Ethiojobs – NGO Job vacancies in Ethiopia 2024

Full Time
  • Full Time
  • Anywhere
  • 700 USD / Month

Ethiojobs – NGO Job vacancies in Ethiopia 2024

The Ministry of Works and Urban Development oversees the Ethiopian Road Authority (ERA), a government organization that was founded in 1951 in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Its duties include managing infrastructure projects and building and monitoring trunk and major link roads.


In the cities of Gondar, Shashemene, Diredawa, Jimma, and Alemgena, there are five regional offices of ERA. The goal of ERA is to become globally competent while building excellent roads in Ethiopia. It works to make sure that Ethiopians have access to a sufficient, dependable, high-quality, and standard road network and to open up all possible development opportunities that might hasten the nation’s social and economic progress.


Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) Job Vacancy

With a primary focus on ensuring a better future for children, youth, and women through direct investments and enhancement of quality education, ensuring gender equality and empowering youth and women, upholding community health, and supporting early childhood development, Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) was legally established in 2007 as a national developmental and humanitarian organization. There are five regions in which the organization operates: Amhara, Central Ethiopia, Sidama, Oromia, and South Ethiopia.

Job Description

For the role of Protection Officer, who will oversee the execution of “Her Protection Her Empowerment,” ESD is currently hiring capable, qualified, and motivated candidates.

General obligations and roles

Coordination of Project Activities:

Assure timely and high-quality project implementation under coordination by offering technical assistance and routinely checking in with caseworkers.
Collaborate closely with the Program Office Coordinator and Protection Coordinator to plan, budget, and ensure appropriate budget utilization.
Ensure a robust and ongoing monitoring of project execution by establishing action plans for each week, month, and quarter.

In the woreda for project implementation, represent ESD’s interests.
Ensure that the project is being carried out following the organization’s sustainability plan and strategy document, especially for the early independence of group formation and graduation.
Make sure the project under coordination is well documented (both in hard copy and soft copy).
Project Creation:

Help the Protection Coordinator create effective quarterly and annual operating plans for the projects they are coordinating, and turn them in on schedule to the appropriate Coordinator.
Engage in active participation in the gathering of data for idea notes, proposals, and any operational contributions.

Work together on project refinement, implementation, and monitoring with the protection coordinator.
Finding possible project operational areas for concept note development and recommending them to the project office and protection coordinators.

Observation, Assessment, and Reporting:

  • Working with the Protection Coordinator, Psychosocial Support Professionals, GBV Case Managers, and GBV Case Workers, promptly follow and carry out project mid- and end-term evaluations that will be carried out by government signatories.
  • Observe how daily tasks are carried out about the budget.
  • Gather and promptly update project target data.
  • Gather and compile the best practices, lessons discovered, and most important modifications, then share them with the coordinator of the emergency and humanitarian response project.
  • Plan and take part in a project visit with financial and governmental partners.
  • Gather information, assemble it, and send the Protection Coordinator high-quality monthly, quarterly, and annual project reports.
  • Prepare presentations or announcements about ESD’s activities for government agencies and other organizations upon request, working with the Protection Coordinator as needed.
  • Help the Protection Coordinator organize best practices, lessons learned, etc.
  • Take project-related photos and/or evidence.

Observance and Effectiveness

  • Read, comprehend, and adhere to government regulations as well as donors.
  • Adhere to standards manuals and organizational policies to the letter.
  • Social Inclusion, Gender, and Accountability
  • Engage in and make a contribution to the organization’s work on gender and accountability.
    Plan, carry out, and document activities related to social inclusion, gender equality, and accountability in the relevant project.


Transparency and accountability

  • Make sure that the project area is visible for ESD communications and products.
  • Respect the framework for organizational accountability.
  • Establish ESD’s adherence to the Core Humanitarian Standards (CHS) and build community capacity in line with them.
  • Take part in the external ESD Core Humanitarian Standards verification procedure.
  • Maintain regular oversight and report any concerns pertaining to safeguarding.
  • Educate the community, peer groups, and target groups on safety at weekly, monthly, and quarterly dialogue classes.
  • Raise community, target group, and peer awareness of ESD compliance Managing During the weekly, monthly, and quarterly dialogue meetings, mechanisms
  • Engage in cross-cutting discussions about topics like gender, HIV, safety, social inclusion, etc. within your company.
  • Collect complaints and suggestions on the organization and execution of the project, formally record them, and then send a secure, private report back to the field offices.
  • As soon as there are concerns about participant safety, take prompt action to protect them.
  • Protection
  • Capable of reporting issues and seeking the right counsel while feeling assured that their concerns have been heard
  • Recognizes the arrangements and structures for local protection
  • practices that aim to lower the possibility of mistreatment, injury, or neglect
  • identifies and directs any other relevant parties, such as family members, coworkers, and children who are at danger, to the proper services.
  • Capable of capturing the wants and opinions of the adult or child in danger, maintaining proper record-keeping, identifying between fact and opinion, and documenting safeguarding issues
  • a bachelor’s degree in gender studies, sociology, psychology, or a related field
  • Three years minimum of hands-on experience responding to GBV and managing cases, ideally in development or humanitarian settings. Having prior experience working for NGOs is preferred.

Essential competencies and skills needed

  • The following competencies must be demonstrated by the protection officer:
  • Project management: Recognize timely and high-quality project implementation
  • Stakeholder Management: Create matrices and systems for efficient district-level stakeholder management.
  • Act Ethically: Recognize what constitutes ethical behavior and organizational procedures, and make sure that your personal actions adhere to these norms and the organization’s values. Show integrity and a strong personality.
  • Build Relationships: To accomplish the objectives of the company, especially with present partners and sponsors, cultivate and preserve positive working relationships with others both inside and externally. Project a professional image.
  • Effective Communication: State the organization’s mission and project objectives to pertinent stakeholders; communicate by phone as well as in writing in a clear, comprehensive, and timely manner.
  • Organize: Gather and arrange project data in a timely manner using donor or organization-approved templates.

• Address Issues: Evaluate issues to determine root causes, collect and analyze pertinent data, produce potential fixes, offer suggestions, and/or find a solution.

• Project management abilities: the capacity to assume accountability for a variety of tasks and finish them on schedule.

• Reporting Skills: capacity to create accurate and timely reports, excellent attention to detail, gender breakdown, and capacity to create straightforward informational formats according to the requirements of the project in question.

• Self-Management: Is independent, motivated to reach goals and surpass them, and thrilled to assume greater responsibilities.

• Gender Sensitive: Recognizes gender equality and exhibits behaviors that are responsive to and sensitive to gender.

How to Apply

Within seven working days, qualified and interested candidates are encouraged to send a non-returnable application letter, resume, and supporting documentation to ESD at the following addresses or by email at

Teaching for the Future of Sustainability (ESD)

P. Box: 27062/1000

011 6 63 97 76/80 via phone

Addis Abeba

We strongly encourage applications from women.

Only those who have been shortlisted will be contacted.

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