|Location||Bule Hora, West Guji & Borena, Guji Zone,Oromia Region), Ethiopia|
|Date Posted||August 12, 2020|
|Category|| Administration |
|Job Type|| Full-time |
People in Need is a non-governmental, non-profit organization founded on the ideals of humanism, freedom, equality and solidarity. We consider human dignity and freedom to be fundamental values. We believe that people anywhere in the world should have the right to make decisions about their lives and to share the rights expressed in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
The People in Need organization was established in 1992 by a group of Czech war correspondents who were no longer satisfied with merely relaying information about ongoing conflicts and began sending out aid. It gradually became established as a professional humanitarian organization striving to provide aid in troubled regions and support adherence to human rights around the world.
Throughout our over 26 years of its existence, People in Need has become one of the biggest non-profit organizations in Central Europe. In addition to humanitarian aid and human rights, it now also targets education and helps people living in social exclusion.
We are part of Alliance 2015, a strategic network of seven European non-governmental organizations engaged in humanitarian aid and development projects. This collaboration increases effectiveness, both in working in the target countries and in campaigns aimed at influencing the attitudes of politicians and the general public in Europe. In our over 16 years operation in Ethiopia, has focused on projects in five main areas of interest: Education and Social protection, Environment, Livelihood and Agriculture, Water, sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) and Emergency programs.
‘’Multisectoral life-saving response to the acute needs of the most vulnerable IDPs and returnees in Guji and West Guji zones, Oromia, Ethiopia”
Length of Contract: Definite employment contract until July 31, 2021
Required Number: 2 (two)
“Prevention and mitigation of COVID-19 spread among the most vulnerable population in Gedeo, SNNPR, and West Guji, Oromia, Ethiopia”
Length of Contract: Definite employment contract January 31, 2021
Required Number: One (1)
Field Coordinator (FC) is fully responsible for successful implementation, monitoring, and evaluation of the project activities and outputs. FC is also responsible to achieve the specific results of the project in proper quality and time. FC works under supervision of a Project Manager, Assist the Project manager in identifying new emergency operation areas through rapid assessment and contribute for the improvement the emergency unit in responding for various disasters,collaborates with woreda government Officials,Community and other PIN staff. As per contract of employment, FC is accountable for the regulation and rule of PIN including core values of the organization.
The Field Coordinator specific tasks are:
- Coordinate and/or participate emergency coordination meeting at woreda and zonal level and update the project manager regularly on the meeting updates and findings
- Coordinate activities in the field to ensure that the emergency response activities are not duplicated with other partner operating on the same intervention area
- Provide support and guidance during the planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of emergency response in the intervention woreda and the respective kebeles from the inception to the close out stages.
- Coordinate activities in the field to ensure that PIN WASH and shelter, NFI and CASH emergency response are implemented as per the specified standards and protocols
- As a coordinator on Emergency WASH response, Field Coordinator is responsible for mentoring, couching and leading field officer on Emergency WASH and Shelter response project activities.
- Facilitate regular assessment on the situation of IDPs and the hosting community, compile, analyze, interpret data, and report to the Project Manager for update and action.
- Support in strengthening rapid response of the emergency team to enable them to collect, compile, analyze and interpret surveillance reports to use for decision making and action and also provision of feedback.
- Facilitate and follow the distribution of NFIs as per the project
- Help in staff training, performances monitoring and ensure that PIN standards and protocols are adhered and implemented.
- Provide and facilitate trainings and orientation for field staffs and government employees’ basics core value of humanitarian organizations.
- Provide updates and regular reports on in the situation of IDPs, returnees and hosting community in the intervention area
- Assist the project manager to compile the field-based reports and on preparing high level regular reports and updates.
- Support the field-based team to establish strong reporting systems and data flow mechanisms and ensure proper functioning of the systems for regular assessment, monitoring and evaluation of the projects against its objectives and expected results.
- Represent PIN at woreda and zonal humanitarian coordination cluster meetings and Collaborate with other actors working in the in the project target areas
- Be flexible and be able to give assistance with different activities not included in this primary job description.
- ensuring timely and effective implementation of project activities and meeting set results
- cost effective utilization of the project budget and follow up on the expenditures
- prompt provision of all relevant information to Project manager and archiving of all entrusted and acquired documents in proper manner
- Performs related work as assigned by the project manager
- Minimum Bachelor Degree in Public Health, WaSH, Rural development, Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) and other related and relevant fields of studies
- Minimum 4 years’ experience in an emergency and/or development context/sector
- NGO experience is advantageous
- Good networking, representation and coordination and negotiation skills with government and other agencies.
- Flexible, reliable, culturally sensitive
- ability to work in teams/ isolated situation and stressful environments and under pressure meeting deadlines.
- Experience on emergency/emergency recovery and/or integrated development programme.
- Planning, coordination and report writing skills
- Good communication and capacity to work under stress
- Good command of MS Package (Word, Excel, Power Point and Outlook)
- Knowledge of spoken & written Amharic, English and spoken local language Oromifa is advantageous
Interested applicants for the position should fill the application form and send CV and the necessary documents until August 23, 2020 via following the link: Field Coordinator Application form
Should any information needed please contact using: email@example.com
Please note: PIN does not charge a fee at any stage of the recruitment process (application, interview meeting, processing, training or any other fees).
People in Need staff are expected to perform job duties and responsibilities in accordance with People in Need Code of conduct and key policies available at: www.peopleinneed.cz/policies
Women and internal Applicants are strongly encouraged to apply.