Zoa Relief I HopeI Recovery Livestock and Fishery Officer Jobs in Ethiopia
Zoa Relief I HopeI Recovery Livestock and Fishery Officer Jobs in EthiopiaJob DescriptionAbout ZOAZOA works with committed and motivated staff in serving millions of people affected by poverty, disaster, injustice and conflicts.
Through the efforts of our dedicated staff, we are able to bring Signs of Hope and to support people who suffer due to armed conflict or natural disasters by helping them to rebuild their livelihoods.
We value our employees and offer a wide range of benefits to meet the specific needs of our staff and their families.
He/she plans, organizes, coordinates and monitors the l activities in the program office and coordinates this with the other related Livelihoods and food security Officers in the camps and hosting communities;
facilitates and follows up recruitment of livelihood animators based on ZOA's rules and regulations;
prepares activity plans and budgets; facilitates and coordinate provision of all necessary inputs for livelihood and food security activities;
conducts assessment of livelihood and food security programs;
prepares and submits periodic project activity reports
Typical Responsibilities - Key end Results of the Position
Coordinate and supervise the implementation of the livestock and fishery livelihood and agricultural activities in a timely manner with both refugees, IDPs and the host community in camps and woreda settings.
Coordinate and supervise the implementation of the agriculture based Vocational Skills Training (VST), livelihood and agricultural activities in a timely manner with both refugees and the host community in camp and woreda/village settings
Coordinate and supervise the set up and/or monitoring of trainees or livestock and fishery group of beneficiaries in order to create market linkages between the host and refugee communities.
Facilitate livestock and fishery related training activities with livestock and fishery bureau experts/ training providers as needed
Ensure technical quality and accuracy of ZOA agricultural, food security and livelihood projects;
Conduct regular field visits in the camp and woreda/village setting to project sites to verify quality/progress of food security, agricultural and livelihood program interventions
Build, maintain and strengthen relationships and linkages with local authorities, communities, NGOs, UN, ARRA and other key stakeholders in the area of agriculture, food security and livelihood
Provide quality reports timely have a proper documentation
Conduct related assessments and stakeholder
Follow-up and supports the preparation of reports for the concerned government offices and donors
Acquaint new agricultural technology & disseminate to the rural community
Serve as a bridge between Host communities & refugees production and integration
Undertake all activities related livestock, fishery /production & development including study the market for community development.
Strengthen the relationships with similar stalk holders in Gambella, like Gambella university and Gambella research center for the sustainability of the project and strong collaboration
Performs other related tasks as required
Dealing with Problems
The Livestock and fishery officer will work with the Livelihood and food security facilitators, DAs to provide guidance at the program office level as well as oversee livestock and fishery activities through providing technical support and guidance.
Communications and Working Relationships
Should be able to have a medium level of interaction with government officials to facilitate project activities
Educational Qualification and Experience
B.Sc or Master’s Degree in Agriculture/Animal Science/Fishery (Animal Husbandry or other relevant field preferred
Minimum 4 years’ for degree and 2 years for masters relevant professional experience regarding agricultural and business, working with refugees
Proven experience in Gambella region with hosting communities and refugees and similar to the sector
Skills Specific to the Post
Commitment to the vision and mission of ZOA Relief \Hope\ Recovery;
Excellent understanding of local context preferred
Demonstrated ability to meet strict deadlines and work independently and cooperatively with team members in a cross-cultural environment
Ability to work in hardship condition
Good Communications Skill both English and local language
How to Apply
If you are interested in this position, please apply via ethiojobs.net by sending your CV and a motivation letter indicating your suitability for this position to before the due date
Please provide at least 3 references related to your previous employment listed in your CV or motivation letter.
References of previous positions held should not be older than five years .
Only selected candidates will be contacted and invited to participate in the process of recruitment.
It is our aim to inform candidates of their status in the recruitment process within 4 weeks after the vacancy has closed.
A written test will be part of the recruitment procedure.
Documents that do not match the profile above will not be considered.
Internal candidates will have priority, in case of similar results.
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