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First Position: Manager II of Nutrition Programme

Principal Duties and Positions:

 

  • Throughout the project cycle, provide management, direction, and technical oversight of all new and ongoing nutrition-related activities within the JEOP. This will guarantee that project design, start-up, implementation, and close-out adhere to industry best practices, donor guidelines, and CRS quality standards.
  • JEOP nutrition team talent management done right. Control employee relations and team dynamics. JEOP and consortium nutrition staff should receive coaching; individual growth plans should be strategically tailored; and performance management for direct reports should be finished.
  • Oversee the creation of the program’s learning materials; find sources of information, publications, and research on JEOP nutrition and MEAL policy implementation. Encourage the sharing of effective techniques and lessons discovered to support the agency’s knowledge management strategy. Make sure the consortium as a whole incorporates innovations and best practices.
  • Assist in the proactive search for new financing sources to support the expansion of the JEOP nutrition sector by donor, agency, and regional strategic priorities. As the technical lead and technical writer, make sure that JEOP nutrition work proposals are of the highest caliber and meet donor and agency requirements. Participate in personnel, budgeting, and proposal-related activities.
  • To improve program quality and impact, oversee technical assistance and capacity-building initiatives for JEOP nutrition staff and partner organizations.
  • Oversee the proper implementation of partnership concepts, methods, and methodologies as well as the identification, evaluation, and strengthening of partnerships pertinent to the nutrition work of JEOP.
  • Make sure that project expenses are made on schedule, appropriately, and by financial plans. You should also take good care of the project’s material sources.

Support for Technical Programmes

  • Make sure that the nutrition programs are implemented by national norms and globally recognized standards.
  • Monitor program impact and make sure that program data is accurate and pertinent so that it can be utilized to guide program development in collaboration with the CRS and partner nutrition focal points.
  • As needed, give staff direction on how to include a nutrition component in other industries.
  • Give technical guidance and assistance to carry out quick and standard nutrition surveys.
  • Take part in the creation and growth of JEOP nutrition programs for development and emergencies.
  • To conduct nutrition training for project nutrition personnel and MOH counterparts implementing nutrition programs, support and mentor partners, and nutrition focal points. This training should concentrate on all facets of community-based management of acute malnutrition (CMAM), IYCF, etc.
  • Health workers are trained in conducting and completing surveys, such as SMART surveys, coverage surveys, and other evaluations of target groups’ nutritional status, by support partners ENCU and nutrition focal points.

Basic requirements:

 

  • It is necessary to have a master’s degree in international relations, international development, or health and nutrition.
  • It is necessary to have at least 5 years of relevant field-based project management experience, ideally with at least 2-3 years spent working in health emergency programs.
  • expertise overseeing initiatives of moderate complexity for a global NGO.
  • English and Amharic are required languages; knowledge of other national languages is advantageous.
  • Travel: A 30% travel requirement must be met.

 

Know-how, competencies, and abilities:

 

  • strong analytical and problem-solving abilities, with the capacity to provide creative solutions and make wise decisions
  • strong interpersonal management skills. the capacity to connect with individuals on all levels, both inside and outside the body. Be methodical in your approach to every interaction.
  • Strong facilitation and presenting abilities
  • proactive, creative, focused on finding solutions, and results-driven

Optimal Qualifications

  • Strong project management and project design expertise, ideally managing funding from several public sponsors, such as USAID.
  • demonstrated proficiency in crafting excellent technical proposals.
  • interaction with affiliated organizations.
  • MEAL experience and skills are necessary.
  • Experience in staff management and skills that support a classroom setting.
  • familiarity with web conferencing tools, information management systems, Microsoft Windows, and Office suites (Excel, Word, PowerPoint).
  • knowledge of programming in MAM and SAM.

Place of work: Addis Ababa

Nutrition Programme Manager II Application Form

 

November 13, 2023, is the deadline.

 

Post 2: Research, Learning, and Adaptation Technical Advisor I

 

Principal Duties and Positions:

 

  • To guarantee that high-quality research is created and carried out according to program design and learning goals, JEOP should coordinate the support given by the Johns Hopkins University research institution. This will help to reinforce connections and add layers of learning.
  • JEOP needs assessments and annual outcomes surveys should be overseen and coordinated.
  • Participate in the creation of JEOP learning objectives and activities, which include formulating rigorous study designs that are implementable within the framework of continuing programming and identifying research topics. As appropriate, offer assistance in creating research plans, developing mechanisms for collecting both qualitative and quantitative data, and obtaining local administrative and ethical clearances for the learning agenda activities.
  • Create strategies for the implementation of research to guarantee that high-quality data is collected on time, in compliance with research protocols, and suitably coordinated with program execution at various JEOP and RFSA locations. This includes coordinating with CRS MEAL colleagues on the use of electronic data collection platforms and sharing MEAL data to feed into research and learning activities; logistics and planning; pilot testing and improving data collection tools and procedures; training and supervising data collectors; and interacting with the MEAL team for timely data sharing and real-time data quality review.
  • To inform partners about learning objectives, progress towards objectives, and important findings that are pertinent to program delivery, coordinate progress reviews, the tracking and review of the JEOP learning activities, and assist in the dissemination of findings within the consortium. This includes data analysis (descriptive statistics), developing and producing summaries and briefing documents.
  • Assist in disseminating the research and learning agenda to external audiences. This may involve working together to write reports, briefing sheets, peer-reviewed journal articles, and PowerPoint slides for presentations.
  • To help with research uptake, cultivate and maintain connections with donors, peer organizations, research, and other institutions. This includes taking part in and presenting at (international) events to gather and exchange best practices and highlight the efforts of the two consortiums.

Basic requirements:

 

  • a master’s degree or above in anthropology, development, statistics, applied sociology, nutrition, or other related fields.
  • At least five years of relevant, steadily growing field experience in research, design, and evaluation in development and/or humanitarian contexts; ideally, this experience includes experience from both international non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and the United Nations as well as university or research institutions.
  • Proven leadership abilities and previous experience overseeing the collection of quantitative data, doing statistical analysis, and interpreting research results to be translated into code that can be put into use.
  • strong conceptual understanding of logic models, gender and protection integration into monitoring and evaluation, food and nutrition security indicators, monitoring and assessment, and data quality assurance and utilization.
  • Proficiency in working with a variety of stakeholders and the capacity to form strategic alliances with nearby organizations, including customizing communication to generate excitement and curiosity about important subjects. expertise using adult learning concepts and practices in training, coaching, mentoring, and facilitation.
  • Ability to program in at least one statistical software, such as SPSS, R Studio, STATA, or MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint).
  • demonstrated the capacity to communicate clearly and effectively in English, both when writing and speaking.
  • Ability to exercise initiative, work independently, and produce excellent work by applying critical thinking, creative problem-solving, and effective interpersonal and communication skills.

Desired Requirements:

 

  • prior expertise in the design, implementation, analysis, and synthesis of qualitative research.
  • expertise in the investigation and assessment of humanitarian programs, including peer-reviewed journal articles from these settings or on associated topics including resilience, recovery, livelihoods, food security, nutrition, and/or cash transfers.

Speech

  • Amharic is needed.
  • Desirable are Tigrinya and/or Afan Oromo

Place of work: Addis Ababa

 

Application for Technical Advisor I: Learning, Research, and Adaptation

November 13, 2023, is the deadline.

 

Third Position: Mechanic/Fleet Officer

 

Workplace Duties:

 

  • Vehicle Maintenance and Repair
  • Performs minor repairs, disassembles or reassembles different car and generator parts for repair, and swaps out parts as needed.
  • checks replaces, and/or replenishes various lubricants for every car in a pool, and every week, it checks and modifies the pressure in the tires.
  • after obtaining the cars from the garage, tests and confirms that they are safe to drive, fills up a vehicle maintenance confirmation form, and sends it to the fleet manager.
  • Create monthly maintenance schedules for every CRS car and see to it that they are followed.
  • Make sure that all cars are equipped with the necessary tools and equipment so that users may carry out basic repairs and maintenance while on the road.
  • Make sure that daily vehicle inspections are carried out, and report any problems—real or imagined—to the fleet manager and fleet officer.
  • Assure the prompt delivery of cars slated for routine maintenance to garages and their quick return to CRS. Make sure that all documentation about car upkeep and repairs is performed by the CRS ET Fleet Management handbook or guidelines.
  • Follow up on car maintenance and/or repairs at the assigned garage and insurance company auto repairs in line with the submitted work orders.
  • Gather maintenance invoices from PDP offices and Addis garages, then send them to the Fleet Assistant so that the VMS is updated on time.
  • As needed, help with entering maintenance-related data into the VMS.
  • examines and verifies the state of every car, creates reports for maintenance and repairs, and sends them to the fleet manager for additional handling.
  • Track, gather, and promptly update data on fuel and vehicle maintenance on the tracking reports.
  • On the tenth day of each month, compile and submit the maintenance and fuel consumption reports to the fleet manager for assessment before sending them to all of the driver’s units.
  • To raise RFGS for the offered taxi service, follow up and speak with the employees.
  • Collaborate with cab companies to ensure that payments are made on schedule and sent to finance for processing.
  • Make sure the papers used for the report and maintenance update are properly filed and archived.
  • Maintain records of the tires and parts you use, and send data for analysis to the fleet manager.
  • Maintain track of the vehicle’s maintenance and service history, and periodically notify the fleet officer and drivers of upcoming maintenance.
  • Make sure that drivers meet the minimal requirements for vehicle maintenance proficiency to ensure their safety, the safety of any passengers, and the preservation of the equipment.
  • Create and carry out orientation, testing, and training programmes for drivers and authorised users on road safety and security, as well as basic maintenance and repair, in collaboration with the fleet manager.
  • Help with testing expatriate employees who are permitted to operate CRS automobiles.
  • assisting foreign employees in processing Ethiopian driver’s licence applications
  • carries out additional related tasks as delegated by the immediate supervisor or as needed.

Typical Qualifications, Experience, and Background:

 

Knowledge and Expertise

 

  • obtaining a degree from college in a similar field. A bachelor’s degree in a related discipline is ideal.
  • four years minimum of experience working in a fleet or transportation capacity.
  • expertise in the upkeep and repair of cars in garages.
  • outstanding familiarity with traffic laws, the road system, and safe driving techniques.
  • Capacity to carry out simple mathematical computations
  • proficient with Word and Excel in the Microsoft Office suite.
  • Currently valid driver’s license with a spotless record
  • IT background is beneficial.
  • Place of work: Addis Ababa

 

Form for Application: Fleet Officer-Mechanic

November 13, 2023, is the deadline.

 

Fourth Post: Fleet Officer

 

Workplace Duties:

 

  • To guarantee the best possible use of resources and satisfy program requirements by timelines and standards, coordinate and communicate with staff to plan and schedule vehicle movements, evaluate and plan routes, and assign drivers.
  • Follow all vehicle management operating procedures according to donor regulations, local legal requirements, agency travel, and car-related policies.
  • To guarantee safe and secure driving and strict adherence to CRS vehicle policies, supervise and coach assigned drivers.
  • Keep an eye on and report on the gasoline, spare parts, and motorized assets’ physical security.
  • Conduct routine diagnostic examinations for all motorized assets and take prompt, high-quality maintenance and repair action.
  • Oversee and support the process of acquiring license plates, insurance, registration, and customs clearance for vehicles.
  • Oversee and assist with the upkeep of all documents about the fleet and its operations.
  • Make sure that all cars are equipped with the necessary tools and equipment so that users may carry out basic repairs and maintenance while on the road.
  • Confirm that daily vehicle inspections are performed, and promptly report any faults, real or imagined.
  • Assure the prompt delivery of cars slated for routine maintenance to garages and their quick return to CRS.
  • Keep track of the insurance company’s car maintenance and/or repair in compliance with the work orders you’ve submitted.
  • Track, gather, and promptly update data on driver and vehicle movements on the tracking reports.
  • Make sure that all paperwork related to using rental cars, taxi services, and insurance claims is filed and archived correctly.
  • Make sure that documents are handled effectively and efficiently for future internal references as well as for external and internal auditing needs.
  • Make sure that drivers meet the minimal requirements for vehicle maintenance proficiency to ensure their safety, the safety of any passengers, and the preservation of the equipment.
  • carries out additional responsibilities as delegated by the immediate supervisor

Typical Qualifications, Experience, and Background:

 

Knowledge and Expertise

 

  • obtaining a degree from college in a relevant field. A bachelor’s degree in a related discipline is ideal.
  • four years minimum of experience working in a fleet or transportation capacity.
  • familiarity with basic auto maintenance and repairs.
  • outstanding familiarity with traffic laws, the road system, and safe driving techniques.
  • Capacity to carry out simple mathematical computations
  • proficient with Word and Excel in the Microsoft Office suite.
  • Currently valid driver’s license with a spotless record

Place of work: Dire Dawa

 

Form for Application: Fleet Officer

November 13, 2023, is the deadline.

 

Officer of Human Resources, Position No. 5

 

Principal Duties and Positions:

 

  • Daily administration of wellness and employee benefits initiatives, such as medical plans, individual accident insurance, and life insurance policies, including the addition and deletion of employees and beneficiaries by rules and regulations.
  • Assist employees with the benefits enrollment process, including training, messaging about enrollment, updates, and data audits.
  • In the Senior’s favor. As the point of contact for claims (medical, life, group, and pension), the HR officer will handle and address any associated queries or problems.
  • Update and maintain HR-related correspondence and documents, the HRIS system, and personnel records with information about benefits and compensation.
  • Keep up-to-date records for tracking employment benefits, and assist with analytical reports on metrics, statistics, and trends connected to HR that will aid in decision-making and associated reports.
  • oversee the administration of services provided to employees, such as monthly airtime, bank loan options, and staff wellness programs.
  • Support data management, wage, and benefits market reviews and surveys, and payroll operations.
  • Communicate with the insurance and finance departments to monitor and guarantee that benefits-related payments are made on schedule.
  • To guarantee prompt response to HR demands and enhanced communication between field employees and the main office, assist in coordinating and supporting HR procedures, activities, and service delivery, including frequent field visits.
  • Assist the HR team in carrying out its generalist responsibilities regarding the administration of HR services and programs in the CP by providing backup support.

Agency-wide Proficiencies (for every employee of CRS):

 

Each employee uses these, which have their roots in CRS’s mission, values, and guiding principles, to carry out their duties and produce the intended outcomes.

Honesty

  • Iterative Innovation & Improvement
  • Builds Bonds with Others
  • Develops Ability
  • a strategic mindset
  • Responsibility & Guardianship

Typical Qualifications, Experience, and Background:

 

Basic requirements:

 

  • Strongly desired are a bachelor’s degree in the social sciences, HR management, or business administration, or an equivalent combination of relevant experience and HR certification or course completion.
  • At least four years of HR work experience, ideally with a national or international NGO, and a solid understanding of HR best practices and standards.
  • familiarity with and understanding of employment laws, rules, guidelines, policies, ideas, and procedures. solid knowledge of the labor laws in the area.
  • familiarity with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint) AND Windows, as well as web conferencing tools and HRIS
  • A supervisor’s background would be advantageous.
  • a clear dedication to equity, diversity, inclusion, and respect, especially gender equality.

Individual Capabilities & Skills:

 

  • strong interpersonal management skills. the capacity to communicate both internally and outside with people of all levels. Be methodical in your approach to every interaction.
  • strong work ethics and competencies in client service
  • Excellent organizing, coordinating, and planning abilities.
  • ability to protect information confidentiality.
  • proactive, creative, focused on finding solutions, and results-driven
  • exceptional interpersonal and communication abilities

Languages Needed: English

Place of work: Addis Ababa

 

Application – Officer of Human Resources

November 13, 2023, is the deadline.

 

Post 6: MEAL Programme Manager I

 

Principal Duties and Positions:

 

  • To ensure efficient and effective implementation by CRS program quality principles and standards, donor requirements, and good practices, manage and carry out all activities across pertinent project cycles, including project design, start-up, implementation, and close-out. Make sure that the partner employees and the project team are using the right tools and methods for reporting and monitoring.
  • effectively oversee and manage talent. Control employee relations and team dynamics. In addition to helping with project staff recruiting, you can strategically design individual growth programs, coach, and handle direct report performance management.
  • Analyse and assess project performance data by CRS MEAL policy and procedures, USAID BHA policy, and guidelines on M&E. To ensure efficient and successful monitoring and reporting, proactively identify issues and concerns and use participatory procedures to remove implementation barriers.
  • Oversee and plan the pre- and post-distribution surveillance.
  • Serve as a vital resource for the design of projects and proposals, helping to fill in gaps and take on additional tasks as needed in monitoring and reporting.
  • effectively oversee and manage talent. Control employee relations and team dynamics. In addition to helping with project staff recruiting, you can strategically design individual growth programs, coach, and handle direct report performance management.
  • Organize the coordination of the assessment of staff capabilities, partner organizations’ needs for technical assistance, capacity building, and necessary interventions to promote high-quality project implementation.
  • By using the proper application of partnership concepts, methods, and methodologies, you can assist in identifying, evaluating, and strengthening partnerships that are pertinent to monitoring and reporting.
  • Plan and supervise the effective use of project resources by coordinating and keeping an eye on the financial and material resources pertinent to the project’s requirements.

Basic requirements:

 

  • A master’s degree with five years of comparable relevant experience in international development, international relations, economics, statistics, or a related discipline is preferable; a bachelor’s degree with seven years of relevant experience is acceptable.
  • a minimum of two to three years experience working for an international NGO in a project management capacity.
  • It is extremely desirable to have project management expertise with multisectoral program monitoring and reporting.
  • strong familiarity with and comprehension of qualitative and quantitative monitoring techniques and instruments.
  • familiarity with both quantitative and qualitative data analysis and communication.
  • expertise enhancing partner organizations’ capacity
  • expertise that aids in the creation of technical proposals.
  • extensive knowledge and expertise in M&E
  • adept at utilizing R Studio, SPSS, and STATA, three programs used for statistical analysis.
  • familiarity with web conferencing tools, information management systems, Microsoft Windows, and Office suites (Excel, Word, PowerPoint).
  • Know-how, competencies, and abilities:
  • strong capacity to think critically, solve problems creatively, and exercise solid judgment.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and the capacity to collaborate with people from different cultural backgrounds.
  • Excellent communication abilities both in writing and speaking, with the capacity to prepare reports.
  • proactive, goal-oriented, and focused on providing services.

Desired Requirements:

 

  • It is quite desirable to have M&E experience throughout the project cycle.
  • familiarity with emergency programs.
  • familiarity with ICT4D platforms.
  • knowledge of adding to the creation of technical suggestions.
  • familiarity with web conferencing tools, information management systems, Microsoft Windows, and Office suites (Excel, Word, PowerPoint).

Speech

  • Amharic is needed.
  • Desirable are Tigrinya and/or Afan Oromo.

Place of work: Addis Ababa

Programme Manager I Application Form – MEAL

 

November 13, 2023, is the deadline.

 

Post 7: Vulnerability Based Targeting – Programme Manager I

 

Workplace Duties:

 

  • Serve as the technical point person for JEOP’s vulnerability-based targeting and how it intersects with other industries, such as early warning, monitoring, evaluation, accountability, and learning (MEAL), gender, safekeeping, inclusion of people with disabilities, and protection mainstreaming.
  • establishing connections with regional CRS colleagues, consortium partners, and national programs; taking the lead in JEOPs’ involvement in the creation and implementation of VBT strategies for multi-sectoral programming. Create a JEOP VBT action plan and advise Senior Management on JEOP-related VBT issues.
  • Using the VBT guidelines and resources, assist partners in implementing VBT in a timely, efficient, and collaborative manner. Assist partners with training, coaching, and feedback as needed.
  • In regional and national geographic and household targeting meetings, represent CRS and speak up for the concerns and interests of vulnerable and food insecure groups.
  • Gather and record the VBT process’s lessons learned, best practices, difficulties, and suggestions. Then, share them with the appropriate audiences and stakeholders.
  • Assist partners in generating and estimating needs from the VBT exercise, as well as in accurately and thoroughly preparing and submitting reports and proposals to funders and CRS.
  • Whenever it is judged necessary, such as in the event of a disaster or the addition of new geographic sites to the project, support, and direct partners in conducting VBT.
  • Assist partners in connecting VBT to payroll and the master beneficiary list registration, and make sure that beneficiary data is routinely updated, vetted, and verified.
  • Make sure that the right platforms and technologies are used to digitise the JEOP registration process while maintaining data security and quality.
  • Participate in the national targeting harmonization procedures by offering CRS’s VBT experience and knowledge, working with other stakeholders to create shared standards, and establishing guidelines.
  • To plan and oversee the VBT activities and results, collaborate closely with JEOP’s regional level staff, including MEAL officers, program managers, field coordinators, and technical specialists.
  • Whenever there is a need for revision or a change in the project design or context, the VBT guideline should be updated. It should also be made sure to adhere to CRS’s rules and principles.
  • Make sure that VBT helps determine who is in need and how to prioritize their needs geographically by utilizing pertinent data sources and indicators, implementing inclusive and transparent standards, and including the communities in the decision-making process.
  • Make sure the VBT documentation for the assigned activities is filed by donor and agency regulations, and that it includes all necessary documentation. Help with the creation of reports on trends analysis, case studies, and promising practices documentation.
  • Encourage the development of initiatives, and assist in adapting and implementing techniques and interventions that are pertinent to enhancing the targeting system.
  • Promote learning by analyzing and assessing activity performance data, proactively identifying problems and concerns, and employing collaborative approaches that value a range of perspectives to get over implementation roadblocks. Work together with the university partners of JEOP.
  • Collaborate with the CRS Communications Manager to generate materials for social behavior change that address vulnerability-based targeting.
  • Make sure that gender and safeguarding assessments and principles, protection mainstreaming, and the input of women, men, boys, and girls in the design process are all taken into account in any new or current programming approaches.
  • Make sure a Do No Harm lens is used practically, considering affected people’s adaptive accountability.

Education and Experience Requirements:

 

  • A master’s or bachelor’s degree in rural development, development studies, social sciences, or a similar discipline plus five or seven years of relevant work experience in an international non-governmental organization are required for the MA degree. Some education may be replaced with more experience.
  • prior experience offering technical support
  • Application of technical concepts and principles clearly and concisely to target project participants in the contexts of development and humanitarian programs, including food and cash aid programs.
  • expertise using adult learning concepts and practices in training, coaching, mentoring, and facilitation.
  • Proficiency in networking and building relationships with partners in civil society, peer organizations, and donors.
  • competent with web conferencing software, information and budget management systems, knowledge-sharing networks, and Microsoft Office products (Excel, Word, and PowerPoint).

Ideal Experience and Education:

 

  • To achieve a solid cross-sectoral approach, a general understanding of various related fields is required.
  • expertise in technical writing, project planning, business development, and proposal preparation for humanitarian relief initiatives.
  • knowing the fundamentals of partnerships and having worked with religious partners.
  • familiarity with monitoring and evaluating programs, including the use of data collection instruments and procedures, data analysis, data visualization, and data utilization for decision-making.

Individual Skills:

 

  • Outstanding interpersonal abilities, including the capacity to persuade and win over others who are not directly under your direction and collaborate with people in a variety of ethnic and geographic contexts.
  • a welcoming strategy that can strengthen the voices of marginalized communities.
  • adaptability, tenacity, interpersonal abilities, and cross-cultural competence.
  • strong analytical, systems thinking, problem-solving, and strategic skills as well as the ability to comprehend the broad picture and make wise decisions
  • excellent verbal and written communication abilities
  • Excellent training, mentoring, coaching, facilitation, and presenting abilities
  • proactive, creative, and focused on achieving goals

English and Amharic are the required/desired foreign languages; knowledge of additional Ethiopian national languages is beneficial.

Place of work: Addis Ababa

 

Programme Manager I Application Form – Vulnerability-Based Targeting

 

November 13, 2023, is the deadline.

 

How to Utilise

 

  • On or before the application deadline of November 13, 2023, you should complete the application form via the link provided beneath each post and upload your most recent resume. Only if you are chosen for a written exam or interview will you be contacted. We do not accept phone requests for solicitations. Only Ethiopian citizens are eligible for these positions.
  • All employees of CRS are expected to treat others with respect and dignity and to take proactive measures to stop harassment, abuse, exploitation, and human trafficking.
  • **We strongly urge qualified women and anyone with disabilities to apply**
  • CRS is an Employer of Equal Opportunity.

 

Application guidelines:

 

Don’t forget to include your current work experience letter, curriculum vitae, application letter, and resume.

False and incomplete information will not be accepted

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