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Bahir Dar, Amhara, Ethiopia PATH Ethiopia

Child Health Technical Advisor

Tracking Code 8479 Job Description

 

 

PATH is an international organization that drives transformative innovation to save lives and improve health, especially among women and children. We accelerate innovation across five platforms—vaccines, drugs, diagnostics, devices, and system and service innovations—that harness our entrepreneurial insight, scientific and public health expertise, and passion for health equity. By mobilizing partners around the world, we take innovation to scale, working alongside countries primarily in Africa and Asia to tackle their greatest health needs. Together, we deliver measurable results that disrupt the cycle of poor health.

 

 

We seek  to recruit a Child Health Technical Advisor (TA) who will provide overall TA in area of newborn and child health to Amhara regional health bureau.  S/he will serve as a TA in ensuring optimal uptake of the integrated community case management and community based newborn care services at the regional level.This position is based in  Amhara region.This  position will be on one year contract.

 

Specific duties and responsibilities:

 

1. Provide technical and operational guidance to the region in scaling-up key demand creation interventions on MNCH;

• Support the region in scaling-up the health post open house event and the biannual community forum to ensure community needs are addressed/considered.
• Work closely with the region to ensure HDAs are maximally utilized to mobilize the community and enhance their involvement in demand creation with special focus on early pregnancy identification and link to health facilities for ANC, skilled birth attendance, PNC and referral of sick newborns and children.
• Support the region in scaling-up multi-sectoral approach and community based institutions engagement for positive health practices and to enhance their participation in MNH service.
• Support social mobilization through different media including mass media.

2. Strengthen systems, processes and program that contribute to improve maternal, neonatal and child health in the region.
3. Effectively communicate, network and collaborate with health partners and other stakeholders working on MNCH to ensure renewed attention and sustained commitment for MNCH issues.
4. Regularly monitor, evaluate and report progress on newborn and child health (continuum of care such as ANC, skilled delivery, PNC and new-born and child health care) with timely action to support poorly performing woredas/zones;

• Support and ensure review meetings happen in a timely manner, efficiently and in compliance with the established guidelines and procedures.
• Support field visits and supervision, ensuring child health demand generation is given due attention.

5. Conduct effective knowledge management through documentation and dissemination of best practices, innovations, lessons learned, and implementation of appropriate capacity building activities through trainings, coaching, and working with relevant staff in the bureau.

 

 

 

Required Experience

 

 

  • Health professional (BSc. Nurse or health officer). Master’s in public health or any other related will be an added advantage.
  • A minimum of 5 years of experience in MNCH programs, experience of working in the RHBs will be an added advantage
  • Proven experience of providing targeted technical assistance in system strengthening and MNCH to government stakeholders.
  • Well versant with high impact interventions in MNCH and ToT certified in IMNCI.
  • Very good communication and networking skills.
  • Experience working with civil society organizations and/or government agencies.
  • Fluency in English and the local language (Amharic) is required.
  • Ability and willingness to travel.


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NGO Jobs in Ethiopia : Ethiopia: Labour Market Analysis in the Ethiopia and Sudan Migration Corridor for the Project : Free Movement of Persons and Transhumance in the IGAD Region: Im

Organization: International Labour Organization
Country: Ethiopia
Closing date: 29 Dec 2017

Background

With a total population of 221 million and a surface area of 5.2 million square kilometres, the eight states [the IGAD region is comprised of Djibouti, Eritrea (membership suspended), Ethiopia, Kenya, Somalia, South Sudan, Sudan and Uganda.] make up the Inter-Governmental Authority on Development (IGAD). The IGAD region is endowed with vast amounts of arable land, natural resources, including substantial oil and gas reserves, as well as alternative energy resources. In spite of these, for many years, the region has been affected by a combination of protracted conflicts, political instability, environmental degradation and food insecurity which lead to poverty and underdevelopment of the region.

The IGAD region is characterized by migratory movements driven by multiple political, economic, and environmental factors, making it difficult to establish clear lines between categories of migrants, refugees and forcibly displaced populations [ILO (2016) "The access of refugees and other forcibly displaced persons to the labour market", Background paper and draft ILO guiding principles for discussion at the ILO tripartite technical meeting on the access of refugees and other forcibly displaced persons to the labour market. (Geneva, 5–7 July 2016) International Labour Office, Geneva.]. The region generates more refugee movements than any other area in the world; at the same time, high levels of cross border trade and temporary flows across borders are indicative of the socio-economic interdependence of these areas. The countries in the region are also simultaneously origin, transit and destination for migrants and refugees, who are increasingly using the same routes. While data on labour migration is scarce, the majority of migratory movements are within the IGAD region or to neighbouring regions. These flows are based in part on historical and cultural ties, as well as current global dynamics of supply and demand for workers.

Cognizant of these, IGAD and its member states have taken steps to properly manage and address the issue of migration in the region. To this end, among other things, IGAD and its member states have developed and adopted comprehensive migration policy framework, IGAD regional Migration Policy Framework, in 2012 and further developed Migration Action plan (MAP). Both the IGAD Regional Migration Policy Framework and the MAP have identified facilitation labour mobility, transhumance and free movement of persons including the possibility for establishment and residence as there strategic priority.

IGAD member states have also made commitments for achieving greater regional integration among member States, which is expected to bring about the expansion of trade, economics of scale and greater foreign direct investment, all contributing to accelerated economic growth. In 2013, the Summit of the IGAD Heads of State and Government adopted a Minimum Integration Plan to serve as a road map for regional integration, in which the free movement of persons is a key pillar. To this end, IGAD member states have entered into substantive discussions and consultations on draft free movement protocol.

In order to support IGAD and its member states towards free movement of persons and transhumance in the region, the ILO is implementing a three years technical cooperation project titled “Free Movement of Persons and Transhumance in the IGAD Region: Improving Opportunities for Regular Labour Mobility”. The project is being implemented in collaboration with the IGAD and its member states with the financial support of the European Union. The overall objective of the project is to improve opportunities for regulated labour mobility and decent work within the IGAD member states through the development of models of intervention, in the broader context of free movement of persons and labour mobility in the region. In the long-term, the project is expected to extend decent work opportunities to current and potential migrants within the region, as well as contribute to regional integration, strengthen the links between economic growth, climate change and job creation, and enhance the social and economic integration of migrants.

The project has two major components: knowledge-building and operational implementation. The knowledge-building component seeks to deepen understanding of migration and labour market dynamics in the region, including the constraints and opportunities for employment creation and causes of skills shortages. The operational component aims to pilot interventions in the Ethiopia-Sudan migration corridor and enhance employment and decent work opportunities across the Ethiopia – Sudan migration corridor.

As part of the knowledge generation component of the project, the ILO wants to recruit the service of a qualified consultant, individual or firm, who can undertake labour market analysis to understand the overall economic, labour, employment and migration dynamics in Ethiopia and Sudan in general and migration prone areas, both as a source, transit and destination along the Ethiopia – Sudan migration corridor. Therefore, the assessment is expected to provide national outlook as well as a regional outlook with a particular focus on migration prone cities, town, and districts which are either a source, transit or destination for migrants along the Ethiopia – Sudan migration route. Specific locations of interventions will be to be decided during the inception phase of the assessment through literature review and further consultation with IGAD and responsible government counter parts in Ethiopia and Sudan.

Objective

The overall objective of the assignment is to provide a comprehensive understanding of the economic, employment, labour and migration dynamics in Ethiopia and Sudan and further explore casual chains, identify opportunities, challenges and recommend possible strategies for improving productive employment in Ethiopia and Sudan migration corridor. To this end, the study is expected to critically analyse the demand and supply side of the labour market as well as intermediaries and institutional and policy frameworks governing labour, labour mobility and employment in the two countries. More precisely, the labour market analysis, among other things, is expected to:

  • Examine and analyse the supply side / human resource base/ of both Ethiopia and Sudan by taking into account the growth of the labour force and its characteristics. To mention a few, the analysis should take into account demographic trends, education and health attainments, poverty levels and employment conditions such as income, employability, formal vs informal employment, underemployment, unemployment, sector composition/ segregation, productivity, working poor and so on both for nationals and migrants;

  • Examine and analyse the demand side focusing on rate and quality of economic growth from an employment perspective. To this end, the study should explore current and potential demand for skills in national and regional economies and further identify sectors for potential growth and employment creation in Ethiopia and Sudan and along the migration corridor between the two countries, taking into account climate monitoring and predictions and the potential for green growth;

  • Examine equity aspects of the demand and supply side of the labour market described above. In this regards, the assessment needs to critically review macroeconomic policy frameworks, development plans, national adaptation plans (NAPAs), institutional arrangements and factors that facilitate or hinder employment creation, labour mobility and enhancing equality and inclusiveness of important aspects labour market particularly access to education, health, capital/finance, land and employment conditions for nationals and migrants;

  • Identify potentials, opportunities, challenges and threats for enhancing productive employment at national level and improving regular labour mobility and economic integration in the Ethiopia – Sudan migration corridor;

  • Provide a comprehensive analysis of existing employment services systems, process, capacity needs and their efficiency and effectiveness in supporting employment promotion and labour mobility skills anticipation, skills matching and provision of other public employment services;

  • Provide strategic recommendations to improve productive and decent employment opportunities for nationals and migrants in both countries within the framework of the IGAD regional migration policy framework and draft free movement protocol.

Methodology

The labour market assessment should use both primary and secondary sources. As primary sources of data, among other things, the consultant needs to use both quantitative and qualitative data collection and analysis tools which may include

  • Survey: the consultant should envisage to conduct a reasonable sample size of field surveys (couple of hundreds) that could provide a nuanced picture about the labour market dynamics using ILO’s standard questioner which could be adopted to the local context;

  • Focus group discussions: the consultant should also conduct focus groups discussions with various stakeholders and potential beneficiaries of the project in order to get qualitative information and triangulate facts and figures

  • The consult also needs to conduct Key informant interviews with government officials, academicians and representatives of think thanks, employers and workers in Ethiopia and Sudan.

As a secondary source of data the consultant is also expected to conduct, among others,

  • Desk review: the consultant is expected review existing literature in the area of employment creation, migration, food security, mobility, climate change and others.

  • In addition, the consultant is also expected to review existing data sources, national statistics and make analysis/ tabulation of important indicators on labour, employment, climate and migration in Ethiopia and Sudan.

The consultant will be responsible for developing appropriate data collection tools and gathering reliable data in both countries to meet the objectives of the study. The consultant could also include other methodologies and tools to enhance the quality of the report in consultation with ILO. At the end, the consultant is expected to write analytical report which will be validated and endorsed in a tripartite plus regional workshop to the satisfaction of the ILO.

Deliverables/outputs

  • Inception Report: the consultant is expected to produce an inception report explaining his/her understanding of the ToR, detailed methodology and research tools, draft outline of the report and key resources/materials and data sources to be examined in the assessment;

  • First Draft Report: the consultant will submit the first draft to the ILO for comments and inputs. The ILO will share the first draft to key stakeholders and partners for their inputs and consolidate the same;

  • Second Draft Report: the consultant shall incorporate initial comments from ILO and major partners and submit the second draft;

  • Presentation: once the second draft is up to the standard and expectation of the ILO, the consultant will present the second draft in a regional tripartite (plus) validation workshop;

  • Final Report: the consultant shall incorporate the comments from the validation workshop and submit the final report one week after the validation workshop.

Minimum Qualifications

  • The lead researcher / team leader is to have a post graduate degree in Business related disciplines, Development Studies or Economics, with a minimum of ten (10) years of demonstrated experience in conducting and managing multi country research particularly in the field of labour, employment and market assessments, or socio economic assessments;

  • Have extensive theoretical and practical experience on labour market assessment and employment diagnostics methodologies and tools;

  • Experience in working with UN agencies, multi-lateral, local and international organizations, government departments, and humanitarian/development actors in the field of employment and migration as well as exposure to work on climate change impacts and/or natural disasters would be an added asset.

  • Good drafting skills, ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing, and ability to clarify information; good computer application skills; good organizational skills; as well as ability to deal with people with tact and diplomacy.

  • Have a thorough knowledge and understanding about the socio economic conditions and migration dynamics in the horn of Africa in general and Ethiopia and Sudan in particular;

  • Have the competency and experience in working with and for people of different cultural backgrounds and nationalities.

  • Have excellent academic and research qualifications.

Ownership and Disclosure of Data/Information

All documents, project data and information obtained in connection with this assignment shall be treated confidential and shall not without the written approval of ILO be made available to any third party. All the documents provided by ILO, both soft and hard copies are to be returned to ILO upon completion of the assignment. All documentation and reports written as, and as a result of this assignment or otherwise related to it shall remain the property of ILO. No part of the report shall be reproduced except with the prior, expressed and specific written permission of ILO.


How to apply:

Interested applicants should submit their technical and financial proposal as well as other supporting documents via email to Amare Negash at negasha@ilo.org.


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New Job Vacancy in Ethiopia : ILRI Jobs in Ethiopia : Seed Source Officer

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) Ethiopia

The Position: The World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF) seeks to recruit a Seed Source Officer who will be handling the planning, establishment, management, assessment and documentation of tree seed orchards and vegetative material mother blocks.

General: The World Agroforestry Centre (also known as the International Centre for Research in Agroforestry-ICRAF) is an independent research institution which generates science-based knowledge about the complex role trees play in agricultural landscapes and rural livelihoods. As part of the Centre’s work to bring tree-based solutions to bear on poverty and environmental problems, researchers – working in close collaboration with partners – are developing new technologies, tools and policy recommendations for increased food security and ecosystem health. The Centre’s headquarters are located in Nairobi, Kenya, and research is conducted in more than 30 countries in Africa, Asia and Latin America. We are supported by the Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR) and receive funding from over 50 different donors. To learn more about our organization, please visit our website: http://ift.tt/HkP0Zc.

Key Responsibilities:

  • The Seed Source Officer is responsible for tree improvement (including seed source development and field gene conservation) within the project;
  • Responsible for liaison with the tree improvement and gene conservation programmes of Ethiopian Environment & Forestry Research Institute (EEFRI) and others;
  • Responsible for the implementation of seed source development programme as outlined in the Project Implementation Plan and the annual work plans;
  • In collaboration with the Seed Procurement Officer responsible for co-ordination and monitoring of seed demand, establishment of seed sources, and seed collection planning and implementation;
  • The Seed Source Officer is answering to the ICRAF Country Representative (ICR) and the Senior Team Leader (STL).

Other Responsibilities:

The duties of the Seed Source Officer will work under the supervision of the Project Management Team (PMT), including the following duties:

  • Based on the species specific priorities of integrated seed procurement/tree improvement/gene conservation, plan, prepare and implement the activities accordingly;
  • Prepare and implement annual work plans in the subject matter;
  • Prepare and follow up subject matter budgets;
  • In collaboration with the Seed Procurement Officer plan, supervise and assist in national seed source exploration for priority species;
  • Plan and establish seed stands cum ex situ stands and/or seed orchards (BSOs) of selected priority species;
  • Monitor project support to the subject matter and liaise with the programme of EEFRI and the Project Seed Centres (PSCs) in planning, co-ordination, and supervision of the establishment of species, provenance and/or progeny orchards/mother blocks/trials/conservation stands for selected priority species on different sites and in different seed zones;
  • Plan and assist in implementation of applied research and data recording;
  • Guide PSC staff in seed source development and management methods.
  • In collaboration with the Seed Procurement Officer compile, maintain and update national seed source register;
  • Carry out networking with other professionals, organizations, institutions, projects, etc. in Ethiopia and the region;
  • Record all relevant data, process and publish, whenever relevant, in Ethiopian and international journals and other media.

Education:

  • At least BSc degree or MSc degree in Forestry or related field with postgraduate specialization in tree improvement, and with a broad understanding of seed procurement.

Experience:

  • A minimum of 5 years work experience for BSc degree or 3 years post-graduate working experience for MSc degree including experience in research in tree improvement. Post- graduate studies in either of the two subjects and/or experience from similar positions elsewhere will be considered an additional advantage.

Skills:

  • Familiarity with development and relevant research techniques in the subject matter
  • Ability to plan work and multi-task
  • Computer literacy i.e. knowledge in MS Office
  • Ability to analyze data and prepare progress records and reports
  • Manages staff in their day to day activities
  • Updates relevant manuals/protocols
  • Flexible on work hours including travel and extended field work
  • Follows policies and procedures
  • Prepares progress reports for review
  • Provides candid and helpful feedback taking into consideration the job level of the person
  • Aware of impact of own work

Duty Station: Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

Grade: 3A

Minimum Base Salary: Birr 30,863.00 (Negotiable depending on experience, skill and salary history of the candidate)

Terms of appointment:  This is a Nationally Recruited Staff (NRS) position, initial appointment is for three years with the possibility of renewal, contingent upon individual performance and the availability of funding. The ILRI remuneration package for nationally recruited staff in Ethiopia includes very competitive salary and benefits such as life and medical insurance, offshore pension plan, etc. The ILRI campus is set in a secure, attractive campus on the outskirts of Addis Ababa. Dining and sports facilities are located on site.

Applications: Applicants should provide a cover letter and curriculum vitae; names and addresses (including telephone and email) of three referees who are knowledgeable about the candidate’s professional qualifications and work experience to be included in the curriculum vitae. The position and reference number: REF: SSO/42/17 should be clearly indicated in the subject line of the cover letter. All applications to be submitted online on our recruitment portal: http://ift.tt/1d1J7dS on or before 21 December 2017.



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New Job Vacancy in Ethiopia : ILRI Jobs in Ethiopia : Project Management and Outreach Officer

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) Ethiopia

The Position: The World Agroforestry Centre seeks to recruit a Project Management and Outreach Officer will be handling the Management, coordination of administrative support functions and outreach activities, including monitoring of capacity building efforts, training, extension and marketing.

General: The World Agroforestry Centre (also known as the International Centre for Research in Agroforestry-ICRAF) is an independent research institution which generates science-based knowledge about the complex role trees play in agricultural landscapes and rural livelihoods. As part of the Centre’s work to bring tree-based solutions to bear on poverty and environmental problems, researchers – working in close collaboration with partners – are developing new technologies, tools and policy recommendations for increased food security and ecosystem health. The Centre’s headquarters are located in Nairobi, Kenya, and research is conducted in more than 30 countries in Africa, Asia and Latin America. We are supported by the Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR) and receive funding from over 50 different donors. To learn more about our organization, please visit our website: http://ift.tt/HkP0Zc.

Key Responsibilities:

  • The Project Management and Outreach Officer is responsible for managing and coordinating all administrative support functions in the project office, including procurement, registration and maintenance of vehicles, equipment and utilities;
  • Responsible for all practical and data compilation aspects of capacity building, and for outreach within the project;
  • Responsible for the practical organization and implementation of project training courses, seminars, meetings and extension events as outlined in the Project Implementation Plan (PIP) and the annual work plans;
  • Responsible for the coordination of publishing and distribution of training, information and extension materials for project capacity- and outreach activities;
  • In collaboration with the Seed Procurement Officer, the Seed Source Officer and the Regional Seed Centre Heads responsible for coordination and monitoring of extension, training and marketing activities;
  • The Management and Outreach Officer will be responsible for coordination of capacity-building and outreach activities with Ministry of Environment, Forestry & Climate Change (MEFCC), Ethiopian Environment & Forestry Research Institute (EEFRI) and other projects or programmes with which Provision of Adequate Tree Seed Portfolios (PATSPO) collaborates;
  • The Management and Outreach Officer is answering to the ICRAF Country Representative (ICR) and the Senior Team Leader (STL).

Other Responsibilities:

The duties of the Project Management and Outreach Officer will be in close collaboration with the other ICRAF staff, including the following duties:

  • Manage administrative issues of ICRAF in collaboration with the PMT, ICRAF Nairobi and ILRI;
  • Manage the project office and supervise support staff;
  • Handle procurement requirements in liaison PMT, the accountant and ILRI;
  • Arrange travel and logistics for programme project staff and consultants;
  • In collaboration with the project accountant support the PMT to prepare and manage stakeholder contracts and closely monitor performance and payments;
  • Manage relationships on administrative matters with all project stakeholder;
  • Oversees the maintenance of effective programme filing and documentation systems;
  • Establish, keep and update the fixed asset register;
  • Based on the PIP prepare and implement organize and implement capacity development- and outreach activities in close collaboration with the technical project staff and resource persons from other institutions;
  • Support the preparation of and follow up on the relevant parts of PATSPO budgets;
  • Liaise with MEFCC, TSTC, the RSCs and other relevant partners in planning, coordination, and super­vision of extension and training activities;
  • Prepare and maintain register of important Ethiopian institutions, organizations and offices engaged in natural resource management, as potential receivers of information from ICRAF;
  • Prepare short quarterly ‘newsletter’ on ICRAF activities and achievement;
  • Distribute ICRAF information according to register of receivers;
  • Assist in the practical implementation of all planned activities of ICRAF.

Education:

  • At least BA degree in Management or Business Administration. General knowledge of project management and outreach activities.

Experience:

  • A minimum of 5 years relevant working experience including experience project management and in planning and organizing training activities, seminars, extension arrangements, etc.
  • Experience from working with ICRAF in Ethiopia on capacity building and outreach projects and/or experience from similar positions elsewhere will be considered an additional advantage.

Skills:    

  • Familiarity with development and relevant techniques in the subject matter
  • Ability to plan work and multi-task, work under pressure and meet targets
  • Proficiency in MS Office
  • Ability to analyze data and prepare progress records and reports; Prepare, circulate and follow up various reports
  • Manages staff in their day to day activities
  • Updates relevant manuals/protocols
  • Flexible on work hours including travel and extended field work
  • Follows policies and procedures
  • Prepares progress reports for review
  • Aware of impact of own work

Duty Station:    Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

Grade: 2C

Minimum Base Salary: Birr 16,616.00 (Negotiable depending on experience, skill and salary history of the candidate)

Terms of appointment:  This is a Nationally Recruited Staff (NRS) position, initial appointment is for three years with the possibility of renewal, contingent upon individual performance and the availability of funding. The ILRI remuneration package for nationally recruited staff in Ethiopia includes very competitive salary and benefits such as life and medical insurance, offshore pension plan, etc. The ILRI campus is set in a secure, attractive campus on the outskirts of Addis Ababa. Dining and sports facilities are located on site. 

Applications: Applicants should provide a cover letter and curriculum vitae; names and addresses (including telephone and email) of three referees who are knowledgeable about the candidate’s professional qualifications and work experience to be included in the curriculum vitae. The position and reference number: REF: PMOO/43/17 should be clearly indicated in the subject line of the cover letter. All applications to be submitted online on our recruitment portal: http://ift.tt/1d1J7dS on or before 21 December 2017.



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New Job Vacancy in Ethiopia : ILRI Jobs in Ethiopia : Seed Procurement Officer

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) Ethiopia

The Position: The World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF) seeks to recruit a Seed Procurement Officer who will be responsible for planning, exploration, collection, processing, testing, storage, documentation and distribution of tree seed accessions.

General: The World Agroforestry Centre (also known as the International Centre for Research in Agroforestry-ICRAF) is an independent research institution which generates science-based knowledge about the complex role trees play in agricultural landscapes and rural livelihoods. As part of the Centre’s work to bring tree-based solutions to bear on poverty and environmental problems, researchers – working in close collaboration with partners – are developing new technologies, tools and policy recommendations for increased food security and ecosystem health. The Centre’s headquarters are located in Nairobi, Kenya, and research is conducted in more than 30 countries in Africa, Asia and Latin America. We are supported by the Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR) and receive funding from over 50 different donors. To learn more about our organization, please visit our website: http://ift.tt/HkP0Zc.

Key Responsibilities:

  • The Seed Procurement Officer is responsible for the coordination of seed procurement activities of Provision of Adequate Tree Seed Portfolios (PATSPO);
  • Responsible for the implementation of the seed procurement activities as outlined in the Project Implementation Plan (PIP), and for all applied seed research activities supported by PATSPO;
  • In collaboration with the Regional Seed Centre Heads and the Tree Seed Technology Coordination (TSTC) responsible for national coordination and monitoring of seed demand and seed collection planning and implementation;
  • Support the Seed Source Officer in his/her efforts to establish seed sources in line with estimated future demand;
  • In collaboration with the Capacity Building and Outreach Officer support his/her efforts to implement relevant information- and training activities;
  • The Seed Procurement Officer is answering to the ICRAF Country Representative (ICRP) and the Senior Team Leader (STL).

Other Responsibilities:

The duties of the Seed Procurement Officer will under the supervision of and in close collaboration with the ICRAF Country Representative (ICR) and Senior Team Leader (STL) that will include the following duties:

  • Based on the species specific priorities of integrated seed procurement/tree improvement/gene conservation, plan, prepare and implement the activities accordingly;
  • Prepare and implement annual work plans in the subject matter;
  • Prepare and follow up subject matter budgets;
  • In collaboration with the Regional Centre Heads, the Tree Seed Technology Coordinator (TSTC) and the Capacity and Outreach Officer compile annual national seed collection plans and support/coordinate collections;
  • In collaboration with the Seed Source Development Officer, plan, supervise and assist in national seed source exploration for priority species;
  • Prepare guidelines for and support seed processing activities/routines at the TSTC and the four Project Seed Centres (PSCs);
  • Prepare guidelines for and support proper routines at the seed laboratories at the TSTC and the four PSCs;
  • Support applied seed research on developing appropriate species wise techniques for monitoring of fruit formation, seed processing, storage and testing of seed of priority species at the TSTC and the four PTSCs;
  • Develop guidelines for seed crop assessment, seed collection, processing, storage, pre-treatment and sowing of priority species in Ethiopia;
  • Carry out networking with other professionals, organizations, institutions, projects, etc. in Ethiopia and the region;
  • Record all relevant data, process and document, whenever relevant, in Ethiopian publications and in international journals and other media.

Education:

  • At least BSc degree or MSc degree in Forestry or related field with postgraduate specialization in seed procurement and/ seed technology, and with a broad understanding of tree improvement

Experience:

  • A minimum of 5 years for BSc degree or 3 years for MSc degree post-graduate working experience including experience in research in seed procurement/seed technology. Post- graduate studies in either of the two subjects and/or experience from similar positions elsewhere will be considered an additional advantage.

Skills:    

  • Familiarity with development and relevant research techniques in the subject matter
  • Ability to plan work and multi-task
  • Computer literacy i.e. knowledge in MS Office
  • Ability to analyze data and prepare progress records and reports
  • Manages staff in their day to day activities
  • Updates relevant manuals/protocols
  • Flexible on work hours including travel and extended field work
  • Follows policies and procedures
  • Prepares progress reports for review
  • Provides candid and helpful feedback taking into consideration the job level of the person
  • Aware of impact of own work

Duty Station: Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

Grade: 3A

Minimum Base Salary: Birr 30,863.00 (Negotiable depending on experience, skill and salary history of the candidate)

Terms of appointment:  This is a Nationally Recruited Staff (NRS) position, initial appointment is for three years with the possibility of renewal, contingent upon individual performance and the availability of funding. The ILRI remuneration package for nationally recruited staff in Ethiopia includes very competitive salary and benefits such as life and medical insurance, offshore pension plan, etc. The ILRI campus is set in a secure, attractive campus on the outskirts of Addis Ababa. Dining and sports facilities are located on site.

Applications: Applicants should provide a cover letter and curriculum vitae; names and addresses (including telephone and email) of three referees who are knowledgeable about the candidate’s professional qualifications and work experience to be included in the curriculum vitae. The position and reference number: REF: SPO/41/17 should be clearly indicated in the subject line of the cover letter. All applications to be submitted online on our recruitment portal: http://ift.tt/1d1J7dS on or before 21 December 2017.



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New Job Vacancy in Ethiopia : ILRI Jobs in Ethiopia : Tree Seed Centre Coordinators (4 vacancies)

Mekelle, Hawassa, Bahirdar and Sebeta International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) Ethiopia

The Position: The World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF) seeks to recruit four Tree Seed Centre Coordinators to assist in coordination of activities in seed source management and seed procurement of Provision of Adequate Tree Seed Portfolios (PATSPO) at four regional centres in Mekelle, Hawassa, Bahirdar and Sebeta.

General: The World Agroforestry Centre (also known as the International Centre for Research in Agroforestry-ICRAF) is an independent research institution which generates science-based knowledge about the complex role trees play in agricultural landscapes and rural livelihoods. As part of the Centre’s work to bring tree-based solutions to bear on poverty and environmental problems, researchers – working in close collaboration with partners – are developing new technologies, tools and policy recommendations for increased food security and ecosystem health. The Centre’s headquarters are located in Nairobi, Kenya, and research is conducted in more than 30 countries in Africa, Asia and Latin America. We are supported by the Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR) and receive funding from over 50 different donors. To learn more about our organization, please visit our website: http://ift.tt/HkP0Zc.

Key Responsibilities:

  • The Provision of Adequate Tree Seed Portfolios (PATSPO) Regional Seed Centre Coordinator is responsible for coordination of all project inputs to the Regional Seed Centre with the ICRAF Office in Addis Ababa and Head of the Regional Seed Centre;
  • Responsible for all infrastruc­ture, vehicles and equipment provided by PATSPO during the period of the project implementation;
  • Responsible for liaison and coordination of collaboration with the relevant authorities and projects in the region under supervision of the Liaison and Network Coordination Officer;
  • The PATSPO Regional Seed Centre Coordinator is answering to the ICRAF Country Representative (ICR) and the Senior Team Leader (STL).

Other Responsibilities:

The duties of the PATSPO Regional Seed Centre Coordinator will be under the supervision of and in close collaboration with the PMT including the followings:

  • Assist in preparation and implementation of annual work plans for the Regional Seed Centre with focus on the PATSPO-supported activities and inputs;
  • Follow up on use of funds and budgets for PATSPO inputs;
  • Monitor and evaluate PATSPO supported activities, inputs (physical and financial) and related assumptions;
  • Identify needs for, propose and coordinate procurement of local equipment and materials;
  • Monitor use of vehicle provided through PATSPO;
  • Monitor disbursement and accounting of imprests from PATSPO;
  • Liaise and cooperate with relevant local organizations, institutions, individuals, non-governmental organizations, and projects;
  • Under the guidance of and in collaboration with the PATSPO staff at the ICRAF Office in Addis Ababa conduct simple research on seed pre-treatment, processing methods, storage methods and conditions, etc.;
  • Assist the Regional Seed Centre staff in their duties whenever required or when requested by the Head;
  • Liaise with the Liaison and Network Coordination Officer of PATSPO regarding development of project plans and activities;
  • Monitor the PATSPO supported activities at the Regional Seed Centre on a continuous basis.

Education:

  • BSc degree or MSc degree in Forestry or any other related field.

Experience:

  • At least 5 years work experience for BSc degree or MSc degree with 3 years relevant experience
  • Knowledge of project technical subjects required.
  • Field experience is a plus
  • Management and administrative experience an additional advantage

Skills:

  • Familiarity with development and relevant techniques in the subject matter
  • Ability to plan work and multi-task
  • Computer literacy i.e. knowledge in MS Office
  • Ability to analyze data and prepare progress records and reports
  • Manages staff in their day to day activities
  • Updates relevant manuals/protocols
  • Flexible on work hours including travel and extended field work
  • Follows policies and procedures
  • Prepares progress reports for review
  • Provides candid and helpful feedback taking into consideration the job level of the person
  • Aware of impact of own work
  • Good knowledge of the local languages will be advantageous

Duty Station: (Mekelle, Hawassa, Bahirdar and Sebeta)

Please note that applicants need to specify the duty station they are applying for

Grade:  3A

Minimum Base Salary: Birr 30,863.00 (Negotiable depending on experience, skill and salary history of the candidate)

Terms of appointment:  This is a Nationally Recruited Staff (NRS) position, initial appointment is for three years with the possibility of renewal, contingent upon individual performance and the availability of funding. The ILRI remuneration package for nationally recruited staff in Ethiopia includes very competitive salary and benefits such as life and medical insurance, offshore pension plan, etc. The ILRI campus is set in a secure, attractive campus on the outskirts of Addis Ababa. Dining and sports facilities are located on site.

Applications: Applicants should provide a cover letter and curriculum vitae; names and addresses (including telephone and email) of three referees who are knowledgeable about the candidate’s professional qualifications and work experience to be included in the curriculum vitae. The position and reference number: REF: TSCC/40/17 should be clearly indicated in the subject line of the cover letter. All applications to be submitted online on our recruitment portal: http://ift.tt/1d1J7dS on or before 21 December 2017.



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New Job Vacancy in Ethiopia : ILRI Job Vacancy in Ethiopia : Project Accountant

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) Ethiopia

Project Accountant

The Position: The World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF) seeks to recruit a Project Accountant who will be responsible for maintaining proper financial and project records according to the procedures established by World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF)/the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) by referring to respective guidelines. He/she will be responsible for preparing financial report as required by ICRAF/ILRI.

General: The World Agroforestry Centre (also known as the International Centre for Research in Agroforestry-ICRAF) is an independent research institution which generates science-based knowledge about the complex role trees play in agricultural landscapes and rural livelihoods. As part of the Centre’s work to bring tree-based solutions to bear on poverty and environmental problems, researchers – working in close collaboration with partners – are developing new technologies, tools and policy recommendations for increased food security and ecosystem health. The Centre’s headquarters are located in Nairobi, Kenya, and research is conducted in more than 30 countries in Africa, Asia and Latin America. We are supported by the Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR) and receive funding from over 50 different donors. To learn more about our organization, please visit our website: http://ift.tt/HkP0Zc.

Key Responsibilities:

The duties of the Project Accountant will under the supervision of and in close collaboration with the ICRAF Country Representative (ICR) and the Senior Team Leader (STL)) that will include the following duties:

  • Prepare project payments by verifying documentation and ensure that payments have proper authorization and supporting documents;
  • Process project advance liquidation or expense recording after the receipt of the original invoices and relevant documents by verifying the supporting documents presented are appropriate, sufficient and in line with the policy;
  • Ensure project/ Provision of Adequate Tree Seed Portfolios (PATSPO) partners’ financial returns are submitted;
  • Review advance requests and financial returns by partners with reference to contractual obligations and partner financial obligations liquidation effected in the One Corporate System (OCS), and work closely with partner’s finance team for successful implementation of Provision of Adequate Tree Seed Portfolios (PATSPO);
  • Control bank account balances and report when the balance is low so as to take the necessary action before checks are written;
  • Prepare monthly project imprest reports, bank reconciliation and cash book records, and organize supporting documents in the manner required;
  • Prepare country office monthly project imprest request and share with ICRAF Head Quarters;
  • Maintain accurate, updated/real-time and secured accounting record in OCS;
  • Ensure the availability of sufficient cash at the bank and liaise with ICRAF Head Quarters for transfer of project imprest fund to the ICRAF Ethiopia office/ Provision of Adequate Tree Seed Portfolios (PATSPO);
  • Ensure that payment commitments are honored on time;
  • Check the accuracy and compliance of petty cash expenditure and its timely replenishment;
  • Review partners quarterly finance report & share to ICRAF Regional Office/PATSPO and work closely with partner’s finance team for successful implementation of PATSPO;
  • Prepare detailed monthly, quarterly and annual project internal financial report for PATSPO and share with the Project Management Team (PMT) for management decision;
  • The Project Accountant will report to the ICRAF Country Representative (ICR) and the Senior Team Leader (STL).

Education:

  • BA degree in Financial Management /Accounting from a recognized university

Experience:

  • A minimum of 5 years relevant working experience in similar positions at international organizations like the research institutions under the CGIAR setup is an added qualification

Skills:    

  • Familiarity with developments in accounting
  • Proficiency in MS Office and relevant accounting systems
  • Carries out work as instructed, Ability to coordinate, prioritize, and organize workload
  • Collects and analyses accounting data and prepare reports, Maintains records
  • Flexible on work hours
  • Follows policies and procedures
  • Good interpersonal skills
  • Is receptive to feedback, Understands role and responsibilities
  • Appreciates impact of own work.
  • Aware of impact of own work

Duty Station:    Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

Grade: 2C

Minimum Base Salary: Birr 16,616.00 (Negotiable depending on experience, skill and salary history of the candidate)

Terms of appointment:  This is a Nationally Recruited Staff (NRS) position, initial appointment is for three years with the possibility of renewal, contingent upon individual performance and the availability of funding. The ILRI remuneration package for nationally recruited staff in Ethiopia includes very competitive salary and benefits such as life and medical insurance, offshore pension plan, etc. The ILRI campus is set in a secure, attractive campus on the outskirts of Addis Ababa. Dining and sports facilities are located on site.

Applications: Applicants should provide a cover letter and curriculum vitae; names and addresses (including telephone and email) of three referees who are knowledgeable about the candidate’s professional qualifications and work experience to be included in the curriculum vitae. The position and reference number: REF: PA/44/17 should be clearly indicated in the subject line of the cover letter. All applications to be submitted online on our recruitment portal: http://ift.tt/1d1J7dS on or before 21 December 2017.

To find more about ICRAF, visit our Website at http://ift.tt/HkP0Zc.

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ICRAF Vacancy: Tree Seed Centre Coordinators (4) [Closing date: 21 December 2017]

Posted: 07 Dec 2017 05:45 AM PST

The Position: The World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF) seeks to recruit four Tree Seed Centre Coordinators to assist in coordination of activities in seed source management and seed procurement of Provision of Adequate Tree Seed Portfolios (PATSPO) at four regional centres in Mekelle, Hawassa, Bahirdar and Sebeta.

General: The World Agroforestry Centre (also known as the International Centre for Research in Agroforestry-ICRAF) is an independent research institution which generates science-based knowledge about the complex role trees play in agricultural landscapes and rural livelihoods. As part of the Centre’s work to bring tree-based solutions to bear on poverty and environmental problems, researchers – working in close collaboration with partners – are developing new technologies, tools and policy recommendations for increased food security and ecosystem health. The Centre’s headquarters are located in Nairobi, Kenya, and research is conducted in more than 30 countries in Africa, Asia and Latin America. We are supported by the Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR) and receive funding from over 50 different donors. To learn more about our organization, please visit our website: http://ift.tt/HkP0Zc.

Key Responsibilities:

  • The Provision of Adequate Tree Seed Portfolios (PATSPO) Regional Seed Centre Coordinator is responsible for coordination of all project inputs to the Regional Seed Centre with the ICRAF Office in Addis Ababa and Head of the Regional Seed Centre;
  • Responsible for all infrastruc­ture, vehicles and equipment provided by PATSPO during the period of the project implementation;
  • Responsible for liaison and coordination of collaboration with the relevant authorities and projects in the region under supervision of the Liaison and Network Coordination Officer;
  • The PATSPO Regional Seed Centre Coordinator is answering to the ICRAF Country Representative (ICR) and the Senior Team Leader (STL).

Other Responsibilities:

The duties of the PATSPO Regional Seed Centre Coordinator will be under the supervision of and in close collaboration with the PMT including the followings:

  • Assist in preparation and implementation of annual work plans for the Regional Seed Centre with focus on the PATSPO-supported activities and inputs;
  • Follow up on use of funds and budgets for PATSPO inputs;
  • Monitor and evaluate PATSPO supported activities, inputs (physical and financial) and related assumptions;
  • Identify needs for, propose and coordinate procurement of local equipment and materials;
  • Monitor use of vehicle provided through PATSPO;
  • Monitor disbursement and accounting of imprests from PATSPO;
  • Liaise and cooperate with relevant local organizations, institutions, individuals, non-governmental organizations, and projects;
  • Under the guidance of and in collaboration with the PATSPO staff at the ICRAF Office in Addis Ababa conduct simple research on seed pre-treatment, processing methods, storage methods and conditions, etc.;
  • Assist the Regional Seed Centre staff in their duties whenever required or when requested by the Head;
  • Liaise with the Liaison and Network Coordination Officer of PATSPO regarding development of project plans and activities;
  • Monitor the PATSPO supported activities at the Regional Seed Centre on a continuous basis.

Education:

  • BSc degree or MSc degree in Forestry or any other related field.

Experience:

  • At least 5 years work experience for BSc degree or MSc degree with 3 years relevant experience
  • Knowledge of project technical subjects required.
  • Field experience is a plus
  • Management and administrative experience an additional advantage

Skills:

  • Familiarity with development and relevant techniques in the subject matter
  • Ability to plan work and multi-task
  • Computer literacy i.e. knowledge in MS Office
  • Ability to analyze data and prepare progress records and reports
  • Manages staff in their day to day activities
  • Updates relevant manuals/protocols
  • Flexible on work hours including travel and extended field work
  • Follows policies and procedures
  • Prepares progress reports for review
  • Provides candid and helpful feedback taking into consideration the job level of the person
  • Aware of impact of own work
  • Good knowledge of the local languages will be advantageous

Duty Station: (Mekelle, Hawassa, Bahirdar and Sebeta)

Please note that applicants need to specify the duty station they are applying for

Grade:  3A

Minimum Base Salary: Birr 30,863.00 (Negotiable depending on experience, skill and salary history of the candidate)

Terms of appointment:  This is a Nationally Recruited Staff (NRS) position, initial appointment is for three years with the possibility of renewal, contingent upon individual performance and the availability of funding. The ILRI remuneration package for nationally recruited staff in Ethiopia includes very competitive salary and benefits such as life and medical insurance, offshore pension plan, etc. The ILRI campus is set in a secure, attractive campus on the outskirts of Addis Ababa. Dining and sports facilities are located on site.

Applications: Applicants should provide a cover letter and curriculum vitae; names and addresses (including telephone and email) of three referees who are knowledgeable about the candidate’s professional qualifications and work experience to be included in the curriculum vitae. The position and reference number: REF: TSCC/40/17 should be clearly indicated in the subject line of the cover letter. All applications to be submitted online on our recruitment portal: http://ift.tt/1d1J7dS on or before 21 December 2017.

To find more about ICRAF, visit our Website at http://ift.tt/HkP0Zc.



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NGO Jobs in Ethiopia : Ethiopia: AN ADAPTATIVE NUTRITION SERVICES PROGRAM EXPERT (M/W) - ETHIOPIA

Organization: Action Contre la Faim France
Country: Ethiopia
Closing date: 31 Dec 2017

We are looking for:

AN ADAPTATIVE NUTRITION SERVICES PROGRAM EXPERT (M/W)

Context: Sekota is accessibe by plane and relatively remote from Addis Abeba (1 hour flight ) to Mekele or Lalibella then a 4 hour drive to the Sekota base.

Security situation is stable in this area for quite a long time now.

Country: ETHIOPIA - SEKOTA

Length of contract: 2 months for the first part (January & February 2018), 15 days during March, April, May and 20 days during June 2018. This planning can be flexible.

The Position: Under the direct supervision of the Field Coordinator, you main objective will be to develop and pilot Adaptive nutrition services in Sekota. More precisely, you will in charge to:

Develop, design and roll out the approach and tools for Adaptive Nutrition Services in the Sekota (January February 2018)

  • Brief with HQTA and NHTA
  • Discuss with Unicef and AAH to finalize approach
  • Gather data and studies (bibliography) that will be used in the design of the adaptive nutrition services approach and tools.
  • Design Assessment tools to understand the mechanisms in place to cope with different shocks (outbreaks) at Health Post level
  • Conduct the assessment in collaboration with the Nutrition Team
  • Prepare assessment analysis and report
  • Develop the approach and tools for ANS
  • Present the approach and tools to AAH, Unicef and HQ
  • Train the NHTA/DNHTAs and Nut PMs on the approach and tools

Implement (Piloting) to be done by DNHTA and PMs (15 days during March, April, May 2018)

  • Present of the approach to the Zonal and Woreda offices

  • Train AAH team and HEWs in the Pilot Woreda

  • Implement the Approach by HEWs with the Nutrition team support

Evaluate the Approach and tools (20 days during June 2018)

  • Review Meeting with HeWs and ACF Team
  • Finalize Guidelines and tools based of implementation feedback

Present Final ANS approach and tools to Unicef, MoH and partners

The Applicant:** You hold a Master's degree in Nutrition and Health. You already have an ACF Experience in implementation of Primary Health Care Services and AAH Experience in implementation of nutrition emergency intervention. A good knowledge of Ethiopian context would be appreciated.

A multi sectoral understanding of malnutrition is required and a good capacity of coordination with several stakeholders is needed.

You are recognized for your excellent oral and written capacities in English.

You also have the capacity to work and live in isolated setting for a few weeks.

Status:

Gross monthly salary ranging from €1805 to €2305 depending on relevant experience

Food and hygiene expenses, per diem, transportation costs, collective accommodation and medical insurance

25 days of annual paid leaves and 20 days of rest and recuperation (R&R) per year.


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Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Habesha Employment Agency

Qualification:

  • Diploma in related fields

Work Experience:

  • One year and above

Required No: One

Gender: female/male

Salary: Negotiable

Place of Work: Addis Ababa

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Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Habesha Employment Agency

Qualification: 

  • Diploma /Degree in marketing management

Work Experience:

  • One year and above work experience

Required No: 3

Gender: Male /female

Salary: Negotiable

Place of Work: Addis Ababa

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Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Habesha Employment Agency

Qualification:

  • Diploma/Degree in accounting or related.

Work Experience: 2 years and above

Required No: 2

Gender: Female

Salary: Negotiable

Place of Work: Addis Ababa

For more information: +251965567913



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Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Habesha Employment Agency

Qualification:

  • Certificate /Diploma in hotel and tourism college.

Work Experience:

  • One year and above

Required No: 4

Gender:  Male/Female

Salary: Negotiable

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New Job Vacancy in Ethiopia : Sales Representative job at REPI WILMAR SOAP AND DETERGENT S.C

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia REPI WILMAR SOAP AND DETERGENT S.C -Ethiopia

Sales Representative

 

 

GENERAL PURPOSE OF THE JOB

To manage and develop Repi Wilmar’s business through key selected retailers in a defined sales territory to build distribution of Repi-Wilmar brands and optimize visibility in every outlet.

 

 

  • Meet/exceed the monthly KPIs and set for the territory including

 

                -  Product distribution

                -  In-store visibility

                -  Call productivity (strike rate)

               -  Territory coverage (journey plan adherence)

                 -  Sales volume/value

 

  •      Develop productive relationships with all customers served in the territory to secure an ongoing level of business.
  •       Monitor competitor activity in the territory and report back any key findings to the Area Account Manager/Developers as soon as possible.
  •        Make full use of company sales tool to develop business and provide line management with all required information from the field.
 

Job Requirements

Education: BA Degree in Marketing or salesmanship  Experience: 2(two) years’ pertinent work experience. Work Place :-Addis Ababa    

How to Apply

Qualified candidates meeting the above requirements can submit their applications including the following: • Cover letter specifying the position there are applying to;   • Curriculum vitae and  • Non-returnable copies of academic diplomas and other testimonials.     Should apply in person or sending their CV & supporting documents. (Scanned copies of qualification).By e-mail hrrepi90@gmail.com  yibeluw@yahoo.com or mail by the following address:- Repi –Wilmar Soap & Detergent S.Co Human Resource Department. Tell 011-3-69-35-58 P.O. Box 5537 Addis Ababa   The Company is located at Jimma Road beside Ayertena Square around kara kore Only short listed applicants will be contacted for interview

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New Job Vacancy in Ethiopia : International Rescue Committee Job Vacancy - EH Manager

Melkadida Refugee camp, Somali, Ethiopia International Rescue Committee (IRC) Ethiopia

EH Manager

 

Scope:

The Environmental Health/WASH Manager is responsible for ensuring smooth implementation and Management of WASH program in Dollo Ado, Melkedida and Kobe Refugee camps, Somali. The program focuses on safe water supply, sanitation and hygiene promotion.

  

Responsibilities:

The position reports to Melkadida and Kobe Camp Manager operationally and to the Assistant Environmental Health (EH) Coordinator at the Country office technically.

 

Management

·         Oversee the implementation of the EH program  at Melkadida and Kobe  Refugee  camp to ensure the program is implemented according to schedule and budgets, international standards, and that EH program objectives are met;

·         Prepare designs and BOQs for Water and Sanitation infrastructures and supervise quality of construction works;

·         Monitor the purchase and use of materials, equipment and supplies;

·         Conduct regular monitoring and internal evaluations, and conduct annual KPC surveys;

·         Contribute in the development of proposals, budgets and concept notes in coordination with the EH Coordinator, and Grants team;

·         Any other duties as assigned by the supervisor to enable and develop IRC programs

 

Staff Management

·         Recruit EH staffs in conjunction with the Human Resources Department

·         Maintain updated job descriptions, conduct interviews, and orient new staff to the IRC and the EH program

·         Provide ongoing leadership to the project team and overseeing implementation and coordination of activity plans to ensure targets are met;

·         Provide ongoing supervision,  and technical support and guidance to EH staff, and ensure all EH staff adhere to best-practice principles in all aspects of program implementation

·         In conjunction with camp managers, ensure Performance Management System documentation for all staff is in place and followed up regularly

·         Build staff capacity in work plan development and reporting to ensure accurate monitoring and documentation of activities.

·         Recommend and implement a capacity building/development plan for project staff based on documented capacity needs assessments exercise.

·         Ensure EH staff understands and follows IRC and donor Policies and Procedures.

 

Grants Management & Reporting

·         Manage and oversee all the Environmental Health grants; develop and maintain work, spending and procurement plans for all projects;

·         Prepare finance utilization plan and review monthly financial BVA;

·         Participate in Grants Opening, Mid-Term and Closing meetings;

·         Prepare internal and external reports within agreed deadlines using IRC and donor formats, as required;

·         Assure appropriate and timely spending of grants to achieve program goals, grant reporting contributions, use and distribution of supplies and resources.

 

Representation & Coordination

·         Develop and maintain effective working relationships with all stakeholders - including NGOs, UN agencies, Gov’t representatives and other IRC sectors to enhance cooperation and coordination;

·         Ensure that information from coordination meetings is shared internally and with other sectors, as appropriate;

·         Attend the WASH coordination meetings or represent the IRC in other relevant forums.

·         Any other duty as assigned by the supervisor, DDP, or CD

 

Job Requirements

Minimum Requirements/Qualifications:

 

·         Minimum university degree in Hydraulic, Water Resource Engineering, civil, or other related field.

·         Six years work experience in EH (WASH) for Degree, or three years for post graduate preferably in a humanitarian setting (refugee camps, rural development, or emergency response)

·         Two years senior level management experience and supervising contractors and interaction with international staff and partners and donors.

·         Proven management, project planning, organizational, interpersonal, and communication skills.

·         Competent in Windows, MS office programs, email and database experience.

·         Fluency in English (spoken and written)

·         Ability to work under pressure in a potentially unstable security environment.

·         Flexible, willing to travel and live temporarily in harsh environment

 

How to Apply

 Please send your CV, application letter and copies of credentials to the following address:  IRC – Addis Ababa Office P.O.BOX 107 Code 1110.

·         Please include 3 references

·         Applications will not be returned.  IRC discourages phone calls or personal visits.

·        Only applicants meeting the minimum qualification will be short listed and contacted.

 

Your application letter/cover letter must include the following information.

·         Name of the position you have applied for

·         Date of application

·         Summary of  your qualifications and experience

·         Motivation/objective of why you have applied for the job

·         Permanent Address and present address (if different form permanent) and telephone number

·         Disclose any family relationships with existing IRC employees.

 

Are any of your relatives employed by International Rescue committee (IRC)?

If answer is “yes”, give the following information:

 YES          NO

 

NAME

Relationship

Position

Office/field office

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

IRC is an equal employment opportunity employer.  IRC considers all applicants on the basis of merit without regard to race, sex, color, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, age, marital status or disability.



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