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  • List of Ethiopia Scholarships - Ethiopians - Scholarships for Ethiopians to Study in Ethiopia or Abroad
  • Leadership and Advisor Roles 2016/2017 Jobs in Ethiopia- Apply by 9th October 2016
  • Monitoring & Evaluation Specialist - Jobs in Ethiopia - Apply by 29th September 2016
  • Chief of Party, DFAP Jobs in Ethiopia- Apply by 17th October 2016
  • Psychotherapist/Trainer Jobs in Ethiopia- Apply by 21st October 2016
  • Protection Coordinator Jobs in Ethiopia- Apply by 30th September 2016
  • Develop Best Interests Assessment Tool And Guides, And Best Interest Determination Procedures For Children On The Move Program (CON/21/2016) - Apply by 28th September 2016
  • National Project Coordinator (NOB) /Ethiopian Nationals Only/ - Apply by 10th October 2016
  • Senior Finance and Administrative Assistant (G-6) (Ethiopian Nationals only) - Apply by 10th October 2016
  • Leadership and Advisor Roles in Ethiopia - Apply by 9th October, 2016
  • Monitoring & Evaluation Specialist Job in Ethiopia - Apply by 29th September, 2016
  • Food for the Hungry Chief of Party Job in Ethiopia - Apply by 17th October, 2016
  • Center for Victims of Torture Psychotherapist/Trainer Job in Shire, Ethiopia - Apply by 21st October, 2016
  • Danish Refugee Council Protection Coordinator Job in Gambella, Ethiopia - Apply by 30th September, 2016
  • Develop Best Interests Assessment Tool And Guides, And Best Interest Determination Procedures For Children On The Move Program in Ethiopia (CON/21/2016) - Apply by 28th September, 2016
  • Cabin Crew Jobs for Ethiopians - International Airlines Recruiting Ethiopians
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  • 2016 Undergraduate and Postgraduate Scholarships for Ethiopian Students
  • Volunteer Obstetrician/Gynaecologist Jobs in Ethiopia- Apply by 15th October 2016
  • Country Representative for German/Austrian NGO in Hospitality Institute in Ethiopia - Apply by 15th October 2016
  • Grants Coordinator Jobs in Ethiopia- Apply by 1st November 2016
  • Disaster Management Advisor Jobs in Ethiopia- Apply by 30th September 2016
  • Senior Analyst, Health Insurance Jobs in Ethiopia- Apply by 30th September 2016
  • International Livelihoods and Food Security Specialist, Final Performance Evaluation of the USAID GRAD Activity, Ethiopia - Apply by 30th September 2016
  • Team Leader, Final Performance Evaluation of the USAID Graduation with Resilience to Achieve Sustainable Development (GRAD) Activity, Ethiopia - Apply by 30th September 2016
  • Local Technical Specialist, Health Sector Finance Reform, USAID/Ethiopia Performance Monitoring and Evaluation Service (EPMES) Activity Addis Ababa, Ethiopia - Apply by 30th September, 2016
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    Leadership and Advisor Roles 2016/2017

    Job from Africa Governance Initiative Closing date: 09 Oct 2016

    AGI’s Mission

    Over a billion people in Africa need their governments to provide basic public services such as hospitals, schools, sanitation, employment opportunities and much more. When governments fail to deliver, it’s the poor that suffer most. That’s why AGI’s mission is to support effective government in Africa - to make government work for the world’s poorest people.

    To achieve this vision, we provide practical advice and support to help African Leaders bridge the gap between their vision for a better future and the capacity of their governments to achieve it.

    In the last year, this has included helping to end Ebola in West Africa, supporting the set-up of the Development Bank of Nigeria, and reforms in Rwanda that will increase farmers’ incomes and exports.

    Our model combines the experience of AGI’s founder and Patron, Tony Blair, with on-the-ground teams of professionals working shoulder-to-shoulder with counterparts in the heart of partner governments to develop capacity and put in place the skills, systems and structures needed to drive delivery on the ground. Currently, AGI is working to support the governments of Sierra Leone, Liberia, Rwanda, Guinea, Ethiopia, Kenya, Mozambique and Nigeria.

    AGI’s People

    AGI teams understand that politics is as important as technical know how when it comes to getting things done. They are excellent at building and maintaining relationships, possess strong leadership skills, and skilled in helping our partner governments solve some of the continent’s most complex delivery challenges.

    We are bound by a unique set of shared values; we’re bold in our approach, relentless in pursuit of impact, led by our government partners not by our own agenda, passionate about Africa’s potential and independent in our advice and analyses. Our work has the potential to help change millions of lives for the better.

    Upcoming Opportunities - 2016/2017

    We are seeking individuals with 7+ year’s relevant professional experience within public/civil services worldwide; strategy consulting; relevant industry sectors; private equity and finance; and international development.

    AGI is committed to building multi-disciplinary teams and are particularly interested in candidates with experience planning and delivery, performance management processes; change management, executive/private office support; or government and strategic communications. For any of our roles, experience of living and working in developing countries is desirable but not essential.

    Candidates who speak fluent French and/or Portuguese, will be prioritized for roles in our Francophone and Lusophone countries.

    Leadership Positions

    AGI Country Heads have full responsibility of all programme activities, including managing a team of 4-10 people, project budget oversight, strategic programme design and the delivery and evaluation of project goals.

    This includes managing relations with senior government stakeholders, including, in some countries, the President.

    For these challenging and demanding roles we are looking for exceptional performance in the AGI competencies and proven experience of building senior relationships and managing high performing teams.

    Governance Advisor roles

    AGI’s Governance Advisors work within Centre of Government institutions – Presidents’ and Prime Ministers’ offices; cross-government co-ordination offices; and strategy, policy and delivery units, as well as within Priority Ministries. These include:

    Finance and Investment – individuals with experience of economic planning, project finance, innovative public finance models, donor and financier coordination, and/or securing access to finance for the private sector and farmers. We are also seeking individuals with experience of the ICT and innovation industry.

    Energy – individuals with government, consulting or industry experience in the electricity sector, e.g. in energy policy, the performance of energy utilities, public-private partnerships, and the management of power generation and distribution projects.

    Transport Infrastructure – individuals with government, consulting or industry experience e.g. the performance of infrastructure ministries and agencies, public-private partnerships, project management and oversight of major infrastructure projects in developing countries.

    Private Sector Development – individuals with experience in investment facilitation/ promotion, business linkages and value chain coordination, managing investment deals in emerging market economies and/or delivering organisational change.

    Agriculture – individuals with experience in value chain development, investment appraisal, and business planning and market analysis. Experience in emerging market economies preferred.

    How to apply:

    For further information on upcoming opportunities please visit our careers website

    In order to apply for an AGI role you are required to complete an online application form which includes uploading your CV (no longer than 2 pages) and completing a 300 word personal statement explaining why you want to work at AGI and your suitability to the role.

    For more information please contact jobs@tb-agi.org. We will be looking to fill roles throughout 2016/2017 and will let you know if your application is being considered.


    Monitoring & Evaluation Specialist - Ethiopia

    Job from World Vision Closing date: 29 Sep 2016

    Monitoring & Evaluation Specialist - Ethiopia

    World Vision International

    World Vision (WV) is a humanitarian, development and advocacy organisation devoted to improving the lives of children, families and their communities around the world.

    Our 45,000+ staff members working in more than 90 countries are united through our ethos, mission and shared desire for all individuals, especially children, to overcome poverty, inequality and injustice.

    Here’s where you come in:

    World Vision is seeking a Monitoring & Evaluation Specialist - Ethiopia for an upcoming USAID Ethiopia HIV/AIDS opportunity. You will be responsible for all monitoring, evaluation and reporting activities under the award.

    You will lead the development of and manage the Performance Monitoring Plan (PMP). You will also develop and maintain systems to collect and analyze information on inputs, outputs, outcomes and impact of the program. You will work with the Team to build capacity on the use of data and indicators; analyze monthly data, and support training in quality assurance methods.

    Requirements include:

    · A secondary degree in social sciences, evaluation, or other related field is required.

    · Minimum of five (5) years’ experience and demonstrated practical skills in monitoring and evaluation of HIV and AIDS care and support sector programs.

    · Knowledge and significant experience in the development and implementation of monitoring and evaluation frameworks and systems required for community development programs.

    · At least 3 years of field based work experience in the design and implementation of M&E systems in sub-Saharan Africa. Ethiopia preferred.

    · Demonstrated experience working in M&E for USAID-funded projects.

    · Excellent report writing, analytical and communication skills, including oral presentation skills, knowledge management and dissemination of research findings (in English) – preferred.

    · English language skills.

    How to apply:

    Is this the job for you?

    World Vision is dedicated to our team members’ development and their success. We aspire for all employees to be fulfilled through their work and their contributions to an organisation working to provide long-term sustainable solutions to the world’s most vulnerable people.

    Find the full responsibilities and requirements for this position online and apply by the closing date 29 September 2016.

    For more information on World Vision International, please visit our website: www.wvi.org. Due to the number of applications received, only short-listed candidates will be contacted.


    Chief of Party, DFAP

    Job from Food for the Hungry Closing date: 17 Oct 2016

    PURPOSE OF THE JOB The core purpose of the Chief of Party is to provide leadership in the management and implementation of a USAID Title II Food for Peace funded development food assistance program (DFAP).

    S/he will be responsible for the management and oversight of the project, including leading the preparation of sector work plans, monitoring project progress and timely delivery of all reporting and deliverables, ensuring performance quality, and complying with USAID (donor) and Food for the Hungry internal requirements.

    Furthermore, s/he will lead planning, coordination and implementation efforts with representatives from Government of Ethiopia representatives at federal, regional, zonal, and woreda levels, USAID, NGO sectoral working groups, DFAP implementing partners and all other relevant stakeholders.

    The CoP will supervise all other project staff, such as head-office and field-based program managers, technical sector leads, and all other program-focused staff.

    Essential Tasks And Responsibilities

    Key Result #1 - Program Leadership

    Key Result #2 - Management and Administration

    Key Result #3 - Representation and Coordination

    Key Result #4 - Human Resource Management

    Mission Statement Motivated by Christ’s love, this position plays a key role in promoting the wholistic ministry of Food for the Hungry (FH) through the framework of the organization’s vision, “God called and we responded until physical and spiritual hungers ended worldwide”.

    In order to accomplish this vision, FH’s mission is to “walk with churches leaders and families in overcoming all forms of human poverty by living in healthy relationship with God and His creation”.

    How to apply:

    For a complete version of the job description, qualifications, benefits, and to apply, access our Employment page on the FH website: http://fh.org/get-involved/employment


    Psychotherapist/Trainer

    Job from Center for Victims of Torture Closing date: 21 Oct 2016

    The Center for Victims of Torture is seeking a Psychotherapist/Trainer to work in a refugee camp program with Eritrean refugees who have suffered torture and war trauma.

    The position will oversee psychological interventions, including group and individual therapy with adults and children; provide training and supervision to a team of national staff counselors and local refugee psychosocial counselors; and liaise with other NGOs and local organizations. The position has a one-year renewable agreement. This is an unaccompanied post. The position will begin immediately.

    Location: Shire, Ethiopia

    Duration: 1 year employment agreement with the possibility of renewal

    Start date: October 1, 2016

    Reports to: Clinical Advisor for Mental Health

    Post status: Unaccompanied

    Organization:

    The Center for Victims of Torture works toward a future in which torture ceases to exist and its victims have hope for a new life. We are an international nonprofit dedicated to healing survivors of torture.

    We provide direct care for those who have been tortured, train partners around the world who can prevent and treat torture, and advocate for human rights and an end to torture. We are headquartered in Minnesota with offices in Africa and the Middle East.

    Responsibilities:

  • Psychotherapy Oversight: Oversee and coordinate mental health assessments and individual and group psychotherapy provided by counselors.
  • Clinical Supervision and Training: Design and carry out training programs for staff counselors – including ongoing training, mentoring, modeling and clinical supervision.
  • Continually assess development of counselors and adapt training to meet their needs.
  • Staff Management: Build and maintain a strong and cohesive team of counselors.
  • Coordinate workflow, resources and priorities and facilitate communication across the team. Hire, coach, mentor and develop staff members.
  • Program Development: Work as part of the country team to achieve program objectives. Manage day-to-day operations of the program to ensure activities run smoothly and in parallel across 2 camps. Adjust or develop new program activities in accordance with client population needs. Participate in regular meetings with lead program staff.
  • Community Assessment: Mentor counselors to complete needs assessments, sensitizations and psychoeducation in refugee camps in order to identify target populations and determine appropriate mental health interventions for people who have been tortured and/or traumatized by war.
  • Community Collaboration: Coordinate services and provide training to other organizations to better address the needs of identified client populations in the camps.
  • Reporting: Contribute to the writing, review and submission of regular reports regarding clinical and training activities.
  • Program/Project Evaluation: Participate in the implementation of program evaluation.

    Qualification

  • Required education, experience, certificates, licenses or registrations
  • Graduate degree in Psychology, Counseling, Clinical Social Work or Marriage and Family Therapy
  • 4 years of experience providing individual and group psychotherapy to trauma survivors
  • 3 years of experience supervising mental health professionals and paraprofessionals
  • Preferred education, experience, certificates, licenses or registrations
  • Certification or licensure as a psychologist or psychotherapist
  • 6 or more years experience providing individual and group psychotherapy
  • Extensive experience providing psychotherapy to children, adolescents, families and SGBV survivors.
  • 5 years of experience supervising mental health professionals and paraprofessionals
  • Experience working in the field of torture treatment
  • Experience working with interpreters

    Competencies (Knowledge, Skills and Abilities)

  • Understanding of and extensive experience implementing culturally appropriate mental health interventions, including individual, group and community-based approaches for people who have suffered torture and trauma.
  • Understanding of and experience developing curricula and providing training for mental health counselors on counseling approaches, sensitization on the effects of trauma and war, and designing interventions.
  • Demonstrated cultural sensitivity in professional environments, ideally in mental health care.
  • Experience working in developing countries. Experience working in East Africa preferred.
  • Skilled at carrying out program needs assessments, program development and program evaluation.
  • Skilled at working as a member of a team.
  • Flexibility and adaptability to work in a developing country and in an isolated environment lacking in amenities.
  • Demonstrated flexibility to adapt to changing program requirements, client needs and political climate.
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office suite (Outlook, Word and Excel)
  • Excellent written, verbal and interpersonal communications skills
  • Ability to travel by car up to 1 hour per day on rough, unpaved roads.
  • Fluency in English required. Fluency in Tigrinya desirable but not required.
  • Interest in or commitment to human rights

    How to apply:

    Submit CV and letter of interest at http://cvt.simplicant.com


    Protection Coordinator

    Job from Danish Refugee Council Closing date: 30 Sep 2016

    Background

    The Danish Refugee Council (DRC) has been providing relief and development services in the Horn of Africa since 1997. Using a protection of human rights framework, DRC has mainly focused on Somalis who are displaced by conflict but this has now broadened to include South Sudanese displaced in Ethiopia, Ethiopians, Somalis and Yemenis in Djibouti.

    Programmes include protection, livelihoods, NFI distribution, shelter, WASH, migration and advocacy amongst others. DRC Ethiopia supports field offices in several locations: three in Djibouti (Djibouti Ville, Ali Sabieh and Obock) and five in Ethiopia (Dolo Ado, Jijiga, Shire, Gambella town and Dimma).

    DRC’s operation in Gambella regional state currently makes up the largest portion of the Ethiopia/Djibouti program’s activities in both programmatic and monetary terms. DRC’s work in Gambella is focused on responding to the mass refugee influx from South Sudan. Ethiopia is the largest recipient of South Sudanese refugees, which now numbers over 260,000 persons in Gambella, a significant majority of which are women and children.

    With sporadic outbursts of violence and a very fragile peace process in South Sudan, there is a large need to look beyond immediate emergency response in Ethiopia, and supplement relief with longer-term programming around livelihoods and protection.

    In Gambella, DRC has been one of the lead implementers in comprehensive WASH and shelter assistance to refugees, and it has also been a key responder in various interventions in combating sexual and gender-based violence (SGBV) and ensuring child protection in the region. DRC implements projects in five refugee camps in the Gambella region.

    Job overview

    The Protection Coordinator will lead DRC’s protection programming in the Gambella region of Ethiopia. They will provide technical oversight and support a consistent integration of a rights-based approach into all DRC’s program activities across the country.

    The Protection Coordinator will be line managed by the Area Managers when in field sites and guided by the Head of Programmes.

    Key responsibilities

    Technical Oversight and Management of Protection Programming

  • Design and manage DRC’s SGBV, child protection, and other protection interventions as per international best practice standards;
  • Conduct rapid needs and assessments to inform program design and strategic direction as well as identify risks and vulnerabilities, including those related to gender, age and disability;
  • Develop concrete initiatives to reduce protection risks and design specific strategies to build upon assets within the population;
  • Assess protection needs and identify problems/gaps and propose/prioritize timely practical actions to respond to particular protection problems; and
  • Oversee the management of child-friendly spaces, women-friendly spaces, and youth centres as per appropriate standards.
  • Monitoring, Reporting, and Development
  • Develop protection-focused program monitoring tools;
  • Undertake quality control and site monitoring to ensure that services provided are according to international best practice standards;
  • Conduct program monitoring as per expected outputs and outcomes;
  • Monitor financial spending and budgets for all protection projects;
  • Write donor and management reports on protection projects;
  • Ensure that the design and implementation of protection activities address protection needs of refugees and other vulnerable populations within DRC’s mandate, and contribute to the relevant durable solutions;
  • Ensure that quality assurance systems are developed and applied, with particular reference to the HAP Standard and Age Gender and Disability throughout the program;
  • Explore new business and partnerships and work closely with Head of Programmes, Area Manager and the Grants unit to develop quality proposals, concept notes, and budgets; and
  • Contribute to protection mainstreaming in all DRC field offices.

    Team management:

  • Directly supervise protection team leaders;
  • Conduct recruitment of protection staff as needed;
  • Set clear objectives for protection team and do timely performance evaluations; and
  • Develop staff capacities on the rights-based approaches, participatory protection assessments and monitoring, migration monitoring, and inclusion of vulnerable groups though training, mentoring and coaching.

    Coordination and Representation:

  • Share relevant project information with stakeholders (UNHCR, Agency for Refugees and Returnees Affairs (ARRA), etc.)
  • Participate in general protection coordination meetings as well as SGBV and child protection working groups;
  • Coordinate with ARRA, UNHCR, UNICEF, protection NGOs, and other key stakeholders on the provision of protection services for refugees and relevant contingency planning;
  • Participate in Refugee Task Force meetings as needed;
  • Ensure internal coordination and harmonization of DRC protection-related activities with DRC’s Ethiopia/Djibouti and regional protection programs; Work closely with other agencies to implement common protection standards and develop common strategies and responses, notably through supporting and participating to protection working groups; and
  • Promote improved understanding of protection issues among all relevant stakeholders and ensure the observance of international protection and humanitarian law standards.

    Reporting

  • The Protection Coordinator reports to the Area Managers when in field sites and guided by the Head of Programmes.

    Qualifications

  • University or graduate degree in law, gender, or other relevant field;
  • Minimum of three years' work experience within the field of law or protection, particularly within the field of migrant/IDP/refugee protection;
  • Experience with International NGO’s, UN agencies, relevant ministries and/or local authorities in migrants/refugee settings in complex emergencies;
  • Excellent analytical and English writing skills;
  • Ability to work effectively and efficiently unsupervised;
  • Demonstrated ability to prioritize, meet deadlines and adapt in a complex and challenging environment;
  • Experience with capacity building, and in convening and facilitating trainings and workshops;
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and demonstrated ability to establish effective and working relations with staff members and other stakeholders;
  • Experience living and working in cross-cultural, multi-sector, insecure, and/or remote environments;
  • Proficiency in common computer packages and financial software i.e. Word, Excel, Powerpoint etc;
  • The selected candidate must adhere to all security precautions and contribute to the security of the team. He/she must be able to exercise a large degree of common sense and personal discipline; Parts of Ethiopia/Djibouti can be hazardous;

    Conditions

    Contract: 6 months’ contract (3 months probationary period), with possibility of extension. Other employment conditions in accordance with the Danish Refugee Council’s Terms of Employment for Global Expatriates recruited by the Horn of Africa and Yemen Regional Office. This position is rated as A14 on the DRC salary scale available at www.drc.dk.

    Availability: Immediate

    Duty Station: Dima/ Gambella Region, Ethiopia with extensive support and travel to other field locations in Ethiopia

    General Commitments: DRC has a Humanitarian Accountability Framework, outlining its global accountability commitments. All staff are required to contribute to the achievement of this framework.

    For general information about the Danish Refugee Council, please consult www.drc.dk.

    How to apply:

    Application and CV

    Interested candidates who meet the required qualifications and experience are invited to submit 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 form on www.drc.dk under Vacancies.

    Please forward the application and CV, in English through the online application on www.drc.dk under vacancies no later than 30 September 2016.

    If you have questions or are facing problems with the online application process, please contact job@drc.dk


    Develop Best Interests Assessment Tool And Guides, And Best Interest Determination Procedures For Children On The Move Program (CON/21/2016)

    Job from Save the Children Closing date: 28 Sep 2016

    Background

    Save the Children (SC) is the world’s leading independent organization for children. Our vision is a world in which every child attains the right to survival, protection, development and participation. With a mission of inspiring breakthroughs in the way the world treats children, and to achieve immediate and lasting change in their lives, Save the Children works both in development and humanitarian contexts.

    In Ethiopia, under the child protection program, Save the Children is responding to ensuring the wellbeing of children by prioritizing four areas of intervention: Appropriate care (including Children on the Move), Protection of children against violence, children and harmful work and child protection systems.

    Our “Children on the Move” program is operational at Amhara, Oromia, and SNNP Regions, and Addis Ababa city Administration. The major interventions are prevention and response along with capacity building of stakeholders.

    As part of systematizing the children on the move program, Save the Children has planned to adopt a mechanism that support effectiveness and ensure quality and accountability on the continuum of service provision including the search for quality alternative care or permanency of child care including family reunification of a migrant or trafficked child.

    As part of ensuring adequate services to children who involved in unsafe migration, and those trafficked, Save the Children and its partners are working on strengthening a comprehensive case management mechanism. With this respect, activities are being implemented to strengthen referral mechanism and other capacity building activities on case management.

    It is mandatory that an assessment is vital before taking actions that affect migrated and trafficked children; and it is an essential component of case management. Some organizations refer such assessment as need assessment, child protection assessment, intake assessment, best interest assessment, etc.

    The need assessment referred as Best Interest Assessment (BIA) for this consultancy work, should be conducted as soon as a child has been identified to be at risk and/or the moment the case worker identified a migrant or trafficked child. Any individual casework with migrant and trafficked children must be based on an assessment of protection needs with recommendations for interventions and referrals.

    This provides an opportunity that the child’s views and wishes are obtained. Partner organizations are moving forward in considering the views and needs of children before providing services to migrated and trafficked children through different kinds of assessment or interview.

    However, such an assessment of protection needs with recommendations for interventions and referral process needs to be strengthened and consistently applied. For instance, the application of a standard BIA tool throughout the continuum of services including care is lacking.

    The other important aspect of case management is Best interests determination (BID).BID describes the formal process with strict procedural safeguards designed to determine the child’s best interests for particularly important decisions that affect him or her.

    It needs to facilitate adequate child participation and involve decision-makers with relevant areas of expertise, who can identify and balance all relevant factors in order to assess the best option.

    BID provides a formal process with safeguards for making decisions which are likely to have a fundamental impact on the lives of children; it ensures that children’s views and opinions are given due weight according to their age, maturity and evolving capacities; it provides a more comprehensive assessment of children at risk that addresses the full spectrum of the child’s situation, needs, and vulnerabilities and considers both short- and longer-term impacts; it facilitates case management through the development of a care plan with better monitoring of children at risk; it facilitates better quality care for children at risk as it involves persons with different expertise in child protection.

    In addition to the prevention services, our children on the move program have response services like temporary care arrangements, family reunification and reintegrating children to the place where they migrated. Such response services require strong procedural safeguards that uphold the interests of the child.

    Currently, partners and stakeholders working on such response services have limitation which is, for instance, manifested while reunified children are being migrating back, being exposed to exploitation and others.

    To address such gaps in providing services as well as deciding on the care arrangement of a child, Save the Children wants to commission a competent consultant to strengthen the case management mechanism mainly the BIA and BID processes. The terms of reference, thus, prepared to outline the objective, scope and methodology to undertake the task.

    Purpose and Objectives

    Purpose-The purpose of the consultancy work is to strengthen the case management practice that is being evolving as a strong strategy to address the issues of internal unsafe child migration and child trafficking.

    This is mainly by developing and utilizing tools like BIA and BID procedures that leads for adequate, quality, and timely child protection services including ensuring accountability.

    Objectives

  • Develop Best Interest Assessment tool including a guide on how to use it
  • Develop a Best Interest Determination procedure/guide for stakeholders to use for the process of making decisions that fundamentally affects or influences internally migrant or trafficked child.
  • Scope of work- Below are highlights of the key tasks that are expected to be covered by the consultancy assignment.

    1.Review existing laws and policies including guidelines for alternative care arrangements for children on the move including custody issues and family reunification.

  • Review and analyze National and Regional laws, policies, guidelines and Procedures relating with alternative care arrangements and family reunification, and collate with international conventions and protocols which Ethiopia is part of.
  • Draw analysis on the strengths, limitations or gaps of the assessed laws, policies, guidelines and procedures with respect to the alternative care arrangement family reunify and others.
  • Identify the procedures to follow while doing an alternative care services (including safe home, temporary shelter, fostering, etc.) for children who are internally migrant or trafficked including the actors involved as well as their mandates.
  • Identify the procedures for family reunification including the actors involved as well as their mandates.

    2. Develop best interest assessment tool including a guide on how to use it

  • Review or assess existing best interest assessment or need assessment tools and procedures that partners and other stakeholders are usingIdentify the gaps including limitations and strengths in terms of content as well as when and how to use the tools
  • Develop or adapt best interest assessment tool based on the assessment outcome-This is a question items that are relevant to the context of internal un safe child migration and trafficking i.e. focusing on unsafe child migrants and survivors of child trafficking.
  • Develop a guide on how and when to use the tool-this is a guide that tells the case workers how to fill it, when to fill it, how to organize the responses (report),others

    3. Develop Best Interest Determination procedures

  • Provide background information on best interests of a child including its meaning relating with the various legal and policy frameworks, its Principles, purposes,
  • Review the best interest determination procedures and processes including actors who are involved in the BID for various services like for temporary care arrangements, family reunification and local reintegration
  • Review when BID is required and how it is applied including decision-making process
  • Assess how the BID process is functioning, if any.
  • Identify the gaps including limitations and strengths of existing BID procedures
  • Develop or adapt best interest determination procedures that includes the
  • Purpose/Objectives, Principle and its application, different scenarios to apply a BID e.g., alternative care arrangements, the BID procedure and the process to follow in making decision, how to get information including ways of verification, elements to consider to balance the decision, how to inform and involve the child, follow-up of the decision made, checklists on factors that determine a child’s “best interests”, BID report template, family reunification checklist to determine if a BID is required, others

    Methodology

    Save the Children suggests qualitative design to undertake the task. Strong analysis of documents (tools, research reports, policies, legal frameworks, procedures/guidelines, etc…) will be central to the task.

    The primary data source can be drawn from children, government and relevant NGO staffs at Addis Ababa and South Gondar Zone (Andabet, Dera and Estie Woredas) and key government stakeholders at Bahir Dar and Debre Tabor i.e. Women, Children and Youth Affairs will be consulted.

    Experts from relevant local and international non-governmental organizations will also be part of the key informant. Expert interview is also recommended with selected individuals from an academic institutes having relevant program-e.g., Social Work, Sociology, Child Protection, etc.

    Please note that the consultant should come up with detail and clear methodology including data sources and collection methods, data analysis, and ethical consideration as well as a clear approach for developing the tool kits. This should be highlighted based on the objectives and scope of work. A participatory approach should be followed to ensure the participation of all concerned stakeholders including children.

    Save the Children considers applications that clearly and specifically presented the choice of methods per the stated objectives and highlighted scope of work. Note that this consultancy assignment does not require significant number of days for the field work. The methods to be applied need to be cost efficient.

    Deliverables/expected outputs

    The consultancy work will be completed within 47 and half days out of which 28 and half days will be the actual consultancy days. The major deliverables are:

  • Review and Analysis report on the legal and policy framework as well as procedures,guidelines and existing mechanisms
  • Best Interest Assessment Tool including a guide on how to use it.
  • A document on Best Interest Determination procedure including annexes

    Roles and responsibilities and Responsibilities of the Consultant

  • Develop a comprehensive inception report with clear and detail methods/approaches
  • Receive training/orientation on the Save the Children’s Child Safeguarding Policy and Code of Conduct, and subsequently sign and adhere to it
  • Submit all identified source of information for the desk review work
  • Adhere to the agreed up on work plan.
  • Undertake field work
  • Draft and share report on the review/analysis of legal and policy frameworks, guidelines, procedures, etc. and incorporate feedback received from Save the Children to finalize the final report
  • Draft and share BIA tool and guides and incorporate feedback received from Save the Children to finalize the final report
  • Draft and share the BID procedures and incorporate feedback received from Save the Children to finalize the final report staring
  • Provide quality and professional services in managing, coordinating and supervising the whole process of the consultancy work (for instance, deploying qualified and experienced data collectors, providing adequate supervision and mentoring, adhering to ethical procedures, etc.)
  • Deploy teams who are evaluated and approved by SC during the technical proposal review. Any changes on the team composition need to be communicated with SC before commencing any of the activities

    Roles and Responsibilities of Save the Children

  • Facilitate orientation session on child safeguarding for both consultant and data collectors to comply with SCI’s child safeguarding policy and code of conduct
  • Organize a briefing session on the objectives and scope of the consultancy work
  • Provide the necessary reference documents for the consultant, e.g.UNHCR Guidelines on
  • Determining the Best Interests of the Child.
  • Best Interests Determination for Children on the Move: A toolkit for Decision-making (Save the Children UK South Africa Programme, 2010)
  • Study on Kinship child care for children unable to live with their parents in Ethiopia (SC, 2014).
  • Assessment of Practices on tracing and Case management ( SC, 2014)
  • Handbook for tracing and case management (SC,2014)
  • Provide comments/feedback on the comprehensive technical reports/inception report and approve the design and tool
  • Provide inputs and feedback throughout the development of the assignment.
  • Ensure that the comments/feedback given on the draft reports are fully incorporated
  • Facilitate payments for the consultant as per the agreed terms and conditions
  • Closely follow-up the consultancy work at the country office and field office levels
  • Write support letter to relevant government and non-governmental organizations as per the need

    Profile of the consultant

  • Minimum Masters Degree in Sociology, Social Work, Developmental
  • Psychology and Law from a recognized institution
  • A team that has a Legal background by qualification and experience is highly desirable.
  • Experience in social science research and specific experiences on developing assessment tools, standard operating procedures, guides/guidelines on the child protection field is mandatory
  • Experience on Case Management (including the process of identification, registration/documentation, tracing, verification, reunification and alternative care for migrant child or trafficked children)
  • Experience or familiarity on best interests assessment and best interest determination procedures
  • Expert knowledge and practical experience on children on the move within Ethiopia specifically in regions like Amhara, SNNPR and Oromia, and Addis Ababa city Administration.
  • Experience of coordinating diverse teams and communicating with individuals/groups at all levels.
  • Strong analytical, presentation and writing skills in English language proficiency in computer skills including developing professional layout
  • Technical Proposal Review Criteria- The technical proposal weighs 60 % and each criterion has its description as well as value as follows:

  • Understanding of the ToR (8)- This criterion will cover the consultant’s understanding and reflection on the terms of reference. It considers how deep the consultant understood the work including the scope? How such understanding is explained and linked with the subsequent criteria (e.g., with the approach/methodology, team composition, etc.). How consistent is the understanding of the ToR reflected in the various sections of the technical proposal?
  • Experience of the Consultant in related work (14)- This captures the experiences of the consultant in terms of having specific and hands-on experience on undertaking the development of assessment tools, guidelines, procedures like child protection standard operating procedures, manuals, experiences on children on the move programs, case management, alternative care arrangements, etc. Experience or familiarity on best interests assessment and best interest determination procedures is another element to be reviewed.
  • Professional team composition and qualifications (8)The consultancy assignment requires qualified team members who possess Minimum Masters Degree in Sociology, Social Work,
  • Developmental Psychology and Law from a recognized institution. A team that has a Legal background by qualification and experience is highly desirable. Thus, strong emphasis will be paid to a team compositions having Law background. The conusultant should propose a team having strong expertise on Child protection and Education. Qualification without proper experience and team composition will result rejection of the technical proposal or very low score.
  • Methodology (25)- The consultant should clearly describe his/her choice of approach for the various objectives and scope of works, and with good justification for the choice of methods or design. It is also advisable to include an outline of the work, e.g. the BID format. Generic presentation of the methodology section, e.g. proposing approaches without linking with the objectives and scope of work will result in very low scores. Hence, the technical proposal shall be reviewed with distinct and relevant approaches as per each of the objectives.
  • Time frame/Work plan (5)- The assumption is to come up with feasible and cost effective approach as per the time frame suggested in this ToR. The consultant is encouraged to follow on the proposed time frame though it is open for feedback.

    How to apply:

    Interested consultants who would like to apply for the consultancy work should submit:

    Expression of interest: a cover letter with a maximum of one page introducing the consultant with an expression of interest to carry out the work as described in this ToR.

    Technical proposal- This should include, but not limited to, understanding of the ToR with critical reflection on the consultancy assignment, methodology (with extremely strong emphasis, should be detailed with clear presentation), tentative work plan, proposed team qualification and experience, others.

    SCI pays due attention on the choices of the method relating it with the objectives and scope of work. Hence, it is highly recommended that the consultant should highlight the specific methods per objectives and scope of work. Generic presentation of the methods will result rejection or low score.

    Financial Proposal: This includes the total financial requirement to carry out the consultancy work including the detail break down of costs for each activity to be accomplished. The financial proposal should be submitted in a separate envelop from the technical proposal.

    Applications with non-returnable copies of CV, testimonials and at least one sample of previous work (electronic format) related to this assignment together with the Expression of Interest, Technical Proposal and Financial Proposal should be submitted via the following email address ethiopia.recruitment@savethechildren.org (When sending through the email be sure to put the Consultancy vacancy number on the subject) OR through physical address: Save the Children International; Dire Complex Building; Old Airport Around Bisrate Gebriel Church on or before September 28, 2016

    Only proposals from Individual Consultants are accepted

    Save the Children reserves the right to choose any one of those applying or reject all bids received

    In the selection of its staff, Save the Children is committed to gender balance and diversity

    without distinction as to race, sex or religion, and without discrimination of persons with disabilities.


    National Project Coordinator (NOB) /Ethiopian Nationals Only/

    Job from International Labour Organization Closing date: 10 Oct 2016 The ILO CO-Addis Ababa, is seeking to recruit a highly motivated and qualified candidate for the following position for a period of one year (with possibility of extension).

    Vacancy Announcement no. CO-AA-06-2016

    National Project Coordinator (NOB)

    Project on "Addressing the Root Causes of Migration in Ethiopia"

    Background of the Project

    The ILO Country Office for Ethiopia, Djibouti, Somalia, Sudan and South Sudan, and for the Special Representative to the AU and the ECA, based in Addis Ababa, implements its programmes and activities in close partnership with the Government of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia, in particular with its technical line, the Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs (MOLSA), the employers’ and workers’ organizations.

    The implementation of its activities and programmes are in support of the Decent Work Country Programme (DWCP), agreed by the tripartite partners. DWCP is fully aligned with the Country’s development goals, articulated in its five-year Growth and Transformation Plan and the United Nations Development Assistance Framework (UNDAF) of Ethiopia.

    The Government of Ethiopia (GoE) and international organizations including the ILO have expressed their concern about the increasing incidence of irregular migration, which is often associated with violence and inhuman treatment.

    They have underscored the importance of addressing the root causes of migration in general and irregular migration in particular. In this regard, among other things lack of decent livelihood and employment opportunities is identified as one of the main driving forces for migration in Ethiopia both by the government and stakeholders a like.

    To this effect, the ILO, together with UNIDO and other key partners in Government and non-state actors, will implement a four-year technical cooperation project funded by the Italian Agency for Development Cooperation under the EU trust fund entitled, “Addressing the Root Causes of Migration in Ethiopia”.

    The project aims contributing to the reduction of irregular migration through creating decent livelihood and employment opportunities for the youth through increasing the knowledge base on the root causes of migration, and its nexus with, the lack of decent livelihood and employment opportunities for potential migrants in the most migration prone areas of the country.

    This comprehensive analysis will inform the design, implementation, monitoring, and evaluation of subsequent projects that will be funded by the Stemming Irregular Migration in Northern & Central Ethiopia (SINCE) programme.

    This project is part of a broader programme titled “Stemming Irregular Migration In Northern & Central Ethiopia – SINCE” with the overall objective to contribute to reducing irregular migration from Northern and Central Ethiopia by improving the living conditions of the most vulnerable population, including potential migrants and returnees with specific focus on youth and women.

    The specific objective is to create greater economic and employment opportunities: by establishing inclusive economic programmes that create employment opportunities, especially for young people and women with a focus on rural towns and urban areas, particularly Addis Ababa, in the most migration-prone regions (Amhara, Tigray, Oromia, SNNPR) of Ethiopia, including vocational training, creation of micro and small enterprises and start-up of small livelihood activities.

    It will also provide support for returnees after their return to their places of origin. SINCE is based on the first objective within the EU Trust Fund, namely to create greater economic and employment opportunities, especially for young people and women, with a focus on vocational trainings and the creation of micro and small enterprises.

    The ILO Country Office requires the services of a National Project Coordinator to help in the implementation of the above project.

    Description of Duties

    The National Project Coordinator (NPC) will be responsible for coordinating the project in Ethiopia. Under the overall supervision of the Director of the ILO Country Office in Addis Ababa, and direct administrative and technical supervision (day-to-day) of the Chief Technical Advisor (CTA), the NPC will undertake the following duties:

    Project management:

    Ensure effective coordination and planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of the project activities, in conformity with ILO policies and project implementation plan, and in accordance with ILO programming guidelines and country/action programs, and administrative and financial procedures.

    Ensure effective implementation of the project through timely provision of technical inputs, effective backstopping, timely and efficient delivery of outputs, and monitoring and evaluation of the project activities.

    Analyse data required for planning and negotiation of project activities, considering different approaches and alternative methods for activity design, management, problem identification and problem resolution.

    Manage project funds; prepare budget estimates and expenditure forecasts by analysing and monitoring resource requirements and expenditure patterns, and making recommendations to management for remedial action as necessary.

    Identify training needs and organize training workshops and meetings for the target group and the tripartite partners.

    Organize seminars, workshops, training sessions and meetings

    Advocacy, networking and partnership:

  • Collaborate with the project partners, target groups and donors for planning and implementation of programme activities.
  • Liaise with project partners to increase the project's visibility and facilitate the scaling-up of the project's interventions.
  • Ensure a more effective coordination with a range of relevant national policies and the strategies of various projects, including those being undertaken by other agencies or in complementary fields of activity.
  • Liaise with relevant departments at executing agencies, government offices, constituents, the Donor, ILO headquarters and regional office, and other organizations to ensure the smooth implementation of activities, meet targets and solve problems.

    Reporting and Knowledge management:

  • Develop and review project information materials.
  • Prepare periodic and ad hoc reports on the status of project planning and implementation, and establish coordination with concerned ILO departments and programs.
  • Ensure the development of information systems covering technical activities covered by the project.
  • Any other duties requested by the responsible chief.

    Qualifications And Experience

  • Education – First Level University Degree in a relevant field. Advanced University Degree in Social Sciences or Development Studies will be considered as an advantage.
  • Experience – A minimum of two years’ experience in the field related to Migration and Economic empowerment.
  • Languages – Excellent command of English and Amharic.

    Required competencies

    § Good knowledge of programming and budgeting, project formulation, administration and evaluation techniques and practices with specific skills in the area of migration and empowerment.

    § Good knowledge of the role and operations of UN system activities for development. Ability to perform a variety of conceptual analyses required for the formulation, administration and evaluation of projects.

    § In-depth understanding of the Labour and Human rights based approaches and how they apply to returnee’s and migration issues.

    § Excellent drafting skills and the ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing in English.

    § Excellent analytical skills. Ability to justify requirements and approaches to problem resolution, and ability to negotiate. Good organizational skills. Ability to work on own initiative as well as a team leader. Ability to deal with people with tact and diplomacy. Ability to supervise staff. Excellent IT skills.

    Duty Station And Remuneration

    The position will be based in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. The ILO offers a competitive remuneration package in accordance with the United Nations common system of salaries, allowances and benefits.

    How to apply:

    Applications and CV must be submitted to the following address quoting job title and Vacancy Number indicated at the top of this announcement. Photocopies of certificates must be enclosed.

    Human Resources Unit

    CO-Addis Ababa

    International Labour Organization

    PO Box 2532

    Addis Ababa


    Senior Finance and Administrative Assistant (G-6) (Ethiopian Nationals only)

    Job from International Labour Organization Closing date: 10 Oct 2016

    The ILO CO-Addis Ababa, is seeking to recruit a highly motivated and qualified candidate for the following position for a period of one year (with possibility of extension).

    Vacancy Announcement no. (CO-AA-07-2016)

    Senior Finance and Administrative Assistant (G-6)

    Project on "Addressing the Root Causes of Migration in Ethiopia"

    Background of the Project

    The ILO Country Office for Ethiopia, Djibouti, Somalia, Sudan and South Sudan, and for the Special Representative to the AU and the ECA, based in Addis Ababa, implements its programmes and activities in close partnership with the Government of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia, in particular with its technical line, the Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs (MOLSA), the employers’ and workers’ organizations.

    The implementation of its activities and programmes are in support of the Decent Work Country Programme (DWCP), agreed by the tripartite partners. DWCP is fully aligned with the Country’s development goals, articulated in its five-year Growth and Transformation Plan and the United Nations Development Assistance Framework (UNDAF) of Ethiopia.

    The Government of Ethiopia (GoE) and international organizations including the ILO have expressed their concern about the increasing incidence of irregular migration, which is often associated with violence and inhuman treatment.

    They have underscored the importance of addressing the root causes of migration in general and irregular migration in particular. In this regard, among other things lack of decent livelihood and employment opportunities is identified as one of the main driving forces for migration in Ethiopia both by the government and stakeholders a like.

    To this effect, the ILO, together with UNIDO and other key partners in Government and non-state actors, will implement a four-year technical cooperation project funded by the Italian Agency for Development Cooperation under the EU trust fund entitled, “Addressing the Root Causes of Migration in Ethiopia”.

    The project aims at contributing to the reduction of irregular migration through creating decent livelihood and employment opportunities for the youth through increasing the knowledge base on the root causes of migration, and its nexus with, the lack of decent livelihood and employment opportunities for potential migrants in the most migration prone areas of the country.

    This comprehensive analysis will inform the design, implementation, monitoring, and evaluation of subsequent projects that will be funded by the Stemming Irregular Migration in Northern & Central Ethiopia (SINCE) programme.

    This project is part of a broader programme titled “Stemming Irregular Migration In Northern & Central Ethiopia – SINCE” with the overall objective to contribute to reducing irregular migration from Northern and Central Ethiopia by improving the living conditions of the most vulnerable population, including potential migrants and returnees with specific focus on youth and women.

    The specific objective is to create greater economic and employment opportunities: by establishing inclusive economic programmes that create employment opportunities, especially for young people and women with a focus on rural towns and urban areas, particularly Addis Ababa, in the most migration-prone regions (Amhara, Tigray, Oromia, SNNPR) of Ethiopia, including vocational training, creation of micro and small enterprises and start-up of small livelihood activities.

    It will also provide support for returnees after their return to their places of origin. SINCE is based on the first objective within the EU Trust Fund, namely to create greater economic and employment opportunities, especially for young people and women, with a focus on vocational trainings and the creation of micro and small enterprises.

    The ILO Country Office requires the services of a Senior Finance and Administrative Assistant to help in the implementation of the above project.

    Description of Duties

    General Duties

    The Senior Finance and Administrative Assistant (SFAA) will be responsible for overall financial support, supervision of project financial activities, as well as overall financial reporting. In addition, the SFAA will be responsible for overall administrative activities of the project.

    The SFAA works under the overall guidance and technical supervision of the Chief Technical Advisor (CTA) for the project in Addis Ababa and in collaboration with the Finance Unit of CO-Addis Ababa and the ILO Regional Office for Africa.

    Specific Duties

  • Establish a financial management system for the project based on the financial policy of the International Labour Organization;
  • Maintain financial documents for the project in orderly manner,
  • Compile, monitor and revise yearly specific budgets for the project with the supervision of the CTA;
  • Produce financial reports that show the details of project expenditures against budgets on a quarterly basis for purposes of monitoring and proper planning;
  • Regularly monitor project delivery and produce relevant reports, and prepare clear, user-friendly spread sheets, reports and/or other supporting documentation.
  • Check and record financial transactions from multiple project budget lines for accuracy;
  • Check and record external and internal payment authorizations;
  • Organize data and information, and prepare and maintain records, documents and control systems for the monitoring and evaluation of the project;
  • Assist in issuing of external collaboration contracts and service contracts;
  • Advise the CTA in all aspects of accounts and financial control procedures in order to ensure strict compliance with ILO financial rules and regulations, as per guidance from the
  • Financial Department of the ILO Regional Office for Africa;
  • Make the CTA aware of any financial/funding problems that may impact on the programme reaching its objectives;
  • Meet financial requests in a timely manner allowing for processing times;
  • Assist in providing responses in respect of accounting and audit queries that may be raised by the Donors, the verification unit of the Africa Regional Office and ILO HQ, related to accounting and/or financial transactions of the programme;
  • Organize workshops, trainings and meetings;
  • In line with ILO Procurement Rules, Requisition office supplies and equipment locally and abroad, and arrange for control of distribution and maintenance of inventory records;
  • Make travel arrangements, hotel reservations and prepare travel authorization forms;
  • According to ILO's rules, ensure discharge of financial responsibilities for the projects contractual obligations to third parties;
  • Provide full secretarial, administrative and financial support for the project; and
  • Perform other financial or administrative duties as assigned by the supervisor.

    Qualifications And Experience

  • Education: Completion of secondary school education, plus formal training in accounting and/or Finance from a recognized institution. A University Degree in Finance and Accounting would be considered as an advantage.
  • Experience: Six years of progressively responsible experience in Finance and Administration.
  • Languages: Excellent command of English and Amharic.

    Required Competencies:

    · Demonstrated extensive knowledge in appropriate software such as accounting software, MS including Excel and Word processing.

    · Extensive knowledge of financial rules regulation and accounting principles.

    · Extensive knowledge of standard administrative procedures.

    · Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing.

    · Good organizational skills.

    · Ability to create and maintain electronic and paper filing systems.

    · Ability to produce clear financial reports.

    · Demonstrated analytical skills, high standards of ethical conduct including confidentiality, accuracy and attention to details.

    · Ability to work on own initiative as well as a member of a team.

    Duty Station And Remuneration

    The position will be based in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. The ILO offers a competitive remuneration package in accordance with the United Nations common system of salaries, allowances and benefits.

    How to apply:

    Human Resources Unit

    CO-Addis Ababa

    International Labour Organization

    PO Box 2532

    Addis Ababa


    Develop Best Interests Assessment Tool And Guides, And Best Interest Determination Procedures For Children On The Move Program in Ethiopia (CON/21/2016)

    Background

    Save the Children (SC) is the world’s leading independent organization for children. Our vision is a world in which every child attains the right to survival, protection, development and participation.

    With a mission of inspiring breakthroughs in the way the world treats children, and to achieve immediate and lasting change in their lives, Save the Children works both in development and humanitarian contexts.

    In Ethiopia, under the child protection program, Save the Children is responding to ensuring the wellbeing of children by prioritizing four areas of intervention: Appropriate care (including Children on the Move), Protection of children against violence, children and harmful work and child protection systems.

    Our “Children on the Move” program is operational at Amhara, Oromia, and SNNP Regions, and Addis Ababa city Administration. The major interventions are prevention and response along with capacity building of stakeholders.

    As part of systematizing the children on the move program, Save the Children has planned to adopt a mechanism that support effectiveness and ensure quality and accountability on the continuum of service provision including the search for quality alternative care or permanency of child care including family reunification of a migrant or trafficked child.

    As part of ensuring adequate services to children who involved in unsafe migration, and those trafficked, Save the Children and its partners are working on strengthening a comprehensive case management mechanism. With this respect, activities are being implemented to strengthen referral mechanism and other capacity building activities on case management.

    It is mandatory that an assessment is vital before taking actions that affect migrated and trafficked children; and it is an essential component of case management.

    Some organizations refer such assessment as need assessment, child protection assessment, intake assessment, best interest assessment, etc.

    The need assessment referred as Best Interest Assessment (BIA) for this consultancy work, should be conducted as soon as a child has been identified to be at risk and/or the moment the case worker identified a migrant or trafficked child.

    Any individual casework with migrant and trafficked children must be based on an assessment of protection needs with recommendations for interventions and referrals.

    This provides an opportunity that the child’s views and wishes are obtained. Partner organizations are moving forward in considering the views and needs of children before providing services to migrated and trafficked children through different kinds of assessment or interview.

    However, such an assessment of protection needs with recommendations for interventions and referral process needs to be strengthened and consistently applied.

    For instance, the application of a standard BIA tool throughout the continuum of services including care is lacking.

    The other important aspect of case management is Best interests determination (BID).BID describes the formal process with strict procedural safeguards designed to determine the child’s best interests for particularly important decisions that affect him or her.

    It needs to facilitate adequate child participation and involve decision-makers with relevant areas of expertise, who can identify and balance all relevant factors in order to assess the best option.

    BID provides a formal process with safeguards for making decisions which are likely to have a fundamental impact on the lives of children; it ensures that children’s views and opinions are given due weight according to their age, maturity and evolving capacities;

    it provides a more comprehensive assessment of children at risk that addresses the full spectrum of the child’s situation, needs, and vulnerabilities and considers both short- and longer-term impacts;

    it facilitates case management through the development of a care plan with better monitoring of children at risk;

    it facilitates better quality care for children at risk as it involves persons with different expertise in child protection.

    In addition to the prevention services, our children on the move program have response services like temporary care arrangements, family reunification and reintegrating children to the place where they migrated. Such response services require strong procedural safeguards that uphold the interests of the child.

    Currently, partners and stakeholders working on such response services have limitation which is, for instance, manifested while reunified children are being migrating back, being exposed to exploitation and others.

    To address such gaps in providing services as well as deciding on the care arrangement of a child, Save the Children wants to commission a competent consultant to strengthen the case management mechanism mainly the BIA and BID processes.

    The terms of reference, thus, prepared to outline the objective, scope and methodology to undertake the task.

    Purpose and Objectives

    Purpose-The purpose of the consultancy work is to strengthen the case management practice that is being evolving as a strong strategy to address the issues of internal unsafe child migration and child trafficking.

    This is mainly by developing and utilizing tools like BIA and BID procedures that leads for adequate, quality, and timely child protection services including ensuring accountability.

    Objectives

    Develop Best Interest Assessment tool including a guide on how to use it Develop a Best Interest Determination procedure/guide for stakeholders to use for the process of making decisions that fundamentally affects or influences internally migrant or trafficked child.

    Scope of work- Below are highlights of the key tasks that are expected to be covered by the consultancy assignment.

    1.Review existing laws and policies including guidelines for alternative care arrangements for children on the move including custody issues and family reunification.

  • Review and analyze National and Regional laws, policies, guidelines and Procedures relating with alternative care arrangements and family reunification, and collate with international conventions and protocols which Ethiopia is part of.
  • Draw analysis on the strengths, limitations or gaps of the assessed laws, policies, guidelines and procedures with respect to the alternative care arrangement family reunify and others.
  • Identify the procedures to follow while doing an alternative care services (including safe home, temporary shelter, fostering, etc.) for children who are internally migrant or trafficked including the actors involved as well as their mandates.
  • Identify the procedures for family reunification including the actors involved as well as their mandates.

    2. Develop best interest assessment tool including a guide on how to use it

  • Review or assess existing best interest assessment or need assessment tools and procedures that partners and other stakeholders are usingIdentify the gaps including limitations and strengths in terms of content as well as when and how to use the tools
  • Develop or adapt best interest assessment tool based on the assessment outcome-This is a question items that are relevant to the context of internal un safe child migration and trafficking i.e. focusing on unsafe child migrants and survivors of child trafficking.
  • Develop a guide on how and when to use the tool-this is a guide that tells the case workers how to fill it, when to fill it, how to organize the responses (report),others

    3. Develop Best Interest Determination procedures

  • Provide background information on best interests of a child including its meaning relating with the various legal and policy frameworks, its Principles, purposes,
  • Review the best interest determination procedures and processes including actors who are involved in the BID for various services like for temporary care arrangements, family reunification and local reintegration
  • Review when BID is required and how it is applied including decision-making process
  • Assess how the BID process is functioning, if any.
  • Identify the gaps including limitations and strengths of existing BID procedures
  • Develop or adapt best interest determination procedures that includes the Purpose/Objectives, Principle and its application, different scenarios to apply a BID e.g., alternative care arrangements, the BID procedure and the process to follow in making decision, how to get information including ways of verification, elements to consider to balance the decision, how to inform and involve the child, follow-up of the decision made, checklists on factors that determine a child’s “best interests”, BID report template, family reunification checklist to determine if a BID is required, others

    Methodology

    Save the Children suggests qualitative design to undertake the task. Strong analysis of documents (tools, research reports, policies, legal frameworks, procedures/guidelines, etc…) will be central to the task.

    The primary data source can be drawn from children, government and relevant NGO staffs at Addis Ababa and South Gondar Zone (Andabet, Dera and Estie Woredas) and key government stakeholders at Bahir Dar and Debre Tabor i.e.

    Women, Children and Youth Affairs will be consulted. Experts from relevant local and international non-governmental organizations will also be part of the key informant.

    Expert interview is also recommended with selected individuals from an academic institutes having relevant program-e.g., Social Work, Sociology, Child Protection, etc.

    Please note that the consultant should come up with detail and clear methodology including data sources and collection methods, data analysis, and ethical consideration as well as a clear approach for developing the tool kits.

    This should be highlighted based on the objectives and scope of work. A participatory approach should be followed to ensure the participation of all concerned stakeholders including children.

    Save the Children considers applications that clearly and specifically presented the choice of methods per the stated objectives and highlighted scope of work.

    Note that this consultancy assignment does not require significant number of days for the field work. The methods to be applied need to be cost efficient.

    Deliverables/expected outputs

    The consultancy work will be completed within 47 and half days out of which 28 and half days will be the actual consultancy days. The major deliverables are:

  • Review and Analysis report on the legal and policy framework as well as procedures,guidelines and existing mechanisms
  • Best Interest Assessment Tool including a guide on how to use it.
  • A document on Best Interest Determination procedure including annexes

    Roles and responsibilities and Responsibilities of the Consultant

  • Develop a comprehensive inception report with clear and detail methods/approaches
  • Receive training/orientation on the Save the Children’s Child Safeguarding Policy and Code of Conduct, and subsequently sign and adhere to it
  • Submit all identified source of information for the desk review work
  • Adhere to the agreed up on work plan.
  • Undertake field work
  • Draft and share report on the review/analysis of legal and policy frameworks, guidelines, procedures, etc. and incorporate feedback received from Save the Children to finalize the final report
  • Draft and share BIA tool and guides and incorporate feedback received from Save the Children to finalize the final report
  • Draft and share the BID procedures and incorporate feedback received from Save the Children to finalize the final report staring
  • Provide quality and professional services in managing, coordinating and supervising the whole process of the consultancy work (for instance, deploying qualified and experienced data collectors, providing adequate supervision and mentoring, adhering to ethical procedures, etc.)
  • Deploy teams who are evaluated and approved by SC during the technical proposal review. Any changes on the team composition need to be communicated with SC before commencing any of the activities

    Roles and Responsibilities of Save the Children

  • Facilitate orientation session on child safeguarding for both consultant and data collectors to comply with SCI’s child safeguarding policy and code of conduct
  • Organize a briefing session on the objectives and scope of the consultancy work
  • Provide the necessary reference documents for the consultant, e.g.UNHCR Guidelines on Determining the Best Interests of the Child.
  • Best Interests Determination for Children on the Move: A toolkit for Decision-making (Save the Children UK South Africa Programme, 2010) Study on Kinship child care for children unable to live with their parents in Ethiopia (SC, 2014).
  • Assessment of Practices on tracing and Case management ( SC, 2014)
  • Handbook for tracing and case management (SC,2014)
  • Provide comments/feedback on the comprehensive technical reports/inception report and approve the design and tool
  • Provide inputs and feedback throughout the development of the assignment.
  • Ensure that the comments/feedback given on the draft reports are fully incorporated
  • Facilitate payments for the consultant as per the agreed terms and conditions
  • Closely follow-up the consultancy work at the country office and field office levels
  • Write support letter to relevant government and non-governmental organizations as per the need

    Profile of the consultant

  • Minimum Masters Degree in Sociology, Social Work, Developmental
  • Psychology and Law from a recognized institution
  • A team that has a Legal background by qualification and experience is highly desirable.
  • Experience in social science research and specific experiences on developing assessment tools, standard operating procedures, guides/guidelines on the child protection field is mandatory
  • Experience on Case Management (including the process of identification, registration/documentation, tracing, verification, reunification and alternative care for migrant child or trafficked children)
  • Experience or familiarity on best interests assessment and best interest determination procedures
  • Expert knowledge and practical experience on children on the move within Ethiopia specifically in regions like Amhara, SNNPR and Oromia, and Addis Ababa city Administration.
  • Experience of coordinating diverse teams and communicating with individuals/groups at all levels.
  • Strong analytical, presentation and writing skills in English language proficiency in computer skills including developing professional layout
  • Technical Proposal Review Criteria- The technical proposal weighs 60 % and each criterion has its description as well as value as follows:

    Understanding of the ToR (8)- This criterion will cover the consultant’s understanding and reflection on the terms of reference. It considers how deep the consultant understood the work including the scope? How such understanding is explained and linked with the subsequent criteria (e.g., with the approach/methodology, team composition, etc.). How consistent is the understanding of the ToR reflected in the various sections of the technical proposal?

    Experience of the Consultant in related work (14)- This captures the experiences of the consultant in terms of having specific and hands-on experience on undertaking the development of assessment tools, guidelines, procedures like child protection standard operating procedures, manuals, experiences on children on the move programs, case management, alternative care arrangements, etc. Experience or familiarity on best interests assessment and best interest determination procedures is another element to be reviewed.

    Professional team composition and qualifications (8)The consultancy assignment requires qualified team members who possess Minimum Masters Degree in Sociology, Social Work, Developmental Psychology and Law from a recognized institution. A team that has a Legal background by qualification and experience is highly desirable. Thus, strong emphasis will be paid to a team compositions having Law background. The conusultant should propose a team having strong expertise on Child protection and Education. Qualification without proper experience and team composition will result rejection of the technical proposal or very low score.

    Methodology (25)- The consultant should clearly describe his/her choice of approach for the various objectives and scope of works, and with good justification for the choice of methods or design. It is also advisable to include an outline of the work, e.g. the BID format. Generic presentation of the methodology section, e.g. proposing approaches without linking with the objectives and scope of work will result in very low scores. Hence, the technical proposal shall be reviewed with distinct and relevant approaches as per each of the objectives.

    Time frame/Work plan (5)- The assumption is to come up with feasible and cost effective approach as per the time frame suggested in this ToR. The consultant is encouraged to follow on the proposed time frame though it is open for feedback.

    How to apply:

    Interested consultants who would like to apply for the consultancy work should submit:

    Expression of interest: a cover letter with a maximum of one page introducing the consultant with an expression of interest to carry out the work as described in this ToR.

    Technical proposal- This should include, but not limited to, understanding of the ToR with critical reflection on the consultancy assignment, methodology (with extremely strong emphasis, should be detailed with clear presentation), tentative work plan, proposed team qualification and experience, others. SCI pays due attention on the choices of the method relating it with the objectives and scope of work. Hence, it is highly recommended that the consultant should highlight the specific methods per objectives and scope of work. Generic presentation of the methods will result rejection or low score.

    Financial Proposal: This includes the total financial requirement to carry out the consultancy work including the detail break down of costs for each activity to be accomplished. The financial proposal should be submitted in a separate envelop from the technical proposal.

    Applications with non-returnable copies of CV, testimonials and at least one sample of previous work (electronic format) related to this assignment together with the Expression of Interest, Technical Proposal and Financial Proposal should be submitted via the following email address ethiopia.recruitment@savethechildren.org (When sending through the email be sure to put the Consultancy vacancy number on the subject) OR through physical address: Save the Children International; Dire Complex Building; Old Airport Around Bisrate Gebriel Church on or before September 28, 2016

    Only proposals from Individual Consultants are accepted

    Save the Children reserves the right to choose any one of those applying or reject all bids received

    In the selection of its staff, Save the Children is committed to gender balance and diversity

    without distinction as to race, sex or religion, and without discrimination of persons with disabilities.


    Danish Refugee Council Protection Coordinator Job in Gambella, Ethiopia

    Background

    The Danish Refugee Council (DRC) has been providing relief and development services in the Horn of Africa since 1997.

    Using a protection of human rights framework, DRC has mainly focused on Somalis who are displaced by conflict but this has now broadened to include South Sudanese displaced in Ethiopia, Ethiopians, Somalis and Yemenis in Djibouti.

    Programmes include protection, livelihoods, NFI distribution, shelter, WASH, migration and advocacy amongst others. DRC Ethiopia supports field offices in several locations: three in Djibouti (Djibouti Ville, Ali Sabieh and Obock) and five in Ethiopia (Dolo Ado, Jijiga, Shire, Gambella town and Dimma).

    DRC’s operation in Gambella regional state currently makes up the largest portion of the Ethiopia/Djibouti program’s activities in both programmatic and monetary terms.

    DRC’s work in Gambella is focused on responding to the mass refugee influx from South Sudan. Ethiopia is the largest recipient of South Sudanese refugees, which now numbers over 260,000 persons in Gambella, a significant majority of which are women and children.

    With sporadic outbursts of violence and a very fragile peace process in South Sudan, there is a large need to look beyond immediate emergency response in Ethiopia, and supplement relief with longer-term programming around livelihoods and protection.

    In Gambella, DRC has been one of the lead implementers in comprehensive WASH and shelter assistance to refugees, and it has also been a key responder in various interventions in combating sexual and gender-based violence (SGBV) and ensuring child protection in the region. DRC implements projects in five refugee camps in the Gambella region.

    Job overview

    The Protection Coordinator will lead DRC’s protection programming in the Gambella region of Ethiopia. They will provide technical oversight and support a consistent integration of a rights-based approach into all DRC’s program activities across the country.

    The Protection Coordinator will be line managed by the Area Managers when in field sites and guided by the Head of Programmes.

    Key responsibilities

    Technical Oversight and Management of Protection Programming

  • Design and manage DRC’s SGBV, child protection, and other protection interventions as per international best practice standards;
  • Conduct rapid needs and assessments to inform program design and strategic direction as well as identify risks and vulnerabilities, including those related to gender, age and disability;
  • Develop concrete initiatives to reduce protection risks and design specific strategies to build upon assets within the population;
  • Assess protection needs and identify problems/gaps and propose/prioritize timely practical actions to respond to particular protection problems; and
  • Oversee the management of child-friendly spaces, women-friendly spaces, and youth centres as per appropriate standards.

    Monitoring, Reporting, and Development

  • Develop protection-focused program monitoring tools;
  • Undertake quality control and site monitoring to ensure that services provided are according to international best practice standards;
  • Conduct program monitoring as per expected outputs and outcomes;
  • Monitor financial spending and budgets for all protection projects;
  • Write donor and management reports on protection projects;
  • Ensure that the design and implementation of protection activities address protection needs of refugees and other vulnerable populations within DRC’s mandate, and contribute to the relevant durable solutions;
  • Ensure that quality assurance systems are developed and applied, with particular reference to the HAP Standard and Age Gender and Disability throughout the program;
  • Explore new business and partnerships and work closely with Head of Programmes, Area Manager and the Grants unit to develop quality proposals, concept notes, and budgets; and
  • Contribute to protection mainstreaming in all DRC field offices.

    Team management:

  • Directly supervise protection team leaders;
  • Conduct recruitment of protection staff as needed;
  • Set clear objectives for protection team and do timely performance evaluations; and
  • Develop staff capacities on the rights-based approaches, participatory protection assessments and monitoring, migration monitoring, and inclusion of vulnerable groups though training, mentoring and coaching.

    Coordination and Representation:

  • Share relevant project information with stakeholders (UNHCR, Agency for Refugees and Returnees Affairs (ARRA), etc.)
  • Participate in general protection coordination meetings as well as SGBV and child protection working groups;
  • Coordinate with ARRA, UNHCR, UNICEF, protection NGOs, and other key stakeholders on the provision of protection services for refugees and relevant contingency planning;
  • Participate in Refugee Task Force meetings as needed;
  • Ensure internal coordination and harmonization of DRC protection-related activities with DRC’s Ethiopia/Djibouti and regional protection programs;
  • Work closely with other agencies to implement common protection standards and develop common strategies and responses, notably through supporting and participating to protection working groups; and
  • Promote improved understanding of protection issues among all relevant stakeholders and ensure the observance of international protection and humanitarian law standards.

    Reporting

  • The Protection Coordinator reports to the Area Managers when in field sites and guided by the Head of Programmes.

    Qualifications

  • University or graduate degree in law, gender, or other relevant field;
  • Minimum of three years' work experience within the field of law or protection, particularly within the field of migrant/IDP/refugee protection;
  • Experience with International NGO’s, UN agencies, relevant ministries and/or local authorities in migrants/refugee settings in complex emergencies;
  • Excellent analytical and English writing skills;
  • Ability to work effectively and efficiently unsupervised;
  • Demonstrated ability to prioritize, meet deadlines and adapt in a complex and challenging environment;
  • Experience with capacity building, and in convening and facilitating trainings and workshops;
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and demonstrated ability to establish effective and working relations with staff members and other stakeholders;
  • Experience living and working in cross-cultural, multi-sector, insecure, and/or remote environments;
  • Proficiency in common computer packages and financial software i.e. Word, Excel, Powerpoint etc;

    The selected candidate must adhere to all security precautions and contribute to the security of the team.

    He/she must be able to exercise a large degree of common sense and personal discipline; Parts of Ethiopia/Djibouti can be hazardous;

    Conditions

    Contract: 6 months’ contract (3 months probationary period), with possibility of extension.

    Other employment conditions in accordance with the Danish Refugee Council’s Terms of Employment for Global Expatriates recruited by the Horn of Africa and Yemen Regional Office. This position is rated as A14 on the DRC salary scale available at www.drc.dk.

    Availability: Immediate

    Duty Station: Dima/ Gambella Region, Ethiopia with extensive support and travel to other field locations in Ethiopia

    General Commitments: DRC has a Humanitarian Accountability Framework, outlining its global accountability commitments. All staff are required to contribute to the achievement of this framework.

    For general information about the Danish Refugee Council, please consult www.drc.dk.

    How to apply:

    Application and CV

    Interested candidates who meet the required qualifications and experience are invited to submit 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 form on www.drc.dk under Vacancies.

    Please forward the application and CV, in English through the online application on www.drc.dk under vacancies no later than 30th September 2016.

    If you have questions or are facing problems with the online application process, please contact job@drc.dk


    Center for Victims of Torture Psychotherapist/Trainer Job in Shire, Ethiopia

    The Center for Victims of Torture is seeking a Psychotherapist/Trainer to work in a refugee camp program with Eritrean refugees who have suffered torture and war trauma.

    The position will oversee psychological interventions, including group and individual therapy with adults and children; provide training and supervision to a team of national staff counselors and local refugee psychosocial counselors; and liaise with other NGOs and local organizations.

    The position has a one-year renewable agreement. This is an unaccompanied post. The position will begin immediately.

    Duration: 1 year employment agreement with the possibility of renewal

    Start date: October 1, 2016

    Reports to: Clinical Advisor for Mental Health

    Post status: Unaccompanied

    Organization:

    The Center for Victims of Torture works toward a future in which torture ceases to exist and its victims have hope for a new life. We are an international nonprofit dedicated to healing survivors of torture.

    We provide direct care for those who have been tortured, train partners around the world who can prevent and treat torture, and advocate for human rights and an end to torture. We are headquartered in Minnesota with offices in Africa and the Middle East.

    Responsibilities:

  • Psychotherapy Oversight: Oversee and coordinate mental health assessments and individual and group psychotherapy provided by counselors.
  • Clinical Supervision and Training: Design and carry out training programs for staff counselors – including ongoing training, mentoring, modeling and clinical supervision. Continually assess development of counselors and adapt training to meet their needs.
  • Staff Management: Build and maintain a strong and cohesive team of counselors. Coordinate workflow, resources and priorities and facilitate communication across the team. Hire, coach, mentor and develop staff members.
  • Program Development: Work as part of the country team to achieve program objectives. Manage day-to-day operations of the program to ensure activities run smoothly and in parallel across 2 camps. Adjust or develop new program activities in accordance with client population needs. Participate in regular meetings with lead program staff.
  • Community Assessment: Mentor counselors to complete needs assessments, sensitizations and psychoeducation in refugee camps in order to identify target populations and determine appropriate mental health interventions for people who have been tortured and/or traumatized by war.
  • Community Collaboration: Coordinate services and provide training to other organizations to better address the needs of identified client populations in the camps.
  • Reporting: Contribute to the writing, review and submission of regular reports regarding clinical and training activities.
  • Program/Project Evaluation: Participate in the implementation of program evaluation.

    Required education, experience, certificates, licenses or registrations

  • Graduate degree in Psychology, Counseling, Clinical Social Work or Marriage and Family Therapy
  • 4 years of experience providing individual and group psychotherapy to trauma survivors
  • 3 years of experience supervising mental health professionals and paraprofessionals

    Preferred education, experience, certificates, licenses or registrations

  • Certification or licensure as a psychologist or psychotherapist
  • 6 or more years experience providing individual and group psychotherapy
  • Extensive experience providing psychotherapy to children, adolescents, families and SGBV survivors.
  • 5 years of experience supervising mental health professionals and paraprofessionals
  • Experience working in the field of torture treatment
  • Experience working with interpreters

    Competencies (Knowledge, Skills and Abilities)

  • Understanding of and extensive experience implementing culturally appropriate mental health interventions, including individual, group and community-based approaches for people who have suffered torture and trauma.
  • Understanding of and experience developing curricula and providing training for mental health counselors on counseling approaches, sensitization on the effects of trauma and war, and designing interventions.
  • Demonstrated cultural sensitivity in professional environments, ideally in mental health care.
  • Experience working in developing countries. Experience working in East Africa preferred.
  • Skilled at carrying out program needs assessments, program development and program evaluation.
  • Skilled at working as a member of a team.
  • Flexibility and adaptability to work in a developing country and in an isolated environment lacking in amenities.
  • Demonstrated flexibility to adapt to changing program requirements, client needs and political climate.
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office suite (Outlook, Word and Excel)
  • Excellent written, verbal and interpersonal communications skills
  • Ability to travel by car up to 1 hour per day on rough, unpaved roads.
  • Fluency in English required. Fluency in Tigrinya desirable but not required. Interest in or commitment to human rights

    How to apply:

    Submit CV and letter of interest at Psychotherapist/Trainer


    Food for the Hungry Chief of Party Job in Ethiopia

    Purpose of the Job: The core purpose of the Chief of Party is to provide leadership in the management and implementation of a USAID Title II Food for Peace funded development food assistance program (DFAP).

    S/he will be responsible for the management and oversight of the project, including leading the preparation of sector work plans, monitoring project progress and timely delivery of all reporting and deliverables, ensuring performance quality, and complying with USAID (donor) and Food for the Hungry internal requirements.

    Furthermore, s/he will lead planning, coordination and implementation efforts with representatives from Government of Ethiopia representatives at federal, regional, zonal, and woreda levels, USAID, NGO sectoral working groups, DFAP implementing partners and all other relevant stakeholders.

    The CoP will supervise all other project staff, such as head-office and field-based program managers, technical sector leads, and all other program-focused staff.

    Essential tasks and Responsibilities

    Key Result #1 - Program Leadership

    Key Result #2 - Management and Administration

    Key Result #3 - Representation and Coordination

    Key Result #4 - Human Resource Management

    Mission Statement: Motivated by Christ’s love, this position plays a key role in promoting the wholistic ministry of Food for the Hungry (FH) through the framework of the organization’s vision, “God called and we responded until physical and spiritual hungers ended worldwide”.

    In order to accomplish this vision, FH’s mission is to “walk with churches leaders and families in overcoming all forms of human poverty by living in healthy relationship with God and His creation”.

    How to apply:

    For a complete version of the job description, qualifications, benefits, and to apply, access our Employment page on the FH website: Chief of Party


    Monitoring & Evaluation Specialist Job in Ethiopia

    World Vision International

    World Vision (WV) is a humanitarian, development and advocacy organisation devoted to improving the lives of children, families and their communities around the world. Our 45,000+ staff members working in more than 90 countries are united through our ethos, mission and shared desire for all individuals, especially children, to overcome poverty, inequality and injustice.

    Here’s where you come in:

    World Vision is seeking a Monitoring & Evaluation Specialist - Ethiopia for an upcoming USAID Ethiopia HIV/AIDS opportunity.

    You will be responsible for all monitoring, evaluation and reporting activities under the award.

    You will lead the development of and manage the Performance Monitoring Plan (PMP).

    You will also develop and maintain systems to collect and analyze information on inputs, outputs, outcomes and impact of the program.

    You will work with the Team to build capacity on the use of data and indicators; analyze monthly data, and support training in quality assurance methods.

    Requirements include:

    · A secondary degree in social sciences, evaluation, or other related field is required.

    · Minimum of five (5) years’ experience and demonstrated practical skills in monitoring and evaluation of HIV and AIDS care and support sector programs.

    · Knowledge and significant experience in the development and implementation of monitoring and evaluation frameworks and systems required for community development programs.

    · At least 3 years of field based work experience in the design and implementation of M&E systems in sub-Saharan Africa. Ethiopia preferred.

    · Demonstrated experience working in M&E for USAID-funded projects.

    · Excellent report writing, analytical and communication skills, including oral presentation skills, knowledge management and dissemination of research findings (in English) – preferred.

    · English language skills.

    Is this the job for you?

    World Vision is dedicated to our team members’ development and their success. We aspire for all employees to be fulfilled through their work and their contributions to an organisation working to provide long-term sustainable solutions to the world’s most vulnerable people.

    Find the full responsibilities and requirements for this position online and apply by the closing date 29th September 2016. For more information on World Vision International, please visit our website: www.wvi.org. Due to the number of applications received, only short-listed candidates will be contacted.


    Leadership and Advisor Roles in Ethiopia

    AGI’s Mission

    Over a billion people in Africa need their governments to provide basic public services such as hospitals, schools, sanitation, employment opportunities and much more. When governments fail to deliver, it’s the poor that suffer most.

    That’s why AGI’s mission is to support effective government in Africa - to make government work for the world’s poorest people.

    To achieve this vision, we provide practical advice and support to help African Leaders bridge the gap between their vision for a better future and the capacity of their governments to achieve it.

    In the last year, this has included helping to end Ebola in West Africa, supporting the set-up of the Development Bank of Nigeria, and reforms in Rwanda that will increase farmers’ incomes and exports.

    Our model combines the experience of AGI’s founder and Patron, Tony Blair, with on-the-ground teams of professionals working shoulder-to-shoulder with counterparts in the heart of partner governments to develop capacity and put in place the skills, systems and structures needed to drive delivery on the ground.

    Currently, AGI is working to support the governments of Sierra Leone, Liberia, Rwanda, Guinea, Ethiopia, Kenya, Mozambique and Nigeria.

    AGI’s People

    AGI teams understand that politics is as important as technical knowhow when it comes to getting things done.

    They are excellent at building and maintaining relationships, possess strong leadership skills, and skilled in helping our partner governments solve some of the continent’s most complex delivery challenges.

    We are bound by a unique set of shared values; we’re bold in our approach, relentless in pursuit of impact, led by our government partners not by our own agenda, passionate about Africa’s potential and independent in our advice and analyses.

    Our work has the potential to help change millions of lives for the better.

    Upcoming Opportunities - 2016/2017

    We are seeking individuals with 7+ year’s relevant professional experience within public/civil services worldwide;

    strategy consulting;

    relevant industry sectors;

    private equity and finance;

    and international development.

    AGI is committed to building multi-disciplinary teams and are particularly interested in candidates with experience planning and delivery, performance management processes; change management, executive/private office support; or government and strategic communications.

    For any of our roles, experience of living and working in developing countries is desirable but not essential.

    Candidates who speak fluent French and/or Portuguese, will be prioritized for roles in our Francophone and Lusophone countries.

    Leadership Positions

    AGI Country Heads have full responsibility of all programme activities, including managing a team of 4-10 people, project budget oversight, strategic programme design and the delivery and evaluation of project goals.

    This includes managing relations with senior government stakeholders, including, in some countries, the President.

    For these challenging and demanding roles we are looking for exceptional performance in the AGI competencies and proven experience of building senior relationships and managing high performing teams.

    Governance Advisor roles

    AGI’s Governance Advisors work within Centre of Government institutions – Presidents’ and Prime Ministers’ offices; cross-government co-ordination offices; and strategy, policy and delivery units, as well as within Priority Ministries.

    These include:

    Finance and Investment – individuals with experience of economic planning, project finance, innovative public finance models, donor and financier coordination, and/or securing access to finance for the private sector and farmers. We are also seeking individuals with experience of the ICT and innovation industry.

    Energy – individuals with government, consulting or industry experience in the electricity sector, e.g. in energy policy, the performance of energy utilities, public-private partnerships, and the management of power generation and distribution projects.

    Transport Infrastructure – individuals with government, consulting or industry experience e.g. the performance of infrastructure ministries and agencies, public-private partnerships, project management and oversight of major infrastructure projects in developing countries.

    Private Sector Development – individuals with experience in investment facilitation/ promotion, business linkages and value chain coordination, managing investment deals in emerging market economies and/or delivering organisational change.

    Agriculture – individuals with experience in value chain development, investment appraisal, and business planning and market analysis. Experience in emerging market economies preferred.

    How to apply:

    For further information on upcoming opportunities please visit Our Careers Website

    In order to apply for an AGI role you are required to complete an online application form which includes uploading your CV (no longer than 2 pages) and completing a 300 word personal statement explaining why you want to work at AGI and your suitability to the role.

    For more information please contact jobs@tb-agi.org. We will be looking to fill roles throughout 2016/2017 and will let you know if your application is being considered.


    JaRco Consulting Program Director Job in Ethiopia

    About the Firm: JaRco Consulting, a leading international development firm based in Ethiopia, offers high quality consulting services in the areas of qualitative and quantitative research; design of monitoring and evaluation systems; and provision of training and capacity building and technical assistance and implementation support across a wide range of sectors to leading international donors and partner agencies.

    Supervisor: Director

    Employment Duration: Full time

    Location: Addis Ababa, Ethiopia with the possibility of travel

    Position Summary:

    This position heads up JaRco’s portfolio of research projects and is critical to our worldwide program quality, market position, reputation and growth. It has significant breadth, covering a number of development themes and various types of research methodologies.

    The person supervises approximately 8-15 technical staff at any one time, managing both national and international teams. The position is required to engage heavily in to the design and development, implementation and monitor our research projects.

    Essential Job Functions:

  • Provide leadership for the program department, set the strategic direction, promote technical quality standards, and develop key external partnerships with potential partner companies to advance and expand the company’s work. Assist with opportunities for growing our portfolio and team of staff in order to achieve the company’s goals.
  • The Program Director oversees the design development of research methodologies and protocols, provides technical support to program implementation in the field, provides technical input and oversight of the data management analysis process, and is responsible for assuring each deliverable is of the highest quality possible.

    Specific Responsibilities:

    · Provide technical expertise and support related to design monitoring and evaluation systems, socioeconomic studies, development research and project evaluations.

    · Responsible for ensuring high quality finalization of deliverables to the client.

    · Work with the Research and Operations Specialist to coordinate and supervise various forms of data collection (including large field surveys) Ensure the timely submission of all contracted deliverables

    · Ensure proper documentation of the company’ products, resources and materials

    · Represent the company in meetings and lead in liaising with all clients regarding all stages of the project process

    · Manage program staff and other short term consultant or employees that are recruited under the program department

    · Liaise with Program Development Manager in the successful handover of projects

    · Accomplish other company’s activities as delegated by the company’s Director

    Education: Masters in one of the following or related fields: Economics; Sociology; Statistics; Agriculture, Management, and/or Monitoring and Evaluation.

    Relevant Experience

  • Minimum of 8 years of experience in related work
  • Proven ability in leading research programs
  • Strong knowledge of Monitoring and Evaluation
  • Strong knowledge of quantitative and qualitative research techniques.
  • Excellent writing abilities in English
  • Ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously and work independently as well as supervise of a fast-paced team.
  • Experience in Sub-Saharan Africa a plus
  • Previous management of large-scale survey and evaluations a plus

    Compensation

    The Program Director will be provided with a competitive salary and benefit package.

    How to apply:

    Send your CV and cover letter to hresource@jarrco.info, indicating “Program Director” in the subject line, before September 25, 2016.

    However, due to the urgent nature of this position, applications will be reviewed as and when received prior to the closing date.


    ILRI Jobs in Ethiopia

    ICRISAT Vacancy: Program Assistant

    The Position: The International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics (ICRISAT) seeks to recruit a Program Assistant who will be based at ICRISAT Ethiopia Country Office in Addis Ababa located at the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) Addis Ababa campus.

    General: The International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics (ICRISAT) is a non-profit, non-political organization that conducts agricultural research for development in sub-Saharan Africa and Asia with a wide array of partners throughout the world.

    Covering 6.5 million square kilometers of land in 55 countries, the semi-arid tropics is home to over 2 billion people, with 650 million of these the poorest of the poor. ICRISAT, and its partners help empower those living in the semi-arid tropics, especially smallholder farmers, to overcome poverty, hunger, malnutrition and a degraded environment through more efficient and profitable agriculture.

    ICRISAT is an equal opportunity employer and belongs to the Consortium of Centers supported by the Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR)

    Responsibilities:

    Programme support

  • Acts as the primary point of contact for all issues related to ICRISAT Ethiopia;
  • Supports the Country Representative in the development of budgets for ICRISAT Ethiopia;
  • Office management, including phone calls, filing system, visitors, arranging appointments, local & international travel and maintaining temporary/casual staff;
  • Organizes meetings, workshops, trainings & providing logistical support;
  • Maintains a database of research outputs, students sponsored by ICRISAT Ethiopia and centres outputs and immediate outcomes;
  • Facilitates procurement, management and maintenance of ICRISAT Ethiopia equipment;
  • In consultation with relevant staff members prioritizes, plans and executes through purchase process for technical and specialized procurement of supplies, equipment and professional services;
  • Communicates with suppliers, contractors, professional vendors regarding purchase related requisitions, bids, contracts and work orders;
  • Liaises with all ILRI administrative units, projects and support units to deal with ICRISAT Ethiopia administrative matters;

    Finance:

  • In close collaboration with ICRISAT’s accountant, prepare and monitor Ethiopia country budget; Liaise and advice country teams on expenditure levels of their respective projects;
  • Follow-up to ensure timely submission of reports (both financial and technical);
  • Ensures year-end audit requests are submitted as and when requested (bank confirmations, bank statements, reconciliations, etc…).

    Administration:

  • Coordinates administrative issues with regional office;
  • Organizes appointments with partners, keeps record of all project related documentation and follows-up on partners to ensure that the accounting is received;
  • Arranges for travel of collaborators and ICRISAT projects staff for meetings and training at ICRISAT-Ethiopia and elsewhere;
  • Arranges and coordinates planned travels books and reservations;
  • Supervises pool vehicles, drivers and support staff;
  • Provides advice and support for visiting scientists and students to acquire necessary work permits in compliance with existing Ethiopian laws;
  • Any other duties as assigned by the supervisor.

    Requirements:

    Education:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Management, Economics or related discipline.

    Experience:

  • At least five years of relevant work experience in office management, procurement, programme management and workshop coordination.

    Desirable:

  • Good command in English and French (both spoken and written);
  • Well versed with Microsoft Office applications;
  • Ability to work effectively and inclusively with people from different backgrounds;
  • A sense of creativity and ability to work with minimal supervision.

    Position level: 2C.

    Duty Station: Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

    Minimum Base salary:

    Birr 16,619 per month (Negotiable depending on experience, skill and salary history of the candidate).

    Terms of appointment: Initial appointment is for three years renewable appointment based on performance and funding availability.

    ICRISAT offers a multicultural, collegial research environment with competitive salary and excellent benefits in line with ILRI salary applicable for its Nationally Recruited Staff. ICRISAT is an international and equal opportunity organization and believes that diversity of its staff contributes to excellence.

    Applications: Applicants should provide a cover letter and curriculum vitae; names and addresses (including telephone and email) of three referees who are knowledgeable about the candidate’s professional qualifications and work experience to be included in the curriculum vitae. The position and reference number:

    PA/34/2016 should be clearly indicated in the subject line of the cover letter.

    All applications to be submitted online on our Recruitment Portal on or before 29 September 2016.

    To find more about ICRISAT, visit Our Website

    Suitably qualified women are particularly encouraged to apply.


    Volunteer Obstetrician/Gynaecologist

    Job from Voluntary Service Overseas Closing date: 15 Oct 2016

    The overall placement objective is to contribute to the maternal and child health program by strengthening the labor and delivery wards of 4 targeted hospitals and providing capacity building training for Midwives on newborn care.

    Qualified Medical Doctor with Specialisation in Obstetrics and Gynaecology. At least 3 years post qualification experience.

    How to apply:

    Please follow this link to apply: http://www.aplitrak.com/?adid=cHdhbWJ1YS45OTIzOC4zODMwQHZzby5hcGxpdHJhay...


    Country Representative for German/Austrian NGO in Hospitality Institute in Ethiopia

    Job from Project-E Closing date: 15 Oct 2016

    What? Country Representative for the Ethiopian headquarters

    Where? Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

    When? From January 2017 onwards, for at least one year

    About us

    Under the mission statement of „Education Empowers”, the student-run NGO „PROJECT-E” aims to provide underprivileged women with the chance for a better, more self-determined future.

    We offer high-quality, market-oriented vocational education to young Ethiopian women from socially destitute backgrounds, in order to break the cycle of poverty at an early stage. The program is unique in its approach and enjoys a high reputation for quality in education, professional volunteers and sustainability.

    Our European team consists of about fifteen young and dynamic students, mostly from Austria and Germany. We are in charge of the PROJECT-E’s general management, meet on skype, discuss per email and most importantly all work voluntarily.

    About the project

    In PROJECT-E’s Hospitality Institute in Addis Ababa, capital of Ethiopia, twenty young women from destitute social backgrounds get the yearly chance to pursue a two-year program in hotel operations.

    Furthermore, they receive social and financial support. Ten local staff members and several international and national volunteers run the project and its daily operations under the supervision of a project manager.

    As the Country Representative, you are an important connection between the European and the Ethiopian team. Become a part of our organization, supervise the project in the field and represent PROJECT-E in Ethiopia!

    Country Representative tasks:

  • Representation of PROJECT-E internationally and in Ethiopia
  • Managing a TVET accredited hotel operation institute in Addis Ababa
  • Supervision, guidance and instruction of local and international staff
  • Coordination of legal work and contact with authorities
  • Continuous quality management and evaluation of working processes in cooperation with the European management board

    Requirements:

  • Degree or equivalent experience
  • Expatriate with cultural sensitivity as well as flexibility and dynamism
  • Expertise in the fields of development cooperation
  • Solid understanding in budgeting, financial planning, reporting and financial analysis
  • Leadership and management skills
  • Experience in human resource matters, including the recruitment and evaluation of staff members
  • Fluency in English (written and spoken)
  • Additional: Experience in vocational education and/or hospitality industry

    PROJECT-E offers:

  • A paid position, including the flights to biannual team meetings in Europe
  • High level of responsibility, independence and creativity
  • Inspiring work atmosphere in a young and motivated team

    How to apply:

    Send an email with CV and cover letter to hr@project-e.eu.


    Grants Coordinator

    Job from International Rescue Committee Closing date: 01 Nov 2016

    The Grants Coordinator will be responsible for overseeing and carrying out activities of the Grants Unit (GU) within the IRC Ethiopia Programs Department. This unit is integral to supporting the design, funding, implementation, and monitoring of a large, complex, multi-sector country program portfolio.

    The position is based in Addis Ababa but will require travel to the field. The role reports to the International Senior Program Coordinator (SPC), and directly oversees up to four GU staff.

    Duties And Responsibilities

    Specific responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

    Research and Program Design:

  • Investigate opportunities to expand existing programming and new opportunities for IRC Ethiopia's programming, as per the relevant IRC Ethiopia country and sectoral strategies.
  • Assist IRC program technical sectors to develop holistic, long-term program plans beyond project-based planning.
  • Facilitate IRC technical sectors to develop project plans, logical frameworks, and implementation timelines for current and future IRC projects.
  • Identify synergies among program technical units and liaise with operational units to ensure high-quality, effective, and efficient programming.
  • Assist senior management with research upon request, such as identifying potential donors, partners, and their strategies.

    Proposal Development:

  • Assume the role of team leader for all IRC Ethiopia concept notes and proposals, abiding by the guidelines set out by the donor and by IRC internal policies. This will involve developing and/or overseeing the development of all proposal documents, including budget, budget narrative, technical narrative, and other documents as necessary.
  • Maintain in-depth knowledge of IRC internal policies and guidelines for donor organizations funding IRC Ethiopia projects.
  • Coordinate staff from other IRC Ethiopia departments (technical sectors, finance, and field staff) to submit relevant information and documents to support proposal development.
  • Review program proposals produced by the GU staff and provide feedback to build capacity in proposal development and improve product quality, accuracy, and style.
  • Ensure that all IRC Ethiopia program proposals are submitted to the relevant body as per the agreed timelines.
  • Conduct research as necessary to support the proposal development process.

    Donor/Government Reporting and Communication:

  • Supervise GU staff to research and write donor and government reports.
  • Responsible for tracking all donor reporting schedules/requirements and ensuring that all reports are submitted to the relevant body as per the agreed timelines.
  • Review all donor reports produced by the GU staff and provide feedback to improve product quality, accuracy, and style, as well as take on report writing when needed.
  • Track progress and timely submission of government reports as per the required format.
  • In coordination with the field offices and program technical units, supervise the GU to develop IRC Ethiopia government agreements.
  • Responsible for tracking and processing donor agreements when applicable in coordination with IRC NY/UK offices and donors.
  • Responsible for submission of in-country donor reports and proposals, and communication of compliance questions and feedback on reports or proposals.

    Grants Management and Monitoring:

  • Coordinate with other program accountability and learning (A&L) staff and technical teams to address gaps in program implementation identified through program reporting, and to identify program successes for documentation.
  • Oversee GU to regularly track progress against targets for all projects and work closely with A&L staff to feed into development/improvement of A&L tools.
  • Support A&L staff as needed to facilitate implementation of program quality tools developed.
  • Oversee the coordination of field travel plans for support in designing projects and monitoring program implementation.
  • Responsible for updating, streamlining, and disseminating relevant grants management tools and resources to relevant IRC staff in the main and field offices.
  • Ensure that field and program technical and operational staffs have updated records and documents for all grants and information on changes to donor regulations or relevant communications.
  • Supervise the GU staff to review monthly field reports consistently and in a timely manner.
  • Maintain an in-depth knowledge on donor and government policies and support field and Addis-level staff in monitoring grants for compliance.
  • Track and coordinate grant opening, review, and closing meetings, ensuring that, as often as possible, at least one GU/technical team member attends/contributes to each meeting.
  • Provide training and on-the-job mentoring to all GU staff to build their capacity to produce high-quality documents meeting IRC Ethiopia and donor standards.
  • Provide support to field teams in compiling proposal drafts and concept papers.
  • Coordinate with A&L staff to design and organize trainings to build the capacity of field staff in identified skill areas.
  • Provide regular feedback to field and technical unit staff to increase their capacity to produce high-quality documents meeting IRC Ethiopia and donor standards, with an increasing focus on donor compliance.

    Special Tasks and Liaison:

  • Take the lead on tasks involving the IRC's online document and funding opportunity management system, Opportunity Tracking & Implementation System (OTIS).
  • Oversee Grants Officers on general document management.
  • Act as a liaison between IRC and its donors and partners as needed, and attend scheduled and ad hoc meetings and consultations upon the SPC/Senior Management's request, representing
  • IRC and its interests through positive and constructive relations. Act as the liaison between IRC head offices (NY and UK) for proposal development and grants management-related communication.
  • At the request of the SPC, take responsibility for miscellaneous projects not falling under responsibilities underlined in this job description.

    Management:

  • Directly supervise the Grants Officers.
  • Assign tasks and responsibilities to the team and monitor activities to ensure timeliness and quality of all deliverables.
  • Ensure that program staff receives support and training/capacity-building as necessary.
  • Review and evaluate Grants Officers' performance on a regular basis.

    Requirements/Qualification

  • Excellent English writing skills are mandatory and the most important qualification sought for this position. Candidates will be asked to demonstrate English writing competence during the screening process.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel.
  • Experience writing and coordinating high quality proposals for major donors (e.g. USG, UN, EU, etc); experience with non-traditional donor a plus.
  • Masters degree in relevant field from a recognized university and at least three years of relevant experience.
  • Knowledge of major donors' rules and regulations.
  • Experience with in an international NGO in a similar role.
  • Experience directly supervising and coordinating with diverse teams.

    Personal specifications:

  • Effective communication and inter-personal skills.
  • Ability to work well under pressure and with high workload, as well as work long work hours as needed.
  • Ability to independently organize work and prioritize tasks.
  • Self-motivated, honest, highly responsible, and punctual.
  • Ability to work both independently and as part of a team.

    How to apply:

    Please follow this link to apply: http://www.aplitrak.com/?adid=YXN0cmlkLm1hdGhldy4wNzIxMi4zODMwQGlyYy5hcG...


    Disaster Management Advisor

    Job from Management and Engineering Technologies International Closing date: 30 Sep 2016

    In support of the US Agency for International Development (USAID) in Ethiopia, the US Forest Service Office of International Programs (USFS) may seek one full-time disaster management advisor to work with Ethiopia’s National Disaster Risk Management Commission (NDRMC) to implement specific aspects of the Ethiopian National Incident Management System (NIMS). This document outlines activities and objectives for one full-time Disaster Management Advisor to NDRMC.

    Background:

    The Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia is one of the world’s oldest continuous civilizations and viewed by many as the cradle of humanity. The landscape and topography that has nurtured this civilization are incredibly diverse—from high Afro-alpine vegetation to desert and semi-desert scrublands to four large river systems.

    The Great Rift Valley bisects the country and provides habitat to hundreds of endemic plant and animal species. Ethiopia is one of the world’s fastest growing countries, home to almost 97 million people. Ethiopia also hosts the African Union headquarters and many other international organizations, elevating its importance globally.

    It’s location in the western escarpment of the Great Rift Valley and the Horn of Africa increases its vulnerability to disasters, including earthquakes, floods, drought, and terrorism.

    Drought, soil erosion, deforestation, overgrazing, population pressures, and climate change are all threats to Ethiopia’s natural resources and the rural people who rely on them. Ethiopia’s climate, geography, and geopolitical location also leave the country vulnerable to emergencies, including drought, flooding, seismic events, and refugees seeking protection and assistance.

    Since 2008, the US Forest Service (USFS) has been collaborating with the Ministry of Agriculture’s Disaster Risk Management and Food Security Sector (most recently re-established as the National Disaster Risk Management Commission) and the Fire and Emergency Prevention and Rescue Authority (FEPRA) to enhance disaster management and build capacity in disaster preparedness and response.

    The program aims to integrate components of the US National Incident Management System including multi-agency coordination systems, emergency operations centers, the incident command system, and comprehensive emergency planning.

    Since its inception, the program, with the support of the US Agency for International Development (USAID) in Ethiopia, has trained over 900 emergency managers in Ethiopia and functions in six regions around the country.

    USFS programs address a range of complex emergencies in Ethiopia including urban disasters, flooding and drought. Urban technical assistance focuses on firefighter training, capacity building in search and rescue capabilities, and all-hazard operations planning for the City of Addis Ababa.

    Position Description:

    To evaluate and implement appropriate disaster management methodologies and tools, NDRMC is seeking a Disaster Management Advisor for a one-year secondement. At the end of the year, it is anticipated that NDRMC (and associated regional bureaus) will deploy aspects of NIMS in multiple regions and be able to enhance and further professionalize emergency response in the country.

    Duties and Responsibilities

    Responsibilities of the Disaster Management Advisor will include but are not limited to:

    • Establish and mentor emergency operations centers (EOCs) and coordination platforms such as MACs in interested regions and federal level. Revise and update EOC, MAC, and ICS operations manuals, adapted to the unique needs of target regions. Assess the needs of EOCs and provide mentoring as needed. Get deployed to the regions to activate EOCs in case of the emergencies.

    • Initiate training and capacity building activities for NDRMC regional staff and maintain a mentorship role with active regional "Master Trainers" and ensure their skills are refreshed and up to date. Brief the senior officials of the region in order to advocate for the NIMS operationalization.

    • Maintain effective relationship with senior leadership of NDRMC and FEPRA to motivate them and advocate for the NIMS coordination structures to ensure their buy-in. Advocate for the decentralized authority for NIMS component activation, disaster declaration, response planning and resource mobilization.

    • Provide technical assistance to FEPRA during the Emergency Operation Plan (EOP), and to address their other capacity building and mentoring needs.

    • Assist NDRMC to improve timely and effective two way flow of information between woredas to the central level that informs decision making around early warning, disaster preparedness and response.

    • Prepare quarterly and annual reports for USAID and USFS; Provide thorough program analysis and disaster management recommendations to the USFS/IP program manager and USAID;

    • Initiate and maintain contacts with other organizations in Ethiopia including UNOCHA and other coordination bodies and clusters to improve their knowledge about NIMS and coordination structures for the disaster and emergency management.

    • Maintain a strong knowledge and awareness of disaster management and emergency coordination in Ethiopia, including relevant stakeholders and national policies to ensure the relevance and complementarity of the advisory role;

    Qualifications:

    · Minimum 10 years’ experience working in disaster management;

    · Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in disaster management or related field;

    · Professional written and spoken proficiency in English required;

    · Prior experience implementing NIMS (Incident Command System, Emergency Operations Centers, Multi-Agency Coordination groups, etc) and conducting NIMS training;

    · Prior experience serving on an Incident Management Team or staffing an Incident Command Post;

    · Proven ability to work well with multi-level stakeholders; strong interpersonal skills; and ability to work in a multi-cultural environment;

    · Familiarity with disaster management and development issues in Ethiopia preferred;

    · Strong writing, organizational, and communication skills;

    · Ability to represent the US government at meetings and in interactions with international donors, local governments, international NGOs, and civil society;

    · Strong ability to work independently in difficult conditions while maintaining productivity;

    · USAID or other donor experience strongly preferred.

    Communications and Reporting

    Quarterly update notes containing highlights of work and progress are expected, as well as more detailed reports on specific training events the Disaster Management Advisor participates in and/or organizes.

    The Advisor will also produce quarterly and annual work plans, as well as a final report. The Advisor will engage in timely performance reporting, which will describe achievements in terms of progress toward meeting the indicators, as well as the goals and objectives of this initiative.

    The Advisor will report to the USFS/IP Ethiopia Program Coordinator in coordination with USAID/Ethiopia. At NDRMC, the Advisor will work in close coordination with designated counterparts to be determined and report to the Director of Early Warning and Response Directorate. The reporting structure within NDRMC will be commensurate with the incumbent’s experience.

    Position Location: Based in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia with potential for local travel in support of project activities. This is a 1-year consultancy with potential for an additional year.

    Recruitment Process

    · If USFS is able to secure a candidate with the desired skillset, the successful applicant will be hired through a contractor.

    · NDRMC will provide office space and logistical support (IT connections, modest staff assistance) to the Advisor.

    Note: The USFS, with USAID funding, will provide the Advisor with a laptop for work purposes. It is incumbent upon the Government of Ethiopia to provide a suitable work environment for the Advisor, including the necessary work tools within NDRMC, in order to both maximize the potential of this investment and ensure sustainability of the effort.

    How to apply:

    Please email your resume or CV and a cover letter to: IPJobs@meticorp.com. Please include “Ethiopia Disaster Management Advisor” in the subject line. In the body of the email, please indicate where you saw this posting. METI is an Equal Opportunity Employer

    (www.meticorp.com).


    Senior Analyst, Health Insurance

    Job from Clinton Health Access Initiative Closing date: 30 Sep 2016

    Overview:

    Founded in 2002 by President William J. Clinton, the Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI) is a global health organization committed to strengthening integrated health systems around the world and expanding access to care and treatment for HIV/AIDS, malaria and other illnesses.

    Based on the premise that business-oriented strategy can facilitate solutions to global health challenges, CHAI acts as a catalyst to mobilize new resources and optimize the impact of these resources to save lives, via improved organization of commodity markets and more effective local management.

    CHAI does not operate stand-alone programs, nor does it build parallel health systems. Rather, CHAI works at the invitation and in support of governments. CHAI's teams are working side-by-side with more than 30 governments to tackle many of the largest barriers to effective health care.

    CHAI is currently operating in Ethiopia carrying out a wide range of programs to support the Ministry of Health in improving access to and increasing the quality of health services.

    As one of CHAI's largest field offices with more than 150 staff, the Ethiopia office operates programs across hospital management; maternal, newborn and child health; HIV/AIDS; nutrition; vaccines; and health financing. The health financing program aims to transform how the health system is financed to substantially and sustainably increase access to services, beginning with essential services for those most in need.

    Description:

    The Government of Ethiopia has supported significant improvements in health over the past decade and now aims to accelerate progress to deliver quality essential health services to its growing population of close to 100 Million people.

    To achieve this goal, Ethiopia is rolling out health insurance schemes with the goal of reaching most of the population by 2020. If successful, Ethiopia will set an example for all other countries working towards the goal of universal health coverage on the continent.

    To successfully roll out this ambitious reform, the newly-staffed Ethiopian Health Insurance Agency will need to overcome technical, operational and management challenges of insurance scale-up across a large and diverse country.

    This includes making evidence-based decisions in key areas such as the initial design of the benefits package and premium rates, as well as setting up processes to continuously revise these decisions. There will also be a need to strengthen core operations for successful enrollment, provider payment, and financial management.

    As experience from other countries has shown, the early stages of launch will determine the success of the reform.

    CHAI has been supporting the Government of Ethiopia in health financing over the past few years and has been asked by senior leadership to provide more comprehensive support to all of these areas in order to ensure this reform has the intended outcomes in increasing access to quality care for all in need.

    Ethiopia will be a flagship program for CHAI's health financing work; shaping our engagements in health insurance in other contexts.

    CHAI is seeking a highly motivated individual with outstanding technical capabilities to serve as Senior Analyst, to support the Ethiopian Health Insurance Agency as the Agency oversees the launch of social health insurance and the expansion of community based health insurance.

    The Senior Analyst will spend the majority of his or her time working from within the Insurance Agency at the headquarters and branch office level. He or she will provide direct support to key directorates of the Agency such as Providers Affairs, Membership, Finance, Research and Information Technology. The Senior Analyst will be part of a small, but growing CHAI team.

    Key responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Work with supervisor to support the Health Insurance Agency's headquarters and branch offices in key analyses and research to respond to strategic questions, development of standard operating procedures and tools for the roll-out of business processes and other deliverables. Deliverables could span the following areas: Provider management and payment, member management, pooling and finance, management information systems, and/or other information technology.
  • Support monitoring and early identification of problem areas during the roll-out and scale-up of insurance and work with supervisor and Agency management to address these problems as they arise.
  • Build process management and technical capacity within the Insurance Agency at headquarters and branch offices. This includes providing day to day support to Agency staff.
  • Serve as a liaison between directorates at headquarters and sub-national branch offices to ensure that insurance is rolled out in a standardized manner.
  • Other responsibilities as requested by supervisor.
  • CHAI works in a fast-paced, results-driven environment and this health insurance reform is a top priority for the government.

    We are seeking a highly motivated individual who is a fast learner and who is both detail oriented and has the ability to ask the key questions or see the “big picture.” CHAI places great value on resourcefulness, responsibility, tenacity, flexibility, independence, energy, work ethic and humility.

    Qualifications include the following:

  • Bachelor's degree in a related field such as economics, public health, financial management, public policy; An advanced degree is an advantage;
  • Three or more years of professional experience in demanding, results-oriented environments in the public sector and/or private sector (e.g., management consulting);
  • Experience in the health sector or health insurance is an advantage;
  • Excellent problem solving, analytical and quantitative skills, including attention to detail and fluency in Microsoft Excel;
  • Strong organizational skills;
  • Ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously in a fast-paced environment;
  • Ability to learn on the job quickly through research and absorb and synthesize a broad range of information;
  • Ability to navigate ambiguous and complex processes and be flexible;
  • Strong interpersonal skills and ability to build relationships;
  • Strong communication skills, including development of compelling presentations (in Microsoft PowerPoint) and documents (in Microsoft Word);
  • Strong command of English and Amharic language required;
  • Willingness to travel within Ethiopia as needed.

    Apply Here

    PI95223869

    How to apply:

    Apply Here


    International Livelihoods and Food Security Specialist, Final Performance Evaluation of the USAID GRAD Activity, Ethiopia

    Job from Social Impact Closing date: 30 Sep 2016

    International Livelihoods and Food Security Specialist, Final Performance Evaluation of the USAID Graduation with Resilience to Achieve Sustainable Development (GRAD) Activity, Ethiopia

    Social Impact (SI) is a Washington, DC-area international development management consulting firm. SI’s mission is to improve the effectiveness of international development programs in improving people’s lives.

    We provide a full range of management consulting, technical assistance, and training services to strengthen international development programs, organizations, and policies. We provide services globally in the areas of monitoring and evaluation, strategic planning, project and program design, organizational capacity building, and gender and social analysis.

    SI services cross-cut all development sectors including democracy and governance, health and education, the environment, and economic growth. SI’s clients include US government agencies such as USAID, the Millennium Challenge Corporation, the US Department of State, bilateral donors, multilateral development banks, foundations, and non-profits.

    Project Objective:

    Social Impact, Inc., through Ethiopia Performance Monitoring and Evaluation Services (EPMES) activity, will conduct the final performance evaluation of the Graduation with Resilience to Achieve Sustainable Development (GRAD) activity to assess program results and document lessons learned.

    The evaluation will focus on assessing the activity’s five year performance in achieving its program goal, objectives, and results.

    GRAD was designed to support and enhance livelihood options of the chronically food insecure households by promoting and supporting on-and off-farm income generating activities, facilitating output and input market linkages, and increasing access to microfinance services.

    The activity is meant to support the Government of Ethiopia’s safety net and food security programming. GRAD complements Ethiopia’s Productive Safety Net Program (PSNP) to accelerate the graduation of targeted beneficiaries from PSNP by supporting selected commodity value chains.

    The activity promotes alternative livelihood options through greater access to inputs and credit and saving services, while reducing transaction costs and strengthening market linkages in chronically food insecure areas.

    The main purpose of this final performance evaluation of GRAD is to examine its development outcomes or results at higher and intermediate levels and the extent to which GRAD has met its goals, and determine the overall effectiveness of the partnerships, and any strengths and challenges in the courses of implementation.

    Specifically, the evaluation will assess or identify:

    i. The key components of GRAD with regard to achieving the objectives and targets, including the cross-cutting gender objective;

    ii. The effectiveness of the livelihood diversification (on and off-farms), nutrition, climate change adaptation and gender related activities promoted by GRAD

    iii. The major types and values of assets developed by the GRAD beneficiaries and their level of access to financial services and markets.

    iv. The strengths and weaknesses in project management (planning, implementation and monitoring) and effectiveness in delivery of the desired services and inputs to the targeted beneficiaries and communities.

    The ultimate purpose of this evaluation is to make use of the evaluation results to demonstrate the effectiveness of the program, disseminate results and lessons learned to similar type of programs and share with a broader development community. The recommendations from this evaluation would help to improve the USAID’s programming of livelihoods and food security oriented programs.

    Position Description: SI is seeking two short-term international experts in Livelihoods and Food Security to participant on a 5-member, multidisciplinary evaluation team comprised of both international and Ethiopian experts. These experts will provide technical guidance related to livelihoods and food security.

    The estimated time period for undertaking this evaluation is approximately 56 calendar days, of which approximately 50 days should be spent in Ethiopia. Fieldwork in Ethiopia will occur in Addis Ababa and the team is required to travel to select Woredas in each region where program activities are being implemented. The proposed timeframe for the evaluation is September 25-November 30, 2016, however, the exact dates and LOE are subject to finalization by USAID and Social Impact.

    Compensation for this short-term assignment will be determined by a candidate’s past employment history and USAID contract regulations.

    Responsibilities:

    · These international experts will provide technical guidance related to livelihoods and food security.

    · S/he will work under the direction of the Team Leader USAID and contribute as needed to all deliverables.

    Qualifications:

    · Possesses a Master’s or PhD degree in a field of study related to agricultural economics, livelihoods and/or food security or agriculture;

    · Has at least eight (8) year work experience in managing and evaluating food security projects in Ethiopia and/or other African countries.

    · Expertise in Value Chain/Agribusiness highly desired.

    · Has strong knowledge of livelihoods and food security indicators, agricultural extension, and the Productive Safety Nets and Household Assets Building Programs in Ethiopia;

    · Must be fluent in English and have strong writing and organization skills;

    · Possesses excellent oral communication, presentation, and inter-personal skills;

    · Possesses excellent analytical and technical skills;

    · Strong knowledge of USAID’s programming, experience on past food security and livelihoods baseline surveys or final evaluations highly preferred.

    Come join our energetic and innovative team! We offer you the opportunity to play a leading role in the growth of our company, work as part of a creative and committed team, and make a difference in the well-being of our world.

    To learn more about Social Impact, please visit our website: http://www.socialimpact.com

    SI is an EEO/AA/ADA Veterans Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.

    Only selected candidates will be contacted for an interview. Please, no phone calls.

    How to apply:

    To apply, use the link here and follow instructions to submit an application


    Team Leader, Final Performance Evaluation of the USAID Graduation with Resilience to Achieve Sustainable Development (GRAD) Activity, Ethiopia

    Job from Social Impact Closing date: 30 Sep 2016

    Team Leader, Final Performance Evaluation of the USAID Graduation with Resilience to Achieve Sustainable Development (GRAD) Activity, Ethiopia

    Social Impact (SI) is a Washington, DC-area international development management consulting firm. SI’s mission is to improve the effectiveness of international development programs in improving people’s lives.

    We provide a full range of management consulting, technical assistance, and training services to strengthen international development programs, organizations, and policies. We provide services globally in the areas of monitoring and evaluation, strategic planning, project and program design, organizational capacity building, and gender and social analysis.

    SI services cross-cut all development sectors including democracy and governance, health and education, the environment, and economic growth. SI’s clients include US government agencies such as USAID, the Millennium Challenge Corporation, the US Department of State, bilateral donors, multilateral development banks, foundations, and non-profits.

    Project Objective:

    Social Impact, Inc., through Ethiopia Performance Monitoring and Evaluation Services (EPMES) activity, will conduct the final performance evaluation of the Graduation with Resilience to Achieve Sustainable Development (GRAD) activity to assess program results and document lessons learned.

    The evaluation will focus on assessing the activity’s five year performance in achieving its program goal, objectives, and results.

    GRAD was designed to support and enhance livelihood options of the chronically food insecure households by promoting and supporting on-and off-farm income generating activities, facilitating output and input market linkages, and increasing access to microfinance services.

    The activity is meant to support the Government of Ethiopia’s safety net and food security programming. GRAD complements Ethiopia’s Productive Safety Net Program (PSNP) to accelerate the graduation of targeted beneficiaries from PSNP by supporting selected commodity value chains.

    The activity promotes alternative livelihood options through greater access to inputs and credit and saving services, while reducing transaction costs and strengthening market linkages in chronically food insecure areas.

    The main purpose of this final performance evaluation of GRAD is to examine its development outcomes or results at higher and intermediate levels and the extent to which GRAD has met its goals, and determine the overall effectiveness of the partnerships, and any strengths and challenges in the courses of implementation.

    Specifically, the evaluation will assess or identify:

    i. The key components of GRAD with regard to achieving the objectives and targets, including the cross-cutting gender objective;

    ii. The effectiveness of the livelihood diversification (on and off-farms), nutrition, climate change adaptation and gender related activities promoted by GRAD

    iii. The major types and values of assets developed by the GRAD beneficiaries and their level of access to financial services and markets.

    iv. The strengths and weaknesses in project management (planning, implementation and monitoring) and effectiveness in delivery of the desired services and inputs to the targeted beneficiaries and communities.

    The ultimate purpose of this evaluation is to make use of the evaluation results to demonstrate the effectiveness of the program, disseminate results and lessons learned to similar type of programs and share with a broader development community. The recommendations from this evaluation would help to improve the USAID’s programming of livelihoods and food security oriented programs.

    Position Description: SI is seeking a Team Leader to lead a 5-member, multidisciplinary evaluation team comprised of both international and Ethiopian experts. The team leader should be an evaluation expert. Substantial food security background and experience in Ethiopia are desirable.

    The estimated time period for undertaking this evaluation is approximately 56 calendar days, of which approximately 50 days should be spent in Ethiopia. Fieldwork in Ethiopia will occur in Addis Ababa and the team is required to travel to select Woredas in each region where program activities are being implemented.

    The proposed timeframe for the evaluation is September 25-November 30, 2016, however, the exact dates and LOE are subject to finalization by USAID and Social Impact.

    Compensation for this short-term assignment will be determined by a candidate’s past employment history and USAID contract regulations.

    Responsibilities:

    · The team leader will take the overall responsibility of the evaluation.

    · S/he will be the primary point of contact between USAID and the evaluation team and have responsibility for submission of all deliverables.

    · S/he will work collaboratively with Social Impact’s EPMES Chief of Party and Program Manager(s) to review evaluation deliverables before submission to USAID.

    Qualifications:

    · Master’s or Ph.D. that included high-level coursework or professional continuing-education training in food security, social sciences, statistics, project evaluation, or another field relevant to evaluation;

    · At least 10-year work experience in particular with practical evaluation experience in Ethiopia and /or other African countries and who has led at least two similar evaluations/studies. He/she will be responsible for overall management of the evaluation, including coordinating and packaging the deliverables as well as ensuring quality and timeliness;

    · Strong team management skills, and sufficient experience with evaluation standards and practices to ensure a credible product;

    · Previous experience directly managing the design and implementation of at least two large-scale household surveys with complex designs;

    · Has excellent organization and writing skills and a demonstrated ability to deliver a quality written product in English (e.g., evaluation report and PowerPoint presentations);

    · Has excellent oral communication, presentation, and inter-personal skills;

    · Has the technical and management skills to manage budget resources (dollars and staff) for the study, as well as assist and support the team with field logistics, e.g., coordinating with USAID and/or a government ministry and project stakeholders to set up initial appointments for interviews.

    · Strong knowledge of USAID’s programming, experience on past food security and livelihoods baseline surveys or final evaluations highly preferable.

    Come join our energetic and innovative team! We offer you the opportunity to play a leading role in the growth of our company, work as part of a creative and committed team, and make a difference in the well-being of our world.

    To learn more about Social Impact, please visit our website: http://www.socialimpact.com

    SI is an EEO/AA/ADA Veterans Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability or protected veteran status. Only selected candidates will be contacted for an interview. Please, no phone calls.

    How to apply:

    To apply, use the link here and follow the instructions to submit an application


    Local Technical Specialist, Health Sector Finance Reform, USAID/Ethiopia Performance Monitoring and Evaluation Service (EPMES) Activity Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

    Local Technical Specialist, Health Sector Finance Reform, USAID/Ethiopia Performance Monitoring and Evaluation Service (EPMES) Activity, Ethiopia

    Social Impact (SI) is a Washington, DC-area international development management consulting firm. SI’s mission is to improve the effectiveness of international development programs in improving people’s lives. We provide a full range of management consulting, technical assistance, and training services to strengthen international development programs, organizations, and policies.

    We provide services globally in the areas of monitoring and evaluation, strategic planning, project and program design, organizational capacity building, and gender and social analysis. SI services cross-cut all development sectors including democracy and governance, health, education, the environment, and economic growth. SI’s clients include US government agencies such as USAID, the Millennium Challenge Corporation, the US Department of State, bilateral donors, multilateral development banks, foundations, and non-profits.

    Project Objective:

    The five-year $19 million Ethiopia Performance Monitoring and Evaluation Service (EPMES) activity aims to provide USAID/Ethiopia with project/activity external evaluation, performance monitoring and performance management support services in alignment with the USAID Automated Directives System (ADS) and Evaluation Policy. It is anticipated that this contract will assist USAID/Ethiopia and its partners to generate empirical data on project/activity implementation as well as foster learning and knowledge management to improve evidence-based project design and development programming in support of the Country Development and Cooperation Strategy (CDCS).

    The Contractor will provide support services at all stages of USAID’s program cycle. Specific services to be provided under this contract include implementation of external evaluations, as directed by the Mission’s Program Office and Development Objective Teams/Technical Offices; management and monitoring and evaluation (M&E) technical capacity building for implementing partners (IPs), select local organizations, and Mission staff on M&E best practices, data collection, data analysis and data quality assurance practices; support to technical offices to analyze geo-referenced data and produce maps with geographic information system (GIS) tools; and support to IPs and Mission staff for the ongoing use of the Agency’s portfolio management system(s), including AID tracker Plus (AT+), for active performance management.

    The expected results of this contract are to build internal and external M&E capacities of USAID staff and IPs to improve accountability and the use of empirical evidence for programming, learning and adapting at every stage of the project cycle.

    Position Description:

    Social Impact is seeking a short-term local technical specialist to support a USAID-funded health sector reform performance evaluation under the EPMES activity. This assignment will take place in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. The expected period of performance is from September to December 2016.

    Requirements:

  • Master’s degree in public health, health economics, health systems or related field is required; a PhD is strongly preferred.
  • At least 5 years of experience working in performance monitoring and evaluation of health sector development activities
  • Expertise in health economics, health sector reform, health systems or related areas, including experience with community-based health insurance models.
  • Contextual knowledge of the country’s health sector reform issues and experience collaborating with the Government of Ethiopia’s Federal Ministry of Health
  • Must possess a strong understanding of monitoring and evaluation, demonstrating experience with evaluation standards and data collection considerations.
  • Proficiency in English and Amharic
  • Strong English writing skills

    How to apply:

    For more information and job application details, see; Local Technical Specialist, Health Sector Finance Reform, USAID/Ethiopia Performance Monitoring and Evaluation Service (EPMES) Activity


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