Employers

Health Staff Officer

Posted: Yesterday
The Pharo Foundation
Work Place: Homosha, Benishangul Gumuz
Level: Mid Level ( 2+ - 5 years experience)
Oct 4, 2019
In September 2019, Pharo School Homosha will be opening its newly completed Grade 9-12 boarding school for female students in the Benishangual-Gumuz region. Fully funded by the Pharo Foundation, the Pharo School Homosha campus is situated on 3 hectares of land and is made up of eight buildings, (comprising of Administration, Classrooms, Library, Hall, Cafeteria, Dormitory, Store and Service)...

Camp Coordinator

Posted: 3 days ago
Plan International Ethiopia
Work Place: Assosa, Benishangul Gumuz
Level: Mid Level ( 2+ - 5 years experience)
Sep 25, 2019
Overall Camp Management & Coordination ·         Responsible for oversight and management of all sector officers and national staff in all sectors. ·         Report on Camp Management issues to the Plan Emergency Response team and the local authorities through weekly assessments...

Construction Supervisor

Posted: 3 days ago
Plan International Ethiopia
Work Place: Assosa, Benishangul Gumuz
Level: Mid Level ( 2+ - 5 years experience)
Sep 25, 2019
Ensure that the established activities on infrastructure are implemented as planned. Review and recommend the completion of infrastructure projects to effect payment. Execute and facilitate processes that lead to the commencement of infrastructure projects. Document government standard designs, specification and bill of quantities of health post, health centre, schools, VIP...

About Benishangul Gumuz

Benishangul-Gumuz (BSG) is located in the north western part of the country created from the western most portion of Gojjam province (the part north of the Abay River), and the north-western portion of Welega Province (the part south of the Abay). Assosa is the regional capital city. The ethnic groups include Berta (25.41%), Amhara (21.69%), Gumuz (20.88%), Oromo (13.55%), Shinasha (7.73%) and Agaw-Awi (4.22%). Main languages are the Berta (25.15%), Amharic (22.46%), Gumuz (20.59%), Oromo (17.69

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