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New Job Vacancy in Ethiopia : Ministry of Health Jobs - Senior Financial Management Officer

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Ministry of Health Ethiopia

Federal Ministry of Health

Federal Ministry of Health would like to recruit Grants Finance Officers to support the ministry’s donor funded grants financial management in compliance with the federal government’s financial rules, regulations and USG/CDC donor requirements.

Job title: Senior Financial Management Officer
Duration: One year with possibilities of extension depending of performance and fund availability
Required Number: One (1)
Salary: Attractive

Major Duties and Responsibilities
The major duties of the position is to assist the Grants Financial management in maintaining the grants project’s books of accounts at federal level and support the regions and federal institutions and ensuring the standard financial operating procedures are complied with and that the books of accounts are maintained properly and supported by appropriate document

Summary of the duties:
Detail responsibilities:
Financial Management & Reporting Duties and Responsibilities
  • Preparing payment, receipt and journal vouchers as the case may be and timely recording the transaction in the books of accounts
  • Facilitating the transfer of funds/advances to implementing regions and other federal institutions on timely manner,
  • Maintain daily recording of Receipts, payments and expenditures properly in separate ledger for specific grants fund,
  • Maintaining proper subsidiary ledger for advances, payables and continuously chase otter the timely liquidation and clearances of outstanding accounts
  • Maintain separate ledger for donor funds and implementing regions and other federal institutions and monitor liquidation status by region, by source of fund and by purpose with attention to detail micro plan.
  • Maintain Statements of Accounts (S0A) and continuously updating and reconciling with the records of recipient implementing partners,
  • Ensure Expenditures at all levels should comply with the financial rules and regulations of the Government of Ethiopia as per the financial management proclamation number 648/2009 and other financial management directives.
  • Support Programme budget holders in monitoring variances and getting responses
  • Ensure project financial audits (internal, external & donor) are planned for & properly managing all the pre-audit, during the audit and after the audit activities.
  • Prepares donor reports on time and ensuring qualities for the submission of accurate and complete reporting to the MFEC and to internal users.
  • Ensure that quarterly financial report for donors that includes cash balance report, a quarterly expenditure report, and an annual tax report properly and timely prepared. Both the cash balance report and quarterly expenditure report must be completed and submitted to the donor on a quarterly basis.
  • Ensuring that detail accounting record of the fixed assets for each specific grant fund is kept and reconciled with the registration kept by the custodian unit.
  • Follow up with reimbursement of VAT for VAT disallowed grants funds,
  • Preparing budget versus actual report for program budget holders and keep them updated with budgetary and cash balance information.
  • Planning, and implementing financial closure at the closure phase of donor funding by clearing of open grants payable (committed not disbursed) and advances and performing other closure activities.
  • Ensure proper documentation for audit trial and document retention requirement
Job Requirements
  • Masters Degree in Accounting/financial management or MBA and ACCA certified/membership of ACCA.
  • Minimum 7 years proven progressive experience in finance related positions of which a minimum of four years experience is on donor funded project accounting and reporting,
  • Proven experience in working with financial management of projects funded by humanitarian donors
  • Solid knowledge and understanding of financial compliance and procedures with special emphasis to USG (CDC/USAID) rules and regulations,
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to work under pressure
  • Excellent skills in the use of computers (MS Word, Excel, Power Point);
  • Peachtree Accounting package is required;
  • Knowledge of IFMIS Program is a plus.
  • Ability to independently organize work and prioritize and perform multiple tasks.
As new priories emerge, the FMoH may periodically revise the TOR for this position.  

How To Apply:

Interested applicants are invited to submit their nonreturnable CVs and copies of all documents together with original documents until Dec.15, 2017
FEDERAL MINISTRY OF HEALTH
Human Resource Administration Directorate
Tel: 011551 54 25 BLOCK 1 First Floor
Addis Ababa

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New Job Vacancy in Ethiopia : Glimmer of Hope Vacancy - Administration Officer

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia A Glimmer of Hope (Glimmer) -Ethiopia

Glimmer of Hope (Glimmer)

A Glimmer of Hope (Glimmer) is a US based charitable organization with the mission of empowering rural Ethiopian communities to end the cycle of extreme poverty. Glimmer is a nonprofit organization working to make a sustainable difference in the lives of rural Ethiopians through water, sanitation, health, education, microfinance, micro-irrigation and veterinary projects. Glimmer was founded in Austin, Texas, USA in March of 2000. The Ethiopian country office (“Glimmer Ethiopia”) was founded in Addis Ababa in April 2000. Glimmer fund the implementation of projects in Ethiopia through local NGO partners operating in four bigger regions of the country (Tigray, Amhara, Oromia and SNNPR). Since 2000, Glimmer has implemented over 10,000 projects in Ethiopia.

A Glimmer of Hope — Ethiopia Country Office would like to hire Administration Officer for its country office, on competitive basis. Hence, the country office hereby invites competent individuals who fit the requirement stated in the advert to apply.

JOB TITLE: Administration Officer
DIRECTLY REPORTS TO: Finance and Administration Director
FUNCTIONALLY REPORTS ON: Office Assistants and Drivers
DUTY STATION: Addis Ababa

JOB SUMMARY:
Under the general guidance of the Finance and Administration Director, the Administration Officer is responsible for Human Resources Management, Office Management and Administration, Fleet and Logistics Management, and coordinating travel and logistics for Glimmer employees and donors. The Glimmer team works in a very collaborative manner and this position will be supporting all areas of the office. The successful candidate will be outgoing and highly organized with a strong attention to detail, while also having a customer service attitude.

Additionally, there are six staff members directly under direct supervision of this position. As the primary administrative employee of the organization, the candidate can expect to undertake other administrative or related activities of Glimmer Addis, as needed.

RESPONSIBILITIES & TASKS:
A. Human Resource Management
  • Closely work with Finance and Administration Director to strengthen the human resource management system, to improve organizational capacity, and to serve as a source of information for management decisions;
  • In collaboration with the management team, oversee the recruitment, evaluation. promotion, career/professional development or capacity building, retention arid termination of temporary and permanent staff;
  • Ensure the Human Resources Manual is updated regularly, and applicable national Employment and Labor Laws are properly adhered to;
  • Implement Glimmer’s human resources development plan and respond to personnel needs in order to promote a well-motivated work force;
  • Promote organizational culture by clearly communicating organizational values, principles and incentive mechanisms:
  • Manage and maintain employee files, ensuring up to date and accurate information is available;
  • Assist with administration of health insurance coverage, including: serve as insurance point person for staff (help with filings, reimbursements and answering questions), work with vendors to get annual bids, assist in the implementation of annual health plan;
  • Maintain leave management system and update management team on a regular basis;
B. Office Management and Administration
  • Supervise office assistants, drivers, and other support staff as needed
  • Responsible for the overall look and feel of the office;
  • Oversee the cleaning and neatness of the office: Ensure the proper functioning of office facilities (telephone, internet, fax, water, electric power);
  • Responsible for good practices regarding maintenance, repairs, and renovations of the office space, office equipment, and furniture;
  • Respond to inquiries, assist with preparation of policies and guidelines, preparation and advertising of contract and procurement documents:
  • Perform secretarial, administrative and clerical duties for management team as needed;
  • Ensure all properly, procurement and other manuals are updated regularly, and applicable national laws and regulations are properly adhered to;
  • Attend meetings, take notes and minutes as required and report to responsible director/s;
  • Efficiently schedule, coordinate and implement events such as workshops, trainings, meetings and conference calls;
  • Manage, track and update records of fixed assets
C. Fleet and Logistics Management
  • Develop and monitor monthly vehicle fleet/driver deployment plans. Develop and distribute fleet utilization reports to monitor vehicle usage;
  • Review and update existing vehicle utilization manual as needed;
  • Ensure safety and proper usage of all vehicles, equipment tools and other
  • accessories through compliance with Glimmer Vehicle Management Policy, safety & security protocols; Make sure that all the required vehicle accessories are functional and are availed in each vehicle;
  • Make sure that defensive driving strategies and risk mitigation strategies are in place as per the vehicle utilization manual;
  • Ensure that all vehicles are maintained according to Glimmer standards and that proper books and records are maintained. Timely process annual inspection of vehicles with Transport and Road Authority;
  • Monitor fuel/oil consumption on each vehicle and prepare reports to summarize information for management team:
  • Manage the claims process in the event of an accident according to Glimmer’s standards:,
    • Reporting any accident, damage or theft of equipment in a Glimmer vehicle:
    • Ensuring that the proper procedure for insurance claims are fulfilled;
    • Maintaining insurance documents:
  • Facilitate customs clearance and liaison with other organizations to facilitate issues related to logistics and transportation:
D. Travel Coordination
  • Managing travel logistics for Addis office, Austin office (when in Ethiopia) and donor trips, including picking up and dropping off at airports. booking hotels, internal flights, and vehicle rentals for small and large groups (up to 30 people). Updating Master Files and distributing relevant information to team as needed;
  • Ensuring that the person who is traveling has everything they need prior to departure (checked in for flights, printouts of itinerary, etc.)
  • Coordinate with appropriate partners on travel activities;
SPECIFICATIONS:
The minimum required academic and professional skills for the jobholder to perform successfully in their position include:
  • BA Degree in Management or any other related fields. IT/Compute Science as an additional qualification is advantageous but not required.
  • At least 5 years of relevant experience in the area, including at least 2 years of NGO experience;
  • Experience on public relations, capturing of videos and photos (videography/photography);
  • Project planning and management experience advantageous.
  • Innovative problem solver, anticipates needs of the team and brings ideas for positive change;
  • Highly organized with a strong attention to detail:
  • Good report writing and communication skills;
  • Proficient with all Microsoft Office products (Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint). Able to utilize technology to develop presentations and reports;
Attitude and Values:
  • Willingness to work extra hours;
  • Energetic and enthusiastic approach to work.
  • Persuasive, encouraging and motivating
  • A belief in the potential of all people to succeed if given the right support:
  • Willingness to multi-task and work on own initiative.
 

How To Apply:

Interested applicants are invited to send their application to the Finance and Administration Department until Dec. 12. 2017 via:
E-mail: addis@aglimmerofhope.org ; zena@aglimmerofhope.org
P.o.Box: 1448 code 1110 Call Tel: 251-116613489 (for any queries)
Application Package:
Curriculum Vitae (CV)
One-page summary of experience (positions held), qualification & Training;
Application cover page
Credentials shall be availed upon request

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Vacancies in Ethiopia : Administration Officer

Addis Ababa A Glimmer of Hope (Glimmer) - Ethiopia
A Glimmer of Hope (Glimmer) is a US based charitable organization with the mission of empowering rural Ethiopian communities to end the cycle of extreme poverty. Glimmer is a nonprofit organization working to make a sustainable difference in the lives of rural Ethiopians through water, sanitation, health, education, microfinance, micro-irrigation and veterinary projects. Glimmer was founded in Austin, Texas, USA in March of 2000. The Ethiopian country office (“Glimmer Ethiopia”) was founded in Addis Ababa in April 2000. Glimmer fund the implementation of projects in Ethiopia through local NGO partners operating in four bigger regions of the country (Tigray, Amhara, Oromia and SNNPR). Since 2000, Glimmer has implemented over 10,000 projects in Ethiopia.

A Glimmer of Hope — Ethiopia Country Office would like to hire Administration Officer for its country office, on competitive basis. Hence, the country office hereby invites competent individuals who fit the requirement stated in the advert to apply.

JOB TITLE: Administration Officer
DIRECTLY REPORTS TO: Finance and Administration Director
FUNCTIONALLY REPORTS ON: Office Assistants and Drivers
DUTY STATION: Addis Ababa

JOB SUMMARY:
Under the general guidance of the Finance and Administration Director, the Administration Officer is responsible for Human Resources Management, Office Management and Administration, Fleet and Logistics Management, and coordinating travel and logistics for Glimmer employees and donors. The Glimmer team works in a very collaborative manner and this position will be supporting all areas of the office. The successful candidate will be outgoing and highly organized with a strong attention to detail, while also having a customer service attitude.

Additionally, there are six staff members directly under direct supervision of this position. As the primary administrative employee of the organization, the candidate can expect to undertake other administrative or related activities of Glimmer Addis, as needed.

RESPONSIBILITIES & TASKS:
A. Human Resource Management
  • Closely work with Finance and Administration Director to strengthen the human resource management system, to improve organizational capacity, and to serve as a source of information for management decisions;
  • In collaboration with the management team, oversee the recruitment, evaluation. promotion, career/professional development or capacity building, retention arid termination of temporary and permanent staff;
  • Ensure the Human Resources Manual is updated regularly, and applicable national Employment and Labor Laws are properly adhered to;
  • Implement Glimmer’s human resources development plan and respond to personnel needs in order to promote a well-motivated work force;
  • Promote organizational culture by clearly communicating organizational values, principles and incentive mechanisms:
  • Manage and maintain employee files, ensuring up to date and accurate information is available;
  • Assist with administration of health insurance coverage, including: serve as insurance point person for staff (help with filings, reimbursements and answering questions), work with vendors to get annual bids, assist in the implementation of annual health plan;
  • Maintain leave management system and update management team on a regular basis;
B. Office Management and Administration
  • Supervise office assistants, drivers, and other support staff as needed
  • Responsible for the overall look and feel of the office;
  • Oversee the cleaning and neatness of the office: Ensure the proper functioning of office facilities (telephone, internet, fax, water, electric power);
  • Responsible for good practices regarding maintenance, repairs, and renovations of the office space, office equipment, and furniture;
  • Respond to inquiries, assist with preparation of policies and guidelines, preparation and advertising of contract and procurement documents:
  • Perform secretarial, administrative and clerical duties for management team as needed;
  • Ensure all properly, procurement and other manuals are updated regularly, and applicable national laws and regulations are properly adhered to;
  • Attend meetings, take notes and minutes as required and report to responsible director/s;
  • Efficiently schedule, coordinate and implement events such as workshops, trainings, meetings and conference calls;
  • Manage, track and update records of fixed assets
C. Fleet and Logistics Management
  • Develop and monitor monthly vehicle fleet/driver deployment plans. Develop and distribute fleet utilization reports to monitor vehicle usage;
  • Review and update existing vehicle utilization manual as needed;
  • Ensure safety and proper usage of all vehicles, equipment tools and other
  • accessories through compliance with Glimmer Vehicle Management Policy, safety & security protocols; Make sure that all the required vehicle accessories are functional and are availed in each vehicle;
  • Make sure that defensive driving strategies and risk mitigation strategies are in place as per the vehicle utilization manual;
  • Ensure that all vehicles are maintained according to Glimmer standards and that proper books and records are maintained. Timely process annual inspection of vehicles with Transport and Road Authority;
  • Monitor fuel/oil consumption on each vehicle and prepare reports to summarize information for management team:
  • Manage the claims process in the event of an accident according to Glimmer’s standards:,
    • Reporting any accident, damage or theft of equipment in a Glimmer vehicle:
    • Ensuring that the proper procedure for insurance claims are fulfilled;
    • Maintaining insurance documents:
  • Facilitate customs clearance and liaison with other organizations to facilitate issues related to logistics and transportation:
D. Travel Coordination
  • Managing travel logistics for Addis office, Austin office (when in Ethiopia) and donor trips, including picking up and dropping off at airports. booking hotels, internal flights, and vehicle rentals for small and large groups (up to 30 people). Updating Master Files and distributing relevant information to team as needed;
  • Ensuring that the person who is traveling has everything they need prior to departure (checked in for flights, printouts of itinerary, etc.)
  • Coordinate with appropriate partners on travel activities;
SPECIFICATIONS:
The minimum required academic and professional skills for the jobholder to perform successfully in their position include:
  • BA Degree in Management or any other related fields. IT/Compute Science as an additional qualification is advantageous but not required.
  • At least 5 years of relevant experience in the area, including at least 2 years of NGO experience;
  • Experience on public relations, capturing of videos and photos (videography/photography);
  • Project planning and management experience advantageous.
  • Innovative problem solver, anticipates needs of the team and brings ideas for positive change;
  • Highly organized with a strong attention to detail:
  • Good report writing and communication skills;
  • Proficient with all Microsoft Office products (Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint). Able to utilize technology to develop presentations and reports;
Attitude and Values:
  • Willingness to work extra hours;
  • Energetic and enthusiastic approach to work.
  • Persuasive, encouraging and motivating
  • A belief in the potential of all people to succeed if given the right support:
  • Willingness to multi-task and work on own initiative.
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New Job Vacancy in Ethiopia : Ethiopian Development Research Institute Vacancy -Program Coordinator

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Ethiopian Development Research Institute (EDRI)

Ethiopian Development Research Institute (EDRI) 

Program Coordinator
Program: The (Oxford) Handbook on the Ethiopian Economy project
Location: Addis Ababa
Duration: Year
Salary: Attractive
Type of contract: Par-time (2 days a week)
Expected Start Date 15 December 2017

The Ethiopian Development Research Institute (EDRI) is a semi-autonomous thank-tank established by the Ethiopian Government to conduct research and policy analysis that provide evidence-based inputs for policy making and implementation. The institute is engaged in: Economic research and policy analysis, Bridging research and policy, Capacity, Knowledge dissemination and exchange and Consultancy.

EDRI is currently supporting the Oxford University Press (CUP), a leading global academic publisher, to publish “The [Oxford] Handbook of the Ethiopian Economy’. The Handbook will be a high-profile volume that aims to present an authoritative yet accessible ‘state of the art’ analysis of the past, present and future of the Ethiopian economy.

The volume will contain around 50 chapters and will be divided into five parts, each dealing with a key aspect of the Ethiopian economy: (I) Context, concepts and history; (II) Economic and Social development; (Ill) Agriculture and rural transformation; (IV) Industrialization and urbanization; and lastly (V) Structural transformation and African context. The central focus of the handbook will be on economic transformation, covering the history, policies and performance of the Ethiopian economy during a recent period of significant structural change.
Roles and Responsibilities
  • EDRI would like to engage an experienced Program Coordinator to manage the project, based in Addis Ababa. This project is supported by Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA).
  • The successful candidate will support and advise Volume Editors on the operational aspects of the production of the Handbook, and coordinate the works of 40 contributing authors.
  • Specifically, the Program Coordinator will carry out the following;
Program management and coordination
  • Ensure the project is managed effectively in line with proposed plans and overall objectives
  • Oversee the implementation key milestones, and activities
  • Liaise with publishers, authors and program partners
  • Identify and evaluate risks associated with program implementation and advise appropriate actions
  • Monitor the program activities on a regular basis
  • Organize workshops, seminars and group discussions in relation to the project
  • Recruit and provide direction and guidance to research assistants and other project staff
  • Follow up on the activities of research assistants
  • Liassie with chapter authors to identify research needs that are to be addressed by research assistants
  • Carry out any other activities related to programmatic issues
Qualification and Experience
  • Advanced University Degree (Master’s degree or equivalent) in one of the following disciplines: Management, international relations, development studies, Economics, business administration, or a related field.
  • Minimum twelve (12) years of progressively responsible experience in management of projects. preferably international donors-funded programs.
  • A proven track record of leadership and management of resources in multicultural settings, including coordination of interdisciplinary teams is required.
  • Ability to work independently in an intellectual challenging environment.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills and a strong set of personal values
  • Excellent knowledge of English and Amharic languages
Closing date: Dec. 12, 2017  

How To Apply:

Applicants fulfilling the above requirements should send their CV and Application letter to:
Information Desk
Human Resources and Property Management Department
Ethiopian Development Research Institute
Blue Building South Wing Second Floor / near National Stadium
P0 Box 2479 Fax 251115505508 Tel: 251 115506066 Addis Ababa

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New Job Vacancy in Ethiopia : Jhpiego Job Vacancy - Accountant - Grants & Contracts Management

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Jhpiego

Jhpiego Ethiopia Country Office

Accountant – Grants & Contracts Management

 

Jhpiego’s Mission

Jhpiego enhances the health and saves the lives of women and families in limited-resource settings. For over four decades, we have put evidence-based health innovations into everyday practice to overcome barriers to high-quality health care services for the world's most vulnerable populations. From our origins as technical experts in reproductive, maternal and child health, Jhpiego has grown to embrace new challenges, including HIV/AIDS, malaria and cervical cancer prevention — reflecting the increasing interconnectedness of global health.

 

Jhpiego’s Values

At Jhpiego we value our customers who have our respect, responsiveness, and commitment to excellence; our staff and global network of colleagues who bring cultural diversity, innovation, and a wealth of world experience; and our work culture, which is reflected in our team spirit, transparent communication, mutual respect, flexibility, and dedication.

 

 

Title:   Accountant – Grants & Contracts Management               Grade: C

Department:  Ethiopia Country Office, A/A                                  December 2017

 

Summary Scope of Work:

The Accountant – Grants and Contracts Management is responsible to provide support in overall Jhpiego Ethiopia grants management program for local NGOs and Associations that work with Jhpiego. S/he reviews payment invoices received from sub-grantees/sub-contractors, checks if payment invoices are valid (legal), original, accurate, neat, well supported/accompanied, ensures if payments are reasonable and genuine and are made per planned and approved activity plan, assists in controlling the approved budget limit, etc. S/he participates in ensuring that sub-grantees are compliant to USG, donors or funding agencies, and the gov’t rules and regulations in their operations. S/he will also be responsible to overall filing and database management of sub-grantees accounting files and other financial documentations. 

Reporting Structure:
  • Position Reports To:  Grants, Contracts & Budget Officer
  • Positions SupervisedNone

 

Responsibilities: All staff members of Jhpiego, regardless of the level of responsibilities are expected to

  • model the mission and values stated above
  • participate in the business development process
  • contribute to the knowledge sharing and transfer process
  • make responsible decisions that result in time and cost containment and clear accountability
Result Areas:

The Accountant – Grants and Contracts Management will be responsible for and assists the Grants and Contracts Management Officer of Jhpiego with the following: 

Grants and Contracts Management

  • Participate in the preparation of Sub-agreement/Technical Service Contract and Modification if any.
  • Work closely with Jhpiego program staff those assigned for the programmatic matters of the project and verify expenses versus performed activities
  • Before processing the cost reimbursement/refund requests, make sure that the submission of up to date program/activity report to Jhpiego.
  • Facilitate fund transfer and confirm that the transferred fund is reached or not.
  • Remind the Sub-grantees/Sub-contractors to submit their financial and activity report before the expiration of the agreement period.

Budget and Disbursements

  • Review payment invoices come from Sub-grantees/Sub-contractors  
  • Check the payment invoices are Valid (Legal) , original, accurate and neat
  • Check the payment invoices are well supported /accompanied
  • Ensure that payments are reasonable and genuine
  • Ensure that payments are made for the planned and approved activities only
  • Control the approved budget limit, not to spend more by the sub-grantee/sub-contractor.

Policies and Procedures Compliance (including Donors and Eth Gov’t)

  • Ensure that payments for government employees are paid per the government rate
  • Ensure that payments are made as per USAID Rules and Regulations and are according to tariffs and rates set by Jhpiego and also by the government (for such expenditures as transportations, and 70/30 expenditure proration for applicable core and admin businesses)
  • Ensure that government taxes  are withheld and also deposited
  • Review procurement documents to ensure compliance in light of Jhpiego’s procurement manual and donors regulation

Financial Information Reporting and Documentation:

  • Review the reported financial reports and ensure that the expenses reflected on the reports are similar with the detail supporting financial invoices.
  • Custodian to and ensure safe maintenance of all necessary finance grants and contracts documents 

Other Technical support

  • Assist Sub-grantees/Sub-contractors finance staff in relation with financial issues and build their capacity for better management of the sub-awards according to donors and government regulations.  
  • Travel to Sub-grantees/Sub-contractors sites and review all financial related documents before receiving financial reports.
  • Prepare monthly VAT tracking sheet (as appropriate) for reimbursement on behalf of sub-grantees
  • And any other duty as assigned by the supervisor

 

Job Requirements

Required Qualifications & Competencies

  • BA in Accounting or related field
  • At least three years of experience in an NGO environment; i.e.  preferably in implementing USAID-supported projects, knowledge of USAID regulations and procedures
  • Experience in grants management and financial/operational systems and auditing
  • Computer literacy and very good knowledge of Excel, Ms-Word; experience in QuickBooks accounting package is advantageous.
  • Sound organizational, coordination, communication and interpersonal skills required and fluency in English and Amharic (written and spoken)
  • Flexible and ability to work under pressure and willingness to travel in-country as required
 

How to Apply

APPLICATION INSTRUCTION 

Applicant are expected to STRICTLY follow the below listed application procedures:

1. Only qualified and interested applicants can submit application letter and well written curriculum vitae saved in one compiled PDF format

2. Applicants are required to state their current basic salary in their application letter

3. Applicants must make sure their application document is saved by their full name

4. CREDENTIALS OR WORK CERTIFICATES must not be submitted at this point

5. The job position being applied for must be explicitly stated in the application letter

6. Application being submitted via email must have the job position title clearly stated in the subject line

7. Please use either E-mail HREthiopia@jhpiego.org or Online via ethiojobs to submit your applications.

Equal Opportunity Employer.

 Jhpiego offers competitive salaries and a comprehensive employee benefits package. The winning candidate is expected to start within short period after finalization of the recruitment process.

The deadline for applications is December 17, 2017.



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Vacancies in Ethiopia : Program Coordinator

Addis Ababa Ethiopian Development Research Institute (EDRI)
Program Coordinator
Program: The (Oxford) Handbook on the Ethiopian Economy project
Location: Addis Ababa
Duration: Year
Salary: Attractive
Type of contract: Par-time (2 days a week)
Expected Start Date 15 December 2017

The Ethiopian Development Research Institute (EDRI) is a semi-autonomous thank-tank established by the Ethiopian Government to conduct research and policy analysis that provide evidence-based inputs for policy making and implementation. The institute is engaged in: Economic research and policy analysis, Bridging research and policy, Capacity, Knowledge dissemination and exchange and Consultancy.

EDRI is currently supporting the Oxford University Press (CUP), a leading global academic publisher, to publish “The [Oxford] Handbook of the Ethiopian Economy’. The Handbook will be a high-profile volume that aims to present an authoritative yet accessible ‘state of the art’ analysis of the past, present and future of the Ethiopian economy.

The volume will contain around 50 chapters and will be divided into five parts, each dealing with a key aspect of the Ethiopian economy: (I) Context, concepts and history; (II) Economic and Social development; (Ill) Agriculture and rural transformation; (IV) Industrialization and urbanization; and lastly (V) Structural transformation and African context. The central focus of the handbook will be on economic transformation, covering the history, policies and performance of the Ethiopian economy during a recent period of significant structural change.
Roles and Responsibilities
  • EDRI would like to engage an experienced Program Coordinator to manage the project, based in Addis Ababa. This project is supported by Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA).
  • The successful candidate will support and advise Volume Editors on the operational aspects of the production of the Handbook, and coordinate the works of 40 contributing authors.
  • Specifically, the Program Coordinator will carry out the following;
Program management and coordination
  • Ensure the project is managed effectively in line with proposed plans and overall objectives
  • Oversee the implementation key milestones, and activities
  • Liaise with publishers, authors and program partners
  • Identify and evaluate risks associated with program implementation and advise appropriate actions
  • Monitor the program activities on a regular basis
  • Organize workshops, seminars and group discussions in relation to the project
  • Recruit and provide direction and guidance to research assistants and other project staff
  • Follow up on the activities of research assistants
  • Liassie with chapter authors to identify research needs that are to be addressed by research assistants
  • Carry out any other activities related to programmatic issues
Qualification and Experience
  • Advanced University Degree (Master’s degree or equivalent) in one of the following disciplines: Management, international relations, development studies, Economics, business administration, or a related field.
  • Minimum twelve (12) years of progressively responsible experience in management of projects. preferably international donors-funded programs.
  • A proven track record of leadership and management of resources in multicultural settings, including coordination of interdisciplinary teams is required.
  • Ability to work independently in an intellectual challenging environment.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills and a strong set of personal values
  • Excellent knowledge of English and Amharic languages
Closing date: Dec. 12, 2017
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New Job Vacancy in Ethiopia : Health Sector Financing Reform (HSFR) Vacancy - Temporary Program Assistant (Maternity Leave Replacement)

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Health Sector Financing Reform (HSFR) Project

Health Sector Financing Reform (HSFR) Project 

The USAID-funded HSFR/HFG Project works to reform the health sector financing systems and implement health insurance schemes at the national, regional, woreda, and health facility levels in Ethiopia. The HSFR/HFG Project seeks to recruit for the following position:

Job Title: Temporary Program Assistant (Maternity Leave Replacement)
Number of Position: 1 (One)
Location: Bahir Dar, Ethiopia
Essential Job Responsibilities/Percentage of Time:

Based at the HSFR/HFG Project Office in Bahir Dar, and under the supervision and direction of Regional Director, the Temporary Program Assistant provides administrative and logistical support to the Field Team for the Regions of Amhara and Benishangul-Gumuz.

Responsibilities include the following:
  • Maintain project files, including personnel files, files of project deliverables, and project reports;
  • Manage and document correspondences with the project headquarters office, Regional Health Bureaus, and other partners and stakeholders:
  • Manage telephone operations and communications;
  • Oversee the proper reporting of labor time and the timely submission of timesheets;
  • Receive and advise guests;
  • Handles petty-cash;
  • Purchase, store and distribute office supplies;
  • Ensure timely settlement of office bills:
  • Manage local procurements for office supplies and other requirements;
  • Make logistical arrangements for project events and field activities, including the support for project staff or other visitors coming from outside the region.
Skills/Knowledge Required:
  • Secondary School (minimum). Business Institute Diploma or Bachelors Degree in Administration, Management. Business, Social Science, or other relevant field (desirable);
  • 3 years of relevant professional experience in office administration;
  • Excellent knowledge and experience with Windows. Word, Excel and other data processing and graphical presentation software;
  • Ability to independently plan and execute complex tasks while addressing daily management details and remaining organized and focused on long-term deadlines and strategy highly desirable:
  • Excellent inter-personal communication skills and excellent organization skills.
 

How To Apply:

Qualified individuals interested should submit letters of interest, their non-returnable CV and relevant documents at the following address no later than Friday Dec. 15. 2017 at 5:00 PM. Late submissions will only be considered if the applicant pool is low or if they do not satisfy the requirements.
E-mail to: ganteneh@hsfreth.org
P.o.Box 2316 Bahar Dar Ethiopia
Only short listed candidates will be contacted 

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New Job Vacancy in Ethiopia : USAID/ETHIOPIA Vacancy -Program Management Specialist (PMS)/Health System Strengthening Specialist (HSS)

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia USAID/ETHIOPIA -Ethiopia

USAID - ETHIOPIA

  USAID/ETHIOPIA is accepting applications from interested individuals for the position Program Management Specialist (PMS)/Health System Strengthening Specialist (HSS).

Location of Work: USAID/US Embassy Entoto Road
Final Closing Date: December 13, 2017
Salary Range: FSN-11 (USD 22,927 to USD 41,263) per annum depending on the candidate’s earning history, qualifications and experience.
Vacancy Announcement No.: 20/17
Number of Positions: One

Basic Function of Position: The incumbent will give strategic direction, technical guidance and administrative expertise to the Health office’s Health System Strengthening (HSS) efforts and linkages to the USAID Mission as a whole, other U.S. Government (USG) agencies, the Government of Ethiopia (GOE), donors, and other Implementing Partners (IPs). The incumbent will work closely with USAID team members supporting key health systems strengthening areas with more focus on human resources for health (HRH), leadership and governance, and institutional capacity building.

Specifically, the incumbent will provide highly specialized technical and professional leadership to plan, implement, monitor, and oversee selected Health Office activities related to improved health systems. The incumbent will have responsibility for ensuring coordination of USAID-funded programs through a variety of governmental and non-governmental partners at national, district, and community levels. The role of the incumbent will include planning, designing, organizing, directing, managing and coordinating development projects and arranging for monitoring and evaluation of activities implemented by NGOs and other partner organizations through grants, cooperative agreements, and/or contracts..

Minimum Requirements: In order to qualify, the applicant must possess the following:

EDUCATION: Master’s degree in public health, human resource for health, health economics, social sciences, public policy, or other field related to international development and/or public health is required.

EXPERIENCE: Minimum of seven years of progressively responsible experience in the health field with at least five years working specifically on health systems strengthening, including issues of human resources for health, leadership and governance, institutional capacity building, and project design and management.
Experience working with health systems and/or health care reform at the national and/or local (district/community/ service facility) level is required. Experience in project design, strategic planning, project management, implementation, and evaluation of health projects with demonstrated technical expertise in health systems strengthening, particularly in a developing country context is required.
LANGUAGE: Level IV English and Amharic for reading, writing and speaking is required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES: Knowledge of challenges faced by Federal Ministry of Health and health programs in Ethiopia, and in particular, human resources for health, leadership and governance, institutional capacity building, and health systems management. A comprehensive knowledge of the concepts, principles, techniques & practices of HSS is required. Strong technical skills and demonstrated experience in providing technical support and capacity building for health systems strengthening, especially in the area of human resources for health, leadership and governance, and institutional capacity building. In-depth knowledge of state-of- the-art approaches that strengthen human resources for health and governance systems in developing countries, is required. Working knowledge of the USG programming, process, documentation and business practices is desirable.

Excellent interpersonal skills, tact and diplomacy, are required to establish and maintain a wide range of senior-level and working-level contacts with health projects in governmental, non-governmental, and private-sector circles is required. Demonstrated ability to work effectively in teams and collaborate in a multi-agency setting is required. Demonstrated leadership ability and interpersonal skills including flexibility, patience, facilitation, team building and conflict/ problem solving skills in a cross-cultural environment is required. Demonstrated success in working in complex office operations, often under pressure of short deadlines, and multiple demands is required. Demonstrated outstanding writing and speaking/presentation skills in English, and in preparing analytic briefings for key USG and other leaders/decision makers is required. Strong management and analytical skills required to strategize, develop, manage, implement and evaluate complex health systems strengthening activities is necessary.

Strong financial management and administrative skills are necessary to track the performance of implementing partners. Computer literacy, including ease and skill in using word processing programs, email, spreadsheet applications, and presentation software; and familiarity with the worldwide web.

APPLICATION & SELECTION PROCESS: All applicants must submit a completed form {Universal Application for Employment (DS-174)} along with the credential documents to USAID/Ethiopia, Human Resources Office via the email address addisusaidjobs@usaid.gov . Each applicant must fully explain his/her job-related duties and qualifications on the application form in order to provide for an accurate evaluation of his/her education, training, and experience. All applicants will be considered without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, marital status, political affiliation, age, sex, sexual orientation, physical disabilities, or membership in an employee organization. This agency provides reasonable accommodation to applicants with disabilities. If you need a reasonable accommodation for any part of the application or hiring process please notify the Agency. Applicants who are not contacted within thirty days after the final filing date are to assume that their applications were not accepted.  

How To Apply:

All applicants must submit a completed form {Universal Application for Employment (DS-174)} along with resume to USAID/Ethiopia, Human Resources Office via the email address: addisusaidjobs@usaid.gov.
For your application to be considered, the following documents must be submitted:-
Letter of Application/Cover Letter;
Completed and Signed Application for Employment Official Form DS-114 found here http://ift.tt/2j1kpIq ; Current Resume/CV;
Application must be submitted ONLY via addisusaidjobs@usaid.gov  and the email subject must say— Vacancy 20/17 Program Management Specialist (PMS)/Health System Strengthening Specialist (HSS).
Please submit the application only once; and
Late and incomplete applications will not be considered; the application must be submitted before or on 5 p.m. Ethiopian time of the vacancy closing date.
The official application, form DS-174, must be signed by the applicant, in ink, not typed, and dated prior to submission. This requires the applicant to print, sign, date, scan and attach the DS-174 form to the email mentioned above. If an a5plicant does not sign, in ink, the applicant will not be considered by USAID/Ethiopia. Please take note of this requirement and please ensure you follow these instructions

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New Job Vacancy in Ethiopia : The Born Free Foundation Vacancy - Logistics and Administration Assistance Officer

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Born Free Foundation Ethiopia -Ethiopia

The Born Free Foundation

The Born Free Foundation is an international wildlife charity working throughout the world to stop individual wild animal suffering and protect threatened species in the wild. Born Free Foundation Ethiopia (BFFE) was officially established in 2008 to support the conservation and welfare of wild animals in Ethiopia, especially by tackling illegal trade and ownership. For the implementation of this project BFFE would like to announce the following vacancies
Logistics and Admin Assistance

Job Title: Logistics and Administration assistance Officer
Key responsibility:
  • Assists the BFFE tasks, coordinating administration and logistics activities.
  • Provide assistance for BFFE field work and Ensessakotte Wildlife Rescue and Education Centre, if deemed necessary.
  • Procurements of consumables and other materials in consultation with the Finance & Administration Manager and Rescue Centre Manager.
  • Handles petty cash and effects small amount when approved.
  • Assists the Finance & Administration regarding monthly accounts, income tax, pension settlement and others.
  • Follows staff contract renewals, insurances and work permit of the expat.
  • Oversees upkeep and organization of office environment.
  • Collates and prepares expense claims for the office utilities.
  • Performs other duties as may be assigned by the supervisor.
Job Requirements
  • BA in Accounting/Management.
  • Specialized Training: Basic Computer Application, introduction to Networking and E-mail
  • 3rd Grade Driving License.
Work experience: 3 (three) years of experience in Accounts, administration and logistics support. NGO experience is highly preferable.
Duty Stations: Addis Ababa with travel to different project areas
Salary: Negotiable, depending on experience and skill of the candidate

Notice
Suitably qualified Female applicants are encouraged.
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted
Terms of appointment: These are Nationally Recruited Staff (NRS) positions, initial appointment of one year with the possibility of renewal, contingent upon individual performance and the availability of funding  

How To Apply:

All applications to be submitted online to Ayalkibet Belay < ayalkibet@bornfree.org.uk >
Finance & Administration Manager, Contact Address: 0916830967
All applicants should submit their application until Dec. 14, 2017

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New Job Vacancy in Ethiopia : Glimmer of Hope Job Vacancy - Data Management Officer

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia A Glimmer of Hope (Glimmer) -Ethiopia

A Glimmer of Hope (Glimmer) 

A Glimmer of Hope (Glimmer) is a US based charitable organization with the mission of empowering rural Ethiopian communities to end the cycle of extreme poverty. Glimmer is a nonprofit organization working to make a sustainable difference in the lives of rural Ethiopians through water, sanitation, health, education, microfinance, micro-irrigation and veterinary projects. Glimmer was founded in Austin, Texas, USA in March of 2000. The Ethiopian country office (“Glimmer Ethiopia”) was founded in Addis Ababa in April 2000. Glimmer fund the implementation of projects in Ethiopia through local NGO partners operating in four bigger regions of the country (Tigray, Amhara, Oromia and SNNPR). Since 2000, Glimmer has implemented over 10,000 projects in Ethiopia.

A Glimmer of Hope — Ethiopia Country Office would like to hire a Data Management Officer for its country office, on competitive basis. Hence, the country office hereby invites competent individuals who fit the requirement stated in the advert to apply.

JOB TITLE: Data Management Officer
DIRECTLY REPORTS TO: QC & Sustainability Director
FUNCTIONALLY REPORTS ON: None
DUTY STATION: Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Country Office — (May travel to project areas in Glimmer operational regions)

JOB SUMMARY: Reporting to the QC & Sustainability Director, the data management officer will primarily focus on developing and administering the databases for data collection, storage, retrieval, processing, uploading and reporting. The data management officer will also focus on standardization and coordination of programs data and maintain database integrity and security.

RESPONSIBILITIES & TASKS:
The two primary roles and responsibilities of the Data Management Officer will include but not be limited to the following:

Manage Glimmer’s Project Database: Glimmer’s primary database is a proprietary system called PRISM (Project Records and Information System Management), and it contains the detailed records for all of the programs and projects that Glimmer has completed since its founding, currently over 10,000 projects.
  • Primary responsibility is to manage and maintain the program and project information in PRISM:
    • Ensure that all program documentation, in draft and final form, is uploaded to PRISM, from initial launch documentation through completion.
    • Ensure all partner generated data regarding individual projects is accurate and uploaded to its appropriate place. Track and resolve all data issues with partners.
    • Manage project ID system and ensure that all Glimmer projects are identified and tracked in PRISM.
    • Check that all GPS locations of projects are correct. Track and resolve all GPS issues with partners.
    • Manage all project photos, ensuring quality and type of photos map to Glimmer standards. Track and resolve all photo issues with partners.
    • Perform all quality control to ensure that the database is 100% accurate and up to date at all times.
    • Identify and report errors in accuracy/integrity/ availability of source data to project officer and management for verification.
    • Track and resolve all issues and exceptions to policy and discuss with Headquarters regularly.
  • Primary liaison with Headquarters regarding all data and systems management. Collaborate with Headquarters on developing PRISM system enhancements, reviewing alternative database tools, and developing a long-term data management plan.
  • Document all data management and data security processes, procedures, and controls, including data standards and definitions to maintain data integrity.
  • Monitor database efficiency and search for logical design and process improvements that can be integrated into our processes.
  • Train and support Glimmer staff to access the information available in the database.
  • Develop and produce accurate and timely routine and custom reports for staff and Partner, as needed.
  • Design and implement templates for standardized data capture, and train staff and Partners on utilization of templates to improve efficiency.
Manage Glimmer’s Program Indicators Data: Glimmer collects data from multiple sources related to our programs in order to track impacts, outcomes and sustainability over time.
  • Act as primary point of contact for the capture, registration, storage, and management of all data related to the impacts of our work. This includes baseline data, monitoring and impact data
  • Track and resolve all gaps and issues in the data with our partners.
  • In close collaboration with the M&E Officer and Project Officers, analyze data to detect trends and shifts in outcomes.
  • Create reports utilizing specific data, as needed.
SPECIFICATIONS:
The minimum required academic and professional skills for the jobholder to perform successfully in their position include:
  • First degree in technical field (such as computer science, IT, engineering, Statistics, accounting, etc.) from a recognized university
  • Proven five years’ or more experience in relevant field
  • Excellent understanding of data management functions (collection, exception tracking, analysis, distribution etc.)
  • Strong analytical and organizational skills
  • Extremely detail oriented with high levels of accuracy
  • Able to work quickly, under pressure, and to deadlines
  • Proficient in all Microsoft Office products, including strong proficiency in Excel.
  • Self-driven, extremely organized and able to deliver results with minimum supervision.
  • Good team spirit
ATTITUDE AND VALUES:
  • Persuasive, encouraging and motivating with a strong customer service attitude
  • Awareness and commitment to Glimmer policies and principles
  • A belief in the potential of all people to succeed if given the right support
  • Willingness to multi-task and work on own initiative.
 

How To Apply:

Interested applicants are invited to send their application to the Finance and Administration Department until Dec. 12, 2017 via:
E-mail: addis@aglimmerofhope.org ; zena@agIimmerofhope.org
P.o.Box: 1448 code 1110
Call Tel: 251-116613489 (for any queries)
Application Package:
  • Curriculum Vitae (CV)
  • One-page summary of experience (positions held), qualification & Training;
  • Application Cover page
  • Credentials shall be availed upon request


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Vacancies in Ethiopia : Data Management Officer

Addis Ababa A Glimmer of Hope (Glimmer) - Ethiopia
A Glimmer of Hope (Glimmer) is a US based charitable organization with the mission of empowering rural Ethiopian communities to end the cycle of extreme poverty. Glimmer is a nonprofit organization working to make a sustainable difference in the lives of rural Ethiopians through water, sanitation, health, education, microfinance, micro-irrigation and veterinary projects. Glimmer was founded in Austin, Texas, USA in March of 2000. The Ethiopian country office (“Glimmer Ethiopia”) was founded in Addis Ababa in April 2000. Glimmer fund the implementation of projects in Ethiopia through local NGO partners operating in four bigger regions of the country (Tigray, Amhara, Oromia and SNNPR). Since 2000, Glimmer has implemented over 10,000 projects in Ethiopia.

A Glimmer of Hope — Ethiopia Country Office would like to hire a Data Management Officer for its country office, on competitive basis. Hence, the country office hereby invites competent individuals who fit the requirement stated in the advert to apply.

JOB TITLE: Data Management Officer
DIRECTLY REPORTS TO: QC & Sustainability Director
FUNCTIONALLY REPORTS ON: None
DUTY STATION: Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Country Office — (May travel to project areas in Glimmer operational regions)

JOB SUMMARY: Reporting to the QC & Sustainability Director, the data management officer will primarily focus on developing and administering the databases for data collection, storage, retrieval, processing, uploading and reporting. The data management officer will also focus on standardization and coordination of programs data and maintain database integrity and security.

RESPONSIBILITIES & TASKS:
The two primary roles and responsibilities of the Data Management Officer will include but not be limited to the following:

Manage Glimmer’s Project Database: Glimmer’s primary database is a proprietary system called PRISM (Project Records and Information System Management), and it contains the detailed records for all of the programs and projects that Glimmer has completed since its founding, currently over 10,000 projects.
  • Primary responsibility is to manage and maintain the program and project information in PRISM:
    • Ensure that all program documentation, in draft and final form, is uploaded to PRISM, from initial launch documentation through completion.
    • Ensure all partner generated data regarding individual projects is accurate and uploaded to its appropriate place. Track and resolve all data issues with partners.
    • Manage project ID system and ensure that all Glimmer projects are identified and tracked in PRISM.
    • Check that all GPS locations of projects are correct. Track and resolve all GPS issues with partners.
    • Manage all project photos, ensuring quality and type of photos map to Glimmer standards. Track and resolve all photo issues with partners.
    • Perform all quality control to ensure that the database is 100% accurate and up to date at all times.
    • Identify and report errors in accuracy/integrity/ availability of source data to project officer and management for verification.
    • Track and resolve all issues and exceptions to policy and discuss with Headquarters regularly.
  • Primary liaison with Headquarters regarding all data and systems management. Collaborate with Headquarters on developing PRISM system enhancements, reviewing alternative database tools, and developing a long-term data management plan.
  • Document all data management and data security processes, procedures, and controls, including data standards and definitions to maintain data integrity.
  • Monitor database efficiency and search for logical design and process improvements that can be integrated into our processes.
  • Train and support Glimmer staff to access the information available in the database.
  • Develop and produce accurate and timely routine and custom reports for staff and Partner, as needed.
  • Design and implement templates for standardized data capture, and train staff and Partners on utilization of templates to improve efficiency.
Manage Glimmer’s Program Indicators Data: Glimmer collects data from multiple sources related to our programs in order to track impacts, outcomes and sustainability over time.
  • Act as primary point of contact for the capture, registration, storage, and management of all data related to the impacts of our work. This includes baseline data, monitoring and impact data
  • Track and resolve all gaps and issues in the data with our partners.
  • In close collaboration with the M&E Officer and Project Officers, analyze data to detect trends and shifts in outcomes.
  • Create reports utilizing specific data, as needed.
SPECIFICATIONS:
The minimum required academic and professional skills for the jobholder to perform successfully in their position include:
  • First degree in technical field (such as computer science, IT, engineering, Statistics, accounting, etc.) from a recognized university
  • Proven five years’ or more experience in relevant field
  • Excellent understanding of data management functions (collection, exception tracking, analysis, distribution etc.)
  • Strong analytical and organizational skills
  • Extremely detail oriented with high levels of accuracy
  • Able to work quickly, under pressure, and to deadlines
  • Proficient in all Microsoft Office products, including strong proficiency in Excel.
  • Self-driven, extremely organized and able to deliver results with minimum supervision.
  • Good team spirit
ATTITUDE AND VALUES:
  • Persuasive, encouraging and motivating with a strong customer service attitude
  • Awareness and commitment to Glimmer policies and principles
  • A belief in the potential of all people to succeed if given the right support
  • Willingness to multi-task and work on own initiative.
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New Job Vacancy in Ethiopia : Catholic Relief Services Job Vacancy - Finance Manager

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Catholic Relief Services (CRS) Ethiopia

Catholic Relief Services

Catholic Relief Services carries out the commitment of the Bishops of the United States to assist the poor and vulnerable overseas. Our Catholic identity is at the heart of our mission and operations. We welcome as a part of our staff and as partner’s people of all faiths and secular traditions who share our values and our commitment to serving those in need.

In Ethiopia, CRS has a long and rich history of providing emergency relief and development assistance to the people of Ethiopia since 1958. At present, CRS/ Ethiopia implements multiple projects through different partner organizations. CRS/Ethiopia has a highly diverse portfolio ranging from very large food-supported emergency response to cutting edge development programs. The current CRS/ Ethiopia budget stands at $100 million with funding from the U.S. Government, UN agencies, private foundations, individual donors, and CRS private funds.

CRS strictly adheres to its Policy on Protection of Children and Vulnerable Adults among its staff, consultants, volunteers, and affiliates. CRS is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer: women, minorities and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

CRS/Ethiopia invites you, the qualified candidate, to apply for the following position for our partner Meki Catholic Secretariat (MCS);

Position Title: Finance Manager
Duty Station: Meki Catholic Secretariat, Meki — East Showa Zone
Employment term: Definite Term — Two years contract
Reports to: Diocesan Director
Application Deadline: December 15, 2017

Purpose of the Position
The Finance Manager has management responsibility for the finance and accounting functions and s/he is responsible for establishing. operating, monitoring and periodically summarizing the extent of financial operations and performance of the organization; authorizes payments as per the limit of authority, verifies and approves vouchers, prepares monthly, quarterly and annual consolidated financial statements or reports for all ECC-SDCOM financial activities. In addition, S/ he is responsible to ensure that the transactions are recorded in the general ledger in the month the expenses are incurred and the general ledger reconciliation is conducted on a monthly basis and it’s accurate.

Minimum requirement
Qualifications and Work Experience:
  • Master Degree in accounting or Finance
  • At least 5 years of relevant experience as a Finance Manager is required Accounting and financial management duties for international agencies
  • Strong computer skills, particularly Excel, Word and Access.
  • Knowledge NGO accounting, and budgeting policies, procedures and standards preferred.
  • Experience with accounting systems preferred
  • Fluency in written and spoken English; excellent written and oral communication skills.
  • Knowledge of USG Financial Management regulations preferred
  • Proven ability to provide support, guidance and training to finance and non- finance managers and experts.
Competencies /Knowledge, Ability and Skill:
  • Demonstrated strengths in financial management with a strong client service focus; able to work with diverse groups of people and team oriented environment
  • Skilled in obtaining information necessary to accomplish duties
  • Able to prioritize work, multi-task and meet deadlines
  • Problem analysis and problem resolution at functional level
  • Strong customer orientation
  • Able to express technical ideas and concerns in a non-technical environment
  • Able to work independently
Please visit www.ethiojobs.net  for the detailed duties and responsibilities of this position  

How To Apply:

You should send ONLY your application letter and up-to-date CV via email address: ET_Job_Applications@global.crs.org  on / before the application deadline December 15. 2017. Please write the Position Title you are applying for in the subject line of your email, and in your application letter.
Applications should be submitted by December 15, 2017up to 5:00 PM, late submission will not be accepted. You will be contacted only if selected for written exam/interview. Phone solicitations will not be accepted. These job opportunities are open to Ethiopian nationals only
Qualified women are highly encouraged to apply

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Vacancies in Ethiopia : Logistics and Administration Assistance Officer

Addis Ababa Free Foundation Ethiopia (BFFE)
The Born Free Foundation is an international wildlife charity working throughout the world to stop individual wild animal suffering and protect threatened species in the wild. Born Free Foundation Ethiopia (BFFE) was officially established in 2008 to support the conservation and welfare of wild animals in Ethiopia, especially by tackling illegal trade and ownership. For the implementation of this project BFFE would like to announce the following vacancies
Logistics and Admin Assistance

Job Title: Logistics and Administration assistance Officer
Key responsibility:
  • Assists the BFFE tasks, coordinating administration and logistics activities.
  • Provide assistance for BFFE field work and Ensessakotte Wildlife Rescue and Education Centre, if deemed necessary.
  • Procurements of consumables and other materials in consultation with the Finance & Administration Manager and Rescue Centre Manager.
  • Handles petty cash and effects small amount when approved.
  • Assists the Finance & Administration regarding monthly accounts, income tax, pension settlement and others.
  • Follows staff contract renewals, insurances and work permit of the expat.
  • Oversees upkeep and organization of office environment.
  • Collates and prepares expense claims for the office utilities.
  • Performs other duties as may be assigned by the supervisor.
Job Requirements
  • BA in Accounting/Management.
  • Specialized Training: Basic Computer Application, introduction to Networking and E-mail
  • 3rd Grade Driving License.
Work experience: 3 (three) years of experience in Accounts, administration and logistics support. NGO experience is highly preferable.
Duty Stations: Addis Ababa with travel to different project areas
Salary: Negotiable, depending on experience and skill of the candidate

Notice
Suitably qualified Female applicants are encouraged.
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted
Terms of appointment: These are Nationally Recruited Staff (NRS) positions, initial appointment of one year with the possibility of renewal, contingent upon individual performance and the availability of funding
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Vacancies in Ethiopia : Program Management Specialist (PMS)/Health System Strengthening Specialist (HSS)

Addis Ababa USAID Ethiopia
USAID/ETHIOPIA is accepting applications from interested individuals for the position Program Management Specialist (PMS)/Health System Strengthening Specialist (HSS).

Location of Work: USAID/US Embassy Entoto Road
Final Closing Date: December 13, 2017
Salary Range: FSN-11 (USD 22,927 to USD 41,263) per annum depending on the candidate’s earning history, qualifications and experience.
Vacancy Announcement No.: 20/17
Number of Positions: One

Basic Function of Position: The incumbent will give strategic direction, technical guidance and administrative expertise to the Health office’s Health System Strengthening (HSS) efforts and linkages to the USAID Mission as a whole, other U.S. Government (USG) agencies, the Government of Ethiopia (GOE), donors, and other Implementing Partners (IPs). The incumbent will work closely with USAID team members supporting key health systems strengthening areas with more focus on human resources for health (HRH), leadership and governance, and institutional capacity building.

Specifically, the incumbent will provide highly specialized technical and professional leadership to plan, implement, monitor, and oversee selected Health Office activities related to improved health systems. The incumbent will have responsibility for ensuring coordination of USAID-funded programs through a variety of governmental and non-governmental partners at national, district, and community levels. The role of the incumbent will include planning, designing, organizing, directing, managing and coordinating development projects and arranging for monitoring and evaluation of activities implemented by NGOs and other partner organizations through grants, cooperative agreements, and/or contracts..

Minimum Requirements: In order to qualify, the applicant must possess the following:

EDUCATION: Master’s degree in public health, human resource for health, health economics, social sciences, public policy, or other field related to international development and/or public health is required.

EXPERIENCE: Minimum of seven years of progressively responsible experience in the health field with at least five years working specifically on health systems strengthening, including issues of human resources for health, leadership and governance, institutional capacity building, and project design and management.
Experience working with health systems and/or health care reform at the national and/or local (district/community/ service facility) level is required. Experience in project design, strategic planning, project management, implementation, and evaluation of health projects with demonstrated technical expertise in health systems strengthening, particularly in a developing country context is required.
LANGUAGE: Level IV English and Amharic for reading, writing and speaking is required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES: Knowledge of challenges faced by Federal Ministry of Health and health programs in Ethiopia, and in particular, human resources for health, leadership and governance, institutional capacity building, and health systems management. A comprehensive knowledge of the concepts, principles, techniques & practices of HSS is required. Strong technical skills and demonstrated experience in providing technical support and capacity building for health systems strengthening, especially in the area of human resources for health, leadership and governance, and institutional capacity building. In-depth knowledge of state-of- the-art approaches that strengthen human resources for health and governance systems in developing countries, is required. Working knowledge of the USG programming, process, documentation and business practices is desirable.

Excellent interpersonal skills, tact and diplomacy, are required to establish and maintain a wide range of senior-level and working-level contacts with health projects in governmental, non-governmental, and private-sector circles is required. Demonstrated ability to work effectively in teams and collaborate in a multi-agency setting is required. Demonstrated leadership ability and interpersonal skills including flexibility, patience, facilitation, team building and conflict/ problem solving skills in a cross-cultural environment is required. Demonstrated success in working in complex office operations, often under pressure of short deadlines, and multiple demands is required. Demonstrated outstanding writing and speaking/presentation skills in English, and in preparing analytic briefings for key USG and other leaders/decision makers is required. Strong management and analytical skills required to strategize, develop, manage, implement and evaluate complex health systems strengthening activities is necessary.

Strong financial management and administrative skills are necessary to track the performance of implementing partners. Computer literacy, including ease and skill in using word processing programs, email, spreadsheet applications, and presentation software; and familiarity with the worldwide web.

APPLICATION & SELECTION PROCESS: All applicants must submit a completed form {Universal Application for Employment (DS-174)} along with the credential documents to USAID/Ethiopia, Human Resources Office via the email address addisusaidjobs@usaid.gov . Each applicant must fully explain his/her job-related duties and qualifications on the application form in order to provide for an accurate evaluation of his/her education, training, and experience. All applicants will be considered without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, marital status, political affiliation, age, sex, sexual orientation, physical disabilities, or membership in an employee organization. This agency provides reasonable accommodation to applicants with disabilities. If you need a reasonable accommodation for any part of the application or hiring process please notify the Agency. Applicants who are not contacted within thirty days after the final filing date are to assume that their applications were not accepted.
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Vacancies in Ethiopia : Temporary Program Assistant

Bahir Dar Health Sector Financing Reform (HSFR) Project
The USAID-funded HSFR/HFG Project works to reform the health sector financing systems and implement health insurance schemes at the national, regional, woreda, and health facility levels in Ethiopia. The HSFR/HFG Project seeks to recruit for the following position:

Job Title: Temporary Program Assistant (Maternity Leave Replacement)
Number of Position: 1 (One)
Location: Bahir Dar, Ethiopia
Essential Job Responsibilities/Percentage of Time:

Based at the HSFR/HFG Project Office in Bahir Dar, and under the supervision and direction of Regional Director, the Temporary Program Assistant provides administrative and logistical support to the Field Team for the Regions of Amhara and Benishangul-Gumuz.

Responsibilities include the following:
  • Maintain project files, including personnel files, files of project deliverables, and project reports;
  • Manage and document correspondences with the project headquarters office, Regional Health Bureaus, and other partners and stakeholders:
  • Manage telephone operations and communications;
  • Oversee the proper reporting of labor time and the timely submission of timesheets;
  • Receive and advise guests;
  • Handles petty-cash;
  • Purchase, store and distribute office supplies;
  • Ensure timely settlement of office bills:
  • Manage local procurements for office supplies and other requirements;
  • Make logistical arrangements for project events and field activities, including the support for project staff or other visitors coming from outside the region.
Skills/Knowledge Required:
  • Secondary School (minimum). Business Institute Diploma or Bachelors Degree in Administration, Management. Business, Social Science, or other relevant field (desirable);
  • 3 years of relevant professional experience in office administration;
  • Excellent knowledge and experience with Windows. Word, Excel and other data processing and graphical presentation software;
  • Ability to independently plan and execute complex tasks while addressing daily management details and remaining organized and focused on long-term deadlines and strategy highly desirable:
  • Excellent inter-personal communication skills and excellent organization skills.
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Meki Catholic Relief Services/Ethiopia (CRS/Ethiopia)
Catholic Relief Services carries out the commitment of the Bishops of the United States to assist the poor and vulnerable overseas. Our Catholic identity is at the heart of our mission and operations. We welcome as a part of our staff and as partner’s people of all faiths and secular traditions who share our values and our commitment to serving those in need.

In Ethiopia, CRS has a long and rich history of providing emergency relief and development assistance to the people of Ethiopia since 1958. At present, CRS/ Ethiopia implements multiple projects through different partner organizations. CRS/Ethiopia has a highly diverse portfolio ranging from very large food-supported emergency response to cutting edge development programs. The current CRS/ Ethiopia budget stands at $100 million with funding from the U.S. Government, UN agencies, private foundations, individual donors, and CRS private funds.

CRS strictly adheres to its Policy on Protection of Children and Vulnerable Adults among its staff, consultants, volunteers, and affiliates. CRS is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer: women, minorities and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

CRS/Ethiopia invites you, the qualified candidate, to apply for the following position for our partner Meki Catholic Secretariat (MCS);

Position Title: Finance Manager
Duty Station: Meki Catholic Secretariat, Meki — East Showa Zone
Employment term: Definite Term — Two years contract
Reports to: Diocesan Director
Application Deadline: December 15, 2017

Purpose of the Position
The Finance Manager has management responsibility for the finance and accounting functions and s/he is responsible for establishing. operating, monitoring and periodically summarizing the extent of financial operations and performance of the organization; authorizes payments as per the limit of authority, verifies and approves vouchers, prepares monthly, quarterly and annual consolidated financial statements or reports for all ECC-SDCOM financial activities. In addition, S/ he is responsible to ensure that the transactions are recorded in the general ledger in the month the expenses are incurred and the general ledger reconciliation is conducted on a monthly basis and it’s accurate.

Minimum requirement
Qualifications and Work Experience:
  • Master Degree in accounting or Finance
  • At least 5 years of relevant experience as a Finance Manager is required Accounting and financial management duties for international agencies
  • Strong computer skills, particularly Excel, Word and Access.
  • Knowledge NGO accounting, and budgeting policies, procedures and standards preferred.
  • Experience with accounting systems preferred
  • Fluency in written and spoken English; excellent written and oral communication skills.
  • Knowledge of USG Financial Management regulations preferred
  • Proven ability to provide support, guidance and training to finance and non- finance managers and experts.
Competencies /Knowledge, Ability and Skill:
  • Demonstrated strengths in financial management with a strong client service focus; able to work with diverse groups of people and team oriented environment
  • Skilled in obtaining information necessary to accomplish duties
  • Able to prioritize work, multi-task and meet deadlines
  • Problem analysis and problem resolution at functional level
  • Strong customer orientation
  • Able to express technical ideas and concerns in a non-technical environment
  • Able to work independently
Please visit www.ethiojobs.net  for the detailed duties and responsibilities of this position
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New Job Vacancy in Ethiopia : ECX Job Vacancy -Specialist, Network Administrator

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Ethiopia Commodity Exchange (ECX) -Ethiopia

VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT No. 033/2017

(Internal/External)

The vision of ECX is to become a leading and dynamic Exchange in Africa. ECX has a mission to provide a modern, efficient, transparent and reliable market platform to serve the national development goals through adaptation of technology, excellence in innovation and with integrity. ECX is a unique partnership of market actors, Members of the Exchange, and its main promoter, the Government of Ethiopia. ECX represents the future of Ethiopia, bringing integrity, security, and efficiency to the market. ECX would like to recruit motivated and qualified applicants for the following positions.

 Position Title: - Specialist, Network  Administrator

 

 Duty Station: - Addis Ababa

Availability: -   As soon as Possible

Job Purpose:-Provide tier III technical support for overall network Infrastructure which encompasses LANs, WLANs, WANs in Head Quarter (HQ), Disaster Recovery (DR) site, HQ Trading Center and Regional Trading Centers.

DUTIES &RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Ensure the  ECX HQ Trading floor  network is properly functioning  , secured and Highly available
  • Ensure the ECX HQ LAN is properly functioning, secured and Highly available
  • Ensure all the Internet and data  links are properly functioning and are secured
  • Ensure the ECX’s primary data center network is properly working, optimized ,Highly available and secured
  • Ensure ECX’s Disaster recovery (DR) site network infrastructure is properly working, optimized ,highly available and secured
  • Ensure ECX Wireless network is properly functioning  and are secured
  • Ensure all published services such as corporate email, Trade application, WEB and others are accessed  and secure
  • Ensure the ECX-Bank interface MPLS VPN network is  properly functioning ,optimized, highly available and secured
  • Ensure the ECX HQ - All Branches’ WAN is properly functioning ,Highly available and secured
  • Ensure the ECX-Authority WAN is properly functioning and secured.
  • Ensure that The Regional Trading Centers LAN is working properly,
  • Ensure that HQ-Regional Trading Centers WAN,VPN is properly functioning optimized, highly available  and secured
  • Ensure the proper functioning of the ECX Network infrastructure at all time on working and non-working hours, locally.
  • Ensure the health of all ECX’s Network infrastructure devices through local and remote monitoring or the Network operation center
  • Develop an efficient network infrastructure 
  • Participate on  Network Infrastructure projects from initiation to full implementation as assigned by the immediate supervisor ;
  • Update ECX’s Network infrastructure architecture and ensure complete integration;
  • Participate in system/project testing, rollout and certification with other IT unit;
  • Work as part of a team providing 3rd line support for incidents and requests on IT Infrastructure issues, either directly or indirectly;
  • Regular backup and restore process; monitors device/software licensing and usage;
  • Work with business users to elicit business requirements;
  • Serve as mentor and coach to Associates, Network Administrators.
  • Participate in technical bid evaluations for IT procurements;
  • Proactively communicate progress, issues and risks on team’s tasks;
  • Stay abreast of ECX business and its operations;
  • Design and periodically update the network infrastructure  manuals;
  • Ensure implementation of the work plan.
  • Proactively communicate progress, issues and risks  on assigned tasks;
  • Plan weekly/monthly network infrastructure  operation and maintenance activities;
  • Perform other related tasks as assigned by the immediate supervisor.
Job Requirements:  
  • MSc/BSc in Computer Science/Electrical/Electronics/Information Systems or related fields.
  • International Certification on structured Cabling, CCNA, CCNP (Routing and Switching), CCNA-Security and CCDA.
  • Training or certification on MCSE/MCTIP, Unix/Linux and other related will be a plus.
  • 4 /2 years of relevant experience respectively.

 

How To Apply:  

All interested and qualified applicants may send a cover letter, updated CV, and Credentials via: jobs@ecx.com.et or on www.etcareers.com, or in hard copy by post with position marked on the envelope: Ethiopia Commodity Exchange, P.O. Box 17341, Addis Ababa on or before December 14, 2017.

PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU STATE THE POSITION & LOCATION YOU ARE APPLYING FOR ON THE SUBJECT OF YOUR EMAIL.

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ECX is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from suitably qualified female candidates. Only short listed applicants will be contacted



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New Job Vacancy in Ethiopia : ECX Job Vacancy : Associate, Finance & Administration

Dire Dawa, Ethiopia Ethiopia Commodity Exchange (ECX) -Ethiopia
VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT No. 033/2017

(Internal/External)

The vision of ECX is to become a leading and dynamic Exchange in Africa. ECX has a mission to provide a modern, efficient, transparent and reliable market platform to serve the national development goals through adaptation of technology, excellence in innovation and with integrity. ECX is a unique partnership of market actors, Members of the Exchange, and its main promoter, the Government of Ethiopia. ECX represents the future of Ethiopia, bringing integrity, security, and efficiency to the market. ECX would like to recruit motivated and qualified applicants for the following positions.

 

 Position Title: - Associate, Finance & Administration

 Duty Station: - Dire Dawa

Availability: - As soon as possible

Job Purpose: - provide efficient support finance, human and general service and property administration functions at branch level with a view of ensuring the smooth and cost-effective delivery of the site’s operations. She/he delivers required services   in compliance with ECX’s administration, finance and HR strategies, policies, procedures and guidelines as well as that applicable Ethiopian law are regulations.  He/she also liaises and closely works with Head Quarter Finance and HR division.

DUTIES &RESPONSIBILITIES

Job Responsibility #1:  Financial Administration:

  •  Liaises with the Head Quarter Finance Division in areas of cash management, procurement and general services;
  • Serves as a custodian of the authorized petty cash of the branch and ensure proper utilization as per the finance manual ;
  • Prepares cash reconciliation spread sheet for the branch and performs reconciliation of same;
  • Ensure that all petty cash payments are properly documented all the time;
  • Makes ready physical cash and related documents for surprise and/or regular audit;
  • Participates in the small items procurement process of the branch as allowed by the Exchange’s procurement procedure;
  • Ensures timely transfer of funds to the warehouse & controls the proper utilization of the same;
  • Ensures collections are properly recorded and deposited to the ECX’s account;
  • Intact follow up of Contract entered for the Warehouse and Office rent.
  • He/she must make follow up and ensure that every request for rent payment is not a duplicate request.
  • Assist in closing accounts related activities such as carrying out annual fixed asset count;
  • Perform all his/her duties and responsibilities in cost effective manner;

 Job Responsibility #2:  Personnel Administration:

  • Supports in posting internal/external announcements at required areas, employee recruitment, induction, performance monitoring, and learning & development management and internship programs and processes;
  • Follow up that human resources related activities of the branch are made in accordance with the ECX’s policies and procedures; personnel policies, rules and regulations kept intact; and reports any disciplinary violations, makes assessments and compiles reports thereto;
  • Support in handling employee grievances, disciplinary issues and other administrative problems according to ECX’s policies and procedures in consultation with the branch head;
  • Ensures that all HR related data, including time sheet, are compiled, updated and sent to HR;  effective and updated employee staff file management is maintained at branch level particularly in relation to Annual Leave and medical refund issues, correspondence, memos, and information and do give appropriate response timely;
  • Handles  employee contract renewal and related HR processes, and ensures that contract of employees is renewed or discontinued timely;
  • Follow ups that staff performance plans, mid-year reviews and annual appraisal are conducted on time for all staff of the  warehouse;
  • Works in collaboration with the other warehouse heads as required;

 Job Responsibility #3: Materials and Vehicle Administration:

  •  Manages the petty stock of consumables for the branch;
  • Prepares and updates procurement schedules for materials and services requested by the warehouse;
  • Places procurement orders, follows shipment, forwarding and clearance;
  • Collect and receive all supplies sent to the warehouse, ensure proper utilization and prepare consumption reports,
  • Pursue timely vehicle repair and maintenance and maintain regular reports on fuel, spare part consumption and related expenses;
  • Maintain appropriate records of materials, vehicle and other fixed assets;
  • Perform any additional duties as per the Finance or HR request or as assigned by the branch Head. 
Job Requirements:  
  • BA in Accounting, Management, Business Administration, HRM, Office Management or related fields.
  • 2 or more years of experience in finance and accounting, HR admin and general service related job.
How To Apply:  

All interested and qualified applicants may send a cover letter, updated CV, and Credentials via: jobs@ecx.com.et or on www.etcareers.com, or in hard copy by post with position marked on the envelope: Ethiopia Commodity Exchange, P.O. Box 17341, Addis Ababa on or before December 14, 2017.

PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU STATE THE POSITION & LOCATION YOU ARE APPLYING FOR ON THE SUBJECT OF YOUR EMAIL.

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ECX is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from suitably qualified female candidates. Only short listed applicants will be contacted



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