Category:
Economics, Social Sciences and Community
Location:
Awash Sebat with field travel to project woredas in East Shewa, West Harerge and, Afar
Career Level:
Mid Level ( 2+ - 5 years experience)
Salary:

Job Description

Background

Population Health and Environment Ethiopia Consortium (PHE-EC) is a non- governmental non-for-profit organization established in 2008. The consortium was established with a vision “to see Ethiopia with a sustainable use of resources, resilient ecosystems, sustainable livelihoods, and a healthy population. The organization has also a mission “to contribute to sustainable development in Ethiopia by promoting and enhancing the integration of population, health and environment through multi-sectoral approaches.

PHEEC forming a consortium with other three partners (Green Art for Environmental Protection and Sustainable Development, Organization for Sustainable Development and Ethiopian Wildlife and Natural History Society) is currently initiating a new EU funded Project entitled “Service Delivery Improvement and Citizens Engagement for Development and Democratization (SDICE4DaD)” through the EU CSF III Program.  The project aims to contribute to. Currently PHE-EC is looking for qualified and high caliber person for the position of PHE Field Coordinator that meets the requirements listed below. The PHE Coordinator will coordinate the implementation of the project within four woredas located in Zone 3 of Afar, East Shoa and west Harerge Zones of Oromia.

Purpose

The PHE Field Coordinator (PHEC) will Coordinate and ensure efficient and effective implementation of the EU CSF III Program project of PHEEC and its consortium members with due consideration of timelines in delivering results. He/she will also be responsible in ensuring appropriate tracking of project results towards complementing the achievement of the organization’s mission and vision through imparting new values and innovations into the PHEEC’s interventio

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