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Livelihood Specialist- Vacancy in Ethiopia

Bule Hora The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)
Livelihood Specialist (Bule Hora)

The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) is seeking to hire a Livelihood Specialist (Bule Hora),who lead implementation of the livelihood and socioeconomic recovery component of the project. Strengthen and promote community engagement processes in the project areas, particularly identifying project beneficiaries, assessing their needs and addressing and resolving community issues.

Contract type: Service Contract(SB5) - Service Contract is a non-staff contractual modality.
Duration: One year (renewable).

Qualification and experience: Master’s degree or B.Sc. degree In Rural Development, Natural Resources Management, Development Studies, Business Management, Community Development or a related area.

Interested applicants must have at least 5 years of relevant experience (with Masters’ Degree) in Market driven approach to livelihoods programming, Micro- Finance support services in displacement settings, MSEs development, livelihood and economic recovery, Environment and Forestry, Climate Smart and Nutrition Sensitive Agriculture, Crop agronomy, development planning, Experience of recovery planning and recovery coordination, including experience working with all internally displaced persons (IDPs). experience of working with NGOs or other development organizations involved in livelihood, socio-economic recovery and resilience building, ability to work well in multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural teams, understanding of primary area of specialization (Recovery Planning. Disaster Risk Management) as well as the fundamental concepts of Durable Solutions & Proven management experience, preferably within UNDP or another UN agency, with sound knowledge and experience in all aspects of project cycle (design, implementation, monitoring & evaluation).
For full details and to apply visit https://goo.gl/8Aa896


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