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UN Children's Fund Jobs in Ethiopia : Human Resources Specialist, (Fixed Term-NOC), Addis Ababa , Ethiopia (Open for Ethiopian Nationals only)

UN Children's Fund

Human Resources Specialist, (Fixed Term-NOC), Addis Ababa , Ethiopia (Open for Ethiopian Nationals only)
UN Children's Fund
Closing date: 20 Feb 2018
UNICEF works in some of the world’s toughest places, to reach the world’s most disadvantaged children. To save their lives. To defend their rights. To help them fulfill their potential.
Across 190 countries and territories, we work for every child, everywhere, every day, to build a better world for everyone.
And we never give up.
For every child, nurturing Talent
UNICEF Ethiopia has been working in Ethiopia for the last 65 yearssupporting the national and regional efforts towards the progressive realizationof the rights of children and women.
We do this by supporting the achievements of the Growth and Transformation Plan II as well as the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) through our programmes in Health, Nutrition, WASH, Child Protection, Education and Social Policy and Evidence on Social Inclusion.
In addition, UNICEF Ethiopia has been leading the support in humanitarian programmes relentlessly working towards responding to emergency needs.
Providing timely and quality support in identifying and nurturing the best talent to help deliver UNICEF Ethiopia's mandate is at theheart of the Human Resources Team's goal.
How can you make a difference?
Under the general guidance of the Human Resources Manager, the selected candidate will work with a team of HR practitioners and support the management of the Human Resources function in Ethiopia Country Office. As a strategic business partner, the selected candidate will provide guidance and support to managers and their staff to attract and retain an agile, diverse and motivated workforce that will contribute to the achievement of Ethiopia country office strategic objectives and UNICEF strategic goals.
Key Expected Results
1- Strategic Partnering to establish and maintain effective working relationships with all stakeholders
Engage with key stakeholders in the Country office to identify their business needs and partner with Regional office and headquarters Centre of Expertise (CoE) to provide sustainable and affordable Human Resources solutions that are in accordance with the UN staff rules and UNICEF policies and procedures
2- Strategic HR Planning and Management
HR management and strategy planning are effectively supported by sound technical analysis, and office management and planning processes. Strategy guidance and technical support for HR planning and management is always available to management. Local implementation of /regional /country level HR strategy is effectively undertaken in coordination with the Regional Office and HQ Divisions.
New trends, priorities, requirements, and strategic HR plans are identified and incorporated through participation in Country Programme Strategy Review, Regional Management Team Meetings, and Global workshops, as appropriate.
3- Inter-agency Cooperation, Networking and Partnerships
Ensure active coordination of HR initiatives with other agencies. Maintain effective and steady communication or working relations with UN agencies to seek harmonization. Support common strategies and approaches for enhancement of the HR reform within the UN Common system.
4- Recruitment, Selection and Placement
Through strategic partnerships with line managers, develop and/or implement job designs and staffing strategies that takes into consideration retention of high performing staff and attract new talent to ensure timely filling of vacancies with diverse, with a particular emphasis on diversity and quality candidates to deliver UNICEF strategic goals and objectives in an equitable, transparent, efficient and consistent manner.
5- Emergency and Staff Security
Emergency preparedness and emergency rapid responses are established and ensured. Emergencies affecting staff are promptly and properly investigated and appropriate coordinated actions are swiftly undertaken.
6- Policy Implementation and HR Administration
Ensure equity, transparency and consistency are demonstrated in the interpretation, determination, implementation, and administration of UN staff rules, HR policy, procedures and guidelines. Through partnership with the Regional office and the Global Shared Services Centre (GSSC) in Budapest, ensure all HR activities related to the implementation of staff benefits and entitlements, including contracts management and separations are conducted and communicated in a systematic, timely, equitable, and transparent manner.
7- Performance Management and Career Development
Guide managers and staff on all aspects of performance management, and career development, including the management of underperformance. Through the implementation of organization performance and career development programs, provide support to managers to provide continuous timely feedback and effective coaching and mentoring to their staff to close performance gaps, and acquire/strengthen skills, knowledge and abilities. Provide support to staff by sharing information and tools that will help them to drive their performance and career development goals.
8- Management Excellence in the Office
Management excellence and integrity, gender equality and gender equity are promoted and enhanced through measurable accountability and demonstrated leadership in HR management of the office.
9- Staff and Management Relations
Communication between management and staff are clear, and sound relations between management and staff are effectively established and maintained.
To qualify as an Human Resources champion for every child you will have
  An Advanced university degree (Masters) in Human Resources, Business Administration, International Relations, Social Sciences, Psychology or related areas.
*A first University Degree in a relevant field combined with 2 additional years of professional experience may be accepted in lieu of an Advanced University Degree
  A minimum of five (5) years of relevant professional work experience in strategic HR management and staff development at the national and international levels.
  Fluency in English is required.
For every Child, you demonstrate
UNICEF’s core values of Commitment, Diversity and Integrity and core competencies in Communication, Working with People and Drive for Results.
The technical competencies required for this post are
  Analyzing
  Applying Technical Expertise
  Formulating Strategies & Concepts
  Leading and Supervising
  Planning and Organizing
View our competency framework at
UNICEF is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce, and encourages all candidates, irrespective of gender, religious and ethnic backgrounds, including persons living with disabilities, to apply to become a part of the organization.
Remarks:
*This post is open to Ethiopian Nationals only
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted and advance to the next stage of the selection process.
HOW TO APPLY:
UNICEF is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce, and encourages qualified female and male candidates from all national, religious and ethnic backgrounds, including persons living with disabilities, to apply to become a part of our organization. To apply, click on the following link http://www.unicef.org/about/employ/?job=510697


GOAL Ethiopia Vacancy : Assistant Country Director-Programmes

GOAL Ethiopia

Assistant Country Director-Programmes
Closing date: 24 Feb 2018
ABOUT GOAL IN ETHIOPIA
GOAL has been working in Ethiopia for over 30 years, towards ensuring the poorest and most vulnerable, and those affected by humanitarian crises have access to the fundamental rights of life, including but not limited to adequate shelter, food, water and sanitation, healthcare and education. GOAL Ethiopia implements a range of multi-sectoral development, resilience and humanitarian responses, targeting refugees, internally displaced communities, vulnerable chronically poor pastoralist and rural small holder farmers, street-connected children and youth, and communities affected by humanitarian and sudden onset emergencies – primarily drought, flooding, disease and conflict. GOAL works closely with communities and local Government, addressing issues of poverty, building capacity to respond to shocks and stresses, and helping to prevent and mitigate the impact of disasters.
The programme has a strong focus on the nutrition, health, WASH, food security, and economic development sectors, incorporating aspects of resilience building, systems strengthening, behavior change and inclusion within our approaches. Gender and child protection are mainstreamed throughout all programming. Accountability to communities, project participants and all stakeholders is an integral element of all responses. GOAL Ethiopia operates a country-wide response, currently operational in Oromiya, Somali, Afar, Gambella, SNNP and Addis Ababa.
GOAL envisages a world where poverty and hunger no longer exist, where communities are resilient and prepared for seasonal shocks, where structural and cultural barriers to growth are removed and where every man, woman and child, has equal right and access to resources and opportunities.
GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF THE ROLE AND OBJECTIVES
The objective of the ACDP role is to provide overall leadership, management and strategic vision in programme implementation and expansion of the GOAL Ethiopia. The ACDP is a key member of GOAL Ethiopia’s senior management team, with significant input to strategic development and decision making processes, as well as realization of strategic and programmatic objectives. Working closely with the Country Director, the ACD will have a key role in determining future strategies and will also be heavily involved in the planning of any new activities.
She/he is primarily responsible to oversee the timely and quality implementation of emergency, humanitarian and development responses across the country, ensuring that GOAL Ethiopia’s projects respond to the needs on the ground and achieve stated objectives and results, and are comply with all reporting and implementation rules and requirements.
In addition, the ACDP will be responsible for ensuring harmonization of GOAL Ethiopia’s programme departments, ensuring complementary responses, integration of emergency and development sectoral responses, linking emergency and development activities, and mainstreaming of cross-cutting issues.
The ACDP will be responsible for the development and humanitarian response programme, functionally overseeing the technical sector coordinators, field programme managers, monitoring and evaluation team, and grants and communications staff, while working closely with the Refugee Programme Manager. The ACDP will work closely both with well-motivated and experienced managers in the field and at head office supporting GOAL programmes.
GOAL has an ambitious expansionist strategy and the ACDP is responsible for overseeing the development and submission of Donor proposals including consortium applications. A significant element of the ACDP role will be to build GOAL’s reputation with key Donors and partners, and develop GOAL’s portfolio of long-term development funding.
In additional to overseeing the programmatic, strategic and technical elements of operations, the ACDP will work closely with all departments and is expected to have a clear understanding of all facets of operations, including finance, logistics, HR, procurement, and Donor compliance, to ensure programmes are in line with Government, Donor, and GOAL rules and regulations.
The holder of this post must possess strong leadership skills with the ability to maintain a broad perspective. She/he will undertake innovative approaches, be agile in the conceptualization of new programme ideas and will be well versed in strategic thinking and planning. She/he will also have ability to juggle multiple priorities under tight deadlines, and to calmly and diplomatically deal with unexpected events impacting programme operations. The ideal candidate will be familiar with market systems-based programmes, concepts of behavior change and inclusion, and will demonstrate cultural knowledge and sensitivity, while also demonstrating skills and ability to build and maintain partnerships with international organizations and private sector partners. The ACDP must have strong interpersonal skills, have strong personnel management capacities, and an ability to communicate and manage expectations of many stakeholders.
KEY RESPONSIBILITIES
Programme Delivery and Design
  • Provide leadership and strategic direction in the design and delivery of GOAL Ethiopia’s programmes
  • Oversee the strategic, programmatic and technical elements of the country programme and ensure projects are well designed, delivered on time and on budget, are appropriately monitored and evaluated and delivered as expected.
  • Ensure solid understanding of the needs, challenges and priorities of the current programme within the Ethiopian operational context as well as understanding the opportunities and priorities in alignment with Government of Ethiopia’s Growth and Transformation Agenda, Humanitarian Response Documents, and other relevant Government strategies
  • Ensure that GOAL is delivering to our communities in an integrated and unified way, which involves leading regular and appropriate forums for information exchange across and between programme sectors, and effective grant and programme planning and management.
  • Ensure GOAL programmes effectively mainstream key elements of Gender, Child Protection, HIV and Environment, and Accountability
  • Oversee the M&E function to ensure strong monitoring and evaluation of projects and programmes, conduct learning reviews on a periodic basis and share and integrate learning into current and future interventions.
  • Working closely with the technical team and field programme managers to design high quality programmes that effectively respond to the needs while supporting sustainable exit strategies.
  • Working closely with GOAL’s global Technical Team in the design of responses
Programme Growth and Strategic Direction
  • In conjunction with the Country Director, develop a Donor strategy, and regularly monitor Donor opportunities and their fit with GOAL capabilities and priorities for development of key Donors
  • Provide leadership and strategic direction within the GOAL Ethiopia programme
  • Support the Country Director in the development of a 5-year Country Strategic Plan
  • Ensure harmonization and integration of the humanitarian response and development programmes
Line Management and Staff Capacity Building
  • Management of the Programme Department Heads responsible for management of technical team, project implementation, field programme managers, monitoring & evaluation, and grants and communications
  • Support the development of in-country expertise in each sector and supporting a national staff capacity building Mentoring of staff will be a key element of the role.
  • Ensure GOAL policies and procedures for programme management are known and are being implemented
  • Deputising the Country Director when needed
Proposal Writing & Reporting
  • Lead on proposal development, coordination and management of the entire process and ensure high quality submission on time. Management of the proposal process will include proposal writing, editing, as well as co-ordination between various departments within GOAL Ethiopia, between GOAL Ethiopia and GOAL’s HQ, and other stakeholders, including implementing partners, Donors, and community and/or Government
  • Grant management including participating in project opening and closing meetings, Donor reporting and seeking of necessary approvals from Donors as result of changes in operating environment
  • Programme update reporting to HQ and ad hoc reporting on programme updates as required
Financial Management and Compliance
  • Budget management, work in collaboration with the Finance Team and Field Programme Managers to ensure to ensure strong financial management of programme budgets
  • Development of proposal budgets in collaboration with the Finance team, ensuring appropriate resources are built into the budget process,
  • Compliance, work in collaboration with the Compliance Department and Internal Audit to ensure compliance with Donor, Government, and GOAL policies.
Communications and Representation
  • Represent GOAL with Government partners, regional and local authorities, Donors, local and international partners, sector clusters, humanitarian coordination fora, and sectoral clusters, at all levels of project implementation in collaboration with and as determined by the CD
  • Actively participate in the Strategic Planning process and with the Senior Management Team to provide overall leadership and direction to the program
  • Support in the development of policies aimed at improving quality and efficiency of the programme
  • Support the communications and technical sector coordinators in the development of publicity materials, including project and programme brochures, case studies, capacity statements and press releases in collaboration with the CD
  • Actively participate in Donor, HQ, Government, and media visits to field sites
  • Be a key liaison and focal point for communications going to and from GOAL’s HQ in Dublin.
Other
  • Ensure logistics, procurement, HR and finance protocols are followed by all programmes team members, and collaborate closely with Internal Audit and Compliance staff to ensure the integration of compliance concerns into the work of the programme department
  • Ensure appropriate HR planning, training, and resource allocation as required for the successful implementation of programme objectives, including appropriate support personnel at GOAL’s field sites
  • Carry out other duties as requested by the Country Director
Requirements
  • At least five years at a senior management level with demonstrable ability to lead a team of technical and support staff overseeing a large and complex programme
  • At least five years’ overseas professional experience in development or humanitarian contexts – preferably in Africa
  • Post-graduate degree in development, humanitarian, management or relevant discipline
  • Leadership skills and strategic vision, with the ability to guide a large team in reaching GOAL Ethiopia’s strategic and programmatic objectives
  • Excellent presentation, oral, and writing skills in English is an absolute essential – the ACDP will be responsible for the preparation, writing and submission of high-quality proposals and reports in English, as well as extensive communication with Donors, HQ, and partners in English.
  • Strong communication, networking and relationship management skills are essential. The holder of this post must develop and nurture relationships across a wide spectrum of stakeholders (Government, Donors, INGOs and local NGOs, academic bodies, private sector entities and relevant local civil society etc.)
  • Demonstrated ability to secure emergency and/or long-term development funding from international Donors, with strong proposal writing and reporting capacity
  • Experience overseeing the implementation of emergency and/or development projects funded by key institutional Donors including OFDA, ECHO, EU, DFID and UN Agencies
  • Demonstrable previous experience in programme planning, budgeting, implementation and review with robust management skills, and the ability to effectively and proactively manage a complex portfolio of projects and deliverables from various sectors and units within GOAL
  • Demonstrated analytical and conceptual skills
  • Ability to quickly reprioritize activities and prioritize and management of your time based on the importance and urgency of tasks
  • Good team player, flexible and capable of working with an international country team.
  • Motivated, enthusiastic with a positive can-do attitude. The ideal candidate will be an inspirational leader within his/her team.
  • Good computer skills, including familiarity with Microsoft Word and Excel. Ability to use online Donor grant management systems
  • Sensitive to cross cutting issues and approaches such as gender, HIV/ADIS, child protection, accountability, resilience, inclusion and behavior change.
  • Strong financial capacity
Highly Desirable
  • Experience and knowledge of market system strengthening and a working knowledge of M4P methodologies will be a strong advantage
  • Previous experience working with private sector organizations within a development /humanitarian context
  • Strong technical knowledge in one of more of the following sectors: health, nutrition, WASH, food security, economic development, cash-transfer programming
  • Comprehensive understanding of resilience, behavior change and inclusion approaches.
  • Ethiopia-specific experience in working in the development sector
The ACDP will be available 24/7 by telephone, and regularly check e-mails, including outside of work hours. The work requires approximately 30% of travel to the field including to the very remote sites. Ability and willingness to travel to locations outside Addis Ababa is a must.
The ACDP will familiarize her/himself with GOAL and Donor compliance issues, organizational rules and regulations, GOAL’s Code of Conduct and Wrongdoing Policies (including Conflict of Interest, Whistleblowing, Anti-fraud) and any other policies, procedures, guidelines, rules and regulations in place, and implement accordingly in area of responsibility.
This Job Description only serves as a guide for the position available and the role is not only limited to the above list. GOAL reserves the right to change, revise, omit, and add in part /in whole this document any time without giving any reason thereof.
Our package includes a competitive salary, shared accommodation, health and travel insurance and 20 days annual leave. Additional benefits are available after 12 months of service. Salary range for this role is € 43,000 to 49,000.
GOAL has a Staff Code of Conduct and a Child Protection Policy, which have been developed to ensure the maximum protection of programme participants and children from exploitation. GOAL also has a confidentiality policy ensuring the non-disclosure of any information whatsoever relating to the practices and business of GOAL, acquired in the course of duty, to any other person or organisation without authority, except in the normal execution of duty. Any candidate offered a job with GOAL will be expected to adhere to these policies any job offer made is also subject to police clearance. GOAL is an equal opportunities employer.
This Job Description only serves as a guide for the position available. GOAL reserves the right to change this document. Any published closing dates are estimated. Due to the nature of GOAL’s work we aim to fill vacancies as quickly as possible. This means that we will close adverts as soon as we have found the right candidate and this may be before the published closing date. We would therefore advise interested applicants to submit an application as early as possible.
HOW TO APPLY:

Director, Finance Vacancy at Ethiopian Agricultural Transformation Agency

Director, Finance

Ethiopian Agricultural Transformation Agency

Closing date: 10 Feb 2018
Vacancy Announcement
ETHIOPIAN AGRICULTURAL TRANSFORMATION AGENCY
Position: Director, Finance
Term of Employment: Fixed
Duty Station(s): Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Required Number: One
Salary & Benefits: Competitive
Application Deadline: Feb 10, 2018
BACKGROUND:
The Agricultural Transformation Agency (ATA) has been established by the Government of Ethiopia (GoE) to identify and address systemic bottlenecks to Ethiopia’s agricultural development. The Agency does this through problem-solving, implementation support, and capacity building of stakeholders involved in implementation of interventions that address the systemic bottlenecks. The Agency reports to the Ministry of Agriculture and Natural Resources Development and is Secretary to the Transformation Council chaired by the Prime Minister.
The programmatic focus of the Agency responds to a core set of needs identified by the Ministry of Agriculture and Natural Resources Development and the Transformation Council. Within the Agency, issues are divided into four different pillars: Crops & Natural Resources which includes Inputs and Plant Protection, Soil Health & Fertility, Irrigation and Drainage, and Mechanization; Cross Cutting Initiatives, which includes Inclusive Growth, Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation, and Planning and MLE; Livestock, which includes Animal Health and Genetic Improvement and Feed & Feeding; and Agribusiness and Markets including Market Development, Rural Finance, ICT, and Private Sector. In addition, the Agricultural Commercialization Clusters Initiative is another critical focus area for the Agency. Across the programs, the ATA engages public, private and non-governmental stakeholders to support strategic planning, manage and strengthen implementation capacity and test innovative models.
Our Culture
We have an exceptional team of highly competent employees with a proven track record of success in managing complex activities and achieving transformational results. Our culture is one where talented, dedicated and adaptable individuals are committed to doing their best and exhibit great team work to achieve excellent results.
At ATA, we provide an exceptional platform for people who want to achieve their highest potential and make ameaningful contribution in changing the country’s agricultural sector. We offer rewarding work in a young, fast-paced growing organization with passionate, committed, motivated colleagues and excellent career development and training. We recognize our most valuable assets are our staff and are committed to providing our employees with the tools, training and mentorships necessary to achieve their career goals.
POSITION SUMMARY:
The Finance Director will be responsible for ensuring that the finance and financial administration functions are implemented efficiently and cost-effectively and provide adequate support to the CEO and Senior Directors. She/he is responsible for monitoring the development and utilization of budget and preparing financial reports as per the organization reporting timeline and need of partners. The Director ensures legal and regulatory compliance for all accounting and financial related function. The Director of finance also oversees cost and general accounting, accounts receivable/collection and payroll and risk management.
This position will officially report to Senior Director, Operations. ESSENTIAL DUTIES:
  • Provides strategic financial management and leadership, ensuring appropriate systems, procedures and internal controls are in place to support the continued growth of program needs.
  • Developing and successfully implementing a strategy for Finance aligned with organizational objectives;
  • Develops an annual budget with input from and in consultation with the Senior Directors, monitor the budget utilization in order to ensure effective utilization and value for money;
  • Establishes the priorities and focus of team members on priorities in order to meet the need of the program which is expanding;
  • Establishes strong finance team which enable to effectively implement all key finance functions, produce concise, comprehensive and high quality management information;
  • Manage the performance and development of the finance team and ensure quality and timely delivery;
  • Develops management information reporting systems and provide timely financial reports to senior managers;
  • Ensures compliance of donor requirements, policies and procedures across the organization; provide guidance and training on donor requirements, policies and procedures to finance and non-finance programme teams;
  • Closely monitor the donor reporting schedule and the programme business cycle to ensure timely and accurate financial donor reports are prepared & submitted consistent with narrative reports.
  • Work with other team members to manage the preparation of financial reports of donors.
  • Ensure a complete audit trail from primary documentation to the accounting system for accurate and rapid donor reporting and general record keeping.
  • Maintain current knowledge of the government requirements related to financial matters and ensures compliance with tax regulations and other legal requirements;
  • Supervise all project bank account activities including negotiation of fees, interest and currency exchange rates;
  • Establish policies regarding cash holding limits, cash movements and foreign currency holdings;
  • Design, implement, and monitor systems, procedures and reporting necessary to maintain on current basis accurate forecasts of cash requirements for meeting future spending, including commitments entered into and which obligate the project to future spending;
  • Regularly monitor spending and review projects with Senior Management Team;
  • Ensure that appropriate and effective internal control system is in place and regularly review;
  • Closely work with leadership and management teams to enhance staff competencies in finance, financial administration and donor reporting & compliance;
  • Donor and regulatory agency liaison: conducting continuing dialogue with actual and potential funding sources and government regulatory bodies;
  • Ensure that partners’/client’s financial policies and practices comply with requirements under the Federal law of Ethiopia;
  • Responsible for liaison with external bodies and with legislative authorities related to finance;
  • Ensure balance sheet reconciliations are completed monthly and on a timely basis and review final reconciliations and trial balances
  • Supervise the collection of contractual and other receivables.
REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:
  • Master’s degree in Accounting, Financial Management, Accounting and Finance and related fields;
  • Minimum 10 years relevant experience in a senior team leadership role in an international agency;
  • Proven ability to manage the overall work process of a finance unit by ensuring effective work assignments, supervision and development to ensure availability of competent and well-motivated staff;
  • Critical thinking, well organized, analytical, and determined to follow through;
  • Good knowledge of Financial Management and Accounting;
  • Certification in Accounting is an advantage;
  • Demonstrated ability in problem solving, priority setting, planning and delegation;
  • Detailed knowledge of the Ethiopian financial laws, regulation and procedures;
  • Familiarity with donor funded projects and project reporting is essential;
  • Excellent knowledge of accounting software’s;
  • Excellent computer skills with knowledge of office software packages ;
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills in English and Amharic.
  • Ability to work in a very busy environment and good in stress management
HOW TO APPLY:
APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS
We invite all candidates meeting the required qualifications to submit (i) a cover letter, (ii) CV (maximum 5 pages), and (iii) a completed ATA Application Form at http://apply.ata.gov.et.
Please note that CVs, cover letter and other application materials WILL NOT be considered unless accompanied by a fully completed ATA Application Form. Also, please DO NOT submit scans of certificates with your application form.
Women are highly encouraged to apply.

NB. Only short listed candidates will be contacted.

Director, Inclusive Growth Job at ETHIOPIAN AGRICULTURAL TRANSFORMATION AGENCY


Closing date: 10 Feb 2018
Vacancy Announcement
ETHIOPIAN AGRICULTURAL TRANSFORMATION AGENCY
Position: Director, Inclusive Growth
Term of Employment: Fixed
Duty Station(s): Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Required Number: One
Salary & Benefits: Competitive
Application Deadline: Feb 10, 2018
BACKGROUND:
The Agricultural Transformation Agency (ATA) has been established by the Government of Ethiopia (GoE) to identify and address systemic bottlenecks to Ethiopia’s agricultural development. The Agency does this through problem-solving, implementation support, and capacity building of stakeholders involved in implementation of interventions that address the systemic bottlenecks. The Agency reports to the Ministry of Agriculture and Natural Resources Development and is Secretary to the Transformation Council chaired by the Prime Minister.
The programmatic focus of the Agency responds to a core set of needs identified by the Ministry of Agriculture and Natural Resources Development and the Transformation Council. Within the Agency, issues are divided into four different pillars: Crops & Natural Resources which includes Inputs and Plant Protection, Soil Health & Fertility, Irrigation and Drainage, and Mechanization; Cross Cutting Initiatives, which includes Inclusive Growth, Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation, and Planning and MLE; Livestock, which includes Animal Health and Genetic Improvement and Feed & Feeding; and Agribusiness and Markets including Market Development, Rural Finance, ICT, and Private Sector. In addition, the Agricultural Commercialization Clusters Initiative is another critical focus area for the Agency. Across the programs, the ATA engages public, private and non-governmental stakeholders to support strategic planning, manage and strengthen implementation capacity and test innovative models.
Our Culture
We have an exceptional team of highly competent employees with a proven track record of success in managing complex activities and achieving transformational results. Our culture is one where talented, dedicated and adaptable individuals are committed to doing their best and exhibit great team work to achieve excellent results.
At ATA, we provide an exceptional platform for people who want to achieve their highest potential and make ameaningful contribution in changing the country’s agricultural sector. We offer rewarding work in a young, fast-paced growing organization with passionate, committed, motivated colleagues and excellent career development and training. We recognize our most valuable assets are our staff and are committed to providing our employees with the tools, training and mentorships necessary to achieve their career goals.
POSITION SUMMARY:
The Director, Inclusive Growth is a leadership level position reporting to the Senior Advisor to the CEO on Crosscutting Initiatives. He/she will be responsible for the coordination and strategic direction of the ATA’s overall activities linked to inclusive agricultural growth, particularly in terms of ensuring gender equality and realizing opportunities for youth. He/she will also be responsible for the promotion of nutrition sensitive agriculture within Ethiopia’s agricultural transformation. Specific activities will include the strategic integration of relevant issues into ATA’s policy dialogue, strategy development and analytical work as well as its programmatic interventions. The director will coordinate ATA’s interaction with relevant governmental and non-governmental institutions for collaboration in moving forward the agenda on inclusive growth and nutrition sensitive agriculture. The director will also oversee design and implementation of gender, youth, and nutrition specific ATA implemented projects (as appropriate).
ESSENTIAL DUTIES:
1. Strategic integration of inclusive growth and nutrition sensitive agriculture issues into ATA’s work
· The Director, Inclusive Growth will lead a team of senior technical experts on gender, youth employment/development and nutrition sensitive agriculture to review and update and/or develop an approach for strategically integrating issues of inclusive agriculture growth and nutrition sensitive agriculture into the current Agricultural Transformation Agenda and in the context of GTP 3.
· Based on an agreed upon strategic approach for addressing inclusive agriculture growth and nutrition sensitive agriculture, he/she will coordinate technical input to Knowledge Centers, ATA project teams, the Core Analytics team and the Communications team as they develop thought pieces, studies, policy briefs, strategies, publications, in-depth analytical work, communications briefing materials, etc.; and, as they design and implement projects.
· He/she will also oversee and guide the implementation of interventions within the Agricultural Commercialization Cluster (ACC) initiative to achieve the following five key objectives:
  • at the farm level, reducing productivity gaps (where they exists) of women and youth headed HHs; and, where opportunities for non-farm employment exist, addressing challenges particularly for youth to engage in rural non-farm activities;
  • enhanced outreach of services and required inputs to ensure that all active farming HH members are supported (particularly women)
  • promoting greater youth and women's membership in cooperatives and other membership groups with enhanced roles in decision making; and,
  • Promoting enhanced participation of women and youth in contract farming arrangements.
  • Enhanced nutrition sensitive agricultural practices within the ACC
  • He/she will support ATA’s Performance Management Unit (PMU) to identify key gender/youth/nutrition related progress indicators as well as to assess and report on progress on inclusive growth and nutrition sensitivity in relation to Ethiopia’s agricultural transformation.
  • He/she will lead the development of “do no harm” principles and social safeguards, and ensure that they are incorporated into initiatives of the ATA.
  • He/she will lead the development of capacity building initiatives for the ATA and public sector staff (particularly MOANR and MOLF) in regards to issues related to inclusive growth and nutrition sensitive agriculture.
2. Engage with relevant governmental and non-governmental institutions to move forward the agenda on inclusive growth and nutrition sensitive agriculture as part of Ethiopia’s agricultural transformation
  • He/she will coordinate analytical and technical input to the development of a roadmap for the operationalization of the gender in agriculture, rural employment opportunity and nutrition sensitive agriculture strategies of the MoANR and MoLF.
  • In consultation with stakeholders, he /she will identify and design relevant transformation agenda deliverables for implementation as ATA projects as per ATA project development guidelines.
  • He/she will oversee the implementation of any inclusive growth and nutrition sensitive agriculture related project approved by ATA’s senior management
General
  • Drawing on existing policy networks and learning’s from innovation in Ethiopia and globally on inclusive growth and nutrition sensitive agriculture, the Director will integrate and leverage this knowledge in all of the ATA’s program activities.
  • He/she will build a genuinely collaborative engagement with key stakeholders (government, NGO’s, civil society, universities, initiatives, farmers, donors, etc.) to identify and prioritize actions on inclusive growth and nutrition sensitive agriculture in the context of agricultural transformation in Ethiopia
  • He/she will serve as the leader of the Inclusive Growth, responsible for the overall direction and management of the team’s work. He/she will provide high caliber team management, coaching and support to ensure a high performance team, prepare and manage the team’s budget; and, ensure timely reporting to senior management on team activities.
  • He/she will serve as a thought leader on inclusive growth and nutrition sensitive agriculture to enhance ATA’s work and, where appropriate, seek external peer review and counsel on ATA’s approaches
  • He/she will lead relevant discussions and constructive dialogue as necessary and represent ATA at relevant fora.
  • He/she will regularly report to the Senior Advisor on Crosscutting Issues, and to the CEO on progress, challenges and constraints of work
  • It is expected that the Director, Inclusive Growth will understand cultural and political dimensions of stakeholders and their impact on recommendations being made related to cross cutting issues of gender, youth and nutrition sensitive agriculture
  • He/she will demonstrate depth of expertise and share experience within and outside of the ATA in the areas of gender, youth and nutrition sensitive agriculture and use knowledge to enrich and guide problem-solving with teams and external stakeholders.
REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:
  • Masters’ degree in a related field is required; PhD degree is preferred
  • At least 10 years of relevant, professional experience working on gender issues in a development context, preferably in Ethiopia, at a leadership role
  • Expertise in strategic gender planning, gender analysis, gender mainstreaming, gender budgeting, and gender-sensitive indicators
  • Knowledge of best practices and lessons learned in designing and implementing gender approaches in specific sector work
  • Understanding of Ethiopia’s agricultural system, with a broad perspective on how the entire system operates and how public, private and informal actors operate within the system
  • Experience with civil society and governance structures at the national, regional and local authority level preferred
  • Demonstrated ability to take initiative in solving problems, manage multiple projects effectively (prioritizing and sequencing both programmatic and operation activities), think analytically and ensure the team delivers outputs on schedule
  • Practical experience in piloting and scaling up relevant solutions at the local level.
  • Strong leader with outstanding management skills and experience
  • Excellent analytical, leadership, and data gathering skills
  • Ability to work under pressure and in a constantly evolving and challenging environment
  • Ability to build relationships with all kinds of people and influence them
  • Exceptional writing and communication skills, for a diverse range of audiences to listen and help others understand complex ideas; ability to write coherent and analytical reports is required
  • Strong computer skills (Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point, Outlook)
  • Fluency in English is essential. Fluency in at least Amharic and/or one additional Ethiopian language is a plus
HOW TO APPLY:
APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS
We invite all candidates meeting the required qualifications to submit (i) a cover letter, (ii) CV (maximum 5 pages), and (iii) a completed ATA Application Form at http://apply.ata.gov.et.
Please note that CVs, cover letter and other application materials WILL NOT be considered unless accompanied by a fully completed ATA Application Form. Also, please DO NOT submit scans of certificates with your application form.
Women are highly encouraged to apply.
NB. Only short listed candidates will be contacted. ist

Consultant - UMCs (Unaccompanied Migrant Children) Vacancy at International Organization for Migration

Consultant - UMCs (Unaccompanied Migrant Children)

Jobs at International Organization for Migration

Closing date: 16 Feb 2018
Call for Application - Consultancy Service
Position Title: Consultant - UMCs (Unaccompanied Migrant Children)
Vacancy Code: CFA/0002/2018
Duty Station: Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, with travel (in country and out of the country)
Open to: National/International Consultants
Duration of the Assignment: 6 to 8 weeks
Estimated Start Date : As soon as possible
Closing Date February 16, 2018
Established in 1951, IOM is the leading inter-governmental organization in the field of migration and works closely with governmental, intergovernmental and non-governmental partners. IOM is dedicated to promoting humane and orderly migration for the benefit of all. It does so by providing services and advice to governments and migrants.
Context and Scope
Under the overall supervision of IOM’s Special Liaison Office’s Chief of Mission (CoM), and direct supervision of the Regional Mixed Migration Programme Phase VIII (RMMP VIII) Programme Coordinator, IOM is seeking to hire a consultant to conduct a study that aims at analyzing the situation of Unaccompanied Migrant Children (UMCs)in Djibouti, Ethiopia, and Somalia by contrasting a selection of case studies with the national legal framework to identify legislative gaps and policies, and map available services according to international protection standards, and develop recommendations to enhance the protection of Unaccompanied Migrant Children in the three countries. The selected countries represent sending, receiving and transit countries due to their geographical position and the regional political context. The three countries are involved in the AU-Horn of Africa Initiative and in the Regional Technical Meeting organized through the Regional Mixed Migration Programme (RMMP).
It is envisaged that this consultancy will be conducted in collaboration with UNICEF under the overall framework of the Regional Annual Activity Plan.
The study will be implemented within the framework of the Regional Mixed Migration Programme for the Horn of Africa and the Gulf of Aden/Yemen: Improving Protection of Migrants Phase VIII”, funded by the US State Department’s Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration (PRM), and supports Outcome 3 of the project: Vulnerable migrants benefit from improved protection, and specifically Output 3.2: Improved child protection guidelines available, including in MRC locations.
Objectives of the research
This study will attempt in a first part to draw a comparative overview of the national legal frameworks related to Unaccompanied Migrant Children on the move in Djibouti, Ethiopia, and Somalia - in the light of International Human Rights Law and specifically international child protection standards. This part will complement the parallel legal and policy analysis to be undertaken under the RMMP.
The second part will present a case studies of Unaccompanied Migrant Children from the three countries focusing on various aspects detention, education, expulsion, reintegration, best interest determination…) to assess the situation of this migrant category, identify their needs and vulnerabilities, point out where the law is not properly enforced, if the laws exist, and identify the policies implemented.
The third part will assess availability and accessibility of services to Unaccompanied Migrant Children, whether nationals or foreign provided through government facilities and Migrant Response Centres. Ultimately the paper will produce a set of recommendations to both state and non-state actors in the field of Unaccompanied Migrant Children protection.
Responsibilities and Accountabilities
The research will be undertaken based on existing literature, documentary research, field research and IOM case data.
It is to be a human rights-based study that aims at analyzing the situation of Unaccompanied Migrant Children in the Djibouti, Ethiopia and Somalia by contrasting a selection of case studies with the national legal framework to identify the gaps and weaknesses of the laws, policies, and services according to international protection standards, and develop recommendations to enhance the protection of Unaccompanied Migrant Children in the region.
The selected countries represent sending, receiving and transit countries due to their geographical position and the regional political context. The three countries are involved in the AU-Horn of Africa Initiative (AU-HoAI) on Trafficking in Persons and Smuggling of Migrants and in the Regional Technical Meeting organized through the RMMP.
Outline:
  1. Legal framework:
International law: an overall rights-based approach:
  • An overview of the set of international and regional legal framework related to Unaccompanied Migrant Children.
  • The legal obligations for Djibouti, Ethiopia and Somalia (which conventions did they ratify? Are there reservations? …)
National laws: a mainly security-based approach:
  • What is the existing legal framework related to Unaccompanied Migrant Children in Djibouti, Ethiopia and Somalia.
  • Situation on the ground:
Presentation and comparison of case studies of Unaccompanied Migrant Children on the move in the three countries with a focus on practices and policies related to best interest determination, detention, integration, medical and psychosocial care in order to identify capacity building needs for service providers.
  1. Available Services:
Mapping of existing services provided by the relevant governments to children, and their accessibility to Unaccompanied Migrant Children. This will also cover established cooperation between the governments, IOM, UNICEF and others and identify capacity building needs for service providers.
  1. Conclusions and Recommendations:
Conclusions:
Recommendations:
  • To the governments
  • To IOM
  • Different stakeholders in the migrants and child’s protection fields.
Expected deliverables
  • An inception report defining clear methodology and timeline of the research;
  • A comprehensive draft report capturing the findings of the study according to the scope of work outlined above;
  • A presentation and handouts for participants of the stakeholder validation workshop;
  • An action plan developed through a key stakeholder workshop for improving child protection in a few selected places
  • A final report after the validation workshop including the action plan developed during the workshop
  • Document consolidating all relevant international, regional and national legal instruments and related national action plans
  • a roadmap on setting up a pilot structure in one of the MRCs (suggested by Tim)
  • Schedule of deliverables to be discussed at the final proposal submission stage.
Timeline
The duration of services performed under these Terms of Reference shall be from six to eight weeks from the signing of agreement.
Desired qualifications
Education
Minimum of postgraduate degree in Law and/or International Law from an accredited academic institution and relevant working experience.
Experience and skills:
  • 7 years of relevant professional working experience in the field
  • Exceptional skills in designing and conducting research studies, with practical experience in research methods;
  • Knowledge of international and regional migration governance structures;
  • Work experience in developing countries, preferably in the Horn of Africa;
  • Experience in working with UN agencies/other international agencies, governments, and other migration stakeholders;
  • Strong writing and analytical skills;
  • Strong interpersonal and communications skills;
  • Fluency in English (both oral and written);
  • Sound and proven understanding of internal and international migration issues in Africa;
  • Experience in programmes for migrants and capacity-building activities;
  • Experience in liaising with governmental and diplomatic authorities as well as with national and international institutions;
  • Knowledge of the region is an advantage.
Languages:
Fluency in spoken and written English and French is required. Knowledge of local languages in the region is an advantage.
HOW TO APPLY:
How to apply:
Interested candidates/firms are invited to submit their applications and CV written in English with photocopies of educational/training certificates via our e-mail address RECADDIS@iom.int, by February 16, 2018 at the latest, referring the position title and vacancy code in the subject line of your email.
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
We strongly encourage qualified women to apply!

Posting period: From 01.02.2018 to 16.02.2018

Vacancies in Ethiopia : Monitoring and Evaluation Officer

Addis Ababa Ethiopian Society Of Sociologists Social Workers and Anthropologists
The Ethiopian Society of Sociologists, Social Workers and Anthropologists (ESSSWA) has been implementing project entitled: “Strengthening Social Services System in Ethiopia (SSSSE)” with a financial and technical support from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). The overall objective of the project is to improve social services provided to HIV and AIDS infected and affected adults, Orphan and Vulnerable Children (OVC) and their families in Ethiopia by strengthening social service delivery system and workforce in four Regional Sates (Tigray, Amhara, Oromiya and SNNP) and Addis Ababa and Dire Dawa City Administrations. ESSSWA is currently looking for competent and qualified candidates to fill the positions stated below. Therefore, interested professionals who fulfill the requirements are hereby invited to apply for these post.

Monitoring and Evaluation Officer (1 full time)

Job Purpose: The M & E Officer is expected to make her/himself familiar with the full range of activities related to social service workforce development program in Ethiopia. And, s/he will be responsible for the coordination, facilitation and overall implementation activities of the project within the project target regions.
Key responsibilities:
  • Facilitate the implementation and management of monitoring evaluation, learning and impact assessment component of the project
  • Develop and use appropriate M&E systems and tools for the workforce program;
  • Keep tracks of project progress on an on-going basis;
  • Prepare progress reports periodically and/or as deemed necessary;
  • Keep documentation of experiences, impacts and lessons learned;
  • Facilitate production of publications for policy influence and information dissemination.
  • Conduct operational research,
  • Conduct monitoring and supervision and compile feedback/reports for decision making,
  • Facilitate the development and implementation of research and assessments and data collection in relation to social service workforce development,
  • provide technical assistance for training institution and para-social workers,
  • Organize and provide training on M & E of workforce development and social services etc
  • Support on the development and revision of M&E tools, training materials, guidelines and procedures
  • Promote compliance to USAID and government policies and procedures with regard to project execution, procurement, property administration and human resource management
  • Actively participate in project design for social service workforce development programs,
  • Support the process of planning, development and implementation of projects/programmes related to social service workforce development
  • Assist the project manager to ensure that project progress reports are submitted to the donor as per the requirements stipulated in the contract agreement.
Qualifications and Skills
  • Preferably Masters Degree in Statistics, Social Work, Sociology, Economics, Management information and/or their combinations.
  • Five years or above experience in Monitoring, evaluation and learning especially in (social service) workforce and work closely with Government and other stakeholders involved in interventions to OVC, HIV/AIDS and related projects,
  • Having M & E experiences in OVC and HIV/AIDS projects funded by USAID is strongly preferred,
  • Demonstrated knowledge and skills in Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning programs/projects focusing on workforce development, victims of HIV/AIDS and Vulnerable Children,
  • Excellent command of written and spoken English
  • Strong analytical and writing skills
  • Demonstrated facilitation skills and ability to present and articulate messages at public meetings, framings and conferences,
  • Ability to take initiatives, solve problems, facilitate team work and smoothly handle overloading and priorities,
  • Motivation and ability to meet deadlines with short notices
  • Proficiency in basic Microsoft Applications, including, word, excel, statistical software, internet. e-mail, etc
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Vacancies in Ethiopia : Senior Internal Auditor | Auditor II | Underwriting Officer II | Secretary Cashier

Addis Ababa Tsehay Insurance S.C.
Tsehay Insurance S.C. is one of the private insurance companies operating in the country. It was established in March 2012 and engaged in all types of general insurance businesses. The company’s head office is located at Merkato, Samale Tera Hulualem business center 7th floor. Our company therefore invites interested and qualified candidates to fill the following vacant positions.

1. Senior Internal Auditor

BA Degree in Accounting
3 years experience in relevant jobs
No. req.: One
Place of work: Addis Ababa

2. Auditor II

BA Degree in Accounting
2 years of Relevant experience
No. req.: One
Place of work: Addis Ababa

3. Underwriting Officer II

BA/BSC Degree in management, accounting, economics, computer science or related field
2 years of Relevant experience
No. req.: Three
Place of work: Addis Ababa

4. Secretary Cashier

College Diploma in Secretarial Science and Office management or Accounting
2 years of Relevant experience
No. req.: One
Place of work: Addis Ababa

5. Driver

10th grade complete and
3rd grade driving license
2 years of Relevant experience
No. req.: Three
Place of work: Addis Ababa

Salary As per the scale of the company with other benefit packages
Terms of employment: permanent
Notice: For position listed under number 1, 2 & 3 those applicants with Insurance experience are highly preferable.
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Vacancies in Ethiopia : Project Coordinator | Agricultural Development Officer

Addis Ababa & Afar Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA)
ADRA Ethiopia is a non-political and not-profit making International Non- Government-Organization working in Ethiopia since 1982 implementing relief and multi-sectoral development projects in different regions of Ethiopia. ADRA works with people in poverty and distress to create positive change and justness through empowering partnerships and responsible action. Currently, ADRA Ethiopia is looking for individuals to fill the following vacant positions for the two project namely (1) “Shebele Resilience Project (SRP) in Gode Woreda of Shabele Zone, Ethiopia Somali Regional State, funded by Denmark government in collaboration with ADRA Denmark (five year project) “and (2)” Aura Food Security Project, in Aura woreda  of Afar Region State” which is funded by BMZ in collaboration with ADRA Germany”( four years project).

1. Project Coordinator

No. req.: 1
Project & Duty Station: Addis Abeba with frequent travel to project areas (Shebele & Others)
Minimum requirements:
  • MSc Degree in Agriculture/ Agriculture Agronomy/ Agriculture Economics and direct related areas of study with 5 years of experience in similar position
  • Ability and willingness to coordination when assigned to discharge multiple project in different locations
  • Adequate experience in livelihood assessment, stakeholder analysis and any agriculture related wok experience in similar region
  • Knowledge of different approaches to the livelihood (like the farmer market school approach, RIPAT model and in grower model)
  • Practical knowledge of Project management cycle
  • Practical experience in pastoral environment
  • Proven success in leading and managing staffs
  • Excellent analytical and strategy skills.
  • Superior communication and writing skills.
  • Fluency in oral and written English
2. Agricultural Development Officer

No. req.: 1
Project & Duty Station: Aura Woreda Afar Region
Minimum requirements:
  • BSc degree in plant science/Rural Development and extension
  • Certified training on farming technologies
  • At least three years experience in rural development and agricultural extension works.
  • Experience in capacity building activities
  • Basic computer skills: Microsoft package
  • NGO experience would be considered
  • Fluent in Afar language is mandatory
  • Standard report writing skills
Salary and Benefits: According to the Agency scale
Duration of the contract: One year with possible extension
Notice:
  • Applicants are required to state clearly the position they apply for and the project location.
  • ADRA Ethiopia will contact only Short listed applicants
  • Application after the dead line will not be considered
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Vacancies in Ethiopia : Branch Managers | Assistant Branch Managers | Personnel Clerk

Various Locations United Bank Sh. Co.
United Bank S.C. invites applicants who meet the following qualification and experience requirements to apply for the following vacant positions

1. Branch Manager, Grade C Branch (Woldia Branch)

BA in Management or Accounting or equivalent
Experience: 2 years as Assistant Branch Manager -Grade B Branch or Senior Accountant or equivalent OR 9 years relevant experience in the banking industry after holding BA

2. Branch Manager- Grade D Branch (Kukufto*)

BA in Management or Accounting or equivalent
Experience: 2 years as Assistant Branch Manager -Grade C Branch or Accountant II or equivalent OR 7 years relevant experience in the banking industry offer holding BA

3. Assistant Branch Manager- Grade C Branch (Welkitie & AseIIa Branches)

BA in Management or Accounting or equivalent
Experience: 2 years as Customer Service Supervisor or Accountant I or equivalent OR 5-years relevant experience in the banking industry after holding BA

4. Assistant Branch Manager-Grade D Branch (Kukufto*)

BA in Management or Accounting or equivalent
Experience: 2 years as Customer Service Officer or Associate Accountant or equivalent OR 3 years relevant experience in the banking industry after holding BA

5. Personnel Clerk (Head Office)

Diploma/ TVET 10+ 3/ Level IV & COC Award in Human Resource Management or Management or equivalent
Experience: 2 years as Personnel Clerk or equivalent after holding Diploma/TVET 10+3/Level IV
  • Kukufto is located 18km away from Mehoni Town
Salary: As per the Bank’s Salary Scale
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Vacancies in Ethiopia : Branch Manager I | Junior Branch Controller | Junior Customer Service Officer (Interest Free Banking)

Various Locations NIB International Bank S.C
Nib International Bank S.C. wishes to invite applicants with the following qualification and work experience

1. Branch Manager I

B.A Degree in Accounting, Finance, Economics, Management, Business Administration, Banking & Finance or related fields of study
6 years of relevant work experience of which 2 years in senior positions
Place of work: Woliso, Kombolcha, Bekoji & Kossie

2. Junior Branch Controller

BA Degree in Accounting, Finance, Economics, Management, Business Administration, Banking & Finance or related fields of study
2 years of relevant work experience (Audit Experience is Mandatory)
Place of work: City & Outlying Branch

3. Junior Customer Service Officer (Interest Free Banking)

B.A Degree in Accounting, Finance, Economics, Management, Business Administration, Banking & Finance or related fields of study
1 year of relevant work experience
Place of work: City & Outlying Branch

Salary: Per the Salary Scale of the Bank and attractive fringe benefits
Deadline: Feb. 15, 2018
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Jobs in Ethiopia : Supply Chain Manager

Supply Chain Manager View Detail Ethio Jobs Vacancy

Jobs in Ethiopia : Senior Accountant

Senior Accountant View Detail Ethio Jobs Vacancy

New Job Vacancy in Ethiopia : Branch Manager, Credit Analyst & Customer Service Supervisor Job Vacancies at Wegagen Bank S.C

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Wegagen Bank Share Company
Wegagen Bank S.C.

1. Branch Manager

Job Purpose: To support the sustainable growth and profitability of the Bank by cross salting the Bank’s products, marketing new products, acquiring and retaining customers instituting continuous improvement for enhanced customer service and operational efficiency In the Branch

Master’s /Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting, Management, Banking & Finance with four(4)/ six (6) years of relevant banking work experience; of which one year of experience should be at supervisory level
Req. No.: 2
Place of work: Gambella & Meti

2. Principal Credit Analyst

Job Purpose: To enhance the quality of the Bank’s loan portfolio and the timeliness and effectiveness of credit decision making by reviewing and ensuring the accuracy of credit analysis report, and ensuring sound customer credit risk grading

Bachelor’s Degree In Economics, Accounting, Management or related field with six (6) years’ of relevant work experience. Awareness of economic trends in the market as well as understanding of the Banking Industry and factors affecting loan performance is required.
Req. No.: 1
Place of work: Bahir Dar District

3. Associate Customer Service Supervisor

Job Purpose: To support the Branch’s affective service delivery to customers and ensure customers me served with a due care and maximum efficiency

Bachelor’s Degree in Economics, Management Business Administration, Accounting, or related field with three (3) year’s of relevant banking work experience
Req. No.: 3
Place of work: Meti, Axum & Weldiya  

How To Apply:

Applicant fulfilling the stated criteria could send their applications with CV and copy of testimonials by mail or submit in person until February 10, 2018 to Human Resource Administration Division, Wegagen Bank S.C., Head Quarter, located at A.A stadium, 12th floor, P.o.Box: 1018, Addis Ababa, Tel. 011 878 76 17

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