Ethiopia: Sanitation and Hygiene Promotion Officer (Ethiopian Nationals Only)

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Organization: International Rescue Committee
Country: Ethiopia
Closing date: 30 May 2018

The IRC is a non-governmental organization operating in 40 countries in the world. IRC started operation in Ethiopia in year 2000, currently working in five regions in providing relief services to refugees, victims of drought, and war affected populations.



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Position– Sanitation and Hygiene Promotion (SHP) Officer

Location– Helewein Refugee Camp

Length of Employment– Definite

Posting Date – May 21, 2018

Closing Date – May 30, 2018

Vacancy Code – 01/525


The IRC is a Non-Governmental humanitarian organization working world wide to serve refugees and communities victimized by oppression, natural disaster and violent conflict. The IRC has been working in Ethiopia since 2000 and is currently working in six regions including Melkadida, following the influx from the neighboring Somalia since 2010.


IRC Ethiopia is a key actor in the WASH sector in six regions, including Malkadida, where it has been implementing safe water supply program towards improving health and wellbeing of Somali Refugees across the three camps of Melkadida, Bokolomayo and Kobe. Currently IRC Melkadida Field Office is expanding its WASH responses to refugee camps of Burmanio and Helewein, including the Reception Center at Dollo Ado.


Technically reporting to the WASH/ Environmental Health Manager, the sanitation and hygiene Promotion officer will provide leadership and management of all aspects of the hygiene promotion and sanitation component of EH/WASH project/s at Helewein Refugees camp. He/She will be responsible for the implementation of hygiene promotion and sanitation component and ensuring program quality, completion of activities within allocated funding and project period, and identifying new needs for program expansion and improvement. The Sanitation and hygiene Promotion Officer will be spending full of his/her time in Helewein camps.


· In coordination with EH Manager, undertake/take part in quantitative/qualitative assessments to identify key risky hygiene behaviors to work on and to capture key achievements with-in the framework of project/s,

· Work with Environmental Agents and target beneficiaries to identify volunteers/incentive workers for hygiene promotion/education,

· Train volunteers/incentive workers on basics of hygiene promotion/education, hygiene promotion/education methods/approaches, communication and facilitation skills,

· Prepare detail implementation plan for hygiene promotion/education activities in coordination with EH Manager and other EH staff,

· Ensure implementation of hygiene promotion activities as per planned approaches/methods through use of EHA, and volunteers/incentive workers,

· Work with EH manager on development, testing, printing and positioning of culturally appropriate IEC materials, and monitoring tools and ensure proper use of the same,

· Prepare weekly and monthly progress reports/updates,

· Ensure needs of most vulnerable are taken in to account at all stages of hygiene promotion intervention/s,

· Coordinate and integrate with other IPs in harmonizing hygiene promotion/education interventions,

· Document and share lessons learned and success stories in relation to hygiene to inform future programming

· Ensure proper implementation of hygiene and sanitation component of WASH projects with-in allocated budget and timeline meeting international standards;

· Ensure integration of Water, sanitation and hygiene promotion components of projects

· Prepare monthly field reports covering all hygiene and sanitation components and submit to EH Manager;

· Undertake need assessments and contribute in the preparation of new proposals,

· Visit the camp regularly and provide on-site mentoring to hygiene and sanitation team in the camp.

· Ensure that procurements are timely initiated, monitored and prioritized by the logistics team;

· Monitor and ensure spending against plan, and analyze monthly financial reports;

· Ensure that program spending is in line with original plan and burn rate balances with implementation progress;

· Work with finance and logistics to ensure the program quality ;

· Support EH staffs and non-EH sectors to ensure a quality program implementation

· Foster linkages with partners including ARRA and UNHCR for effective implementation of the program

· Attend Task force and coordination meeting at Camp as instructed by supervisor

· Any additional tasks as assigned by his/her supervisor


· BSc Degree in Environmental Health or any other related field from recognized University with a minimum of Three year relevant work experience on hygiene promotion with I/NGO in emergency and refugee settings; or Diploma and six year work experience.

· Previous experience of implementing participatory hygiene promotion and sanitation methods (e.g. PHAST, CLTS/H,) and organizing campaigns on key hygiene themes;

· Previous experience of implementing institutional (schools & health facilities) hygiene promotions/educations;

· Ability to work in stressful conditions and with limited social services and insecure environments.

· Ability to work independently with minimum supervision and in a highly results oriented work culture

· Knowledge, skill and experience in participatory methods for promoting sustainability of WASH interventions

· NGO experience is plus.


· Good communication, organizational and interpersonal skills

· Basic supervisory/managerial skills

· Ability to work as part of a team as well as to work autonomously when required;

· Computer Literate – Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Power Point and e-mail);

· Fluency in English (Oral and Written); Somali language a plus advantage for the position.

· Supervisory/basic managerial skills

· Technical and report writing skills *

How to apply:

· Please send your CV, application letter and copies of credentials to the following address: IRC P.O.BOX: 107 Code 1110, Addis Ababa or apply through IRC Melkadida field office HR/Admin Department:

· Please include 3 references from current and former employers.

· Applications will not be returned. IRC discourages phone calls or personal visits/applications in person.

· Only applicants meeting the minimum qualification will be short listed and contacted.

Your application letter/cover letter must include the following information.

· Name of the position you have applied for

· Date of application

· Summary of your qualifications and experience

· Motivation/objective of why you have applied for the job

· Permanent Address and present address (if different form permanent) and telephone number

· Disclose any family relationships with existing IRC employees.

Are any of your relatives employed by International Rescue committee (IRC)? If answer is “yes”, give the following information:





Office/field office

IRC is an equal employment opportunity employer. IRC considers all applicants on the basis of merit without regard to race, sex, color, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, age, marital status or disability.

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Ethiopia: Research on the Interaction between Climate Change Variables, Labour Markets and Migration

Organization: International Labour Organization
Country: Ethiopia
Closing date: 10 Jun 2018


The project “Free Movement of Persons and Transhumance in the IGAD Region: Improving Opportunities for Regular Labour Mobility” was launched by the International Labour Organisation, in collaboration with IGAD, in 2017 to lay the groundwork for the implementation of the free movement protocol in the IGAD region. This has been achieved primarily through building up the knowledge base of migration and labour market dynamics in the region, capacity-building activities on labour migration and development of employment and skills opportunities in the Ethiopia-Sudan migration corridor.

The overall objective of the project is to improve opportunities for regulated labour mobility and decent work within the IGAD countries through the development of models of intervention, in the broader context of the regional integration process. In the long-term, it is expected to extend decent work opportunities to current and potential migrants within the region, as well as contribute to regional integration, strengthen the link between economic growth and job growth, and enhance the social and economic integration of migrants.

The project’s interventions cover two main areas: knowledge-building and operational implementation. The knowledge-building component seeks to deepen understanding of migration and labour market dynamics in the region, including the constraints and opportunities for employment creation and causes of skills shortages. In this regard, an increasingly important crosscutting issue is climate change and its impacts on labour markets and migration.

To date, there is a lack of targeted research that considers the impacts of climate change on labour markets and migration. The majority of research focuses on the multi-causal relationship between climate change and migration and human mobility more generally. A focus on the labour market dimensions of climate change and employment is critical to understand overall migration patterns and examine how climate and labour market variables interact and further determine migration outcomes. This is particularly important given the increasing incidences of climate induced migration due to slow or sudden onset climatic hazards. Climate change variables not only undermine the livelihoods of migrants in their countries of origin, but also affect labour markets in countries and communities of transit and destination. Identifying and analysing these interactions will be critical to understand the overall characteristics of migration in the region, particularly given protracted and ongoing migration and human mobility due to drought and other climatic factors. The scale of such movements is also expected to increase in the coming years with unprecedented impacts on the livelihoods of people both in countries of origin, transit and destination. Cognizant of this and the fact that migrant workers represent more than 70% of all migrants of working age, analysing the interplay between climate change, migration and employment along the migration cycle is critical.

Given the circumstances, the project aims to conduct research on the links between climate change, migration and employment to build knowledge of how climate variables interact with other key variables that affect labour market and migration outcomes. The knowledge that is generated will help to inform labour migration, employment and labour market policies and programmes in the IGAD secretariat and its member States.

In this context, the ILO Country Office for Djibouti, Ethiopia, Sudan, South Sudan and Somalia, based in Addis Ababa, is seeking to recruit a consultant to conduct the first phase of research and prepare a framework to conceptualise the links between climate change, migration and employment.

Purpose and Scope

The overall objective of the research activity is “to build knowledge and deepen understanding of the links between climate change, migration and employment so as to inform interventions that support regulated labour mobility and decent work”. Research will be divided into two phases. The first phase of the study will review and summarise the existing state of knowledge on the three areas of interest and present a conceptual framework of the links between them. The conceptual framework will later inform a second phase of empirical research. The consultancy in question will focus on the first phase.

The first phase of the study will constitute a desk review of existing literature and data sources that document patterns and trends in climate change, migration and employment in the region. It will also map existing entities that work to address these areas of work.


The first phase of the study will include a review of existing literature and data sources, in addition to a mapping of entities that address climate change impacts, migration and employment in the region. The consultant will compile a list of sources (both literature and data sources) on the three areas of interest, upon which they will elaborate. It is advised that the consultant work in collaboration with relevant IGAD research bodies to ensure that accurate and up-to-date sources are used. Contact with these bodies will be facilitated through the ILO if necessary.

The exercise will aim to:

  • Assess the state of knowledge on migration, climate change and employment at the national and regional levels.

  • Critically examine and develop a model that illustrates the link between climate change, migration and employment

  • Identify gaps in data and knowledge.

  • Identify which entities are working on the topics of climate change, migration and employment, and what they are doing at the national and regional levels to address them.

  • Identify how regional policies and legislative frameworks address the topics of climate change, human mobility, labour markets, employment and livelihoods.

The exercise will consider, among other questions:

  • What are the economic and labour market characteristics of places of origin, destination and transit?

  • How are climate change variables affecting employment opportunities in the region and in particular main countries of origin, transit and destination?

  • How are climate change variables shaping economic dimensions of the decision to move?

  • Is migration a negative coping strategy, or does it provide positive opportunities? Under what conditions can migration be a positive opportunity in the region?

These and other questions will be revised after preliminary consultation between ILO project staff and the consultant.

Review Management and Process


The consultant will report directly to the ILO Technical Officer in ILO Country Office, Addis Abba with support from other ILO technical experts as required. It is expected that the work will be done remotely. Regular communication will be maintained over skype, phone calls, emails and video conference as appropriate.

Expected Outputs:**

The consultant is expected to submit the following outputs:

  • An inception report with a preliminary outline of the report, list of sources and time table

  • A draft research report

  • A final research report

A research report will be presented summarising main findings from the desk review and mapping exercises. It will provide an over view of existing literature, data sources and entities that address migration, climate change, employment in the IGAD region. It will present a conceptual framework of the linkages between the three areas of interest and provide policy makers with a foundation to build collaboration across areas of expertise.

The final report should include:

  • A summary of existing knowledge on the three areas of interest, with a focus on the IGAD region.

  • A summary of the national and regional entities (governmental) that are working to address these areas.

  • A conceptual framework of the links between the three areas of interest.

  • A summary of possible synergies between the work of entities working in these areas.

Tentative timeframe of the work

The assignment is expected to be completed in a maximum of six weeks period from the signing of the contract between the ILO and the wining consultant.

Qualifications and Experience

Advanced degree in International Relations, Economics, Migration Studies or other related fields.

3-5 years of experience working on employment, migration and/or climate change issues particularly in the Horn of Africa.

3-5 years conducting mixed-methods research.

Fluency in English and excellent writing skills.

Excellent analytical skills.

Ownership and Disclosure of Data/Information

All documents, project data and information obtained in connection with this assignment shall be treated confidential and shall not without the written approval of ILO be made available to any third party. All the documents provided by ILO, both soft and hard copies are to be returned to ILO upon completion of the assignment. All documentation and reports written as, and as a result of this assignment or otherwise related to it shall remain the property of ILO. No part of the report shall be reproduced except with the prior, expressed and specific written permission of ILO.

How to apply:

Interested applicants should submit their technical and financial proposal as well as other supporting documents via email to the following address – citing “Application for the study on Climate Change, Migration and employment” as a subject.

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Ethiopia: Psychosocial Support Officer

Organization: Terre des Hommes Netherlands
Country: Ethiopia
Closing date: 08 Jun 2018

Terre des Hommes Netherlands in East Africa is looking for a Psychosocial Support Officer, full time, to be based in Gondar (Ethiopia), with frequent travel within Ethiopia.

Our approach

Terre des Hommes Netherlands (TdH-NL) prevents child exploitation, rescues children from exploitative situations and ensures that these children can continue their development in a safe environment. Terre des Hommes Netherlands in Africa focuses within its Child Protection programme on the themes of Sexual Exploitation of Children, the Worst Forms of Child Labour, Child Trafficking and Unsafe Migration, Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights, and on Child Protection in Humanitarian Crisis. For each of these forms of child exploitation, Terre des Hommes Netherlands develops and implements programmes, through local civil society partners. In Africa, Terre des Hommes Netherlands works in Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania and Ethiopia. As part of its multi-year strategic plan (2016-2020) Terre des Hommes Netherlands plans to increase its support to comprehensive programmes addressing Child Exploitation in Africa.

Objective of the function

The Psychosocial Support Officer is responsible for the social, psychological and emotional development of returnees from Saudi Arabia under the Supporting Ethiopian Returnees from Saudi Arabia in Gondar City Administration project and based in Gondar. He/she will provide guidance and counseling for project target beneficiaries (i.e. children/youth vulnerable to risky migration/trafficking as well as returnees from Saudi Arabia) and undertakes regular follow ups.

Position in the organisation

The Psychosocial Officer works within the Ethiopia Country Office Team, and receives hierarchical leadership from the Country Manager Ethiopia, to whom he/she reports. He/she will, in close collaboration and consultation with the country team, advise and act on the development, implementation and monitoring of the various projects under the TdH-NL Child Protection programme in Ethiopia.

Main Duties include:

  • Provides guidance and counseling for children vulnerable to and victims of risky migration and trafficking, as well as returnees from Saudi Arabia

  • Identifies push and pull factors for risky migration and trafficking and provides training for the community representatives, children and government actors

  • Ensures returnees have positive mind sets on Income Generating Activities (IGAs), are engaged in sustainable IGAs, and linked with relevant actors

  • Participates in recruitment of project beneficiaries

  • Undertakes close follow-up/monitoring visit among the targets

  • Ensures proper documentation is put in place

  • Prepares case stories and reports as required by the project

  • Works closely with other project (TdH-NL) staffs for the realisation of project objectives and goals

  • Performs other, similar duties as assigned by the Country Manager

Knowledge, Skills, Experience and Behaviours Necessary to achieve role purpose

  • BA Degree and above in Psychology, Social Work, Sociology or similar discipline

  • At least three years of experience working with vulnerable/victim children, women and specific needs groups and case management programs in providing counseling and guidance, psychosocial support

  • Experience of working in a NGO will be an advantage

  • Knowledge of and experience with project cycle management, including the use of Theory of Change and other planning tools

  • Ability to speak fluently in both Amharic and English

  • Strong interpersonal communication and listening skills

  • Capacity to build relationships with target groups

  • Excellent report writing skills

  • Planning, organising, cooperation, performance oriented

  • High degree of taking initiative and working independently

Competence Profile

A. Showing initiative

Showing the initiative to take action and get the job done before that it is asked of you.

Level 2: Handles extra duties on own initiative outside own job description, identifies problem areas in task execution and makes improvement proposals.

B. Planning & Organising

The effective alignment of activities, time and resources to achieve objectives.

Level 1: Plans and organises own work in a logical way.

C. Performance orientation

Focused on goal setting and active achievement of results.

Level 1: Works in a goal-oriented manner and within a framework aimed at achieving results.

D. Cooperation

Can contribute to a collective result, even when there is no personal benefit at stake.

Level 2: Works together at own initiative to make a contribution to the achievement of shared objectives.

Job Level: C

Contract Period: One Year

How to apply:

Please send your motivation letter and curriculum vitae by e-mail to: clearly demonstrating how you meet the qualifications for this position, no later than by Friday, 8th June 2018. For more information about this position, you can contact us through the same email address.

This is a national position. Applicants must be able to provide proof of the right to live and work in Ethiopia.

Note that due to the expected large responses only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

The selection procedure will also include an assessment test, and checking of recent professional references.

Ethiopia: Supply Chain Procurement Manager (Ethiopian Nationals Only)

Organization: International Rescue Committee
Country: Ethiopia
Closing date: 28 May 2018

The IRC is a non-governmental organization operating in 40 countries in the world. IRC started operation in Ethiopia in year 2000, currently working in five regions in providing relief services to refugees, victims of drought, and war affected populations.



Re-advertised *

Internal/External vacancy

Position– Supply Chain Procurement Manager (Ethiopian Nationals Only

Location– Addis Ababa

Length of Employment – Open

Posting Date– May 18, 2018

Closing Date– May 28, 2018

Vacancy Code– 01/503-3

Program Background:

The International Rescue Committee (IRC) responds to the world’s worst humanitarian crises and helps people to survive and rebuild their lives. Founded in 1933, the IRC offers lifesaving care and life-changing assistance to refugees forced to flee from war or disaster.

IRC has been working in Ethiopia since 1999 and is implementing integrated, community-managed programs aimed at improving the quality of lives and recover of livelihood of disaster-affected population’s through promoting individual participation, strengthening institutions and emergency response

Currently IRC is operating in the Benishangule, Tigray, SNNPR and Somali regions on Emergency Response, refugee’s assistance and livelihood projects.

Position Overview

The Procurement Manager is a key member of the IRC’s operations team in Ethiopia. This position is responsible for the management and delivery of effective supply chain and logistics support in compliance with IRC and donor regulations. Key responsibilities include procurement, Contracting, supplier management, negotiations with suppliers, market assessment and staff management. The position is based in the IRC main office in Addis Ababa with occasional travel to the IRC field offices


  • Responsible for creating and managing a list of Contracted Suppliers based on IRC Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs).

  • Responsible for Due Diligence checks (supplier references, site visits, historical data, anti-terrorism compliance) for Adhoc, Contracted, and Master Purchase/Service Agreement (MPA/MSA) suppliers.

  • Responsible for executing contracts with suppliers based on their assessed ability to provide high quality goods and services, short delivery time, and value for money.

  • Conduct market surveys in key categories to ensure that IRC is receiving best value for money.

  • Document each procurement process fully and clearly according to IRC policy.

  • As the IRC has zero tolerance for corruption, coordinate and work with the Assistant Supply Chain Coordinator, Field Coordinators and headquarter Global Supply Chain colleagues to mitigate any risk of fraud.

  • In collaboration with Assistant Supply Chain Coordinator, pro-actively work with budget holder to plan for procurements for all open grants.

  • Develop a category sourcing strategy to determine which categories of goods and services are key to program delivery determine the procurement method to apply for each category.

  • Establish MPA/MSAs through a tender process for most frequently purchased goods and services in compliance to the IRC policies and procedures.

  • Negotiate contractual arrangements with suppliers to ensure that value for money and excellent service levels are maintained and optimized.

  • Conduct supplier performance assessment prior to renewal of contract in line with KPIs and contractual obligations.

  • Ensure payment requests to finance with appropriate supporting documentation to ensure efficiency in supplier payments.

  • Conduct relevant training to supply chain and non-supply chain staff in the contracting, requesting for goods/services, and supplier management standard operating procedures.


· Proactively advise IRC staff on how to use supply chain tools and services.

· Maintain relationships with community stakeholders and organizations, as necessary.

· Support the customs clearance of IRC international procurements in line with Ethiopia regulations.

· Ensure monthly supply chain reports are submitted, reviewed and followed-up as necessary.

· Supervise other supply chain staff as directed by the Assistant Supply Chain Coordinator.

· Undertake any other duties as requested by Assistant Supply Chain Coordinator, in accordance with the scope and responsibilities of the role.

Procurement Manager Competencies Matrix:

The Procurement Manager Competency matrix is the primary supporting document to this job description and the Procurement Manager must ensure that all tasks are performed to standard.

Key Working Relationships:

Position Reports to: Assistant Supply Chain Coordinator

Position directly supervises; Senior Supply Chain procurement Officers, Supply Chain procurement Officers & Supply Chain Assistant.

Other internal and/or external contacts:

Internal: Regular relationships with Grants, Finance and Programs teams, SC staff at all levels and Deputy Director for Operations.

External: Maintain business relationships with suppliers and may serve as IRC supply chain representative in outside meetings like logistics clusters, inter-agency groups and foundations..


· MA/BA degree in Supply Chain Management, Business Management, or related field.

· 5 years of relevant experience with the first degree.

· 4 years of relevant experience plus post graduate degree.

· At least 1 year of management experience.

· NGO experience is a plus.

Demonstrated Skills and Competencies:

  • Good knowledge and experience of donor rules and regulations.

  • Strong organizational, interpersonal, and communication skills.

  • Strong computer competency with word processing, spreadsheets, databases, and other IT skills.

  • Strong organizational and leadership qualities and willing to exercise initiative.

  • Willingness to participate and contribute as a team member, under challenging work conditions.

  • Training and coaching ability. *

How to apply:

· Please send your CV, application letter and copies of credentials to the following address: or

IRC Addis Ababa office P.O.BOX: 107 code 1110

· Please include 3 references from current and former employers.

· Applications will not be returned. IRC discourages phone calls or personal visits.

· Only applicants meeting the minimum qualification will be short listed and contacted.

Your application letter/cover letter must include the following information.

· Name of the position you have applied for

· Date of application

· Summary of your qualifications and experience

· Motivation/objective of why you have applied for the job

· Permanent Address and present address (if different form permanent) and telephone number

· Disclose any family relationships with existing IRC employees.

Are any of your relatives employed by International Rescue committee (IRC)?

If answer is “yes”, give the following information:





Office/field office

IRC is an equal employment opportunity employer. IRC considers all applicants on the basis of merit without regard to race, sex, color, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, age, marital status or disability.

UNICEF Vacancy: Social Protection Specialist, P-3 Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

UNICEF Vacancy: Social Protection Specialist, P-3, Temporary, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

Job no: 513204
Position type: Temporary Appointment
Location: Ethiopia
Division/Equivalent: Nairobi Regn’l(ESARO)
School/Unit: Ethiopia
Department/Office: Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Categories: Social and Economic Policy

UNICEF works in some of the world’s toughest places, to reach the world’s most disadvantaged children. To save their lives. To defend their rights. To help them fulfill their potential.

Across 190 countries and territories, we work for every child, everywhere, every day, to build a better world for everyone.

And we never give up.

How can you make a difference?                                                             

Support and promote UNICEF’s Integrated Systems Agenda in Social Protection with focus on UNICEF-led ‘Cash Plus’ pilots within the PSNP and UPSNP frameworks

Objectives of the assignment

  1. Maintain effective Policy Dialogue and Advocacy with MoLSA to strengthen integrated and child-sensitive Social Protection systems in Ethiopia
  2. Strengthen the Integrated Systems approach in Social Protection within the UPSNP and the PSNP
  3. Support UNICEF ECO engagement in developing and piloting the “Cash Plus” approach to inform future design of the PSNP and UPSNP, including effective linkages creation to nutrition, child protection and health (financing) sectors
  4. In partnership with IFPRI and the UNICEF Office of Research, support the child-focused social protection research agenda in Ethiopia that includes impact evaluations and researches to improve evidence-based policy design in the area of child-sensitive integrated social protection
  5. Supervise the national social policy specialist of the social protection unit and maintain an effective network of individuals inside and outside UNICEF, building strategic partnerships with a range of key stakeholders in the area of integrated Social Protection agenda

Specific tasks                                                                                                    

  • Provide technical support to MoLSA towards the effective implementation of the National Social Protection Policy and Strategy as well as the Annual review of the Federal and Regional Social Protection Action Plans
  • Advocate with MoLSA and general government level for an integrated Social Protection system agenda
  • Serve as Focal Point for Social Protection at UNICEF level as well as in the general relationship management of relevant donors and technical partners
  • Manage and comprehensively supervise all operational aspects of UNICEF-led ‘Cash Plus’ pilots in Amhara, Addis Ababa, SNNPR and Oromiya regions and ensure effective collaboration and leadership with/of MoLSA, efficient programme management as well as regular monitoring and evaluation activities
  • Support with high quality technical inputs the UNICEF research agenda around the UNICEF-led ‘Cash Plus’ pilots and the general UPSNP and PSNP frameworks and ensure generation of high quality lessons learned from the pilots for potential scale-up to other Woredas and Regions

Expected Deliverables

  • Successful annual Social Protection Sector review in four highland regions as well as at Federal level
  • Agreed activities of the UNICEF/MoLSA Annual Work Plan are implemented in a timely and effective manner
  • Successful finalization of IN SCT pilot in SNNP and Oromiya regions, including the endline impact evaluation, with focus on continuation of integrated systems approach related to the Management Information System, Social Workers engagement and general support of Permanent and Temporary Direct Support clients of the PSNP
  • Successful inception phase of the ‘Cash Plus’ pilot in Amhara and Addis Ababa regions with focus on initial assessments, baseline impact evaluation and programme design through development of manuals and guidelines
  • Adequate UNICEF representation in all relevant forums and technical committees of the UPSNP and PSNP programmes
  • Supervise the national social policy specialist and foster a team spirit in the social protection unit

To qualify as an advocate for every child you will have…

  • An advanced university degree (Master’s or higher) in  Social Sciences, Development Economics, Social Protection, or any related field;
    *A first University Degree in a relevant field combined with 2 additional years of professional experience may be accepted in lieu of an Advanced University Degree.
  • A minimum of Five of relevant professional experience in integrated social protection programmes targeting the most vulnerable women and children, ideally in rural and urban contexts of sub-Saharan Africa;
  • Demonstrable professional experience in the social protection sector, ideally related to the Ethiopia PSNP and UPSNP would be an asset;
  • Extensive and applied knowledge of relevant social protection policies in developing countries;
  • Demonstrable experience regarding the effective design and implementation of safety net programmes;
  • Excellent knowledge of global social protection sector and UNICEF policies in this area;
  • Working Experience with UNICEF would be an asset;
  • Excellent planning and monitoring skills;
  • Excellent networking, communication and coordination; analytical, negotiating and advocacy skills;
  • Excellent writing and presentation skills;
  • Developing country work experience and/or familiarity with emergency is considered an asset.
  • Fluency in English is required. Knowledge of another official UN language (Arabic, Chinese, French, Russian or Spanish) or a local language is an asset.

For every Child, you demonstrate…

UNICEF’s core values of Commitment, Diversity and Integrity and core competencies in Communication, Working with People and Drive for Results.

The technical competencies required for this post are….

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Health Communications & Gender Officer, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

IntraHealth International Vacancy: Health Communications & Gender Officer, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia


Why Choose IntraHealth

Would you like to be a part of purposeful work that saves lives?

For 35 years, in 100 countries, IntraHealth International has empowered health workers to better serve communities in need. IntraHealth fosters local solutions to health care challenges by improving health worker performance, strengthening health systems, harnessing technology, and leveraging partnerships.

As a global champion for health workers, IntraHealth International advocates for the role of the health worker as critical in saving lives and helping the world to achieve the Millennium Development Goals. We partner with governments, NGOs, the private sector, and other organizations to foster policies that empower health workers to better serve communities in need.

IntraHealth International, Inc. is currently accepting applications from potential candidates interested in serving as the Health Communication and Gender Officer as part of IntraHealth’s implementation of a USAID-funded TRANSFORM- Health in Developing Regional (HDR) project as a partner to Amref Health Africa in Ethiopia. The project aims to achieve increased utilization of quality High-Impact MNCH/FP services in Afar, Benishangul-Gumuz, Gambella and Somali regions of Ethiopia through increased access to integrated quality High-Impact MNCH/FP services at health facility and community levels, strengthened health systems to provide quality MNCH/FP services, increased demand for High-Impact MNCH/FP services and improved strategic information for evidence based decision making and program learning.


The Health Communication and Gender Officer will be responsible to provide technical support and coordinate all activities related to Gender and Health Communication activities. S/he will provide support for assigned woreda’s health offices and health facilities in planning, coordination, implementation, monitoring of health communication and gender work of the Transform: HDR project. S/he will work under the direct supervision of the Regional Manager. This position will be based in Afar, Benishangul-Gumuz, Gambella and Somali regional states with frequent travel to facilities and health posts within the assigned woredas to monitor program implementation and oversee the quality of activities and services.


Assist Regional Manager and the RMNCH officers in organizing regional reviews meetings, developing and monitoring gender sensitive annual work plans and budgets as well as associated deliverables and results/outputs
Participate in the regional level gender and women, health communication specific partner and stakeholder meetings, workshops and technical working groups as necessary
Support the implementation of gender integration and Health Communication activities to promote RMNCH/FP service utilization in all facilities under the assigned woredas;
Assist in developing and or adapting gender sensitive communication materials and targeted health communication materials including training materials, job aids and BCC materials
Coordinate health communication and gender related trainings at regional, zonal, woreda and facility levels
Oversee and support utilization of IEC/BC materials and job aids by health facilities
Provide technical assistance to the Zonal Health Office, Woreda Health Offices, health centres, health posts and communities in addressing gender and demand side barriers to RMNCH/FP program interventions
Engage and coordinate in the capacity building efforts that include assessment of barriers to RMNCH/FP service, training needs of health workers;
Support gender integration in service delivery at the facility level addressing barriers for service uptake
Support mainstreaming of gender in day to day implementation of Transform HDR project
Coordinate and conduct regular field visits to provide post training follow up and onsite mentorship
Coordinate and conduct integrated/joint supportive supervision to HC, HP and communities and document findings and recommendations of field visits for follow-up action.
Ensure that feedback from supportive supervision visits, review meetings and related forums are applied in the facilities for continuous improvement in gender and health communication interventions
Support the linkage of HEWs with HDA as well as community mobilization and sensitization through HDA for activities related to gender and health communication and ensure that key messages of the program reach the community.
Participate in the development of Woreda operational plans for RMNCH/FP programs and support the RMNCH/FP team in executing the annual plans.
Produce, document and share program implementation reports, supportive supervision as well as mentoring reports as per the standard format.
Identify areas of best practices and success stories and collaborate with Regional Manager and communication team to produce the practice report and stories.
Assist the Country Office program advisors in preparing programme/project status reports as well as documenting lessons learned in specific technical areas for wider dissemination/use.
Closely work with the regional and Country Office Monitoring and Evaluation team to document performance, develop data base and update it regularly.
Performs other functions assigned by the project within the areas of expertise.


BA degree in women studies, sociology and social administration, social work, Health promotion, public health or related fields
Minimum of 5 years of experience and knowledge on gender mainstreaming in the health sector, behavior change communication, GBV, HTPs
Demonstrated experience in gender sensitive programmatic
Demonstrated experience in demand creation and community mobilization for community and facility-based health services
Knowledge of context and RMNCH/FP situation in the Developing regions
Experience in organizing standard gender sensitive maternal and development trainings
Has received training on gender mainstreaming in the health, GBV and VAW, HTP. BCC, community mobilization and related topics
Experience in working in the developing regional states or pastoralist communities and knowledge of local language is an advantage.

Additional Skills Desired

Excellent communication and interpersonal skills including influencing, negotiation cultural awareness and ability to work well in a multi-cultural environment
Ability to manage demanding workload, multi-task, accept challenges, take initiative and solve problem
Excellent spoken and written English
Women are encouraged to apply
Good computer skills (particularly Excel, Word and database)
Ability to meet deadline without compromising quality
Flexibility to adjust to different situations and contexts.
No. of candidates required
One for each region (Afar, Benishangul-Gumuz, Gambella, and Somali)


Innovation – Develops new, better or significantly different ideas, methods, solutions or initiatives that result in improvement of IntraHealth’s performance and meeting objectives, results and global commitments.
Accountability – Holds self and others accountable for all work activities, research and personal actions and decisions; follows through on commitments and focuses on those activities that have the greatest impact on meeting measurable high quality results for IntraHealth’s success. Exercises ethical practices, respectful words and behaviors, and equitable treatment of others in all activities.
Service Excellence – Knowledge of and ability to put into action customer service concepts, processes and techniques to access internal and/or external client needs and expectations and meet or exceed those needs and expectations through providing excellent service directly or indirectly.
Effective Communication (Oral and Written) – Understands effective communication concepts, tools and techniques; ability to effectively transmit, explain complex technical concepts in simple, clear language appropriate to the audience; and receive, and accurately interpret ideas, information, and needs through the application of appropriate communication behaviors.
Planning and Organizing – Develops clear goals that are consistent with agreed upon strategies; identifies priority activities and assignments; adjusts priorities as required; allocates appropriate time and resources for completing work; foresees risks and allows for contingencies when planning; and monitors and adjusts plans and actions as necessary.
Interpersonal Relationships – Knowledge of and the ability to effectively interact within and across Divisions, Departments/Country Offices in a constructive and collaborative manner.

Summary of Benefits

IntraHealth International, Inc. is a great place to work and prides itself on its comprehensive benefits package. We offer competitive salaries and a dynamic inclusive work environment which supports health workers so they can improve the lives of people throughout the world.

IntraHealth International is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.


Organization: SOS Children's Villages International
Country: Ethiopia
Closing date: 01 Jun 2018



(Job Ref: SOS/17/5)**

Position title: Director of Regional Programme Development

Working location: Addis Ababa Ethiopia

Supervisor: International Director/IOR ESAF

Region: East and Southern Africa (ESAF)

Context of the position

Established in 1949, SOS Children's Villages International is a dynamic, international social development organization working globally to meet the needs and protect the interests and rights of orphaned and vulnerable children.

Within the Eastern and Southern Africa region(ESAF), SOS CV International is headquartered in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia and has member associations in Nigeria, Ghana, Ethiopia, Sudan, South Sudan, Somali/Somaliland, Djibouti, Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda, Burundi, Zambia, Malawi, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, South Africa, Lesotho, Swaziland, Botswana, Namibia, Mauritius, Angola and Madagascar

Reporting to the International Director, and member of regional management team, the Director of Regional Programme Development is the head of the Programme function, directing both strategic as well day to day outcomes across the region.

Mission of the position:

The Director of Regional Programme Development drives the on-going development of programme work within the region, ensuring the best possible response aligned to the situation of children in each community. Programme quality management approaches are implemented that promote monitoring and continuous learning.

Key performance areas and main responsibilities:

Policy, quality standards and organisational learning

• Drive and monitor the implementation of federation programme policies and quality standards in Member Associations (MAs); this includes training and supporting MAs on programme related policy implementation

• Initiate and contribute to development of federation programme related policies, standards and guidelines; this includes working on regional supporting tools to fill gap areas and promote innovations

• Support core-care-co-workers skills trainings (in alignment with HROD) and build programme capacity in MAs to enhance child development

• Develop, lead and support the regional programme network consisting of national, regional programme co-workers, supporting cross-national, cross-regional knowledge sharing and steering national and regional development

Programme monitoring and evaluation

• Ensure the consistent monitoring of programme quality in MAs and the execution of programme audits

• Drive the active prevention of child abuse and the implementation of transparent reporting systems in MAs

• Ensure management, development coordination, roll-out, operation and first level user support of international / regional programme systems and database applications in close cooperation with regional ICT

• Ensure close cooperation with MAs providing support, guidance and capacity building on programme topics

Research Innovation and Development

• Drive and support programme development, innovations and piloting in MAs

• Ensure best-practice sharing between MAs as well as within and between regions

• Support international research projects through facilitating the participation of MAs

• Oversee the programme planning process in the region for both new and existing programmes and support ongoing consolidation and prioritisation. This includes participating in programme planning workshops in MAs and consideration of best practice within and outside the region

• Develop and foster partnerships on a regional level, focusing on impact for programme work


· Support MAs in advocacy activities, mainly with national governments and build advocacy capacity

· Promote advocacy activities, both local and international development cooperation and monitor external regional trends.

People management responsibility

  • Lead the team of co-workers in the function in the region, managing the performance and ensuring development of direct reports.

Position requirements

  • Significant senior programme management experience (at least 8 years) in International organization set up. High level of comfort with, and experience in adaptive programme management essential.

  • Master’s Degree in Sociology, Project Management, Development studies, or related field.

  • Proven ability to manage diverse teams, creating a sense of trust, empowerment and professional growth.

  • Must be able to balance the need for strategic focus and impact, with a high level of attention to detail – must be able to develop and manage detailed plans and budgets in accordance with contractual requirements, while managing the overall strategy.


  • Good consulting, analytical and critical thinking skills, organized.

  • Strategic thinking and planning

  • People Management

  • Communication

  • Results orientation

  • Self- and time management

  • Positive, energetic self-starter with high level of personal drive and resilience.

Additional Competencies

  • Highly developed analytical and problem solving skills.
  • High level of reporting skill with excellent communication skills with partners and proven ability to work effectively with partner organizations.
  • Senior leadership skills, ability to work in networks and ability to lead strategy processes effectively.
  • Capacity to build and maintain relationships and to work effectively in a multicultural and multi-ethnic environment respecting diversity.
  • Ability to lead and engage different stakeholders in planning processes and to set priorities.
  • Proven project management skills with a strong knowledge of budgeting.
  • Ability to work under pressure.
  • Strong personal organizational and self-management skills.
  • MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook.
  • Fluent in English with excellent writing and speaking skills and knowledge of at least another language.
  • Willingness and ability to travel internationally.

How to apply:

If you believe you are the right candidate for the above position, please send your application letter, detailed curriculum vitae (CV), and photocopies of academic certificates, and names and contact details of three referees as Single Document.

Applications that are late, or do not have CV or certificates attached, will be disqualified. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. E-mail applications should bear the reference number of the position in the subject line of the email.

Email to: Applications including at least three traceable referees should be sent electronically to:

All applications should be submitted not later than 1 June 2018

Ethiopia: Communications and Disability Program Specialist

Organization: Catholic Relief Services
Country: Ethiopia
Closing date: 31 May 2018

Job Title: Communications and Disability Program Specialist

Department: Ethiopia

Position Type: Full Time

Department/Region: EARO

Reports To: Head of Programming

FLSA: Exempt


Catholic Relief Services (CRS) Ethiopia (CRS) seeks an experienced communications professional to lead the implementation of country program communications plans to raise CRS' profile and position in various priority areas. The Communications and Disability Program Specialist (CDPS) will work with key communications and program staff in the country program as well as PR consultants to ensure strong and consistent branding and messaging in-line with guidance and procedures from CRS' regional and global headquarters offices to boost CRS' visibility among target audiences, particularly the national government, donors, private sector companies, and peer agencies. The CDPS will liaise with and manage external consultants in photography, design, printing and event execution in support of the marketing plan and build CRS staff capacity in communications planning and implementation.

The CDPS will also serve as the disability advisor to help steer and guide various projects with disability inclusive activities and serve as an advisor to leadership on ways to make the CRS office environment more disability sensitive and inclusive. The position will not only support the CRS programming in Ethiopia but provide support to other EARO country programs and the agency as a whole.

Specific Responsibilities – Communications

  • Marketing Plan Development
  • Brand Management
  • Marketing Materials
  • Media Relations
  • Events Management
  • Training and Coaching
  • Resource Mobilization
  • Representation and Networking

Specific Responsibilities – Disability

  • Business Development
  • Program Quality
  • Internal advocacy
  • Representation

Qualifications and Skills:

  • Minimum Master's Degree; Minimum of two years of relevant field-based experience in coordinating or managing light to moderately complex projects required. Experience in INGOs or UN preferred.
  • Demonstrated ability in project management, particularly the design and execution of marketing plans and/or communications events.
  • Ability to work with stakeholders on multiple levels, including government agencies, non-governmental organizations, donors, media groups, and CRS staff.
  • Fluency in English required; excellent written and oral communication skills.
  • Proven inter-personal skills and ability to influence through communication.
  • Demonstrable track record of successfully disseminating information to a variety of target audiences.
  • Understanding of major issues of international development and donor assistance.
  • Flexibility to work both in a team and independently.
  • Cultural sensitivity, patience and flexibility.
  • Ability to travel nationally and internationally, as required.
  • Proven organizational skills and ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously.
  • Mature disposition, with the ability to manage sensitive situations appropriately.

Disclaimer: This job description is not an exhaustive list of the skill, effort, duties, and responsibilities associated with the position.

CRS' talent acquisition procedures reflect our commitment to protecting children and vulnerable adults from abuse and exploitation.

Equal Opportunity Employer

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 partners people of all faiths and secular traditions who share our values and our commitment to serving those in need.

How to apply:

Please follow this link to apply:

Ethiopia: Psycho Social Support and Child Friendly Pedagogy Specialist

Organization: Voluntary Service Overseas
Country: Ethiopia
Closing date: 15 Jun 2018

Role overview The main purpose of this placement is improve the education situation of target children in conflict affected locations through designing a tailored trainings, in service support and deliver programs which could enable the capacity of partner and primary actors respond to emergency situations Skills, qualifications and experience Essential Requirements

Qualification A recognized MA level Qualification in education in emergencies, pedagogy, Psychology, Child friendly Methods, educational psychology, with grounded experience in teacher training, educational monitoring and assessment project management, and training materials development;

Experience/Knowledge Proven experience in training of teachers at primary and college level and proven knowledge and skills in Active learning, child-centred and inclusive methodologies and special needs education, Proven knowledge and experience in projects related to DRR, resilience and conflict resolution; Practical understanding of children and teachers' needs in areas of basic education Evidenced skills experiences and qualification in psychosocial skill and child friendly methods;

Given the challenging nature of this placement: The volunteer should be patient enough to face and withstand the different situational problems that may arise out of this placement; Allowance

As a VSO volunteer, you will be sharing your skills with local communities on a full time basis. VSO will cover your travel, vaccinations, accommodation, and medical insurance costs, along with a local living allowance which will be paid in local currency. This allowance meets reasonable living expenses in country, but will not be enough to send money home. You will also receive some financial support to contribute to your on-going expenses at home.


VSO works with some of the poorest communities in the world which means accommodation varies and will be basic.

Some background about VSO

Much has changed since VSO started 60 years ago. We've gone from being a UK charity to a truly global development organisation. In 2016/2017 alone, we worked with over 7,000 volunteers from all over the world and from all backgrounds to deliver services that had an impact on the lives of almost 2.6 million people in the 24 countries where we work. Our programmes focus on the areas of health, education and livelihoods, with an increasing emphasis on resilience building, social accountability, gender and social inclusion. We believe progress is only possible when we work together and that strong partnerships are crucial to delivering positive change. That's why we work with over 500 partner organisations, from local and national governments, to businesses, NGOs, funders, charities and community groups. Currently, over 30% of our people are recruited from within the country in which they work, and we continue to grow the share of community and national volunteers involved in our programmes. We also send increasing numbers of volunteers from one developing country to another. However, our vision has remained the same; to build a world without poverty.

If you're interested in applying for this role, please download the job description for more information.

To submit your application, click on 'Make an application' and complete all relevant fields on the online application form.

How to apply:

Please follow this link to apply:

Ethiopian Airlines Vacancy – FOOD AND BEVERAGE CONTROLLER

Ethiopian Airlines would like to invite qualified candidates for the following position.


Job Title: – FOOD AND BEVERAGE CONTROLLER (On contract Base)


Required Qualification;- B.A Degree in Hotel Management, Home Economics with one year work experience in Food Production or in Food and Beverage quality inspection.

Two years’ work experience as Sr. Cook or four years work experience as Sr. Caterer.

N.B: 1. Age limit: For external applicant 18 – 35 years old