NGO Jobs in Ethiopia 2023

Full Time

NGO Jobs in Ethiopia 2023

Primary Accountability

Help the CoP manage the technical aspects of the project, such as planning, execution, deliverables, and results, in compliance with the project work plan; make sure that plans and priorities are clear; and promote productive collaboration among the project team members, who are employees of partner INGO and LNGO organisations.

Organise and monitor an annual project cycle in compliance with BHA’s annual planning cycles; manage the project’s administrative, financial, and operational objectives; and oversee the planning and budgeting procedures.

Serve as the main point of contact for all project stakeholders and help CoP establish and maintain fruitful working relationships with BHA, project partners, and other important stakeholders while making sure that all USAID requirements, US government regulations, and World Vision policies and procedures are followed.

In order to ensure that all partners are aware of the project’s expectations and are actively participating in accomplishing the goals while utilising the project management tools designed or customised for the consortium, manage consortium partnerships and maintain cooperative partner relations.

In compliance with BHA deadlines and branding guidelines, oversee the preparation of quarterly and annual project activity reports, M&E reports (in collaboration with DME staff), and other deliverables as specified in the agreement. Coordinate the preparation of annual work-plans, quarterly and annual reports, final project report, project activity updates, and other project-related communication and reporting materials. Report on the project’s accomplishments.

Oversee a group of technical employees, making sure that everyone on the team understands their duties and responsibilities and that there is open communication between them. assists managers and employees in reaching project objectives and building their ability as national leaders by offering advice and mentoring.

In order to verify the efficacy of the strategy, learn for its execution, and modify the approach / process as needed, in line with USAID’s emphasis on Coordinating, Learning, and Adapting (CLA), assist the DME staff in enabling strategy reviews, lessons learned, and pause.

In order to support the CoP, you should represent the project in high-level gatherings, conferences, and other forums, such as technical conferences and policy briefings, and you should update the organisation and the larger development community on the project’s accomplishments and lessons learned.

Job prerequisites

Education, training, certification, license, and registration requirements

a master’s or advanced degree in an area that is closely connected to disaster relief or humanitarian issues.

It is necessary to speak and write English fluently.

A professional background is necessary.


eight years minimum of senior-level management experience in programs sponsored by donors. It is necessary to have prior experience managing USAID-funded projects; BHA is desirable.

Prior experience as Deputy Chief of Party or in senior management in two or more of the following areas of expertise: risk reduction, resilience, disaster preparation and management, emergency and humanitarian affairs, and/or related fields in Ethiopia.

experience managing emergency responses and initiatives in unstable environments.

shown a thorough grasp of USAID’s quick response program and emergency response strategies.

strong background in the financial and administrative administration of large-scale projects, as well as a substantial understanding of BHA compliance laws and regulations.

Demonstrated outstanding leadership in the planning, execution, supervision, and budgeting of comparable international donor-funded programs. Possesses expertise in strategic planning and thinking, management, supervision, and budgeting. Manages intricate tasks involving coordination with several program partner institutions.

shown expertise in capacity development, mentoring, and staff management.

the ability to establish and maintain connections with stakeholders, funders, host governments, and other initiatives financed by donors.

shown expertise in creating and sustaining solid collaborations, including overseeing subgrantees.

strong writing and verbal communication abilities; outstanding interpersonal and negotiating skills in practice.

expertise in hiring, training, and supervising employees and groups.

a proven track record of sharing information, recording experiences, encouraging original projects, and giving credit where credit is due.

familiarity with overseeing the necessary financial and programmatic reporting standards.

Requirements for Travel and/or Work Environment:


the capacity to travel inside Ethiopia as necessary

How to Utilise

Interested parties may submit their resume with three references.

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