Deadline of this Job: 13 October 2022
Your challenge
The objective of this role is to ensure high quality and timely implementation and monitoring of ZOA’s peacebuilding activities in Gambella Regional State. The post holder will work closely with ZOA colleagues and with the Government Peace and Security office, Sport office, RRS, UNHCR, and with community leaders to implement a strategy designed to promote community cohesion, conflict prevention, reconciliation and trauma healing at host community and refugee camps level.

Essential responsibilities and duties:
• Ensure that all planned activities in ZOA’s peacebuilding projects are implemented and documented;
• Provide direct support, guidance, coaching and mentoring to CBS facilitators and coordinate the CBS sessions implementation to achieve desired outcomes;
• Participate in community based socio-therapy (CBS) de-brief and peer review sessions with CBS facilitators at every phases of the sessions and report on progress, challenges and way forward;
• Coordinate all sites preparation for conversations, and mobilize participants for each group and follow-up the progress of Socio-therapy sessions;
• Liaise and work with Woreda government officials, RRS and UNHCR and ensure that leaders in project locations are given sensitization training on CBS and rights based peacebuilding;
• Represent ZOA in coordination and thematic meetings in the camps and woreda Camps
• Follow the mobile court supports and report on progress, challenges and way forward;
• Maintain positive relationships with all relevant actors in programme area including local authority, ARRA, UNHCR, women/youth groups, elders, traditional and religious leaders etc;
• Attend Government’s coordination sectorial meetings at camp and woreda level;
• Conduct community dialogues, and intergroup reconciliation at Camp, Woreda, Zone and regional levels;
• Represent ZOA at relevant functions as may be requested by the line Managers;
• Support and carry out monitoring and evaluation activities for the ZOA peacebuilding program in collaboration with the senior MEAL officer, external consultants and under the guidance of the Peacebuilding Project Coordinator;
• Develop project implementation tools including implementation manual, Project Implementation Plans (PIPs), M&E Plans, procurement plans, weekly/monthly work plans as may be necessary.
• Develop appropriate publicity materials like stories, photos and case studies as needed;
• Document community and stakeholders’ feedback and share with relevant stakeholders for appropriate action.
• Ensure that project administration is in order, properly executed and up to date;
• Prepare Terms of Reference, monthly report, weekly updates and contribute to donor and ZOA’s quarterly reports;
• Participate in all capacity building initiatives, filed assessments, monitoring, community dialogues, sport competitions as required;
• Ensuring that any Safety, Security and Safeguarding concerns are addressed immediately and in line with ZOA Policy.
• Performs other related activities as required.

Your Total Rewards package at ZOA
1. Compensation
Competitive salaries and financial security - we know how important these are to you and your family.
• Salaries that match the local market and we pay you in EUR.
• Annual salary review based on the cost of living in your location/Ethiopia.
• Annual Salary increase based on annual performance review
2. Allowances
• Transportation allowance: ETB 1,500 for our programme field office staff, & ETB 2,000 for our country office staff per month.
• Airtime Allowance: We provide data and airtime to enable you to conduct your work outside of the office.
• we provide a closed user group so you can speak to your colleagues at no cost.
• Food Allowance: we provide lunch daily at our offices, ZOA pays 600 ETB per month and staff contribute 400 ETB per month.
• Severance payment: one month’s salary for an extra service year.
• Hardship Allowance: If you are working in identified places as a remote and hazardous by the government, you will be entitled 20-40% additional allowances of their basic salary. Therefore, we provide 40% hardship allowance to ZOA employees working in Gambella, Dollo Ado and Shire field offices.
• Transfer Allowance: We provide transfer allowance of 10,000 ETB If, in case of you permanently shift or transfer to a new programme area.
3. Paid Leave
We recognize you have priorities outside of work.
• Our flexible paid time off package gives you the flexibility you need.
o Annual Leave: 20 days of annual leave in addition to public holidays, and you are also granted one extra day for each extra full year.
o Enhanced Maternity Leave provision, 4 months
o Paternity Leave 5 working days.
o Rest and Recuperation (R&R): We provide you 5 working days for every consecutive 12 weeks of work R&R leave to unaccompanied staff who work away from their permanent place of residence to spend time with their family. Therefore, ZOA provides R&R leave for its employees who work in the program offices in Somali, Gambela, and Tigray regions.
4. Insurance
Provident Fund + Pension: : 32% (22% from ZOA and 10% from You
Life insurance
Medical Insurance: We also covers your dependents, and your medical expenditures are covered by ZOA up to 100% of each invoice, up to a defined maximum refunded amount of Br 200,000 ETB per annum.
5. Wellness
We care about your health and wellbeing. We offer a comprehensive health package and initiatives to support your wellbeing.
• Covid-19: free vaccination and PCR test
• We have established a social committee in every region.
Learning & Development
• Professional development programme and support with funding for a relevant qualification.
• Study/exam leaves
• Training and coaching module

Job Requirements
Qualifications and experience
 Personal qualities of integrity and commitment to ZOA’s mission; proactive, hands-on and confident communicator who will work positively and helpfully with programmes and operations colleagues in ZOA Ethiopia
 Bachelor’s degree in Public administration and Management, Development, Anthropology, Psychology, Peace building security and governance, International relations or related fields;
 Minimum of at least three years’ experience in working on peace building project, Socio-therapy issues with civil society;
 Experience in projects planning, Implementation, Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning;
 Knowledge of the key issues and trends in Socio-therapy, Peace building and conflict resolution;
 Past work experience in Gambella Regional State is desirable;
 Ability to work independently as a part of a team to implement the project;
 Proven analytical skills and ability to think strategically;
 Fluency in English – written and verbal;
 Ability to communicate in local languages is desirable;
 Experience in Field data analysis packages;
 Effective IT Skills (Microsoft Office);
 Planning, narrative and financial reporting skills;
 Communication, tact and negotiation skills;
 Conceptual understanding of Community based socio-therapy peace building and conflict resolution.
 Good knowledge and understanding in demonstrating gender awareness and sensitivity and organization code of conduct;
 Ability and willingness to work as a member of the team, with people of different cultural, and religious backgrounds, different gender, and diverse political views, while maintaining impartiality and objectivity;
 Strong interpersonal and communication skills; experience in effectively communicating key data, including presentations;

• Holds self-accountable for making decisions, managing resources efficiently, achieving results in line with ZOA core values;
• Good knowledge of CHS and capacitate partners to work in adherence to CHS;
• Holds the team and partners accountable to deliver on their responsibilities – giving them the freedom to deliver in the best way they see fit, providing the necessary development to improve performance and applying appropriate consequences when results are not achieved;
• Creates a managerial environment in-country to lead, enable and maintain our culture of child safeguarding.
• Sets ambitious and challenging goals for self;
• Widely shares personal vision for ZOA, engages and motivates others;
Future oriented, thinks strategically and on a global scale.
• Builds and maintains effective relationships, with own team, colleagues, members, donors and partners;
• Values diversity, sees it as a source of competitive strength;
• Approachable, good listener, easy to talk to.
• Develops and encourages new and innovative solutions;
• Willing to take calculated risks.
• Honest, encourages openness and transparency;
• Always acts in the best interests of children.

Deadline of this Job: 13 October 2022
Position Overview
The Clinical mental health and psychical support officer will be responsible to provide quality clinical mental health service provision in the refugee camp. The MHPPSS officer will provide support on a wide range of mental health service, especially on the clinical aspect. The MHPSS officer within coordination of health officer and RH clinical mentor officer are responsible for planning, implementing, and leading all aspects of IRC’s mental health project in the assigned refugee camp. The position reports to the camp manger and will also be technically supported by the health and nutrition Manager based in Assosa. The MHPSS officer manages IRC’s Health projects jointly with the health Officer and other actors and the incumbent is also responsible for ensuring adherence to the implementation of program activities according to ISAC guideline.

Major key Responsibilities:
• Ensure that the goals and objectives of the project are met as per the project proposal, work plan, and M & E Plan.
• Provide clinical mental health and psychosocial support service integration with RRS health center staff and cover the role in the absence of their staff.
• Develop the availability of mental health care for a broad range of emergency-related and pre-existing mental disorders through general health care and community-based mental health services.
• Conduct or facilitate training on MhGAP- humanitarian intervention Guide, trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapy, interpersonal therapy to establish quality mental health service at RRS Health centers to ensure maximum and sustained knowledge and skill transfer.
• Creates strong linkages the mental health and psychosocial support service provide in health facility to the psychosocial support activities implemented at a community level through health social workers with a close follow-up and supervision.
• Strengthen faith-based organization (FBO), and community-based organization (CBO) by providing different technical and information, education, and communication (IEC) materials in the camp on mental health and psycho-social supports.
• Develop strong partnership with Assosa hospital, other agencies, zonal, and Woreda partners implementing mental health and psychosocial support services in the targeted area.
• Ensure the available of essential psychotropic drugs and supplies with proper storage (lockable cabinet) and furnish mental health units with office supplies to make the Client information more confidential.
• Conduct mental health and psychosocial support service gap assessment at community level and expand efforts to prevent harm related to alcohol and other substance use.
• Conduct rapid assessments to identify gaps in training, need for refresher training and additional skills strengthening of facility-based health workers; develop training plans to ensure coverage of skilled health workers who can deliver high-quality mental health services.
• Provide technical support for the development and use of mental health job aids and or social and behavior change communication (SBCC) material that support the demand generation activities on mental health.
• Develop community MHPSS awareness raising package in coordination with health promotion team, and protection team (CP, RaDO, and CWI).
• Represent IRC in coordination meetings, workshops, and task force meetings at the respective refugee camp.
• Provide technical support, coaching/mentoring to community health workers (IRC and RRS) on MHPSS.
• Work towards quality age and sex segregated data management system for mental health projects at the camp.
• Keep mental health program activity records both in soft and hard copies and provide activity reports as required by IRC and the donor timely.
• Take any responsibilities assigned by the health team.
Program Management
Grant Management
• Follow all IRCs standard grant Management tools as recommended by the Addis-based health unit and M & E unit.
• Ensure that all activities are implemented according to the work plan and that targets are met.
Budget Monitoring
• Work closely with the health officer, senior health officer, and health manager in the management of the active grant.
• Raise PRs as required for MHPSS program timely in discussion with health team.
Track expenditure monthly and report appropriately
Monitoring and Evaluation
• Monitor the implementation of clinical mental health service provision and in health facilities.
• Ensure that the stated goals and objectives of the program are met.
• Collect, compile and report weekly, monthly, quarterly, and annual report of MHPSS to camp manager and Health and Nutrition manager.
• Ensure establishment and maintain quality data management system for mental health projects.
• Attend encouraging supervision, quarter monitoring visits, and annual monitoring visits conducted in the camps and share the finding with the senior health and nutrition officer, Health, and nutrition manager.
• Collect client complaint and provide appropriate feedback. And actively participate in MEAL activities conducted in the camps.
• Promote the culture of learning and documentation so that lessons learned, and good practice are documented and shared.
Human Resource Management
• The MPHSS Officer will lead and supervise Health Social Workers in the camp to gather with Health officer.
• Ensure that Incentive workers performance evaluation is conducted on time and in a standard quality manner.

Job Requirements
Education and experience
• Master’s degree in ICCMH (Integrated clinical and community mental health), BSc psychiatry nursing or related field with at least 2 years of MHPSS program intervention experience in humanitarian setting.
• In-depth knowledge and experience of mental health and psychosocial.
• Ability to cope with stress; hardship; patience and flexibility.
• BSC in psychiatric nurse with at least three years working with significant experience, and Two years for master holder are desirable.
• Trained and certified on MhGAP- humanitarian intervention Guide, trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapy, and interpersonal therapy.
• Up-to-date knowledge of ISAC mental health guidelines is advantageous.

Knowledge and skills of MHPSS Clinicians
• Gauging patients' psychiatric states.
• Collaborating on psychiatric intervention plans.
• Administering psychotropic and similar medications.
• Monitoring adherence to non-medicinal treatment regimens.
• Removing potentially harmful and triggering environmental features.
• Restraining, consoling, and sometimes medicating highly unsettled patients.
• Recording patients' health journeys and reporting on notable alterations.
• Conducting targeted psychoeducation, particularly within families.
Personal specifications
• Ability to work under pressure, long work hours, and high workload.
• Excellent communication skills verbal and written ones. Communication in English is a key requirement. Work experience in refugee setting is an advantage.
• Self-motivated, transparent, highly responsible, and punctual.
• Ability to work as part of a team as well as to work autonomously when required.
• Ability to constructively address gaps and weaknesses.

Deadline of this Job: 19 October 2022
Ethiopia is facing multiple emergencies threatening children’s survival, well-being and participation. This usually results in Internally Displaced Children. Moreover, Ethiopia is hosting big number of refugee population from which about 30% is children.
There are so many factors that affect learning. Some studies indicate that School Feeding has strong effects on access to education and can, when supported with other interventions, improve learning outcomes. School meals have a positive effect on enrolment (+8pp and +6pp for boys and girls respectively), attendance (+3pp and +0pp for boys and girls respectively) and dropout rates (-5pp and -6pp for boys and girls respectively). In this regard, the MOE 2020 Draft National School Feeding Policy objectives aims at:
• Enhancing children’s access to education, improve learning outcome and internal efficiency of pre-primary and primary students;
• Reducing the gender disparity among boys and girl students;
• Increasing local farmers’ income and productivity and creating job opportunities for youth and women, by creating a link between school feeding and local agricultural production, and
• Establishing high-level leadership and effective multi-sectoral co-ordination system for joint implementation of school feeding programme.
• In relation to the draft policy, the Comprehensive Home-grown, Inclusive, Learning and Development School
• Feeding Project (CHILD SFP) aims at improving equitable access to quality, safe and inclusive pre- primary & primary education including students with disabilities (SWD), IDPs, and Host Communities in 12 targeted Woredas of 5 regions.
• Through the provision of school feeding and associated major activities such as delivery of energy saving modern institutional stove, WASH & capacity building trainings, the project is planned to attain the outputs such as improving access and retention of pre and primary school children especially girls, SwDs and IDPs; strengthening systems and capacity to improve the resilience of regional emergency response; and improving learning and development outcomes.
• The project realizes these in partnership with MOE, REBs, WEOs, PTSAs, the community members and SCI. It also works in partnership with Ethiopia School Meal initiative in Waghimra Zone of Amhara region.

Scope of role:
Reports to: Project Director
Dimensions: Communication and relationship management with a wide range of stakeholders, including partners, target Regional Education Bureaus, woreda education offices, community leaders and schools.
Staff directly reporting to this post: None

Key areas of accountability:
Strategic Program Development
o Serves as a lead nutrition and feeding focal person for any school feeding related issues of the project.
o Provides technical support in the development of school feeding plans and budgets.
o Supports the field offices in the development of feasible programme implementation plan and budget.
o Contributes in the development of manuals and procedures
o Based on the guidelines and procedures laid out, strengthens capacity at all levels in in SF operations.
o Identifies critical issues in the implementation school feeding program of the project to initiate actions to address them.
o Serves as a focal person for quality control of the general school feeding operations.
o Provides constructive feedback, coaching and mentoring to program staff, including overseeing the development of staffing plans.
o Technically supports the development of quarterly, bi-annual and annual work plans and performance reports are completed and delivered on time.
o Works closely with project staff, REBs and WEOs to ensure community participation and local authorities in project processes, including safeguarding of beneficiaries at all stages of the implementation of the project.
o Technically supports the development of communication strategies and materials, complying with donor and SCI branding requirements and procedures. Ensure that feedback from supportive supervision visits, review meetings and related forums are applied for continuous improvement in program quality
o Play technical lead role in designing and follow up of emergency nutrition intervention integrated into the long-term project
o Strongly contribute to integrated health and nutrition intervention though supporting identification and utilization of maternal and child health platforms in health facilities
o Conduct periodic visit to implementation sites to understand the reality, provide on-site advise /support and come up with recommendations for program quality improvemen
 Support in cascading of the National Nutrition Program in light of the CHILD-SFP school feeding intervention strategies.
 In collaboration with the M&E advisor, the nutrition specialist guides project staff to capture /documents program lessons at different levels
 Closely monitor events and maintain an overview of nutrition and health-related issues affecting children at school level (humanitarian situation, politics, and security, etc.).This may include active participation in • discussion and decision-making forums related to nutrition at national/regional levels.
 Support development of a mechanism to ensure rapid and appropriate response to nutrition emergencies are available at woreda education office
 Collaborate with other projects/programs of Save the Children, working on multi-sectoral nutrition agenda•
 discussion and decision-making forums related to nutrition at national/regional levels.
 Support development of a mechanism to ensure rapid and appropriate response to nutrition emergencies are available at woreda education offices
 Collaborate with other projects/programs of Save the Children, working on multi-sectoral nutrition agenda
Program Quality and Effectiveness
 Ensures school nutrition and feeding researches are technically managed to a high standard. This involves working closely with program managers and technical leads working throughout the project cycle.
 Ensures that lessons learned are properly documented, effectively disseminated and, wherever appropriate, incorporated into wider advocacy initiatives.
 Works closely with the Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning (MEAL) advisor to ensure the education/school feeding work is contributing to all objectives across these priority and quality areas.
 Ensures incorporation of appropriate and innovative ideas in newly developed programs and projects that contribute to addressing challenges identified in the school feeding sector.

skills and behaviours (our Values in Practice)
 Holds self-accountable for making decisions, managing resources efficiently, achieving and role modelling Save the Children values.
 Holds the team and partners accountable to deliver on their responsibilities - giving them the freedom to deliver in the best way they see fit, providing the necessary capacity to improve performance and applying appropriate measures when results are not achieved.
 Sets ambitious and challenging goals for himself/herself (team).
 Takes responsibility for his/her own personal actions and encourages others to do the same.
 Widely shares his/her personal vision for Save the Children, engages and motivates others
 Future orientated, thinks strategically
 Builds and maintains effective relationships, his/her team, colleagues, members and external partners and supporters
 Values diversity, sees it as a source of competitive strength.
 Approachable, good listener, easy to talk to.
 Develops and encourages new and innovative solutions.
 Willing to take disciplined risks.
 Honest, encourages openness and transparency

Job Requirements
Minimum qualification, experience and competencies
• BA/BSc degree in Nutrition, public health or education or development studies.
 At least 8 years of relevant technical experience in one or more of the following areas: school feeding, nutrition, school health or food security including in NGO environment
 Knowledge, skills and ability
 Experience of solving complex issues through analysis, definition of a clear way forward and ensuring buy in.
 Ability to present complex information in a succinct and compelling manner
 Ability and willingness to dramatically change work practices and hours, and work with incoming surge teams, in the event of emergencies.
 Fluency in Amharic language required; knowledge of additional local language is a plus.
 Fluency in English, both verbal and written, required.
 Experience in MS Office package (Excel, Word, PowerPoint, and Visio), web conferencing applications, and information and budget management systems.
Scope & complexity of decision making
 Able to solve problems by selecting the most suitable procedure or method within guidelines and precedents; seeks direction when solutions not within established guidelines or precedents
PERCENTAGE OF TRAVEL (Out of duty station if applicable).
SC Values are: Accountability, Ambition, Collaboration, Creativity and Integrity. To meet the value system, the post holder is expected to demonstrate the following Competencies on ongoing bases (this varies according to the position please consider the below as example).
 Thinking (aligns with Ambition, creativity, Collaboration and Creativity)
 Problem solving and decision making: Takes effective, considered and timely decisions by gathering and evaluating relevant information from within or outside the organisation and making appropriate judgements.
 Innovating and Adapting: Develop and implement innovative solutions to adapt and succeed in an ever-changing uncertain work and global environment.
Applying technical and professional expertise: Applies the required technical and professional expertise to the highest standards; promotes and shares best practice within and outside the organisation.
 Engaging (aligns with Collaboration, Creativity)
Networking: Builds and use sustainable relationship to support the work of save the children
Working effectively with others: Works collaboratively to achieve shared goals and thrives on diversity of people and perspectives; knows when to lead and when to follow and how to ensure effective cross-boundary working.
Communicating with Impact: Communicates clearly and confidently with others to engage and influence; promotes dialogue and ensures timely and appropriate messages, building confidence and trust with others

Generic Competencies
• Child Rights: Promotes an enabling environment for participation, and accountability to children
• Be the Innovator: Promotes innovation to find new and better approaches to driving progress for children
Deliver Results at Scale: Promotes a clear focus on impact in a project and programme design, management, and oversight
Generic Competencies
• Being the Voice of Children: Promotes evidence-based policy and public engagement that includes the voices of children and their communities
• Advancing Equality & Inclusion: Displays a commitment to ensuring everything we do considers the most deprived and marginalised children and adolescent
• Building & Strengthening Partnerships: Promotes working with diverse partners as critical to delivery
Child Rights: Promotes the rights of children in own work and in work with colleagues and peers,
Additional job responsibilities
The duties and responsibilities as set out above are not exhaustive and the role holder may be required to carry out additional duties within reasonableness of their level of skills and experience
Equal Opportunities
The role holder is required to carry out the duties in accordance with SCI’s global Diversity, Equity and Inclusion and Gender Equality Policies, supported by relevant procedures.
Child Safeguarding:
We need to keep children safe so our selection process, which includes rigorous background checks, reflects our commitment to the protection of children from abuse.
Safeguarding our Staff:
The post holder is required to carry out the duties in accordance with the SCI anti-harassment policy.
Health and Safety
The role holder is required to carry out the duties in accordance with SC Health and Safety policies and procedures.
We offer a competitive package in the context of the sector. The duty station of the position holder will be in Addis Ababa This role is offered on the basis of national terms and conditions only.