Category Archives: Administrative/Secretarial Jobs in Ethiopia

Data Entry Clerk at Catholic Relief Services – CRS

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Job Description

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

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

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

 As part of the CRS family, you will join the more than 5000 strong and vibrant individuals working globally to accomplish the mission of CRS. CRS/Ethiopia invites you, the qualified candidate, to apply for the following position;

Job Summary:

As a member of the DFSA MEAL team, you will monitor and report on all project activities in support of Catholic Relief Services’ (CRS) work serving the poor and vulnerable. Your thorough and service-oriented approach will ensure that the project consistently applies best practices and constantly works towards improving the impact of its benefits to those we serve.

Job Responsibilities:

  •  Received documents for data entry from DFSA operational woredas and ensure the paper document is organized before and after data entry.
  • Travel to the DFSA operational area to ensure completeness and quality of forms, and organizing data in the office before actual entry.
  • Enter quality data into DFSA MIS systems at the time speedy, conduct routine data cleaning and appropriate update.
  • Entering data into database software and check to ensure the accuracy of the data that has been inputted, and continuously update progress on data entry.
  • Maintains data entry requirements and procedures of the project MIS system set for all types of digital forms.
  • Maintain confidentiality of project data and other information and secures information by completing and synchronizing data to the server.
  • Perform other program duties as per the supervisors’ instructions.

 Job Requirements

Typical Background, Experience & Requirements:

Education and Experience

  • Completion of College Diploma or 1st Degree (Social or Natural Science)
  • 3 years of relevant experience for a college diploma
  • Previous proven experience in data entry and data collection using ICT technologies and data collection platforms.
  •  Experience in MS Office package (Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Visio) and information management systems. Proficient in Word.

Personal Skills

  •  Good time management skills with the ability to work on multiple tasks
  • Strong customer service orientation with good communication and interpersonal skills
  • Proactive, resourceful, solutions-oriented and results-oriented

 Required/Desired Foreign Language; English

Travel Required (5 – 10% travel to project operational areas)

 Key Working Relationships:

Supervisory: MEAL Senior project officer

Internal: DFSA MEAL Manager, ICT4D SPO, SPO database administration, DFSA Accountability Officer; CRS Ethiopia MEAL Manager and

External:  Implementing partner organizations, Government staff managing respective MIS, other organizations working in ICT4D

 Agency-wide Competencies (for all CRS Staff):

These are rooted in the mission, values, and guiding principles of CRS and used by each staff member to fulfill his or her responsibilities and achieve the desired results.

  •  Trusting Relationships
  •  Professional Growth
  •  Partnership
  • Accountability

 

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closing date : March 21, 2020.

Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist – Afar at CARE Ethiopia

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Job Description

I. JOB SUMMARY:

 The M&E Specialist based at a Field Office level is a technical support position for one particular project. Under the supervision of the LDM Manager at Head Office level and the Project Manager s/he is responsible to organize and coordinate the collection, compilation, consolidation and of data and to survey the project M & E needs at a field level. She/he also establishes and ensures better data management system and generation of data for reporting and informed decision making by the PM and LDM Manager at sector unit level. This position is technical and within the Data hierarchy focuses on activity and output data at a field office level.

 II. RESPONSIBILITIES AND TASKS:

Job Responsibility #1:   Data Collection and Reporting

§  Timely responds to data and project information requirements from Project Managers, Sector LDM Managers, Sector Coordinators/CoP and PQL Impact Measurement Advisor

§  Participates in project design, diagnostic studies, evaluations and surveys;

§  Organizes periodical ongoing field office level review, reflective practice, evaluation and progress monitoring events by involving communities and local partners;

§  Supports the organization of quarterly or periodic M&E workshops based on the needs of the project and assesses gaps observed at the field level in coordination with LDM Managers at sector level in Head Office.

§  Supports the implementation of the LDM strategy in the Field office & ensure partners and their staff understand the strategy in line with LDM Managers and other M&E Staff and HO level within the sector units.

§  Works with the Addis based LDM Managers & FOPOM to make sure that cross learning and coordination takes place among technical teams in the field.

§  Ensure that the LDM strategy is monitored and reviewed bi-annually/ to make changes based on regular staff, partners and stakeholders’ reflections and lessons learned.

§  Organizes panel monitoring and/or other events to ensure forward accountability, with relevant stakeholders including communities and ensure their dissemination to concerned parties;

§  Supports the FO/Project management in ensuring compliance to CARE’s program principles, LDM/project standards, and Global Program Data Requirements e.g. PIIRS

§  Work closely with PQL staff and field based teams (to be organized) to ensure quality in program/ project design and implementation

Job Responsibility #3:  Monitoring, Evaluation and Reporting:

§  Designs, develops and continuously updates monitoring and evaluation tools and systems at a field office project level.

§  Maintains the M&E systems, compiling and analyzing routine project data;

§  Prepares detailed implementation plan including monitoring and evaluation plan for projects;

§  Manages field data collection processes for M&E

§  Assist the field level community participatory monitoring and evaluation;

§  Participate in project evaluation and different assessments

§  Support  ongoing field office level review, reflective practice, evaluation and progress monitoring events by involving communities and local partners;

§  Conduct period data quality assessment at filed level

§  Where there is no distinct KM Advisor for a sector unit or project support in the setting up of systems and processes to collect key lessons of the project and disseminate to staff

§  Where there is no distinct KM Advisor collects case studies, success stories and shares with internal and external audiences

§  Ensures regular and timely reporting from project staff and implementing partners by monitoring receipts of monthly activity progress statements and quarterly activity progress reports and following up with the project staff and implementing partners on non-reporting

§  Conduct quality control tests on all incoming data

Job Responsibility # 4 Training and capacity building 

§  Liaises with other LDM staff and assists sector unit in assessing, planning, organizing LDM related capacity building workshops/trainings to  staff and Woreda/implementing partners

§  In collaboration with PQL and other LDM staff develop processes for assessing and planning capacity building of project staffs, partners and government staff in M&E.

§  Compile and share project related data among field office staff;

§  Coach and mentor the front line staff on how to handle project database; 

Job Responsibility #5: Other duties 

§  Perform other duties, as assigned.

§  The duties and responsibilities described above are subject to change, depending on CARE Ethiopian funding or programming. 

I. PROBLEM SOLVING (Thinking Environment)

  • Levels one and two of problem solving apply to the incumbent. The incumbent involves with daily routine activities, she/he also uses interpolative skills to pick and choose the right solution to address given problems.

Job Requirements

I. QUALIFICATIONS (KNOW HOW)

A. EDUCATION/TRAINING 

Required:

  • Bachelor degree in Social Science, Statistics or other related fields.

Desired:

  • Knowledge of statistical software.

B.    EXPERIENCE

Required:

  • 3 – 5 years job related experience.

Desired:

  • NGO experience.

C.    TECHNICAL SKILLS

Required:

  • Highly organized, attention to detail and analytical skill;
  • Computer skill particularly Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point;
  • Good oral and written communication and interpersonal skill;
  • Firm belief in teamwork, gender equality,  participatory approach and sustainability;
  • Proficiency in English, both verbal and written.

Desired:

  • Utilizing programming and statistical software (such as SPSS) to compile data and information for various systems, and knowledge of basic PME and research tools;
  • Exposure in developing and/or maintaining database using like MS Access, etc.

D. COMPETENCIES

  • Respect, accountability, courage, excellence, analytical ability, initiating action, interpersonal skills, developing teams, decision making, information monitoring, facilitating change, proactive problem solving, planning, organizing and communicating with impact.

II. CONTACTS/KEY RELATIONSHIPS

  • The jobholder is expected to collaborate with FSF technical team and FSF project managers and other CARE Staff.

III. WORKING CONDITIONS AND LEVEL OF TRAVEL REQUIRED. 

§  The post is located in Addis Abeba, with frequent travel to project sites.

If you are interested to be part of our dynamic team, exciting work environment and contribute to CARE Ethiopia’s mission and vision, please forward your: CV (not more than 3 page) and cover letter (not more than one page) directly to by e-mail to ETH.JobsHR@care.org.

Please note that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Note: On the subject Line, please clearly write the position you are applying “Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist – Afar”. Your application will be automatically disqualified, if you fail to do so.

Passionate and dedicated candidates who meet the requirement are strongly encouraged to apply, especially women

closing date : March 21, 2020.

Assistant Brand Manager – Maternity Cover at Awash Wine Share Company

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Job Description

About us

Awash Wine SC. Established in 1936 Awash is proud to be Ethiopia’s oldest winemaker. With over 80 years serving the local and international market, we are one of the country’s most beloved brands. The company was acquired in September 2013 through a local and international partnership. Our international staff, with a combined 82 years of experience in the beverage industry, collaborates with 642 local employees at our two production facilities in Addis Ababa and our vineyard in Merti Jeju, Upper Awash. This local-foreign partnership means we combine international know-how with a deep knowledge of Ethiopia’s dynamic and exciting market.

PURPOSE OF THE JOB

The overall role of brand management is to create consumer demand.  They are responsible in assisting for formulating the brand’s long-term strategy and developing and executing marketing plans. They execute marketing initiatives in support of long term strategies through leadership of the business unit team. They are accountable for delivering the brand’s profit, volume and market share objectives.  This position assists the business unit team on assigned brands in all aspects of the P&L.

MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES

 1.   Strategy and implementation

  • Developing and implementing strategies to increase sales
  • Following market trends and presenting creative ideas
  • Analyzing data to report on brand growth
  • Meet with stakeholders to determine brand objectives and strategies

2.   Policy, Processes, methodology and systems

  • Research markets and study the company’s brand

3.    Running business

  •   Present and execute creative ideas for marketing activities
  • Help develop and optimize marketing campaigns (product launching and promotion)
  • Closely monitors and analyzes sales volumes, market share trends and competitive activity.
  •  Assists in the identification and development of business building ideas and works with other business unit team members to execute the plans that meet investment criteria.
  • Analyzes consumption and shipment data and compares results to established objectives to assure the effectiveness of marketing programs.
  • Analyze industry, competition and market trends
  • Prepare reports on brand performance and sales

4.   People Management

  •   Coordinate sales, product development and other teams

5.   Budget, KPI’s and Controlling

  • Assists in developing and executing promotional initiatives to profitably increase consumption within budgeted parameters.
  • Track budgets with an eye towards maximizing gains and reducing costs

6.   Quality, health, security and safety

  • Apply within the commercial function the company Quality and SHE policies and procedure
  • Foster a safe shell working environment aiming at a zero accidental and minimal sickness and Absenteeism

7.   Project management

  • Coordinates product management and/or cost reduction projects with internal and external resources to achieve results (product development, production planning, trade promotion, sales, market research, consultants and advertising agencies).

Job Requirements

1.    Education
  • BA in Marketing, Communication, Business or related field;
  • Master’s in Marketing/MBA is a plus

2.   Experience

  •  Two (2) years for Master holders and Five (5) years for Degree holders ,  related experience
  • Proven experience as an Assistant Brand Manager

All Interested and Qualified candidates can apply online @ recruitment@awashwine.com by sending an Application letter and CV on or Before March 17, 2020.

Please refer the Position on the subject line of your email

closing date : March 17, 2020.

General Manager at Begenda General Trading PLC

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Job Description

Begeneda General Trading PLC, a sister Company of Tinaw Business Share Company, wants to recruit and hire a qualified, competent and motivated professional for the following job position.

Job Summary:

The position holders is required to  plan, organize, manage, and lead  the whole gamut of the Company’s operations, which is currently engaged in vegetable investment in Gurage Zone,Ezsha Woreda, 180 Km South West of Addis Ababa.

Terms of Employment: Permanent

Job Requirements

Qualification and Experience

  • Masters Degree in Business Management, or related field of study from a recognized university.
  • Minimum 10 years experience, out of which 5 years in managerial position, preferably in companies engaged in agricultural investment.

Interested applicants, who fulfill the minimum requirements, are invited to apply for the positions by submitting non-returnable C.V, academic credentials, and supporting documents, in person, to the Company’s Head Office, Addis Ababa,  Beisrate Gebriel  surrounding, SAN Building,  4th Floor,  Office No. 401; OR by email:

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closing date : March 23, 2020.

Front Office Manager at TULIP INN Olympia Addis Ababa Hotel

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Description

TULIP INN Olympia Addis Ababa Hotel
Vacancy Announcement
Position: Front Office Manager
– Required Number: 1
– Salary: Company Scale

Qualifications/Skills

• Education: BA in Hotel Management
• Experience: 5 years
Education Level     :     Bachelor’s
Experience     :     5-10 years

Location

City     :    Addis Ababa
State     :  Addis Ababa
Country     :     Ethiopia

The registration will be starting from the announcement date to the next 10 consecutive days. • Address: Meskel Flower next to Central Printing Press, Tel: 0114701696 / 0114701670

closing date : March 19, 2020.

WASH Head of Department at Action Against Hunger

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Job Description

General Assignments / scope of the Role:

Action Against Hunger has been operational in Ethiopia since 1984 responding to both chronic and acute needs through a multi-sectoral strategy where Nutrition, Food Security and Livelihoods, WASH and Mental Health and Care Practices are integrated to have a meaningful impact on people’s resilience.

Action Against Hunger currently operates in 5 different regions with an anticipated 2020 yearly portfolio of 20m USD of emergency and resilience building programs, research and innovation. We have a country team of about 650 staff working out of 18 field offices across Ethiopia. Our main donors in Ethiopia are: ECHO, Europaid, UNHCR, OFDA, BPRM, SIDA, EHF, WFP and others.

Duties and Responsibilities:

1: Design the new WASH country strategy, identify new opportunities and develop new projects with a focus on long term and development projects.

· Design the new WASH technical strategy in line with the 2021-2025 International Strategic Plan (ISP)

· Pursue new business opportunities and remain updated on donors sectoral strategies

· Organize and coordinate alongside the MEAL TA, needs assessments both in development & emergency contexts

· Identify structural, economic and other constraints in all the regions and take these into account in future program, propose new program directions;

· Stay up-dated on the humanitarian context;

· Work with field staff, managers and field coordinators to develop concepts that correspond to Action Against Hunger’s regional strategies and complement existing projects;

· Develop logical framework analysis (LFA) for all new WASH projects;

· Work with all WASH team, the Program Development Coordinator and the Country Management Team to develop the full proposal document for donors (narrative and budget).

2: Provide technical support to projects implementation

· Provide technical support, supervise and evaluate the work of the WASH field teams

· Provide technical support and approve donor reports from the WASH field teams

· Analyze the pertinence of ongoing activities and put forward the necessary adjustments

· Provide technical support to the WASH field teams vis a vi our MEAL strategy and toolkit

· Contribute to ensure the integration of projects in WASH, FSL, Health and Nutrition, MHPSS through capacity building, awareness, experience exchange, meetings and contributions to other sectors

·Collect and share sector specific information upstream and downstream

3: Develop tools/approaches to monitor and evaluate ACF WASH project implementation

· Adapt or develop if necessary tools to monitor WASH activities in consultation with PMs, MEAL TA and DCD/P;

· Adapt or develop if necessary periodic assessment and reporting templates and user guidelines for key institutional actors, partners and stakeholders;

· Ensure that indicators (Action Against Hunger, national or international standards) for measuring results of project implementation including mainstreaming indicators for cross-cutting issues are used and if necessary develop country specific indicators;

· Adapt and develop if necessary tools for evaluation and impact assessment of the project;

· Supervise deputy WASH HoD in the compilation, consolidation and validation of sectoral APRs monthly, biannually and yearly

· Plan and implement regular project monitoring and evaluation activities (internal and/or external evaluation);

· Recruit external evaluators when needed, write their TORs and plan activities;

· Collect, analyze and disseminate in a timely manner evaluation outcomes (internal + external) in consultation with Action Against Hunger’s coordination team, other technical advisors and partners, stakeholders, field coordinators and other relevant sources of information;

· Extract critical lessons learned and good practices from final evaluations, program audits and monitoring reports.

4: Validate technically plans, reports and other project-related documents:

· Technically review and advise field coordinators and WASH PMs in the preparation of yearly and quarterly work plans, reports, project presentations and other WASH project related documents and correspondence;

· Contribute technically to prepare high quality reports/ project related documentation for dissemination to the stakeholders;

5: Build the technical capacity of the WASH teams

· Distribute and explain technical external and internal guidelines and protocols to the WASH teams

· Validate the HR needs of the WASH department

· Validate technically job descriptions for program staff

· Participate in recruitment processes (design technical tests, interviews for PM and deputy PM);

· Give technical inputs on the performance evaluation of WASH PMs;

· Identify development needs/skillsets among the WASH team;

· Organize and conduct training sessions and any other capacity building activities;

· Organize WASH technical workshops for the field staff on quarterly basis;

6: Represent Action Against Hunger with external stakeholders

· Represent Action Against Hunger in external technical / coordination meetings, WASH Cluster  and develop a strong network of key stakeholders

· Prepare and share minutes of these meeting with the senior program team ;

· Write and develop WASH country specific position papers;

· Represent the organization in meetings with partners, donors and/or government authorities

Job Requirements

Educational / Professional Background 

· MSC / BSC in Civil engineering, Water and Soil engineering and other related fields.

· At least 10 years of related experience with an INGO including senior management program position.

Required skills:

· Interest and/or experience in hygiene promotion and behaviour change

· Demonstrated experience provided technical support to teams and programs

· Demonstrated experience in proposal writing and donor reporting.

· Demonstrated experience in financial management and preparation of budgets for programming.

· Experience in international positions and development programs and sanitation marketing is advantageous

· Excellent management and representation competencies.

· Excellent influencing and negotiation skills

· A strong understanding of project cycle management and monitoring and evaluation.

· Interpersonal skills: team management, communication, reporting, autonomy, organizational skill, staff development, creative and innovative thinking, leadership skill, strategic decision making and planning, delegation of work, management of staffs, team building

If you are interested, please send your application composed of none returnable CV, Covering Letter with “WASH Head of Department” written in the subject line, and three references, applicants to the following addresses:

OR

Directly In Person to Action Against Hunger Addis Ababa office after Washington DC

square to Mayor Muriel Bowser Street, Wollega – Gimbi, Gambella, Waghimra – Sekota, Harergue – Harar, Borena – Yabellow and Somali Gode offices,

Deadline: Thursday, 25 March 2020 before 5:00 pm

“Female Applicants Are Highly Encouraged”

NB: Only short listed applicants will be, communicated on on and selection process includes technical test and an interview.

Closing Date : March 25, 2020

Project Administration Head (2) at Zeta Construction PLC

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Description

Zeta Construction PLC
Vacancy Announcement

Position: Project Administration Head

– Required No: 2
– Place of Work: Adigudom, Tigray
– NB: Work experience, on specific field, in Construction Company is mandatory.

Qualifications/Skills

• Qualifications: BA Degree in Management
• Experience in Construction Works: 4 Years Work Experience
Education Level     :     Bachelor’s
Experience     :     3-5 years

Location

City     :     Addis Ababa
State     :   Addis Ababa
Country     :     Ethiopia

• Interested Applicants should be submit their non returnable CV until March 18/2020 at Haya Hulet Getahun Beshah building 5th floor Office No.502 Admin & HR Development Department

Closing Date : March 18, 2020

Project Administration Head (2) at TNT Construction & Trading

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Description

TNT Construction & Trading
Vacancy Announcement
Position: Project Administration Head
– Number required: 2
– Place of Work: Project out of Addis Ababa

Qualifications/Skills

• Qualification: BA Degree in Management or any other related field of study.
• Experience: 6 years & above; from which at least 2 years in related position.
Education Level     :     Bachelor’s
Experience     :     5-10 years

Location

City     :     Addis Ababa
State     :   Addis Ababa
Country     :     Ethiopia

• Interested qualified applicants are advised to apply in person by attaching their non-returnable application and CV with all credentials in 10 (Ten) Working days from the date of this announcement; (On Saturdays, our office is open before noon only). • Construction companies work experience is mandatory. Address: Addis Ababa around Ayat Square on the way to Tafo, TNT Construction & Trading 2nd floor, HRD & Administration Department Tel: 0118619669, Email:

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, P.O.Box 190038

Closing Date : March 19, 2020

Program Coordinator at Geneva Global

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Job Description

About Geneva Global:

Geneva Global is an international consulting company that provides strategic advice, independent research, active program and grant management, as well as impact measurement to individuals, foundations, companies, and other organizations.

Geneva Global has 16 years of experience working in various countries across Sub-Saharan Africa. On behalf of clients, we’ve managed over US $120 million in grants, improving the lives of over 38 million people in the region. We’ve partnered with over 650 local organizations across 14 sectors, including community health, anti-human trafficking, literacy, infant and maternal health, disaster relief, water and sanitation, and education.

Geneva Global Ethiopia is seeking a proactive, experienced professional to serve as a Program Coordinator in the UNICEF funded Geneva Global’s Speed School program in Ethiopia. This person’s primary functions will be to provide program management and technical assistance to implementing partners (IPs) in Ethiopia.  Applicants should be familiar with Ethiopia’s education system and have experience with education programs in Ethiopia as well as fluent communication skills in Afan Oromo, Amharic and English languages.  Knowledge and experience on other disciplines such as monitoring, data management, and economic empowerment are desirable.

Job Summary

The Program Coordinator as a member of a multidisciplinary team, conducts a systematic process of inquiry to search, analyze, summarize and present relevant written information in the course of implementing the Speed School/SPEED SCHOOL program to displaced Ethiopian children resulting in outputs that meet or exceed the Geneva Global’s standards. The incumbent Program Coordinator is expected to lead UNICEF funded Speed School program to children who are locally displaced and kept out of school for few years.  The Program Coordinator is responsible specifically for planning, reviewing proposals of IPs, coordinating IPs, conducting due diligence process to identify reliable partners, planning and implementing capacity building trainings for front line staffs of IPs, monitor and evaluate the Speed School/SPEED SCHOOL project implementation in the Oromia region. Besides, the Program Coordinator is expected to collect data and reports from IPs, compile, analyze and send to the M&E specialist timely.  The Program Coordinator participates in assessments and research works pertaining to the Speed School/SPEED SCHOOL program and liaisons Geneva Global to other stakeholders in the Oromia region.  She/he supports the organization’s vision, mission and values and assists in training as needed.

Major Responsibilities/ Essential Functions

Program Coordination:

  • Provide coordination and technical support for the implementation of the Speed School program.
  • Prepare and Provide annual and interim reports about the progress of the SPEED SCHOOL program to the Deputy Country Director.
  • Represent GGI-E in the portfolio/geographic locations to be assigned.
  • Facilitate and coordinate the recruitment and assignment of project staff.
  • Organize and provide training for training officers, community mobilizers and facilitators of IPs;
  • Facilitate the provisions of the necessary resources (financial and material) to implementing partners.
  • Promote the participation of communities and local government bodies in the implementation of the SPEED SCHOOL program.
  • Collaborate with other program staff of Geneva Global to ensure the realization of overall program objectives;
  • Regular visits and discussions with line government offices under her/his portfolio in regard to the program.
  • Gather feedback through formal and informal discussions about the program from implementing partners and line government offices.

 Program Monitoring and Evaluation:

  • Contacting implementers to set expectations and gather information including description of the need, program, desired results, financials, and organizational profile
  • Visit project sites of the respective IPs at least Three times per academic year.
  • Check the delivery of the program in line with SPEED SCHOOL Quality Standards and agreed benchmarks.
  • Identify performance gap and render on-site consultation and professional assistance.
  • Spot check on the financial, material and human resource utilization of the IPs.
  • Prepare quarterly, semi-annual, and annual programmatic reports using GG reporting templates and submit to the Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist.
  • Compile the data of implementing partners under her/his portfolio;
  • Organize, compile and consolidate the documents sent by IPs and government organizations.
  • Analyse the academic performance of SPEED SCHOOL students at each phase and share to M&E Specialist and the respective IP.
  • Contact the IPs regularly through telephone, e-mail and if necessary, visiting in person;
  • Every week update the country director and the team about the status of projects and IPs and discuss progress;
  • Uploads quarterly and annual reports to GG data base system

Program Planning and Development

  • Participate in the selection of new IPs, searching by referrals or bidders conference.
  • Prepare landscape reports for potential IPs and areas for the implementation of SPEED SCHOOL program.
  • Compile due diligence for new IPs by assisting in their application, analyzing the 7C worksheet, score sheet and log frame.
  • Provide orientation for new IPs about Geneva Global standards and SPEED SCHOOL program.
  • Arrange training for IPs’ staff who directly involved in the implementation of the SPEED SCHOOL program.
  • Arrange continuous improvement training for SPEED SCHOOL program facilitators (Training Officers & Supervisors.)
  • Participate in the design improvement process.
  • Develop approaches and integrate into SPEED SCHOOL program delivery system.
  • Collect and consolidate the good lessons learned from sites and integrate into the whole program.
  • Proactively identify obstacles to effective performance.
  • Assist in developing concept papers for new areas and grant proposals.

Job Requirements

Requirements of the Program Coordinator

Geneva Global Ethiopia is seeking a proactive, experienced professional who has a minimum of 5 years’ experience in program coordination (experience in Education in Emergency is advantageous), monitoring and evaluation of education projects and will be able to work in small team environments involving significant collaboration and extensive interaction with clients and other stakeholders.

Minimal Requirements

  • Bachelor’s Degree preferably in Education, or in Sociology, Project Management, Development or other relevant fields of academic background;
  • At least 4 years of experience in teaching and/or relevant education projects;
  • Experience in working with NGOs (highly desirable) in the field of education, with emphasis on primary and non-formal education, monitoring and evaluation;
  • Experience in emergency affected community’s education and development programs;
  • Experience in quantitative and/or qualitative data collection methodologies, and relating software packages;
  • Experience in managing self-help women groups/ women empowerment programs is advantages;
  • Proven ability to develop user-friendly technical documents in English and produce high-quality briefs and reports in English
  • Proficiency in oral and written communication in Afan Oromo and Amharic languages
  • Proficiency in Afar and/or Somali languages is advantageous;
  • Ability to travel within Ethiopia to different regions.

Skills

  • Proficient in using MS Office projects (especially Windows Word and Excel) and conducting internet research is required;
  • Experience in program design and management including budgeting.
  • Familiarity with data quality assessment (DQA) exercises and designing improvement plans.
  • Ability to design M&E tools, surveys, surveillance systems, and evaluations
  • Demonstrated ability to train and build capacity of others
  • Strong interpersonal, communication, problem-solving, organizational and team-work skills

Female applicants are highly encouraged to apply for the vacant post.

Please submit curriculum vitae (CV)/ resume, cover letter, salary requirements to aabitie@genevaglobal.com

closing date : March 20, 2020.

Researcher, Horn of Africa Security Analysis programme at Institute for Security Studies (ISS)

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Job Description

The ISS is seeking to appoint a researcher in the Horn of Africa Security Analysis programme. The researcher will work on a new project: Consolidating Ethiopia’s capacity for conflict prevention, peacebuilding and governance. The project will carry out technical assistance, policy research and capacity building at various levels of the government.

The researcher will undertake primary and secondary research and analysis, develop policy recommendations based on the findings, and actively communicate results to ISS stakeholders through written products and verbal communication. 

Overview of duties

  • Initiate, plan and undertake primary and secondary research
  • Produce and disseminate research findings through publications and other media in formats appropriate to the target audiences, including meetings, briefings, seminars and visual media
  • Conduct media interviews
  • Convene seminars, closed briefings and roundtables, and present research findings at ISS events and other relevant forums
  • Assist in identifying new opportunities for funding, and draft concept notes and proposals
  • Assist the programme to execute administrative and logistical activities, including but not limited to event coordination, budgets, meetings and internal ISS administrative processes
  • Assist with the implementation of effective monitoring and evaluation plans for projects
  • Network and liaise with stakeholders and donors to build the ISS’ profile, shape decision making and ensure engagement with research results
  • Contribute to outputs related to the projects’ training and capacity building objectives

The contract length will be subject to the project grant agreement cycle, which currently runs until November 2022, as well as satisfactory performance and achievement of expected results as defined in the project work plan. A competitive salary is offered.

Job Requirements

Overview of requirements

  • A minimum of a Master’s qualification in the political science, international relations, peace and security studies, governance studies, sociology, anthropology, African studies or a related field
  • At least five years work experience in a policy, research, government, training or other relevant professional environment
  • Good understanding of politics, governance, peace and security issues in the Horn of Africa region, with an emphasis on Ethiopia
  • Abilty to design research projects and work with different quantitative and qualitative tools and methods
  • Strong networking, interpersonal and communication skills, in particular the ability to work in partnership with international and continental organisations, governments and civil society
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills in English
  • Track record of relevant publications, media commentary and public speaking at international forums on relevant topics
  • Strong project management skills, including the ability to design and implement complex projects/events, with multiple partners, in a timely and efficient manner
  • Ability to work fast and accurately under pressure, meet tight deadlines and operate independently
  • Understand and have practical experience of monitoring and evaluation
  • Experience in and a willingness to work in a diverse team
  • Willingness to travel
  • Proficient in using MS Word, Power Point, Excel and other project management tools

Email your application to addisjobs@issafrica.org 

 Applicants must provide a cover letter, detailed CV, and at least two recent single authored publications and at least three contactable referees. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

Closing Date :  Mar 20, 2020