Reporter Job Vacancies in Ethiopia 2024

Full Time
  • Full Time
  • Addis Ababa
  • 8000 ETB / Month

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Reporter Job Vacancies in Ethiopia 2024

Reporter Job Vacancies in Ethiopia 2024

The Ethiopian Maritime Authority is seeking capable candidates for the following open posts permanently:

By Proclamation No. 549/2007, the Ministry of Transportation of the Ethiopian Federal Democratic Republic created the former Ethiopian Maritime Affairs Authority (EMAA) in August 2007. The obligation and power to guarantee Ethiopia’s maritime training and seafarer certification requirements, marine and dry ports, and transport logistics infrastructure have been delegated to EMAA by the Ministry of Transportation. Under the direction of the Office of the Director-General, EMA is an agency of the Transport Ministry. With its headquarters in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, the Authority runs several divisions for the registration of Ethiopia’s national fleet, maritime security and safety, and training center accreditation and seafarer certification.

The Ethiopian Maritime Authority is a regulatory organisation of the government that was founded by Proclamation No. 549/2007 and renamed by Proclamation No. 1263/2021.

Deadline: May 01, 2024

How To Apply:

Interested applicants who meet the above requirements are invited to Register in person at the Marriot Apartment Hotel, Sunshine building, 7th floor, Human Resource Office.

Note: Ethiopian Maritime Authority has the right to cancel the advertisement partially or fully;

 

 

NGO JOB VACANCY

Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN)

Job Specifications

Concerning GAIN
To alleviate the suffering that malnutrition causes in people, the Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN), a foundation with its headquarters in Switzerland, was established at the UN in 2002. A decade of progress has been reversed as malnutrition and hunger have gotten significantly worse since 2019 due to COVID-19, the conflict in Ukraine, and climate change. The need to alter our food systems to buck these trends is becoming increasingly apparent.

The goal of GAIN’s strategy is to change the food system so everyone, especially the most shock-prone, can access healthier diets from sustainable food systems. Our goals are to increase 25 million people’s access to healthier diets, increase 1.5 billion people’s access to nutritionally enhanced staple foods, and assist positive changes to the food systems of ten countries by 2027. This is a challenging and intricate task, and the only way to accomplish it is to collaborate with national and international partners that include corporations, governments, and civil society organizations. These objectives and the methods by which they will be attained expand upon our two decades of experience improving people’s lives through better nutrition via coordinated action and successful legislative change.

Concerning the Role

The Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN) is looking for a Senior Policy Associate to help with the actions necessary to deliver the National Food System Pathway and Nourishing Food Pathways in Ethiopia. Subject to funding availability, this position will be offered on a fixed-term contract basis for a maximum of 18 months. The GAIN office in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, will serve as your base of operations.

The Senior Policy Associate will assist in coordinating the implementation of the necessary measures to guarantee the delivery of Nourishing Food Pathways and the National Food System Pathways in Ethiopia, reporting to the Head of Policy and Advocacy.

Important duties consist of
supporting the tracking of progress and deliverables from project partners and implementing countries, as well as helping to manage the project schedule, activity plan, and planning milestones
creating the required project documentation—such as work plans and results frameworks—during the project’s design, planning, and execution by the GAIN Project Management Guidelines (PMG).
supporting Ethiopia’s national salt iodization program and assisting with the implementation of mandated fortification programs for wheat flour and edible oil at the national level. As directed by the project manager, the strategy will be periodically reviewed and adjusted to take into account new information and developments.
encouraging the participation of important national stakeholders (such as doctors, parents, youth advocates, and others) in favor of making wheat and oil fortification in Ethiopia a requirement. identifying and involving new organisations and stakeholder groups that have a strong chance of collaborating with GAIN as fortification advocates
facilitating communication between the development organisations that help LSFF in Ethiopia. maintaining regular contact and coordination with groups fighting malnutrition in Ethiopia
forming reliable alliances with the public and commercial sectors, civil society, INGOs, and other organizations
working with project teams, technical teams, funding teams, and support teams to assist the project lead in preparing donor reports.
Creating the necessary financial accounting records and narrative reporting to satisfy the requirements of GAIN and the donor for the Project Lead to review.
assisting in the accurate forecasting and budgeting of projects and making sure that activity costs are kept within allocated funds
creating terms of reference for project consultants and suppliers who are employed temporarily, making sure that technical services are provided correctly, and submitting reports—both technical and otherwise—by ethical and procurement standards and guidelines

Workplace Prerequisites

Concerning You

  • The ideal applicant will have a track record of successfully translating policy decisions into tasks and projects and supporting high-level policy dialogues on food and nutrition. You’ll have prior experience coordinating with the Ethiopian government and collaborating closely with national stakeholders to advance the implementation of Ethiopia Food System Transformation Pathways.
  • Along with having strong technical abilities in multi-sectoral nutrition programming, which includes agriculture, health, and food security, you will have experience working in or on food technology and processing.
  • You will also be fluent in spoken and written English, with outstanding communication and persuasion abilities. Candidates with second language proficiency who work in GAIN’s regional offices would be even more advantageous. The position holder needs to be very adaptable as well as able and willing to travel.
  • a master’s degree in international relations, public policy, food science, nutrition, sustainable development, development studies, or a related field, or an accredited international qualification in such field. You’ll be proficient with spreadsheets and database management software, know web-based management systems, and be computer literate. Along with having strong writing abilities, the postholder would also be analytical and able to combine pertinent findings from projects with project outputs to create high-quality project reports.

Concerning Our Offer

  • Based on experience, the starting gross salary range for this position is between USD 14,472 and USD 16,548 annually.
  • Subject to strong performance, GAIN offers an equitable and competitive salary structure with yearly advancement possibilities. GAIN also provides a competitive pension plan, competitive insurance coverage, including health, travel, and life assurance, and a total of 37 days of vacation time annually (including yearly leave, public holidays, and additional office closure days).
  • Because we care about our employees’ health, especially in these trying times, we have created a wellness program that offers flexible work schedules, more leave options, well-being days, mindfulness coaching, and private, independent counseling.
  • Additionally, GAIN is very committed to professional development. We are dedicated to giving you opportunities through internal recruitment, secondments, and promotions, and we will assist you in developing professionally through both official and informal training. All of this is provided in a cooperative and encouraging setting.

Our Workplace Environment and Culture

  • Our global hybrid working policy offers a flexible work environment with a mix of office and home working options. This promotes a positive work-life balance among our employees, boosts employee motivation, enhances their well-being, and enhances output.
  • As mentioned in our job ads, all of our positions are based in one or more of GAIN’s designated offices. The chosen applicants will be stationed at one of GAIN’s national offices and must possess the legal right to reside and work within a reasonable commute of the relevant city or cities as stated in the job advertisement. Please be aware that GAIN does not support relocations or work visas.
  • During or after the hiring process, GAIN retains the right to revoke an employment offer to applicants who are deemed ineligible for the reasons listed above.
  • Please refer to the job description attached here for further specific details: Associate in Senior Policy at GAIN (gainhealth.org)

How to Apply

  • Use this link to apply. Senior Policy Associate | GAIN (gainhealth.org) and click on the “Apply Now” link.
  • To be eligible to apply for this position, candidates must be based in the Addis Ababa, Ethiopia region and hold the legal right to live and work there.
  • This advertisement expires on May 6, 2024. We encourage early applications. If we receive qualified applicants before the closing date, GAIN retains the right to end this advertisement early.
  • The Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition is dedicated to fostering an inclusive atmosphere that values diversity and equal opportunities for all. We are excited to have talented and dedicated individuals from all backgrounds apply, reflecting the diverse societies we operate in. This is because we want our organization to reflect the diversity of our society at every level.

To apply for this job please visit www.gainhealth.org.