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Communications Specialist at Panagora Group

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Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Panagora Group

Panagora Group

  The USAID Global Health Supply Chain Program Procurement and Supply Management project in Ethiopia

Job title - Communications Specialist

The USAID Global Health Supply Chain Program Procurement and Supply Management (GHSC-PSM) project in Ethiopia seeks to ensure uninterrupted supply and availability of high-quality health commodities through a wide array of procurement services and logistics support, systems strengthening technical assistance encompassing all elements of a comprehensive supply chain as well as global and local collaboration. GHSC-PSM in Ethiopia also works to improve pharmacy services through policy, legislative, and operational-level interventions to ensure appropriate use of medicines, and transparency and accountability in pharmaceuticals management at service delivery points.

Panagora Group, a woman-owned, small business providing novel and integrated solutions in global health and international development, seeks a hire a Communications Specialist to support GHSC-PSM’s knowledge management and communication activities in Ethiopia.

Purpose: The Communication Specialist supports GHSC-PSM’s internal and external knowledge management and communication (KMC) activities in Ethiopia.
Duties and Responsibilities
  • Support the planning and implementation of the projects KMC plan and branding works
  • Gather success stories, photographs, film footages and interviews from the field as input for communications works at the central office in Addis Ababa
  • Work closely with the KMC team on communication campaigns, annual reports, and other communications activities
  • Collaborate with the KMC team members and project technical teams to develop and produce accurate and engaging web, print; and audiovisual materials for internal and external, technical and general audiences
  • Assist KMC team in the production and dissemination of a monthly and quarterly informational newsletters
  • Proofread all publications and communications materials
  • Assist technical staff in the production and proper branding of various publications as well as project deliverables
  • Work with the operations team to develop and maintain a pool of communications professionals to outsource graphics design, illustrations, animation, video recording and documentation works
  • Assist in coordinating and following up outsourced tasks including editing, graphics designing, translations, wilting proceedings (taking minutes), video documentation and print and audiovisual productions
Required qualifications: Master’s degree in communications and journalism, public health, international relations, marketing, management, and any-relevant field preferred
Minimum three years of experience in NGOs, UN and international organizations working as communications person required
Knowledge of basic branding skills required
  • Excellent command of the English language (verbal and written) with a proven ability to communicate complex information for non-experts (writing samples will be requested).
  • Experience developing, designing, and producing content for print and digital media.
  • Experience facilitating formal and informal learning events, including brown bags, learn bites, workshops and trainings to socialize, support, and sustain communication activities.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to establish and maintain strong working relationships with all levels of GHSC-PSM staff, partners, and other stakeholders.
  • Demonstrate good judgment, leadership, versatility, and integrity.
  • Excellent computer skills in a full range of software, including: Microsoft Office, (Adobe Package is preferable)
Location: This position will be based in Addis Ababa, with frequent travels to project implementation sites in the different regional states.  

How To Apply:

Please email ONLY your CV and cover letter to: connect@panagoragroup.net  with the subject line: “First Name, Last Name— Ethiopia Communication Specialist” No telephone inquiries. Finalists will be contacted. Panagora Group is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate in its selection and employment practices. Please do not attach transcripts, diplomas or any other documents with your initial application.
Deadline: Applications will only be accepted until Nov. 22, 2017
Please visit our website http://ift.tt/2sA2iZO or http://ift.tt/2jtQOHF for more information

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Communications Specialist

Addis Ababa Panagora Group
The USAID Global Health Supply Chain Program Procurement and Supply Management project in Ethiopia

Job title - Communications Specialist

The USAID Global Health Supply Chain Program Procurement and Supply Management (GHSC-PSM) project in Ethiopia seeks to ensure uninterrupted supply and availability of high-quality health commodities through a wide array of procurement services and logistics support, systems strengthening technical assistance encompassing all elements of a comprehensive supply chain as well as global and local collaboration. GHSC-PSM in Ethiopia also works to improve pharmacy services through policy, legislative, and operational-level interventions to ensure appropriate use of medicines, and transparency and accountability in pharmaceuticals management at service delivery points.

Panagora Group, a woman-owned, small business providing novel and integrated solutions in global health and international development, seeks a hire a Communications Specialist to support GHSC-PSM’s knowledge management and communication activities in Ethiopia.

Purpose: The Communication Specialist supports GHSC-PSM’s internal and external knowledge management and communication (KMC) activities in Ethiopia.
Duties and Responsibilities
  • Support the planning and implementation of the projects KMC plan and branding works
  • Gather success stories, photographs, film footages and interviews from the field as input for communications works at the central office in Addis Ababa
  • Work closely with the KMC team on communication campaigns, annual reports, and other communications activities
  • Collaborate with the KMC team members and project technical teams to develop and produce accurate and engaging web, print; and audiovisual materials for internal and external, technical and general audiences
  • Assist KMC team in the production and dissemination of a monthly and quarterly informational newsletters
  • Proofread all publications and communications materials
  • Assist technical staff in the production and proper branding of various publications as well as project deliverables
  • Work with the operations team to develop and maintain a pool of communications professionals to outsource graphics design, illustrations, animation, video recording and documentation works
  • Assist in coordinating and following up outsourced tasks including editing, graphics designing, translations, wilting proceedings (taking minutes), video documentation and print and audiovisual productions
Required qualifications: Master’s degree in communications and journalism, public health, international relations, marketing, management, and any-relevant field preferred
Minimum three years of experience in NGOs, UN and international organizations working as communications person required
Knowledge of basic branding skills required
  • Excellent command of the English language (verbal and written) with a proven ability to communicate complex information for non-experts (writing samples will be requested).
  • Experience developing, designing, and producing content for print and digital media.
  • Experience facilitating formal and informal learning events, including brown bags, learn bites, workshops and trainings to socialize, support, and sustain communication activities.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to establish and maintain strong working relationships with all levels of GHSC-PSM staff, partners, and other stakeholders.
  • Demonstrate good judgment, leadership, versatility, and integrity.
  • Excellent computer skills in a full range of software, including: Microsoft Office, (Adobe Package is preferable)
Location: This position will be based in Addis Ababa, with frequent travels to project implementation sites in the different regional states.
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Project Coordinator

Addis Ababa Lucy Academy PLC
The Lucy Academy PLC is established with a vision to be a national icon for high quality education by deploying highly qualified and motivated academic and support staffs combined with excellent educational facilities and modern teaching methodologies with special emphasis on core subjects and information technology which are critical for success in higher education programs that students are interested to join.

To enhance and promote quality education and guide its direction, the Lucy Academy PLC has prepared a business plan and infrastructure development master plan to guide its investment. Therefore, based on this and the existing school facilities will be upgraded and new school infrastructures and facilities will be constructed. The school will be supplied with state-of-the art information technology and education material resources and will deploy highly qualified and motivated teaching and support staff to meet the demand for premium quality education.

Therefore, the Lucy Academy PLC has established a Project Coordination Office (PCO) and the services of the Project Coordinator are basically aimed to provide overall management support to the Lucy Academy Project office in planning, implementing, managing and monitoring the tasks associated with the different project components.
Scope of Services: The specific responsibilities of the Project Coordinator shall be, but not necessarily limited to following:
  • Oversee the day-to-day activities of the PCO related to the management and implementation of the Project;
  • Supervise the office staffs in the performance of their respective duties and ensure the efficient functioning of the office;
  • Prepare annual work plan for submission to the management for approval and update on a quarterly basis with explanations of any changes;
  • Assist in procurement of consulting services and construction works required during project execution in accordance with the approved annual work plan;
  • Assist in monitoring the contract terms and ensure that conditions of contract are fully met by all consultants/contractors and other project vendors;
  • Ensure proper management of funds, including accounting, financial control and audit procedures in accordance with company procurement guidelines for the procurement of goods, works and services;
  • Prepare and submit project progress report and other reporting requirements in a periodic manner;
  • Represent and promote the project in all areas as required and maintain close continued collaboration with education regulators, development partners and other stakeholders relevant to the implementation of the project;
  • Other technical and managerial activities as instructed by the General Manager.
Qualifications and Experiences
  • The project coordinator will be recruited competitively and will have the following qualifications:
  • BA/BSc in business administration, management, education, construction management or related field from a recognized university.
  • S/he must have at least 10 years of working experience preferably in the field of education, with at least 5 years of successful managerial experience.
  • Strong leadership capabilities and a demonstrated record of successful leadership of multi-disciplinary teams.
  • Good interpersonal skills with experience in networking with partners at all levels.
  • Demonstrated willingness to be flexible and adaptable to changing priorities.
  • Excellent written and spoken communication skills in English.
Benefits: Attractive and Negotiable
Place of work: Addis Ababa.
Terms of Employment: The appointment will be for 3 years and extendable as necessary to reflect ultimate completion date of the project.
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Social Service Facilitator (SSF) | Agricultural Extension Facilitator (SEF)

Debrebrehan Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahido Church-Child and Family Affairs Organization
The Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahido Church —Child and Family Affairs Organization is an indigenous NGO whose primary objective is providing regular support to orphaned children and destitute families through child care centers, family empowerment and community development programs.

The organization invites candidates for the following vacant post.

1. Position: Social Service Facilitator (SSF)

Major Duties: Facilitate and provide technical support for children and their families in the provision of integrated community based child development including health, education, sanitation and income generating service.
Duty station: Debirberhan

Required qualification and experience: Diploma or first degree in English, history, geography, economic and other related social science fields. With at least 6 years and 4 years relevant experience respectively.
Sex: Female or Male

Salary: As per the salary scale of the organization
No. Req.: One
Employment Condition: - One year contract with possibilities of renewals based on quality of performance.

Position: Agricultural Extension Facilitator (SEF)

Facilitate & provide technical support in the provision of integrated community based child development including agricultural input support, agronomic training, income generating activities to increase the crop and animal production and production of female headed and other economically disadvantaged families productivity.

Salary: As per the salary scale of the organization
Terms of Employment: Contract for one year with possibility of extension
Duty station: Debirberhan
Sex: Male or Female
No. Req.: One

Required qualification and experience: Diploma or first degree in agricultural extension, rural development. General, Agriculture, agro economic, natural resource, plant science and other related social science fields with at least 6 years and 4 years relevant experience respectively.
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Deans | Department Heads | Registrar Head

Addis Ababa Admas University
Admas University College would like to invite qualified and skilled applicants to the following positions. You can thus submit your application to these posts as far as you fulfill the requirements:

1. Dean for Mekanisa Campus
MA, MBA or MSC and above in any discipline
Required Experience and essential skills:
  • Two years’ experience in an academic institution as a head of a college, faculty or department
  • Knowhow of academic rules, regulations and practices.
  • Demonstrated ability in managing and coordinating students and faculty staff.
  • Attentive to details.
No. req.: One

2. Dean for Kality Campus
MA, MBA or MSC and above in any discipline
Required Experience and essential skills:
  • Two years’ experience in an academic institution as a head of a college, faculty or department
  • Knowhow of academic rules, regulations and practices.
  • Demonstrated ability in managing and coordinating students and faculty staff.
  • Attentive to details.
No. req.: One

3. Department Heads for Kality Campus
  • Management
  • Accounting
  • Marketing
  • Computer Science
MA. MBA or MSC and above in their respective field
Required Experience and essential skills:
  • One year relevant experience in education
  • Working knowhow of academic rules and regulations
No. req.:  One for each department

4. Department Heads for Mekanisa Campus
  • Management
  • Accounting
  • Marketing
  • Computer Science
MA, MBA or MSC and above in their respective field
Required Experience and essential skills:
  • One year relevant experience in education
  • Working knowhow of academic rules and regulations
No. req.:  One for each department

5. Registrar Head for Mekanissa Campus
BA, MBA, MSC or MA in related fields
Required Experience and essential skills:
  • Two years of relevant experience
  • Good working know how of computer application
No. req.: One

6. Department Heads for TVET college
  • Accounting
  • Management
  • Marketing
  • Computer Science
BA/BSC holders in their respective fields
Required Experience and essential skills:
  • One year relevant experience in education
  • Working knowhow of academic rules and regulations
No. req.: One for each
Salary: Negotiable and attractive
Place of work: Addis Ababa
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Resident Engineer in Road Marking Paint

Addis Ababa Addis Ababa Road Traffic Management Agency
Addis Ababa Road Traffic Management Agency Requires competent applicant for the following position

Resident Engineer in Road Marking Paint

Master’s degree in Transportation/Road and Transport/ Highway Engineering related with Civil Engineering background.
Experience: A qualified person needs to have over 10 years of experience working as a Project Manager or Resident Engineer in the Road Construction or Road Designing Projects who have knowledge and skill to conduct the essential activities associated with producing quality Road Marking Works.

Responsibilities
Design Preparation and Supervision for Urban Street Marking
  • Select routs for Road Marking Paint.
  • Preparing detailed working drawing of Road Marking for the selected routes.
  • Formally communicate technical information, specifications and drawings in Road Marking to the Contractor.
  • Dispatch work orders to the contractor.
  • Execute specific Road Marking Quality inspection activities as reflected various standard documents.
  • Comment and administer the contract signed b/n the Agency and Contractor.
  • Analyze and select appropriate available standard in a cost effective manner, to industry norms and project specification requirements.
  • Plan and organize Road Marking Works.
  • Apply process Control testing procedures in Road Marking to assure Quality.
  • Approve the work of the contractor.
  • Prepare guidelines for quality assurance of road paints and marking works.
  • Control the implementation of work zone safety producers.
  • Check the setting out of center line marking before applying the paint.
  • Check Road surface cleaning.
  • As per approved Road Marking design the Road Marking lines and symbols give set out approval.
NB
  • Working Time shall be during working time and non-Working time of the given day.
  • Working date shall be consist working days and non-working days of the year.
  • Working place shall be at all sites at Road Marking works in Addis Ababa city and at head office.
Quality Control
  • In the application of rate paint and glass bed.
  • The conformance of Markings with dimensional tolerances.
  • In Road Marking Machine quality.
  • In the night time visibility, daytime visibility and/or contrast with the immediately surrounding surface and durability of the Markings.
  • The quality of Material and equipment.
Reporting
  • Site selection report.
  • Work estimation report.
  • Weekly and Monthly work progress report.
  • Preparing payment Certificate.
Contract Duration: For first time it will be three month, after good working efficiency it will require renewal for every six month.
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Hub Coordinators at Oxford Policy Management

New Job Vacancy in Ethiopia
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Oxford Policy Management

Oxford Policy Management

PRO/SHARPE/HC - Hub Coordinators, Ethiopia

Posted: 14/11/2017 14:13

Salary: TBC

Location: Unknown

Level: Project Contractor Opportunities

Deadline: 02/12/2017 23:59

Hours: TBC

Benefits: TBC

Job Type: Contractor (External non-employee)

   

OPM is looking for 3 motivated Hub Coordinators for the SHARPE (Strengthening Host and Refugee Population Economies) programme in Ethiopia.

About the Programme

The programme aims to increase sustainably the net economic returns to refugees and hosts communities through both increased gains and decreased losses.

In doing so the programme has several secondary objectives. In increasing economic returns, SHARPE should mitigate, or at minimum avoid any increase, in conflict between refugees and host communities. The economic returns should be derived from a mixture or formal and informal employment, improved returns to agriculture, and reduced costs of consumption. This is also expected to yield dividends in improved nutrition and reduced vulnerability to shocks for households through increased asset stocks. Finally, the programme should seek to intervene in such a way that results in the gendered benefit of interventions reflecting the gender balance within the target group.

Where possible interventions should also contribute to greater gender equity within the target group by increased opportunities for women and girls or reduction of gender-specific threats or disadvantages.

The ultimate beneficiaries of the programme will be refugees and hosts communities in the areas of Ethiopia which play host to refugees. These beneficiaries will be reflective of the gender balance within the target groups. Of a total target population of approximately two million individuals, the programme will indicatively aim to benefit approximately 200,000 of the target group in this first 3.5 year period.

The programme will follow the making markets work for the poor (M4P) approach. The objectives of this approach are to deliver large-scale, sustained improvements in people’s lives by utilising local systems and facilitating change in those systems to improve outcomes. The approach is characterised by:

  • Focus on the supporting functions and rules which determine the terms of a transaction within a market system as the key area for intervention.
  • Working with and through existing actors to change behaviour.
  • A facilitative approach leveraging the capacities and incentives of partners rather than providing the incentive as a development actor.
  • A focus on the utilisation of data for adaptive management resulting in iterative and flexible intervention design.

About the job

This is a long term full-time role (220days per year across 39 months) based in various location (Gambella, Dollo Ado and Jijiga).

Each Hub Coordinator will serve as regional contact point and will oversee all the interventions implemented in the related region. The Hub Coordinators will develop activity plans and schedules, and encourage initiatives while ensuring alignment with project proposal. They will closely engage with context and make suggestions for new interventions or tweaks to existing interventions to improve their performance.

They will also play a key role in stakeholder’s management. Furthermore, they will be responsible for providing updates of lessons learned and best practices and reports on progress and challenges as they arise.

In order to be selected for this role you will need to demionstrate:

  • Extensive experience in project management and coordination
  • Previous experience in line management, specifically managing a policy implementation team
  • Previous experience working on private sector development for NGOs, donor funded programmes or Government initiatives
  • Previous experience of managing a budget
  • Excellent reporting skills
  • Proficient in English, and relevant local language(s).

About OPM

Oxford Policy Management Limited (OPM) is a leading international development consultancy that is committed to helping policymakers design and implement sustainable reforms for reducing social and economic disadvantage and inequality in low- and middle-income countries. Our core strengths include:

  • A unique combination of analytical and practical support across the policy cycle, ensuring sustainable, integrated solutions.
  • 35 years’ experience of successfully managing more than 1,500 projects, large and small.
  • A multi-sectoral perspective of the complex, interplay of factors that drive social and economic disadvantage.
  • More than 200 highly qualified and experienced full-time staff, supported by over 40 internationally renowned associates.
  • Nine permanent offices in Africa, Asia and Europe, plus project offices in approximately 20 countries.
  • A strong commitment to advancing the lives of the ‘bottom billion’, not OPM’s bottom line.

How to apply

In order to apply for this role, please fill up the online form and submit your application. For any question about the process, you can email recruitment@opml.co.uk. Please be aware that we will not consider any application send via email to this address.



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Ethiopia: Director of Program Development

Organization: Save the Children
Country: Ethiopia
Closing date: 29 Nov 2017

Director of Program Development

Save the Children is the world's leading independent organisation for children. We work in 120 countries. We save children's lives; we fight for their rights; we help them fulfil their potential.

We work together, with our partners, to inspire breakthroughs in the way the world treats children and to achieve immediate and lasting change in their lives.

We have over two million supporters worldwide and raised 1.9 billion dollars last year to reach more children than ever before, through programmes in health, nutrition, education, protection and child rights, also in times of humanitarian crises.

Following a major transition, our international programmes are now delivered through a merged operation with 15,000 staff, managed through seven regional hubs and reporting to a relatively small, central office. We're changing to become more efficient, more aligned, a better partner, a stronger advocate, a magnet for world-class people and relevant for the 21st century.

Role Purpose:

The Director of Programme Development is responsible for working closely with the Country Senior Management Team to engage with donors and develop high-quality programs consistent with the Country Office Strategic Plan (CSP). S/he supports the CSP development process; maintains strategic information and relations with key donors and possible partners; represents the CO in proposal negotiations; tracks all development and humanitarian proposal development processes; manages the Programme Development Unit (PDU) and the Sr. Gender Specialist; and leads/supports in the development of fundraising strategies for all priority sectors in CO and budget forecasting. She also leads broad capacity development on programme development; supports strategic initiatives related to programmatic growth and policy development; and works very closely with Save the Children members. S/he is a member of the PDQ Senior Leadership Team and the Country Office Senior and National Management Teams (SMT and NMT).

Contract Duration: 1 Year with a possibility of extension

Location: Ethiopia Country Office, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

Qualifications

  • A minimum of 12 years of work experience in an NGO or similar environment with a Master's Degree in relevant field.
  • Practical experience and successful track record in writing and leading proposals for a variety of donors, particularly USAID, DFID, private sector foundations, UNICEF, and EU/ECHO- ideally in both humanitarian and development contexts.
  • Relevant experience in more than one of the Save the Children priority sectors: Heath, Nutrition, Education, WASH, Livelihoods/Resilience, Child Protection, Child Rights Governance, in development and/or emergencies.
  • Good knowledge of the development and emergency donor environment and expectations in Ethiopia preferred, with solid experience cultivating positive relationships with donors and managing partners during proposal processes.
  • Good knowledge of the landscape of implementing partners and government structures in Ethiopia preferred.
  • Proven experience in developing diverse partnerships for program development
  • Familiarity with project design methods and tools (including assessments, logical frameworks, and work planning) and strong appreciation for innovation and partnership as part of project development
  • Good analytical skills, effective negotiator, with proven ability to effectively work across teams, units, and departments
  • Experience with developing capacity building tools and coaching teams
  • Strong results orientation, with ability to meet deadlines and produce high-quality products
  • Ability to effectively prioritize tasks
  • Highly developed cultural awareness and ability to work well in an international environment with people from diverse backgrounds and cultures including across a multi-cultural country like Ethiopia and with different Save the Children members
  • Ability and willingness to dramatically change work practices and hours, and work with incoming proposal development teams to meet deadlines
  • Strong verbal and written communications skills
  • Superior writing and editing skills in English
  • Commitment to and understanding of Save the Children's aims, values and principles including rights-based approaches
  • A sense of humour
  • Willingness to travel to the field including to difficult locations for approximately 10% of his/her time

Please apply in English saving your CV and covering letter as a single document. To see a full a job description, please visit our website at http://ift.tt/PoLyPw

We need to keep children safe so our selection process reflects our commitment to the protection of children from abuse. Employment is subject to our Child protection standards including background checks and adherence to our Child Safeguarding Policy

Save the Children is an equal opportunity employer and seeks to employ and assign the best qualified talent.

Disclaimer: Save the Children International does not charge any kind of fee at whichever stage of the recruitment process and does not act through recruitment agents


How to apply:

Please follow this link to apply: http://ift.tt/2jtKtMu


House Keeping

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Genuine General Business Solution & Man Power Provider

Qualification:- Certificate and above .

Work Experience:-   2 years and above work experience

Place Of Work:- Addis Ababa

Salary:- Negotiable and  Attractive

Gender :- Female /Male

Address:- 22 segen building 2nd floor

Phone No:- +251944178727 /+251944178726

Marketing Management

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Genuine General Business Solution & Man Power Provider

Qualification:-

  • Degree /Diploma  in marketing management or related fields.

Work Experience:- 

  • One year and above work experience.

Place Of Work:- Addis Ababa

Salary:- Negotiable and  Attractive

Gender :- Female /Male

Address:- 22 segen building 2nd floor

Phone No:- +251944178727 /+251944178726

Accountant

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Genuine General Business Solution & Man Power Provider

Qualification:- 

  • Degree /Diploma in accounting fields.

Work Experience:-

  • Two years and above work experience.

Place Of Work:- Addis Ababa

Salary:- Negotiable and  Attractive

Gender :- Female /Male

Address:- 22 segen building 2nd floor

Phone No:- +251944178727 /+251944178726

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Department Heads

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Admas University College

Qualification:-

  • Management ,Accounting ,Marketing, Computer Science.

Educational Qualification:-

  • MA ,MBA or MSC and above in their respective field.

Required Experience and Essential Skills:-

  • One year relevant experience in education.
  • Working  know how of academic rules and regulations.

No Of Required:- One for each department.

Salary:- Negotiable & Attractive

Place Of Work:- Addis Ababa

Interested applicants fulfilling the above requirements can submit their CV and copy of non -returnable credentials or testimonials within 10 days of this announcement to the following address.

Admas University

HR Office

Olympia behind dembel city center , P.O.BOX 2618, Tel. 0115514065

Dean For Kality Campus

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Admas University College

Educational Qualification:-

  • MA , MBA or  MSC and above  in any discipline.

Required Experience and Essential Skills:-

  • Two years's experience  in an academic institution as a head  of a college , faculty or department.
  • Know how of academic rules, regulations  and practices.
  • Demonstrated  ability in  managing and coordinating students  and faculty staff.
  • Attentive to details.

No Of Required:- One

Salary:- Negotiable & Attractive

Place Of Work:- Addis Ababa

Interested applicants fulfilling the above requirements can submit their CV and copy of non -returnable credentials or testimonials within 10 days of this announcement to the following address.

Admas University

HR Office

Olympia behind dembel city center , P.O.BOX 2618, Tel. 0115514065

Dean For Mekanisa Campus

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Admas University College

Educational Qualification:-

  • MA ,MBA ,or MSC and above in any discipline.

Required Experience and Essential Skills:-

  • Two years experience in an academic institution as a college ,faculty or department.
  • Know how of academic rules . regulation and practices.
  • Attentive to details.

No Of Required:-  One.

Salary:- Negotiable & Attractive

Place Of Work:- Addis Ababa

Interested applicants fulfilling the above requirements can submit their CV and copy of non -returnable credentials or testimonials within 10 days of this announcement to the following address.

Admas University

HR Office

Olympia behind dembel city center , P.O.BOX 2618, Tel. 0115514065

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Web Applications Developer at JSI Research & Training Institute Inc.(JSI)

New Job Vacancy in Ethiopia
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia JSI Research & Training Institute Inc.(JSI)

JSI HMIS Scale up Project

Job Vacancy

Web Applications Developer

 

About the project

JSI Research & Training Institute, Inc. (JSI) is implementing Health Management Information System (HMIS) and Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Scale-up Project in Ethiopia. The HMIS and M&E Scale-up Project is funded by USAID and was established with the purpose of assisting the Federal Ministry of Health (FMoH) in general and the Southern Nations, Nationalities and People's & Oromia Regional health bureaus in particular to efficiently scale-up the reformed HMIS and efficiently use health information for evidence based decision-making.

In addition, the project provides technical and financial support to Federal HAPCO especially in the implementation of Multi-Sectoral Response Information System (MRIS) in SNNP and Oromia regions.

Summary of Responsibilities

The Developer provides technical support to the overall functioning of the Web-based eCHIS software developed by JSI HMIS Scale-up Project. The Programmer works in close collaboration with other software development team members.

Duty Station & LOE

This is a six month consultancy position based at the Project central office in Addis Ababa and reports to the Information Technology Coordinator or his delegate. 

Specific Responsibilities include the following

  • Be a primary responsible person in the IT Team for web application development tasks.
  •  Work with the Project IT staff to plan and program code refactoring (enhancements) and changes
  • Implement stellar user experiences, responsive layouts, minimizing load time
  • Develop new software components in a team and/or independently with high requirement of stability and efficiency, in a limited amount of time
  • Maintain, enhance and optimize existing software components
  • Provide assistance in testing and solving programming bugs and other issues
  • Develop a range of system documentation materials such as technical documents, user manuals, standard operating procures (SOPs) as well as end user tip sheet and guides
  • Actively participate in providing training as well as organize software demonstrations for various FMoH, Regional and Partner groups in a well organized and professional manner

Job Requirements

Essential Qualifications

Education:  Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science, Information Systems, or software engineering and knowledge of the major programming languages.

Experience: A minimum of 5 years of development experience.

  • Expert level experience developing web applications, both front-end and back-end.
  • Expert level understanding of javascript.
  • Expert level experience on development using Angular 2 or Angular 4, if not using Angular JS.
  • Experience working on Node Js.
  • Deep expertise and hands on experience with Web Applications and programming languages such as HTML, CSS, JavaScript, JQuery and API's.
  • Experience in code refactoring, codding standards and design patterns
  • Working experience of database systems including but not limited to PostgreSQL.
  • Self-motivated, team player mentality required.

Language Proficiency: Excellent knowledge (spoken and written) of the English Language

Other: Ability to work independently in the context of a team with excellent organizational and interpersonal skills essential. Expected to exercise considerable autonomy in decision-making.

Number of positions: 1

 

How to Apply

  1. Qualified individuals interested in these positions can send their documents to the following email. 

    vacancyjsihmis@gmail.com
  2. Applications should be sent by email entitled "Web Developer[Name of Applicant]" at the subject line.

    3. All application documents should be combined in to one PDF file, the cover letter being at the first page followed by the CV and other documents if any. Send only one attachment as  “yourname_WebDeveloper.pdf

    N.B Applications not conforming to the above directions are NOT considered.
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Trainee Pilot Instructor

New Job Vacancy in Ethiopia
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Ethiopian Airlines

Ethiopian Airlines Job Vacancy

Ethiopian Airlines would like to invite qualified candidates for the following position.

Job Title: - Trainee Pilot Instructor

Required Qualification;- BSC Degree in Electrical/Electronics /Aeronautical /Mechanical /Civil / Industrial/Chemical/Computer / Software / Electronics and Communication/ /Hardware Engineering/Physics / Mathematics /Statistics / Computer Science /  Information Science/ Information Technology or any Engineering or IT related fields  with a minimum CGPA of 3.00 from Recognized Ethiopian Higher Institutions

    N.B: 1. Age limit: For external applicant 18 - 25 years old

                             For Internal Applicant ≤ 27 years old

      Height:   Male - Minimum 1.70 Meter

                             Female – Minimum 1.67 Meter

      For Applicants from international schools, equivalency certificate must be presented from Higher Education Relevance & Quality Agency.

Note:

Registration Date: November 13, 2017_ November 24, 2017

Registration Place: Ethiopian Airlines Head Quarter, HR Building (Recruitment and Placement Office)

Interested applicants must bring/attach all original and copy of their supporting documents, including 6th /8th Grade Ministry Card/birth certificate from Kebele. And must bring a copy of Renewed Kebele ID card with copy & along with one passport size picture when they come for registration on the appropriate dates stated above.

  • THOSE CANDIDATES WHO FAILED ON MEDICAL ARE TOTALLY UNACCEPTABLE FOR APPLICATION.

If anyone found to apply or join Ethiopian with false information will lead to subsequent termination from the process or employment upon discovery of the fact.

 



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Web applications developer

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Consultancy Service to Develop Migrant Resource Center Operational Manual

New Job Vacancy in Ethiopia
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia International Labour Organization (ILO) - Ethiopia

International Labor Organization

Consultancy Service

Closing date: 27 Nov 2017

Term of Reference

Develop Migrant Resource Center Operational Manual

Background

Ethiopia has become one of the major sending countries of Migrant Domestic Workers (MDWs) to the GCC States and their numbers have greatly increased in recent years. MDWs in receiving countries are concentrated in less regulated economic occupations where they work excessive hours without overtime payments, no weekly rest days, and restrictions on freedom of movement, exposed to psychological, physical and sexual abuse. Most of them even suffer from virtual imprisonment with their travel and identity documents confiscated. Labour migration is increasingly featuring on the global agenda including that of Ethiopia. The events unfolding every day in the Middle Eastern countries, and the repeated tragedies in regards to Ethiopian migrant workers in the Middle East, caused the Government of Ethiopia (GoE) to put a temporary ban on low-skilled migrant workers going to the Middle East and Sudan in 2013. The ban was mainly to work on improving the overall migration governance in the country, enhance protection of Ethiopian migrant workers in destination countries and to address irregular migration. At national level the Government of Ethiopia is currently taking multiple initiatives such as the adoption of the revised Overseas Employment Proclamation in 2016, the negotiation of Bilateral Agreements (BLAs) with major destination countries, improving recruitment and placement services as well as building the capacity of key government institutions to effectively and efficiently govern the regular labour migration process. Despite the ban, the numbers of Ethiopian migrant workers crossing borders in search of employment continue to rise. The continued increase in irregular migration mainly trafficking combined with a significant number of reported cases of abuse and mistreatment of Ethiopian migrants in destination country call for urgent attention to the social and economic needs of Ethiopian migrants.

Addressing irregular migration being a high priority for the GoE, ILO has been supporting MoLSA through different projects such as the one entitled “Development of a Tripartite Framework for the Support and Protection of Ethiopian Women Domestic Migrant Workers (MWDs) to the GCC States, Lebanon and Sudan”. This project ended in July 2016, it aimed at strengthening the policy and operational framework in Ethiopia to ensure safe and legal migration of MDW to GCC and improve protection and reintegration of returnees as an integral part of the socio-economic development agenda for possible expansion and replication. Some of the key achievements of the project were; supported the revision of Ethiopian Overseas Employment Proclamation No. 923/2016, established web based Ethiopian Migrant database system, develop a pre-departure training manual, build six Migrant Resource Centers (MRC) in four regions (Oromia, Amhara, Tigray and SNNP region) of Ethiopia, conducted various studies to contribute to evidence based policy making and through various awareness raising initiatives and community dialogue, contributed to preventing irregular migration of domestic workers by bringing about changes in perceptions, attitudes and behaviours.

To reinforce the ongoing initiatives of the above-mentioned project, the ILO has developed a project entitled Improved labour migration governance to protect migrant workers and combat irregular migration in Ethiopiafunded by United Kingdom’s Department for International Development that will build on these achievements. This project, aims at supporting the efforts of the Government and Civil Societies in improving labour migration governance and combat irregular migration. Through this project, the ILO is planning to strengthen six MRC built during the phase one of the MDW project to ensure their continuity and functionality. The MRC is physical space where potential migrants, returned migrants, migrants’ families, and other community members can visit to obtain information and assistance on matters related to migration. The ILO in collaboration with MoLSA and grass root level government structure is working to capacitate the MRCs through fulfilling the required materials, assigning human power, and developing an operational guideline.

The ILO is planning to develop operational guideline for the MRC’s to assist the MRCs to effectively and efficiently manage the MRCs. To this end, the ILO country Office for Djibouti, Ethiopia, Sudan, South Sudan and Somalia is seeking to hire a qualified consultant or consulting firm to develop operational guideline for the MRC’s by collecting primary data, review of other operational guideline for the MRC’s, research reports and other secondary data. The guideline will be adapted and based on ILO’s extensive experience in developing and operating Migrant Worker Resource Centres in Asia: http://ift.tt/2zBIADD

Purpose of the Consultancy

The main purpose of the consultancy is to develop MRC operational manual in order to guide MRC’s establishment, services to potential migrants and returnees and their families, management and monitoring of MRCs to ensure their efficiency and effectiveness. More specifically:

  • provide a clear understanding of the role and purpose of the MRC service;
  • outline procedures for establishing and running an MRC;
  • provide tools and techniques to facilitate the work of MRC staff (e.g. beneficiary tracing);
  • Serve as a staff training guide; and
  • Serve as a reference guide (contains all the information on labour migration).

Scope of Work

The contractor will collect data from potential migrants, migrants and pertinent stakeholders from four regional states (Amhara, Oromia, SNNPR and Tigray regions) and best practices from existing MRCs in other countries. The operational guideline manual shall address the following key issues but not limited to

  • Establishing a Migrant Resource Centre: deals with the purpose of the MRC, stocking the MRC with resources and assigning staff, networking for a new MRC. It is a guide for establishing an MRC and looks at some of the practical questions that need to be answered during the set-up of this service.
  • Migrant Resource Centre services: presents services that an MRC offers to the community, especially potential and returned migrants. These can include information, training and outreach, legal counselling, document storage and referrals to other service providers in the area.
  • Migrant Resource Centre management: looks at the management of an MRC and considers data collection and reporting, filing systems, budgeting and finance, and staffing. These things need to be running smoothly to allow the MRC to do the core work of serving the community.
  • Tools and templates: provides tools and templates highlighted in the manual that can be used in the establishment and management of an MRC.
  • Compilation on labour migration (Legal and Policy frameworks): Compilation of regular labour migration, laws and policy and legal frameworks on labour migration, and irregular migration, trafficking and people smuggling and international standards on labour migration, and roles and responsibilities of different stakeholders in the labour migration management Something that is simple to read and easily understandable by the MRC councillors.
  • Frequently asked questions: used as a guide for responding to questions of migrants and their families when they visit the MRC. Information in this section can be used to directly answer questions during outreach activities and within the MRC itself.

Deliverables

  • An Inception report that will include a detailed inception report explaining his/her understanding of the ToR, methodology, key resources/materials to be used within one week following the signing of the agreement.
  • Compile and review relevant information related to the subject matter.
  • A first draft manual and trainer guide (outline of the manual will be discussed and agreed during the inception phase).
  • Stakeholder consultations
  • Presentation of the manual in national validation workshop.
  • The final manual including comments and inputs given by different stakeholders.
  • Facilitate ToT training on the manual for 30 participants.

Duration

The duration of the consultancy is 30 days after the signing of the agreement between the two parties. The first draft should be submitted within 18 days after the date of signing. The task will be projected to commence as shortly as possible after the signing of the agreement and approval of the inception phase report.

Required Competencies/Qualifications

  • The lead researcher or leader of the team will need to have a post graduate Degree in Social Sciences or Development Studies, or another relevant field, with 5 years’ experience.
  • Experience in in manual preparation with particular focus on labour migration and migrant resource center.
  • Experience in labour migration governance and related sectors
  • Understanding and experience of working with potential migrants, migrants and returnees
  • Knowledge of the country’s social and economic dynamics
  • Good drafting skills, ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing, ability to clarify information, good computer application skills, good organizational skills
  • Skilled and experienced in manual development and training
  • Excellent conceptual and analytical skills
  • Excellent and proven experience of English languages

HOW TO APPLY:

Interested applicants should submit their letter of application, firm’s capability, copy of credentials and a detailed technical and financial proposal and other supporting documents that show previous work experience, technical and financial proposal to Abubeker Naser at anaser@ilo.org

Only short-listed candidates will be communicated

Deadline for submitting the applications: 27 November 2017



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Consultancy Service to Develop a Training Manual

New Job Vacancy in Ethiopia
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia International Labour Organization (ILO) - Ethiopia

International Labor Organization

Consultancy Service

Closing date: 27 Nov 2017

Term of Reference

Develop a Training Manual on Entrepreneurship, Financial Education and Life Skill Training for Potential Migrant and Migrants

Background

Labour migration is increasingly featuring on the global agenda including that of Ethiopia. The events unfolding every day in the Middle Eastern countries, and the repeated tragedies in regards to Ethiopian migrant workers in the Middle East, caused the Government of Ethiopia (GoE) to put a temporary ban on low-skilled migrant workers going to the Middle East and Sudan in 2013. The ban was mainly to work on improving the overall migration governance in the country, enhance protection of Ethiopian migrant workers in destination countries and address irregular migration. At national level the Government of Ethiopia is currently taking multiple initiatives to improve the labour migration governance structure in the country.

To support the government’s effort in improving labour migration governance, the ILO is implementing a project entitled “Improved labour migration governance to protect migrant workers and combat irregular migration in Ethiopia” funded by United Kingdom’s Department for International Development. The project aims at supporting the efforts of the Government, Social partners and Civil Societies in improving labour migration governance to better address migration challenges in the country and combat irregular migration. Through this project the ILO would support the GoE and its partners to address irregular migration and protection risks faced by migrants in countries of origin and destination by working on legal and regulatory frameworks for fair recruitment, strengthening and building the capacity of Federal, Regional, zonal and woreda government offices as well as Ethiopian foreign missions, migrant communities and migrants themselves.

As part of empowering migrants, the ILO and MoLSA are planning to integrate entrepreneurship, life skill and financial education as part of the pre-departure skills training. Both ILO and MoLSA believe that entrepreneurship, life skill and financial education training will provide migrants with essential knowledge and skills that will help them making their migration experience successful, plan their return, improve their lives and bring change in perceptions, attitudes and behaviours. To this end, the ILO country Office for Djibouti, Ethiopia, Sudan, South Sudan and Somalia is seeking to hire a qualified consultant or consulting firm to develop a training manuals consisting of entrepreneurship, financial education and life skills components for potential migrants and migrants.

Purpose of the Consultancy

The main purpose of the consultancy is to develop a training manual for Ethiopian migrants and potential migrants going to Middle East on life skills, entrepreneurship and financial education by integrating and adopting the ILO SIYB[1] and ILO financial education tools[2] taking into account the country context and target group. ILO in collaboration with MoLSA is planning to integrate the entrepreneurship, financial education and life skill training in the skills training curriculum for potential migrants.

Scope of the work

  • Develop one training manual consisting of three modules on life skills, entrepreneurship and financial education taking into account the SIYB, (GYB & SYB) and Financial Education tools developed by ILO, with an objective to use it in pre departure training for migrants and potential migrant.
  • The ILO’s SIYB, and ILO tools on financial education should be used as reference and guide.
  • Life Skill component must focus on ensuring that migrants lead successful, healthy and peaceful migration experience. With a focus on skills such as having a vision, using time effectively, saving resources, making investments, being responsible, taking care of one’s family properly, bringing dreams to reality, respecting work, not being a person of excuses, self-confidence, positive thinking, good inter-personal communication, being healthy, being informed,managing and coping up with challenges, becoming independent etc.
  • The manual need to be developed taking into account the Ethiopia and Middle East country context as well as the target beneficiaries.
  • Develop a trainer guidance note to explain how the manual can be used in trainings.
  • The contractor will provide ToT training for 30 participants using the developed manual.

Deliverables

  • An Inception report that will include a detailed inception report explaining his/her understanding of the ToR, methodology, key resources/materials to be used within one week following the signing of the agreement.
  • Compile and review relevant information related to the subject matter.
  • A first draft manual and trainer guide (outline of the manual will be discussed and agreed during the inception phase).
  • Presentation of the manual in national validation workshop.
  • The final manual including comments and inputs given by different stakeholders.
  • Facilitate ToT training on the manual for 30 participants.

Duration

The duration of the consultancy is 45 days after the signing of the agreement between the two parties. The first draft should be submitted within 30 days after the date of signing. The task will be projected to commence as shortly as possible after the signing of the agreement and approval of the inception phase report.

Required Competencies/Qualifications

  • The lead researcher or leader of the team will need to have a post graduate Degree in Social Sciences or Development Studies, or another relevant field, with 5 years’ experience in developing training manuals.
  • The lead researcher need to have in-depth understanding of finance and business management.
  • Previous experience in developing or contextualizing entrepreneurship, financial education, and life skills training manuals.
  • Understanding and experience of working with potential migrants, migrants and returnees
  • Knowledge of the country’s social and economic dynamics
  • Good drafting skills, ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing, ability to clarify information, good computer application skills, good organizational skills
  • Skilled and experienced in developing training manual and providing training.
  • Excellent conceptual and analytical skills.
  • Excellent and proven experience of English and Amharic languages.

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[2] http://ift.tt/2zZLYZN

HOW TO APPLY:

Interested applicants should submit their letter of application, firm’s capability, copy of credentials and a detailed technical and financial proposal and other supporting documents that show previous work experience, technical and financial proposal to Abubeker Naser at anaser@ilo.org

Only short-listed candidates will be communicated

Deadline for submitting the applications: 27 November 2017



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10+ Maintenance Technicians

New Job Vacancy in Ethiopia
Ethiopia MeWe Electronics

MeWe Electronics

Job Vacancy in Ethiopia

 

Maintenance Technicians

 

Degree/Diploma in hard ware electronics or related

2 years and above related Experience

Who have an experience with maintaining TV, Receiver and Speaker as well as who have knowledge how to check AD,DC maintain IC from the main board and G-pass the applicants who have this ability will be preferable .

Required No:  10

Jimma,Desse, Bahir Dar, Gonder, and Adama

 

How to Apply

Interested applicants can submit their CV and copies of documents via the following address.

Address:

Merkato Yirga Haile Bldg office no.508

By contact number 0118787778/0930329330.

 



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Child Protection Technical Expert

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Construction project manager

MA Business , Management And Man Power Solution

A man/women who could serve as a project manager. He/She is expected to have at least 6/8 years of experience for degree/diploma respectively.

PUBLIC HEALTH PROMOTION TEAM LEADER at Oxfam GB

New Job Vacancy in Ethiopia
Somali, Ethiopia Oxfam Great Britain - Ethiopia

Job Vacancy in Ethiopia

Closing date: 28 Nov 2017

 

PUBLIC HEALTH PROMOTION TEAM LEADER – OXFAM ETHIOPIA

LOCATION: SOMALI REGION

CONTRACT LENGTH: 6 MONTHS

LEVEL: C1 GLOBAL

Background

Oxfam has been working in Ethiopia since 1974, devoted to empowering people against poverty. In 2015-16, the organization consolidated its efforts to meet the needs of the most vulnerable and has reached close to one million people across Ethiopia with life-saving humanitarian assistance. Oxfam’s Humanitarian programme currently operates through 3 field bases in Jijiga, Dire Dawa and Gambella and getting prepared to open three new satellite offices in remote field locations as part of its ongoing drought response. The development team currently operates in Oromia, Amhara, Tigray and Somali region.

Oxfam is currently responding to drought in Ethiopia following its response strategy (Programme Focus WASH and EFSVL with gender and cross protection as cross-cutting) having an ambition of benefitting 1,000,000 people with a total budget of 30 Million USD. As part of Oxfam’s drought response programme.

The role

Reporting to the WASH Coordinator (Somali Region) (Matrix management with Country WASH Coordinator) The purpose of the role is to facilitate quality, gender-sensitive, accountable, and impact-focus public health interventions in Somali region through technical advisory, capacity building (hands-on approach) to staff and partners, networking with concerned stakeholders

HOW TO APPLY:

This is a great opportunity for a dedicated and dynamic professional. If you believe you are the candidate we are looking for, please submit your application and CV including a day time contact by applying online at http://ift.tt/vHOtun INT3974 Closing date: November 28, 2017. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Diversity the difference starts with you

We are committed to ensuring diversity and gender equality within our organization.

Files

JP PHP TL_Global_Nov 2017_Final.pdf (79.73 KB)

 

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PUBLIC HEALTH ENGINEERING TEAM LEADER at Oxfam GB

New Job Vacancy in Ethiopia
Dollo, Somali Oxfam Great Britain - Ethiopia

PUBLIC HEALTH ENGINEERING TEAM LEADER

Oxfam GB Job Vacancy

Closing date: 28 Nov 2017

JOB VACANCY

PUBLIC HEALTH ENGINEERING TEAM LEADER – OXFAM ETHIOPIA

LOCATION: DOLLO, SOMALI REGION

CONTRACT LENGTH: ONE YEAR

LEVEL: C1 GLOBAL

Background

Oxfam has been working in Ethiopia since 1974, devoted to empowering people against poverty. In 2015-16, the organization consolidated its efforts to meet the needs of the most vulnerable and has reached close to one million people across Ethiopia with life-saving humanitarian assistance. Oxfam’s Humanitarian programme currently operates through 3 field bases in Jijiga, Dire Dawa and Gambella and getting prepared to open three new satellite offices in remote field locations as part of its ongoing drought response. The development team currently operates in Oromia, Amhara, Tigray and Somali region.

Oxfam is currently responding to drought in Ethiopia following its response strategy (Programme Focus WASH and EFSVL with gender and cross protection as cross-cutting) having an ambition of benefitting 1,000,000 people with a total budget of 30 Million USD. As part of Oxfam’s drought response programme.

The role

Reporting to the WaSH Coordinator for Public Health related issues (Somali Region) and Programme Coordinator for base management issues, The purpose of the role is to facilitate quality, gender-sensitive, accountable, and impact-focused public health interventions in Somali Region through technical advisory, capacity building to staff and partners, system/model building on programming, Oxfam is currently implementing both WASH and EFSVL programs (directly and through local implementing partner) as well protection program in Doolo Zone and therefore the position holder will be the overall responsible person for the implementation of the program and management of the base.

HOW TO APPLY:

This is a great opportunity for a dedicated and dynamic professional. If you believe you are the candidate we are looking for, please submit your application and CV including a day time contact by applying online at http://ift.tt/vHOtun INT3973 Closing date: November 28, 2017. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Diversity the difference starts with you

We are committed to ensuring diversity and gender equality within our organization.

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