Samaritan’s Purse is looking for an energetic and motivated Driver to provide transportation as needed for both on-site and off-site events. Driver is responsible for the operation of Samaritan’s Purse’s staff to include ensuring proper maintenance of vehicles in compliance with safe driving standards ensuring the vehicle is fulled on time for trips. Transportation rules and regulations.
Drive project and project affiliated personnel to project sites within the base location, and throughout the project implementation area for project activities, including official site visits.
Ensure the readiness of the vehicle for transport service by checking oil, water, fuel, tires, and vehicle equipment, and conducting the daily safety and security inspection prior to driving.
While driving a vehicle of SPE, observe all company vehicle utilization policies and in-country traffic laws, particularly speed limits.
Maintain up-to-date record-keeping systems for vehicle issues including fuel, mileage, and trip logs.
Daily cleaning of the vehicle, exterior, and interior.
To be flexible and execute any other tasks or duties as may be assigned by the Operations Coordinator and General Coordinator
Maintain a personal, active relationship with Jesus Christ and is a consistent witness for Jesus Christ.
Perform daily safety inspections as required; fill the gas tank when needed.
Visually inspect the interior of the shuttle at the end of each shift and remove any debris left behind by passengers.
Perform all work in a safe manner; follow all associated safety guidelines.
Assume other duties assigned by the supervisor;
Education / Experience Needed
High school graduate and Experience with professional driving and basic vehicle maintenance preferred.
Excellent driving record and experience in traveling through the basic location and other key areas of the countryside.
Previous INGO work experience preferred
Fluency in English and local language
Valid driver’s license with a clean driving record and ability to meet federal and state driving standards Close adherence to all traffic regulations.
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.
Title: MEAL Officer
Location: Dolo Ado
Reports to: Area Manager
Employment Band- H2
Start of Contract & Duration: One year
Posting date: February 20, 2020
OVERALL PURPOSE OF THE ROLE:
The Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability, and Learning Officer will provide technical support to all projects and oversee all MEAL activities, including assisting project teams in defining indicators, developing data collection tools and data collection methodologies, and leading data assessments and project audit in the Dolo Ado field offices. The Officer will collaborate closely with the Addis Ababa-based MEAL Coordinator, Accountability Officer, and program team to ensure compliance with DRC’s MEAL requirements and best practices
RESPONSIBILITIES AND TASKS
Ensure full compliance with DRC’s Minimum Monitoring Evaluation, Accountability and Learning Standards in all projects implemented by the dolo ado field office.
Lead the development of MEAL components of project proposals, including the development of indicators and project-specific MEAL plans. MEAL plans and DIP will be developed in close collaboration with program teams and will be used to populate DRC’s Performance Monitoring Tracker (PMT), which will be used by the program and MEAL teams to provide monthly updates and analysis of progress against indicators.
In close collaboration with the Addis Ababa-based MEAL Coordinator and the program team, develop sector-specific data collection tools and ensure their proper use by implementing teams. The position will ensure the timeliness and quality of data collection, and ensure all captured data is managed according to protection information management standards and best practices.
In collaboration with the MEAL Coordinator, lead field-level assessments, including baseline, mid-term, end-line and post-distribution monitoring surveys.
Produce monthly analysis reports with updates on the implementation status of all assigned projects. This will entail flagging areas of concern, developing recommendations for corrective actions to share with the Area Manager, implementing teams and MEAL Coordinator, and documenting lessons learned.
In collaboration with the MEAL Coordinator, facilitate field-level learning events to capture, document and disseminate lessons learned for internal and external purposes.
Under the guidance of the MEAL Coordinator, conduct internal project audits with an eye to ensuring means of verification are documented and reflect data reported by the implementing teams.
Identify and conduct MEAL-related capacity building needs and opportunities for DRC’s program staff in the Dolo Ado field office and assume responsibility for facilitating training on Core Humanitarian Standards (CHS), and beneficiary feedback and response mechanisms.
In collaboration with the country-level Accountability Officer, assume responsibility for the implementation of and compliance with DRC Ethiopia and Djibouti’s Beneficiary Feedback and Response Mechanism, and all associated tools and SOPs, in the Dolo Ado field office.
Coordinate with regional technical lines bureaus and the Administration for Refugees and Returnee Affairs (ARRA) for reporting purposes and during project monitoring exercises and terminal evaluations.
Provide support in preparing and reviewing reports and verifying consistency between collected data, means of verification, the PMT and donor reports.
A minimum of 3 years of MEAL experience within the humanitarian or NGO field.
Demonstrated experience translating log frames and results frameworks into monitoring plans, developing data collection tools and protocols, leading data collection and management process, designing and managing databases, and analyzing data.
Proven technical skills in monitoring and evaluation and experience with both qualitative and quantitative data collection and analysis.
Excellent analytical, presentation, and report writing skills.
Experience using software applications such as Excel, Access, or statistics software such as SPSS, STATA.
Previous experience with electronic or mobile data collection.
EDUCATION: (include certificates, licenses, etc.)
University degree in statistics, economics, social sciences or related discipline
LANGUAGE: (indicate fluency level)
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
Hegere mariam Woreda, Tulfa Kebele (Debre Birhan Direction 64 KM from Addis Ababa)
Everbright plastic manufacturing private enterprise is a private company engaged with manufacturing of plastic bags and other plastic products with taking 16.6 Hectare of land, with hiring more than 1600 Ethiopian employees our company invites only competent and qualified candidates for Liaison Officer position:
Prepare the required documentation to get the expatriate work permit
Prepare the necessary documents and apply ID, visa request, visa Extension, visa on arrival, ID canceling and any necessary application process.
Assist for custom clearing case in Ethiopia shipping lines and CBE
Place of work: Amhara Region, North Shoa zone, Hegere mariam Woreda, Tulfa Kebele (Debre Birhan Direction 64 KM from Addis Ababa)
Higher education in Management, Business Administration or related fields.
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
Competent in computer skills
More than 2 years of relevant experience
The British Government is an inclusive and diversity-friendly employer. We value difference, promote equality and challenge discrimination, enhancing our organisational capability. We welcome and encourage applications from people of all backgrounds. We do not discriminate on the basis of disability, race, colour, ethnicity, gender, religion, sexual orientation, age, veteran status or other category protected by law. We promote family-friendly flexible working opportunities, where operational and security needs allow.
Job Category: Foreign and Commonwealth Office (Operations and Corporate Services)
Job Subcategory: Protocol, Visits and Events
Job Description (Roles and Responsibilities)
Main purpose of job:
Working on clearance of official consignments; assisting staff on Visa, driving license, diplomatic ID cards, vehicle registration, etc. and managing team budget and working as an emergency cover for Accounts team.
Roles and responsibilities:
Arranging import and export clearance - Unaccompanied Airfreight (UAF), Heavy Baggage, Cars, Pets, Medical items, and other goods.
Working on new registration and transfer of vehicles.
Obtaining diplomatic cards, driving licenses, duty-free papers, visas, etc.
Liaison with Ethiopian government offices over payment of bills, custom clearance and other matters where the Embassy needs assistance.
Clearance of Embassy goods from Customs and working closely with local and UK agents.
Ensure that VIP facilities are available at the airport.
Work with HM consul on British Nationals protocol matters.
Work on medical evacuation as required.
Handle imprest for the Protocol team.
Essential qualifications, skills and experience
College Diploma/Certificate in a business-related field
5 or more years experience on facilitation, clearance and protocol work
Good knowledge of Ethiopian Government offices, their procedures/policies
Basic computer skills and 3rd grade or equivalent valid driving license
Leading and Communicating, Collaborating and Partnering, Delivering Value for Money, Managing a Quality Service
Application deadline: 4 March 2020
Grade: A2 (L)
Type of Position: Permanent
Working hours per week: 36
Location (City): Addis Ababa
Type of Post: British Embassy
Number of vacancies: 1
Starting monthly salary: ETB 17,292.41
Start Date: 1 April 2020
Other benefits and conditions of employment
· The standard working hours of the British Embassy for office staff are 0800-1645 Monday-Thursday and 0800-1300 on Fridays.
Annual Leave and Public Holidays:
Locally engaged staff of all grades will be entitled to paid annual leave as follows:
Up to 2 years 22 days
After 2 years services 25 days
After 5 years services 30 days
In addition to annual leave, the British Embassy observes up to a maximum number of 14 Ethiopian, British and Religious public holidays each year. A list of such Embassy holidays will be published each year. Office Staff required to work on these holidays will be granted time off in lieu or overtime where circumstances permit.
The United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) is a specialized agency of the United Nations. Its mandate is to promote and accelerate sustainable industrial development in developing countries and economies in transition and is to work towards improving living conditions in the world's poorest countries by drawing on its combined global resources, international and national expertise. This consultancy will be under the supervision of the Agro-Industries Technology Division (PTC/AGR/AIT) part of the Agribusiness Development Branch (PTC/AGR). This Division is responsible for technical aspects of agro-based industries in textile, leather, wood and agricultural mechanization systems. Emphasis is placed on the design and implementation of programmes serving sustainable development requirements of the agribusinesses and related industries, including its environmental needs to be developed by Governments, industries, private sector agencies, and NGOs targeting poor communities to become more resilient. Furthermore, this Division also provides technical support to enhance demand-oriented vocational-technical skills for employment creation and entrepreneurship for sustainable development.
Based on the results achieved so far by the on-going project TE/ETH/08/008 as well as on the action plans developed and validated by all the relevant stakeholders involved in the sector, the Ethiopian Ministry of Industry (MoI) has officially requested to continue with the action plans implementation. Furthermore, the City of Addis Ababa MSEs development Office officially requested to support the cluster development implementation also throughout the support in terms of designing of new working areas for MSEs.
The main objective of this present project is to increase the competitiveness and turnover of the Ethiopian MSEs working on leather footwear and products industry through the implementation of the action plans produced (and started to be implemented) by the on-going project. Following the methodology, the natural time for achieving a mature network of small production units supported by assisted by supporting services institutions is taking a range of time between 5 up to 7 years. For this reason, in order to achieve this objective, the present project expects to continue to implement the action plans for developing the 3 selected MSEs networks in Addis Ababa (continuing to provide the selected networks with the necessary assistance in implementing the action plans prepared as well as to upgrade local capacities, both at institutional and private sector levels) and for continuing to provide backstopping support activities to the Ethiopian Regions.
Under this context and indirect supervision of the UNIDO Project Manager, the National Coordinator will contribute to the preparation of the following main activities, performed in collaboration with the Project Manager (HQ) and International Project Coordinator (based in Addis Ababa):
Responsible for developing and implementing the work plans for all the leather clusters and networks involved in the project (Kirkos, Merkato, Yeka);
National focal point for activities related to the Creative Hub: e.g. agreements with potential partners such as Universities, associations, etc
Outline and manage the capacity building initiatives offered to the beneficiaries with the project;
She/he will be expected to carry out the below duties/tasks:
Main Duties tasks
Maintain the relationships and act as a focal point for the YEKA-Merkato-Kirkos clusters
Responsible for organizing the data collection and make sure that all the required information is well presented according to the used tools: database, newsletter, reports, etc.
Organize all activities with Regional & Federal officials in the cluster areas: report to the supervisors using the appropriate reporting tools.
Contribute to the realization and inauguration of the Creative Hub: preparatory phase and follow up. Act as the main national focal point for developing a clear strategy for the creative hub (e.g. identification of events and training initiatives).
Represent UNIDO to national conferences or meetings for the establishment of the Creative Hub and improvement of the Cluster Development Approach;
Supporting the PM and International Coordinator to develop the progress and final reports
Facilitate and manage the involvement of strategic local institutional/private stakeholders involving them in project activities.
Ensure coordination with LIDI and monitoring the performance of the EIFCCOS common production line and LOMI machinery
Facilitate the involvement of the selected clusters in other initiatives developed by national or international stakeholders.
Facilitate backward and forward linkages for the selected clusters. Support clusters networks in their participation in fairs and promotional events
Newsletters and Reports.
All leather clusters are performing according to the plans developed
The Creative Hub is functional in all its parts/divisions: organigram, events, agreements, etc
Updated information/data on the leather sector become available for cluster development.
Core-problems and solutions are identified.
Institutional setup for clusters development is identified.
Establish and manage technical committees.
Technology upgrading of the selected clusters performed with LIDI: EIFCCOS and LOMI
Main Duty Station and location:
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia with travel within the country to support the national experts
Start of Contract (EOD):
01 April 2020
End of Contract (COB):
23 November 2020
Number of Working days:
164 working days
MINIMUM ORGANIZATIONAL REQUIREMENTS
Advanced University degree in Economics, Development, Business Administration, or related field. In the absence of an advanced university degree, a first-level degree with three years of relevant professional experience (in addition to the technical requirements set out below)
Technical and Functional Experience:
A minimum of 3 year of practical experience in the field of SMEs development, with particular emphasis on cluster and value chain development. Familiarity with local institutions is an asset. Exposure to the needs, conditions and problems in developing countries; previous work experience in UN projects and Ability to use standard office equipment.
Fluency in written and spoken English as well as in Amharic is required. The knowledge of other Ethiopian languages is an asset.
WE LIVE AND ACT WITH INTEGRITY: work honestly, openly and impartially.
WE SHOW PROFESSIONALISM: work hard and competently in a committed and responsible manner.
WE RESPECT DIVERSITY: work together effectively, respectfully and inclusively, regardless of our differences in culture and perspective.
WE FOCUS ON PEOPLE: cooperate to fully reach our potential –and this is true for our colleagues as well as our clients. Emotional intelligence and receptiveness are vital parts of our UNIDO identity.
WE FOCUS ON RESULTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES: focus on planning, organizing and managing our work effectively and efficiently. We are responsible and accountable for achieving our results and meeting our performance standards. This accountability does not end with our colleagues and supervisors, but we also owe it to those we serve and who have trusted us to contribute to a better, safer and healthier world.
WE COMMUNICATE AND EARN TRUST: communicate effectively with one another and build an environment of trust where we can all excel in our work.
WE THINK OUTSIDE THE BOX AND INNOVATE: To stay relevant, we continuously improve, support innovation, share our knowledge and skills, and learn from one another.
The Security Guard will work in direct Support of SP West Guji base in Ethiopia abiding by the SP code and conduct.
Responsible for providing security for the Samaritan’s Purse staff and property.
With a generous and serving spirit, perform all other tasks and responsibilities assigned for the benefit of Samaritan’s Purse
Control entry of vehicles and people into established secure areas (for example- a building, room, compound, warehouse, or designated area outside), to include directing the flow of crowds of people during the distribution of goods
Welcomes, screens, reports/records and announces all visitors and vehicles arriving as the assigned premises.
Performs regular checks of the premises/compound (including fire extinguishers, windows, doors, lights, and piping) to prevent incidents. Checks the cars in the compound ( lights off, windows closed.etc)
Immediately report any problem/incident or anything suspicious to his/her immediate supervisor
Assist with manual tasks around the compound as instructed by the Director of Security
Report any suspicious activity or security incidents to the Program Manager and Director of Security
Qualifications & Preferred Skills
Impeccable integrity and honesty
Committed to following the SP code of conduct, values, and ethical standards
Humble team player
Strong cross-cultural communication skills, both written and verbal
Levelheaded and calm demeanor; able to firmly, yet professionally, direct people when the need arises
Self-starter and motivated to succeed, regardless of the task
Situational awareness, attention to detail, the anticipation of events, and follow-up
Flexible and adaptable to changing schedules and requirements
Willingness to work in a field environment (including extended periods outside in extreme temperatures, rain, and dust)
Amharic/English helpful but not required