Rss en-us Mon, 19 Nov 2018 22:44:15 GMT Mon, 19 Nov 2018 22:44:15 GMT <![CDATA[Administration Assistant II]]>
  •  Draft letters in both English and Amharic at the request of program and administrative staff;
  • Take minutes of Population Council meetings and ensure proper documentation of discussions and decisions;
  • Arrange and manage national and international travel including accommodation, itineraries, and all correspondence related to arrangements as needed for PC staff and incoming visitors;
  • Format and translate reports, presentations, briefs, questionnaires and other documents;
  • Organize and make arrangements for meeting and appointments;
  • Perform clerical tasks, such as preparing memoranda, agendas, invoices and other indexed documents according to an established system;
  • Assist the Country Director, other staff in any other activities as requested;
  • Support administration of the human resources functions in the office, including ensuring that all certifications and documentation is complete for all employees;
  • Organize large disseminations, workshop, training (organizing invitations and RSVPs, preparing table tents, banners, publication stands etc.)
  •  Keep update the organization’s distribution and invitation list;
  •  Carry out other similar activities assigned by supervisor;

NOTE: These duties and responsibilities can be changed, adjusted or modified at any time by the job holder’s supervisors in the best interest of the organization.

Mon, 19 Nov 2018 11:46:39 GMT
<![CDATA[Re-Advertising Project Manager (Social Behavioural Change Communication /Demand creation )]]>

Plan International is an independent non-profit organization that advances children’s well-being and equality for girls. Working in building powerful partnerships for children for over 75 years and present in 70 countries, Plan International strives for a just world, tackling the root causes of the challenges facing girls and all vulnerable children while working together with children, young people, our supporters and partners. Plan International Ethiopia is looking for Project Manager (Social Behavioural Change Communication /Demand creation  ) for Country Office who will be reporting to the WASH Program Lead.

The position holder also delivers adequate support and assistance for the implementation of the project communication strategy with an aim of enhancing the overall achievement of the program through internal and external communications and public relations activities that build visibility, and brand; increase knowledge and awareness of program goal and Plan in Ethiopia within different audiences, and that support key business processes including but not limited to program communication, knowledge management and learning.


  • The project holder is responsible to manage the overall project strategic role, implementation role project staff management and leading role, external and internal communication including donor communication and communication among and with project consortium member.
  • Responsible to Provide leadership and technical expertise to design, develop and monitor SBCC strategies for improved sanitation product and service in collaboration with the government offices and selected institutions, through a mentoring, learning by doing approach
  • Lead, coach and supervise project staff to develop and implement SBCC strategies
  • Support the development of innovative new approaches to SBCC, including use of Information and Communication Technology
  • Support design and implementation of SBCC-specific capacity building activities to partners and front line health extension works
  • Contribute to capacity building , formative researching and gap and lesson identification activities
  • Oversees, financial, and operational management of the project, ensuring accurate and timely financial reporting, budget monitoring, and compliance with USAID procedures in all financial, contractual, and procurement activities.
  • Prepare quarterly and annual reports as required, detailing the performance of the SBCC program, including reports and others as directed
  • Support and assist country Program Quality Department, including M and E team in proper data monitoring, analysis and reporting pertaining to respective project initiative
  • Integrate and implement broader Social and Behaviour Change Communication (SBCC) strategy in to improved WASH product market activities into project’s
  • Monitor WASH demand creation activities according to the M&E framework, and assess whether are achieving desired goals
  • Contribute to all WASH content for reports and meet all reporting requirements.
  • Gather feedback on implementation of SBCC strategies in piloted districts and provide technical support, when necessary
  • She/he will ensure a smooth working environment and teamwork within Plan International Ethiopia, the respective field staff and across the Transform WASH partners;
  • VSLA groups and WASH product and service construction and implementation follow up, Guidance and integration with the social behavioural change activities.
  • Build the technical Capacity of district office, Kebele  Administrators, HEWs, and other local level actors using proven approaches, according the national strategy, to promote demand creation for improved sanitation and health hygienic behaviour
  • Shall perform any other duties as assigned by his line manager, the sponsorship and Communication Manager and/or the CD.
  •  Ensures that Plan International’s global policies for Child Protection (CPP) and Gender Equality and Inclusion (GEI) are fully embedded in accordance with the principles and requirements of the policy including relevant Implementation Standards and Guidelines as applicable to their area of responsibility. This includes, but is not limited to, ensuring staff and associates are aware of and understand their responsibilities under these policies and Plan International’s Code of Conduct (CoC), their relevance to their area of work, and that concerns are reported and managed in accordance with the appropriate procedures.

 Key relationships

  • Working in Coordination with relevant government ministries, projects and working groups
  • Support relevant trainings, meeting and workshops relative to WASH at the national, department, district and community levels.
  • Provide strategic, technical, guidance for the transform WASH program and work closely and in collaboration and sector sharing and learning to and with the consortium members ;
  • Conduct regular reporting to the WASH lead, and consortium prime, on periodic reports and planning’s, successes, challenges and lessons learned.
  • Work closely with program leadership team to plan program activities
  • Ensure quality project delivery at all levels of the project cycle management in line with the child centered community development approach.
  • Provide strategic, technical, and managerial guidance for the regional SBCC coordinators and transform WASH project staffs;
  • Ensure optimum community involvement (district health office and kebele Administration) in the conceptualization, development, management, monitoring and evaluation of projects.
  • Comply with USAID requirements, PQP implementation, and fund & grant management guidelines. Monitor project implementation processes, coordinate evaluations, share learning, and document best practices; ensure project learning and achievements are documented and disseminated widely
  • Shall perform and support any other duties as assigned by s/his line manager, and WASH program lead.
  • Builds and maintains effective relationships with their team, colleagues, Members and external partners and supporters.

Mon, 19 Nov 2018 10:51:52 GMT
<![CDATA[Emergency Response Manager]]>

Plan International is an independent non-profit organization that advances children’s well-being and equality for girls. Working in building powerful partnerships for children for over 75 years and present in 70 countries, Plan International strives for a just world, tackling the root causes of the challenges facing girls and all vulnerable children while working together with children, young people, our supporters and partners. Plan International Ethiopia is looking for Emergency Response Manager for Gambella who will be reporting to the Humanitarian Director.

The key role of the Emergency Response Manager is to ensure the development and implementation of six emergency response plans as follows:

  • Emergency response program plan;
  • Emergency response funding plan;
  • Emergency response communication plan;
  • Emergency response capacity and capability plan;
  • Emergency response partnership plan; and
  • Emergency response logistics plan. 
  • Dimensions of Role:

    Assessment, program design and planning

    ·   In association with the Country Director, Head of Programmes and Programme Manager ensure emergency assessments are executed and an integrated emergency response, implementation and clear exit strategies are developed.

    ·  Coordinate the development of all project implementation plans and budgets within the framework of the agreed emergency response programme and strategy.

    ·  In collaboration with the business development team, assist and advise the Country Director with securing donor funding for emergency projects.

    ·  In collaboration with the business development team, oversee project design and proposal preparations for institutional and public funding


    Emergency project management and implementation

    ·  Maintain closer ongoing surveillance of the developing humanitarian emergency situation, including the refugee crisis, and adjust interventions and activities according to gaps and needs.

    ·  Ensure adequate monitoring, reporting and acquittal of emergency response activities in accordance with Plan’s humanitarian accountability framework, relevant SPHERE standards, and essential environmental mitigation measures.

    ·  Ensure that the different sectoral and sub-sectoral activities are implemented in a coordinated and integrated manner with relevant stakeholders and counterparts.

    ·  Ensure all personnel understand and carry out their duties in accordance with humanitarian principles, core values, Code of Conduct and the SPHERE standards.


    Key End Results and typical Responsibilities:

     General management and leadership

    ·   Ensure all team members are fully briefed on all aspects of security in collaboration with the security coordinator, social and cultural norms and local conditions and behaviour while implementing the emergency response.

    ·    Lead the Plan emergency response team and be responsible for the quality and effectiveness of Plan’s emergency response and be accountable for developing, planning, implementation, coordinating and managing emergency activities.

    ·   Establish and maintain constructive working relationships, with other NGO’s, UN agencies, host government, bilateral and multilateral donors, and other principle stakeholders including the UNHCR and UNICEF.

    ·  Take active role in representing plan in cluster coordination and humanitarian forums.

    ·   Recommend changes to team composition and functioning with Country Office and partners to maximise emergency programme both in term of quality and effectiveness.

    ·  Create the conditions to ensure effective teamwork and morale through team building exercises and practices.

    · Conduct performance appraisals of emergency response team staff as required and ensure regular feedback and mentoring of individual performances.

    ·   Ensure the Country Director and the Country Management Team are kept informed about assessment progress, emergency response implementation and strategies, project plans, progress reports, budget and other significant developments.

    ·   Promote a productive work environment respectful of the Code of Conduct with zero tolerance for verbal and physical abuse or discrimination against children and other persons on the grounds of race, colour, sex or creed.

    ·  Design and operationalize all emergency response programs as per International Humanitarian Principles.

    Represent and build the profile of Plan Ethiopia on emergency work and maintain adequate accountability and transparency in our work

Mon, 19 Nov 2018 10:37:58 GMT
<![CDATA[Guest Relation Agent]]>

Golden Tulip Addis Ababa Hotel is a 5-Star upscale Hotel, part of Louvre Hotels Group, an International Hotel Chain, located behind Berhane Adere Mall in the Bole Medhanialem Church area, about 2km away from Bole International Airport. The hotel is looking for qualified candidates for the following positions.

Mon, 19 Nov 2018 10:28:02 GMT
<![CDATA[Reservation Agent]]>

Golden Tulip Addis Ababa Hotel is a 5-Star upscale Hotel, part of Louvre Hotels Group, an International Hotel Chain, located behind Berhane Adere Mall in the Bole Medhanialem Church area, about 2km away from Bole International Airport. The hotel is looking for qualified candidates for the following positions.

Mon, 19 Nov 2018 10:26:41 GMT
<![CDATA[Water Supply Monitoring and Capacity Building Consultant]]>


Under a four-year contract with the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), AECOM International Development is implementing the USAID Lowland Water Sanitation and Hygiene (Lowland WASH) Activity to support increased access to improved drinking water supply sources and sanitation facilities on a sustainable basis, promote widespread adoption of key hygiene behaviors, improve efficiency and sustainability of food production from irrigated and rain-fed agricultural systems, and advance water resource governance and data management.  The Activity aims to expand sustainable water use for agriculture in Somali, Afar and SNNP (lowland areas) regions of Ethiopia with populations vulnerable to drought and climate change. Under this Activity, the project also implements activities in collaboration with USAID’s Sustainable WASH Systems- Learning Partnership (SWS-LP), implemented by IRC-WASH.


This position is an opportunity to locally drive a highly innovative activity that has the potential to substantially improve rural water supply services in Afar. It is expected to reduce downtimes of rural water schemes and improve access to water services across the entire region.

Activities are focused on providing sustainable water supply services through the use of improved information and asset management systems. Through this Activity, AECOM and IRC-WASH are seeking a consultant, and the overall duties and responsibilities include (but not limited to):

  • The consultant will support the facilitation of capacity building and learning activities within the Afar Water & Irrigation Development Bureau (AWIDB);
  •  The consultant will support the AWIDB in the utilization and institutionalization of the Afar Water Asset Management System (AMS) as well as sensor-generated borehole information for improved management of operations, maintenance and repair activities. [The Afar AMS is basically an online database of water assets which is specifically customized for Afar, and is based on the mWater web platform];
  • The consultant will ensure effective collaboration among partners within Afar, working to ensure that partners align and coordinate activities wherever possible.

The position is offered initially on a six-month contract basis and the consultant will be based in Semera, Afar. Based on his/her performance, there will be opportunities for continuation within the programs of AECOM or IRCWASH.

Mon, 19 Nov 2018 09:56:25 GMT
<![CDATA[Marketing and Leasing Officer]]>

Zefmesh Grand Mall needs to fill an opening for the position of Marketing and Leasing Officer. We operate a 180-retail outlet mall and related properties in Megenanga. We also operate a Furniture import and retail business in Gerji and Megenanga. As a Marketing and Leasing Officer, you will become the public face of our business and the key liaison between the management office and our current and prospective Tenants/Customers. We’re looking for a Sociable, Punctual, Accountable and organized individual who has previous Marketing and sales experience and can offer competent service to our Tenants and customers. 


  • promotional activities
  • maintaining websites and looking at data analytics
  • organizing events and product exhibitions
  • updating databases and using a customer relationship management (CRM) system
  • coordinating internal marketing and an organization’s culture
  • monitoring performance
  • Managing campaigns on social media.
Mon, 19 Nov 2018 09:26:25 GMT
  • Drives assigned diplomatic vehicle carefully and follows transport policy at all times.
  • Ensures assigned vehicle is properly serviced, washed & greased as required.
  • Ensures that assigned vehicle has up-to-date insurance coverage and has undergone annual inspection before deadline.
  • Assists the embassy with administrative responsibilities, as needed

Terms of Employment: One-year contract with a possibility of extension.

Mon, 19 Nov 2018 09:17:27 GMT
<![CDATA[Finance and Administration Country Officer]]>
CEFA (European Committee for Training and Agriculture) is a Non-Government Organisation whose headquarter is in Bologna, Italy. CEFA works in North/East Africa and Latin America with international donors, mainly in the following activities: 1) Rural economy with production, transformation and commercialization of agricultural products; 2) Crafting products; 3) Basic infrastructures to guarantee water access, requalification and environment protection of the territory and the use of renewable energies; 4) Technical and Management training.
In Ethiopia CEFA is registered since April 2018.
CEFA is looking for a highly motivated and capable professional to fill the post of  Finance and Administration Country Manager ensuring effective and transparent systems are implemented for financial transactions, recording, H&R management, office and project administration and timely reporting to management, governments and donors.
  • Manage the organization in the development of Human Resource and Property Administration Systems according to the country strategy, CEFA requirements and Ethiopian laws and regulations;
  • Responsible for processing Tender dossier and procurement process;
  • Ensure that payment of taxes and other government obligations are completed on time;
  • Responsible for organizing missions to field offices to strengthen the management at field level of Administration and Human Resources;
  • Ensure the legality of the all contractual agreements before signature;
  • Provide general administrative support to staff including the preparation of correspondence, arranging meetings, assistance with the coordination of functions, management of high level visits;
  • Maintain formats and other necessarily documents and reports in relation to assignments;
  • support the Country Representative in the redaction of the country administrative manual.
  • Arrange staff contracts taking properly care of benefits and duties that are assigned to the staff;
  • Manage personnel file, record staff annual leaves and ensure the archive of all the necessary documentation;
  • Prepare payrolls;
  • Prepare severance payments.
  • Ensure day to day accounting activities;
  • Categorize payments clearly and precisely under the appropriate expenditure codes of respective projects;
  • Prepare vouchers, cheques, CPOs, transfer letters;
  • Provide ledgers and other relevant financial documents to the project documentation;
  • Produce bank and cash statements and reconciliation;
  • Produce annual financial report;
  • Prepare all the documents requested for audit;
  • Insure that purchase related expenses are supported with all the necessary financial documents as per procurement procedures;
  • Control and follow up each project accounts and receive and check bank and cash reconciliation from field offices;
  • Check the quality of invoices and payment documents after payments are made according to the procurement procedures;
  • Keep relationships with banks, suppliers and local authorities offices;
  • Prepare tax (IT, WHT, pension) computations;
  • Perform additional position-related tasks assigned to him/her by Vice-Country Representative or Country Representative.
Mon, 19 Nov 2018 09:14:00 GMT
<![CDATA[Project Officer & Accountant]]>
To provide financial management, programmatic and project management support to Tearfund Ireland’s projects and partner organisations towards ensuring that projects are implemented, monitored, evaluated and reported in accordance with Tearfund Ireland’s Quality Standards and within the organisation’s Financial Management systems and as required by donors. Part of the role is based in the office of Tearfund Ireland and another part involves working directly at the office of a local faith based partner.
In addition to a relevant degree and work experience, the post-holder must have a heart for the poor and marginalized and a passion to see holistic transformation of communities and individuals using locally available assets. He/she is committed to and shares in the outworking of Tearfund Ireland’s Mission,
Purpose and Values ( The post-holder will be expected to behave in accordance with Tearfund Ireland’s ‘Code of Conduct’ as referred to in the Personal Conduct Policy. He/she will at all times, carry out their responsibilities with the utmost respect for the protection of children in accordance with Tearfund Ireland’s Child Protection Policy.
  • Support, compile and manage projects, partner organisations and the Tearfund Ireland office inbudget preparation and reviews, financial reports, on-granting and procurements. Ensure that these are carried out and documented in line with best practice accounting principles and in compliance with government and donor requirements, as well as Tearfund Ireland’s procedures.
  •  Liaise with internal and external auditors, so that audits run smoothly and lessons learned are captured and integrated, and manuals developed further. Ensure that internal controls are followed in a transparent manner and that data is stored securely.
  •  Participate in and support the process of planning, development and implementation of projects withpartners in the region supported by the Ethiopia office.
  •  Closely work with partners, particularly faith based partner organisations, in the design and implementation of an effective financial and programmes monitoring and evaluation system by which to measure project/programme performance. Supports partners to improve on reporting, and documenting their work.
  • Ensures Tearfund funded project and programmes are effectively implemented, monitored, evaluated and reported on in accordance with Tearfund Ireland’s financial management system. This includes ensuring that reports are received and completed and that the different elements are coherent.
  •  Identifies capacity gaps (Project Cycle Management, Self Organised Learning, SHG Approach, Church and Community Mobilisation, expert support etc.) and provides training, mentoring and on the job coaching to Tearfund Ireland staff and partner organisation staff in financial management,programme implementation, monitoring and evaluation, etc.
  •  Supports the further development of systems and means.
  •  Undertakes regular field visits to assess projects’ progress and achievements against approved plans and reporting issues of concern and learning to Programmes Coordinator and where relevant to the wider Tearfund Ireland Team. Produces case studies and captures lessons, while contributing to the further improvement of approaches and tools.
  • Supports Tearfund Ireland team and partners in the implementation of Tearfund’s Quality Standards, Impact Assessment, documenting lessons learned.
  •  Participates in organising and facilitating meetings and workshops. Assists partners in establishing baseline surveys, mid and end programme evaluations.


  • Promotes and adheres to Tearfund Ireland’s Purpose, Basis of Faith, Core Values and Operating Principles.
  • Contributes towards the induction of project staff, ensuring their familiarity with Tearfund Ireland’s mandate, values, Quality Standards, policies, programme objectives, and their individual responsibilities in upholding these standards and policies
  •  Ensures approved projects and programmes are in compliance with Tearfund Ireland requirements with required information being filed as required and Tearfund Ireland Quality are embraced with integrity.


  •  Participates in team planning and ensure that the Tearfund Ireland team can make decisions and establish plans by which effective measurement and reporting on Country Strategy can be realised.
  •  Attends and represents Tearfund Ireland in fora and meetings with external stakeholders if and when delegated by Regional Programmes Coordinator or Tearfund Ireland team members


  • Reports directly to the Regional Programmes Coordinator and other Tearfund Ireland programme and finance staff in Dublin.
  •  Closely works with representatives from organisations Tearfund Ireland partners with. The strengthening of the capacity of partner organisations, which includes a part time secondment to a faith based partner organisation.
Mon, 19 Nov 2018 09:14:00 GMT