The Family Guidance Association of Ethiopia - FGAE, an indigenous NGO, in the promotion and provision of Sexual Reproductive Health and Family Planning services invites competent applicants for the post of the following.
Position: Project Manager
Required No.: 1
Qualification in Relevant Field of Study: MPH/MSc/MA in Public Health, Demography, Health Economics, Sociology, Population Study and related studies
Minimum years of relevant experience: 5 years of experience of which must have a minimum three /3/ years related experience after Masters Degree, shall possess progressive experience project Management within NGO and/or public health sector (agencies implementing donor-funded programs/projects)
Previous experience in program/project management, proposal development for donors including will be added advantage
The Center for Victims of Torture (CVT) is a US based non-governmental and non-profit organization engaged in mental health programs in Ethiopia to support the Eritrean refugees in Mai Ayni and Adi Harush refugee camps.
Currently, CVT is looking for a qualified Counselor for its Ethiopia program. This is a full-time position based in Mai-Tsebri in Tigray Region. The position holders will report to the Expert Psychotherapist/Trainers and Counseling Supervisors clinically, and to the Admin/HR Officer administratively.
Counselors will have the following major duties and responsibilities among others:
Attend, participate in, and utilize material covered in intensive initial and ongoing training.
Provide comprehensive psychosocial counseling to clients who have experienced trauma, torture and/or SGBV.
Provide assessment, individual and group counseling sessions as assigned by the Expert Psychotherapists.
Complete quarterly reports, progress notes, and treatment plans on time.
Sensitize, solve problems, dialogue and mediate with the wider population about issues of war, torture, trauma and SGBV.
Expected to become proficient with CVT’s data collection tools, conduct and submit assessments and reports in a timely and accurate.
Work closely with the database staff to ensure quality reporting.
Act as cultural and linguistic interpreters.
Ensure all work with clients is confidential and that ethical practices are observed.
Assist in designing, planning, implementing and facilitating of external training for numerous target groups.
Develop new and strengthen existing referral systems with other organizations.
Liaise with other stakeholders and partner organizations as deemed necessary.
Engage in quality self-care through supervision, debriefings, and other shared sessions.
Assist with any other related activities as deemed necessary by the Counseling Supervisors and Expert Psychotherapists.
This profile can be modified to adapt it to the project context in light of the project needs
Terms of Employment:Initial contract from June 1st, 2020 through May 31, 2021 depending on funding availability and with a possibility of continuation thereafter also depending on the funding availability.
Number of Individuals Recruited: Five (5)
Must have a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, Social Work, or other related fields. A higher degree in psychology is preferred.
Must have two years and above experience in similar settings in an international NGO.
Must be fluent in English, Amharic, and Tigrigna, written and spoken. Other Eritrean languages such as Saho, Tigre, etc. highly desirable.
Strong administrative skills
Excellent written and verbal communication skills, including empathic listening.
Ability to communicate in a highly professional manner with clients, community members, colleagues, and professional partners
Able to work independently, self-motivated
Ability to meet deadlines
Problem-solving and conflict resolution skills
Able to maintain confidentiality
Good team player: able to take direction and work collaboratively with others
Flexible and able to adapt to change
Very good level of self-organization
Ability to promote the values of equality, non-discrimination, and human rights for all
National Programme Support Officer (IOM-SVN/0011/2020)
Established in 1951, IOM is the leading inter-governmental organization in the field of migration and works closely with governmental, intergovernmental and non-governmental partners. IOM is dedicated to promoting humane and orderly migration for the benefit of all. It does so by providing services and advice to governments and migrants.
IOM is committed to a diverse and inclusive environment. Internal & External candidates are eligible to apply to this vacancy.
National Programme Support Officer
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Type of Appointment
SVN, Six months with the possibility of extension
Estimated Start Date
As soon as possible
30.03.20 - 14.04.20
Context: General functions:
Under the supervision of the Programme Support Officer and in close collaboration with the Project Development and Policy Officer and other relevant colleagues in the Mission, in IOM RO in Nairobi and in HQ, the incumbent will be supporting the Mission’s Programme Support Unit (PSU) in planning, budgeting, liaison, and reporting for relevant projects and programmes, and be the mission’s focal point for Prevention of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (PSAE) and Gender.
Core Functions / Responsibilities:
Assist in conducting an ongoing contextual analysis of needs to identify potential programme/project activities and formulate project concepts in relevant service/ thematic areas and areas of interest to IOM in line with the IOM mandate, with the East and Horn of Africa Regional Strategy, and with national, regional and global development priorities;
Participate in the design and development of new project proposals in close coordination with relevant colleagues/units in the Mission and the IOM RO, and HQs if needed, and other key stakeholders for fundraising;
Review concept notes and proposals developed by Project personnel in units/departments;
Work closely with sub-office unit heads/ colleagues and assist to develop their capacity on project development and design;
Maintain a positive relationship with donors and engaging in discussions with donors and potential donors on project ideas and proposals, promoting IOM interest;
Create and maintain an active database of donors with priority areas and funding trends identified;
Provide technical guidance and follow up with project managers on project reporting and intervene, whenever needed, monitor donor reports are submitted in line with endorsed project proposals;
Develop internal procedures for staff and other personnel to report incidents of sexual exploitation and abuse, consistent with IOM’s rules and approved by the Headquarters Task Force on PSEA (HQ TF on PSEA);
Provide awareness-raising sessions on sexual exploitation and abuse and basic gender concepts for all staff in the mission and ensure that PSEA focal points at sub-offices are designated, trained and well informed on reporting procedures as well as receiving complaints;
Support the mission in the implementation of IOM’s Gender Equality Policy (2015–2019) and in the integration of gender perspectives into all IOM programs, policies and within human resources management;
Actively engage and coordinate with the Gender Coordination Unit (GCU) at HQ;
Ensure that the Chief of Mission, Project Development and Policy Officer, GCU and IOM HQ TF on PSEA, as well as in-country interagency coordinators, are fully informed of relevant PSEA/gender work plans and reports;
Participate in relevant meetings, as requested by the supervisor;
Perform such other tasks as may be assigned.
University Degree in Social Sciences, business administration, or other relevant fields
· 6 years of relevant professional experience for master’s degree holders and 8 years for Degree Holders.
· Demonstrated expertise in the thematic area relevant to project development.
· Experience in liaising with governmental authorities, other national/international institutions and NGOs
· Experience of regional issues a distinct advantage
· Experience with project planning, scheduling and deployment of resources, and evaluation and assessment.
· Thorough knowledge of spoken and written English and Amharic.
· Knowledge of local languages is an advantage.
Values and Competencies
Inclusion and respect for diversity: respects and promotes individual and cultural differences; encourages diversity and inclusion wherever possible.
Integrity and transparency maintain high ethical standards and acts in a manner consistent with organizational principles/rules and standards of conduct.
Professionalism: demonstrates the ability to work in a composed, competent and committed manner and exercises careful judgment in meeting day-to-day challenges.
Leadership: provides a clear sense of direction, leads by example and demonstrates the ability to carry out the organization’s vision; assists others to realize and develop their potential.
Empowering others & building trust: creates an atmosphere of trust and an enabling environment where staff can contribute their best and develop their potential.
Strategic thinking and vision: works strategically to realize the Organization’s goals and communicates a clear strategic direction
Any offer made to the candidate in relation to this vacancy notice is subject to funding confirmation.
Appointment will be subject to certification that the candidate is medically fit for appointment and verification of residency, visa and authorizations by the concerned Government, where applicable.
Only candidates residing in either the country of the duty station or from a location in a neighbouring country that is within commuting distance of the duty station will be considered. In all cases, a prerequisite for taking up the position is legal residency in the country of the duty station, or in the neighbouring country located within commuting distance, and work permit, as applicable.
SOS Children’s Villages Ethiopia is an International Non-governmental organization and a member of SOS Children’s Villages International Federation. The organization started its humanitarian work with the opening of its first Village in Mekelle, Northern part of Ethiopia in 1974. The organization has been providing life-saving provisions such as food, water, and health services for a very significant number of children devastated by severe drought and the subsequent famine.
Today, we have grown significantly to meet the persistent challenges that confront Ethiopian children who have lost parental care and are at risk of losing their parental care. Working in close collaboration with international donors, local government and community-based organizations across seven program locations; SOS Children’s Villages Ethiopia aspires that every child grows up with love, respect, and security.
Why we need you?
We are looking for a Project MERA Coordinator who will be responsible for the development and implementation of a comprehensive Monitoring and Evaluation System for the effective implementation of the project.
What we provide...
An amazing work environment that promotes personal growth by providing professional space to grow and advance your career!!
As a Project MERA Coordinator, you will be in charge of the following:
Supporting project colleagues in designing and implementing a comprehensive M&E plan for the project in line with the RBM guide.
Supporting the project colleagues and partner organizations in the process of developing M&E tools
Providing technical assistance to project colleagues while undertaking monitoring, evaluation and reporting in line with the identified outcomes, and outputs.
Initiating and leading joint program supportive monitoring.
Ensuring the regular collection and capturing of beneficiary data into the PDB.
Organizing M&E training for project staffs and partner organizations in line with the SOS Children’s Villages Ethiopia RBM guide.
Designing ToR for mid-term and summative project evaluations as well as baseline studies and ensuring external assessments attain good quality.
Guiding and supporting project colleagues in the process of developing strategies to improving project M&E activities;
Contributing to the wide organizational learning by identifying, documenting and disseminating lessons learned, and good practices.
Regularly reviewing and improving the project M&E system by seeking stakeholder inputs.
Up for the challenge...
Then check out our criteria’s:
BA/BSC Degree in Sociology, Economics, Project Management, Monitoring, and Evaluation, or other relevant fields; )
A minimum of 4 years of hands-on experience in managing and executing Monitoring and Evaluation activities for donor-funded programs
Demonstrated familiarity with and understanding of qualitative and quantitative Monitoring & Evaluation methodologies that incorporate rigorous statistical methods, impact evaluation, participatory Monitoring and Evaluation techniques; and developing and implementing M&E plan and Results Framework.
Proven experience in leading and managing programs and projects
Senior Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning Officer
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, 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 Care Practices (MHCP).
We are currently looking for the following professional:
Senior MEAL OfficerGeneral Assignment:
The Senior MEAL Officer is responsible for the overall day-to-day management of the MEAL activities at the base. S/he will ensure proper implementation of the monitoring, evaluation, accountability and learning activities, monitor project activities in the field, and oversee proper delivery of activity progress reports, compile and share for the capital team. Furthermore, s/he will support the MEAL TA in the rolling out of MEAL tools and will assist data quality checking. Producing and compiling learning documents, like success stories is also the Senior MEAL Officer. Finally, the Senior MEAL Officer will provide monitoring and PDM assessment, MEAL activities and accountability reports.
Objective 1: Implement the monitoring and evaluation activities at the field: The Senior MEAL Officer is responsible for:
• Develop and implement MEAL plan for each project;
• Ensure that MEAL standards of the program and the mission are being implemented and respected;
• Ensure the proper follow up, compilation and review of Activity Progress Reports;
• Support the country office in undertaking baseline surveys with high quality of data collection;
• Ensure timely undertakings in assessments like Post Distribution Monitoring (PDM), exit interviews, and target verification reports, etc.;
• Lead the annual need assessment exercise of the field office,
• Undertake continuous field monitoring visits and draft reports on the visits, including actions and recommendations taken;
• Review and compile field level donor and government reports for consistency with the MEAL standards;
Objective 2: Effectively implement the accountability system:The Senior MEAL Officer is responsible for:
• Establishing context-based functional accountability system for the base;
• Ensure clear, timely and relevant project information are shared for communities and beneficiaries;
• Ensuring project beneficiaries know about the project activities, their entitlements, targeting criteria, selection criteria, and feedback and complaint mechanism;
• Ensuring communities and project beneficiaries actively participated throughout the project period;
• Establishing contextual Community Feedback and Complaint and Response Mechanism (CFRM);
• Ensuring feedbacks are collected, recorded in a database, reviewed timely, track and coordinate with program managers for a timely response; and compile the monthly accountability reports;
• Support the MEAL TA’s and the mission in roll outing MEAL and accountability guideline;
• Ensuring the voices and concerns of the community and beneficiaries we serve are heard through regular individual and community level assessment (FGD and KII);
Objective 3: Effectively and efficiently, utilize communication, coordination and partnerships: The Senior MEAL Officer is responsible for:
• Consulting with the PM to determine support needs in field-level MEAL;
• Support the field team in quality data management;
• Maintain on-going relationships with individuals and contacts through networks, based on mutual rapport and respect;
• 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;
• Seek better ways of doing things, taking into account the possible implications;
• Look inside and outside Action Against Hunger for new ideas and evaluate them for own work;
Objective 4: Reporting The Senior MEAL Officer is responsible for:
• Compile monthly Activity Progress Reports of the field office,
• Prepare monthly accountability report of the field office,
• Prepare Monthly MEAL Activity Report,
Objective 5: Learning:The Senior MEAL Officer is responsible for:
• Facilitate experience sharing and review meetings at the field level between sectors;
• Establish a system for gathering, organizing, documenting and sharing of learnings and best practices;
• Producing success stories and share for learning and program implementation improvement;
• Document and share best practices and learnings through publications, web sharing and other means within the mission;
• Review and compile APRs
• Ensure functional Feedback and Complaint Mechanism
• Accountability Report
• Monthly MEAL Activity Report
• Produce and Compile Program success stories
• Learning documentation.
Educational Qualifications and Skills Required:
• Minimum- bachelor’s degree in humanitarian affairs, public health, epidemiology, demography, statistics, economics, or other human health science fields.
• Preferably 1 up to 2 years of experience in the Monitoring, Evaluation, Learning, and Accountability of humanitarian or development programs;
• Familiarity with one of Action Against Hunger intervention thematic areas is also preferable.
• 1-year experience as a lecturer or assistant lecturers in the field of epidemiology, bio-statistics, statistic, demography and research.
• Fresh graduate whose first or second degree cumulative GPA greater than 3.5 can apply.
• Fluency in English (both written and spoken skills).
• Knowledge of the vacant position local language is mandatory.
• Professional, motivated, open, creative, mature, responsible, flexible and culturally sensitive
• Excellent communication, writing and analytical skills
• Skills on at least one statistical data analysis software (MS Excel, SPSS, etc.)
• Microsoft Office Skills (Outlook, Excel, Power Point, Word)
• Knowledge of project cycle management
• Commitment to ACF mission, values and policy
• Experience in humanitarian M&E
• Experience in monitoring and evaluating donor (i.e. ECHO, SIDA, PRM, EHF) funded activities preferable.
• Experience in designing and leading internal and external evaluation preferable
• Experience designing and leading capacity building and training for program teams preferable
• Familiarity with Management Information Systems (Databases) and GIS preferable
• 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 22,500.00 ETB Maximum 29,493.00 ETB with other additional benefits provided according to the social benefit packages of the organization.
The European Centre for Electoral Support (ECES) and NEBE are engaged in a long-term cooperation programme funded by the EU and German Cooperation (Deutsche Zusammenarbeit). Through these means, ECES provides direct financial and technical support to NEBE on multiple levels, including media and communication.
NEBE and ECES will establish a media monitoring unit within NEBE, to be staffed by a Unit Supervisor and five additional Media Monitors The monitors will receive training provided by ECES experts in collaboration with NEBE. The media monitoring team will cover all regions of Ethiopia. Media-monitoring experts will establish and strengthen NEBE’s media monitoring methodology regards to the different types of media (radio, television, print/online). Competitive remuneration will be offered to qualified candidates.
The objective of the unit:
Support NEBE’s internal and external communication as well as its visibility, to improve its functioning and outreach activities through monitoring the media coverage of NEBE
Collate media reports on a weekly/monthly basis, based on qualitative and quantitative analyses of reporting from selected media outlets. The monitoring will help enrich NEBE’s communication strategies and respond in real-time
Measure the impact of the voter education campaign on media and inform NEBE of findings in a timely manner
Monitor the media in all the phases of the electoral process: voter registration, candidate registration, electoral campaign, the respect of the silence period, election day, the announcement of the results at all level, and the complaints process for all the stages
Monitor and inform NEBE on possible electoral violence through the electoral process
The data generated via the media monitoring team may also be used to support media organizations for responsible elections reporting.
The National Electoral Board of Ethiopia, NEBE, is a constitutional election management body mandated to conduct elections and regulate political parties. NEBE was re-established by proclamation 1133/2019 and it also has a full mandate on elections, political parties, code of conduct of different stakeholders and electoral observation. NEBE is currently introducing organizational and operational changes and reforms since its reestablishment.
European Centre for Electoral Support (ECES)
The European Centre for Electoral Support (ECES) is a non-profit private foundation with its headquarters in Brussels. ECES promotes sustainable democratic development through the provision of advisory services and operational support benefitting all electoral stakeholders, including electoral management bodies, civil society organizations dealing with civic & voter education and election observation, political parties and parliaments dealing with electoral reforms, media, security forces and legal institutions dealing with electoral dispute resolutions.
The project European Response on Electoral Cycle Support (EURECS)
The EU in Ethiopia is funding a long-term support strategy within the framework of democratic development and support to good governance. The project is titled ‘European Response to Electoral Cycle Support (EURECS). This project is fully funded by the EU through the European Development Fund (EDF) and German Cooperation (Deutsche Zusammenarbeit).
The EURECS project seeks to strengthen the National Election Board of Ethiopia (NEBE) in order to raise the profile of an independent, credible and effective institution that will deliver inclusive and democratic electoral processes in Ethiopia. EURECS seeks to contribute to enhancing the transparency, credibility and public confidence in NEBE, as well as in the electoral process recognizing the high expectations on the 2020 elections as the starting point for a paradigm shift in the conduct of elections in the country.
Functions/Key Results Expected from the media monitors
Under the coordination of the ECES representative (for the logistic, financial and methodological part) and under the supervision of NEBE, the Media Monitors will have the following responsibilities:
Monitor, quantitatively and/or qualitatively, and analyze on a daily basis, the different national/regional media allocated (television, radio, print, online), according to the methodology developed during the internal media monitoring training
Draft related summaries and reports, in Amharic or English, as decided by NEBE.
Ensure, within established deadlines, the entry of media monitoring data and information in the proposed software
Promptly report to the MMU Supervisor on any major information related to the media monitored and the journalists, the news broadcast/published by the media monitor, and the electoral/political actors affected by this information
Participate in methodology review sessions
Respect the Code of good conduct attached to the analysis methodology, which requires impartiality and commitment
Conduct translation of different communications material, in addition to monitoring, in the given language
Perform any other duty necessary to the fulfillment of media monitoring objectives.
National Election Board of Ethiopia (NEBE) Communications head
(methodology, finance, logistic): ECES
12 months initially
Education and experience
University degree or advanced training in Social Sciences, Political Sciences, Communication Sciences, Journalism or equivalent. Previous training on media monitoring or related to media are an asset
At least 3 years of experience in media (monitoring, reporting, broadcasting). Proofs of experience is required (contracts, recommendation, etc).
Excellent written and oral expression skills, In Amharic and English
Excellent reporting capacity, in English and Amharic, with sound analytical and synthesis skills
Excellent command of at least one of the required local languages (Somali, Oromo, Tigrinya, Afar, and Amharic). Other local languages will be an asset.
Strong interest in: media, elections, and politics
Ability to work under the constraints of deadlines
Ability to meet established tasks
Capacity to work in a team, with international and national staff
Open-minded and willing to be adaptable and flexible in dealing with colleagues
Ability to learn, update skills as needed, and share them with the media monitoring team
Neutrality and rigor in the progress of tasks
Good knowledge of the Ethiopian media and political landscape
Good computer skills (MS-Office: Windows, Word, Excel) and ability to use new media monitoring database systems
Good knowledge of social media.
Good knowledge of translation of materials and broadcasted programs into Amharic and/or English