Ethiopia: Cluster Coordinator (Shelter / Non-Food Items)

Organization: International Organization for Migration
Country: Ethiopia
Closing date: 08 Mar 2018

Position Title : Cluster Coordinator (Shelter / Non-Food Items)

Duty Station : Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

Classification : Professional Staff, Grade P3

Type of Appointment : Special short-term graded, Six Months with possibility of extension

Estimated Start Date : As soon as possible

Closing Date : 06 March 2018

Established in 1951, IOM is a Related Organization of the United Nations, and as the leading

UN agency in the field of migration, works closely with governmental, intergovernmental and

non-governmental partners. IOM is dedicated to promoting humane and orderly migration for the benefit of all. It does so by providing services and advice to governments and migrants.

IOM is committed to a diverse and inclusive environment. Applications from qualified female candidates are especially encouraged. For the purpose of the vacancy, the following candidates are considered as first-tier candidates:

1. Internal candidates

2. Qualified applicants from the following NMS countries:

Antigua and Barbuda, Bahamas, Cabo Verde, Djibouti, Fiji, Micronesia (Federated States of), Gabon, Guyana, Iceland, Comoros, Lesotho, Libya, Montenegro, Marshall Islands, Mauritania, Malawi, Namibia, Nauru, Papua New Guinea, Paraguay, Seychelles, Slovenia, Suriname, El Salvador, Swaziland, Timor-Leste, Holy See, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Vanuatu, Samoa


Under the overall supervision of the Chief of Mission for the Special Liaison Office (SLO) IOM Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, and the direct supervision of the Head of Programmes, the successful candidate will represent and coordinate the Shelter / Non-Food Items Cluster by addressing and identified gaps in humanitarian preparedness and response, and enhance the quality of humanitarian action in support of the Government.

Core Functions / Responsibilities:

  1. Supporting Service Delivery

a. Coordination Management

I. Establish and manage relevant coordination mechanism (Regions, Strategic Advisory Group, Technical Working Groups).

ii. Foster participation of national and international stakeholders.

iii. Represent the cluster at inter-cluster, Ethiopian Humanitarian Country Team (EHCT), Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA), Government and other appropriate venues.

iv. Ensure response is driven by agreed strategic priorities and relevant guidelines and standards.

v. Daily administrative, financial and operational management of the Shelter Coordination Team. b. Information Management

I. Collect, process, analyze data and deliver appropriate information (matrices, tables, maps, etc.).

ii. Regular website update to support dissemination of information among stakeholders.

iii. Regularly updated overview of needs, capacities, gaps, progress and achievements in the response.

iv. Liaise with information managers in other clusters and OCHA to ensure the use of common data.

c. Integration

I. Coordinate with other clusters to improve response (protection, Water/Sanitation & Hygiene (WASH), logistics, etc.). ii. Facilitate partnerships between the private sector and humanitarian shelter agencies.

  1. Informing Ethiopia Humanitarian Country Team (EHCT) Strategic Decision-Making a. Coordinated Assessments

I. Identify, adapt, agree on and train on common assessment methodologies and related tools.

ii. Compile individual agency assessments for joint analysis and/or coordinate joint assessments. iii. Identify needs, capacities, gaps and constraints, addressing cross cutting issues. iv. Carry out joint analysis that supports response planning and prioritization in short & medium term.

  1. Planning and Strategy Development a. Strategic Planning

I. Develop shelter strategic plan, based on joint analysis and agreed upon priorities.

ii. Ensure inclusion of synergies with other sectors against strategic objectives and integration of cross cutting issues. Formulate deactivation criteria and transition, hand-over and exit planning.

b. Technical Coordination

i. Identify, adapt as required, agree on and share relevant shelter technical standards and guidance.

ii. Provide guidance to agencies from an environmental perspective (re-use, materials, transport, etc).

iii. Liaise with other clusters to ensure there is a complementary approach to technical issues.

c. Recovery Guidance

I. Advise the cluster in considering recovery in the relief activities of the shelter response.

ii. Provide necessary guidance on long-term planning, land use and community infrastructure needs.

iii. Liaise with recovery/development initiatives to improve the socioeconomic fabric of communities.

d. Resource Mobilization

I. Determine jointly with partners the funding requirement for the sector strategic plan.

ii. Facilitate joint agreement on criteria and prioritization for the allocation of funds among partners

iii. Coordinate shelter cluster partners’ submission to pooled funds (Ethiopian Humanitarian Fund (EHF), Central Emergency Response Fund (CERF), etc.). iv. Vet cluster proposals for inclusion in appeals to ensure that they meet agreed criteria.

  1. Advocacy

a. Coordinated Communication and Advocacy

I. Define joint shelter sector key messages and advocacy priorities (gaps, access, resource, etc.).

ii. Support implementation of a coordinated communication/advocacy campaign on priorities/needs.

iii. Develop and share common communication tools and resources.

iv. Represent the cluster with the media and link local/international journalists with shelter agencies.

v. Lead initiatives for beneficiary communications.

b. Government Liaison

I. Represent the cluster with national government and other governments providing support.

ii. Develop relations with all stakeholders to ensure the interests of the sector are represented.

iii. Provide feedback to cluster agencies on government policies, standards, contact information, etc.

c. Legal and Regulatory Issues

I. Promote implementation and adherence to existing national policies, guidelines and standards.

ii. Support a harmonized approach to legal & regulatory issues related to housing, land and property. iii. Provide guidance and advice on disputes (evictions, encroachments, missing title deeds). iv. Inform cluster agencies on local regulatory framework (building codes, etc.) to be respected.

  1. Monitoring & Reporting

a. Performance Monitoring

I. Identify, adapt, agree on and share relevant monitoring tools in accordance with agreed standards. ii. Consolidate monitoring reports based on information shared by partners in agreed formats. iii. Define corrective actions to address changes in needs, risks and gaps identified in cluster reports.

  1. Contingency Planning / Preparedness a. Contingency Planning

I. Identify and share national contingency plans when available.

ii. Identify risks through joint analysis, multi-sector and addressing cross cutting issues if needed.

iii. Facilitate the development of a sector Disaster Risk-Reduction (DRR) plan, or contribute to a multi-sector plan if any.

iv. Support government’s contingency planning processes in collaboration with other clusters. v. Maintain an overview of the stocks and location of shelter materials.

vi. Compile available early warning reports and support preparedness activities of shelter agencies.

b. Exit-strategy I. Organize provision of remote support at critical response periods (transition, hand-over, exit). ii. Support activities that can be carried-out outside of the affected country (websites, analysis, etc.).

  1. Accountability to Affected Populations

a. Community Liaison / Accountability to Affected Populations (AAP)

I. Support the establishment of consultative and feedback mechanism with the affected population.

ii. Support the establishment of complaint and grievance committees at community level.

iii. Facilitate the participation of communities in the planning and implementation of the response.

iv. Disseminate with shelter actors the affected population’s needs and capacities. v. Communicate to the affected population on the plans of shelter agencies.

vi. Compile feedback provided by communities on the response and identify corrective measures.

Required Qualifications and Experience:


• Master’s degree in Social Sciences, Disaster Management, International Relations, Conflict Management, Human Rights, Law, Architecture, Engineering or a related field from an accredited academic institution with five years of relevant professional experience; or

• University degree in the above fields with seven years of relevant professional experience.


• Experience in project implementation and management experience, including project monitoring and reporting;

• Experience in liaising with governmental and diplomatic authorities as well as with national and international institutions;

• Knowledge of shelter-related technical guidelines and standards;

• Experience in humanitarian programmes for migrants and capacity-building activities;

• Familiarity with financial and business administration;

• Sound and proven understanding of internal and international migration issues in the region and related issues;

• Knowledge of the region is an advantage.


Fluency in English is required.

Desirable Competencies:


• Accountability – takes responsibility for action and manages constructive criticisms;

• Client Orientation – works effectively well with client and stakeholders;

• Continuous Learning – promotes continuous learning for self and others;

• Communication – listens and communicates clearly, adapting delivery to the audience;

• Creativity and Initiative – actively seeks new ways of improving programmes or services;

• Leadership and Negotiation – develops effective partnerships with internal and external stakeholders;

• Performance Management – identify ways and implement actions to improve performance of

self and others;

• Planning and Organizing – plans work, anticipates risks, and sets goals within area of responsibility;

• Professionalism – displays mastery of subject matter;

• Teamwork – contributes to a collegial team environment; incorporates gender related needs, perspectives, concerns and promotes equal gender participation;

• Technological Awareness – displays awareness of relevant technological solutions;

• Resource Mobilization – works with internal and external stakeholders to meet resource needs of IOM.


Internationally recruited professional staff are required to be mobile.

Any offer made to the candidate in relation to this vacancy notice is subject to funding confirmation.

The list of NMS countries above includes all IOM Member States which are non-represented in the Professional Category of staff members. For this staff category, candidates who are nationals of the duty station’s country cannot be considered eligible.

Appointment will be subject to certification that the candidate is medically fit for appointment, accreditation, any residency or visa requirements, and security clearances.

How to apply:

Interested candidates are invited to submit their applications via PRISM, IOM e-Recruitment system, by 06 March 2018 at the latest, referring to this advertisement.

For further information, please refer to:

In order for an application to be considered valid, IOM only accepts online profiles duly completed.

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. You can track the progress of your application on your personal application page in the IOM e-recruitment system.

Posting period:

From 21.02.2018 to 06.03.2018

Requisition: SVN 2018/53 (P)-ClusterCoordinator(Shelter/NonFoodItems)(P3)-AddisAbaba,Ethiopia

(55326358) Released

Posting: Posting NC55377063 (55377063) Released

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Ethiopia: Child protection,NO-B, Jijiga,Ethiopia #00105853 Only National of Ethiopia can apply

Organization: UN Children's Fund
Country: Ethiopia
Closing date: 09 Mar 2018

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

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

And we never give up.

Purpose of the post

The purpose of the the Child Protection Officer position is to provide technical, operational, administrative, monitoring and reporting and quality assurance support throughout the programming process for the ending child marriage and FGM/C programmes in accord with global and national guidance and results frameworks. This will –indirectly –also support related interventions for justice for children and violence against children (VAC).

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

  • A university degree, preferably in law, Development studies, Social studies or other relevant field in the areas relevant to changing social norms on HTPs, development of comprehensive services to survivors of violence and justice for children. Post-graduate education of relevant field is an asset.
  • Three years of professional work experience child protection and or/ community mobilization, including experience in supporting regional sectors of social development and/or justice organs.
  • Good technical knowledge of theories, principles and methods of child protection systems, social norms change and harmful traditional practices, provision of comprehensive service to the survivors of violence including GBV survivors and justice for children;
  • Solid program/project management skills;
  • Good analytical, negotiating, communication and advocacy skills;
  • Experience and knowledge of UN system or NGO’s
  • Excellent interpersonal communication
  • Proven ability to work in team and team leadership skills
  • Fluency in English and Somali
  • Knowledge of computer skills
  • Good ability to work in multicultural environment
  • 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

  • Core Competencies

    To be successful, the candidate should be able to demonstrate the following competencies:

  • Communication (level II)
  • Working with People (level II)
  • Drive for results (level I)
  • Relating and networking (level I)
  • Applying technical expertise (level II)
  • Creating and innovating (level I)
  • Background

    Female Genital Mutilation and Cutting (FGM/C) is a manifestation of gender inequalities persisting in the Ethiopian society and of the lower status of women and girls compared to men and boys. FGM/C widespread in Ethiopia, with a national prevalence of 65 percent (EDHS 2016), but the highest prevalence is in Somali region (99 per cent) as per 2016 EDHS). Also, the median age of first marriage in Somali region is 18.1 years amongst women aged 20-49 years. Similarly, the practice of child marriage is high in the region with a rate of 49.4% for the age group 20-24 which shows that 1 out of 2 girls are married as child. Physical and sexual violence against girls and women takes place across the country, with strong regional variation, and it is another manifestation of the gender disparities.

    In line with the global and national results frameworks (including theory of change, situation assessment, results frameworks and indicator definitions), UNICEF, in collaboration with the Regional Bureau of Women and Children Affairs (BoWCA), Bureau of Justice (BoJ) and Bureau of Education (BoE) and the federal Ministry of Women, Children Affairs (MoWCA) is working to address Harmful Traditional Practices (HTPs) such as FGM/C and child marriage. This is achieved through a mix of strategies aligned to the theory of change such as capacity building, service delivery, social mobilisation, social norms and Behaviour Change Communication (BCC). This is also done through strengthened partnerships with Civil Society Organisations and Faith Based Organisations, such as the Islamic Affairs Supreme Council. Emphasis will also be on strengthening routine administrative data collection systems of government that include reporting on FGM/C, Child Marriage, justice and violence at large, building on the work that UNICEF has been doing on strengthening data collection systems and investments in the One Stop Centres, in several regions including in Somali.


    Over the past three years substantial results were achieved in Somali region through the generous support of several donors including the UNICEF Luxembourg National Committee on accelerating action to end FGM/C; and DFID for a child justice project that included support for ending harmful traditional practices (notably child marriage and FGM/C) and violence against children (thorough establishment of referral pathways and a One Stop Centre for quality and accessible response services for violence against children and women).

    To realize the commitment that the government of Ethiopia made at the Girl’s summit in 2014 to eliminate e FGM/C and child marriage by 2025 (the government target) and the SDG target of 2030, it is recognized that accelerated efforts are necessary and additional technical support is required to further strengthen the quality and reporting of results and accelerate efforts. Accelerated effort is also necessitated given the increased expectations of resource partners of UNICEF Ethiopia to deliver results against the two UN Joint Programmes on FGM/C and child marriage. Given the large number of girls and women at risk in Ethiopia (noting the large size of the population and increasing population), it is evident that dedicated support is required. Therefore, this proposal is to recruit child protection officer (TA) at NOB level for a period of 12 months, starting from April 1st 2018.

    Specific Tasks

    The child protection officer will provide technical, operational, administrative, monitoring and reporting support throughout the programing in sectoral work-plans related to the child marriage and FGM/C work plans specifically, and will facilitate the linkages and with other child protection programme (i.e. violence against children and justice for children). Particularly, the incumbent will provide support in the following areas:

  • Provide technical support to respective bureaus and other Child Protection partners at regional, woreda and community levels in planning, implementation, monitoring and reporting of ECM and FGM/C interventions and help advance and ensure quality and adherence to UNICEF’s standards and procedures;
  • Support partners to request quarterly budget from Bureau of Finance and Economy Development (BOFED) and ensure physical and financial reports are prepared and sent to BOFED and UNICEF for timely liquidation of funds;
  • Conduct regular field monitoring/ supportive supervision and quality assurance to follow up and ensure timely and quality implementation of ECM and FGM/C interventions;
  • Assist child protection Implementing Partners (IPs) to organize quarterly programme review meetings and to address identified bottlenecks to achievement of results;
  • Facilitate and support the conducting of regular meetings by Joint program IPs as well as the broader coordination mechanism at regional and woreda levels;
  • Support section and donor mission visits to the region for child protection related program interventions and especially ECM and FGM/C.
  • Develop capacity of relevant bureau staff in the region and woredas to strengthen and ensure smooth and effective implementation of the programmes;
  • Provide support to partners to implement effective advocacy and social mobilization approaches, responsive service delivery, appropriate referral linkages and sustainable evidence generation mechanisms and means to monitor results systematically,
  • Support the strengthening of a routine administrative data collection system for FGM/C, Child marriage and violence, building on achievements and recommendations from 2017.
  • Contribute to build and sustain effective working partnerships with government counterparts and other regional stakeholders through active sharing of information and knowledge to facilitate programme implementation and build capacity of stakeholders to achieve and sustain results in areas of ECM and FGM/C;
  • Support strengthened collaboration and linkages among different sectors ( i.e. education and health) including on reporting and achieving results at scale;
  • Participate in appropriate inter-agency meetings/events as required;
  • Support information gathering to showcase results for children and prepare Human Interest Stories (HIS) and briefs for donors and other visitors.
  • Support sectors and IPs to document good practices/human interest stories as the outcome of the JP in the areas of ECM and FGM/C, based on field monitoring and observation.
  • Assist in reviewing existing monitoring tools and/or develop new ones to track implementation of activities that strengthen partners’ own monitoring and reporting systems as well as helping to ensure alignment with UNICEF’s indicator guidance and reporting requirements
  • Provide up-to-date and timely information on the status of joint programs in terms of implementation, financial utilisation, lessons learned, challenges/constraints, future recommendations and best practices at different levels;
  • Review and compile activities and financial progress reports from partners;
  • Conduct field monitoring visits, assessments and spot checks periodically to ensure timely and quality execution of projects against approved plans, baselines and financial utilisation rates with the involvement of the relevant local and regional authorities;
  • Maintain close communication with local IPs on program efficiency and effectiveness;
  • Ensure that partners understand reporting requirements including supporting documentation;
  • Draft and submit required reports (mid and annual AWP reports, donor reports etc.
  • Methodology,

    The incumbent is expected to apply UNICEF’s key commitments and mandates which emanates from the CRC and CEDAW as well as other frameworks which are the basis for the design and implementation of the ending child marriage and FGM/C programmes supported by UNICEF. He/ She is expected to work closely with the CP Officers based in Addis Ababa.

    The officer will work under the direct guidance and support from Child Protection officer based in Somali field office as well as reports to both child protection officer and the chief of field office. The post holder will be accountable towards meetings the results under agreed deliverable as indicated in the TOR.

    Child Protection officer will work with an agreed work-plan with the implementing partners, the field office and the Child protection section which works towards the deliverable of ending child marriage and FGM/C programmes.

    In order to respond effectively to overall porgramme management needs of the ending child marriage and FGM/C programme, the incumbent will coordinate and collaborate with other programmes including Education and Health sections, country office as well as implementing partners at regional level.

    Expected results

    In line with the results of the Ending Child Marriage and FGM/C programmes, as well as with the child protection annual workplan at large, the Child Protection Officer is expected to contribute to the following:

  • Decrease in the prevalence of child marriage and FGM/C in Somali region;
  • Change in the social norms relating to the practice of FGM/C and child marriage in the program targeted areas;
  • Increased access to multisectoral and quality services for survivors of FGM/C and child marriage and violence at large;
  • Enhanced capacity of community groups, religious institutions and local government authorities to prevent and timely report of FGM/C and child marriage.
  • Improved capacity of IPs to collect, manage and report results and data on FGM/C, Child Marriage and violence;
  • IPs and other relevant stakeholders are coordinated and effective communication and partnership maintained.
  • Developed programme planning and implementation guidance and timely sharing with partners
  • Timely development and submission of the ECM and FGM/C AWP for 2018/2011EC and beyond
  • Ensured the undertaking of joint field monitoring and programme review and sharing of reports
  • Undertaking tracking and timely sharing of progress in relation to the capacity building effort in relation to the implementing partners such as the improvement in the system for collection, analysis and reporting of regular admin data
  • Timely and quality program reports delivered as per the requirements (ie monthly, biannually, annually) and donor reports on FGM/child marriage and –as relevant – violence and justice for children.
  • Quality and timely spot checks and programming monitoring reports in line with UNICEF’s Risk Assurance Activities and Key Performance Indicators.
  • Timely disbursement and liquidation of funds to IPs, in line with UNICEF’s procedures and standards.
  • Reporting and work modalities

  • The program officer (PO) will be recruited by Child Protection Section of UNICEF and directly reports to the Child Protection Officer in UNICEF Jijiga field office and technically supported by Chief Child protection (UNICEF ECO), and the concerned Programme Specialists on Adolescent Girls and Harmful Practices and Chief of Field Office.
  • The PO will be embedded in UNICEF Jijiga field office and undertake the day to day implementation of the project components under the mandate of the bureau with monthly frequency of field work visits to the zones, woreda and intervention kebeles based on approved monthly work and travel plans.
  • The PO shall work in collaboration with other Implementing bureau staffs at both regional and woreda levels plus also collaborating and networking with the other stakeholders like CSO engaged in the programs.

  • View our competency framework at

    UNICEF is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce, and encourages all candidates, irrespective of gender, nationality, religious and ethnic backgrounds, including persons living with disabilities, to apply to become a part of the organization.


    Mobility is a condition of international professional employment with UNICEF and an underlying premise of the international civil service.

    Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted and advance to the next stage of the selection process.

    How to apply:

    UNICEF is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce, and encourages qualified female and male candidates from all national, religious and ethnic backgrounds, including persons living with disabilities, to apply to become a part of our organization. To apply, click on the following link

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    Organization: Danish Refugee Council
    Country: Ethiopia
    Closing date: 09 Mar 2018

    The Regional Durable Solutions Secretariat (ReDSS) is a coalition of 12 NGOs working in the search of durable solutions in East Africa. ReDSS Secretariat is hosted by DRC and based in Nairobi with a country unit for Somalia and about to start a country unit in Ethiopia. ReDSS is a coordination and information hub that focuses on research and knowledge management, program support, capacity development, learning, and policy influencing. ReDSS Steering committee is composed of DRC, IRC and NRC. For more information The Danish Refugee Council (DRC) is an independent, non-profit organization (NGO), founded on the basis of humanitarian principles, and human rights based approach, to secure the protection of refugees and internally displaced persons (IDPs), and to promoting long term solutions to the problems of forced displacement. Danish Demining Group (DDG) is a specialized unit within DRC which implements mine action and armed violence reduction (AVR) programmes in fragile states throughout the developing world. The East Africa and Yemen region consists of programmes in seven countries including Somalia, Kenya, Yemen, Ethiopia, Djibouti, Uganda and Tanzania.

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    Research and knowledge management: promoting a culture of learning and reflection that leads to improvements in durable solutions programing and policies
    • Develop a research and learning agenda to address key knowledge and practice gaps in Ethiopia
    • Use of the ReDSS Solutions Framework and solutions programming tools to support joint accountability and analysis to monitor progress and challenges
    • Maintain and update online information management system and database
    Lead the implementation and monitoring of the application of the ReDSS learning framework to promote a culture of learning and reflection

    Strengthening the capacity of practitioners and policy-makers in the field of durable solutions
    • Strengthen capacities of local authorities and humanitarian and development stakeholder to cooperate in developing integrated approaches for refugees and host communities
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    • Facilitate mentorship and peer learning through the creation of a network of technical people
    • Support development of learning tools such as online tutorials
    • Translate evidence and research into programing and policies guidance

    Contribute and support policy actions based on evidence
    • Contribute to the implementation of the CRRF road map by supporting government entitities and partners
    • Initiate and support policy actions and engagement, based on evidence to improve solutions oriented policies in Ethiopia at national and regional level
    • Continue to implement and monitor ReDSS commitments to the Agenda for Humanity

    External representation and coordination
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    • Represent ReDSS Ethiopia with a diverse range of governmental, humanitarian and development actors, UN agencies, private sector and academia
    • Represent ReDSS Ethiopia in high level meetings and forum at regional and global level
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    • Monitoring, reporting and evaluation of progress and challenges
    • Ensure internal information sharing and coordination among ReDSS members in Ethiopia
    • Line management responsibility: performance management and staff development of staff under his/ her supervision
    • Ensure strong leadership and clear communication of vision, strategies, procedures and guidelines
    • Ensure that ReDSS strategy is delivered with high quality
    • Ensure ongoing management and support to facilitate compliance, adequate procedures and processes, timely and quality project implementation and appropriate budget planning and management, and cost efficiency
    • Coordinate the development of donor applications and reports, as well as ensuring donor compliance and quality control

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    Striving for excellence: You focus on reaching results while ensuring an efficient process.
    Collaborating: You are a strong networker and enjoy working with many different types of stakeholders, you involve relevant parties and encourage feedback.
    Taking the lead: You take ownership and initiative while balancing the role of advisor and leadership
    Communicating: You write and speak effectively and honestly and display political and cultural sensitivity, including ability to adapt well to local cultures
    Demonstrating integrity: You act in line with our vision and values

    • Advanced University degree in social studies, political science, international relations

    Experience and technical competencies:
    • Minimum 6 years of experience in similar positions involving knowledge management, research, evidence building; analysis and coordination of a consortium of partners
    Strong knowledge of the socio-economic and political dynamics of the region; more specifically on displacement trends with a demonstrated ability to manage politically sensitive contexts
    • Solid experience in capacity development of a wide range of actors including adult learning, mentoring and coaching, training of trainers and impact monitoring of capacity development activities
    • Demonstrated ability to work in a multicultural environment and establish harmonious and effective working relationships, both within and outside the organization

    Required skills
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    • Strong experience in translating evidence and research into programming and policy guidance
    • Solid experience in capacity development of a wide range of actors including adult learning, mentoring and coaching, training of trainers and impact monitoring of capacity development activities
    • Excellent coordination, inter-personal facilitation and communication skills to build trusted relationships with a wide array of humanitarian and development partners, donors, Government agencies, etc
    • Good IT command, close familiarity with the maintenance and management of template-style websites and experience of applying ICT (information communications technology) to knowledge management
    • Flexibility, proactive engagement, ability to work under pressure and to demonstrate high tolerance for change, complexity and unpredictability

    Languages: English

    DRC has a Humanitarian Accountability Framework, outlining its global accountability commitments. All staff are required to contribute to the achievement of this framework ( All DRC staff must be committed to the Red Cross Code of Conduct, as well as the Core Humanitarian Standards.

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    Reporting to: DRC Ethiopia Director and technically to ReDSS regional Coordinator
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    How to apply:

    Interested candidates who meet the required qualifications and experience are invited to submit online an updated CV and cover letter explaining their motivation and why they are suited for the post. We only accept applications sent via our online-application on under Vacancies. Please forward
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    We need bold, forward-thinking and innovative individuals to lead our country operations, driving change and delivering results that will allow us to reach our target of 100 million girls.

    The Role

    Plan International is looking to recruit a Team Leader to lead a multi country (Ethiopia and Somalia) European Commission funded education project, the position will be based in Ethiopia with regular travel to Somalia. The Team Leader will work closely with the Ministry of Education and other key internal and external stakeholders. The project aims to contribute to community and institutional resilience in Gambella and Puntland by improving access to and quality of inclusive education in a safe and secure environment

    Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

    • Take overall responsibility for project delivery

    • Put in place mechanisms for effective project start up

    • Coordinate consortium partners to ensure project activities are being delivered against the work plan and in line with donor expectations

    • Write project reports on a quarterly and annual basis

    • Lead the development of annual work plans and translate the work plan to line items to develop annual and project budgets.

    • Collaborate closely with project staff to ensure compliance with Donor requirements in all financial, administrative, and other operational areas.

    • Develop budgets, and budget forecasts, and monitor budgets on an on-going basis, and provide support to partners to ensure they are on-board.

    • Ensure optimal financial systems and processes that meet audit requirements and coordinate internal and external audits.

    • Manage all aspects of procurement, from planning to purchasing and

    • Ensure partners are compliant with the Donor compliance rules.

    • Coordinate trainings and governance meetings within the consortium.

    • Analyse project partner expenditure reports on a monthly and quarterly basis and put in place budget forecasts.

    • Supervise and mentor project operations.

    • Manage the project MEAL Coordinator & Project finance manager and have matrix management of project staff based in Gambella.

    • Work in collaboration with the Humanitarian Director, Head of Programmes and Gambella Based Emergency Response Manager

    • Lead recruitment for positions which are vacant.

    Working Relationships:

    The Team Leader will be the focal point of the education project in both Gambella and Puntland. Internal relationships include working closely with the Plan International Ethiopia Country Director, Humanitarian Director, Head of Programs, project partners and staff in both Gambella and Puntland. The role will also be external facing and include meetings with Consortium Partner, Donor Representatives, liaison with the Ministry of Education, UNHCR, Administration for Refuge and Returnee Affairs (ARRA) and any other relevant external stakeholders.

    Knowledge, skills and behaviours:

    • Master’s degree in international development, education or a related field.
    • 8+ years’ experience managing large complex projects in a developing context (experience in a fragile context – desirable)
    • Setting up and implementing donor funded project preferably European Commission.
    • Leading a consortium to deliver a quality project.
    • Working with bilateral/multi-lateral donors and government agencies.
    • Managing international and national staff at central and field level.
    • Ability to lead a diverse team of technical experts.
    • Management of an education project would be an advantage.
    • Previous experience working on a multi country project is desired.
    • Previous experience working in Ethiopia or East Africa is desired.
    • Fluency in written and verbal English

    Our organisational values are designed to help everyone who works with us achieve our ambitious goals for children, especially girls.

    • We are open and accountable • We strive for lasting impact • We work well together • We are inclusive and empowering

    *Location: To be based in Ethiopia, Addis. With regular travel to Gambella (Ethiopia) and bi annual travel to Puntland (Somalia)

    • Type of Role: 4 year fixed term contract *Reports to: Country Director
    • Salary: Competitive salary available *Closing Date: Sunday 4th March

    How to apply:

    Early application is encouraged as we will review applications throughout the advertising period and reserve the right to close the advert early.

    Please apply directly via the following link:

    Please note that only applications and CVs written in English will be accepted.

    A range of pre-employment checks will be undertaken in conformity with Plan International's Child Protection Policy.

    As an international child centred community development organisation, Plan International is fully committed to promoting the realisation of children's rights including their right to protection from violence and abuse. That means we have particular responsibilities to children that we come into contact with.

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    Ethiopia: Deputy Chief of Party for Programming DFSA, Ethiopia

    Organization: Catholic Relief Services
    Country: Ethiopia
    Closing date: 20 Mar 2018

    Job Summary:

    As Deputy Chief of Party II you will provide overall management of and have responsibility for an area of the DFSA activities, and act on behalf of the Chief of Party as needed, including global representation to the donor to serve the poor and vulnerable. Your management and technical knowledge will ensure the delivery of high-quality programming and advance the position of CRS as a leading agency in your field. As a senior leader you will proactively manage security and mitigate security risks.

    Job Responsibilities:

    • Manage key aspects of the development, implementation and consolidation of the DFSA activities. Serve as a point of contact to donors as well as public, private and non-government stakeholders, when needed.
    • Manager key functions of the project to meet donor expectations in terms of timely and quality results and budget. Contribute to ensuring coordination between program and operations leads. Contribute to ensuring the CRS program quality standards are adhered to per MEAL policy and procedures.
    • Effectively manage talent and supervise. Manage team dynamics and staff well-being. Provide coaching and mentoring. Strategically tailor individual development plans and complete performance assessments for direct reports. Contribute to the development of staffing plans and the recruitment process of senior staff.
    • Manage and mitigate risk through monitoring national and regional issues that may impact staff and programming. Ensure all staff understand and adhere to CRS staff safety and security policies and plans, and ensure the updating of such plans.
    • Promote, uphold and model a commitment to the efficient use of agency and donor resources. Help ensure compliance with donor grants, including financial tracking and oversight of partner budgets, finance, administration and reporting to donor.
    • Maintain relationships with key staff of consortium partner organizations. Contribute to coordination of the roles and activities of staff from other consortium member organizations in implementation in line with CRS partnership principles.
    • Create and maintain proper conditions for learning. Establish a safe environment for sharing of ideas, solutions, and difficulties and the capacity to detect, analyze and respond quickly to deficiencies. Identify performance gaps and training opportunities for CRS and partner staff and recommend trainings and technical assistance. Typical Background, Experience & Requirements:

      Education and Experience

    • Master's degree in International Development, International Relations or a relevant technical area.

    • 7 or more years' relevant management and technical experience.

    • 5 years' experience managing USG funds, including multi country grants. Strong knowledge and experience in budget management.

    • Recognized technical experience and qualifications in sector as demonstrated by peer reviewed publications, conference presentations.

    • Demonstrated experience of successful management, including management of functions of complex, high-value, multi-activity projects, with complicated logistics.

    • Demonstrated ability to work and coordinate effectively with a wide variety of stakeholders, including national and local government, donors, community-based organizations, and the private sector.

    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English.

    • Strong understanding of underlying causes of food insecurity.

    • Experience with USAID project implementation.

    • Staff management experience and abilities that are conducive to a learning environment. Experience coaching.

    • Experience engaging partners and strengthening partnerships. Knowledge of CRS partnership strategy a plus.

    • Experience in MS Office package (Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Visio), Web Conferencing Applications, and information and budget management systems.

    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:

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    How to Download Shared Videos

    Facebook is the biggest social networking website and it has become the most useful medium for sharing our precious photos & Videos. Even though sharing videos on the website is fairly simple, downloading them can be difficult to figure out. Here are some of the ways that you could be able to download Shared Videos.

    How to download your own Facebook video

    Go to your timeline and click ‘Photos’. Next, click ‘Albums’ and then the album called ‘Videos’. If you hover the mouse over a video thumbnail, you’ll see a small pencil icon appear in the top right-hand corner. Click this icon to bring up a menu. From here you’ll be able to select ‘Download in SD’ or ‘Download in HD’.

    How to download a friend’s Facebook video

    Facebook video must be public in order for you to download it; videos from friends that are shared only with friends (or friends of friends) cannot be downloaded from Facebook. If the video is public you can follow the steps bellow to download it.

    From Desktop 

    You can download public Facebook videos by using web based applications. First go to the video you want to download then press your mouse’s right button on it to prompt a drop-down menu. You may have to right-click the video a few times before the drop-down menu will appear. Then click “Show Video URL”, Copy the video URL( You can do this by either Right Click + Copy or CTRL+C on Windows or Command + C on Mac. Go to your internet browser and type “” and then paste the Video URL . Click “Download Button”

    •  SaveFrom is the best web application to download videos from Facebook and it also helps you download videos from several other sites including YouTube, Vimeo & Dailymotion.

    From Android Device 

    Download ES File Explorer App – ES File Explorer is a popular file manager that allows you to see your Android’s internal folders, which will allow you to move the downloaded Facebook video to your Photos app. To download ES File Explorer, To download the App go to Google Play Store >>> Type “ES File Explorer” >>> Install.

    Go to the video you want to download then tap ‘Share’, you’ll find this option directly below the video. A menu will appear. Then tap ‘Copy’, doing so will copy the video’s address to your Android’s clipboard.

    Open Google Chrome App and type “” and Then paste the Video URL. Click “Download Button”.The video will automatically download onto your Android’s hard drive or SD card.

    Open ES File Explorer App – If this is your first time installing ES File Explorer, first swipe or tap through the introduction screens before you continue. Select a storage option – Tap either the Internal option or the SD Card option depending on where downloaded files on your Android typically go.

    Go to ‘Download‘ folder – All of your Android’s downloaded files, including your Facebook Messenger video, will be here. Move the video to your Android’s Photos app – this will ensure that you can open the video directly from within the Photos or Gallery app rather than needing to use ES File Manager.

    Do you want to download videos from YouTube? A download manager is a computer program that helps download files from the Internet for storage. Some download managers can also be used to accelerate download speeds by downloading from multiple sources at once. Even though most web browsers have download managers incorporated as a feature there are times when you will need to use a downloading software. Here are the Top 5 best free download managers 2018.

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    Ethiopia: PROJECT MANAGER, Empower Youth for Work (for Ethiopian National Only)

    Organization: Oxfam GB
    Country: Ethiopia
    Closing date: 25 Feb 2018







    Oxfam has been working in Ethiopia since 1974, devoted to empowering people against poverty. The Oxfam ‘“Empower Youth For Work!” program starts on July 1st, 2016 and will last 5 years. The program’s ambition is that young people in Pakistan, Bangladesh, Ethiopia, and Indonesia are empowered and have improved skills and jobs. This program focuses specifically on the development of appropriate skills for youth, the improvement in opportunities for decent work with micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) and in larger companies, and the creation of an enabling environment for young women and men (including improving Sexual Reproductive Health Rights for instance). Geographic locations, sectors and economic opportunities are also selected based on their ability to contribute to climate change adaptation.

    The role

    Reporting to the Livelihood Programme Coordinator and for this position you need to have excellent programme management skills and be capable of managing a complex programme, working with a diverse set of stakeholders. You will need to be effective at developing partnerships with civil society, academia, Government and the private sector. You will need expertise on economic empowerment and have a holistic understanding of the issues facing young people. You will have a passion for youth rights and skills. You need to be a creative thinker who enjoys innovating but at the same time is organized and can deliver a project with high standards. This will involve a great deal of coordination and problem solving, therefore, you need excellent cross-cultural communication skills.


    JDProject Manager.pdf (179.69 KB)

    How to apply:

    This is a great opportunity for a dedicated and dynamic professional. If you believe you are the candidate we are looking for, please submit your application and CV including a day time contact by applying online at Ref: INT4278 Closing date: Feb 25, 2018. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

    D**iversity** the difference starts with you

    We are committed to ensuring diversity and gender equality within our organization.

    Ethiopia: Senior Project Engineer

    Organization: UNOPS
    Country: Ethiopia
    Closing date: 27 Feb 2018

    Background Information – Job-specific

    Background Information – UNOPS Ethiopia Operational Hub (ETOH)

    Established in 2009, UNOPS Ethiopia Office has been providing services to various partners, including the government of Ethiopia, UN agencies such as WHO, UNHCR and WFP, and other international organizations. In 2014, the UNOPS Executive Director decided to establish the UNOPS Ethiopia Operational Hub, which manages and coordinates the UNOPS activities in Ethiopia, as well as Sudan and Djibouti.

    UNOPS ETOH activities range from tailor-made administration, operations, human resources and logistics support for implementation of development and humanitarian projects; infrastructure and procurement management services; and advisory services to partners to facilitate effective procurement, supply and financial management.

    Infrastructure Projects Context

    Infrastructure developments comprising of four stages; namely: project initiation stage; project design stage; procurement stage and construction stage including the defects notification stage. Each stage will be comprised of various tasks that include feasibility study, need assessment, cost estimates timelines, design developments for simple projects and/or design reviews, preparation of terms of reference, RFQs, RFP and ITBs, contract document preparations, construction supervision and monitoring until the expiry of the defects notification period. Projects will be located at various regions in Ethiopia, Sudan and Djibouti.

    The Senior Project Engineer provides technical assistance and expertise with reference to the feasibility/design/procurement/construction requirements as well as field coordination, ensuring high quality and consistency of work. The Senior Project Engineer supervising a diverse technical team promotes a collaborative, client focused, quality and results-oriented approach in the Project Team. He/She will also provide mentorship to junior team members ensuring knowledge transfer for capacity development.The Senior Project Engineer will report to the Head of Programme or Project Manager.

    Functional Responsibilities

    1. General Construction

    • Plan and coordinate work activities with the Project Manager or Head of Programme.
    • Contribute to development, implementation, monitoring and updating of the Project plans and strategies in order to ensure delivery is to the scope budget and time.
    • Provide expertise opinion/advise the Project Manager on all engineering issues
    • Take timely action to prevent potential delays and/or cost overruns that can be avoided.
    • Report and recommend remedial actions regarding potential delays and/or cost overruns to the Project Manager or Head of Programme.
    • Provide supervision of project work progress and quality for on-time project delivery.
    • Prepare project related documentations such as periodic progress reports, site monitoring reports, stakeholder meeting minutes, engineer's instructions and variation orders, contractor's bills review reports, certifications, client hand-over documents and contracts close-out reports.
    • Manage final hand over and acceptance report based on technical specifications against the approved project.
    • Provide data and information about project work to Project Manager or Head of Programme for reporting purposes.
    • Ensure UNOPS FIDIC contracts are administered appropriately.
    • Ensure proper liaison, coordination and exchange of information with the Municipal Authority
    • Accompany all site visits by any Authority and Donor representatives.
    • Provide a monthly report to the Project Manager or Head of Programme detailing all project matters including quality, health and safety, environmental and financial, as well as any issues relating to possible delays, cost overruns, variations and any other matter as agreed with the Project Manager.

    2. Feasibility /needs assessment

    • Complete needs assessment, organize preliminary studies, and monitor/supervising consultants.
    • Manage the review of requests for new construction and rehabilitation works.
    • Carry out assessments and prepare reports with recommendations for follow up actions.
    • Redact the tender dossier, with particular focus to the technical documents (drawings, BoQ, technical specification and standards).
    • Develop of project initiation document.

    3. Design Management

    • Outline design requirements (e.g. timeline) to procure design services, including concept, preliminary and final stages where applicable;
    • Prepare structural design calculations for projects to be developed by the UNOPS design team in the field offices and within the Hub;
    • Preparation of structural design drawings, specifications and BoQs for projects by UNOPS design team in the field offices and within the Hub.
    • Manage the design plan ensuring deliverables are available on time, and to the required quality.
    • Review and approve the BoQ.
    • Lead the procurement team with technical guidance in preparation of tender documentation and bid analysis where required.

    4. Construction supervision

    • Supervise construction works and administer works execution as per the contractual provisions and the design specifications.
    • Ensure quantity/quality control and time schedule consistency.
    • Verify that works are consistent with the project technical specifications and inform promptly of eventual deviations.
    • Ensure constructions works are completed on time, within budget and to quality standards.
    • Provide regular supervision of the project work progress and quality for on time delivery.
    • Ensure respect of Health and Safety procedures on the site and report any irregularity
    • Ensure that aspects of good governance are integrated into the rehabilitation/reconstruction projects

    5. Knowledge management

    • Provide training and technology transfer to national personnel and contractor’s personnel and advice on good construction practices, good environmental management practices, and appropriate health and safety standards during construction
    • Contribute to the dissemination and sharing of best practices and lessons learned for development planning and knowledge building.


    The effective and successful achievement of results by the Senior Project Engineer directly impacts on achievement of the projects and consequently reinforces the visibility and image of UNOPS as an effective service provider in project services and management and strengthens its competitive position as a partner of choice in sustainable development and project services.

    Education/Experience/Language requirements

    A. Education

    • Advanced University Degree (Master’s or equivalent) in Civil Engineering/Structural Engineering or related field is required.
    • A combination of a Bachelor’s degree in one of the above fields with 10 years of relevant work experience may be accepted in lieu of the education requirements outlined above.
    • Professional Structural Engineer Certification (for example Practicing Professional Structural Engineer /PPST/ from recognized registration body ) or Project Management Certification (for example PRINCE2® Foundation) is desirable

    B. Work Experience

    • A minimum of 7 years of experience, related to the project requirements, in civil engineering construction management is required.
    • A minimum of 5 years in design of building structural design in the capacity of professional structural engineer is an asset;
    • A minimum of 5 years involvement in the design review of building design drawings, specifications and bill of quantities is an asset;
    • Demonstrated International Federation of Consulting Engineers (FIDIC) contract knowledge is desirable.
    • Some experience in the UN system organizations and/or a developing country is desirable.
    • Experience in supervision of civil engineering construction activities is required.
    • Experience in proposal development will be an advantage.

    C. Language Requirements:

    • Fluency in English is essential.
    • Knowledge of another official UNOPS language is an asset.

    How to apply:

    Click on the link below:

    Multiple Fresh Graduate Job Vacancy Ethiopia 2018

    Welcome to, this website helps you achieve your career dream by connecting you to Ethiopian job vacancies that are relevant to you. The internet and online job hunting has transformed the way we look for jobs; making our searches quicker, easier and a lot wider than the traditional job search. And Esejobs will be your premier source of information for the latest Fresh Graduate Job Vacancy Ethiopia 2018.

    Fresh Graduate Job Vacancy Ethiopia 2018

    Zemen Bank

    Zemen Bank would like to hire qualified and competent fresh graduate for the following vacant position.

    Information Technology Officer (Level I) 

    BSC in Information Science, Computer Science, IT or in related fields | Graduate of 2017 and on wards with CGPA of 3.00 and above | 0 year work experience | Knowledge of SQL language, DBMS (MSSQL) | CCNA, A+ and MCP certifications | Place of work: Addis Ababa

    How to Apply:

    Deadline: February 22, 2018

    Apply in person by attaching your application and CV with all credentials to Zemen Bank’s Human Resource Department or Send your Application letter, CV and scanned documentations via email to

    East Africa Bottling 

    Sales Trainee

    First Degree in Marketing Management/Management & Business Administration and related fields | Only graduates of 2009 E.C With a CGPA 3.0 and Above will be considered | 0 year work experience | Place of Work: Country wide (Willing to work outside Addis Ababa)

    How to Apply:

    Deadline: February 20, 2018

    Submit your application letter and CV with copies of credentials to East Africa Bottling, Human Resources Competency in Addis Ababa, Dire Dawa or Bahir Oar Plant or at any of the Company Depots located in Adama, Hawassa, Woldiya and Awash.

    Fresh Graduate Job Vacancy Ethiopia 2018

    Nile Insurance Company

    Junior Accountant 

    B.A Degree in Accounting with CGPA of 2.75 and above | 0 year work experience | Place of work: Addis Ababa

    Junior Officer

    BSC Degree in Mathematics or statistics | 0 year work experience | Place of work: Semera

    Health and related services Junior officer

    BSC Degree in Health Sciences such as Nursing, Clinical pharmacy or related field of study | 0 year work experience | Place of work: Addis Ababa

    Attorney I

    LLB Degree in law | 0 year work experience | Place of work: Addis Ababa

    How to Apply:

    Deadline: February 18, 2018

    Submit your application letter and CV with copies of credentials in person to Nile Insurance Company S.C. Head Office, Gotera (around nation and nationalities square) Human Resource Management Division (3rd Floor) Tel. No. 0114 42 60 00 Addis Ababa

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    Junior Customer Service Clerk (Addis Ababa)

    Diploma /TVET 10+3/ Level IV & COC Award in Banking or Finance or Accounting or equivalent | Only graduates of 2017 and recent | 0 year work experience(shall seat for a competency test) | Place of work: Addis Ababa

    How to Apply:

    Deadline: February 20, 2018

    Submit your application letter and CV with copies of credentials in person to United Bank S.C., Human Resource Management Department, P.o.Box 19963, Mekwor Plaza Building 4th floor, Addis Ababa

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    Organization: GOAL
    Country: Ethiopia
    Closing date: 02 Mar 2018


    GOAL has been working in Ethiopia for over 30 years, towards ensuring the poorest and most vulnerable, and those affected by humanitarian crises have access to the fundamental rights of life, including but not limited to adequate shelter, food, water and sanitation, healthcare and education. GOAL Ethiopia implements a range of multi-sectoral development, resilience and humanitarian responses, targeting refugees, internally displaced communities, vulnerable chronically poor pastoralist and rural small holder farmers, street-connected children and youth, and communities affected by humanitarian and sudden onset emergencies – primarily drought, flooding, disease and conflict. GOAL works closely with communities and local Government, addressing issues of poverty, building capacity to respond to shocks and stresses, and helping to prevent and mitigate the impact of disasters.

    The programme has a strong focus on the nutrition, health, WASH, food security, and economic development sectors, incorporating aspects of resilience building, systems strengthening, behavior change and inclusion within our approaches. Gender and child protection are mainstreamed throughout all programming. Accountability to communities, project participants and all stakeholders is an integral element of all responses. GOAL Ethiopia operates a country-wide response, currently operational in Oromiya, Somali, Afar, Gambella, SNNP and Addis Ababa.

    GOAL envisages a world where poverty and hunger no longer exist, where communities are resilient and prepared for seasonal shocks, where structural and cultural barriers to growth are removed and where every man, woman and child, has equal right and access to resources and opportunities.


    The objective of the ACDP role is to provide overall leadership, management and strategic vision in programme implementation and expansion of the GOAL Ethiopia. The ACDP is a key member of GOAL Ethiopia’s senior management team, with significant input to strategic development and decision making processes, as well as realization of strategic and programmatic objectives. Working closely with the Country Director, the ACD will have a key role in determining future strategies and will also be heavily involved in the planning of any new activities.

    She/he is primarily responsible to oversee the timely and quality implementation of emergency, humanitarian and development responses across the country, ensuring that GOAL Ethiopia’s projects respond to the needs on the ground and achieve stated objectives and results, and are comply with all reporting and implementation rules and requirements.

    In addition, the ACDP will be responsible for ensuring harmonization of GOAL Ethiopia’s programme departments, ensuring complementary responses, integration of emergency and development sectoral responses, linking emergency and development activities, and mainstreaming of cross-cutting issues.

    The ACDP will be responsible for the development and humanitarian response programme, functionally overseeing the technical sector coordinators, field programme managers, monitoring and evaluation team, and grants and communications staff, while working closely with the Refugee Programme Manager. The ACDP will work closely both with well-motivated and experienced managers in the field and at head office supporting GOAL programmes.

    GOAL has an ambitious expansionist strategy and the ACDP is responsible for overseeing the development and submission of Donor proposals including consortium applications. A significant element of the ACDP role will be to build GOAL’s reputation with key Donors and partners, and develop GOAL’s portfolio of long-term development funding.

    In additional to overseeing the programmatic, strategic and technical elements of operations, the ACDP will work closely with all departments and is expected to have a clear understanding of all facets of operations, including finance, logistics, HR, procurement, and Donor compliance, to ensure programmes are in line with Government, Donor, and GOAL rules and regulations.

    The holder of this post must possess strong leadership skills with the ability to maintain a broad perspective. She/he will undertake innovative approaches, be agile in the conceptualization of new programme ideas and will be well versed in strategic thinking and planning. She/he will also have ability to juggle multiple priorities under tight deadlines, and to calmly and diplomatically deal with unexpected events impacting programme operations. The ideal candidate will be familiar with market systems-based programmes, concepts of behavior change and inclusion, and will demonstrate cultural knowledge and sensitivity, while also demonstrating skills and ability to build and maintain partnerships with international organizations and private sector partners. The ACDP must have strong interpersonal skills, have strong personnel management capacities, and an ability to communicate and manage expectations of many stakeholders.


    Programme Delivery and Design

    • Provide leadership and strategic direction in the design and delivery of GOAL Ethiopia’s programmes
    • Oversee the strategic, programmatic and technical elements of the country programme and ensure projects are well designed, delivered on time and on budget, are appropriately monitored and evaluated and delivered as expected.
    • Ensure solid understanding of the needs, challenges and priorities of the current programme within the Ethiopian operational context as well as understanding the opportunities and priorities in alignment with Government of Ethiopia’s Growth and Transformation Agenda, Humanitarian Response Documents, and other relevant Government strategies
    • Ensure that GOAL is delivering to our communities in an integrated and unified way, which involves leading regular and appropriate forums for information exchange across and between programme sectors, and effective grant and programme planning and management.
    • Ensure GOAL programmes effectively mainstream key elements of Gender, Child Protection, HIV and Environment, and Accountability
    • Oversee the M&E function to ensure strong monitoring and evaluation of projects and programmes, conduct learning reviews on a periodic basis and share and integrate learning into current and future interventions.
    • Working closely with the technical team and field programme managers to design high quality programmes that effectively respond to the needs while supporting sustainable exit strategies.
    • Working closely with GOAL’s global Technical Team in the design of responses

    Programme Growth and Strategic Direction

    • In conjunction with the Country Director, develop a Donor strategy, and regularly monitor Donor opportunities and their fit with GOAL capabilities and priorities for development of key Donors
    • Provide leadership and strategic direction within the GOAL Ethiopia programme
    • Support the Country Director in the development of a 5-year Country Strategic Plan
    • Ensure harmonization and integration of the humanitarian response and development programmes

    Line Management and Staff Capacity Building

    • Management of the Programme Department Heads responsible for management of technical team, project implementation, field programme managers, monitoring & evaluation, and grants and communications
    • Support the development of in-country expertise in each sector and supporting a national staff capacity building Mentoring of staff will be a key element of the role.
    • Ensure GOAL policies and procedures for programme management are known and are being implemented
    • Deputising the Country Director when needed

    Proposal Writing & Reporting

    • Lead on proposal development, coordination and management of the entire process and ensure high quality submission on time. Management of the proposal process will include proposal writing, editing, as well as co-ordination between various departments within GOAL Ethiopia, between GOAL Ethiopia and GOAL’s HQ, and other stakeholders, including implementing partners, Donors, and community and/or Government
    • Grant management including participating in project opening and closing meetings, Donor reporting and seeking of necessary approvals from Donors as result of changes in operating environment
    • Programme update reporting to HQ and ad hoc reporting on programme updates as required

    Financial Management and Compliance

    • Budget management, work in collaboration with the Finance Team and Field Programme Managers to ensure to ensure strong financial management of programme budgets
    • Development of proposal budgets in collaboration with the Finance team, ensuring appropriate resources are built into the budget process,
    • Compliance, work in collaboration with the Compliance Department and Internal Audit to ensure compliance with Donor, Government, and GOAL policies.

    Communications and Representation

    • Represent GOAL with Government partners, regional and local authorities, Donors, local and international partners, sector clusters, humanitarian coordination fora, and sectoral clusters, at all levels of project implementation in collaboration with and as determined by the CD
    • Actively participate in the Strategic Planning process and with the Senior Management Team to provide overall leadership and direction to the program
    • Support in the development of policies aimed at improving quality and efficiency of the programme
    • Support the communications and technical sector coordinators in the development of publicity materials, including project and programme brochures, case studies, capacity statements and press releases in collaboration with the CD
    • Actively participate in Donor, HQ, Government, and media visits to field sites
    • Be a key liaison and focal point for communications going to and from GOAL’s HQ in Dublin.


    • Ensure logistics, procurement, HR and finance protocols are followed by all programmes team members, and collaborate closely with Internal Audit and Compliance staff to ensure the integration of compliance concerns into the work of the programme department
    • Ensure appropriate HR planning, training, and resource allocation as required for the successful implementation of programme objectives, including appropriate support personnel at GOAL’s field sites
    • Carry out other duties as requested by the Country Director


    • At least five years at a senior management level with demonstrable ability to lead a team of technical and support staff overseeing a large and complex programme
    • At least five years’ overseas professional experience in development or humanitarian contexts – preferably in Africa
    • Post-graduate degree in development, humanitarian, management or relevant discipline
    • Leadership skills and strategic vision, with the ability to guide a large team in reaching GOAL Ethiopia’s strategic and programmatic objectives
    • Excellent presentation, oral, and writing skills in English is an absolute essential – the ACDP will be responsible for the preparation, writing and submission of high-quality proposals and reports in English, as well as extensive communication with Donors, HQ, and partners in English.
    • Strong communication, networking and relationship management skills are essential. The holder of this post must develop and nurture relationships across a wide spectrum of stakeholders (Government, Donors, INGOs and local NGOs, academic bodies, private sector entities and relevant local civil society etc.)
    • Demonstrated ability to secure emergency and/or long-term development funding from international Donors, with strong proposal writing and reporting capacity
    • Experience overseeing the implementation of emergency and/or development projects funded by key institutional Donors including OFDA, ECHO, EU, DFID and UN Agencies
    • Demonstrable previous experience in programme planning, budgeting, implementation and review with robust management skills, and the ability to effectively and proactively manage a complex portfolio of projects and deliverables from various sectors and units within GOAL
    • Demonstrated analytical and conceptual skills
    • Ability to quickly reprioritize activities and prioritize and management of your time based on the importance and urgency of tasks
    • Good team player, flexible and capable of working with an international country team.
    • Motivated, enthusiastic with a positive can-do attitude. The ideal candidate will be an inspirational leader within his/her team.
    • Good computer skills, including familiarity with Microsoft Word and Excel. Ability to use online Donor grant management systems
    • Sensitive to cross cutting issues and approaches such as gender, HIV/ADIS, child protection, accountability, resilience, inclusion and behavior change.
    • Strong financial capacity

    Highly Desirable

    • Experience and knowledge of market system strengthening and a working knowledge of M4P methodologies will be a strong advantage
    • Previous experience working with private sector organizations within a development /humanitarian context
    • Strong technical knowledge in one of more of the following sectors: health, nutrition, WASH, food security, economic development, cash-transfer programming
    • Comprehensive understanding of resilience, behavior change and inclusion approaches.
    • Ethiopia-specific experience in working in the development sector

    The ACDP will be available 24/7 by telephone, and regularly check e-mails, including outside of work hours. The work requires approximately 30% of travel to the field including to the very remote sites. Ability and willingness to travel to locations outside Addis Ababa is a must.

    The ACDP will familiarize her/himself with GOAL and Donor compliance issues, organizational rules and regulations, GOAL’s Code of Conduct and Wrongdoing Policies (including Conflict of Interest, Whistleblowing, Anti-fraud) and any other policies, procedures, guidelines, rules and regulations in place, and implement accordingly in area of responsibility.

    This Job Description only serves as a guide for the position available and the role is not only limited to the above list. GOAL reserves the right to change, revise, omit, and add in part /in whole this document any time without giving any reason thereof.

    Our package includes a competitive salary, shared accommodation, health and travel insurance and 20 days annual leave. Additional benefits are available after 12 months of service. Salary range for this role is € 43,000 to 49,000.

    GOAL has a Staff Code of Conduct and a Child Protection Policy, which have been developed to ensure the maximum protection of programme participants and children from exploitation. GOAL also has a confidentiality policy ensuring the non-disclosure of any information whatsoever relating to the practices and business of GOAL, acquired in the course of duty, to any other person or organisation without authority, except in the normal execution of duty. Any candidate offered a job with GOAL will be expected to adhere to these policies any job offer made is also subject to police clearance. GOAL is an equal opportunities employer.

    This Job Description only serves as a guide for the position available. GOAL reserves the right to change this document. Any published closing dates are estimated. Due to the nature of GOAL’s work we aim to fill vacancies as quickly as possible. This means that we will close adverts as soon as we have found the right candidate and this may be before the published closing date. We would therefore advise interested applicants to submit an application as early as possible.

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