CARE Ethiopia
  • Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

CARE Ethiopia’s mission is to work with poor women and men, boys and girls, communities and institutions, to have a significant impact on the underlying causes of poverty in Ethiopia.

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Sep 06, 2018
Organization: CARE USA Country: Ethiopia Closing date: 30 Sep 2018 CARE seeks a Deputy Chief of Party (DCOP) for an anticipated USAID-funded project to improve resilience of pastoralist areas in Ethiopia through market expansion. This procurement is expected to be a five-year cooperative agreement. International relocation and allowances may be available for this position. The DCOP will work closely with the Chief of Party to guarantee quality, efficiency, integrity, and learning throughout project duration. S/he will provide strategic oversight and technical guidance to, and resolve challenges in implementation of, cross-sectoral activities reflective of the program’s theory of change, logical framework, monitoring and evaluation, and relevant work plans. In addition to promoting quality, the DCOP will encourage efficiency in program delivery. This involves continually monitoring program tasks and activities against goals; minimizing duplication of personnel activities; and defining and using standard operating procedures. The DCOP will be responsible for ensuring the establishment of strong positive partnerships and working relationships with relevant Federal and Regional Government offices. The aim of these partnerships is to establish joint planning, implementation and monitoring and evaluation and learning operations and systems. The DCOP is also expected to promote learning and innovation. This includes adapting tools and systems; promoting data-driven, evidence-based actions; expanding successful activities’ breadth and depth; building capacity to work in new ways; and communicating best practices to relevant parties. Primary responsibilities: Oversee the coordinated planning (of activities and resources) and implementation of the program and program operations in line with state-of-the art strategies, technical standards, and applicable USAID rules and regulations. In collaboration with the Chief of Party, ensure the adequacy of planning, monitoring and reporting and competence for the effective scale up of program interventions to meet established programmatic and financial targets and timeframes. Develop and implement systems that address food insecurity and other pertinent sectoral issues. Resolve/facilitate the resolution of technical issues. Provide strategic oversight of program tasks and activities, including participating in budget discussions. Conduct monitoring visits to observe field activities. Serve on the program’s Senior Management Team. Promote quality, efficiency, integrity, and learning throughout program duration. Mentor and supervise direct report/s. Required skills: Advanced degree in International Development, Agriculture/Agronomy, Nutrition, Water-and-Sanitation Engineering, Economics, or related field. Minimum of 8 years of recent and progressively-challenging experience working in two or more of the following areas: Food Security, Market Development, Resilience, Natural Resource Management, Gender and Social Transformation. Working knowledge of programming in chronically vulnerable environments, with an emphasis or experience working in pastoralist livelihood environments. Prior experience working on or managing USAID funded-programs is required. Proven leadership skills. Demonstrated experience recruiting, developing, and managing staff. Demonstrated ability to build and maintain relationships with host governments, donors, other donor-funded projects and stakeholders, local organizations, and partners. Experience managing programmatic and financial reporting requirements. Previous experience in Ethiopia is preferred but not required. Fluency in written and spoken English. How to apply:
CARE Ethiopia Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Full time
Aug 22, 2018
ETB 4,125 - ETB 5,000 yearly
Internship Vacancy     Salary: USD 150   Internship Summary T he intern will support the work of knowledge management and communication activities by providing support for collecting of relevant information for communication products, documentation of learning products on KM libraries, developing events calendar, facilitating capacity building and lesson sharing events events, photographing major events, designing communication materials.  The supervisor will provide on-going oversight and feedback to the intern on a daily basis. Scope of Work Please provide a description of the  project  with which the intern will work: The intern will support the knowledge management and communications related activities in programme quality and assurance unit. The knowledge management and communications is primarily tasked to promote learning, knowledge sharing and enhance organizational visibility among others. Deliverables Supported by KM and Communications Advisor, the intern is expected to support the following deliverables: 1.       Collecting of relevant information for communication products, 2.       Documentation of learning products on KM libraries, 3.       Developing events calendar 4.       Facilitating capacity building and lesson sharing events, 5.       Photographing major events, 6.       Designing communication materials. 7.       Editing and developing stories    Job Requirements Education  B.A  Degree in Communications, Journalism,  Public relations , and other social science WORK EXPERIENCE : 0-1 Year Maximum   Desired Technical Skills Excellent written and spoken English and excellent computer skills, particularly Word and Excel and familiarity with CARE and reasonable knowledge about its approach and programs.   How to Apply If you are interested to be part of our dynamic team, exciting work environment and contribute to CARE Ethiopia’s mission and vision, please apply directly on ethio jobs website with: CV (not more than 3 page)  and cover letter (not more than one page).                                    Only  Ethiopian female applicants  are eligible  
CARE Ethiopia Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Internship