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Director, Monitoring Learning and Evaluation Team at ATA

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Ethiopian Agricultural Transformation Agency (ATA) -Ethiopia

Agricultural Transformation Agency (ATA) Vacancy Announcement

  The Agricultural Transformation Agency (ATA) has been established by the Government of Ethiopia (GoE) to identify and address systemic bottlenecks to Ethiopia’s agricultural development. The Agency does this through problem-solving, implementation support, and capacity building of stakeholders involved in implementation of interventions that address the systemic bottlenecks. The Agency reports to the Ministry of Agriculture and Natural Resources Development and is Secretary to the Transformation Council chaired by the Prime Minister. 

The programmatic focus of the Agency responds to a core set of needs identified by the Ministry of Agriculture and Natural Resources Development and the Transformation Council. Within the Agency, issues are divided into four different pillars:  Production and Productivity which includes Inputs and Crop Protection, Livestock, Research and Extension, Mechanization and Rural Finance; Environmentally Sustainable and Inclusive Agricultural Growth including Sustainable Irrigation and Watershed Management, Sustainable Land Management, Gender and Nutrition, Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation, Targeted Livelihood Support, Biodiversity and (temporarily) Planning and MLE; Agribusiness and Markets including Market Support Services, Commercial Farming, Agro-processing & Market Development, and Cooperatives Development; and Enhanced Implementation Capacity which includes ICT, Private Sector, and Organizational and Human Capacity. In addition, the Agricultural Commercialization ClustersInitiative is another critical focus area for the Agency.  Across the programs, the ATA engages public, private and non-governmental stakeholders to support strategic planning, manage and strengthen implementation capacity and test innovative models.

Our Culture

We have an exceptional team of highly competent employees with a proven track record of success in managing complex activities and achieving transformational results.  Our culture is one where talented, dedicated and adaptable individuals are committed to doing their best and exhibit great team work to achieve excellent results. 

At ATA, we provide an exceptional platform for people who want to achieve their highest potential and make a meaningful contribution in changing the country’s agricultural sector.  We offer rewarding work in a young, fast-paced growing organization with passionate, committed, motivated colleagues and excellent career development and training.  We recognize our most valuable assets are our staff and are committed to providing our employees with the tools, training and mentorships necessary to achieve their career goals. 


The prospective candidate will lead ATA’s Monitoring Learning and Evaluation (MLE) team, which supports the broader agricultural sector, focusing on two main areas of activity. On the one hand, the team works directly with partners (e.g., the Ministry of Agriculture and Natural Resources (MoANR) and its affiliate agencies (EIAR, FCA, etc.), Regional Bureaus of Agriculture (RBoAs), the Ministry of Livestock and Fisheries (MoLF) and its affiliate agencies as well as regional counterparts) to build capacity and systems for enhanced planning, monitoring and evaluation and knowledge management within the sector. On the other hand, it seeks to support the Agricultural Commercialization Cluster (ACC) Initiative to link learning, monitoring/evaluation within the ACC initiative with broader sectoral systems. As a direct advisor to the MoANR/MoLF and other partners’ planning and programming directorates, the MLE team’s role thus extends to one of shaping the development of a sector-wide Planning Monitoring and Evaluation (PM&E) system.

The Director will be responsible for and lead the work a team of experts (currently the team comprises of two senior technical experts seconded to the MoANR and MoLF’s Planning and Programming Directorates, a senior technical expert within ATA, a team of international consultants, a senior IT expert and an analyst—but will change as per resource availability) who support sectoral partners in moving forward the sector-wide M&E, planning and knowledge management systems transformation.

The ATA seeks a Director who possesses a passion for improving the lives of smallholder farmers, familiarity with Ethiopia’s agricultural sector, expertise in planning, M&E and knowledge management functions, and extensive experience in management and leadership levels in organizations that are results driven.  S/he would also possess the entrepreneurial ability to identify opportunities, catalyze change, mobilize stakeholders across the system, be innovative and drive practical change on the ground that will lead to transforming the sector’s M&E system.

This position will report to the Senior Director of the Environmentally Sustainable and Inclusive Growth (ESIG) Vertical. 


  • Serve as the director of the MLE team, responsible for the overall strategy and deliverables of the team with a view of promoting the team as a core partner of ATA programs and change agent in the broader sector M&E transformation.
  • Provide high-caliber management, coaching, and support to develop and ensure a high performing team and promote ATA values and working culture within the team.
  • Develop effective and collaborative partnerships with relevant stakeholders engaged in agriculture and across MLE functions, (including  government, civil society, think tanks and universities, and donors) in delivery of priority team objectives
  • Proactively identify opportunities to support sectoral  stakeholders and ATA programs in mobilizing financial or organizational resources needed to execute against their planning, M&E and knowledge management missions, establishing the ATA as a thought partner and trusted advisor to senior decision-makers
  • Critically assess capacity gaps that may hinder effective implementation of activities and develop solutions as required
  • Serve on the leadership team of ATA
  • Regularly report to the Senior Director of ESIG, the CEO, and other members of the senior management team as necessary on challenges and constraints of the work
  • Prepare and manage ATA Monitoring, Learning, and Evaluation team budget; obtain approvals from senior- level ATA management and monitor budget utilization against allocation
  • Serve as a thought leader to help the creation and delivery of strategies and activities to enhance the ATA, and where appropriate helping to seek external peer review and counsel on ATA’s approach

Job Requirements:  


  • Advanced degree (PhD preferred) in Economics/Econometrics, Development Planning and Management, Agriculture Sciences or other relevant subject.
  • At least 10 years of experience in agricultural development and/or M&E is essential.  A mix of Ethiopian and international experience in M&E is preferred.
  • At least 5 years of experience leading teams to achieve high-impact results in a senior leadership role in government, international agency, or civil society.
  • An understanding of Ethiopia’s agricultural system, with a broad perspective on how the entire system operates.
  • Practical experience in implementing solutions at an institutional level
  • Experience in developing and building relationships among institutions both with public agencies and between the public sector and civil society.
  • Demonstrable track record of success with program design, performance management, learning systems and M&E.
  • Oral and written fluency in English is essential, fluency in Amharic a plus.


  • Highly facilitative and collaborative leadership style with the ability to build relationships with individuals across diverse cultures and organizations
  • Understanding that ATA is a unique organization with a unique mandate, and requires a different approach to M&E to other organizations in that it is trying to build a system that is measuring and evaluating an entire country’s agricultural transformation
  • Passion for cultivating and developing high-performance teams while incorporating feedback, open communication, and personal mentorship
  • Excellent adaptive problem-solver in a challenging environment, with the ability to think strategically and prioritize program activities under dynamic  conditions
  • Ability to thrive in a fast-moving, start-up environment, with an emphasis on high-performance, teamwork, accountability and results
  • Strong set of personal values including integrity, honesty and desire to be of service


We invite all candidates meeting the required qualifications to submit (i) a cover letter, (ii) CV (maximum 5 pages), and (iii) a completed ATA Application Form at

Please note that CVs, cover letter and other application materials WILL NOT be considered unless accompanied by a fully completed ATA Application Form.  Also, please DO NOT submit scans of certificates with your application form.

Women are highly encouraged to apply.


NB. Only short listed candidates will be contacted

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Mental Health & Psychosocial Officer at IMC

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia International Medical Corps (IMC) -Ethiopia

International Medical Corps (IMC) Vacancy in Ethiopia


Mental Health & Psychosocial Officer

  This position is a professional position within International Medical Corps (IMC) Ethiopia. The Mental Health Officer will work under the direction and support of the Senior Mental Health Officer. The Mental Health Officer’s primary responsibilities include providing oversight of the psychosocial components of the mental health and psychosocial program and implementing counselling services to Somali refugees in one of the refugee camps of Dollo Ado. 

Job Description/ Responsibilities: 

Specific responsibilities include, but are not limited to:



  • Assist the Senior Mental Health Officer with the integration of mental health and psychosocial support into general health care
  • Provide psychosocial support services linked to general health care clinics
  • Support and collaborate with Senior Mental Health Officer and consultant psychiatrist in facilitation of the mhGAP training and supervision of the ARRA primary health care staff.
  • Select, provide training and supervision for refugee community volunteers
  • Develop culturally appropriate psychosocial activities, including social support activities targeting Somali refugees.  These include, but are not limited to training in psychological first aid, designing holistic recreational, vocational and social activities; development of material for awareness campaigns;
  • Serve as the primary point of contact between IMC and local partners involved in psychosocial activities.
  • Provide culturally appropriate counselling services to Somali refugees with mental illness or experiencing psychosocial challenges in accordance with professional ethics and best practices.
  • Strengthen community-facility referral system for refugees with psychosocial needs.
  • Establish, equip and run recreation centres for people in need of psychosocial support and refugee community members
  • Work in keeping with IASC guidelines on mental health and psychosocial support and promote guidelines where appropriate.
  • Provide oversight, direct and supervise activities of IMC supported psychosocial team.
  • Coordinate/ensure activities with relevant Government Authorities, International and National Organizations, including standardized reporting practices.
  • Organize and lead workshop for mental health club students to promote mental health in the school and create supportive environment for students with mental illness
  • Organize and lead workshop for key refugee representatives, care and support group members, and model families to promote mental health in the refugee community
  • Work closely with other mental health and psychosocial staff in to ensure coordinated activities
  • Develop and provide culturally appropriate community based mental health care services
  • Develop and organize consultation workshop with the indigenous healers, religious leaders, and refugee representatives
  • Collaborate with informal service providers such as natural healers to facilitate information sharing and referral of mental health cases
  • Collaborate with community and existing institutional structures to ensure protection of those suffering mental illness
  • Represent IMC in camp based health and nutrition coordination meetings when necessary
  • Compile information and prepare written reports as necessary
  • Organize public awareness and de-stigmatization campaigns around mental health issues on a periodic base involving refugee volunteers and implementing partners
  • Support and collaborate with Senior Mental Health Officer and consultant psychiatrist with in the process of conducting KAP survey, satisfaction survey and integration analysis.
  • Work collaboratively with other agencies, local and international and with relevant government bodies
  • Implement other activities as per the direction of the senior mental health officer

Job Requirements:  

  • Master’s degree in psychology or related field with at least 3 years of counselling and social work experience
  • At least 2 years of mental health and psychosocial programming experience
  • In depth knowledge and experience of mental health and psychosocial programming in the humanitarian context essential
  • Familiarity with IASC Guidelines on Mental Health and Psychosocial Support In Emergency Settings
  • Training experience required
  • Proven counselling skills
  • Strong organizational and supervisory skills.
  • Strong writing and reporting skills.
  • Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work within different cultural environments
  • Honest, hard working and a self-motivated person
  • Ability to work within a team structure or in isolation, flexible, and can cope with stressful workloads and working with limited resources
  • Ability to travel on short notice to project sites by car or air
  • Excellent English verbal and written skills
  • Computer skills: word, excel, and project manager
  • Local language (Somali) skills is a plus

How To Apply: Interested applicants are invited to submit their CV, credentials and cover letter explaining their experience relating to the job description prior to the application dead line of this vacancy announcement to the following address(s). Electronic submissions are requested and preferred.

International Medical Corps – Ethiopia Country Office

Human Resources Department


Only Candidates selected for the interview will be contacted

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Zonal Project Coordinator at The Carter Center

Bench Maji, Southern Nations, Nationalities, and People's Region, Ethiopia Carter Center Ethiopia -Ethiopia

The Carter Center Vacancy Announcement in Ethiopia

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 Zone Project Coordinator vacancy for its Health Program.

Main Responsibilities:

  •  Assist the Zonal Health Departments in:
    • Training of health workers and other support staff on CDTI and Oncho/LF prevention and control.
    • Preparing annual Oncho/LF and CDTI plans of action and project proposals for the respective zones in accordance to the national strategic plan.
    • Preparing Annual Mectizan Applications and Treatment Reports for Mectizan Donation Program.
    • Preparation and submission of monthly, quarterly and annual reports for Oncho/LF.
  • Follow up on the implementation of Oncho/LF elimination activities in the project zone.
  • Assist project woredas in preparation for Oncho/LF campaign.
  • Assist in awareness creation among community members on proper Community-directed interventions (CDI) approach for implementation of mass treatment with ivermectin and albendazole.
  • Work closely with concerned government sectors and other stakeholders for close collaboration and integration towards achieving Oncho/LF elimination.
  • Conduct regular monitoring and supervision of program implementation, perform household and school monitoring and assessment with respective sectors.
  • Support the establishment and strengthening of Oncho/LF taskforces at all levels within the established health delivery service system.
  • Take part in ongoing monitoring, impact assessments, surveillance and research activities related to Oncho/LF.
  • Assist in organizing program review meetings/workshops as appropriate.
  • Assists Regional Project Manager in compiling monthly reports for the region.
  • Work very closely with the Regional Project Manager and other ZPCs to ensure that Oncho/LF project are implemented as per the plan of action and project agreements.
  • In close consultation with Regional Project Manager and M&E Officer keep proper documentation of project implementation and present key performance indicators during monthly monitoring meeting.
  • Develop/update the data base from which he/she generates sub-regional monthly and annual reports for Oncho/LF.
  • Perform other duties as instructed by the Regional Oncho/LF Projects Manager.

Required Number: 1 (One)

Terms of Employment: One year contract with a possibility of extension.

Job Requirements:  

Qualification: Bachelor degree in Public Health or related fields from a recognized university

Experience: Minimum of five years relevant experience in disease prevention and control, Preferably NTD and Oncho/LF programs.

Additional Requirements:

  • Reasonably good experience in project management
  • Able to speak local Language of the area
  • Willingness to travel and work in remote areas
  • Good computer skills, especially in data management
  • Recommendation letter from the most recent employer
  • Able to present release letter from current employer in two weeks after job offer

How To Apply: Deadline for all applications:  Fifteen (15) days from the date of this vacancy announcement.

Interested applicants should submit their CV, application letter (Please indicate preferred duty station & position applied for in the subject line), and including photocopies of all supporting documents to the address given below.

Human Resource Manager,

P.O. Box: 13373

Addis Ababa


Drop your application in person at

The Carter Center - Ethiopia, Bonga Regional Office (+251 - 047-331-1561) 

Only short-listed applicants will be contacted

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Field Accountant at Fintrac

Hawassa, Southern Nations, Nationalities, and People's Region, Ethiopia Fintrac Inc.

Fintrac Inc. Vacancy in Ethiopia

  Fintrac is looking to hire an Field Accountant for the Feed the Future Ethiopia Value Chain Activity SNNP Regional Office in Hawassa. The activity will contribute to the government of Ethiopia’s objective of improving agricultural productivity and the commercialization of smallholder farmers through an inclusive approach that integrates nutrition-sensitive interventions and climate-smart agriculture with value chain development. The five-year activity will work across key value chains of maize, coffee, chickpea, dairy, and livestock. The Field Accountant will be based in Hawassa and reports to the regional Office Manager.


Prepare all payment to suppliers and staff advance.

 Prepare petty cash disbursement and reconciliation.

 Prepare and ensure all staff advance settlements are processed on a timely manner.

  Maintain all financial document in such a way that easy access is possibl

  Ensuring all supporting documents are attached and compliant with USAID and Fintrac policies and procedures.

 Reports monthly financial reports to Finance Main office

Prepare and make proper codes for vouchers according

 Prepare all payments to event participants at field.  

Assist in preparation of field biweekly fund request.

Post transaction of Quick books.

 Maintaining all field-level accounting records in original form

 Maintain and organize all financial documents.

· Preparing accurate financial vouchers and statements for weekly transfer to Fintrac

National Office in Addis Ababa,

 Performing any other duties as may be assigned by the Regional Office Manger


Job Requirements:

Minimum Qualifications:

Bachelor’s degree, accounting or related field

 5+ years of general ledger accounting experience;

 Regional language fluency required;

Must be able to work with complex data, identify define problems and recommend  solutions, and understand accounting software;

  Strong verbal and written communication and interpersonal skills;

·  Excellent organizational skills, attention to detail, ability to multi-task, and work effectively under pressure;

· Ability to manage competing priorities simultaneously, independently, and meet deadlines without compromising quality;

· Experience with accounting software, preferably QuickBooks;

·  Knowledge of USAID/US government regulations preferred;


  How To Apply: Candidates should submit a CV and cover letter to Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted

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Korean Government Fully Funded Scholarships

South Korea KAIST Global IT Technology Program (ITTP)

Korean Government Fully Funded Scholarships

South Korea

KAIST Global IT Technology Program (ITTP), sponsored by the Korean Ministry of Science, ICT and Future Planning, offers a customized master`s and doctoral degree program for government officials in the IT fields of developing countries. Starting from 2006 with an aim to build a global network of IT Leaders around the world, it focuses on transferring advanced technologies and business strategies of Korea to the global IT leaders of the next generation.

Location: South Korea


  • Financial Support(Master`s Degree: up to 2 years/Doctorate: up to 3 years)
  • Tuition fee
  • One-way airfare(Economy Class, Max KRW 1,500,000)
  • Living cost(KRW 1,500,000 per month)
  • National medical insurance
  • Relocation expenses


Government officials, employees of public institutions and public enterprise or senior level researchers at national research institutes working in the ICT related fields in developing countries.

  • Employees from private institutions cannot apply.
  • Educational Background: A bachelor`s or master`s degree in the ICT-related area
  • English Proficiency: TOEFL(iBT 83, PBT 560, CBT 220), IELTS 6.5, TEPS 599, TOEIC 720 or higher
    * English Proficiency test should have been taken within 2 years from the deadline of the online application
    * English Proficiency test can be replaced by English phone interview with ITTP director.

Eligible Regions: Open For All



1) Fill in the online application form at KAIST online application

  • Choose ‘Global Information & Telecommunication Technology Program as a major’.
  • Make sure to apply before the deadline
    • To avoid online traffic
    • To give enough ‘Screening & Checking& Decide’ time to ITTP Admission Committee, online application and off-line submission are The Earlier The Better.

2) Pay the application fee

3) Send the required documents including ITTP application form to KAIST ITTP office

Application Deadline: September 20, 2017

Application Form

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Director, Monitoring Learning and Evaluation Team

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Mental Health & Psychosocial Officer

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Deputy Chief of Party INSPIRE

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CMAM Nurse

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Nutririon Coordinator

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Assistant Financial Accountant

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Admin Assistant

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Research Assistant for Pneumonia Situational Analysis (Individual Consultancy)

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Lead Consultant for Pneumonia Situational Analysis (Individual Consultancy)

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Sponsorship Regional Manager

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Field Accountant

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hawassa Fintrac Inc.

Vacancy Announcement

Fintrac Inc.

Driver SNNP Region

The Driver for SNNPR office, based at the program’s regional office in Hawassa, and directly reports to the Regional Office Manager.

Major Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Driving in a safe and reasonable manner, acknowledging that safely is a priority, and possessing a current legal driver’s license.
  • Carrying out program vehicle maintenance, including regular check-ups as needed.
  • Reporting all accidents and damages to the Regional office manager following proper procedures in case of serious vehicle/pedestrian accident.
  • Recommend repairs as needed to the regional fleet.
  • Maintaining an accurate vehicle log
  • Performing errands, delivering documents, copying/binding, and conducting office procurement as required.
  • Ensure compliance with all Fintrac vehicle policies and local driving laws and regulations.

Job Requirements

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Experienced driver (grade 3 or above license holder) with familiarity across the various regions.
  • Good understanding of vehicle management and maintenance organization
  • Ability to manage a vehicle tracking system
  • Must be physically fit, able to travel by road for long distances, and have basic knowledge of a wide range of equipment and maintenance tasks.
  • Fluency in the Regional language is required
  • Able to work under pressure and deal concurrently with multiple assignments
  • Age: 30 to 45 years
  • Gender: Not specific

How to Apply

Candidates should submit a CV and cover letter to Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted


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Driver SNNP Region

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Skilled Activities Helper at International Community School

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia International Community School -Ethiopia

Vacancy Announcement

International Community School


Skilled Activities Helper



  • Responsible for maintaining the soccer pitches: cut grass, mark lines, arrange goals and nets,
  • Responsible for managing the signage
  • Assist in maintaining the field
  • Participates in daily setup for play.
  • Responsible for grass trimming duties
  • In charge of inspecting, maintaining and reporting on all external After School Activities (ASA) facilities
  • Put all the elementary ASA equipment’s and deliver it to each ASA provider
  • In charge of checking daily on the status of the weight room and inform to Athletics and Activities Office(AAO) for maintenance or service
  • Service the equipment based on the level of expert
  • Inform and notify the cleaners to maintain the quality and safety of equipment
  • Responsible for physically check daily the playgrounds, equipment and report any discrepancies of Early Childhood and Elementary School play grounds,
  •  Inspect the lawn mower, aerator and Line maker and follow up their maintenance
  • Check on the whole sport facilities and provide any discrepancies or safety concerns to AAO
  •  Expected to report safety issues to maintenance help and or AAO
  • Maintain indoor and outdoor storage logistics as well as away games logistics 
  • Act as standby referee for soccer games in event when the referee is absent
  • Assist with set ups, set downs, referee on Saturday morning
  • Work as scorer for basketball and volleyball league games
  • Assist with appropriate community facility use

Additional duties:

  • To be aware of safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and to report any concerns in accordance with the school’s community Child Protection policies.
  • To comply with the school’s Health & Safety policy and statutory requirements.
  • To undertake any other duties not detailed above commensurate with the level of the post.



Job Requirements


  • 12 grade complete or 10+3 with current education system
  • Certificate in operating equipment, power tools, and hand tools in maintain (desirable)
  • Must have taken first aid training


  • Ability to manage soccer pitch and track field for at least two years.
  •  Able to trimming lawns, cutting grass and marking lines
  •  Plan and organize work to meet schedules and time lines.
  •  Able to read, apply, and explain rules, regulations, policies, and procedures.
  •  Able to takes initiative and consistently makes good decisions
  •  Able to maintain cooperation of others and provide positive influence on the team
  • Able to use computer (Microsoft word, XL, power point)
  • Able to work with children (previous experience is desirable)
  • Able to lift heavy supplies/equipment
  • Able to communicate in English
  • Able to exert physical strength
  • Able to work long hours, holidays and weekends as necessary;
  • Able to work well under pressure
  • Read and write in English.

How to Apply

Interested applicants fulfilling the minimum requirements are invited to send their applications to until 01 September 2017.

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Retail Executive - East Upcountry at Diageo

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Diageo - Ethiopia

Diageo Job Vacancy in Ethiopia

Retail Executive - East Upcountry


External Job Description


Meta Abo Brewery Share Company SC (Meta Brewery’) was acquired in January 2012 by the global giant Diageo PLC. Diageo is a truly global organization with over 28,000 talented people and a presence in 180 countries. Across our 21 markets, our brand portfolio represents our biggest strength, and our biggest passion.  Be it our global giants,local stars or Spirits brands we use our vision, creativity and courage to drive the growth of our products worldwide.  We invent strong brands for today and for the future; upholding the quality of our products and taking personal accountability for both the history and for the future of our brands.

We take our corporate social responsibility very seriously and it is our ultimate goal to have a positive impact in the society we are operating in. As a result of that, we launched our Water of life projects in Ethiopia with our NGO partners on 2009. 

Are you ready to join us on our journey to create history in Ethiopia and beyond?  We would like to welcome you to the Meta/Diageo world of exciting possibilities, a world of celebrating life every day, everywhere.

Top Accountabilities

Active Selling

  • Create orders and build order sales value via active selling
  • Responsible for generating sales orders in each of the designated accounts to meet daily targets and ensure all taken orders are delivered in full and as per communicated service / delivery days / times..
  • Each designated account will have a daily/monthly/annual targets by brand and category
  • Work with designated key distributors / van salesperson Driver to ensure that service frequency is adhered to and any changes are agreed and communicated to the customer in advance at least 2 weeks prior to effecting the change
  • Consistently deliver the monthly/quarterly and yearly depletion targets

 Account Targeting

  • Each designated account will have a daily/monthly/annual targets set by brand and category.
  • Daily targets for planned calls by brands/category per each outlet to be called on that particular day and the same is discussed and agreed on a weekly basis but reviewed on daily basis with the Line Manager.
  • Responsible to penetrate new accounts and market areas
  • Responsible to protect exclusive houses
  • SKUs should be available in respective accounts as per the new outlet segmentation

Account Management & Activation

  • Responsible and accountable for all aspects of account management and activation in each of the designated accounts.
  • Activate execution standards in priority accounts identified in RtC design.
  • Activation of QDVPPP standards to meet the desired target/standards.
  • Responsible to have the full territory profile of the market and updated on monthly base
  • Fully engaged and take accountability on timely completion (100%) of all promotional activities and submission of documents
  • Protect Company’s POSM, strictly follow Company’s assets movements, prepare on time asset transfer and ensure quarterly physical inventory/count
  • Ensure Good Inventory management is in place at outlet level (FIFO)

 Qualification and Experience Requirement

  • University / College Degree with at least 2 years’ sales or marketing experience in FMCG.
  • Computer literate and ability to work under pressure and respond to tight deadlines.
  • Team player
  • Strong communication, problem solving and negotiation skills.
  • Strong understanding of the selling process.
  • Fluent in Amharic and a strong command of written and spoken English
  • Valid driving license.





Type of Job


Reporting Location



Addis Ababa

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Market Information Specialist at Fintrac Inc.

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Fintrac Inc.

Vacancy Announcment


Fintrac Inc.

Market Information Specialist

The Market Information Specialist, based at the program’s headquarters in Addis Ababa, and directly reports to the Markets and Policy Analyst.

Fintrac is looking to hire a Market Information Specialist for the Feed the Future Ethiopia Value Chain Activity. The activity will contribute to the government of Ethiopia’s objective of improving agricultural productivity and the commercialization of smallholder farmers through an inclusive approach that integrates nutrition-sensitive interventions and climate-smart agriculture with value chain development. The five-year activity will work across key value chains of maize, coffee, chickpea, dairy, and livestock. The Market Information Specialist will be based in Addis Ababa and reports to the Markets and Policy Analyst. 

Availability of accurate, up-to-date and timely market information will assist Feed the Future Ethiopia Value Chain Activity and its partners to make informed decision on project activities. The Market Information Specialist will take the lead in collecting, analysing and  disseminating historical and current data on commodity prices, production & trade volumes, imports and exports and any other market related information as required by the project.  The incumbent will be primary point of contact for availing and analyzing market information in relation to the target commodity value chains. The Market Information Specialist conduct, periodically, analysis of market information including domestic and international price data, commodity production and trade volumes and other related data and share this with partners and actors in the value chain through publication, workshops and briefing flyers. 

Major Duties and Responsibilities:

  1. Researches and collects market data through regular market visits; access online sources; conduct structured interviews; and other instruments, including liaising with public institutions like the Ministry of Trade, ECX, CSA, EGTE and others
  2. Records and compiles market information related to domestic and international commodity prices, production, and trade for target value chain commodities using electronic format
  3. Facilitates archival and retrieval of market data and information and facilitates ease of access to share with internal and external users
  4. Processes and summarizes market data using spread sheet and statistical soft wares
  5. Works with the markets and policy team in the preparation of reports as necessary
  6. Liaises with activity Regional Offices in the collection and dissemination of market information for partners, and beneficiaries.

   Personal Skills

  • Demonstrated capacity to work collaboratively in team and across stakeholder groups
  • Ability to produce high quality reports and publishable materials
  • Excellent knowledge of data collection, analysis and presentation methods
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal/networking skills
  • Excellent time management skills and capacity to work to tight deadlines
  • Good command of English, Amharic and other regional languages 

Job Requirements

    Qualification and Experience

  • University degree in Economics, Agricultural Economics or related disciplines with a strong background in statistics and econometrics
  • A minimum of four years relevant experience, possibly in the agriculture sector
  • Familiarity with survey tools and instruments, managing specialized websites to track international commodity prices
  • Experience in collecting market data from primary and secondary sources using appropriate tools
  • Proficiency in processing and summarizing market data, draft reports and briefs and share with staff and industry actors in meetings and workshops
  • Experience in the use of Excel spreadsheet and statistical software such as SPSS, STATA for data analysis
  • Experience in setting up and operationalization of agricultural market information & dissemination system
  • Willingness to travel across the country.


How to Apply

Candidates should submit a CV and cover letter to Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.


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Strategic Communications Team Coordinator at DAI

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Development Alternative Inc (DAI) Ethiopia

Job Vacancy Announcement


Development Alternative Inc (DAI)

Strategic Communications Team Coordinator


Programme Summary

PEPE is a wealth-creation programme, which aims to stimulate investment in private enterprise in order to create jobs & increase household incomes for the poor. As Ethiopia grows towards middle-income status (targeted by 2025), PEPE’s emphasis is to enhance the productivity and competitiveness of Agro-Industrial sectors while improving the performance of the financial sector. PEPE, critically, works towards a growth that is inclusive of women & the environment, in line with the government’s plans.

PEPE, which runs from 2013-2020, is a £70m programme funded by DfID and implemented, in part[1], by a DAI-Europe led consortium which includes First Consult, ITAD, Enclude and BCaD from 2013-2020 in Ethiopia. The DAI-Europe led consortium for Enterprise Partners is £43 million contract.

Enterprise Partners (PEPE’s M4P pillar) aims to facilitate market development in four sectors in order to spur innovation and investment (20% green) by firms that create jobs (75% for women) & increase incomes of poor people. It uses a £15m grant fund in combination with technical assistance to facilitate markets, following the M4P[2] approach, which emphasizes on:-

  • Resolving market failures:Through diagnostics, markets that are not working for the poor are identified and determined for feasibility to intervene. This includes the markets for goods, services, and labour. The improvements sought could be where the poor are as sellers (e.g. higher wages, better working terms/conditions, higher product margins, and increased sales volumes) or where they are buyers (e.g. lower prices, greater access and choice) in the transaction. Interventions are transaction-specific, and not across a value-chain spectrum.
  • Facilitation:Enterprise Partners positivelyinfluences markets by working through partners. By providing innovations and grants to market actors to de-risk innovation/change, it aims to catalyse further investments in proven, bankable enterprise. This avoids distorting markets as a result of donor funds and promotes sustainability, but requires good understanding of the political economy (incentives) of actors in the sector (to identify the ‘catalysts’ and ‘scale agents’) as well as a disaggregation of the chosen transaction into supporting functions (e.g. information,  skills) and rules (e.g. standards, regulations, norms). Intervening at this sub-level of the transaction enables the market change to be scalable and the impact sustainable.

Agro-Industrial & Finance Sectors

Enterprise Partners’ supports the Cotton-Textile-Apparel, Livestock-Leather and Fruits & Vegetables sectors in the Agro-Industrials and Base of the Pyramid, SME and Large Enterprises in the Financials. In these sectors, Enterprise Partners targets the creation of 45,000 jobs and the improvement of 60,000 household incomes via the generation of £284m in investments by 2020.

The Position

The Strategic Communication Team Coordinator is responsible for coordinating a team that supports EP’s sectors with the M4P-strategic and communicational apsects of their work. The co-oridantor reports to the Strategic Communications Lead.

Duties and Responsibilities

Coordinating SCT

  • Coordinate the strategic communications team (SCT) which includes regular supervision, support and work-plan management of SCT analysts.
  • Manage the process of producing monthly, quarterly and annual reports
  • Maintain high quality and user-friendly document templates for ease of use by EP staff.

Analyse portfolio of interventions

  • Develop portfolio analytical capabilities in EP to aid portfolio management decisions of the management team. The portfolio analytics include aggregate results positions (projection aggregations), risk factor exposures and recommendations for portfolio rebalancing
  • Present a portfolio report to EP staff on a quarterly basis to aid sector reviews.

Manage external communications

  • Deliver a relevant digital comms. / social media strategy (incl. managing a high-quality website with up to date and relevant information for EP stakeholders)
  • Develop high quality written materials for EP external stakeholders to understand the programme (flyer), organization & process (more detailed brochure) and interventions (sector strategies & intervention factsheets)
  • Deliver high quality events and outputs for EP stakeholders and press based on the demand of sector teams

Knowledge management

  • Lead the process of managing knowledge cominginto EP (external case studies, webinars, etc.) relevant to the sectors and strategies we work in
  • Lead the process of managing knowledge withinEP (maintain an EP knowledge library)
  • Lead the process of managing knowledge going outof EP (case studies, research, presentations at fora).

[1] PEPE is a framework of DfID wealth creation projects, which includes Enterprise Partners, WEDP, Ethiopian Competitiveness Facility, Multi-Donor Trust Fund and IFC’s Investment Climate Program.

[1] Outlined in DfID’s and Swiss SDC’s ‘Operational Guide for the M4P approach’

Job Requirements

  • Minimum 5 years of professional experience
  • Excellent leadership, representation and organizational skills
  • Strong analytical ability across a broad spectrum of information platform
  • Strong management and people skills
  • Ability to operate in complex situations
  • Ability to foster successful partnership approaches and relationships among a variety of organizations/institutions
  • Excellent English language communication skills and ability to work collaboratively across technical disciplines
  • Ability to communicate effectively and negotiate persuasively with high level decision makers
  • Knowledge and/or experience of EP sectors, green growth and gender
  • Results oriented.


How to Apply

Only short-listed applicants will be contacted and applications that do not meet the minimum requirements and doesn't follow the application process will not be considered. Interested applicants should submit their application through e-mail as follows:

Please clearly mark in the subject line ’Strategic Communications Team Coordinator’ and email your CV and application letter to . Please note that ONLY CV and application letter (not other testimonials) are required to apply at this stage.

Qualified women are highly encouraged to apply.

No phone calls please.

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Digital Opportunity Trust Internship Opportunities

Addis Ababa, Hawassa and Arbaminch Digital Opportunity Trust -Ethiopia

Digital Opportunity Trust

Internship Vacancy Announcement



Location: Addis Ababa, Hawassa and Arbaminch 

Digital Opportunity Trust (DOT) was established in 2002 in Canada. DOT operations in Ethiopia with a mission: to connect youth with technology; to build human capacity; to instill an entrepreneurial way of thinking; and to provide the tools for community-led economic and social development. Combining the power of young entrepreneurs, technology and innovative community solutions, DOT programs stimulate economic growth and create a framework for community development to secure the future success of youth, with a particular focus on young women.

At the moment we have an exciting internship position to offer, details can be found below. DOT Interns are the faces of change in their own community. The major objectives of DOT Ethiopia internship program focuses on skills development of interns in Facilitation, Coaching, Action Research, Project Management, Entrepreneurship, Work readiness, Leadership, ICT, Business Development, Community Service and Communication. Meanwhile interns work as training facilitators to deliver DOT economic program services to vulnerable youth in their own communities.

Job Requirements



  • Post-secondary education and/or training in field(s) such as:  Business Administration, Management, Economics, Computer Science, IT, Community Development , Communication and others 
  • Age 21-25
  • Excellent in the 4 language skills of Amharic and English, local language is an asset
  •  Available for a minimum of 40 hours per week
  • Able to use MS Office products and internet
  • Experiences in volunteering, community service and passion for development work are advantageous 
  • Online application form (see below), Application form could also be found at the DOT BDS Offices, Addis Ababa, Hawassa and Arbaminch Mekane Yesus Technic College around Hospital Sefer, Arbamich
  • All interested candidates who meet the above criteria and wish to be considered are requested to submit the above non-returnable documents within 10 working days after the announcement of the Internship Opportunity.


Experience: 0-1 Year Maximum 

Position Offered: Internship

Duration : 12 months

Stipend : As per the organizations' policy for Interns

Deadline: within 10 working days after the announcement of the Internship Opportunity


  • DOT BDS Center, Addis Ababa
  • DOT BDS Center, Hawassa
  • Arbamich Mekane Yesus Technic College around Hospital sefer (Tel :0923474872), Arbaminch

Location: Addis Ababa, Hawassa and Arbaminch, Ethiopia


  •  Please indicate your interested duty station that you are applying for at the subject line. 
  •  Please note that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Female candidates are highly encouraged to apply.


How to Apply

For online applicants, you will get the application form  using the link:

and to get the information about the DOT internship program check the link to the fact sheet:

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Finance and Systems Manager at Digital Opportunity Trust

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Digital Opportunity Trust -Ethiopia

Digital Opportunity Trust

Vacancy Announcment


Finance and Systems Manager


  1. General Duties and Responsibilities

 In general, the jobholder is expected to work closely with the country senior management team in order to provide quality financial management system and planning processes that establishes the integrity and accountability of the country programme. S/He ensures timely and quality financial reports to internal consumption as well as externally to donors, government offices and other stakeholders. S/He will work with the SMT as they prepare their budgets, proposals and reports. S/He will hold regular meetings and discussions with staffs to provide appropriate and timely advises to ensure effective and efficient use of budget. S/He will assist the Country Director in matters related to the development and review of human resource policies and procedures and management of employees. The role includes developing human resource and general service management systems, policies & procedures to support the business needs of the organization; provide legal and operational advice, guidance, and support and coaching to managers at different level to make them effective in team development and staff management including interns; ensure the presence of effective human resource management database system and documentation. S/He will be responsible for recruitment and placement, remuneration (salaries and benefits), promotion, training and development, organizational culture, discipline and grievance handling.  Moreover, s/he will be charged to ensure the compliance of the Organization with the labour law of the country. As the job-holder is a member of the Senior Management Team (SMT) s/he plays key role in the programme that often involves assisting in areas other than finance, HR, and General Service. He is also required to frequently travel to field offices.


  1. Specific Duties and Responsibilities


2.1 Financial management and implementation


  • In collaboration with the SMT and within the framework of DOT global policy framework and government requirements in the country, develop and/or adapt the country programme’s financial policies, systems and procedures.
  • Lead in all matters of financial and information systems, policies and procedures, ensuring that the programme is informed on all developments in financial policies laid down by the Headquarters and the Country Programme.
  • Through and with the SMT ensure that programme and project offices and staffs are complying with financial standards set by DOT globally and in country.
  • Ensure that DOT Ethiopia is operating and utilizing budget as per donors’ agreements and provisions.
  • Be responsible for the application, support and management including data integrity of the financial systems and advise the SMT for optimum monitoring.
  • Ensure that the organization progressively evaluates its policies, systems and procedures in order to be responsive towards new developments and contextual changes in the operating environment.  
  • Act as internal auditor for the accounts prepared by project offices and verify budgets prepared by accountants and Finance Officers for their accuracy.
  • Sign off budgets before submission to the Country Director for authorization.
  • Ensure that all financial reporting requirements set by various donors; DOT headquarters and Country Programme are being adhered to, and are being met in an efficient and effective manner.
  • Initiate, design, establish and implement departmental objectives and strategies with a longer-term focus and in a way that helps to develop the country programme.
  • Manage and supervise organizational resources including assets and budget allocated to the department.


2.2  Human Resource and General Service Management


  •  Develop/review HR policies and procedures in line with the requirement of the parent organization and the Labor Law of Ethiopia. 
  • Ensure that policies and procedures are disseminated and respected by all concerned.
  • Responsible for planning, organizing, coordinating, directing, and controlling the overall activities of Human Resources Management Unit.
  • Translates the mission, goal, objectives and business plan of DOTE into an HR strategy and ensure implementation.
  • Contributes to organizational development, in terms of organizational structure, job design and job evaluation;
  • Provides advice and information to the Country Director on human resources management issues, labor laws and regulations;
  • Advises employees on working matters, career development, personal problems and labor relations matters.
  • Develop/review effective and suitable performance appraisal system for staff and Interns.
  • Ensure that reviews are undertaken as per the HR policies and procedures of the Country Office.
  • Ensure adequate gender responsiveness during recruitment, staff development and the development of new training programs.
  • Undertake occasional salary and benefits survey and recommend to the management for necessary revisions.
  • Ensure that there is fairness, equity and budget availability in developing salary and benefit packages.
  • Facilitate training and development programmes by ensuring that capable resource persons are employed, trainings take place as planned, etc.
  • Liaise with training institutions/trainers in-country and outside for better training and development service to staff and Interns.
  • In collaboration with relevant managers evaluate staff and Interns performance against training and development undertakings and advise the Country Director and the SMT.
  • Ensure staffs internalize and live the vision, mission and values of the Organisation
  • Ensure that staffs and Interns are familiar with the Organization’s HR policies and procedures and that the policies and procedures are well respected.
  • Process disciplinary actions as needed per the HR policies and procedures.
  • Lead, motivate and support Finance and IT staff in direct line management.
  • Establish effective relations with programme managers and other managers at all levels for application of matrix management responsibility of finance staff based in operational locations.
  • Ensure effective performance management of finance and systems team and identify and support training and development needs for the staff.
  • Ensure that staff performance assessment, development and performance management are in line with performance objectives and organizationally agreed competencies.
  • Depending on organizational needs and capacity assessment, organise, coordinate and implement finance related training and capacity development initiatives for SMT members, partners and other staffs.
  • Ensure that organizational resources are well recorded and a fixed asset register is maintained.
  • Ensure that the organization’s assets are used for intended purpose only.
  • In collaboration with other units plan, review and decide on the necessity of fixed assets requested before they are purchased.
  • Ensure that all the necessary internal control systems are applied to maintain a strong internal control system to maintain organizational resources.



2.3  Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning

  • Ensure effective, timely and accurate functioning and monitoring of the financial systems including maintaining the completeness and integrity of the data within the system.
  • Generating necessary reports and authorising monthly data compilation in the system.


2.4  Communication


  • Ensure timely and accurate reports are produced for internal consumption, donors, government offices and other stakeholders.
  • Ensure a primary audit trail from primary documentation to the accounting system for accurate and rapid donor reporting and general record keeping.
  • Facilitate communications, information flow and management information, ensuring appropriate use of information technology based systems.


2.5  Coordination

  • Coordinate with SMT and project offices for annual planning and budgeting, HRM and general service processes.
  • Support programme and project staffs with country budget submission and reporting.
  • Provide direct support to the management and budget holders on all matters of finance, specifically budget preparation, monitoring, control and reporting in order to ensure good financial standards are met.


2.6 Management Information System


  • Ensure that the system in each project office is effectively maintained and active,
  • Ensure effective, timely and accurate functioning and monitoring of the financial systems including maintaining the completeness and integrity of data within the system, generating necessary reports and authorising monthly data compilation in the system.
  • Ensure that the management, handling and use of IT equipment and systems meet organisational rules and standards.


2.7 Others

  • Represent the Organization when assigned.
  • Perform other related duties assigned by the Country Director
  • Actively participate and contribute as member of the Senior Management Team

Job Requirements

Job Requirements

Required qualification, skill, knowledge and competencies    

  • BA (MA Preferable) degree in Accounting, Business Administration, Management  or related disciplines with at least ten years relevant experience
  • Experience managing budgets, financial control systems and tight deadlines
  • Experience improving administrative systems and policies
  • Experience with Ethiopian government financial reporting and regulatory compliance
  • Self-directed, entrepreneurial team player with demonstrated leadership ability
  • Excellent communication and partnership management skills
  • Both verbal and written fluency in English

How to Apply

Interested and qualified applicants may directly send application letter together with updated CV on line through until September 3, 2017.  


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