Rss en-us Thu, 24 Oct 2019 02:08:13 GMT Thu, 24 Oct 2019 02:08:13 GMT editor@example.com webmaster@example.com <![CDATA[Cervical Cancer Screening and Control Clinical Advisor]]>


Job Title:                    Cervical Cancer Screening and Control Clinical Advisor

Duty Station:                Addis Ababa

Line Manager:             Director, Regional Program Implementation Department

 

Job Summary

Under the guidance of the Regional Program Implementation Department at central office, the cervical ca screening and control advisor will support the design and implementation of cervical screening and control program at national level and its implementation in selected federal and Gambella health facilities.

Major Duties and Responsibilities

As Central PMTCT/Central Cervical Ca Screening and Control Advisor, the incumbent will have the following responsibilities:

·         Actively participate and support the National Cervical screening and control TWG

  • Support FMOH in the development/revision  of national Cervical screening and control guidelines ,training curriculum ,job aides and M&E tools
  • Support the FMOH in the provision of national  Cervical screening and control TOT
  • Participate and provide technical assistance to FMOH in JSS and  Review Meetings

·         To oversee the  planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of Cervical screening and control program at  Regional Health Bureaus and health facilities

  • Provide technical assistance to the emerging RHBs in developing/updating/customizing  different provider support tools and client education materials and ensure the distribution and utilization 
  • Organize and provide basic  Cervical screening and control  trainings in ICAP supported selected federal and Gambella  facilities
  • Ensure the availability of Cervical screening and control minimum services package in ICAP supported selected federal and Gambella  facilities
  • Support the procurement and distribution of Cervical screening and control equipment and supplies  to ICAP supported facilities
  • Support the printing and distribution of Cervical screening and control job aides and client education materials
  • Support facilities  in conducting Cervical screening and control quality improvement initiatives  and build capacity to benchmark and scale-up best Cervical screening and control QI practices

·          Prepare and harmonize annual, semi-annual, quarterly and monthly  plan with FMOH and  RHBs 

·         Participate actively in monthly, quarterly, semi-annual and annual ICAP performance review meetings.

·         Compiles monthly, quarterly, semi-annual and annual activity reports

·         Ensure  all targets are met; and

·         With the regional ICAP’s  mentors ,participate in the clinical systems mentorship and supportive supervision as deemed as necessary

·         Perform others duties assigned by the supervisor

 

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Wed, 23 Oct 2019 10:35:32 GMT
<![CDATA[Interns (HR and IT)]]>

Recruitment of two Interns for British Embassy HR and IT Units

1.    HR Intern

 Purpose of the Internship

The internship is learning and working opportunity that targets fresh graduates. The Intern will assist and learn HR and Office Support operations in the British Embassy Addis Ababa.

2.    IT Intern

Purpose of the Internship

The internship is learning and working opportunity that targets fresh graduates. The Intern will assist and learn IT operations in the British Embassy Addis Ababa.

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Wed, 23 Oct 2019 10:21:24 GMT
<![CDATA[Communications Officer B3 (33/19 ADD)]]>

Communications Officer B3 (33/19 ADD)

The British Government is an inclusive and diversity-friendly employer.  We value difference, promote equality and challenge discrimination, enhancing our organisational capability. We welcome and encourage applications from people of all backgrounds. We do not discriminate on the basis of disability, race, colour, ethnicity, gender, religion, sexual orientation, age, veteran status or other category protected by law. We promote family-friendly flexible working opportunities, where operational and security needs allow.  

Job Category:  Foreign and Commonwealth Office (Policy & Political roles)

Job Subcategory:  Communications, Press and Media  

Job Description (Roles and Responsibilities)  

Main purpose of job:

The job holder will lead engagement with Ethiopia’s media industry, helping to inform and influence key decision makers and the general public about the work of the embassy. Joining a growing team the job holder will act as the main point of contact for media enquiries delivering key messages that promote the work of the UK in Ethiopia. The job holder will help the embassy build links with influencers and stakeholders as well as supporting the Ambassador and other members of the senior team with media and TV interviews. The job holder will continually monitor local media reporting on areas of interest to the UK through timely and succinct reporting.  

Roles and responsibilities:

  • The UK’s Embassy in Addis Ababa is one of our largest in Africa, and the development programme run from within it is our biggest on the continent. The UK also works closely with the Government of Ethiopia on matters of regional and international security, and in promoting economic reform and protecting human rights. 

  • We are proud of our longstanding bilateral relationship with Ethiopia and as Ethiopia reforms we are keen to further improve our relationship with the country’s growing and evolving media industry. We are therefore expanding our communications team, linking in with new influencers and activists as well as retaining our strong relationship with traditional print media, TV and radio. This role, sits within the Communications, Engagement and Soft Power Team and will help showcase the important work the UK is doing to support Ethiopia’s development. 

  • The successful candidate’s primary role will be to act as the lead press officer helping to promote a positive image of the UK. They will do this through building strong links within Ethiopia’s media industry, linking in with new stakeholders and influencers active on social media. The job holder will deliver high quality press-releases so excellent English language skills are essential. The successful candidate will also regularly brief the Ambassador and other senior team members ahead of interviews, ensuring our key messages are delivered and reported local media. Occasional regional travel in Ethiopia will also be required as the embassy looks to increase its reach and influence throughout Ethiopia’s regions. To build these links knowledge of one of Ethiopia’s regional languages is desirable. 

  • The job holder will also provide regular reporting on the state of the media industry and media freedom in Ethiopia. To do this they will need to use their imitative, working with others across the embassy to get a gain a clear and accurate picture of the challenges the media industry is facing and how it will be impacted by new regulations and the rise of social media influencers. The officer will help support the delivery of the embassy’s media freedom work, helping to advise where the UK should look to support and influence to help empower local journalists to deliver fair, accurate and impartial reporting.

  • The jobholder will also support the wider communications and soft power team, particularly on producing engaging social media content. This will include the opportunity to learn new digital skills and travel on field trips to gather content with different teams within the embassy.

    This is a wide ranging job covering the fill range of communications work. The position offers an excellent opportunity for a junior professional to refine their media skills and perfect their analysis and reporting through regular contact with senior members of the embassy team 

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Wed, 23 Oct 2019 10:03:53 GMT
<![CDATA[Request for Quotation for Website Design Service]]>

Summary

VNG International B.V PLC is involved in the Multi-donor Trust Fund for the Ethiopia Social Accountability Program Project, administered by the World Bank under the auspices of the Ministry of Finance (MoF). The company is seeking quotations from qualified web designers for the design of a new website.  

you can get the TOR Detail form the link below 

Final ToR - Website Development.docx

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Wed, 23 Oct 2019 09:58:53 GMT
<![CDATA[Dy. Manager(Production)]]> Our Company would like to invite qualified personnel from external for the following position]]> Wed, 23 Oct 2019 09:39:08 GMT <![CDATA[Field Nutrition Emergency Associate,Service Contract-Level 6, Addis Ababa (1)]]>

ABOUT WFP

Assisting 91.4 million people in around 83 countries each year, the World Food Programme (WFP) is the leading humanitarian organization saving lives and changing lives, delivering food assistance in emergencies and working with communities to improve nutrition and build resilience. On any given day, WFP has 5,000 trucks, 20 ships and 92 planes on the move, delivering food and other assistance to those in most need. Every year, we distribute more than 15 billion rations at an estimated average cost per ration of US$ 0.31. These numbers lie at the roots of WFP’s unparalleled reputation as an emergency responder, one that gets the job done quickly at scale in the most difficult environments. WFP’s efforts focus on emergency assistance, relief and rehabilitation, development aid and special operations.

 

WFP Ethiopia is working with the government and other humanitarian partners to strengthen the resilience of Ethiopia’s most vulnerable population and to chart a more prosperous and sustainable future for the next generation. The Country Office also supports programmes that use food assistance to empower women, transform areas affected by climate change and keep children in school. It aims to contribute to Ethiopia’s five-year development agenda, the Growth and Transformation Plan (GTP), through which the Government combats food insecurity.

 

BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE OF THE ASSIGNMENT:

WFP Ethiopia has initiated a strategic planning process to review its current portfolio of activities and to better position itself in the country for the period 2020-2025, to support progress towards zero hunger. Nutrition integration across all Strategic Outcome Areas key aspect of WFP Ethiopia’s portfolio in the Interim Country Strategic Plan (ICSP) for 2019-2020.

The Associate will provide coordination support primarily between the Country Office and Somali Region for improved programme design, implementation, management, reporting and monitoring of nutrition-related programmes.

 

ORGANIZATIONAL CONTEXT

This job is found in WFP Ethiopia Country office based in Addis Ababa.  Jobholders typically report to a Nutrition Officer and/or Head of Nutrition.

 

At this level, job holders are expected to demonstrate responsibility and initiative to respond independently to various queries with only general guidance. There is a requirement to use judgment in dealing with unforeseen operational problems on a daily basis. Job holders are expected to manage resources and coach and coordinate support staff. 

 KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES (not all-inclusive):

Under the direct supervision from the Programme Officer and with technical support from the Nutrition Officers at Country Office, the Associate will perform the following duties:

1)   Programme planning and supply chain:

  • Compile the annual, quarterly and monthly commodity requirements for nutrition activities and prepare actualized distribution plans based on the latest screening and admission information available
  • Liaise with nutrition, programme and resource management colleagues in the Somali Region and Country Office to ensure that nutrition programme needs are effectively resourced and supplied
  • Analyze commodity requests from partners and ensure timely delivery
  • Follow up with NGOs, Regional Health Bureau (RHB) and all other relevant partners on TSFP commodities dispatches and distributions

2)   Programme implementation:

  • Initiate and follow up the implementation of different modalities of IMAM management inline national protocol
  • Work in collaboration with cooperating partners to strengthen active case finding nutrition monitoring, timely delivery and distribution of specialized nutritious foods (SNFs) for MAM treatment
  • Work closely with NGOs, RHB and all other relevant partners to ensure OTP/TSFP continuum of care
  • In coordination with SOs and CO, ensure nutrition-sensitive activities are included in all activities 
  • Supervise the implementation of TSFP with close monitoring of nutrition performance indicators (i.e. admissions, management of cases, exits, ration level, hygiene and food handling, record-keeping on registers, health and nutrition education or counselling sessions, complementary services, and visibility concerns)
  • Conduct field missions through supportive monitoring and supervision of TSFP and other complementary interventions in Emergency responses in the Somali region to ensure they are implemented as planned and in an integrated approach
  • Adapt new initiatives and tools related to food security and nutrition
  • Ensure that the mothers and caretakers of malnourished children receive appropriate education and participated in the nutrition programme
  • Educate cooperating partners’ staff about key aspects and components of CMAM (e.g. child development, improvement of mother-child interaction, community mobilization and mother-to-mother support groups)
  • Identify implementation gaps and suggest practical solutions to partners and/or organize capacity building training for partners and beneficiary leaders
  • Ensure the follow up of nutrition programmes implemented by Government and NGO partners
  • Support multi-agency emergency nutrition assessments
  • Identify needs for technical and managerial support to regional Government and cooperating partners
  • Organize regular meetings with partners and supervise CP staff activities for on the job capacity building
  • Ensure that nutrition is integrated in other activities for the implementation as stated in programmes guidelines and protocols (e.g. relief and PSNP)
  • Provide first-level review and feedback for cooperating partners’ proposals/ FLAs and MOUs
  • Represent WFP in health and nutrition task force meetings at zonal level, especially meetings with RHB, Zonal Health/Nutrition Cluster and at various levels and share highlights of meetings
  • Organise regular meetings with partners and conduct supervision visits to CP sites for identifying implementation gaps and provide guidance for improvement  
  •  In collaboration with regional health bureau to follow up and supervise the activities of the HEWs
  •  Support the preparation of proposal, including developing strategies, identifying partners. This includes key nutrition statistics for donors, partners, and stakeholder reports as needed.
  • Provide additional support on processes, procedures, coordination, and other related responsibilities to the nutrition team as needed.

 3)   Reporting:

  • Analyze reports submitted by nutrition partners to ensure data quality, integrity and consistency
  • Provide constructive feedback to the partners concerning areas of improvement in terms of data quality, timeliness of report submission and other M&E and record management concerns identified during reports and data analysis
  • Provide field reports for all the field trips made, regularly update the supervisor on implementation progress, gaps and possible ways forward
  • Prepare drafts briefs for overall nutrition activities and update it regularly
  • Timely submit inputs for monthly and quarterly nutrition reporting for the Sub Office Compile and share biweekly updates on the emergency nutrition situation
  • Review and analyze monthly and quarterly reports from TSFP zonal coordination and cooperation partners’ reports, as well as monitoring reports
  • Submit monthly reports to the SOs and CO Nutrition Unit highlighting the programmes’ achievements compared to plans
  • Contribute to the compilation of SOs Sitrep and other project documents

 4)   Monitoring:

  • Ensure real-time tracking and management of SO nutrition database (Commodity and beneficiary)
  • Follow up with nutrition partners on monthly Co-operating Partner Distribution Reports (CPDRs), monthly narrative reports and quarterly reports submission to the Sub Office to ensure effective conformity to the reporting deadlines
  • Follow up the joined monitoring plans and activities done by the zonal, regional coordination unit and share reports
  • Suggest recommendations for improvement based on programme results
  • Liaise with CPs collaborating with WFP SO and in Somali Regions to organize joint supervision/monitoring visits
  • Evaluate the overall performance of cooperating partners at zonal level

 5)   Training:

  • Technically support IMAM training organized at regional and zonal levels for WFP, DPPB, RHB, NGOs, health extension workers (HEWs) and food distribution agents (FDAs) using the unified training package
  • Organize trainings for partners when required in partnership with SO, CO Nutrition Unit, Government and partners at regional and zonal levels
  • Perform other related duties as required.
                                                                     

 

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Wed, 23 Oct 2019 07:54:28 GMT
<![CDATA[Finance Manager]]>

TESFA Social and Development Association /TSDA/ is Local Civil Society Organization established in 2000. It engages on poverty Alleviation, Health and HIV/AIDS Reduction. The organization would like to employ qualified and enthusiastic Finance Manager. The post holder will be responsible to successfully lead all the Financial activity of the organization and to prepare donor standard Financial report.

Major Duties & Responsibility

  • Set up chart of account for new project if necessary
  • Compile monthly With Holding Tax payable to the tax authority. Follow up and supervise prompt settlement of the same.
  • Check account balance on monthly base and make necessary correction as the need arise.
  • Prepare Bank reconciliation statements on monthly bases. Follow up the statues of outstanding balance on the bank statement.
  • Prepare Financial statement (Balance Sheet, Income Statement and Cash flow statement, Retained Earning) quarterly, bi-annually and annual base.
  • Prepare and submit financial report for different donors on monthly, quarterly and annual base.
  • Follow up and make sure that the project finance properly and on time utilized
  • Participate in recruiting and training on volunteers
  • Prepare/Develop annual budget for each project and over all the organization  
  • Preparation of monthly budget forecast, advance requests and annual budgets

Term of Employment: One Year with high possibility of extension based on performance

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Wed, 23 Oct 2019 07:38:42 GMT
<![CDATA[Project Manager]]>

Canadian Physicians for Aid and Relief (CPAR) has been working in Ethiopia since 1984. Its initial intervention was predominantly focused on famine relief through the provision of emergency health service assistance to people affected by famine. CPAR’s major humanitarian and emergency interventions were a supply of skilled personnel, medical supplies and materials for emergency, Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH), and health services.

 CPAR, in response to the “Partnerships for Her Voice, Her Choice” call for proposals by Global Affairs Canada (GAC), has developed a 4 years’ project proposal entitled “Enhancing Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights for Women and Adolescents” (ESWA). The project aims to improve women and adolescent girls reproductive, sexual health and rights by increasing awareness of and access to high quality gender-responsive and youth-friendly Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH) services in selected zones in the Amhara and Oromia Regional States. This project proposal has been selected and funded by GAC. As a result, CPAR, in collaboration with various universities and local partners will implement the project. For this project, CPAR is seeking qualified candidates for different positions and locations.

Principal Function: The Project Manager will have the responsibility of managing, coordinating, ensuring, and participating in the smooth running of all the project activities in accordance with general policies, procedures, budget and instructions put forward by the GAC and CPAR. The Project Manager will also be responsible for the day to day performance of the project.   

 Specific roles and responsibilities:

  • Effective management and implementation of project activities in accordance with the developed objectives and indicators, including oversight of the project, implementation provision of quality assurance and technical support, leadership of project staff and the development of clear work plans. 
  • Makes timely communication with the Country Program Manager, Program Officers and Admin and Finance Manager on the project management and financial issues that need consultations and decisions.
  • Coordinates, facilitates and participates in effective and efficient monitoring and evaluation of the project.
  • Implementation of tracking and performance measurement consistent with established and agreed practices; ensures timely and quality preparations of periodic reports (activities and financial) and case studies.
  • Liaise with relevant local authorities; ensure that all relevant parties are kept informed of project activities where appropriate.
  • Contribute, lead, monitor the project performance and develop/adapt strategies for optimal results;   
  • Ensures the optimum use of human, financial and material resources associated with the project.
  • Supervises and facilitates the preparation of operating project budgets, approves and authorizes and projects expenditures.
  • Assesses the proper and timely utilization of the project budget, estimates expenditures in relation to the planned activities and requests budget periodicals as per the financial regulations of CPAR.  
  • Performs other related activities as required.


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Wed, 23 Oct 2019 05:44:18 GMT
<![CDATA[Monitoring & Evaluation Specialist]]>

Canadian Physicians for Aid and Relief (CPAR) has been working in Ethiopia since 1984. Its initial intervention was predominantly focused on famine relief through the provision of emergency health service assistance to people affected by famine. CPAR’s major humanitarian and emergency interventions were a supply of skilled personnel, medical supplies and materials for emergency, Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH), and health services.

 CPAR, in response to the “Partnerships for Her Voice, Her Choice” call for proposals by Global Affairs Canada (GAC), has developed a 4 years’ project proposal entitled “Enhancing Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights for Women and Adolescents” (ESWA). The project aims to improve women and adolescent girls reproductive, sexual health and rights by increasing awareness of and access to high quality gender-responsive and youth-friendly Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH) services in selected zones in the Amhara and Oromia Regional States. This project proposal has been selected and funded by GAC. As a result, CPAR, in collaboration with various universities and local partners will implement the project. For this project, CPAR is seeking qualified candidates for different positions and locations.

Principal Function: The Monitoring & Evaluation Specialist, in close coordination with the project manager and project officers, will be responsible for coordinating the development and the implementation of a comprehensive project monitoring, evaluation and knowledge management system. This will enhance monitoring, quality control and evaluation in order to improve internal processes and results delivery.

 Specific roles and responsibilities:

  • Coordinate the development of a comprehensive overall monitoring and evaluation framework, with toolkits that include performance indicators and benchmarks for each aspect of the ESWA project in accordance with GAC guidelines.
  • Recommend and implement a systematic approach to integrate thematically defined results indicators in the project strategies and program formulation of the project (input, output, outcome, impact).
  • Train project staff on the use of monitoring and evaluation tools.
  • Coordinate evaluations of projects and thematic strategies as well as their contribution to the achievement of overall results; the findings of the evaluation will inform the development of new strategies.
  • In collaboration with the project manager and other program staff, coordinate the evaluation of policy and advocacy work, and use best practices emerging from the project.
  • Analyze bi-annual and annual reports, and produce a progress report to guide management decision-making.  
  • Put in place systems for collecting data to monitor the development of defined indicators under the comprehensive reporting framework;
  • Integrate periodic evaluations as an integral part of the monitoring & evaluation system.
  • Other duties as assigned by the supervisor.


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Wed, 23 Oct 2019 05:44:17 GMT
<![CDATA[Senior SRHR/Gender Officer]]>

Canadian Physicians for Aid and Relief (CPAR) has been working in Ethiopia since 1984. Its initial intervention was predominantly focused on famine relief through the provision of emergency health service assistance to people affected by famine. CPAR’s major humanitarian and emergency interventions were a supply of skilled personnel, medical supplies and materials for emergency, Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH), and health services.

 CPAR, in response to the “Partnerships for Her Voice, Her Choice” call for proposals by Global Affairs Canada (GAC), has developed a 4 years’ project proposal entitled “Enhancing Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights for Women and Adolescents” (ESWA). The project aims to improve women and adolescent girls reproductive, sexual health and rights by increasing awareness of and access to high quality gender-responsive and youth-friendly Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH) services in selected zones in the Amhara and Oromia Regional States. This project proposal has been selected and funded by GAC. As a result, CPAR, in collaboration with various universities and local partners will implement the project. For this project, CPAR is seeking qualified candidates for different positions and locations.

Principal Function: The senior SRHR/Gender officer has the responsibility of ensuring the smooth running of all the technical activities pertaining to the project assignment in accordance with the general policies, procedures, budgets and instructions put forward by the funder and the Ethiopian Ministry of Health guidelines. 

 Specific roles and responsibilities

  • Performs professional planning and implementation. Can coordinate and mentor field project officers and assist in the implementation of different programs/projects, particularly on Gender and SRHR.
  • Supports capacity building for staff, partners, community groups, volunteers and field facilitators on how to practically integrate gender and SRHR activities in the communities
  • Ensures the quality and appropriateness of different project interventions, analyses the constraints related to managing and ensuring the smooth running of technical activities of the project.
  • Provides technical support and supportive supervision to program areas to ensure quality performance and sustainability of projects.
  • Coordinates and participates in determining technical needs and resource requirements to carry out projects. Can prepare, review and analyze performances.  
  • In collaboration with the M and E coordinator, supports the monitoring and evaluation of projects.
  • Participates in fundraising and networking activities.
  • Coordinates and participates in ensuring timely preparation of progress and annual reports
  • Prepares terms of reference for contractual specialists.
  • Identifies areas of cooperation with other related projects in the country. 
  • Other duties as assigned by the supervisor. 
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Wed, 23 Oct 2019 05:44:17 GMT