Accountant at African Society for Laboratory Medicine (ASLM)

Job Description

ASLM background

The African Society for Laboratory Medicine (ASLM) is a Pan-African professional body working to advocate for the critical role and needs of laboratory medicine and networks throughout Africa. Africa is rapidly growing but faces major health challenges including epidemics of HIV, tuberculosis, and malaria, and new priorities such as Ebola and other global health security threats. Strengthened laboratory capacity and surveillance in Africa are critical to overcoming the burden of disease and ensuring a healthy future for the continent. ASLM addresses these challenges by working collaboratively with governments, local and international organizations, implementing partners, and the private sector.

Summary of the position:

The Accountant prepares accounting information to assist in producing financial statements in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles in accordance with the mission, core values, and purposes of the ASLM Office.

Key Responsibilities

  • Verify, allocate, post and reconcile accounts payable and receivable in Quick Books
  • Assist in the preparation of the monthly payroll
  • Assist in the filing of accounting documents
  • Ensure that all work advances and prepayments to Hotels and other vendors are reconciled in time.
  • Produce error-free project financial reports and present their results
  • Verify payment requests, its supporting document and process all payments on time
  • Analyze financial information and summarize financial status
  • Prepare Funds Transfer letters and liaise with the Bank to ensure speedy processing of payments
  • Assist with writing and issuing of cheques and maintaining the cheque dispatch registers and other accountable documents
  • Follow up with the Bank on Proof of Payments for all international transfers
  • Provide support to Programs staff on development and tracking of activity budgets
  • Conduct surprise counts for Petty cash
  • Participate in financial standards setting and in forecast process
  • Provide input into department’s goal setting process
  • Assist with filing of tax returns and Pension contributions
  • Assist in the facilitation of internal and external audits to ensure compliance
  • Support month-end and year-end close process
  • Liaise with our Senior Finance Manager to improve financial procedures

Duration:                 

  • Indefinite

Supervisor:            

  •   Finance Manager 

Job Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting/Finance and studying towards attainment of a professional accounting certification,
  •  5+ years of experience with grants administration and/or compliance (US government and federal grant experience required)
  • Ability to work with complex budgets.
  • Experience with federal OMB (Office of Management and Budget) circulars
  • Experience working with nonprofit or philanthropic organizations
  • Ability to think and problem-solve creatively
  • Good oral and written communication skills
  • Strong multi-tasking skills, highly organized and detail-oriented
  • Ability to provide guidance to people with a wide range of cultural backgrounds, training and experience
  • Enjoy working independently and as part of a team
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office required (Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint)

The application website closes on 7th  February 2020 at 5:30 PM Addis Ababa time and any application sent after the deadline will NOT be accepted. Interested applicants should apply online on ASLM website aslm.org/job-opportunities/

If you can’t access the link, you can send your resume and application letter to Email.

Additional Information:

This position is a contract position and subject to available funding. ASLM may terminate employment at any time due to funding, or for any other lawful reason.

*ONLY successful candidates shall be contacted for an interview.

Human Resource Officer at Rovestone Brother’s Plc

Job Description

We are looking to employ an HR Officer with excellent communication skills, both written and verbal.

Responsibilities

  • Preparing job descriptions, advertising vacant positions, and managing the employment process.
  • Orientating new employees and training existing employees.
  • Monitoring employee performance.
  • Ensuring that all employees are organized and satisfied in their work environment.
  • Overseeing the health and safety of all employees.
  • Implementing systematic staff development procedures.
  • Providing counseling on policies and procedures.
  • Communicating with staff about issues affecting their performance.
  • Ensuring accurate and proper record-keeping of employee information in electronic and digital format.

Job Requirements

Education and Experience

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resources.
  • Above 10 years of relevant experience in Human Resources.
  • Knowledge in Labor law
  • Able to engage in meaningful negotiation and resolution.
  • Knowledge of employment legislation.
  • Protecting the interests of all employees.
  • Full understanding of HR functions and best practices

Skills

  • Experience as a Skills Development Facilitator – may be advantageous.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Excellent organizational skills
  • Good time-management skills,
  • Ability to multi-task in a fast-paced environment

Interested and and qualified applicant should apply through email :

 info@rovestone.com

Store Keeper at Rovestone Brother’s Plc

Job Description

We are looking for an organized, experienced Store Keeper to be responsible for all stock and store management.

Responsibilities

  • Keep a record of sales and restock the store accordingly.
  • Manage the overall store activities
  • Plan promotional campaigns for new products or specials.
  • Ensure that the store is kept clean and organized.
  • Keep track of inventory.

Job Requirements

Education and Experience

  • Bachelor’ or diploma in Supply Chain,  Business Administration or relevant field preferred.
  • 5 years experience

Skills

  • Must be organized and punctual.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Ability to prioritize tasks given.

Interested and and qualified applicant should apply through email :

 info@rovestone.com

Receptionist at HST Consulting PLC

Job Description

HST Consulting is looking for experienced, energetic and committed Receptionist for one of its esteemed clients operating in a brewery industry.  

HST is a knowledge company that provides services to clients across various industries.

HST endeavors to support its clients in solving business growth, operational, people, financial, tax, governance, risk, learning and compliance challenges with locally relevant solutions. As local professional service firm, HST offers best practices that fully considers its clients’ unique firm level circumstances and the macro environment they are operating in.

HST is powered by highly qualified and best in class multi-disciplinary professionals in strategy; human capital, audit, corporate finance, enterprise risk, technology, education, tax and outsourcing models and operations. The firm professionals are supported by up-to-date knowledge and modern technology specifically tailored to the Ethiopian business environment to provide solutions to client’s issues that matters most.

Key Duties and Responsibilities:

Front Desk Management  

  • Greet and welcome guests as soon as they arrive at the office.
  • Direct visitors to the appropriate person and office.
  • Answer, screen and forward incoming phone calls.
  • Ensure reception area is tidy and presentable, with all necessary stationery and material (e.g. pens, forms and brochures).
  • Provide basic and accurate information in-person and via phone/email;
  • Receive, sort and distribute daily mail/deliveries.
  • Order front office supplies and keep inventory of stock.
  • Perform other clerical receptionist duties such as filing, photocopying, transcribing and faxing.

Organizational Tasks

  • Manage accessibility to the Manager’s complex diary.
  • Dealing with post and email efficiently, taking action if necessary and composing written correspondence in a clear and concise manner when needed.
  • Assist in the preparation and distribution of correspondence and documents i.e. Presentations & pre-readings distribution for meetings.
  • Organize and arrange travel itineraries, local and overseas, coordinating with counterparts in other locations.
  • Provide cover for other team assistant during peak workload, sickness or holidays.
  • Support the Manager with ad hoc personal requests and translations.

Event Organization

  • Organize workshops events and conferences.
  • Work to a budget whilst providing an optimum service and fulfilling the needs of the delegates.
  • Act as a key point of contact for participants and facilitators.
  • Preparing and distributing agendas and collate pre-reading material.
  • Organize and co-ordinate functional and business meetings including video conferencing, domestic and International.
  • Arrange and attend meetings when required and be an integral part of the communication process, taking minutes and following up with progressing items on behalf of the Manager.

Communication

  • Identify and drive forward initiatives to continuously improve communication across the organization.
  • Build, develop and maintain relationships with key external / internal contacts and build cross-functional network within own peer group.
  • Ensure fluid communication is maintained with the Manager at all times, screen telephone calls, dealing with all queries and forwarding to relevant parts of the function when necessary.

Type of Employment:     

  • One year contract. Renewable based on satisfactory performance

Job Requirements

Qualification and Experience:

  • Proven work experience as a Receptionist, Front Office Representative or similar role.
  • Customer service experience.
  • Previous experience of managing and co-ordination of events & business meetings.
  • Previous Personal Assistant experience in international context required.
  • Proven strong English and Amharic language skills.
  • Experience in managing complex diaries and travel.
  • Prioritizes time and workload maintaining the balance between urgent and relevant issues.
  • Work well under pressure and responds to change positively maintaining professionalism at all times.
  • Multitasking and stress management skills are essential for this position
  • Take full accountability for work of a high standard at all times and sees through to completion. Is diligent to deal with demands.
  • Proactive in looking for opportunities to do things better and to improve the efficiency and ways of working.
  • Create and implement a plan to meet an agreed goal, ensuring the most effective/efficient use of allocated resources within the deadlines
  • High level of initiative, to ensure things happen and the ability to work independently.
  • Think and forward plans – use judgement to make the right decisions. Anticipate issues and act to avoid them.
  • Communicate at all levels efficiently and identifies how best to structure and convey information to help others understand the key points.
  • Build strong relationships, is committed and enthusiastic, is willing to work as part of a team, builds effective cross-functional networks.

We only encourage applicants who fulfill the above qualification to send their application and relevant documents by e-mail directly to HST Executive and Professional Recruitment Specialist: recruitment@hst-et.com or submit their application in person to the Human Resources Office at Wollo Sefer, Mina Building, 4th Floor until 28 of January 2020.

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for next stage of evaluation.

Field Administrator at Humanity & Inclusion (Handicap International)

Job Description

Duty Station:   Filtu/Dolo Ado (Somali region), Kamashi (Benshangul), Hawassa (SNNPR)

Required No.: 3 (1 for each duty station)

Duration for Filtu: Until end of July 2020; for Kamashi Until end of October 2020; and for Hawassa Until end of December 2020

The Field Administrator will act as the focal person for the field office finance, human resources and logistics with the constant aim of defending the association’s interests and ensuring the correct utilization of resources.

RESPONSIBILITIES

1.      Be responsible for proper cash flow management

·       Make payments (cheque or cash) following approvals and organization’s rules

·       Check that all payments have complete, bona fide, and legitimate supporting documentation

·       Manage and follow up activity advances

·       Maintain the daily books of accounts in the log books

·       Conduct cash counts on a weekly basis with the Project Manager

·       Prepare monthly cash forecast in liaison with base budget managers, compiling the same and send to the capital.

2.      Be accountable to the accuracy and consistency of the field office Accountancy

·       Input field accountancy into the accounting software

·       Send the accountancy records to the Finance Manager on a weekly basis

·       Respond to comments/queries from the capital on the accountancy and making the required corrections.

·       Prepare posting slips and check the codes are correct with the budget

·       Send the accountancy to the capital while ensuring all HI rules are adhered to before the 5th of the next month.

·       Scan the validated accountancy

 

3.      Prepare the field payroll and share it with capital in advance for validation

·       Prepare the payroll summary table in agreement with their contractual terms and make payments of staff salaries into their designated accounts after approval of the payroll summary sheet by the Capital.

·       Ensure the required statutory deductions from employee salaries and remitting the same to the authorities within the set deadlines.

 

4.      Monitor the field human resource management

.      Participate in the staff recruitment process in the base and ensure appropriate recruitment process is followed

.     Manage the induction process of new staff at the base level

.     Ensure that HR files/archives are well managed and updated timely;

.     Manage the base staff leaves, attendance, time sheet, salary payments, etc.

 

5.      Manage the field offices rented/own vehicles and any other means of transport

·         Manage the planning and allocation of vehicles and drivers on a daily/weekly basis

·         Monitor the use of vehicle

·         Manage the supply of fuel for the vehicles and follow up consumption

·         Consolidate the monthly vehicles report with analysis of cost of repair & fuel consumption and send to Head Office Log before the 5th of the next month

 

6.      Manage the field office procurement chain and stock

·      Make small purchases for the base in accordance with HI and donor procurement procedures

.      Manage stock as per HI procedures (safety / security / control)

.      Organize any distribution of merchandise within the projects with the project team

 

7.      Assure the administrative and financial management in your area of activity

·         Prepare different service agreements (suppliers, short term replacement staff, etc.) after instruction from the project manager and in consultation with the capital

·         Ensure that all the necessary contractual documents exist and are followed-up and archived (service, rental, partnership, employment contracts)

.          Carry out administrative follow up for rented premises and other rental contracts (payment of the rent, service charges, renewal, termination…)

 

8.      Manage general services (offices, accommodation and storage facilities) and daily use of equipment

.     Manage the fitting out, servicing and maintenance of the premises and equipment

.      Make sure that internet, telephone, water & power supply are available and functional in the premises and is responsible to maintain and provide solution when there is a problem

Job Requirements

Education
Essential
– BA/BSc Degree in Business related fields
Experience
Essential
– Minimum 2 years of experience in a similar position in NGO setting
– Knowledge of Somali language is mandatory for the Field Administrator in Filtu/Dolo Ado
Desired
– Experience in remote sites.
– Applicants who are already living in the mentioned duty stations
Competencies
– Good communication, representation and negotiation skill
– Good analytical and conceptual skills
– Good command of English (written and spoken)
Personal qualities
–  Computer literacy (Word, Excel and Power Point).
–  Diligent and gives attention to detail
– Excellent interpersonal and intercultural skills
– Capacity to work under pressure and insecure environment
– Open-minded and respectful attitude, eager to understand a given cultural context
– Dynamic, autonomous and proactive
–  Flexibility and adaptation capacities
– Have a good taste for teamwork

Interested applicants who meet the above criteria should submit a 1 page motivation letter through email  at recruitment@ethiopia.hi.org on or before the above mentioned deadline.

Please clearly state the position you apply in the subject of your email and also for which duty station.  Only short listed candidates will be contacted for exam/interview no phone calls please.

We’re committed to safeguarding and promoting child protection and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. This position involves working with beneficiaries and is subject to strict safer recruitment checks. The successful candidate will be required to complete a police check and sign self-declaration form to help us verify your suitability to work with children including checks with past employers.

Humanity & Inclusion is an equal opportunity employer and particularly welcomes women and persons with disabilities to apply.

Community Protection Officer – Assosa at Humanity & Inclusion (Handicap International)

Job Description

Duration of Contract:     Until end of October 2020
Mission
The Community Protection Officer (CPO) , will be responsible to provide support to the Community Outreach Workers (3), capacity building, mentoring, and ‘’on-the-job’’ coaching, to organize and conduct small group awareness session on protection related issues (including S.GBV) as well as on inclusion and disability.
The CPO will also be responsible to identify Persons with specific needs (PWSNs) and conduct individual assessment based on the needs identified, ensure community mobilization and involvement of Persons with Specific Needs, especially persons with disabilities, to raise awareness on services available and to facilitate referral linkage to other service providers, including internal referral.
The project will be implemented in Kamashi Zone target mainly IDPs with specific needs and host community through an integrated protection response in the Benishangul Gumuz Region.
Duty Station: Assosa, Benshangul Gumuz region
Roles and Responsibilities
1. Implementation of Community protection activities
– Contribute to the safe identification of Persons with specific needs (PWSNs) especially persons with disabilities, chronic illness, injured and elderly persons using the agreed identification form;
– Conduct specific individual assessment of the protection risks for the beneficiaries identified as well as appropriate referral (internal and/or external) of persons with specific needs in a timely and quality manner using the agreed referral form, including follow-up sessions;
– Conduct small inclusive awareness group session (age, gender and diversity approach) among the community, especially to persons with specific needs identified and their caregivers/family members on protection related topics (including S.GBV), mitigation measures, Rights, disability and inclusion;
– Support the implementation of Caregivers of PWSNs group discussion in coordination with the rehabilitation officer to strengthen community support groups;
– Ensure community mobilization and participation through informal group discussion and inform the community about HI’s services, activities and how to seek support;
– Support the implementation of Inclusive Community Psychosocial events with the support of volunteers;
– Mobilize IDP leaders and community groups (including elderly, women,…) and support the implementation of supportive committees, through a community-based approach;
– Support the involvement and participation of specific community groups (especially women and girls, persons with disabilities,…) to develop inclusive awareness raising materials using different channels: sketches, drama theater, pictures…;
– Conduct mapping of actors in Kabeles that are hosting IDPs and covered by the UNOCHA-funded project and update these monthly to strengthen the referral pathways;
– Ensure information dissemination about services available among the community as well as to Community Outreach Workers to empower them to conduct effective referrals;
– Contribute to build positive relationships within the community including with community leaders and other external stakeholders through regular discussions to facilitate HI’s acceptance and trust building;
– Maintain up-to-date understanding of target communities including protection trends and social dynamics;
– Inform the Senior Protection Team-Leader on specific protection concerns related to safety and security the community might face, including barriers to access services;
2. Supervision and coaching
– Build the capacity of 3 COWs through trainings, coaching and ‘’on the job’’ support to ensure they are able to identify protection risks in a quality manner (‘’Do No Harm’’ principle) with a specific attention to the persons with specific needs including persons with disabilities;
– Build the capacity of the COWs on group facilitation and provide specific support on how to conduct small awareness group session’s with a specific focus on Disability, inclusion and rights of the persons with disabilities;
– Organize and conduct regular meetings with the COWs to ensure protection activities are well implemented as well as ensuring monitoring and regular follow-up of their activities;
– Support the COWs to identify needs of the community and to help the COWs to design activities on relevant topics by involving the community members to participate (awareness through sketches, street theatre, pictures…);
– Support in the development of user-friendly and inclusive awareness-raising IEC material;
3. Coordination with the team
– Ensure Persons With Specific Needs (PWSNs) especially persons with disabilities, receive appropriate multidisciplinary support through establishment of internal referral pathway;
– Work in close collaboration with the Senior Protection team-leader and other members of the team to ensure effective coordination on the field;
– Report on a regular basis to your line-manager about the protection activities implemented on the field as well as on activities implemented by the COWs through weekly reports and activities planning;
– Participate in internal team meetings with other team members to ensure efficient communication, coordination and sharing of relevant information;
– Work in close collaboration with the community outreach workers (COWs) on a daily basis to ensure quality of services and effective flow of information;
4. Data Collection, Storage, Analysis and Sharing
– Ensure effective and safe documentation of the cases identified (identification forms, assessment forms, referrals forms,…) in line with internal standard operating procedures, guidelines and protection principles;
– Ensure cases are well recorded through the database and other data collection methodologies (beneficiary’s files, …) and share to the Senior Protection Team-Leader when required;
– Adhere to HI’s data protection and confidentiality protocols;
5. Networking and representation
– Identify and network with external service providers to reinforce referral mechanisms;
– Support the Senior Protection Team-Leader in continuous mapping of services available in HI’s areas of intervention;
– Establish and maintain positive and efficient relations with target beneficiaries, community members, and all the other actors operating in the camp;
– Participate in protection and/or coordination meetings with other stakeholders upon request by the Senior Protection Team-Leader;
– Coordinate regular activities with IDP committees, Kebele authorities, and other partner teams as may be necessary;
6. Maintain a high quality of work
– Maintain a high level of knowledge and skills in understanding needed responses to general protection issues of IDPs and host community;
– Ensure the implemented project meet the quality requirements of HI, partners and the funding agency;
7. Responsible for implementing the safeguarding policies at project level
– Ensure respect and compliance of HI’s policies including Child Protection and Child Safeguarding Policy, Prevention of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse [PSEA] policy, Anti-fraud and anti-corruption policy, Code of Conduct;
– Ensure reporting mechanisms are implemented and accessible for persons with specific needs in the working areas and inform the community accordingly;
– Report immediately to the Senior Protection Team-Leader and Operational coordinator any concern, incident related to child protection, safeguarding and PSEA;
8. Relationship management
– Work in cooperation and partnership with local government stakeholders to realize the project objectives with the support of the Senior Protection Team-Leader;
– Create and maintain conducive working relationships with protection partners, Zone and Woreda Women & Children Affairs, DPPO, Health, Justice, Education Offices, host communities, beneficiaries, project staff and other stakeholders to facilitate smooth implementation of the project activities;
– Represent the HI IDPs protection team in different forums and meetings when assigned by the SPTL;
– Set-up and maintain effective communication system with partners and stakeholders;

Job Requirements

Education & Qualification
– Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology, Social Work, Psychology.
Knowledge and Professional Experience required
– Minimum of 2 years of technical experience on General Protection in humanitarian intervention (protection principles and minimum standards, vulnerabilities, protection risks, …) including on Community-based protection approach and awareness raising in humanitarian settings;
– Good knowledge of data collection, analysis and reporting
– Knowledge of the local language
Skills
• Computer literacy (Word, Excel and Power Point).
• Ability to work in remote areas of Kamashi zone.
• High degree of confidentiality.
• Good interpersonal and communication skills.
• Ability to work with teams and develop team spirit.
• Diligence and attention to detail.
• Never been convicted, free from khat, smoking, alcohol and substance abuse addictions.

Interested applicants who meet the above criteria should submit a 1 page motivation letter through email  at recruitment@ethiopia.hi.org on or before the above mentioned deadline.

Please clearly state the position you apply in the subject of your email and also for which duty station.  Only short listed candidates will be contacted for exam/interview no phone calls please.

We’re committed to safeguarding and promoting child protection and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. This position involves working with beneficiaries and is subject to strict safer recruitment checks. The successful candidate will be required to complete a police check and sign self-declaration form to help us verify your suitability to work with children including checks with past employers.

Humanity & Inclusion is an equal opportunity employer and particularly welcomes women and persons with disabilities to apply.

Community Protection Officer – Liben at Humanity & Inclusion (Handicap International)

Job Description

The Community Protection Officer (CPO), will be responsible to provide support to the Para-Social workers (4) in establishing Child Friendly Space (CFS) and Women Friendly Space (WFS), conduct mentoring, and ‘’on-the-job’’ coaching.
The CPO will also be responsible to identify Persons with specific needs (PWSNs) and conduct individual assessment based on the needs identified, ensure community mobilization and involvement of Persons with Specific Needs, especially persons with disabilities, organize and conduct small group awareness session on protection related issues (including S.GBV,…) as well as on inclusion and disability, raise awareness on services available and facilitate referral linkage to other service providers, including internal referral.
The project implemented in Liben Zone target mainly IDPs and host community with specific needs through an integrated protection response and the provision of protection, PSS and functional rehabilitation services.
Duty Station: Filtu Woreda of Liben zone and covers as well Deka Softu Woreda
Duration of Contract: Until end of July 2020
Roles and Responsibilities
Implementation of Community protection activities
– Contribute to the safe identification of Persons with specific needs (PWSNs) especially persons with disabilities, chronic illness, injured and elderly persons using the agreed identification form;
– Conduct specific individual assessment of the protection risks for the beneficiaries identified as well as appropriate referral (internal and/or external) of persons with specific needs in a timely and quality manner using the agreed referral form, including follow-up sessions;
– Conduct small inclusive awareness group session (age, gender and diversity approach) among the community, especially to persons with specific needs identified and their caregivers/family members on protection related topics (including S.GBV), mitigation measures, Rights, disability and inclusion;
– Support the implementation of Caregivers of PWSNs group discussion in coordination with the rehabilitation officer and PSS officers to strengthen community support groups;
– Ensure community mobilization and participation through informal group discussion and inform the community about services including HI’s services, activities and how to seek support;
– Mobilize IDP leaders and community groups (including elderly, women,…) and support the implementation of supportive committees, through a community-based approach;
– Support the involvement and participation of specific community groups (especially women and girls, persons with disabilities,…) to develop inclusive awareness raising materials using different channels: sketches, drama theater, pictures…;
– Conduct mapping of actors in Kabeles that are hosting IDPs and covered by the UNOCHA-funded project and update these monthly to strengthen the referral pathways;
– Contribute to build positive relationships within the community including with community leaders and other external stakeholders through regular discussions to facilitate HI’s acceptance and trust building;
– Maintain up-to-date understanding of target communities including protection trends and social dynamics with regular discussion with the Senior Protection Officer;
– Inform the Project Manager on specific protection concerns related to safety and security the community might face, including barriers to access services;
2. Supervision and coaching
– Build the capacity of 4 Para-social workers through advices, coaching and ‘’on the job’’ support to ensure implementation of relevant activities in the CFS and WFS in coordination with the rest of the team (activities planning, schedule, monitoring of attendance, capitalization…);
– Ensure respect of the protection principles, including ‘’Do No Harm’’ and ‘’Non-discrimination principles’’ especially when providing activities and support through the CFS and WFS;
– Ensure activities established in the CFS and WFS are inclusive for persons with specific needs, including children with specific impairment, and para-social workers are using a participatory approach;
– Ensure the para-social workers receive training on disability, inclusion, Rights of persons with disabilities including children, communication and group facilitation and provide support on that;
– Ensure monitoring of CFS and WFS’s activities and report accordingly through the weekly reports (quantitative and qualitative data);
– Support in the development of user-friendly and inclusive awareness-raising IEC material;
3. Coordination with the team
– Ensure Persons With Specific Needs (PWSNs) especially persons with disabilities, receive appropriate multidisciplinary support through establishment of internal referral pathway;
– Work in close collaboration with the members of the team to ensure effective coordination on the field;
– Report on a regular basis to your line-manager about the protection activities implemented on the field as well as on activities implemented by the Para-social workers through weekly reports and activities planning;
– Participate in internal team meetings with other team members to ensure efficient communication, coordination and sharing of relevant information;
– Work in close collaboration with the para-social workers on a daily basis to ensure quality of services and effective flow of information;
4. Data Collection, Storage, Analysis and Sharing
– Ensure effective and safe documentation of the cases identified (identification forms, assessment forms, referrals forms,…) in line with internal standard operating procedures, guidelines and protection principles;
– Ensure cases are well recorded through the database and other data collection methodologies (beneficiary’s files, …) and share to the Project Manager when required;
– Ensure additional monitoring tools (attendance sheet, reports,…) are well recorded and stored properly;
– Adhere to HI’s data protection and confidentiality protocols;
5. Networking and representation
– Identify and network with external service providers to reinforce referral mechanisms;
– Support the Senior Protection Officer and Project Manager in continuous mapping of services available in HI’s areas of intervention;
– Establish and maintain positive and efficient relations with target beneficiaries, community members, and all the other actors operating in the camp;
– Coordinate regular activities with IDP committees, Kebele authorities, and other partner teams as may be necessary;
4.6. Maintain a high quality of work
– Maintain a high level of knowledge and skills in understanding needed responses to general protection issues of IDPs and host community;
– Ensure the implemented project meet the quality requirements of HI, partners and the funding agency;
7. Responsible for implementing the safeguarding policies at project level
– Ensure respect and compliance of HI’s policies including Child Protection and Child Safeguarding Policy, Prevention of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse [PSEA] policy, Anti-fraud and anti-corruption policy, Code of Conduct;
– Ensure reporting mechanisms are implemented and accessible for persons with specific needs in the working areas and inform the community accordingly;
– Report immediately to the Project Manager and Operational coordinator any concern, incident related to child protection, safeguarding and PSEA;
8. Relationship management
– Work in cooperation and partnership with local government stakeholders to realize the project objectives with the support of the Project Manager;
– Create and maintain conducive working relationships with protection partners, Zone and Woreda Women & Children Affairs, DPPO, Health, Justice, Education Offices, host communities, beneficiaries, project staff and other stakeholders to facilitate smooth implementation of the project activities;
– Set-up and maintain effective communication system with partners and stakeholders;

Job Requirements

Education & Qualification
– Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology, Social Work, Psychology.
Knowledge and Professional Experience required
– Minimum of 2 years of technical experience on General Protection in humanitarian intervention (protection principles and minimum standards, vulnerabilities, protection risks, …) including on Community-based protection approach and awareness raising in humanitarian settings;
– Good knowledge of data collection, analysis and reporting;
Skills
• Computer literacy (Word, Excel and Power Point).
• Ability to work in remote areas of Liben zone.
• High degree of confidentiality.
• Good interpersonal and communication skills.
• Ability to work with teams and develop team spirit.
• Diligence and attention to detail.
• Never been convicted, free from khat, smoking, alcohol and substance abuse addictions.
Knowledge of working area language (Somali) is Must.

Interested applicants who meet the above criteria should submit a 1 page motivation letter through email  at recruitment@ethiopia.hi.org on or before the above mentioned deadline.

Please clearly state the position you apply in the subject of your email and also for which duty station.  Only short listed candidates will be contacted for exam/interview no phone calls please.

We’re committed to safeguarding and promoting child protection and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. This position involves working with beneficiaries and is subject to strict safer recruitment checks. The successful candidate will be required to complete a police check and sign self-declaration form to help us verify your suitability to work with children including checks with past employers.

Humanity & Inclusion is an equal opportunity employer and particularly welcomes women and persons with disabilities to apply.

Project Officer – HELASIA Gambela at Humanity & Inclusion (Handicap International)

Job Description

Duty Station:  Gambela
Mission
The Project Officer (PO) implements the project activities aimed at improving person with disabilities right and quality of life.
The project will be implemented in consortium with Federation Ethiopian National Association of Person with Disabilities (FENAPD)
Responsibilities
1. Project Implementation and management support
• Develop annual and quarterly project activity plan, in collaboration with Addis Ababa project site base project officer, training officer, local government stakeholders; Gambella, BoLSA, REB and wereda health facility staffs, community health workers (CHW) and DPOs with the validation of the project manager.
• Provide a bi-monthly activity plan.
• Provide technical inputs to health facility staff, DPOs, and REB for quality activity implementation
• Monitor and support whether FENAPD implementing the agreed project activities in Gambella based on standards and agreed timetable.
• Participate in the development of project quality and monitoring quality indicators of the project.
• Contribute to formative, quantitative and client-centered research/assessment to identify key health behavior determinants targeted by the project.
• Maintain M&E system and feedback mechanisms.
• Make regular field trips to project sites (Woredas in Gambella) to meet with schools, Person with disabilities beneficiaries, and visit health facilities services to monitor quality of activity implementation as assigned by the Project Manager.
2. Proper Documenting and record keeping
• Ensure proper documentation and efficient use of project’s resources.
• Produce terms of reference and activity reports for each activity implemented.
• Coordinate with implementing and local partner to provide inputs for the periodical reports to submit to the Project Manager as required by donors and government cosignatories.
• Carry out regular recording and reporting of activities, field trips and meetings; in coordination with other team members.
• Compile monthly and project activities report and submit to PM.
• Use Washington Group Tools for disability inclusion data collection
• Maintain a database of information on the project (Disability, Gender and Age dis-aggregated).
• Participate in compiling lessons learned, designing and implementing events for exchange of project experience.
• Ensure effective recording and dissemination of results of model of capacity building programs for local government and FENAPD and DPO capacity building.
• Contribute to designing system to compile and disseminate good project practices.
• Ensure regular recording of field trips and activity implementation related to project implementation.
• Prepare and submit monthly time sheet.
3. Develop resources to conduct capacity building/awareness-raising initiatives
• With training officer, develop training resource to build the capacity of the DPOs, schools, cluster health facility team and the community on the rights of person with disabilities and related issues.
• With training officer, develop interesting and user-friendly awareness-raising material/manuals.
• Translate short documents in to local language or review the translation of materials.
• Conduct training need assessment and trainings of target beneficiaries, schools, BoLSA, local public health service providers and DPOs.
• Monitor and evaluate to ensure the sensitization and training to relevant community actors on the rights of person with disabilities.
4. Maintain a high quality of work
• Study and maintain a high level of knowledge and skills in understanding disability, inclusion of person with disabilities, CRPD and SDG and implementation.
• Coordinate with HELASIA-PM and the project team, to ensure the project and its activities are in compliance with local laws and regulations, HI standards and donor requirements.
5.5. Responsible for implementing the safeguarding policies at project level
• Prepare work plans and implement safeguarding (child protection, PSEA) activities.
• Ensures that the local partners are aware of the safeguarding policies and facilitate training to build their capacity in this regard
• Ensure that the safeguarding policies are implemented at all levels in the project site
• Ensure that project beneficiaries are aware of these policies and promote to report any concern regarding child protection or PSEA
• Monitor and document the progress of child protection and PSEA activities.
• Report immediately any concern, incident to the PM/PD concerning child protection and PSEA.
6. Relationship management
• Represent HI on the work related engagement with government partners, DPOs and schools in the course project implementation under the supervision of the Project Manager.
• Cooperate with local government counterparts and other stakeholders to realize the project objectives.
• Maintain conducive working relationships with staff members, partners, beneficiaries and other stakeholders to facilitate the implementation of the project.
• Set-up a proper communication system with partners

Job Requirements

Education & Qualification
• Degree in Human Rights Law, Disability and Development study, Social work, Sociology, special needs education or related field
Professional Experience
• Minimum of 2 years of programmatic and technical experience in the area of inclusion
• Working experience in field of disability, inclusion and mainstreaming.
• Knowledge and understanding the rights of person with disabilities, CRPD and SDG
• Experience in community development and community mobilization and working with DPOs, REB, BoLSA, schools and health facilities;
• Hands-on experience on the rights of person with disabilities
• Knowledge of local languages and command of English is an asset.
Skills
• High degree of confidentiality.
• Computer literacy (Word, Excel and Power Point).
• Diligence and attention to detail.
• Good interpersonal and communication skills.
Language
• Knowledge of local language is mandatory.

Interested applicants who meet the above criteria should submit a 1 page motivation letter through email  at recruitment@ethiopia.hi.org on or before the above mentioned deadline.

Please clearly state the position you apply in the subject of your email and also for which duty station.  Only short listed candidates will be contacted for exam/interview no phone calls please.

We’re committed to safeguarding and promoting child protection and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. This position involves working with beneficiaries and is subject to strict safer recruitment checks. The successful candidate will be required to complete a police check and sign self-declaration form to help us verify your suitability to work with children including checks with past employers.

Humanity & Inclusion is an equal opportunity employer and particularly welcomes women and persons with disabilities to apply.

Roving Physiotherapist – HELASIA at Humanity & Inclusion (Handicap International)

Job Description

Mission
The physiotherapist will implement the project activities aimed at improving person with disabilities right and quality of life.
The project will be implemented in consortium with Federation Ethiopian National Association of Person with Disabilities (FENAPD).
Duty Station: Based in Gambella with frequent travel to other regions of Ethiopia
Responsibilities
• Make subjective and objective assessment of patients with regards to impairments, function, patient goals and social situation.
• Based on assessment, identify problems and make treatment plan with the beneficiary.
• Working closely with the log team to purchase quality assistive devices according to the needs of individual beneficiaries
• Distribute assistive devices to the project beneficiaries and train them how to use them
• Ensure good communication with beneficiary at all times throughout the assessment, setting of goals and explanation of treatment.
• Ensure that Physiotherapy equipment is kept safely and if repairs are needed, facilitate the maintenance thereof and compile information.
• Reporting as required by project indicators and participate in project evaluation
• Represent HI on the work related engagement with government partners, FENAPD, DPOs and schools in the course project implementation under the supervision of the Project Manager.
• Cooperate with local government counterparts and other stakeholders to realize the project objectives.
• Maintain conducive working relationships with staff members, partners, beneficiaries and other stakeholders to facilitate the implementation of the project.
• Set-up a proper communication system with partners
• Other duties as assigned by line manager

Job Requirements

Education
• BA Degree in physiotherapy
Professional Experience
• Minimum of 2 years of programmatic and technical experience in the area of inclusion and physiotherapy experience
• Knowledge and understanding the rights of person with disabilities, CRPD and SDG
• Experience in community development and community mobilization and working with DPOs, REB, BoLSA, schools and health facilities;
• Hands-on experience on the rights of person with disabilities
• Knowledge of local languages and command of English is an asset.
Skills
• Willingness and ability to work in remote locations
• Willingness to live in an environment where entertainment facilities are limited and with movement restrictions
• Resilient to stress
• High degree of confidentiality.
• Computer literacy (Word, Excel and Power Point).
• Diligence and attention to detail.
• Good interpersonal and communication skills.
• Knowledge of local language is mandatory.

Interested applicants who meet the above criteria should submit a 1 page motivation letter through email  at recruitment@ethiopia.hi.org on or before the above mentioned deadline.

Please clearly state the position you apply in the subject of your email and also for which duty station.  Only short listed candidates will be contacted for exam/interview no phone calls please.

We’re committed to safeguarding and promoting child protection and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. This position involves working with beneficiaries and is subject to strict safer recruitment checks. The successful candidate will be required to complete a police check and sign self-declaration form to help us verify your suitability to work with children including checks with past employers.

Humanity & Inclusion is an equal opportunity employer and particularly welcomes women and persons with disabilities to apply.

Roving Training Officer – HELASIA at Humanity & Inclusion (Handicap International)

Job Description

Mission
The Training Officer (TO) will be based in Addis but travel to project site (Gambella). The overall objective of the Position is to implement the project activities aimed at improving person with disabilities right and quality of life.
The project will be implemented in consortium with Federation Ethiopian National Association of Person with Disabilities (FENAPD)
Responsibilities
1. Develop resources and conduct capacity building/awareness-raising initiatives
• Analyzing training needs in conjunction with project officers both in Gambella and Addis Ababa
 Conduct training need assessment and trainings of target beneficiaries, schools, BoLSA, local public health service providers and DPOs.
• Planning, directing and delivering quality training
 Train CSOs and DPOs on Advocacy for Policy Change, Policy realization and UNCRPD monitoring, on leadership, fundraising and management trainings, on partnership building and Good Governance,
 Awareness raising, training and support to increase capacity of major local health and education sector actors to refer persons with disabilities to adequate and quality services
 Organize workshops with DPOs to define parameters of study into shortfalls between policy environment and reality of application of inclusive policies
 Cascade BRIDGE training for DPOs in the countryPromoting an open knowledge-sharing environment that builds knowledge, skills and service for the benefit of the beneficiaries.
 Develop training resource to build the capacity of the DPOs, schools, health facility team and the community on the rights of person with disabilities and related issues.
• Develop interesting and user-friendly awareness-raising material / manuals with project officers.
• Conduct stimulating and effective training and information sessions.
• Translate short documents in to local language or review the translation of materials.
• Monitor and evaluate to ensure the sensitization and training to relevant community actors in the rights of person with disabilities.
2. Project Implementation and management support
• Develop annual and quarterly project activity plan, in collaboration with Gambella and Addis Ababa project officers, local government stakeholders; Addis Ababa BoLSA, REB and wereda health facility staffs, community health workers (CHW) and DPOs with the validation of the project manager.
• Provide a bi-monthly activity plan.
• Effectively plan, organize and implement events including workshops, awareness-raising campaigns, trainings and experience sharing opportunities with the PM and project officers.
• Provide technical inputs to health facility staff, DPOs, and REB for quality activity implementation
• Contribute to formative, quantitative and client-centered research to identify key health behavior determinants targeted by the project.
• Maintain M&E system and feedback mechanisms.
• Make regular field trips to project sites to meet with schools, Person with disabilities beneficiaries, and visit health facilities services to monitor quality of activity implementation as assigned by the Project Manager.
3. Proper Documenting and record keeping
• Ensure proper documentation and efficient use of project’s resources.
• Produce terms of reference and activity reports for each activity implemented.
• Carry out regular recording and reporting of activities, trainings, workshops and meetings; in coordination with other team members.
• Compile monthly and project activities report and submit to PM.
• Use Washington Group Tools for disability inclusion data collection
• Maintain a database of information on the project (Disability, Gender and Age disaggregated).
• Participate in compiling lessons learned, designing and implementing events for exchange of project experience.
• Ensure effective recording and dissemination of results of model of capacity building programs for local government and FENAPD and DPO capacity building.
• Contribute to designing system to compile and disseminate good project practices.
• Ensure regular recording of field trips and activity implementation related to project implementation.
• Prepare and submit monthly time sheet.
4. Maintain a high quality of work
• Study and maintain a high level of knowledge and skills in understanding disability, inclusion of person with disabilities, CRPD and SDG and implementation.
• Coordinate with HELASIA-PM to ensure the project and its activities are in compliance with local laws and regulations, HI standards and donor requirements.
5.5. Responsible for implementing the safeguarding Policies at project level
• Prepare work plans and implement safeguarding (child protection, PSEA) activities.
• Ensures that the local partners are aware of the safeguarding policies and facilitate trainings to build their capacity in this regard
• Ensure that the safeguarding policies are implemented at all levels in the project site
• Ensure that project beneficiaries are aware of these policies and promote to report any concern regarding child protection or PSEA
• Monitor and document the progress of child protection and PSEA activities.
• Report immediately any concern, incident to the PM/PD concerning child protection and PSEA.
6. Relationship management
• Represent HI on the work related engagement with government partners, FENAPD, DPOs and schools in the course project implementation under the supervision of the Project Manager.
• Cooperate with local government counterparts and other stakeholders to realize the project objectives.
• Maintain conducive working relationships with staff members, partners, beneficiaries and other stakeholders to facilitate the implementation of the project.
• Set-up a proper communication system with partners

Job Requirements

Education & Qualification
• Degree in Human Rights Law, disability and development ,development, social work, Sociology, special needs education or related fields
Professional Experience
• Minimum of 2 years of programmatic and technical experience in the area of inclusion
• Knowledge and understanding the rights of person with disabilities, CRPD and SDG
• Experience in developing curriculum and conducting/facilitating training for government officials, NGOs staff and community.
• Working experience in field of disability, inclusion and mainstreaming.
• Experience in community development and community mobilization
• Experience in conducting trainings, workshops, panel discussion with DPOs, REB, BoLSA, schools and health facilities;
• Hands-on experience on the rights of person with disabilities
• Knowledge of local languages and command of English is an asset.
Skills
• Training facilitation skill
• Diligence and attention to detail.
• Good interpersonal and communication skills.
• Approachable
• Effective organizational skills
• Team working skills
• Computer literacy (Word, Excel and power point).
• Knowledge of local language is mandatory.

Interested applicants who meet the above criteria should submit a 1 page motivation letter through email  at recruitment@ethiopia.hi.org on or before the above mentioned deadline.

Please clearly state the position you apply in the subject of your email and also for which duty station.  Only short listed candidates will be contacted for exam/interview no phone calls please.

We’re committed to safeguarding and promoting child protection and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. This position involves working with beneficiaries and is subject to strict safer recruitment checks. The successful candidate will be required to complete a police check and sign self-declaration form to help us verify your suitability to work with children including checks with past employers.

Humanity & Inclusion is an equal opportunity employer and particularly welcomes women and persons with disabilities to apply.