Logistics Officer, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia (P-3)Closing date: 2014-12-24 Share
Ethiopia: Health Officer, P-2Closing date: 2014-12-24Organization: UN Children's Fund Country: Ethiopia Closing date: 24 Dec 2014 Type of contract: Temporary Appointment (TA) Level: P-2 Post Number: 91936 Duration of contract: 11 months Specific Tasks  Support the planning with a special focus on budgeting and finance, implementation and monitoring and evaluation of health programmes at federal and in all regions as per Country Programme Document and annual work plans.  Support knowledge management of the health programme to ensure timely information collection and dissemination, and use of information for advocacy and programming  Lead the Regional, Zonal and Woreda based health strategy and annual work plan preparation process as the section focal point  Support the health section in result based management through result based monitoring  Review monthly programme activity implementation report, produce quarterly progress reports, and coordinate RAM Coordinate studies and research to measure health programme outcome and impact, and manage/monitor IMEP Draft relevant sections of reports (required for donors, management, annual reports, etc.) Act as focal point on M&E committee of the country office Develop capacity of PAs and other professionals to increase the section's admin/finance efficiencies Support any relevant tasks in relation to the new country programme preparation and other related needs. Methodology The TA will be based in Addis Ababa UNICEF office with some field travel if the necessity arises. During the handover period of one month, the current S/M will provide thorough guidance and introduce the TA to the key contact officers/partners to ensure the smooth transition The TA will report to the health section chief. Expected Deliverables Support provided for the section chief and section in planning with a special focus on grant management, budgeting and finance, and M&E. Support provided for the knowledge management of the health programme to ensure timely information collection and dissemination, and use of information for advocacy and programming Completed set of health strategic and annual work plans produced and circulated to relevant parties Ensured results-based management through results based monitoring in collaboration with the section's national M&E officer Quality assured quarterly progress report, RAM, and other reports (required for donors, management and annual reports etc) produced Coordination provided for studies and research to measure health programme outcomes and impact, and up-to-date IMEP produced Full involvement and active participation as a focal point on M&E committee of the country office Increased capacity of section PAs and selected professionals to deal with day-to-day budget/financial matters Expected background and Experience Academic qualifications – Advanced Degree in Social Science, Development Studies, Public Health or related technical field. Employment experience – Two years progressively responsible professional work experience in planning including grant/budget monitoring, programme design, administration, monitoring and evaluation in related field. Language skills required - Fluency in English and knowledge of local language is an asset. Familiarity with SAP, UNICEF planning process, budgeting and financial system is a must. Competency – Commitment, Drive for Results, Embracing Diversity, Integrity, Self-Awareness and Self-Regulation, Teamwork, Communication, Tact, Technical knowledge, and managing resources. How to apply:Apply online http://www.unicef.org/ethiopia/careers.html Applications must include motivation letter, an updated CV, and a completed UN Personal History Form (P-11) available for download on the same page. Please DO NOT ATTACH COPIES OF TRANSCRIPTS, ACADEMIC DEGREES OR RECOMMENDATION LETTERS WITH THE APPLICATION. UNICEF and UN candidates must also include two recent Performance Evaluation Share
Human Resources Officer, Addis Ababa (P-3)Closing date: 2014-12-26 Share
Ethiopia: REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL- (RFP -ETH- 2014 – 9116223)Closing date: 2014-12-26Organization: UN Children's Fund Country: Ethiopia Closing date: 26 Dec 2014 REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL- (RFP -ETH- 2014 – 9116223) OPEN FOR International firm/organization only. UNICEF supports the Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs (MoLSA) in the design and implementation of integrated child-sensitive social cash transfer pilot programs in SNNPR and Oromia. The major objective of the pilot programs is to test the integration of Social Cash Transfers (SCT) and access to social services for extremely poor and labour constrained households that are beneficiaries of the Direct Support component of the Next Generation Productive Safety Net Programme (PSNP) as a first step for the establishment of the national Social Protection and Disaster Risk Management System. The design of the program is expected to be completed in towards the end of 2014. MoLSA, in partnership with partner organizations has planned to strengthen the technical capacity of regional Agencies of Labour and Social Affairs for effective planning and implementation of the SCT pilot in the two regions. Objective. Design a comprehensive SCT Management Information System (MIS) for the direct support beneficiaries of Regional States of Oromia and SNNPR Bureaus of Labour and Social Affairs in line with the manual of operations;The Integrated SCT MIS should use technologies that will allow a future integration into the National Social Protection MIS and PSNP unified single registry. Composition of the team in the Firm/organisation and Experience Required. The design will be conducted by a registered institution/organization/firm which will deploy a technical expert to conduct the assignment. The team must have (1) extensive expertise and experience in the design of Social Cash Transfer MIS (at least 5 to 8 years) and a strong commitment to undertake the assignment;(2)Knowledge of institutional issues related to development programming (including funding, administration, the role of the UN system, partnerships, human rights and sustainable development issues) and (3) familiarity with social protection policies and programmes with a focus on social cash transfer programmes and their design. How to apply:Interested and eligible bidders ONLY from International organizations are invited to collect the complete tender documents by sending an email to Mr. Deresse Damte (ddamte@unicef.org) or Mr. Ayele Wolde (awolde@unicef.org) Starting on Friday 5-12-2014. Proposals are to be submitted to UNICEF Ethiopia Office on or before 9.00 am (East African Time) on Friday 26-12- 2014. Please quote the RFP nr. 9116223 in all your correspondences. Due to the nature of the bid, there will be no bid public opening for this offer. UNICEF reserves the right to accept or reject part or all of any or all bids. ADDRESS: UNICEF Ethiopia, UNECA Compound, NOF Building, 2rd floor Supply Section, Attn. Mr. Deresse Damte / Mr. Ayele Wolde, P.O.BOX 1169, TEL: +251-11 518 4167/4142 Addis Ababa, Share
Ethiopia: A LOGISTICS MANAGER - ETHIOPIAClosing date: 2014-12-28Organization: Action Contre la Faim Country: Ethiopia Closing date: 28 Dec 2014 We are looking for: A LOGISTICS MANAGER Country:ETHIOPIA – NyNyang / Lietchor Length of contract: 6 months starting the 2nd of January 2015 The position: Under the supervision of the Field Coordinator, you will be responsible to facilitate the set up and the running of the programs in Lietchor. More precisely, your main activities will be: Participating and supervising the set-up of the ACF bases in NyNyang/Lietchor and of program sites Implement and ensure performing management of the stock and the supply chain according to the needs of the programs Fleet and logistics equipment management Implement and ensure the performance of information and communication technology and network management for the program Contribute to security management Manage the Logistics team in the base The applicant:You hold a graduate degree in logistics. You have a previous experience in managing humanitarian logistics on the field for an international NGO, including an experience in a volatile environment. You have a base logistician experience and have the capacity to supervise and train a log team. Knowledge of ACF logistics operations and practices will be a plus. Fluent English is required. Status: Volunteer status (VSI) or salaried status depending on relevant experience Gross monthly salary ranging from €1600 to €1975 or €838 of VSI indemnity per month Food and hygiene expenses, per diem, transportation costs, collective accommodation and medical insurance 25 days of annual paid leaves and 20 days of rest and recuperation (R&R) per year Pre departure training, at the HQ in Paris (1 to 2 weeks) How to apply:To apply, please visit our website: http://www.actioncontrelafaim.org/en/content/logistics-manager-2 Follow our job offers and join us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/acf. Share
Chief of Procurement Unit, Addis Ababa (P-3)Closing date: 2014-12-29 Share
Ethiopia: Donor Relations and Reports International ConsultantClosing date: 2014-12-29Organization: UN Children's Fund Country: Ethiopia Closing date: 29 Dec 2014 Type of contract: Consultancy Duration of contract: Three months Consultancy fee: Negotiable Purpose of the consultancy Under the supervision of UNICEF Planning Specialist, the Donor Relations and Reports Consultant supports effective resource mobilization, while supporting the timely delivery of proposals and key donor reporting obligations. Major Duties and Responsibilities of this consultancy include: 1 Support the review, editing and finalization of the donor reports due between February and April 2015. This includes monitoring compliance of implementation with UNICEF programmatic and technical obligations to the donor, and ensuring good quality and timeliness of submissions; 2 Take the lead in updating the Ethiopia Country Office’s Resource Mobilization Strategy; 3 Contribute to the development and finalization of ad hoc programme proposals and concept notes; 4 Support and contribute to other fundraising processes as required. Methodology The consultant shall: · As a member of the team, work with the PMU; · Coordinate weekly and monthly priority schedule with the Planning Chief; · Liaise with the Programme Section Chiefs / their OICs and any UNICEF officers identified by them as key in the development of the outputs. Expected Deliverables · 34 planned/scheduled donor reports abiding to ECO quality and in line with donor requirements, submitted on time. · Planned and ad hoc programme proposals, abiding to ECO quality and donor requirements, submitted on time. · All requested Briefing Notes submitted on time in good quality MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: Education requirements: University degree in Communication, Journalism, Public Relations, Development Studies or similar fields of work; Work Experience: At least 5 years of relevant working experience in a development and emergency assistance environment, including reporting and communication work; Previous work experience with UNICEF on Report Writing/Donor Relations is highly desirable; Proficiency with Windows System programmes (i.e. word, excel, power point) as well as familiarity with Photoshop editor and office publisher are important assets; Skills which are essential for the effective and efficient fulfilment of the assignment: good analytical capacity; excellent editorial skills; high sense of responsibility; capacity to work easily in a team and to communicate and negotiate a common result; capacity to work under pressure; leadership and high facilitation skills; determination to achieve set results amidst competing priorities. Language Proficiency: Proven proficiency in spoken and written English and knowledge the languages of the duty station is an advantage. Nationality: Candidates should be Non-Ethiopian NATIONALS. How to apply:Apply onlinehttp://www.unicef.org/ethiopia/careers.html Applications must include motivation letter, an updated CV, and a completed UN Personal History Form (P-11) available for download on the same page. Please DO NOT ATTACH COPIES OF TRANSCRIPTS, ACADEMIC DEGREES OR RECOMMENDATION LETTERS WITH THE APPLICATION. UNICEF and UN candidates must also include two recent Performance Evaluation Reports. Please apply online at http://www.unicef.org/ethiopia/careers.html Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Applications from qualified women are encouraged Share
Ethiopia: Communication AdvisorClosing date: 2014-12-30Organization: Ethiopia-Canada Cooperation Office Country: Ethiopia Closing date: 30 Dec 2014 The Ethiopia-Canada Cooperation Office (ECCO) is looking for a short-term consultant experienced in communication for development to join its team of technical advisors between January and June 2015. The position requires someone with excellent writing and editing skills, and experience of presenting complex technical information in an easily comprehensible way for non-specialist readers. Minimum Qualifications and Experience: The local consultant must be legally and operationally in a position to work in Ethiopia and meet the following qualifications to be eligible to apply: -Bachelor degree in communication, journalism, international relations or a related field; and -At least 5 years communicating for developmentor similar experience. Detailed Terms of Reference and information on expected qualifications and experience for this consultancy can be found at:http://www.cida-ecco.org/ under the Vacancy page. How to apply:Application Deadline:- All applications must be receivedby December 30th, 2014 as follows: a.By post or personally delivered to: ECCO, Ethiopia-Canada Cooperation Office (ECCO), Nifas Silk, Lafto Sub-City, Kebele 04, H. No. 161/01, P.O.Box 1009, Addis Ababa Ethiopia OR b. By e-mail at: info@cida-ecco.org, Reference: Communication Advisor Please note that only short-listed applicants will receive further communication from E Share
Ethiopia: Terms of Reference for Support Evaluator for the PBEA Developmental EvaluationClosing date: 2014-12-30Organization: UN Children's Fund Country: Ethiopia Closing date: 30 Dec 2014 The UNICEF NYHQ is looking for a M&E Officer to apply a developmental evaluation (DE) approach to the Ethiopia Peacebuilding, Education, and Advocacy (PBEA) Program (also known as Learning for Peace) program. Integrated into the daily operations of the program, the officer will be responsible for infusing evaluable thinking into program activities; develop monitoring / evaluation mechanisms quickly and document outcomes as they emerge; and provide rapid feedback for utilization of findings during the lifetime of the program. Learning thereby becomes an accountability. To read more about DE, please see here. The officer will be located at the Addis Ababa, Ethiopia UNICEF CO, and work under the supervision of the Education Section Chief. Fluency in English is required. Daily rate is negotiable. How to apply:To apply, please follow the instructions in the attached terms of reference and application form. Applications are due December Share
WHONational Professional Officer/ Disease Prevention and ControlClosing date: 2014-12-30Organization: WHO Share

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