Zoa Relief I HopeI Recovery Programme Coordinator Jobs in Ethiopia
Zoa Relief I HopeI Recovery Programme Coordinator Jobs in EthiopiaJob Id
: 212496 Category
: Development and Project Management Location
: Dollo Ado, Somali Career Level
: Mid Level ( 2+ - 5 years experience) Employment Type
: Full time Salary
: Job DescriptionAbout ZOA
ZOA supports those affected by violent conflicts, natural disasters, and chronic poverty in fragile states, irrespective of race, gender, ethnicity, religion, or age.
By working alongside communities, we contribute to signs of hope and restoration, supporting people to overcome hardship and rebuild their lives.
Inspired by our Christian faith, we provide relief, hope and recovery to people impacted by conflicts and disasters, as we work towards a world where people have hope and live dignified lives in peaceful communities.
We value people, we are faithful, we are good stewards, and we serve with integrity. In Ethiopia, ZOA delivers innovative, and ground-breaking projects in Food Security and Livelihoods, WASH, TVET, Humanitarian Relief, and Peacebuilding, with a strong focus on inclusion, participation and sustainability, thereby achieving lasting positive change.
We value our employees and offer a wide range of benefits to meet the specific needs of our staff and their families.I. Purpose of the position
The key responsibilities of this position is to ensure the smooth implementation of ZOA’s Dolo Ado programme, supporting positive working relationships with ZOA’s partners in the area, and leading the team to guarantee that all stages of project cycle management, including budgeting, delivery, integration with programme planning, monitoring and reporting are undertaken in a timely manner.
Engagement with government agencies and other stakeholders, as well as supporting programme development and grant acquisition are also key duties. The Programme Coordinator (Dolo Ado) reports to ZOA Ethiopia’s Regional Programme Manager.II. Main activitiesProgramme Implementation Pro-actively organize and conduct needs assessments, beneficiary engagement exercises, surveys and focus group discussions in collaboration with ZOA’s Regional Programme Manager;
Under the supervision of ZOA’s Regional Programme Manager, directly manage the implementation of ZOA’s Dolo Ado programme, ensuring that activities are implemented, that planned meetings take place, that high quality and accurate narrative and financial reports are submitted on time;
Ensure that all planned activities are implemented within agreed budget parameters;
Produce and compile internal reports, including coordination and reporting on the project areas;
Initiate and coordinate planned Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning (MEAL) activities in the Dolo Ado programme;
Ensure programmatic documents are complete, current, and stored appropriately
Minimize the organization’s exposure and risk.
Compile and submit internal and external, technical and progress reports to the line manager;
Ensure clear channels of communication within the staff team in the programme area and with the regional office;
Be available during working hours to respond to any queries from ZOA colleagues and other relevant stakeholders and to respond in a timely and accurate manner;
Develop and maintain partnerships with the government offices stakeholders and collaborators within the programme area;
Participate in the project management, monitoring and analysis of output and outcome indicator;
Keep the project team well informed of changes within the organization and also information’s related to general environment;
To alert the Regional Programme Manager and/or ZOA senior managment of any serious adverse events that could impact on the programme;
Develop project activity budget, work plan and expenditure forecasts, for submission to the Regional Programme Manager and ZOA’s Director of Operations;
Develop monthly activity related financial budget and project expenditure forecasts;
Submit punctual monthly expenditure report according to donor guidelines;
Review timely monthly financial report on correct bookings and correctness;
Responsible for field expenses and field financial management ensuring strictly standards, rules and procedures provided;
Guarantee that all ZOA and relevant donor procurement guidelines are adhered to at all times;
Ensure the proper management of all ZOA vehicles and motorbikes and associated expenses;
Ensure all programme legal documents are complete and up to date;
Manage programme budget to ensure funds are responsibly utilized as allocated.
Operations and Security
Implement and improve systems for transparent and sound project implementation;
In charge of project related logistics and financial management at the field office, ensuring strict adherence to donor and ZOA rules & regulations;
Supervise, manage, and monitor all programme related operations ensuring timely and cost-efficient delivery of all ordered goods in all the field locations;
Ensure compliance with standard policies and procedures;
Coordinate activities by scheduling work assignments, setting priorities, and facilitating the implementation of the activities;
Ensuring the security and care of ZOA properties and goods entrusted to ZOA by others
The Programme Coordinator is authorized and accountable within the framework and limits defined as follows:
Implementation of the ZOA Dolo Ado Programme as set out in ZOA’s formal documents, including ZOA Ethiopia’s Management Charter;
Line Management of the local team, according to ZOA policies and procedures.
The Programme Coordinator is line managed by the Regional Area Manager.
Local Government Officials;
Local Development Agencies (UN, NGOs etc)
ZOA Regional Programme Manager
ZOA Manager of Programme Quality
Emergency Project Coordinator, Livelihood Officer, Finance and Operation officer
Qualifications and Experience:
Degree qualification in livelihoods, WASH, natural resource management, community development or related courses
Complementary training in humanitarian action, rural development, food security, WASH will be an added advantage
At least 3 years of experience in the field implementation of food security, livelihoods, WASH and natural resource management projects in relief and/or post-conflict settings in national or international NGO
Have an excellent understanding of project documents including the log frame, M&E plan and work plan·
Excellent knowledge of spoken and written English. Fluency in Somali Language is strongly desired
Strong personal initiative and learning capacity
Strong analytical, facilitation, teamwork and interpersonal skills
Problem resolving capacity and autonomy
Organized and capable of prioritizing
Excellent written communications and a strong ability to produce high-quality reports
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.
Zoa Relief I HopeI Recovery Programme Coordinator Jobs in Ethiopia