degree in physiotherapy Experience - 0/2 years of experience Salary: Birr 5,154.00

  • 4 days ago
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  • Jan, 23/2020 (5 days left)

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Mothers and Children Multisectoral Development Organization (MCMDO)

  • Nutrition Education and Community Mobilization Officer
  • 3-5 years
  • (Chifra and Teru Woredas), Afar and (Tselemti), Tigray

Mothers and Children Multisectoral Development Organization (MCMDO) is an Ethiopian resident charity organization registered in accordance with the charities and societies proclamation No 1113/2019 with a certificate No 0022. MCMDO currently is implementing more than 24 projects and development activities in Oromiya, SNNPR, Somali, Gambella, Benishangul Gumuz, Tigray, Amhara, Harari, Afar, Dire Dawa, and City Administration of Addis Ababa. Duties and Responsibilities - Prepare work plan Nutrition Education and community mobilization component of CMAM/IMAM in the local context based on the project strategies and major intervention areas - Participate during CMAM-IYCF-E training prepared for a health extension worker - Regularly mentor and monitor health facilities using the standard IYCF scorecard - Strengthen routine community mobilization and screening of Malnutrition - Identify and map the existing community mobilization structure at the community level and linkage with primary health care unit - Strengthen identified existing community mobilization structure through Training and regular on the job mentoring - Facilitate, assign and supervise Nutrition community mobilization of the project to reach out to hard to reach the area where there is a high caseload - Utilize TFP and TSFP monthly admission spatial distribution and trend in close collaboration with TFP supervisor - Participate in treatment coverage assessment and identify coverage bottleneck for appropriate action in collaboration with Field Nutrition coordinator - Establish Mother support group among CMAM beneficiaries and bright spot child and mother from the community - Provide technical support for health facilities and WoHO on routine screening and community mobilization - Facilitate regular review meeting between HEW and WDA for improved performance of community sensitization and mobilization - Organize cooking demonstration at TSFP and TFP sites using locally available and nutritional diversified food - Facilitate integration of IYC F- E at CMAM contact point and community level - Organize IYCF and Hygiene promotion session - Develop/adopt Nutrition education IEC materials appropriate for the local context - Develop and submit weekly/monthly progress report - Follow up the performance of community mobilizer Project title: Emergency Nutrition Response project Reporting to: Field Nutrition coordinator Number of Post: 3 Duration of the project: 5 months with the possibility of extension Required Qualification and experience - BSC in Health officer, environmental health, Nursing or Nutrition with 3-5 year NGO work experience in related position (CMAM/IMAM and Nutrition and health education ) - TOT on IMAM/CMAM, IYCF or CBN - Good interpersonal communication and facilitation skill - Respect for multiculturalism and Value - Mentoring and facilitation skill - Be able to work under pressure and towards tight deadlines with minimum supervision - Promote team synergy in a multi-cultural work environment - A resourceful person and self-starter - Be able to communicate in English, Amharic and local language

  • 4 days ago
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  • Jan, 23/2020 (5 days left)

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Mothers and Children Multisectoral Development Organization (MCMDO)

  • IMAM Integration Officer
  • more than 3 years
  • Chifra Woreda, Afar

Mothers and Children Multisectoral Development Organization (MCMDO) is an Ethiopian resident charity organization registered in accordance with the charities and societies proclamation No 1113/2019 with a certificate No 0022. MCMDO currently is implementing more than 24 projects and development activities in Oromiya, SNNPR, Somali, Gambella, BenishangulGumuz, Tigray, Amhara, Harari, Afar, Dire Dawa, and City Administration of Addis Ababa. Duties and Responsibilities - At the inception of the program carry out health facility capacity assessment and institutional mapping related to IMAM in collaboration with WoHO and project team - Strengthen the integration of IMAM in the routine health care system - Prepare weekly and monthly work plan for effective implementation of TSFP second-generation intervention as routine health services - Strengthen referral linkage among CMAM /IMAM component through availing standard referral forms at the health facility and community level - Organize /strengthen WDA functionality through HEW to effectively ensure the treatment coverage and quality of services - Prepare regular mentoring and monitoring of health facilities with TSFP using standard TSFP scorecards/supervision checklists - Regularly ensure performance outcome of the therapeutic feeding centers meet SPHERE standard - Facilitate nutrition education at TSFP sites in close coordination with Nutrition education supervisor - Provide technical support for health facilities and WoHO to analysis and utilization of TSFP data for local decision - Strengthen the WoHO on TSFP database management system - Strengthen nutrition surveillance and TSFP data management system of the woreda and health facilities - Organize and provide Standard training on IMAM for health workers and health extension workers - In collaboration with WoHO, health facilities and the community regularly update outbreaks and any other aggravating factor for malnutrition through weekly situation update - Ensure geographic and treatment coverage of IMAM services and subsequently required met need is achieved - Organize and conduct regular joint monitoring field visit with partners and follow up to address on identified gaps - Technically support the TSFP logistic management system at facility and woreda level to improve continues logistic availability - Improve documentation of TSFP data at the health facility level - Strengthen TSFP reporting and recording through regular supportive supervision and availing documentation and job aids materials - Weekly, monthly and quarterly progress report based on a prepared work plan for TFP - Ensure children Admitted to OTP and SC are discharged through TSFP - Strengthen Referral linkage with PSNP for those PLW/ children with MAM caretakers who were already not in the list - Establish mother support group at TSFP sites by identification of bright spot mother in close collaboration with Nutrition education and community mobilization officer - Provide technical support and facilitate the routine Nutrition screening by Health facilities Project title: Emergency Nutrition Response project Reporting to: Field Nutrition coordinator Number of Post: 01 Duration of the project: 5 months with the possibility of extension Required Qualification and experience - BSC in public Health officer and Nursing with more than three years of work experience on CMAM/IMAM as supervisor a/facilitator or mentor - TOT on AM management /IMAM/CMAM - Good interpersonal communication and facilitation skill - Respect for multiculturalism and Value - Mentoring and facilitation skill - Be able to work under pressure and towards tight deadlines with minimum supervision - Promote team synergy in a multi-cultural work environment - A resourceful person and self-starter - Transparent, accountable and honesty - Be able to communicate in English, Amharic and local language

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Mothers and Children Multisectoral Development Organization (MCMDO)

  • TFP supervisor
  • more than 3 years
  • (Chifra and Teru Woredas), Afar (Tselemti), Tigray

Mothers and Children Multisectoral Development Organization (MCMDO) is an Ethiopian resident charity organization registered in accordance with the charities and societies proclamation No 1113/2019 with a certificate No 0022. MCMDO currently is implementing more than 24 projects and development activities in Oromiya, SNNPR, Somali, Gambella, Benishangul Gumuz, Tigray, Amhara, Harari, Afar, Dire Dawa, and City Administration of Addis Ababa. Duties and Responsibilities - At the inception of the program carry out health facility capacity assessment and institutional mapping related to IMAM in collaboration with WoHO and project team - Prepare weekly and monthly work plan for effective implementation of TFP(SC and OTP) - Strengthen referral linkage among CMAM /IMAM component through availing standard referral forms at the health facility level - Carry out regular mentoring and monitoring of health facilities with OTP and SC using standard scorecards/supervision checklists - Regularly ensure performance outcome of the therapeutic feeding centers meet SPHERE standard - Facilitate nutrition education at TFP sites in close coordination with Nutrition education supervisor - Provide technical support for health facilities and WoHO to analysis and utilization of TFP data for local decision - Strengthen nutrition surveillance and data management system of the woreda and health facilities - Organize and provide Standard training on SA Management /CMAM/IMAM for health workers and health extension workers - In collaboration with WoHO, health facilities and the community regularly update outbreaks and any other aggravating factor for malnutrition through weekly situation update - Ensure geographic and treatment coverage of CMAM services and subsequently required met need is achieved - Strengthen/ Support the Establishment of quality SC center and regular regularly mentoring - Follow up and Ensure caretakers at SC are receiving appropriate food, hygiene, and educational services - Organize and conduct regular joint monitoring field visit with partners and follow up to address on identified gaps - Technically support the CMAM logistic management system at facility and woreda level to improve continues logistic availability - Improve documentation of TFP data at the health facility level - Strengthen TFP reporting and recording through regular supportive supervision and availing documentation materials and job aids - Weekly, monthly and quarterly progress report based on a prepared work plan for TFP Project title: Emergency Nutrition Response project Reporting to: Field Nutrition coordinator Number of Post: 3 Duration of the project: 5 months with the possibility of extension Required Qualification and experience - BSC in public Health officer and Nursing with more than three years of work experience on CMAM/IMAM as supervisor a/facilitator or mentor - TOT on AM management /IMAM/CMAM - Good interpersonal communication and facilitation skill - Respect for multiculturalism and Value - Mentoring and facilitation skill - Be able to work under pressure and towards tight deadlines with minimum supervision - Promote team synergy in a multi-cultural work environment - A resourceful person and self-starter - Be able to communicate in English, Amharic and local language

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Mothers and Children Multisectoral Development Organization (MCMDO)

  • Emergency Nutrition Response project
  • 5/7 years
  • Chifra Woreda, Afar

Mothers and Children Multisectoral Development Organization (MCMDO) is an Ethiopian resident charity organization registered in accordance with the charities and societies proclamation No 1113/2019 with a certificate No 0022. MCMDO currently is implementing more than 24 projects and development activities in Oromiya, SNNPR, Somali, Gambella, BenishangulGumuz, Tigray, Amhara, Harari, Afar, Dire Dawa, and City Administration of Addis Ababa. Job Position Summary The Overall role of the Field Nutrition coordinator is to coordinate emergency nutrition response projects supported by EHF 2nd allocation located in Chifra. He/she will be responsible to strengthen the integration of IMAM in the primary health care unit level. Follow up day to day activities of emergency Nutrition activities and budget. He/she will be responsible to prepare woreda based project work plan and budget for the duration of the project, request monthly bases and follow up its proper utilization. Produce weekly/monthly and quarterly comprehensive quality progress reports and submit to partners and to the immediate supervisor. Responsibility and tasks: - The nutrition field coordinator is responsible for the overall planning, coordination, implementation, monitoring of the ENR project under his supervision in close collaboration and coordination with the project manager, supervisor, liaison officer and partners. - Periodic field visits the project sites and provides formal and informal feedback for project staffs and partners - Responsible for proper management of human and logistic./financial resources efficiently and effectively for the realization of the project objective. - Closely follow up day to day project activities and budget utilization are properly used. - Produce a quality weekly, monthly and quarterly statistical reports and share for partners and head office. - Establish strong partnership relationships with the government, community, and other stakeholders and regularly monitor the performance result of the relationship through productive review meetings and joint field monitoring. - Conduct initial institutional mapping and capacity assessment of primary health Care status and community structure related to IMAM. - Jointly with partners design strategies and approaches to strengthening the integration of the IMAM. - Facilitate the mainstreaming of child protection, gender, and GBV during project design, implementation, and monitoring. - Provide ongoing feedback for supervisors, recognizing and praising success and pointing out failures - Monitor the progress of the project based on the Log frame and plan - Write weekly/monthly/quarterly comprehensive and high-quality project progress report - Identify lesson learned and potential best practices related to IMAM intergeneration in pastoralist context - Ensure effective IMAM coverage and service integrated into the existing primary health care unit level - Audit IMAM coverage and services using SQUEAC methodology for improving met need proportion - Participate in monthly Regional emergency task force meeting - Strengthen/establish and co-lead multi-sectoral coordination task force at woreda level - Strengthen Nutrition surveillance and emergency response capacity of partners Project title: Emergency Nutrition Response project Reporting to: Nutrition program Manager Number of Post: 01 Duration of the project: 5 months with the possibility of extension Required qualification and experience - MPH or BSC in health officer, Nursing, Nutrition, and related fields, and - Has at least 5 years (MPH.) and 7years (Bsc.) of practical experience in managing projects/programs related to Emergency Nutrition /CMAM/IMAM - Demonstrated leadership ability to inspire and empower others; - Demonstrated technical and coordination ability, sound judgment, ability to interact and work effectively with others at all levels; - Organize and accurately completes multiple tasks by establishing priorities while taking into consideration special assignments, frequent interruptions, deadlines, available resources - Establishes, builds and maintains effective working relationships with staff and partner organizations to facilitate the provision of support - Proficiency in verbal and written English, Amharic and site-local language - Concept paper development, operational planning, budget planning and management, monitoring and evaluation, report writing; - Has the experience of working in a multi-cultural environment and local communities. - Has the ability to synthesize and analyze information critically. - Has excellent interpersonal skills and a demonstrated ability to work in a team environment. - Ability to work flexibly including weekends and willingness to travel and work in rural locations and live in basic conditions.

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Concern Worldwide

  • Project Manager
  • 3/6 years
  • Somali

Job Description Leadership, Coordination and networking - Manage the emergency nutrition intervention project as per the project proposal and budget secured. - Ensure the proper and timely utilization of the allocated project budget - Contribute to budget preparation and revision as necessary - Coordinate and manage project staff and conduct PDR of each of these Officers. - Assist the project team to develop weekly and monthly objectives and work-plan for the project and ensure that all planned activities are met. - Coordinate and ensure that reports from project officers are received timely, compiled, analyzed and submitted. - Monitor staffing needs and ensures the recruitment of local staff in a timely manner - Ensure the project the logistics officer is tracking & properly managing allocated fleets, food resources and other supplies - Update the Area Manager about security issues on a regular basis - Ensure good collaboration and participation of government and other relevant partners - Liaise with relevant national and international NGOs operating in the area and government bodies to ensure information sharing and coordination, regarding response plans, agreements, and reports. Technical Support and Facilitation - Compile monthly, quarterly, and project end reports to Concern, government, and donors. Provide both formal and ongoing training to field teams and partners in planning and implementing the project. - Support staff development through coaching and mentoring to enhance the capacity of project and partner staff - Organize and provide capacity building training for Out-reach workers on sanitation and hygiene promotion - Prepare periodic review meeting with CMAM officer, supervisors, Out-reach workers, and Government stakeholders Monitoring and Evaluation - Ensuring that Monitoring & Evaluation plans are implemented with the involvement of relevant stakeholders - Ensuring that all project partners have a clear understanding of Monitoring & Evaluation requirements and incorporate them in the project implementation - Plan and implement project monitoring and evaluation activities - Develop different monitoring tools based on the activities Planning, Reporting, and Accountability - Contribute to the preparation of internal and external reports - Prepare Bi-weekly, monthly and quarterly reports and submitted on a timely manner to the regional program manager. - Ensure that program participants and stakeholders have clear information about the program activities as appropriate and relevant to them. - Make sure all the policies and guidelines of the organization are adhered and respected by project staff - Make sure that mainstreaming gender, protection, accountability, HIV/AIDS, and equality throughout the implementation of the project period. - Committed to CWW’s vision, mission and core values Additional Duties - Perform other duties assigned by the line manager for the accomplishment of programme objectives. Emergency response Concern is committed to responding to emergencies efficiently and effectively in order to help affected people meet their basic needs, alleviate suffering and maintain their dignity. To this end, when emergencies strike and the Ethiopia Programme is to respond, all staff are required to actively participate in the response, regardless of location and contribute to the efforts aimed at achieving the humanitarian objective of the organization. Gender Equity - Ensure that programme/project staffs have a strong understanding of gender mainstreaming and that gender mainstreaming tools are effectively implemented across all programmes/projects - Coordinate with the Gender Equality Coordinator in planning, allocating and implementing a programme budget for gender mainstreaming - Ensure that programmes have a thorough gender mainstreaming design and plan from the conceptualization stage - Ensure that gender mainstreaming is effectively implemented and monitored throughout the project cycle management process. - Ensure that gender sensitive indicators and M & E plans are in place and that they are effectively monitored - Ensure quality reporting on gender mainstreaming in all programme reports Job Requirements - MPH/ MSc or BSc. degree in Public Health, Nutrition or other health-related fields of study with minimum of three years or six years relevant experience respectively in an emergency & development context; - Minimum of three years NGO experience - Management experience in wider emergency response programmes - Experience of managing multi-sectoral teams - Financial Management skills and some experience in donor compliances - Good analytical, monitoring and evaluation skills - Experience in CMAM programme is advantageous - Flexible, reliable, culturally sensitive - Fluent spoken & written English and local languages - Good administrative skills - Computer Literate - Self-starter and motivator - Excellent communication and interpersonal skill Competencies: - Knowledge of participatory approaches - Excellent ability to write good quality reports and proposals in English. - Able to work in teams/ isolated situations and stressful environments and under pressure meeting deadlines. - Ability to plan own work, set priorities, complete work under pressure or when faced with competing demands and report - Analytical skills - Strong interpersonal and communication skills - Computer proficiency What we offer - A competitive salary and benefit package - Excellent medical benefits (100% cover including dependents) - 20 days annual leave - 26 weeks (paid) maternity leave, 18 weeks (unpaid) parental leave Salary: ETB 28,577 - ETB 34,179

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Danish Refugee Council

  • Supply Chain Assistant (Maternity Cover)
  • 2 years
  • Addis Ababa

Job Description Title: Supply Chain Assistant (Maternity Cover) Location: Addis Ababa Reports to: Supply Chain Manager Start of Contract & Duration: 5 Months Posting date: January 13, 2020 INTRODUCTION The Danish Refugee Council (DRC), an international non-governmental organization (NGO), has been providing relief and development services in the Horn of Africa since 1997. DRC promotes and supports solutions to the problems faced by refugees, internally displaced people (IDPs), and migrants. The organization has offices across the region and has been operational in Ethiopia since 2009. With funding from bilateral and multilateral donors, DRC is currently implementing a range of activities across Ethiopia and Djibouti, including WASH and shelter provision, child and youth protection, gender-based violence response, awareness-raising of migration risks, protection monitoring of migration routes, and livelihoods support for returning migrants or those at-risk of migration. PURPOSE OF THE JOB This position provides procurement data entry, bid document duplication, binding & distribution to vendors, filing procurement document, support fleet management, support in storekeeping, support asset management, cover for SCTL when roving, LVP facilitation, support in vendor vetting & and assists the in the preparation & facilitation of payment request for supplier. RESPONSIBILITIES AND TASKS - Handle bid document duplication, binding & keep a record of distribution to vendors. - Provide assistance during tender opening & file tenders documents in a labeled box file. - Assist procurement officers in maintaining appropriate documentation, tracking and filing of all procurement activities to ensure traceability of all documents and expenses. - Collect proforma invoices for various services & single quotes for goods purchase as deemed necessary. - Handles incoming and outgoing stock to/from the store and ensures that store issue vouchers are properly completed; - Ensures the use of the stock card for recording all items and make sure one stock card must be used for only one item; - Handles goods receipts via GRNs and ensures that all warehouse documents are handled and managed in a professional way; - Reports and updates the stock balance monthly, quarterly and submit to the Supply Chain Manager & Head of Support Services. - Provide assistance in the preparation of payment request and follows up a collection of cheque by the suppliers; - Assist Procurement officers in preparation of request for quotations, comprehensive tender report, and - Purchase Orders and also follow up on delivery of the goods by the suppliers. - Facilitate & follow up the signing of documents by SMT. - Maintains Suppliers database & keep a record of blacklisted supplier & rental vehicle drivers. - Performs other related duties. Experience and technical competencies: (include years of experience) - 2 years of relevant work experience - Ability to work as a team player - Strong interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to work under pressure. Education: (include certificates, licenses etc.) - BA Degree in Logistics, Procurement or Supply Chain Management or Relevant Field - Strong Computer Skills Languages: (indicate fluency level) - English - Very good level of written and spoken All DRC roles require the post-holder to master DRC’s core competencies: Striving for Excellence: Focusing on reaching results while ensuring efficient processes. Collaborating: Involving relevant parties and encouraging feedback. Taking the lead: Taking ownership and initiative while aiming for innovation. Communicating: Listening and speaking effectively and honestly. Demonstrating integrity: Acting in line with DRC's vision and values

  • 5 days ago
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  • Jan, 26/2020 (8 days left)

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Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH

  • Driver
  • 5 years
  • South Wollo, Mehal Saynt Wereda

Job Description Driver GIZ- Internal/External Vacancy Announcement #001/2020 Biodiversity and Forestry Program As an international cooperation enterprise for sustainable development with worldwide operations, the federally owned Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH supports the German Government in achieving its development-policy objectives. GIZ promotes complex reforms and change processes. In Ethiopia, GIZ has been working for more than 40 years in bilateral cooperation on behalf of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) and on the commission of the Ethiopian government and international donors. GIZ Ethiopia is looking to recruit a driver to support the implementation of forest landscape restoration and income generation activities around Borena Saynt National Park for the GIZ-Biodiversity and Forestry programme. Summary of Duties and Responsibilities The driver is responsible for - safely and responsibly performing all official travel using official vehicles - regularly servicing and looking after official vehicles - taking account of all available information on road conditions, accessible routes, and locations - running official errands and - assisting with other office work The driver performs the following tasks: Tasks Driving The driver - provides passenger transport in an official car for office, project or programme staff, official visitors and guests - runs errands for the project, programme or office, e.g. sending letters and messages, paying bills and buying smaller quantities of office supplies - helps with transporting goods - completes the vehicle log correctly and conscientiously in accordance with GIZ standards Service The driver - Cleans the interior and exterior of the vehicle(s) regularly - Checks oil, water, brakes and brake liquid, tyre pressure, battery levels and the entire vehicle, monthly or every 5,000 km (whichever is first), headlights, brakes, bodywork for dents etc. is responsible for the project vehicle documents and their good condition, keeping a vehicle log and recording monthly maintenance - Calculates monthly petrol, oil and lubricant consumption for the daily cash fund and for forwarding monthly vouchers to cost accounting - Reports need for service and carry out minor repairs - Immediately reports all involvement of the project or office vehicle in accidents, including minor accidents, damage, loss or theft of vehicle fittings Knowledge management The driver uses all available information (including current radio news on traffic conditions) to update daily knowledge of road conditions, current passable routes, and locations, and shares this information with other office drivers Other duties/additional tasks The driver Assists other colleagues as needed in the project, programme or office if there is no travel pending, carries out other office work on request Required qualifications, competences and experience Qualifications - Secondary school to college-level education - Hold a valid 3rd-grade driver’s license - Certificate in good conducts and/or safe driving Professional Experience - At least 5 years of working experience as a driver with references - No major accidents within the past 3 years Other knowledge, additional competences - Good knowledge of English, and Amharic - Discipline and punctuality - Stress tolerance and patience - The familiarity of Addis Ababa and Borena Saynt landscapes - Appropriate appearance and friendly manner - Free from addictions

  • 5 days ago
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  • Jan, 23/2020 (5 days left)

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ACTION AGAINST HUNGER

  • MEAL Specialist
  • 3 years
  • Wollega

As a registered charity, founded in 1979, Action Against Hunger operates in 45+ countries. The international network of Action Against Hunger is represented in France, United Kingdom, Spain, Canada, the USA, and India. Teams in the field combat hunger on 04 fronts: Nutrition and Health, Food Security and Livelihoods (FSL), Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH), and Mental Health and Psycho-social Support (MHPSS). We are currently looking for the following professional: MEAL Specialist General Assignment: The Base MEAL Specialist is responsible for the overall day to day management of the M&E activities in the base. He/ She will ensure proper implementation of the monitoring and evaluation activities, monitor day to day activities in the field, and oversee proper delivery of activity progress reports. Furthermore, they will support the MEAL TA in the rolling out of new M&E tools and will assist regarding any data analysis and quality checking needs for data entry that may arise. Finally, they will provide support in drafting any monitoring and assessment reports that may be required. Objective 1: Implement the monitoring and evaluation activities in the field: - The identification of needs and demands for M&E roles & activities from field PMs; - The development and implementation of MEAL framework of programs; - Ensure that MEAL standards of the program and the mission are being implemented and respected; - Ensure that program targets and objectives are being met per proposal guidelines; - Ensure the proper follow-up and consistency of Activity Progress Reports; - Undertake baseline, midline and endline survey’s ensuring quality in data collection, analysis, and reporting; - Ensure timely undertakings in surveys like PDMs, KAP, etc.; - Undertake continuous field monitoring visits and draft reports on the visits, including actions taken and recommendations; - Review field level donor and government reports for consistency with the MEAL standards; Objective 2: Effectively implement the accountability framework: - Acquaint themselves on the FCB of Action Against Hunger; - Follow-up and recommend workable operation in the FCB system; - Ensure feedbacks are collected & review and compile the monthly accountability reports; - Review the FCM minimum standards of Action Against Hunger and work in setting the goal per operational area in terms of FCM; - Continuously engage with program team on the effective implementation of FCM; Objective 3: Effectively and efficiently, utilize communication, coordination, and partnerships: Capacity - Actively consult with others to ensure you understand their needs or goals; - Consulting with the PM to determine support needs in field-level MEAL; - Support the field team in quality data management; - Support the field team on analytical tools and methodologies; Communication - Make complex things simple for the benefit of others; - Actively listen and question to check your understanding and draw out others ` - Be sensitive to what others may be feeling, based on what they say, how they say it and their non-verbal behavior, adapting your style and approach to fit; - Address difficult issues when they arise, being honest and open; Partnerships - Maintain on-going relationships with individuals and contacts through networks, based on mutual rapport and respect; - Take on different work when necessary to achieve a team or organizational goal; - Listen to and take on board fresh perspectives and views even if you initially disagree with them; Steward resources - Implement ways to reduce the inefficient use of resources or pass the ideas on to someone who can make them happen; - Estimate the resources needed to achieve your own work plans or objectives and to deliver them in the most efficient and cost-effective way; - Set and communicate realistic timelines for achieving tasks, working out how best to adapt as priorities change or unforeseen circumstances arise; Strive for improvement - Constructively challenge existing practice; - Seek better ways of doing things, taking into account the possible implications; - Make positive suggestions on a way forward when faced with challenges even if these fall outside own scope of work; - Look inside and outside Action Against Hunger for new ideas and evaluate them for own work; Objective 4: Learning: - Facilitate experience shared and review meetings at the field level between sectors; - Establish a system for gathering, organizing, documenting and sharing of learnings and best practices; - Document and share best practices and learnings through publications, web sharing and other means within the mission; Educational Qualifications and Skills Required: - Bachelors degree in humanitarian affairs, international development, public health, epidemiology, economics, or other social/developmental sciences - At least 3 years of proven experience in the Monitoring, Evaluation, Learning, and Accountability of humanitarian or development programs - Demonstrated knowledge of M&E concepts and international humanitarian quality standards - Experience with mobile data collection (preferred) - Experience with GIS (preferred) Required skill: - Professional, motivated, open, creative, mature, responsible, flexible and culturally sensitive - Excellent communication, writing, and analytical skills - Proven ability to translate evaluated results into learning strategies - Experience in monitoring and evaluating donor (i.e. ECHO, SIDA, PRM, EHF) funded activities - Skills on statistical and other software (MS Excel, SPSS, SPHINX, STATA, EPI Info, ENA for SMART, GIS, etc.) - Microsoft Office Skills (Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint, Word) - Experience in humanitarian M&E - Experience in designing and leading internal and external evaluation - Experience designing and leading capacity building and training for national teams - Familiarity with Management Information Systems (Databases) and GIS - Knowledge of project cycle management - Previous experience with nutrition, WASH, food security and livelihoods programming. - Previous experience with cash-based interventions (i.e. cash for work, cash transfers or cash vouchers) - Experience with mobile data collection processes and platforms - Experience with GIS and spatial analysis - Familiarity with Management Information Systems (Databases) Salary: Minimum 19,706.00 ETB Maximum 29,285.00 ETB with other additional benefits provided according to the social benefit packages of the organization.

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Concern Worldwide

  • Gender Equality Officer
  • 2 years
  • Pugnido Refugee Camp, Gambella

Under the overall guidance and supervision of the Gender Equality Coordinator, the Gender Officer will play a lead role in the implementation of gender transformative training for Concern Gambella staff and in the implementation of gender-sensitive programming in Gambella. Under the guidance of the Gender Equality Coordinator and gender equality officer based in Addis, the Gender Equality Officer in Gambella will be responsible for ensuring the completion of all Gender Activities planned in the Gambella region under current grants. Main duties and responsibilities : Organisational The Gender Equality officer will work closely with the Gender Coordinator and Gender equality officer base in the Addis team, in the implementation of gender-sensitive workplace policies and practices in the Gambella operation. Programmatic Project design & implementation - Act as the focal person for gender-sensitive programming for Concern’s emergency programs in Gambella. - Provide training as required on best practice tools for the implementation of gender mainstreaming to all Concern and partner staff based in Gambella region - Fully understand Concern’s Engaging Men and Boys Strategy and lead the programme teams in its implementation at Gambella. - Support the Gender technical team with field related inputs for the development of future programs and activities - Prepare, monthly and quarterly report Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning - Contribute to the documentation of best practice and learning. - Participate in learning reviews and evaluations and ensure that learnings are applied in the development of future gender-sensitive programming Capacity Building - Carry out gender training for staff relating to both attitudes, behavior and programmatic implementation - Provide technical support to staff following completion of the training - Contribute to the planning and implementation of campaigns around gender action/awareness-raising. Networking: - Liaise with other INGOs, LNGOs, and Government representatives and take an active role in forums, task forces, core group meetings and consortia related to all cross-cutting issues for learning, experience sharing and joint action implementation. - Jointly organize and implement campaigning events to influence decisions as needed Emergency Response - The concern is committed to responding to emergencies efficiently and effectively in order to help affected people meet their basic needs, alleviate suffering and maintain their dignity. To this end, when emergencies strike and the Ethiopia Programme is to respond, all staff are required to actively participate in the response, regardless of location and contribute to the efforts aimed at achieving the humanitarian objective of the organization. Job Requirements Concern Code of Conduct and its Associated Policies Concern's Code of Conduct (CCoC) and its associated policies; the Programme Participant Protection Policy, the Child Safeguarding Policy and the Anti-Trafficking in Persons Policy have been developed to ensure the maximum protection of programme participants from exploitation and to clarify the responsibilities of Concern staff, consultants, contractors, visitors to the programme and partner organizations, and the standards of behavior expected of them. In this context, the staff has a responsibility to the organization to strive for and maintain the highest standards in the day-to-day conduct in their workplace in accordance with Concern's core values and mission. Concern's Code of Conduct and its associated policies have been appended to your Contract for your signature. By signing the Concern Code of Conduct you demonstrate that you have understood their content and agree to conduct yourself in accordance with the provisions of these two documents. A breach of this policy will result in disciplinary action up to, and including dismissal. Women are highly encouraged to apply Person Specification : Essential: - Given the nature of this role, female candidates are strongly encouraged to apply. - Strong weighting will be given to practical experience in the consideration of applications. Education, Qualifications & Experience Required: - Bachelor’s Degree in related Studies - A minimum of two years’ experience working on gender equality, preferably in an international NGO and humanitarian setting. Competencies: - Knowledge of gender theories and concepts. - Experience and skills in delivering training on gender equality. - Facilitation skills - Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, especially oral communication - Dynamic and energetic - Technical understanding of gender mainstreaming and GBV concepts - Knowing the local language is mandatory (Agnwak or Nuer) What we offer: - A competitive salary and benefits package. Excellent medical benefits (100% cover including dependents). 20 days annual leave 26 weeks (paid) maternity leave, 18 weeks (unpaid) parental leave Salary: 13,480-16,122

  • 1 week ago
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  • Jan, 20/2020 (2 days left)

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Technoserve

  • Deputy Chief of Party
  • 10 years
  • Addis Ababa

Job Description I. About TechnoServe: TechnoServe works with enterprising people in the developing world to build competitive farms, businesses, and industries. We are a nonprofit organization that develops business solutions to poverty by linking people to information, capital and markets. Our work is rooted in the idea that given the opportunity, hardworking men and women in even the poorest places can generate income, jobs and wealth for their families and communities. With five decades of proven results, we believe in the power of private enterprise to transform lives. II. Program Description: TechnoServe seeks a Deputy Chief of Party (DCOP) to assist the Chief of Party in leading the implementation of a five-year Enhancing Market Efficiency and Resilience for Growing Ethiopia’s New Coffee Economy (EMERGENCE) funded by the United States Department of Agriculture’s (USDA), JDE and Peet’s Coffee which will benefit tens of thousands of smallholder coffee farmers in Yirgacheffe, one of the world’s most celebrated coffee origins. The program will help farmers boost productivity and expand trade, and has a strong focus on improving farmers´ capacity to rehabilitate their trees. The DCOP will oversee coffee market system development efforts including activities designed to 1) facilitate external stakeholder relationships, 2) augment coffee and agronomic research and develop suppliers of genetic material for planting 3) facilitate agricultural lending 4) build the capacity of business service providers and strengthen regional and international platforms to better support rehabilitation and renovation efforts. The program will collaborate closely with local and international private, public, and civil sector partners to achieve results. During the COP’s absence, the DCOP serves as acting COP. III. Position Description: Working under the supervision of the Chief of Party, the DCOP will be in charge of: Stakeholder management ● Develop and manage partnerships with coffee companies, the commodity exchange, trade associations, host government programs, international development project implementers and other stakeholders aimed at expanding benefits to coffee sector project beneficiaries ● Keep government informed about project progress by attending update meetings ● Ensure corporate and donor compliance by monitoring program compliance with all its policies, rules and regulations ● Manage project media communication in close coordination with HQ, USDA and international buyers including the organizing of field visits, buyer follow up and origin promotional efforts. ● Support the launch of a National Coffee Platform (NCP) for all coffee stakeholders, including women and youth, to ensure coordination and accountability ● Assist ECTA to operationalize the recently drafted CECSIR to enable ECTA to be in a position to foster a more supportive business environment – characterized by ease of doing business, accountability of regulators and policymakers, and transparent rules of engagement – that is critical to boosting the competitiveness of the Ethiopian coffee sector ● Coordinate project activities with the EU funded coffee project implemented by BOFed and ECTA Coffee sector development ● DCOP is responsible for leading the enabling environment activity ● Work with exporters and private service provider to develop a Coffee Service Provider model tailored to the Ethiopian context ● Work with a tech company to develop a traceability solution meeting exporter and international buyers’ needs ● Asses gaps and opportunities in the current certification market and develop a certification strategy for Yirgacheffe wet mills ● Develop and support the implementation of a new Ethiopian coffee marketing strategy, including branding, segmentation, and promotion ● Work with ECX to develop an independent arbitrator system to address buyer complaints and improve the sector’s international reputation and contract compliance. Operational Support ● The DCOP supports the COP in the day-to-day operations of technical implementation teams and ● Manage, motivate and develop country field teams to guarantee the successful execution of program activities as well as team members’ professional development. Promote positive team dynamics. ● Develop bi-annual reports to the government, summarizing progress made to achieving coffee value chain targets ● Collaborate with other project team members including those tasked with facilitating access to finance, implementing MEL, and communicating project successes, to effectively integrate their activities in support of coffee value chain development efforts ● Use monitoring and evaluation data and insights to propose strategic adjustments to coffee program activities Research and Development ● DCOP manages the partnership with Kew Gardens and manages their climate change resilience expert on the ground ● The DCOP collaborates and coordinates with JARC to conduct climate resilience varietal and adaptation research, and develop strategies to assist farmers to better manage shocks in the short- and medium-term, with a view to enhance the competitiveness and safeguard the long-term sustainability of the sector. ● Oversee the establishment of agrometeorological experiments for trials sites and oversees the dissemination of results and integration into the project’s training curricula ● Develop and oversee the learning agenda of the project and manage wet mill processing protocol pilots ● Support the Climate Change Resilience expert to support JARC to identify and preserve climate resilient germplasm ● Review and develop a sustainability strategy that meets buyer requirements and presents an attractive return on investment for wet mills ● Work with Ethiopian academia to document project lessons learned and document impact to promote adoption and advocate for gradual improvements in the Ethiopian coffee market ecosystem IV. Required Skills and Experience: ● Bachelor’s degree in agronomy, agroforestry, economics, agricultural economics, business administration, supply chain management or a related field with at least 10 years of progressively wider responsibility of which at least 3 years of which to be a management experience managing staff, managing external relations such as government and donors, planning and staff development. ● At least 5 years’ experience in Ethiopian coffee or other similar industry including interactions with international buyers and exporters. ● Strong experience in managing people, leadership skill, teamwork, facilitation, and collaboration capacity ● A detail-oriented person with the ability to effectively manage operations, ensure high-quality program execution consistently, as well as timely reporting and diplomatic communications. ● Excellent written and verbal communications including the ability to communicate clearly and effectively to diverse audiences in English ● Demonstrate experience of strategic planning, management, supervision, and budgeting of projects ● Experience of interacting effectively and collaboratively with a broad range of public and private sector counterparts and other key stakeholders, in building consensus, and in developing and managing mutually beneficial partnerships that leverage resources to create greater impact ● Strong organizational skills and a capacity to handle multiple tasks under tight deadlines with a high level of attention to detail ● Independent judgment and strong problem-solving and decision-making skills required, with limited supervision ● Experience working with USDA, USAID, or other bilateral-funded projects desirable

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  • Jan, 20/2020 (2 days left)

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The Carter Center - Ethiopia

  • Driver Logistician
  • 5 years
  • Metekel Zone, Benishangul Gumuz

Vacancy No: VA_017_FY20 The Carter Center is a not-for-profit international NGO committed to waging peace, fighting disease and building hope worldwide. The Carter Center country office in Ethiopia, which assists the Government of Ethiopia in Disease Elimination and Eradication Programs, is looking for a qualified professional to fill the following Driver Logistician post for its Health Programs. Main responsibilities: - Drives assigned vehicles carefully and follow transport policy at all times. - Ensures assigned vehicle has a spare tire, usable tools and is fit for field activity. - Strictly maintains logbook for the assigned vehicles. Registers every trip and keeps records of related expenses. Ensures payments related to assigned vehicles are paid against the logbook record. - Ensures assigned vehicle is properly serviced, washed & greased as required. - Ensures proper procedures are strictly followed when vehicles are checked in and checked out of the garage. - Provides an immediate report of accidents to the Assistant Logistics Officer. - Ensures that the assigned vehicle has up-to-date insurance coverage and has undergone annual inspection before the deadline. - Assists his/her supervisor with administrative & financial responsibilities, as needed. Obtains supervisor approval prior to effecting payments when handling financial transactions. - Performs other activities as instructed by the supervisor. Required Number: 1 (one) Terms of Employment: One-year contract with a possibility of extension Qualification and Experience: - 3rd grade or equivalent driving license and completion of secondary school. Training on automotive will be an asset - Minimum of five years of experience in driving. - Experience in handling finance and logistics. - NGO Experience is more preferable. Additional Requirements: - Certificate on auto mechanics skills will have an added value. - Good communication skills, proven experience in driving both in town & rural areas. - Able to communicate in the English language. - The candidate must have reasonable experience in fieldwork. - A recommendation letter from the most recent employer

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  • Jan, 20/2020 (2 days left)

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Technoserve

  • Program Analyst
  • 5/7 years
  • Addis Ababa

Job Description I. TechnoServe Background: TechnoServe works with enterprising people in the developing world to build competitive farms, businesses, and industries. We are a nonprofit organization that develops business solutions to poverty by linking people to information, capital, and markets. Our work is rooted in the idea that given the opportunity, hardworking men and women in even the poorest places can generate income, jobs and wealth for their families and communities. With five decades of proven results, we believe in the power of private enterprise to transform lives. II. Program Description: TechnoServe seeks a Program Analyst to assist the Chief of Party (COP) in leading the implementation of a five-year Enhancing Market Efficiency and Resilience for Growing Ethiopia’s New Coffee Economy (EMERGENCE) project funded by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), JDE, and Peet’s Coffee which will benefit tens of thousands of smallholder coffee farmers in Yirgacheffe, one of the world’s most celebrated coffee origins. The Analyst will oversee (i) operational support to field teams, (ii) budget management, and (iii) organizational, procedural, host government regulatory, and donor regulatory compliance. III. Position Description: The Program Analyst’s primary responsibility is to support the implementation of EMERGENCE to achieve programmatic excellence, sound financial management and contractual compliance with USG and internal regulations. He/she oversees budget functions to monitor expenditures, pipeline planning and coordinate with COP to prepare donor reports as well as provide administrative and programmatic support. He/she liaises with the firm tasked with monitoring and disbursing incentive payments to farmers. Responsibilities listed but not limited to the below: Programmatic support - Develop and prepare periodic operational management dashboards for COP, donor, and country senior management - Ensure communication and updates are regularly shared internally with all the program staff - Provide support in the preparation of annual program operational planning (work plans) by agronomy, wet mill, and research teams - Develop and maintain an information management and communication system and processes to ensure plans and progress are captured, shared and stored effectively. - Lead the composition of quarterly project status reports for corporate review to ensure transparency and progress sharing cross-functionally within the organization - Oversee the business service provider implementation of the project’s innovative cash for stumping pilot which facilitates cash incentive payments to farmers and washing stations to ensure cost-efficient and fraud-free delivery of these services, creating the maximum productivity impact for each dollar invested - Competitively identify and procure service providers, such as an independent survey firm, to verify stumped trees Budget and compliance management - Responsible for all financial planning, forecasting, budget management and reporting for EMERGENCE - Prepare periodic budgetary control statements to determine project financial performance and suggest corrective action, if required - Work with the COP to prepare project, annual and multi-year budgets and accurately forecast cash flow needs - Support the COP and Controller to develop corporate annual budget plans and mid-year budget reviews - Work with Agronomy and Wet Mill Team Managers to prepare bottom-up budgets - Analyze variances and explore potential problems with project budget, working closely with staff to forecast and address any variances - Ensure effective project funds use, oversee cost control in order to maximize the project’s impact with the project’s available resources and maximize the project’s Social Return on Investment - Ensure corporate HR, procurement, and financial procedures are followed, alert the COP of any incidents of noncompliance, suggest corrective action if required, train staff in organizational standards, and promote ethical behavior Administrative support - Act as liaison between Finance, HR, Logistics/Procurement, and the technical teams - Provide pipeline analysis and forecasting of HR, Finance, and Procurement needs as well as the preparation of the project’s annual procurement plan - Support team to track advance requests and timely reconciliations - Review payroll and expense reimbursements for local staff - Ensure effective asset management and proactively signal maintenance needs to Addis office - Assist with general program operations and field-based activity and logistics such as around events to Job Requirements IV. Required Skills and Experience: - Bachelor's degree in Business and Administration, Finance, Economics or related field with a minimum of 7 years of experience in financial and operational management. With an advanced degree/MBA, a minimum of 5 years’ experience is required - Deep knowledge of best practices in financial, administrative, and operational management required - Excellent knowledge of Microsoft Excel, Word, and PowerPoint required - Good leadership skills and strategic orientation - Ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously - Financial management and reporting skills - Excellent verbal, analytical, organizational, and written skills - High attention to detail - Excellent management skills and ability to work in a team environment - Excellent verbal and written command of English - Experience of working in the private sector preferable - Knowledge of grants management preferable - Knowledge of USDA or USAID donor reporting requirements preferable

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Water Witness International

  • Regional Programme Manager - Water Stewardship
  • 7 years
  • Addis Ababa

We are seeking a high-calibre individual with the experience, skills and vision needed to deliver a complex multi-stakeholder water stewardship implementation and learning programme in Ethiopia, whilst also providing strategic development and leadership to the Alliance for Water Stewardship Africa. The postholder will lead the delivery of our ‘Putting Water Stewardship to work for Ethiopia’ initiative which will support and learn from the implementation of the Alliance for Water Stewardship Standard at several Industrial Parks, and vertically within Ethiopia’s garment, textile and cotton sectors. Role and Responsibilities The objectives of this role are to effectively deliver the ‘Putting water stewardship to work for Ethiopia’ programme and the AWS Africa Strategy. The Programme Manager will ensure efficient and high-quality delivery that is co-owned by partners and which is managed adaptively to maximise positive impact for our beneficiaries in the challenging contexts we operate within. Specific responsibilities include: Programme management and delivery The primary focus will be on ensuring the successful delivery of our ‘Putting water stewardship to work for Ethiopia’ programme. This work will ensure that water use within Ethiopia’s Industrial Parks and within the growing garment, textiles and cotton sectors reflects global best practice and that water risks (such as pollution, water quality problems, resource depletion and degradation, inadequate water supply and sanitation, flooding and drought impacts, and water conflicts) are managed through alignment with the Alliance for Water Stewardship standard by stakeholders at sites and at catchment scale. The work will contribute to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals and support job creation, poverty reduction and sustainable and climate-resilient economic growth. Learning from the initiative will also stimulate the development of the AWS system, and accelerate its scaling and uptake in Africa and globally. The work requires coordination and collaboration with partners to deliver: - Participatory water risk and opportunity assessments in various sectors and at several geographical scales (site, industrial park, municipality, catchment, national, global); - Development and delivery of water stewardship plans, innovations and training; - Stakeholder convening, issue prioritisation, ownership and learning; - Inclusion of the most vulnerable people in decision making and action on water stewardship; - Documentation and analysis of evidence, lessons and insights; - Generation of advocacy objectives and materials, and delivery of compelling communications and influencing strategies at multiple scales to secure system change (business/company, sector, Ministries, cross-governmental, regionally, global standard systems, etc.) The post holder will undertake a wide range of programme management activities including: - Planning, delivery and reporting against programme budgets, activities, outputs & outcomes. - Management, mentorship & support to staff, partners, Country & Global Advisory Groups. - Providing direct line management to a small team, initially comprising 2 to 3 staff. - Assignment and tracking of tasks and resources through regular communication, meetings and visits to ensure impact within budget and timescales. - Authoring reports, assuring quality of work and outputs. - Financial management, ensuring statutory compliance and alignment with internal policies. Strategic leadership and regional coordination The Regional Programme Manager will be responsible for supporting the successful delivery of the AWS Africa Strategy, which was developed by Water Witness & partners in 2018. This includes establishing AWS Africa as an autonomous entity. AWS Africa is the regional initiative of the global Alliance for Water Stewardship. It works for a water-secure Africa driven by responsible water stewards who play a leading role in economic growth, poverty reduction and sustainable management of natural resources. AWS Africa Strategic goals: - The AWS standard and system are relevant and widely used in Africa, delivering value for companies, communities, government and civil society and progress towards the SDGs. - AWS Africa, it's brand and members are widely recognised and respected for their contributions to improved water security. - AWS Africa, its members and wider network have the capacity, finances and resources and knowledge required to deliver their mission. The strategy includes a transition plan which will establish AWS Africa as an autonomous legal entity within the region, and the post-holder will play a key role in this work over the coming years. Duties will include: - Technical advice and strategic leadership for water stewardship and the work of AWS Africa; - Managing, convening and overseeing the work of the AWS Africa Regional Advisory Group. - Delivering on priority aspects of AWS Africa strategy including capacity building, fundraising, promotion & support for AWS implementation, communications & advocacy. - Establishing & managing networks and knowledge exchange, in particular with progressive private sector companies, IFI’s, governments, NGOs, donors, & AWS service providers. - The organisation, delivery and facilitation of national and regional meetings, events and forums. - Continual improvement & development of the AWS standard & stewardship approach. - Develop compelling communications to elevate stewardship within media & debate. As a strategic lead for water stewardship in Africa the postholder will also: - Proactively input to debates on water stewardship to ensure that social justice & sustainable water management are at the forefront, & that we build positive influence; - Identify & develop a wide range of constructive partnerships in pursuit of strategic objectives; - Provide advice on, and organise training on the use of the AWS Standard in Africa. - Evolve our programme portfolio on water stewardship to maximise positive impacts; - Represent the organisation at a senior level within local, regional and global engagements; - Identify, develop and secure fundraising opportunities; - Ensure that our systems, assets and processes are effective and appropriate. Person Specification Experience and Qualifications Essential - A postgraduate degree in a relevant field. - At least 7 year’s relevant experience. - Hands-on experience of managing complex natural resource or water stewardship initiatives, corporate sustainability and/or standards programmes which have delivered demonstrable positive change. - A track record of working effectively with the private sector, government and civil society stakeholders both at a Senior/Executive level and with technical staff in challenging contexts. - Experience of the challenges and opportunities facing corporate engagement for sustainable and inclusive development. - Extensive programme management experience including delivering concurrent initiatives, budget management, ME&L and reporting to donors and partners. - A proven, positive team player, able to mentor, delegate and collaborate within a multi-cultural, dispersed team. - Experience/knowledge of setting up a local or regional civil society entity in Ethiopia. Desirable: - Excellent understanding and experience of the water, climate or natural resource sectors, and incorporate engagement and standards for sustainable development. - Relevant experience and networks in Ethiopia, Africa and globally. - A successful track record of fundraising, institutional development and advocacy. Skills and Attributes Essential - A gifted communicator, both as a speaker and author in English and Amharic. - A high degree of competence in using IT tools, platforms and programmes. - Able to create and manage effective and productive partnerships. - Emotionally intelligent leadership and the ability to support and mentor others in a fast-paced environment. - Exceptional organisational skills, professional diligence and high ethical standards and conduct. - Proven ability to think, plan and act strategically and pro-actively. - Must be dynamic, creative, and passionate about delivering positive change in the world. - Familiar with current concepts and approaches within water resource management, WASH, water stewardship and international standards. Desirable: - Familiarity and competence in media, film/photography, communications, publishing and the use of social media

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  • Feb, 6/2020 (19 days left)

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Ethiopian Catholic Church Social Development Coordinating office of Meki (ECC-SDCOM)

  • Finance Officer
  • 2 years
  • Meki, Dera & Shashemene

Ethiopian Catholic Church Social Development Commission Coordinating Branch office of Meki (ECC-SDCBOM) is a faith-based Non-Governmental Organization having Social Development activities in the Vicariate of Meki. The Social Development activities are carried out under the Social and Development Commission Branch Office. Ethiopian Catholic Church Social & Development Commission Branch Office of Meki needs to employ personnel on the following Job areas. Job summary: The Finance Officer is a focal person for projects under him/her and responsible to ensure the overall coordination, leading and supervision of respective projects. FO must also ensure compliance to policies, procedures, donors’ and local government requirements. The FO serves as an advisor to the leadership on matters relating to financial management. The FO prepares financial information and interprets results to promote good stewardship and manage risks. The Finance Officer ensure advances received are properly accounted for and liquidated within the established deadlines Key /Specific Duties and Responsibilities: Disbursements & Reviewing Liquidation Documents - Reviewing liquidations ascertains costs incurred are allowable, allocable within the project period, and in line with an approved budget line item, agreement and ECC SDCBOM policies. - Makes sure that all documents presented for liquidation are accurate, valid, original and cross-referenced. - Regularly follow up on the timely submission/justification of questioned costs by communicating partner and program staff. - Review receivable accounts to be accurate, complete and facilitate for settlement as per the ECC SDCBOM policy and procedure. - Prepare disbursements to disburser, cashier and other internal & externals users for complete, valid documents from the right project code respect to ECC SDCBOM policies and procedure. - Ensure withholding tax, staff income tax computations are correctly calculated and are settled on time. - Ensure that ECC SDCBOM settles payroll liabilities each month to the respective organizations to avoid grant-related liabilities. - Maintains separate files for the respective project and by partner, complete with all the necessary documents (approved project budget, budget amendments, grants agreements, information on opening and closing dates of projects). - Prepare VAT receivable claims for USAID projects & follow to complete the refund forms as required. - Maintain vendor agreements in their proper category and refer to them while making payments. Budgeting and Budget Management - Work closely with program staff in the development of new budgets while ensuring accuracy, completeness, and reasonableness of budgets. - Ensure the use of correct templates, respect donor requirements while preparing the budget. Required No:3 Term of Employment: One year with the possibility of extension Minimum Qualification Requirements: Education & Experience - BA /BSc Degree in Accounting or from a recognized institution - 2 years’ work experience - NGO experience is more preferable Competencies /Knowledge, Ability and Skill - Strong computer skills, particularly Excel, Word, and Access. - Knowledge of ECC SDCBOM finance, accounting, and budgeting policies, procedures, and standards preferred. - Experience with accounting systems required; Quick books or Peachtree accounting experience preferred. - Fluency in written and spoken English; excellent written and oral communication skills. - Afan Oromo reading and understanding is mandatory - Training and knowledge of USG Financial Management regulations Emergency Competencies These are rooted in the mission, values, and principles of ECC SDCBOM and used by each staff working in emergencies to fulfill his or her responsibilities and to achieve the desired results. - Communicates strategically under pressure - Manages stress and complexity - Actively promotes safety and security - Manages and implements high-quality emergency programs Agency-wide competencies - Serves with Integrity - Models Stewardship - Develops Constructive Relationships - Promotes Learning

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  • Jan, 24/2020 (6 days left)

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Medecins Sans Frontieres Spain

  • DRIVER ( POOL)
  • 2 years
  • Different regions in Ethiopia

Performing the tasks of transporting authorized goods and passengers in an MSF vehicle, ensuring its technical and safety conditions and respecting the country's traffic rules and MSF security rules, in order to provide a safe, smooth and efficient service. ACCOUNTABILITIES • Checking daily, the technical conditions of the assigned vehicle (state of the tires, oil, fuel, brakes, radio equipment, spare parts, etc.), performing weekly check according to the MSF Logbook, refilling it when necessary, and keeping it clean to ensure it can be driven in perfect conditions. Carrying out a hand over if another uses the vehicle • Ensuring the security of passengers in the vehicle, driving carefully, observing speed limits and traffic rules in the country as well as MSF security rules, in order to avoid car accidents. • Ensuring all passengers have all necessary papers in order before traveling, and ensuring non-MSF staff sign disclaimers of responsibility before using the vehicle • Ensuring correct loading and unloading of the vehicle, submitting the documents to the receiver of the goods, checking the status of delivered goods, returning the duly completed documents to Logistics and ensuring that the goods have the necessary documents • Ensuring that all vehicle documents and the driver's driving license are valid and in the vehicle. • Informing the line manager of any incident involving the transportation of passengers and/or goods. • Knowing how to use all types of radios, codes, call numbers and radio alphabets by heart and communicating with base according to MSF communications policy to inform the driver's position and any potential implications. • Knowing and respecting the security rules related to vehicle movements, specifically those related to customs, checkpoints and roadblocks. Ensuring all passengers know and respect the security rules. MSF Section/Context Specific Accountabilities Transport provision Provides transport according to the required project/mission activities and needs: o ensuring the security of passengers and the safety of goods o driving carefully o observing speed limits and traffic rules of the country o respecting MSF security rules Vehicle condition and maintenance: • Carries out daily check the technical conditions of the assigned vehicle (state of the tires, oil, fuel, brakes, radio equipment, spare parts, etc.), • Is responsible for the presence of all equipment and documents in the vehicle (toolbox, spare tire, rescue equipment, discharge of liability, logbook, first aid kit, maps, ...) • Performs weekly checks according to the MSF Logbook • Ensures that the vehicle is always in good condition following instructions and guidelines of Logbook and carries out a handover if another driver uses the vehicle • Is responsible for the update of the logbook; records mileage, fuel consumption, servicing, repairs, accidents, etc • Refills the vehicle when necessary • Keeps the vehicle clean (inside and outside) • Informs supervisor when action or repairs are needed • Assists the mechanic when working on the vehicle Cargo Ensures the correct loading and unloading of the vehicle, in particular: o Loads and offloads the vehicle in good time before departure • dropping of letters, payment of utility bills, ….) • Collection or small purchasing of goods as per the request of the supervisor. General • Perform duties based on the given schedule or as per the request of the supervisor. • NEVER BE UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF ALCOHOL OR ANY NARCOTIC WHEN DRIVING o Submits relevant documents to the receiver of the goods o Checks the status of delivered goods o Returns the duly completed documents to Logistics o Ensures that the goods have the necessary documents Documents • Ensures that all vehicle documents and the driver’s driving license are valid and in the vehicle • Ensures all passengers have all necessary papers in order before travelling and that non-MSF staff sign • Dis claimers of responsibility before using the vehicle • Informs his/her supervisor of any incident involving the transportation of passengers or good Security • Checks security situation and road conditions before departure • Knows and respects the security rules related to vehicle movements, specifically those related to customs, checkpoints, and roadblocks. Ensures all passengers know and respect the security rules. • Knows how to use all types of radios, codes, call numbers and radio alphabets by heart and communicates with base according to MSF communications policy to inform the vehicle's position and any potential implications Liaison • Carry out small liaison tasks as requested (collecting of documents Carry out small liaison task as requested (collecting of documents, dropping off letters, payment of utility bills, ….) • Collection or small purchasing of goods as per the request of the supervisor. General • Perform duties based on the given schedule or as per the request of the supervisor. • NEVER BE UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF ALCOHOL OR ANY NARCOTIC WHEN DRIVING. Requirements Education • Essential literacy and driving license. Good knowledge of country roads Experience • Essential 2 years minimum of previous driving experience • Desirable experience with specific vehicles to use (4x4, boats, motorbikes, etc.) • Desirable in MSF or other NGOs Languages • Mission language and local language essential Knowledge • Desirable knowledge of basic mechanics • Good knowledge of mission area roads Competencies • Results and Quality Orientation • Teamwork and Cooperation • Behavioral Flexibility • Commitment to MSF Principles • Stress Management

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  • Jan, 20/2020 (2 days left)

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Danish Refugee Council

  • HR and Administration Manager
  • 5 years
  • Addis Ababa

Job Description Title: HR and Administration Manager Location: Addis Ababa Reports to: HoSS Grade-F1 Start of Contract & Duration: One Year Posting date: January 9, 2020 INTRODUCTION The Danish Refugee Council (DRC), an international non-governmental organization (NGO), has been providing relief and development services in the Horn of Africa since 1997. DRC promotes and supports solutions to the problems faced by refugees, internally displaced people (IDPs), and migrants. The organization has offices across the region and has been operational in Ethiopia since 2009. With funding from bilateral and multilateral donors, DRC is currently implementing a range of activities across Ethiopia and Djibouti, including WASH and shelter provision, child and youth protection, gender-based violence response, awareness-raising of migration risks, protection monitoring of migration routes, and livelihoods support for returning migrants or those at-risk of migration. OVERALL PURPOSE OF THE JOB - Lead and manage Human Resources and Administrative functions - Provide overall advice, coordination, and management to the Human Resources and Administration team at the head office and technical Human Resources support to the field offices. - Ensure efficient support to the program in accordance with existing DRC policies and procedures. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Responsibilities: Management - Lead and manage the Human Resources and Administration team (including people planning, performance, well-being and development, travels) - Provide technical support, advice, and capacity to build the Human Resources and Administration team - Advice and assist managers in Human Resources related issues and concerns; - Ensure HR & Administration department functions are fit for purpose by providing capacity building and training to relevant staff (across departments) according to the DRC Operations Handbook and policy briefs; - Lead development of relevant SOPs to clarify roles and responsibilities of staff across the department to ensure clarity of processes in line with country HR strategy; - Support the HoSS with development of an HR Strategy for Ethiopia & Djibouti, taking into account gender balance and retention policies, aligned with the overall country strategy; - Lead the implementation of the Microsoft Dynamics 365 HR module across DRC sites and serve as a Super User in the Country Office, providing training as necessary; - Ensure all staff receive an updated onboarding package with all departments within 1 week of starting with DRC, improve the induction package as necessary and as the context changes. Recruitment, development and people planning - Drive and support recruitment and selection activities ensuring compliance with the recruitment process - Work with the senior management team and senior staff on new staff retention strategies and initiatives - Ensure proper onboarding process - Ensure oversight and consistency in position titles and grades, across all field locations - Support staff development activities including promoting the DRC Learning Catalogue. - Develop/maintain local processes for staff development making use of the DRC Learning Catalogue. - Assist managers to identify, recommend and approve Learning & Development initiatives for their employees through DRC’s Learning Catalogue. Performance, well-being and compensations & benefits - Proactively respond to and manage performance counseling, employee grievances, and disciplinary issues as required, with a focus on building manager competency and ensuring that documentation is kept - Lead the performance management process - Act as an impartial mediator in disciplinary procedures and ensure it is administered in an equitable and fair manner and meets all legal and labor regulations and requirements - Lead people well-being initiatives - Define and review salary structure in partnership with the Senior Management team and coordinate annual compensation review process and compensation adjustments Human Resources Policies and Support - Maintain and update Staff Human Resources Handbooks as necessary - Proactively pursue continuous process improvement in Human Resources related practices in order to enhance the quality and efficiency of output/delivery. - Work closely with HQ to share information and provide support as required Administrative HR management - Ensure oversight of relevant lists (e.g. leave, RR) in coordination with managers and field sites - Monitor contract end dates and proactively liaise with managers regarding extension or end of the contract - Coordinate the exit process - Ensure oversight of internal and international travel - Ensure timely updating and renewal of organization registration certificates Legal documents: - Ensure oversight of visas and work permits renewal with the support of a lawyer - Ensure oversight of processing legal paper documents from government offices with the support of Lawyers. - Ensure oversight of processing renewal of organization registration with the support of a Lawyer - Ensure oversight of report submission to government offices with the support of a Lawyer. Facilities Office management - Develop/maintain local processes for Facilities management. - Ensure all office infrastructures are appropriate, safe and functioning - Ensure the insurance plan is in place for all office buildings and equipment and updated at all times. - Oversee follow-up and renewal of lease agreements for office premises, guesthouse, and expatriate housing - Assist with cost containment through procurement planning and pooling. Guesthouse management: - Management of the guesthouse ensuring all infrastructures are safe and functioning. - Ensure guesthouse management procedures and handbooks are updated and applied. - Monitor guesthouse planning is updated Administrative support - Ensure communication of travel policies and monitor compliance to it. - Monitor travel requests are done sufficiently in advance. - Oversee archiving policies are implemented. - Ensure the development and monitoring of trackers for administrative tasks. As Manager the post-holder is responsible for the following: - Accountable for achieving DRC’s strategic goals and objectives within the area of responsibility - Accountable for making significant decisions on what the unit does: its purpose, functions and role, and for making commitments and decisions that require the expenditure of significant unit resources. - Accountable for people management of direct reports, generally at least 3 employees. This includes hiring & firing, objective setting, probation, performance appraisal, development of staff, managing performance, including poor performance, etc. - Accountable for making sound decisions based on DRC policies, MOPs, standards, and the advice of technical experts in DRC. All DRC roles require the post-holder to master DRC’s core competencies: - Striving for excellence: You focus on reaching results while ensuring an efficient process. - Collaborating: You involve relevant parties and encourage feedback. - Taking the lead: You take ownership and initiative while aiming for innovation. - Communicating: You listen and speak effectively and honestly. - Demonstrating integrity: You act in line with our vision and values. Job Requirements - At least 5 years' experience in a relevant field, of which at least 2 years in a senior Human Resources and Administration management role within an NGO - At least 3 years' experience with people management - Proven leadership skills and competence in people management - Demonstrated understanding and working knowledge/experience of Human Resources Management principles, concepts & processes - Extensive knowledge on local labor lawµ - Excellent skills in handling and advising on complex people management issues - Experience in developing Human Resources strategies and policies, and driving implementation - Experience using an online system for recruitments - Master’s Degree or post-graduate education qualification in Human resources or Business Administration - Amharic required - Full professional proficiency in English - French is an asset

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  • Jan, 24/2020 (6 days left)

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Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH

  • Administrative Officer
  • 5 years
  • Addis Ababa

Job Description Administrative Officer GIZ- Internal/External Vacancy Announcement #002/2020 CIM Program As a provider of international cooperation services for sustainable development and international education work, GIZ - Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit – is dedicated to building a future worth living around the world. We have over 50 years of experience in a wide variety of areas, including rural and economic development, education and employment, energy and the environment, and peace and security. Together with our partners, we work to deliver flexible, effective and cost-effective solutions that offer people better prospects and sustainably improve their living conditions. Of our 18,260 employees in some 120 countries, almost 70 percent are national personnel working in the field. As a public-benefit German federal enterprise, we are committed to meeting our clients’ high standards with regard to transparency and accountability. German and European values are central to our work. The German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) is our main commissioning party. European Union institutions, the United Nations, the private sector and national governments benefit from our services, too. In Ethiopia, GIZ has been implementing development programmes on behalf of the German government for over 40 years jointly with our national partners. The focus of our work in the country is on vocational education, sustainable use of natural resources, land management and food security, biodiversity and forestry. Further programmes enhance the development of a sustainable textile sector and renewable energies. The Program Migration and Diaspora at GIZ- CIM works to harness the positive impact of regular migration and diaspora engagement to drive forward social and economic development in partner countries. The approach reflects the German government’s migration policy by: - Leveraging the potential of regular migration - Strengthening partner countries’ capacity to actively shape Migration processes - Addressing the causes of displacement and irregular migration - Supporting migrants in returning and reintegrating into the labor market - Making migrant remittance fees transparent - GIZ Ethiopia is looking to recruit an Administrative Officer for the CIM programme. Responsibilities Administration - Providing administrative services for the program - Organizing administrative and logistical aspects of project activities (events) in coordination with the events team at the country office - Coordinates with the GIZ country office for administrative processes - Manages confidential files Finance - Helps monitor expenses in accordance with a budget - Manages and monitors the monthly accounting and financial plans - Manages travel advance and settlement for coordinators Procurement - Coordinates with procurement team at GIZ Country office to place orders and follow up on procurement of material for partners and the program Required qualifications, competences and experience Qualifications - Bachelor’s Degree in Finance, Business Administration, Procurement or related field - Proven organizational and coordination skills in an international context - Ability to work independently Professional experience - Minimum of 5 years of work experience Other knowledge, additional competencies - Excellent communication and interpersonal skills - Ability to communicate with different stakeholders - Excellent written and verbal communication skills of English and Amharic, knowledge of German language is an advantage

  • 1 week ago
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  • Jan, 19/2020 (1 days left)

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Danish Refugee Council

  • Protection Officer (Re-advertised)
  • 2 years
  • Bule Hora

Title: Protection Officer (Re-advertised) No of Position: Two Location: Bule Hora Reports to: Protection team leader Start of Contract & Duration: until March 31,2020 Posting date: January 9, 2020 INTRODUCTION The Danish Refugee Council (DRC), an international non-governmental organization (NGO), has been providing relief and development services in the Horn of Africa since 1997. DRC promotes and supports solutions to the problems faced by refugees, internally displaced people (IDPs), and migrants. The organization has offices across the region and has been operational in Ethiopia since 2009. With funding from bilateral and multilateral donors, DRC is currently implementing a range of activities across Ethiopia and Djibouti, including WASH and shelter provision, child and youth protection, gender-based violence response, awareness-raising of migration risks, protection monitoring of migration routes, and livelihoods support for returning migrants or those at-risk of migration. PURPOSE OF THE JOB Under the supervision of the Protection Team leader, the Protection Officer will coordinate and implement DRC’s protection activities in West Guji, Oromia region and Gedeo, SNNPR. Specifically, she will plan, implement, monitor and document protection activities targeting DRC’s beneficiaries, including staff from governmental and humanitarian service providers. The position will, furthermore, be tasked to develop and adapt training and monitoring tools, to conduct training and awareness-raising sessions and provide direct assistance and support to people with specific needs. She or he will also provide technical assistance and guidance to other stakeholders on protection mainstreaming. RESPONSIBILITIES AND TASKS Technical Responsibilities: - Implement assigned protection activities in line with international standards and best practices. - Plan, implement and monitor day-to-day protection activities as part of DRC’s Protection Team. - Conduct protection needs and vulnerability assessments. - Lead the prioritization of the most vulnerable individuals for service using agreed vulnerability criteria. - Ensure the provision of effective protection services and referrals. - Identify individuals with special needs and provide specialized assistance. - Collaborate with relevant partners to develop and maintain protection referral mechanisms. - Develop and contribute to the development of training materials on protection issues. - Contribute to the development of guidelines on DRC’s specific activities - Undertake analysis and assessments of protection issues - Ensure protection mainstreaming in all of DRC’s interventions. - Support in the capacity building of staff, beneficiaries, duty-bearers and other stakeholders in basic protection concepts, PFA as well as protection mainstreaming. Project Monitoring and Evaluation: - Monitor protection trends and needs in DRC’s areas of intervention and recommend activities and responses for DRC and other agencies. - Analyse disaggregated protection related data as a means to inform programming and response activities. - Regularly monitor the project’s protection activities and provide feedback for ensuring activities are responsive, and contextually and culturally appropriate. - Assisting in developing and conducting assessments, mid-term and end of project reports and evaluations. - Ensure DRC’s accountability commitments are mainstreamed into all protection activities. Report Writing and Documentation - Support in the development of daily, weekly and monthly reports. - Ensure proper documentation of all project activities including means of verification, assessments and case studies. - Contribute to the development of project proposals and concept notes. Experience and technical competencies: (include years of experience) - Minimum of 2 years’ experience in an entry to mid-level position, with experience in the field of humanitarian response and refugee/IDP protection working for an international NGO, UN agency or relevant ministry or local authority. - Technical understanding of core protection concepts (including Child Protection and GBV), prevention and response strategies, including experience with operationalizing global best practices and international standards for implementing protection programming in humanitarian contexts. - Proven record of designing and facilitating training and workshops on protection-related topics. - Hands-on experience with protection case management, psychosocial support and supporting community-based protection structures. - Experience working with displaced or conflict-affected populations. - Strong planning, organizational and problem-solving skills with the ability to work both independently and within a team. - Integrity, strong work ethic, and ability to consistently meet deadlines under pressure. - Strong interpersonal skills and commitment to learning and implementing organizational policies and procedures. - Full proficiency in Microsoft Office, including Word and Excel. Education: (include certificates, licenses etc.) - University degree in social sciences, law, social work, international development, or other relevant fields from a recognized institution. Languages: (indicate fluency level) - Excellent skills in speaking, reading and writing English. - Excellent skills in speaking, reading and writing in Afan Oromo and Amharic - Knowledge of Gedeoffa is highly preferred All DRC roles require the post-holder to master DRC’s core competencies: - Striving for Excellence: Focusing on reaching results while ensuring efficient processes. - Collaborating: Involving relevant parties and encouraging feedback. - Taking the lead: Taking ownership and initiative while aiming for innovation. - Communicating: Listening and speaking effectively and honestly. - Demonstrating integrity: Acting in line with DRC's vision and values

  • 1 week ago
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  • Jan, 22/2020 (4 days left)

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Technoserve

  • Contract Business Advisor – JDE Hulling Stations
  • 3 years
  • Limu Kosa woreda /Jimma/, Oromia

TechnoServe works with enterprising people in the developing world to build competitive farms, businesses, and industries. We are a nonprofit organization that develops business solutions to poverty by linking people to information, capital and markets. Our work is rooted in the idea that given the opportunity, hardworking men and women in even the poorest places can generate income, jobs and wealth for their families and communities. With more than four decades of proven results, we believe in the power of private enterprise to transform lives. For more information, visit www.technoserve.org II. POSITION DESCRIPTION A field-based position is responsible for the day-to-day support and training of private coffee processing enterprises to develop and implement sustainable coffee businesses. The training and support covers social responsibility, occupational health and safety, environmental responsibility (Dry mill and farm) and, economic transparency including First aid & Bookkeeping training, III. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Identify coffee processing clients and provide them with technical support in the following areas: · Strengthening the sustainable coffee business practices of at least 12-15 processing units by providing training and day to day support. · Monitor clients’ compliance with TNS Sustainability Standards and jointly develop action plans to improve compliance. · Maintain relationships with other TNS field level teams and local stakeholders and leads clients. · Monitor Coffee processing operations including Volume/quality and traceability. · Conduct audits to assess compliance and give feedback to clients, updating their action plan. · Participate in regular team meetings. · Submit weekly field reports to the project manager and support impact monitoring and evaluation activities. · Work closely with woreda level government agencies and participate in industry initiatives and partnerships with key stakeholders on issues that promote the mission of TechnoServe’s coffee program. · Perform other duties as assigned by the immediate supervisor. Job Requirements I. REQUIRED SKILLS & EXPERIENCE · Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field – business, agriculture, the sciences, economics, etc. · At least 3 years of experience in one or more of the following areas: coffee processing or agronomy, agri-business, business administration, cooperative management, SME development, agriculture, training or extension is preferred. · Strong interpersonal and cross-cultural skills. · Willingness to spend significant time in rural areas. · Excellent English oral & written presentation skills. · Computer literacy · A motor bicycle riding license is a must. Ability and willingness to ride a motor bicycle are also mandatory. · Knowledge of Oromiffaa language is a requirement II. PREFERRED SKILLS: · Knowledge of the different coffee certification standards is preferred,

  • 1 week ago
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  • Jan, 19/2020 (1 days left)

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The International Committee of the Red Cross Delegation

  • ICT Specialist II
  • 3-4 years
  • Addis Ababa

The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) is an impartial, neutral and independent organization whose exclusively humanitarian mission is to protect the lives and dignity of victims of armed conflict and other situations of violence and to provide them with assistance. For more information, visit the website: https://www.icrc.org/ The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) Delegation in Ethiopia is looking to hire an experienced, highly motivated and qualified person for the position of ICT Specialist II. Job Description Under the supervision of the ICT Manager of ICRC Ethiopia, ICT Specialist manages and organizes all ICT systems and services in the location where s/he is posted. A non-exhaustive list of tasks is: - Ensure planning, deployment, and attribution of ICT equipment (computers, network, printers, PABX, Telecom materials, Radios, etc.) - Ensure maintenance, service and proper handling of ICT assets in a small-to-medium sized infrastructure. - Maintain and exploit existing systems, mainly independently. - Manage and administrate a park of materials. - Provide training and support to the users. - Support Level 2 ICT Service Requests within the area of responsibility (Delegation and Sub-Delegation Offices) in collaboration with other support teams and ensure compliance of related management policies governing the Global Support Model framework. Profile: - Good analytical and organizational skills - Sense of responsibility and ability to take initiatives and work independently. - Willingness of self-education in ICT-related fields. - Excellent communication and interpersonal skills. - Flexibility and resistance to stress. - Be able to travel within Ethiopia or abroad whenever needed. Job Requirement - University degree in Computer Science, Telecommunications or related field from a recognized institution. - 3-4 years of work experience in a similar field. - Good knowledge in computer hardware, software and networks (Windows 8.1 /10, Windows Server 2008R2/2012/2016, MS Office, Web Applications, LAN and WAN). - Good knowledge of Telecommunications (VHF, HF, VSATs, PBX, Telephony, etc.) - Very good language skill in English and Amharic - Driving license with experience a big plus

  • 1 week ago
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  • Jan, 26/2020 (8 days left)

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CEFA Onlus – Ethiopia

  • Field Agents
  • 3 years
  • Seden Soddo and Ameya with a daily trip to the project sites

CEFA (European Committee for Training and Agriculture) is a Non-Government Organisation whose headquarter is in Bologna, Italy. CEFA works in North/East Africa and Latin America with international donors, mainly in the following activities: 1) Rural economy with production, transformation, and commercialization of agricultural products; 2) Crafting products; 3) Basic infrastructures to guarantee water access, requalification and environment protection of the territory and the use of renewable energies; 4) Technical and Management training. In Ethiopia, CEFA is registered since April 2018. ABOUT THE PROJECT Name of the project: Seeds of Future The Seed of Future project is an integrated initiative that aims to contribute to the improvement of the production and intake of a nutrient-rich diet by rural communities in the Oromia Region, through the adoption of a multi-sectoral approach (agricultural, social and health), work with a particular emphasis with women, children and other vulnerable groups, by creating and promoting a new social pact and strong alliances between producer associations and other institutions. This is done with the intent to activate a process of structural change, whereby agricultural practices are promoted among peasants and families while taking into account the diversity of the production systems. Location of the project Oromia Region, South West Shewa Zone - Wolisso Zuria, Goru, Seden Soddo and Ameya Wereda. ABOUT THE ROLE CEFA is looking for 2 motivated field agents to support small scale farmers, women groups and local cooperatives in the development of new income and productive activities in the field of agro-food production and processing. The field agents will work in the Woreda or in the Wolisso Office, under the supervision of the Project agronomist coordinator. Role and Responsibility: All the following tasks will be carried out in collaboration and under the supervision and responsibility of the project coordinator and the agronomist supervisor. - Coordination and close collaboration with the agronomist coordinator; - Participation in periodic meetings with the project team; - Assistance and technical support to women's cooperatives or groups; - Production, monitoring and logistics of reinforcement plan for each women’s group, in collaboration with the supervisor; - Supporting the cooperative groups with daily proximity support, with constant monitoring of the progress of the AGRs and the learning of the concepts transmitted during the training sessions, with ready problem-solving interventions and group motivation. - Awareness creation for communities of women in rural entrepreneurship and support to women emancipation; - Monitoring and logistics of training for beneficiaries; - Monitoring and logistics of the workshops and seminars organized within the project, for the areas of competence; - Collection of documentation and information (report, attendance list, photo, material, etc.); Writing activity reports; - Manage relations with local stakeholders, in particular with the relevant authorities with the creation of AGRs and micro-credit institutions; - Any other activity is necessary for carrying out the project activities as indicated by the agronomist coordinator. Location: Seden Soddo and Ameya with a daily trip to the project sites Employment type: 12 months with the possibility of extension Required Number: 2 EDUCATION REQUIREMENT: Diploma in economics, agriculture, project management, business management, cooperative management or relevant sectors and/or at least 3 years of experience in field activities in development projects in the Agro-food / AGR sectors REQUIRED COMPETENCIES: - Fluency Oromiffa is mandatory; Good Communication in Amharic and other local language is preferable; - Proven teamwork experience; - Good knowledge of oral and written English; - Excellent knowledge of the geographical context of reference; - Good ability to use the Office package and the Internet; - Preferably prior work experience with CEFA or one of the project partners; - Experience with National or international NGOs is preferable; - Motorbike driving technical skill and motorbike driving license; - Willing and able to work with quality under pressure and in difficult contexts. How to Apply Interested and qualified applicants should submit the below-listed documents not later than 20/01/2020 Via the following email address: recruitment@cefaethiopia.com Specify in the email Object: CEFA_vacancy_field agent or In sealed envelope at CEFA Onlus P.O. BOX 16035 Addis Ababa, Ethiopia; Via Hand Delivery, in a sealed envelope, at CEFA office in Wolisso town, Kebele 02, in front of Hawariat Church. Efrem Amdisa's House or Adee, Bonsitu's House. Please also don’t forget to specify the position and location you are applying for. We only receive applications submitted via the above-mentioned addresses as follows: CVs (not more than 3 pages) Cover Letter (not more than 1 page) Highest Education certificate (copy) References of three previous employers Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. The Organization has the faculty to require additional documentation related to job previous experience and current employment position to the candidates. Women are highly encouraged to apply.

  • 3 weeks ago
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  • Jan, 20/2020 (2 days left)

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