Tearfund is hiring a Programme Lead for the country office in Ethiopia.
Tearfund is a UK based, Christian NGO working in over 45 of the poorest countries around the world, to lift people out of poverty, using local partners and churches wherever possible. Key to our success are our values and characteristics, and the dedication and professionalism of Tearfund staff and partners in the countries we work. Tearfund has been working in Ethiopia since the 1970s. Along with our in-country partners, we have supported the establishment and development of more than 20,000 self-help groups (SHGs) across 50 locations in Ethiopia, as a sustainable, holistic approach to fighting poverty.
The Programmes Lead is responsible for leading and managing Tearfund supported development and humanitarian projects with partners. This includes the implementation, monitoring and evaluation of Tearfund and partner project activities. The role is responsible for leading, managing and capacity building team; delivering on quality and accountability commitments, and for ensuring Tearfund policies and procedures are adhered to by staff and partners.
The role is also responsible for supporting partners and country project coordinators, and teams in producing and submitting internal and external narrative and financial reports to donors, government and Tearfund strategic partners.
Do you want to use your skills to truly make a difference, by putting your faith into action? Are you experienced in Multi sector project management and implementation, strategic planning, monitoring and evaluation of project activities, staff development and capacity building, designing and conducting market assessments, proven team management in humanitarian environments, successful experience of project cycle management, Proven experience of operating in insecure environments. Are you fluent in Amharic and English and do you have the right to live and work in Ethiopia?
If the above describes you, have a look at the attached Job Profile and do apply. This is a national position based in Ethiopia and the Annual basic salary is set at Birr 848,988.- Applicants who have the right to live and work in Ethiopia will be considered for this position.
The recruitment process includes specific checks related to safeguarding issues. In addition, personal identification information will be submitted against a Watchlist database to check against criminal convictions as a counter-terror measure.
How to apply:
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