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Chief of Party, Ethiopia
Closing date: 2015-10-08
Fintrac is a leading US-based agriculture consulting firm with projects in Africa, Asia and Central America. We are seeking a qualified Chief of Party candidates for an upcoming, multi-year, USAID- funded agriculture project in Ethiopia.
This position, based in Ethiopia, is subject to project award to Fintrac.
- Provide overall project management and leadership, including oversight of all operations, technical and administrative personnel
- Act as primary point of contact for USAID and Fintrac home office, providing written and verbal updates as required
- Manage effective coordination with a wide variety of industry stakeholders including national and local government, community-based organizations, and the private sector
- Provide excellent technical leadership and inform project implementation strategies relating to market linkages, improved business enabling environment and private sector development in select value chains
- Ensure overall compliance with project contract and budget
Required Qualifications and Experience
- Advanced degree in a relevant field
- Minimum 15 years of relevant experience managing projects of similar size and complexity
- Previous Chief of Party experience for USAID-funded projects in agriculture and/or agribusiness development. Equivalent leadership positions for other donors and/or initiatives will be considered.
- Spoken and written fluency in English is required
- Demonstrated understanding of the Ethiopian and/or regional agricultural context is required
- Proven record of achieving development impact in a similar context
- Excellent interpersonal and leadership skills, including the ability to manage high-level relationships and motivate subordinates
Ethiopia: Finance and Operational Suppport Services Manager (Open to Ethiopian Nationals Only)
Closing date: 2015-10-08Application : Apply for the job
Organization: HelpAge International
Closing date: 08 Oct 2015
HelpAge International (HelpAge) is a global network of not-for-profit organisations with a vision of a world where older people fulfil their potential to lead active, dignified, healthy and secure lives.
As the Finance & Operational Support Services Manager, the incumbent will be responsible for planning, implementing, managing, and controlling all of HelpAge s country financial and operational services related functions. S/he will provide leadership, coordination and problem-solving support to the organization s core functions including Finance, Accounting and Operational support facilities.
In this role, s/he will work as member of the Senior Management Team to develop and implement strategies that align with the organization s Strategic Plan and relate to financial management, budget management, internal control, and financial forecasting and planning. S/he will also assess performance against both the approved annual Office Development Plan (ODP) and the Strategic Plan.
Key Duties and Responsibilities
- Strategic and General Operational Support Management
o Accountable to develop and implement operating strategies in the area of Finance, Accounting and Office Management in order to establish the country office as a transparent and financially healthy organization.
o Accountable to develop , orient and enforce tools and systems to provide financial and operational information and make actionable recommendations on both strategy and operations.
o Accountable to develop and implement budgetary planning and management in alignment with annual country plan.
o To be a member of SMT and provide required support in the area of financial decision, planning initiatives through financial and management information analyses, reports, and recommendations.
o Train the Finance and Operational Support Unit and other staff across the organization to raising awareness and knowledge of financial management matters.
2.0 Accounting, Financial Report, Financial Planning and Analysis
2.1 Accounting and Financial Report
o Oversee accounting systems to ensure financial data are recorded/ maintained in accordance with generally accepted accounting principle (GAAP), international accounting standard (IAS) and auditing standards.
o Oversee book close process and the production of monthly and year end internal and external financial reports to ensure timeliness, accuracy and in line with HelpAge International financial guidelines and procedures.
o Coordination with Regional Finance Manager and London Finance Team in ensuring integrated financial and accounting system to be properly implemented and maintained.
o Oversee and coordinate activities of independent auditors ensuring all audit issues are resolved, and all compliance issues are met, and the preparation of the annual financial statements is in accordance with HAI and International Accounting Standard.
o Coordination with Regional Finance Manager and London Finance Team to ensure that legal and regulatory compliance regarding all financial matters are met.
2.2 Financial Planning and Analysis
o Responsible to develop and implement financial forecasting model, analysis and related reports ensuring timeliness, adequate of consolidated financial position, both actual and forecasting to enable SMT to make sound business decision.
o Responsible of financial planning process to in line with annual plan and compliance with HelpAge time line, procedures and requirements.
o Coordinate financial planning process and to provide required technical assistance across the country office in developing budgetary during planning processes.
o Review and co-ordinate of country budgets forecast/planning/projection, both income and expenditures.
o Oversee and review financial projection and the completion of HelpAge Financial Pack ensuring completeness, timeliness, accuracy and to be in line with HelpAge procedures and requirements.
2.3 Budget Management and Planning
o Lead and organize annual budget process.
o Draw up guideline and recommendation on annual budget setting up.
o Lead and organize budget management process around budget tracking, budget analysis across and budget reallocation across organization on a quarterly basis.
o Oversee budget consolidation and budget status report ensuring HelpAge funds are properly utilized accordingly to the approved budget.
o Oversee cash management and forecasting process to ensure adequate cash to meet all operations requirements.
2.4 Internal Control
o Accountable to develop financial policies and procedures consistent with moral and ethical organizational principles, in line with HelpAge guidelines and in consultation with SMT, in order to ensure responsible and contribute to the effective use of resources.
o Accountable to develop program to ensure adequate financial systems and controls are in place and the financial procedures and policies are being followed.
2.5 Operational Support Services
o Oversee office management and provision of office facilities and operational services to support smooth operations with internationally and professionally working atmosphere.
o Oversee implementation and enforcement of HelpAge policy within the country office.
o Oversee asset management and insurance procedures.
o Ensure legal and regulatory compliance regarding all office operations matter.
2.6 People Management
o Lead, motivate, and manage staff in the unit of Finance and Accounting, and Operational Support Services Management to ensure the effective performance of the units in line with unit s and HelpAge country mission and to achieve unit and HelpAge objectives through staff coaching, mentoring and performance management.
o Accountable to develop or revise HR strategies by determining staff career path, accountabilities and training requirement.
o Accountable to implement staff recruitment, selection, orientation, training, coaching, counseling, mentoring, performance evaluation, disciplinary, and problem solving.
3.0 Educational Background & Fundamental Qualifications
- Master s degree or BA degree in Accounting, Finance or Business from government accredited universities
- At least 15 years of experience in Finance and Accounting functions preferably with 5 years in managerial position for BA holders; or at least 12 years of experiences for MA in the INGOs circle.
- Possess a strategic approach, sound business judgment, and an entrepreneurial mindset developed through working with local partners and government stakeholders
- Experience in managing systems
- Knowledge and/or experience in financial analysis and reporting
- Knowledge and/or experience in procurement management
- Knowledge and/or experience in human resources and capacity building of staff/ partners
- Knowledge and/or experience in risk management tools and methodologies
- Strong skills in written and spoken English (required) and another local language (desired)
How to apply:
Interested candidates are requested to submit their application to: email@example.com
The applicant Nationality must be Ethiopian
We are interested in how your skills, knowledge and experience show your ability to carry out the duties and responsibilities of the position. Please send:
- Current CV (not more than 4 pages) including three (3) professional referees
- One page - cover letter highlighting job knowledge, qualification and experience
The selection panel as the basis for short listing will assess your CV. Please do not include copies of transcript, academic qualification or reference letters at this stage.
Women meeting the minimum qualification and experience are encouraged to apply.
Ethiopia: Senior Manager, Girl Specialists: Girl Effect Ethiopia
Closing date: 2015-10-09Application : Apply for the job
Organization: Girl Hub
Closing date: 09 Oct 2015
Job Title:Senior Manager, Girl Specialists
Reporting Lines:Reports to Country Director, Ethiopia
Location:Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Contract:Full-time (fixed-term two-year contract, with the option to extend)
Girl Effect is an organisation working to break the cycle of intergenerational poverty. We do this by investing in programmes for girls, connecting girls to each other to amplify their voices, and brokering access to the critical assets girls need. We drive behaviour change by harnessing media in innovative ways and building social networks to shift girls perceptions of themselves and how others value them.
When a girl is better educated, has access to sexual and reproductive healthcare information and services, has access and control of economic assets, is safe from violence and exploitation, and has the capabilities and confidence to make positive choices, she can break the cycle of poverty. That s why we re working to reach 250 million girls living in poverty with the tools and assets they need to achieve their full potential by 2030. We currently operate in Rwanda, Nigeria and Ethiopia with headquarters in London.
The Girl Specialists team is a core function in Girl Effect Ethiopia s integrated strategy. The team is a leading source and driver of knowledge and expertise on adolescent girls in Ethiopia, with significant experience in innovative adolescent girls programming and adolescent girls policies. The Girl Specialist team is a core function within GEE, using this expertise and knowledge to identify gaps and opportunities to design, catalyse and broker new programmes and investments that unlock and improve outcomes for adolescent girls.
We are looking for an experienced manager with substantial technical experience in adolescent girls programming, policy and advocacy to lead this team. We are going through a period of exciting growth and change - we are hugely ambitious for our future and we are looking for colleagues who share in our ambition.
Please note: Relocation and immigration support will be offered to the successful candidate.
How to apply:
For a full job description and to apply please follow this link.
Ethiopia: Senior Technical Director - Ethiopia
Closing date: 2015-10-09Application : Apply for the job
Closing date: 09 Oct 2015
Sr. Technical Director needed for anticipated USAID funded program which aims to support the Government of Ethiopia through the implementation of its new Health Sector Transformation Plan (HSTP) to Ending Preventable Child and Maternal Deaths (EPCMD). The TRANSFORM/Primary Health Care Unit (PHCU) Program intends to achieve the following key results over its 5 year period:
- Improved performance of RHBs, zonal and woreda health offices to provide accessible, equitable, and quality care, including improved management capacity
- Increased sustainable Quality Improvement/Assurance across the PHCU s continuum of care
- Increased capacity of healthcare providers to provide practical technical state-of-the-art interventions
- Improved household and community practices and health seeking behaviors
- Enhanced program learning to impact ECMD-related policy and programming
Sr. Technical Director will provide state-of-the-art technical leadership in the full range of technical areas covered under TRANSFORM/PHCU. This includes providing guidance in designing, implementing and managing the program and liaise and negotiate with key stakeholders including other donors, implementing partners and host country government on the thematic areas under the program. Sr. Technical Director will provide leadership and technical guidance in the development and implementation of RMNCH health activities under the leadership of the IDIQ Country Director and other Jhpiego senior staff and utilize and contribute to cross-cutting approaches, as well as annual phasing in of activities. Sr. Technical Director will also ensure the technical and methodological soundness of activities and, in collaboration with the project team and partners, support the design of service delivery strategies, based on sound and current scientific evidence.
This position is contingent upon an award from USAID.
Ethiopian nationals are strongly encouraged to apply.
Provide strategic technical direction to TRANSFORM/PHCU program and liaise with and advise counterparts including the Ministry of Health, RHBs, Zonal and Woreda Health Offices and other institutions on the national efforts in line with the GoE HSTP
- Model a proactive, problem-solving attitude which encourages teamwork and fosters high motivation and enthusiasm with colleagues
- Mentor, support, supervise and manage a team of highly qualified staff and align their efforts in concert with the program goals
- Participate in and lead the development of work plans and implementation and other program deliverables
- Work closely with and/or deputize the CoP or Project Director in his/her absence as delegated
- Participate as a member of the Jhpiego Ethiopia Management team and provide sound management and program advice
- Design and develop, with in-country counterparts at the USAID, the Federal MoH, RHBs and other Ethiopian and international groups, health services strengthening strategies, with a focus on MNCH, FP/RH and malaria and overarching areas, with the aim to build the capacity of national institutions in delivering high quality services
- Provide direct technical assistance and support to program counterparts, health facilities, and partners in the areas of expertise including MNCH, FP/RH and malaria
- Management & Human Capacity Development and Performance and Quality Improvement
- Oversee the implementation of activities and interventions from a technical perspective, make adjustments to strategies based on lessons learnt from early implementation, and other field experiences
- Monitor program outputs and results related to team s technical areas and work closely with the MER team and Program staff to ensure that results are documented and reported accurately
- Compile additional documentation, such as case studies or special reports when indicated
- Work jointly with the Program Manager to coordinate planning and scheduling of activities with the relevant technical team leaders and technical advisors and ensure that logistical support is available for the smooth implementation of activities
- Facilitate the development of innovative program approaches and interventions
- Support the development/review of strategies, including technical direction for achieving TRANSFORM/PHCU program goals as well as management effectiveness
- Seek business development opportunities and share ideas with the CoP and Country Director
- Support the development and technical writing and reviewing of proposals and pursuing new business development opportunities
- Liaise with USAID, Jhpiego, and partners technical experts to ensure that program strategies and interventions are technically sound and evidence-based
- Use knowledge of best practices in MNCH, FP/RH and malariato direct strategic planning, implementation and evaluation of Jhpiego programs
- Ensure sharing of information and knowledge amongst Jhpiego staff, USAID and partner organizations and explore community of practices on different competency areas
- Prepare abstracts and support technical advisors to do same to present Jhpiego s technical achievements in national and international meetings/conferences
- Look for opportunities to publish Jhpiego programmatic achievements in academic and professional journals and papers
- Represent Jhpiego and the TRANSFORM/PHCU program in professional circles
Clinical degree and advanced degree in public health or related field
- 15 years' experience providing techncial support to MNCH, RH/FP and related projects
- In depth knowledge of the Ethiopian context on public health related issues
- Strong background in management in decentralized health systems in developing countries
- Demonstrated experience designing, implementing and managing RH/FP and/or MNCH projects in Ethiopia or similar context;
- Excellent diplomacy skills and a proven ability to establish and sustain interpersonal and professional relationships with USAID missions, host-country counterparts and representatives from other key stakeholders such as NGOs, PVOs, the private sector and other donors
- Strong interpersonal skills including teamwork, communication including written and oral presentations
- Proficiency in word processing, Microsoft Office and Microsoft Excel
- Proficient English language skills required; additional proficient Amharic language skills preferred
- Ability to travel nationally and internationally up to 30%
How to apply:
Please apply via the Jhpiego website*www.jobs-Jhpiego.icims.com* to job number 2015-2311.
Ethiopia: Chief of Party, MULU Worksite HIV Project, Ethiopia
Closing date: 2015-10-12Application : Apply for the job
Organization: World Learning
Closing date: 12 Oct 2015
World Learning, a global non-profit organization, (www.worldlearning.org) has an immediate opening for a Chief of Partyfor the USAID-funded** MULU Worksite HIV Project **in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Expected duration: 1.5 years, with probable extension. Ethiopian nationals are highly encouraged to apply.
Position Title:Chief of Party, MULU Worksite HIV Prevention Project in Ethiopia
Reports to:Divisional Vice President
Supervises:Deputy Chief of Party, Technical Advisors and other senior staff
Background:This project contributes to the Government of Ethiopia s goal of reducing HIV infections through strengthening the HIV/AIDS response in large-scale workplaces within various sectors of Ethiopia s economy. The project provides technical and organizational support to both public and private sector organizations to facilitate sustainable and effective HIV prevention in large-scale workplaces and surrounding communities. With a focus on Ethiopia s large scale development schemes, the project aims to improve health seeking behaviors, increase accessibility to quality reproductive health and HIV prevention services, and strengthen the capacity of public and private organizations to mainstream HIV prevention into their core business practices.
The Chief of Party (COP)leads the overall project and is responsible for achieving the project s vision and strategy, directing the technical team, and maintaining excellent relationships with key partners and stakeholders. The COP has overall programmatic and fiscal responsibility for the project, including guiding ongoing performance to ensure that the project meets and exceeds its targets, effectively communicating results, managing the budget and monitoring expenditures, and ensuring compliance with all US government regulations.
Duties and responsibilities:
- Provide overall strategic, technical and programmatic leadership for MULU Worksite activities through direct implementation, management of sub-grants, provision of strategic guidance, and supervision of senior staff.
- Serve as chief liaison with USAID, ensuring regular communication with donor representatives
- Liaise with and build strong sustainable partnerships with the Government of Ethiopia, other NGOs, and other project partners to ensure effective implementation of project activities
- Ensure accurate, timely, high quality program reporting to donors and head office
- Synchronize the activities of all three program pillars of combination HIV prevention to ensure a coordinated response at worksite level.
- Oversee the management and mentoring of project staff to ensure the highest level of \performance
- Recruit, deploy, mentor, and motivate the project team which includes international and national partners. Actively promote team-building to ensure that results are accomplished by a productive and efficient staff.
- Oversee implementation of personnel policies and ensure that policies and procedures are clearly communicated to staff, and are followed.
- Maintain effective coordination and collaboration among technical teams, grants and finance staff, and administrative/support functions.
- Oversee the sub-contract and/or sub-grant cycle from pre-award to close-out including solicitation processes, pre-award, award, monitoring and close-out of sub-awards based on WL and Donor regulations, policies, and procedures
- Contribute to the senior management of World Learning Ethiopia to ensure the project integrates into internal systems and that MULU Worksite capitalizes on WL corporate platforms
- Liaise closely with senior management and owners of project workplace/employer partners with a focus on building sustainability through corporate social responsibility
- Contribute to the design and implementation of the MULU Worksite database and MERL systems to ensure data is used for both decision making and reporting.
- Ensure regular communication with World Learning s home office
- Oversee the project budget and all project financial resources; work closely with the finance department to plan monthly projections, monitor burn rates, and handle other budgetary matters.
- Complete other duties as assigned
Master s Degree in public health or related field or MD with a background in public health
- Must have at least ten years senior-level experience managing HIV programming in sub-Saharan Africa , of which at least 5 years should be in Ethiopia or a country experiencing similar epidemic to that of Ethiopia
- Must have significant prior experience as a Chief of Party or position with significant responsibility for oversight of human and financial resources, preferably for large donor-funded project
- Experience working in partnership with U.S. government agencies including USAID and PEPFAR, , host country government ministries, and a wide variety of international and local stakeholders
Experience with private sector partners and resources
Demonstrated experience implementing evidence-based combination HIV prevention interventions across various sectors and target groups
Demonstrated experience using evidence, data and strategic information to guide programming and decision making
Fluency in English; excellent technical writing skills
- Must be a dynamic, flexible team player with demonstrated leadership abilities and outstanding communication skills
- Proven experience using innovation and best practices in programmatic and organizational management
- Prior USAID project management experience, especially managing HIV /AIDS programming for most-at-risk and key populations
- Experience implementing workplace HIV prevention programs
- Experience working closely with private and public sector partners
- Demonstrated experience with qualitative and quantitative Monitoring & Evaluation methodologies
- Fluency in Amharic strongly desired
How to apply:
To apply: Please visit our website www.worldlearning.organd click on the employment tab to submit your application. If you do not see the job you are interested in, please search all. Please note, a resume and cover letter (with 3 professional references) are required when applying to this position. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted. Closing date: October 12, 2015
Ethiopia: Social Protection/Policy Specialist, L-3
Closing date: 2015-10-12Application : Apply for the job
Organization: UN Children's Fund
Closing date: 12 Oct 2015
Type of contract: Temporary Appointment
Contract duration: 364 days
Purpose: Support the policy dialog with the National Social Protection Platform, the PSNP and the Government of Ethiopia s stakeholders for the implementation of the integrated social cash transfer pilots in SNNP and Oromia regions
Advocate at Federal level, monitor and assist effective implementation of the UN joint programme, the Annual working plan with MoLSA and the PSNP4 pilot programme at federal, regional, woredas and kebele level.
Objectives of the assignment
- The technical capacities of the Agencies of Labour and Social Affairs in the two regions in planning and implementing SCT are strengthened ;
- The pilot programme is effectively and efficiently planned, prepared, implemented and monitored;
- The SCT programme is well known at Federal level and used by the GoE and the PSNP4 for the scale up of the Direct Support Clients, the Temporary Direct Support Clients and soft conditionalities approaches in the PSNP4;
- The 3 years impact evaluation is implemented as planned (baseline in January 2016) and first findings of the baseline report are used to rectify the pilot programme;
- The social protection action plans at Federal and regional levels are elaborated as planned;
- The follow up study on the economic impact of the TSCTPP in Tigray is delivered in a timely and quality manner.
- Provide technical assistance to the Agencies of Labour and Social Affairs in the SNNPR/Oromia and to the Woreda level Labour and Social Affairs units (WoLSAs) with regard to the design, implementation of the SCT pilot programs with clear linkages with social sectors (nutrition, health, education etc.) for the soft conditionalities;
- Support the development and improvements of training modules on Social Cash Transfer programs that can be used for both regions at regional, woreda and kebele levels;
- Realize regular monitoring, support and coaching missions to the two pilot regions and the four pilot woredas
- Coordinates the cross sectoral SCT pilot implementation, organizes and facilitates monthly SCT taskforce meetings
- Provide guidance to the Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs (MoLSA) for the social protection system approach and how to build on the lessons learnt and challenges from the regional pilots;
- Ensure the maintenance of a data base and a Management Information System (MIS) that documents and analyses activities, outputs, outcomes and costs of implementing the pilot programs and support the quality insurance of the data entry and analyses done by the MIS operators at federal, regional and woreda level.
- Facilitate smooth communication between UNICEF, the regional partners and the Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs and other partners with the guidance of UNICEF at both national and regional levels
- Guide the elaboration of a costed federal and four regional social protection action plans
- Support the county office research agenda on social protection, in particular the impact evaluation of the pilot programmes and the various studies related to social protection in Ethiopia.
- Lead the county office South-South cooperation activities across countries and regions
- Prepare and submit reports of the implementation of the SCT pilot programs to the regional and federal partners
- Support the federal and regional social protection platform secretariat in coordinating the regional social protection interventions
- Advocate and liaise with the PSNP for the scale up of the Direct Support Clients in the PSNP
- Attend meetings related to the program as required (Social protection platforms, Donor Working Group of the PSNP, Social Development Task force, Systems building technical committee meetings )
- Follow up and coordinate the smooth and effective implementation of the activities in the REPOM AWP with MoLSA and the UN joint programme
Expected Deliverables and Timeline
- Two Regional and four woreda SCT Secretariat are established and function effectively in accordance the SCT Design Report and the SCT Guidelines
- Regional and woreda level agencies and offices receive guidance and assistance as required
- A data bank and MIS documenting and analysing beneficiary data and program activities, outputs, outcomes and costs is established
- A costed federal and two regional Social protection action plans are drafted
- Training modules for all levels, Federal to Kebele, are available for the Social Workers
- Monthly/Quarterly progress and financial reports of the implementation of the social protection programme in both regions are prepared in accordance with guidelines.
- Monthly reports on Challenges and recommendations on the implementation are shared
- Minutes of the various consultations with partners
- Inputs to donor reports as required
- Mid-year and annual report for REPOM social protection component
- Final report for the UN joint programme
- Irish Aid donor reports as needed
Expected background and Experience
Master degree in Sociology, Social work, Economics or other relevant discipline
A Minimum 5 years working experience in areas of social protection
Fluent in English
Ability to work through networking and in partnership
Familiar with development issues and with policies and procedures in international development cooperation
Good analytical, negotiating, communication and advocacy skills
Good writing and editing skills
Demonstrated ability to work in a multi-cultural environment, and establish harmonious and effective working relationships both within and outside the organization.
Leadership and teamwork abilities
Proven track record in building the capacity of partners as well as in providing technical assistance;
Familiarity and experience working with government counter parts;
Excellent report writing skills;
Excellent team player;
- Diversity and Inclusion
Core and functional UNICEF and Humanitarian Competencies:
- Communication (II)
- Working with People (II)
- Drive for Results (II)
- Leading and supervising (I)
- Deciding and initiating actions (III)
- Persuading and influencing (III)
- Formulating Strategies and Concepts (II)
- Analyzing (III)
- Adapting and responding to change (III)
- Coping with pressure and setbacks (III)
- Applying Technical Expertise (III)
- Learning and Researching (II)
- Planning and Organizing (II)
- Relating and networking (II)
How to apply:
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.
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Applications from qualified women are encouraged.
Ethiopia: Deputy Country Director - National Programs
Closing date: 2015-10-13Application : Apply for the job
Organization: Save the Children
Closing date: 13 Oct 2015
Save the Children is the world's leading independent organisation for children. We work in 120 countries. We save children's lives; we fight for their rights; we help them fulfil their potential.
We work together, with our partners, to inspire breakthroughs in the way the world treats children and to achieve immediate and lasting change in their lives.
We have over two million supporters worldwide and raised 1.9 billion dollars last year to reach more children than ever before, through programmes in health, nutrition, education, protection and child rights, also in times of humanitarian crises.
Following a major transition, our international programmes are now delivered through a merged operation with c15,000 staff, managed through seven regional hubs and reporting to a relatively small, central office. We're changing to become more efficient, more aligned, a better partner, a stronger advocate, a magnet for world-class people and relevant for the 21st century.
Contract length: 3 years
The Deputy Country Director of National Programmes shares in the overall responsibility for the direction and coordination of National Progams, focussing on the management and support of programmes in the areas of Health, Malaria and HIV/AIDS, Emergency Nutrition, Education, Child Protection, Water Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH), Food Security and related areas depending on the development of programmes, in an extremely large country program
Qualifications and experience
- Recommended a minimum of 10 years management experience in a corporate or an NGO environment, including significant field operations experience running both emergency and development programs
Experience in running large development programs, preferably as Chief of Party or Project Director
Bachelor in development or other social sciences, Masters degree preferred
Robust experience of NGO emergency program cycle management, and with experience of working within a complex and matrix organisation structure
A very good understanding of at least 3 of the sectoral programs and a working knowledge of the program priorities of the Country Office
Knowledge of international humanitarian systems, institutions and donors, and of procedures, accountability frameworks and best practices in emergency management an asset
Substantial experience and knowledge of effective financial and budgetary control and securing and managing grants from major institutional donors
Solid project management skills related to organisational development projects and international, cross-functional teams with a proven history of delivering results
Excellent conceptual and analytical skills, effective negotiator, with the ability to positively influence cross departmental and cross sectoral working relationship
Experience of solving complex issues through analysis, definition of a clear way forward and ensuring buy-in
Strong skills and expertise in operational planning, financial and budget management as well as people management
An in-depth understanding of national and international development issues in particular in relation to children
Previous experience of managing and developing a team and the ability to lead, motivate and develop others
Demonstrated ability to set and achieve objectives
Experience in program development and good knowledge of donors (including multilateral, institutional, and corporates) and context
Excellent interpersonal, communication and presentation skills
Fluency in written and spoken English
Ability and willingness to change work practices and hours, and work with incoming teams in the event of major emergencies
Flexible and adaptable to dynamic changes and fast-paced work environment
Commitment to and understanding of Save the Children's aims, values and principles including rights-based approaches.
We need to keep children safe so our selection process reflects our commitment to the protection of children from abuse.
To see a full a job description, please visit our website at www.savethechildren.net/jobs
Please apply in English using your CV and covering letter as a single document, including your salary expectations for this role.
How to apply:
Application Email: Please apply with a covering letter and up-to-date CV to: 'firstname.lastname@example.org'
Ethiopia: Country Manager, Ethiopia
Closing date: 2015-10-13Application : Apply for the job
Organization: Right To Play
Closing date: 13 Oct 2015
The Country Manager reports directly to the Regional Director and is responsible and accountable for the management and development of all Right To Play work in the country of deployment. He/she represents Right To Play in the respective country and will be responsible for the overall strategy, management and development of the program as well as human resources. The ultimate goal of the position is to manage and grow the organization s programming, to increase the quality, efficiency and long term impact of the program.
Job Responsibility #1: Communication & Representation (25% of Time):
Represents the organization in local media, promotes knowledge of RTP programs, mandate and values amongst all stakeholders, potential partners and general public.
Serves as the main local contact for all external stakeholders; develops and maintains links with relevant senior country representatives in donors, UN bodies, intergovernmental bodies, and other international NGOs.
Ensures strong working relationships and collaborations with current and new partner organizations through regular correspondence, engagement, reporting and meetings.
Supports preparation and hosting of strategic donor and RTP HQ visits and workshops.
Job Responsibility #2: Donor Stewardship & Fundraising (20% of Time):
Assess potential partners and partnerships; secures and stewards local funding opportunities and builds the relationships on the ground that are needed to support donor cultivation.
Leads proposal development for prioritized funding opportunities, facilitates participation by key team members to produce winning submissions.
Leads the development of proposals for expansion of new programs and the continuation of existing ones through coordinated efforts with RTP Regional team as well as headquarters team. Represents RTP to current or potential donors to secure and sustain funding, including government/institutional donors, corporate sector and foundations.
Job Responsibility #3: Program Strategic Leadership (15% of Time):
Develops the strategic vision and direction of the program(s) in line with the strategic direction of RTP.
Develops and manages the portfolio of program activities of the country in line with RTP strategic country plans and region and global vision.
Promotes knowledge and awareness of RTP program amongst all stakeholders, ensures effective communication plan is in place and used by the program team.
Ensures accountability of RTP activities at all levels through efficient and transparent use of program resources, in line with RTP policies and procedures.
Job Responsibility #4: Program Financial Management, Quality & Reporting (15% of Time):
Oversees the country annual budget and monitors and verifies the program budgets in adherence to approved budgets and procedures.
Ensures financial monitoring systems provide timely and relevant reports to country staff, including analysis and tracking of grant commitments and obligations.
Ensures timely and quality finance report submission to RO/HQ and donors.
Ensures all program staff has understanding of financial and internal control systems, budget analysis and work in compliance with RTP policies and procedures.
Oversees the collation and timely submission of key technical, baseline, project evaluation, donor and other monitoring and evaluation related reports to donors, Regional Office and HQ as required.
Ensures that learning is regularly generated within all projects, documented and shared.
Job Responsibility #5: Human Resources Management, Capacity Building & Compliance (15% of Time):
Oversees overall country HR management processes providing advice on the management of all staff to ensure that it s carried out within RTP stated policies, practices and procedures as well as the country employment laws.
Provides advice on the interpretation of policies, regulations and rules and supports the senior team in explaining rights and responsibilities to the staff.
Ensures effective recruitment of qualified staff in coordination with the Regional and HQ office and leads the selection process.
Ensures all employees receive the appropriate orientation and understand the work required from them.
Oversees the mentoring and training of staff to ensure that they have the appropriate skill levels for their positions and are developing to their full capacity.
Ensures on-going and timely appraisal of all staff performance.
Leads, coaches and develops the senior team ensures they are equipped with the required expertise at country level (e.g. in programs, policy, advocacy and finance).
Oversees staff compensation in line with approved budget and RTP compensation policy and approves the monthly payroll.
Manages the exit of employees and ensures that information gathered during exit interviews are used for improvement.
Job Responsibility #6: Security & Staff Welfare (5% of Time):
Carries out risk, vulnerability and threat assessments as well as physical security assessments of all sites making prioritized recommendations for improvement and follows through with approved recommendations until fully implemented.
Liaises with local and regional officials, UN, NGO and other agencies regarding security issues in the planning, coordination, promotion of, and support for existing RTP projects.
Is accountable for security of all RTP Country Office assets and handling these assets in conformance with Right To Play policy.
Job Responsibility #7: Other Duties (5% of Time):
Perform other duties as assigned.
Required (must have):
Master s degree in business administration, social sciences, development studies or other related discipline.
Desired (an asset):
Strong understanding of financial analysis.
Sport and play industry experience.
Required (must have):
10 years of experience in a leadership role within a large or international organization working on strategic planning, quality improvement, project planning and implementation, monitoring and evaluation, human resources, financial management.
IT KNOWLEDGE/SKILLS REQUIRED:
Required (must have):
Proven knowledge of program management tools and procedures
Proven knowledge of budgetary control and financial management, including ability to read and understand financial data.
Proven experience in proposal development and report writing
Demonstrated computer skills especially in MS Office packages
Understanding of Human Rights and peace building concept
Understanding of country laws and regulations
COMPETENCIES / PERSONAL ATTRIBUTES:
Strategic planning skills
Leadership, influencing and managerial skills
Ability to gain trust and secure donor funding
Excellent interpersonal communication skills to build rapport with staff, partners, government officials, donors and community leaders
Creativity and problem solving skills
Strong presentation skills
Superior organizational skills and ability to multi-task
Ability to work under pressure meeting deadlines
Compensation & Eligibility:This position is open to Ethiopian nationals and women applicants are highly encouraged.
We offer a competitive salary and benefits package
Employment Start Date:As soon as possible.
Contract Duration:Two Years
How to apply:
HOW TO APPLY:
If you are interested in applying for this position, please send your resume and cover letter to:
email@example.com kindly include Country Manager, Ethiopia and your name in the subject line. Please indicate your salary expectations in the cover letter.
While we thank all applicants for their interest, only those selected for interviews will be contacted.
Right To Play is a child-centered organization. Our recruitment and selection procedures reflect our commitment to the safety and protection of children in our programs.
To learn more about who we are and what we do, please visit our website at www.righttoplay.com.
Right To Play - Human Resources Philosophy
Right To Play is an international humanitarian organization that uses the power of sport and play to improve the lives of children in the disadvantaged areas of the world. We believe that all children have the right to play.
Right To Play s human resources philosophy reflects the spirit that drives the organization. The philosophy influences the kind of people who are interested in working for us, the kind of people we recruit and how we treat our people.
Right To Play s culture is entrepreneurial, where employees are encouraged and empowered to perform in the context of rapid international growth, and to aim for the highest quality and adopt global best practices in delivering our programs.
Our employees are global citizens who are passionate about improving the world we live in through value-based grassroots activities. We work on the ground with and through people in the communities we serve to improve the lives of their children. By having a constant presence in these communities and helping them develop the resources and skills they need to help themselves, we aim for sustainable, long-term development.
To translate our vision into action, our philosophy for delivering our programs is LOOK AFTER YOURSELF, LOOK AFTER ONE ANOTHER . Our employees are the backbone of this delivery, and the philosophy supports them by defining the desired outcomes of our human resources philosophy. This means that we pay competitive salaries, provide comprehensive benefits, encourage employee social events, provide development opportunities and a great work environment.
We measure the success of this philosophy by indicators such as employee satisfaction surveys and staff turnover rate, as well as the overall success of Right To Play.
Ethiopia: Programme Director Ethiopia - Handicap International
Closing date: 2015-10-18Application : Apply for the job
Organization: Handicap International
Closing date: 18 Oct 2015
Handicap International is an independent and impartial international aid organisation working in situations of poverty and exclusion, conflict and disaster. Working alongside persons with disabilities and other vulnerable groups, our action and testimony are focused on responding to their essential needs, improving their living conditions and promoting respect for their dignity and their fundamental rights. Handicap International is a not-for-profit organisation with no religious or political affiliation. It operates as a federation made up of a network of associations that provide it with human and financial resources, manage its projects and implement its actions and social mission. For more details on the association: www.handicap-international.frand review our job offers: http://www.handicap-international.fr/emploi
Handicap International is operating in Ethiopia since 1986 and has implemented projects in the area of physical rehabilitation, mine risk education, community based rehabilitation, food security, HIV and AIDS, capacity building of local associations of Persons with Disabilities (PwDs).
Currently the program is operating:
- Inclusive Education USAID funding project in Dire Dawa region (up to 2017): To improve access of children with disability to primary education in six regions (Dire Dawa, Harar, Somali, Oromia, Amhara and Addis Ababa)
- Resilience through Enhanced Adaptation, Action-learning, and Partnership (REAAP) USAID project with CRS (up to 2017)**:**To sustainably increase resilience and reduce long term vulnerability to current and future climate change and climate-related shocks and stresses in communities of East and West Hararghe.
- Improving living conditions in Refugee Camps (Gambella south sudanse refugees): Improving the living conditions of people with disabilities and vulnerable people in refugee camps in Ethiopia (refugees and displaced people). Ensuring access to basic services (food, hygiene, health care, drinking water, etc.) and specific services for the most vulnerable populations.
General mission: To represent HI in the country of intervention and manage the programme s teams to implement the organisation's mandate. The position is under the supervision of the Desk Officer East & Southern Africa (based in Headquarters).
- Representing HI and promoting all aspects of its mandate in the country of intervention
- Drafting and ensuring implementation of the programme's Country/Regional Programme Framework (CPF) in line with HI's general framework
- Ensuring the implementation of a security system on the programme
- Managing the programme's teams
- Managing the programme's internal and external communication
Skills & experiences:
- Master Degree in Development, political science, Public health, Business or administration
- At last 4 years professional experience in management/ coordination functions and developing projects, including experience of team management and project engineering-related issues (financial and budgetary procedures, organisation, planning, reporting, implementation of the project cycle ) ;
- At least 3 years experience in development/humanitarian work.
- Strong self manager with a proven ability to prioritise tasks and excellent time management skills;
- Excellent communication skills both oral and in writing: capacity to listen, responsiveness and diplomacy;
- Calm, pragmatic, with the ability to remain efficient in stressful situations;
- Excellent interpersonal skills
- Sense of leadership
Would be an asset:
- Previous experience with Handicap International and/or in Africa
- Experience of USAID grants management
- Experience of consortium management
- Good knowledge of disability and inclusion processes
****REQUIRED LANGUAGE SKILLS****:
Fluency in both written and verbal English is essential
Security situation is quite calm in Addis Ababa even if Ethiopia is on constant threat from Al-Shebab and risk remains during sport events and AU summit. Life in Addis Ababa is comfortable allowing for a wide range of cultural and leisure activities. Shops and commodities are available and Addis Ababa is close to the mountain and forests. The climate is generally cool and cold at night during winter as the capital is in altitude. The position requires frequent travels to the different areas of Ethiopia, some of them being highly remote and requested very strict security protocols when travelling and working.
Salary: 2500-2800 gross salary/month + 457 Euros net/month expatriation allowance + 50% of the medical cover taken in charge by HI + repatriation insurance + indemnity for partner and children
How to apply:
Please send resume and cover letter following this link : http://hi.profilsearch.com/recrute/fr/fo_annonce_voir.php?id=1123&idpartenaire=136
Ethiopia: Head of IFRC Delegation and Permanent Representative to Africa Union & International Organisations in Africa
Closing date: 2015-10-20Application : Apply for the job
Organization: International Federation of Red Cross And Red Crescent Societies
Closing date: 20 Oct 2015
The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) is the world's largest humanitarian network, reaching 150 million people each year through its 187 member National Societies. . Along with National Societies and the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), the Federation is part of the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement. The overall aim of the IFRC is to inspire, encourage, facilitate, and promote at all times all forms of humanitarian activities by National Societies with a view to preventing and alleviating human suffering and thereby contributing to the maintenance and promotion of human dignity and peace in the world. It works to meet the needs and improve the lives of vulnerable people before, during and after disasters, health emergencies and other crises.
The Federation is served by a Secretariat based in Geneva, with regional and country offices throughout the world. The Secretariat is led by the IFRC Secretary General and provides the central capacity of the International Federation to serve, connect, and represent National Societies. The Secretariat s focus includes providing support to the IFRC governance mechanisms; setting norms and standards; providing guidance; ensuring consistency, coordination, and accountability for performance; knowledge sharing; promoting collaboration within and respect for the RCRC Movement; and expanding engagement with partners.
The Head of Delegation and the Permanent Representative to the African Union and International Organisations (HoD)*advocates for heightened Red Cross Red Crescent influence and support for our work.*
Based in Addis Ababa, the HoD focus will be to :
Strengthen relations with external and public partners including the African Union, inter-governmental organisations, governments, international organisations, and other network and institutions to help position African National Societies and the International Federation as the leading humanitarian development organisation;
Lead in the strengthening relations with Africa Union (AU) and the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA) on a permanent representation and observer status accorded to IFRC by these institutions. Engagement with these institutions provides expanded opportunities for the development and implementation of strategies for diversifying and increasing resource mobilisation for African National Societies and the International Federation.
The HoD supports the efforts to advocate and promote S2020 in Africa Region by working with the national societies and Movement Partners; specifically to ensure effective advocacy, communication and promotion of S2020. support in the , advocacy with African governments through the African Union and other inter-governmental organizations on, disaster laws legislation, external relations and public affairs,, resource mobilisation and strategic partnerships within the Red Cross/Red Crescent Movement and externally.
The HoD reports to the Director of Africa Region and is a member of the Strategic partnerships global team.
The HoD plays a key role in assisting the Director of Africa Region in co-ordinating the organisation of Pan Africa Conference (PAC), in addition to supporting the functions of strategic partnerships, humanitarian diplomacy, external relations and Africa Union /international organisations representation in Africa.
Job duties and responsibilities
The post holder is responsible for ensuring that the relations and interactions between the IFRC , the African Union, inter-governmental organization and other international organizations in Africa are well managed and coordinated. to carry out the following range of activities:
- Supporting National Societies to strengthen their capacity to actively engage in humanitarian diplomacy
Develop framework for strategic engagement with the African Union and International Organizations by mapping the specific areas of interest for the IFRC and to identify key decision-makers or movers/influencers
Support African National Societies' efforts to deepen their relationships with their governments, inter-governmental organizations and the general public through the development of processes which support contact with academia, foundations, the private sector, media, corporate partners or others capable of supporting IFRC humanitarian objectives.
Establish and build a humanitarian dialogue forum(HDF) that aims to help position the Red Cross and Red Crescent as a leader in addressing key humanitarian and development issues in Africa.
Produce high quality analysis of humanitarian and development issues, as well as mainstreaming a more critical and analytical mind set amongst all Federation staff
2. Africa Union & International Organisations Permanent Representation
Permanent Representative and IFRC head of delegation to the Africa Union and International organisations leads in the strengthening of relations with Africa Union (AU), Inter-Governmental organizations and the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA) on a permanent representation and observer status accorded to IFRC by these institutions.
Promote partnerships between AU Member States and African Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies, as auxiliaries to the public authorities in their countries, which accelerate work towards the solution of such challenges as diseases, natural disasters, environmental challenges including climate change, the humanitarian consequences of migration, and violence in urban settings.
Cooperate to develop joint information tools such as publication of appropriate material, posters and audio-visuals as may be considered necessary, to increase access to information and level of public awareness of matters of mutual interest. Make recommendations for joint or coordinated advocacy on issues of mutual interest.
Support activities which build national capacity and enable that capacity to play a full part in this cooperation.
Engage with the AU Secretariat in the implementation of IFRC-AU Memorandum of Understanding, ensuring that regular consultations are done consistent with MoU principles.
Engage the Federation s membership in meaningful ways to extend the reach and impact of the humanitarian diplomacy efforts undertaken at the AU headquarters.
Contribute to the expertise of AU Secretariat and build alliances in order to influence the decision making on substantive matters.
Enhance the coordination of humanitarian operations by liaising with the relevant AU Commissions and other partners, including through regular and active participation in relevant working groups.
Carry out the process of advancing IFRC profiling (visibility) and positioning (on substantive issues) throughout the Continent.
Participate in the negotiation and networking with regional and international organisations, thereby enhancing our visibility, and mobilize support for our priorities through active lobbying and advocacy.
Monitor the work of the Regional groupings (e.g., ECOWAS, CEMAC, SADC, EAC, etc) and their sub-committees and ECOSOC with thematic focus on humanitarian affairs (incl. humanitarian coordination, disaster risk reduction, and disaster management), health issues (incl. communicable diseases, epidemics, water/sanitation, and food security), climate change, vulnerable groups (incl. women, children, and indigenous people) and the UN.
3. External Affairs & Relations
To coordinate the development of an external relations plan of action for the Federation's work in the Africa Region under the supervision of the Regional Director .
Map and analyse the current pattern of relations and partnerships that the Federation has with international and regional organisations within the Africa Region and globally.
Based on the established plans and the needs and priorities of national societies and the Federation secretariat in Africa , develop a plan of action to build a more strategic engagement with a number of identified international organisations. Based on work that is already being carried out, these will include the Africa Development Bank, UNECA, IGAD and RECs.
Work with the relevant Federation staff in the Regional cluster/country offices to carry out the objectives of the agreed external relations plan of action.
Build and maintain relations with Africa national societies, Movement partners working in the region and relevant Geneva secretariat departments in order to advance the objectives of the external relations plan of action.
Organize and lead diplomatic corps/donor roundtable meetings to identify priorities and opportunities and collect information on their respective strategic frameworks.
Organize meetings and discussions with embassies and missions accredited to the AU to raise awareness on Federation resource mobilization requirements in consultation with the IFRC delegation.
Ensure effective humanitarian diplomacy and advocacy, communications and reporting. This should ensure provision of advice on the messages, products, and processes to be used when appealing to various clients for resource mobilization.
Create a presence at regional and international conferences & relevant global gatherings through panel and/or plenary discussions, side events, displays, etc.
4. Resource Mobilisation
Assisting the Regional Director in managing the coverage of the Federation Annual Appeal, Emergency Appeals and special funding requests for the Africa Region.
Facilitating partnership agreements with relevant regional and inter-governmental organizations in relation to resource mobilization for NSs and Federation supported programmes in liaison with the concerned technical departments in the zone office and Geneva.
Develop data base for maintaining updated information on current and potential sources of partnerships and funding for the Federation in Africa, and support knowledge management activities in the context of strategic partnerships at the regional level, under overall coordination of the Regional Director.
Facilitating partnership agreements with national and regional organizations and the development of partnership with relevant regional organizations for reaching national societies as well as secretariat's programmes resource mobilization needs, in coordination with the technical regional and Geneva departments.
5. Advocacy & Communication
Convey and adapt a corporate communications process in order to harmonize messaging and communications priorities within the Africa region and position the Federation in key areas around the Global Agenda with particular reference to Africa Union and external partners.
Provide the technical support and guidance to Country Representatives, Cluster Heads and Programme Coordinators in managing relations with external stakeholders including international organizations, government representatives, private partners or potential goodwill ambassadors.
6. Disaster Laws Legislation
Support DLL in advocating for national DRR legislation, development plans and disaster management strategies that are relevant and effective for vulnerable people.
Negotiate and prepare in collaboration with the legal department agreements and MOUs with relevant RECs and international organizations and facilitate the establishment operational of agreements with key RECs and international institutions.
organisation, management and implementation.
7. General Management
Provide day to day management of all staff reporting to the position in the AU office. This includes ensuring of staff security.
To be the IFRC Head of Mission (HoM) in Ethiopia with the overall responsibility of managing and developing good working relations with the Ethiopian government
Ensure compliance with applicable laws and status agreements to minimise risk of harm to the Federation and its secretariat personnel, properties and resources. Special attention is to be given on the compliance of procurement procedures and standards.
Ensure sound planning and financial management for areas under his/her responsibility.
Contribute to upholding the Secretariats strategies, plans, regulations, procedures and management system within the Region, and support their improvement and review as necessary.
Promote a culture of performance and continuous learning to improve the accountability and impact for vulnerable people.
Provide leadership to the monitoring and reporting process on global performance indicators and promote a culture of performance and continuous learning to improve the accountability and impact for vulnerable people
Deputise for the Director when requested during his / her absences.
Duties applicable to all staff
1.Actively work towards the achievement of the Federation Secretariat s goals. 2. Abide by and work in accordance with the Red Cross and Red Crescent principles. 3. Perform any other work related duties and responsibilities that may be assigned by the line manager. Position Requirements\EducationPost-graduate (i.e., Master s or Ph.D. degree or equivalent) in social sciences/development studies, strategic/programme management, international relations, management studies or other relevant discipline Preferred. Professional Qualification in diplomacy political science and Basic Delegates Training Course or equivalent knowledge preferred. ExperienceMinimum of 10 years work experience in humanitarian operations for a humanitarian aid organisation and or development cooperation organisation, 5 of which should be at in a management position. 5 years of experience in analysing, planning, report writing and managing programmes and resources and resource mobilisation. Experience of acting in a representational role and maintaining donor and partner relations. 10 years of experience in government relations at national or multilateral levels. 5 years of work experience including management in a Red Cross/Red Crescent National Society, IFRC or ICRC, or a relevant international organization. Solid experience working in low income countries and sometimes in hardship areas. Experience in leading diverse teams and engaging with governments and leaders at senior level.
Knowledge and Skills
Proven people management skills in a multi-cultural environment and strong track record of developing people. Demonstrated ability to undertake high-level representational and advocacy role. Drive change and improvements and ability to deliver strategies in a challenging environment. Understanding of and commitment to the IFRC s mission and values. Ability to work in a cross cultural and cross-functional environment. Demonstrated initiative and creativity, and substantial experience of strategic thinking, including identifying, analyzing, problem solving and responding to opportunities and challenges and the ability to translate these into practical plans of action. Self-supporting in computers (Windows, spreadsheets, word processing) Knowledge of the Government, NGO, International organisations and UN system and international relations. Excellent skills in networking with other agencies and organisations, representation and diplomatic skills. Excellent interpersonal negotiation skills, including the ability to effectively communicate a vision. Professional etiquette. LanguagesFluently spoken and written English. Good command of another IFRC official language (French or Arabic) Core Competencies :Communication; Collaboration and Teamwork; Judgement and Decision Making; National Society and Customer Relations; Creativity and Innovation; Building Trust; Managerial Competencies :Managing Staff Performance; Managing Staff Development Functional Competencies :Strategic Orientation; Building Alliances; Leadership; Empowering Others.
How to apply:
Please click on the link below to apply:- http://www.ifrc.org/en/who-we-are/working-with-us/current-vacancies/