Chemonics International Inc., a leading international consulting firm based in Washington, D.C., seeks experienced chief of party, deputy chief of party, grants manager, office manager, communications specialist, accountant, and component leader candidates for the anticipated 5-year, USAID-funded Strengthening Institutions for Peace and Development II (SIPED II) in Ethiopia project. This project will increase the resiliency of communities to deal with conflict. The purpose of the Program is to establish and strengthen partnerships between government officials and local communities to better understand and address the issues that may lead to violent conflict and to ensure that all development and adaptation interventions are conflict sensitive. Elevating the voice and positive contribution of women and youth will be at the core of all aspects of SIPED II. The program will focus at the national level with the Ministry of Federal Affairs and the regional state government of Southern Nations, Nationalities and People’s Region (SNNPR) and local levels in Hawassa, South Omo Zone, Konso, Derashe and possibly Arba Minch Zuria; Oromia and its regional state borders, Somali and Gambella regional states and their borders.