Deadline of this Job: 25 November 2022

Job Description
• Abeba Giday Trading House PLC invites qualified and competent applicants for the following positions.
• # Terms of employment: permanent basis.
• # No of Required - 1
• place of work - Gambella

Job Requirements
• Level 3/4/Diploma in Accounting , Accounting & finance and Other Related field of study with a Minimum at least two years of relevant experience in Casher.

Work Hours: 8

Experience in Months: 24

Level of Education:
Postgraduate Degree

Job application procedure
• All interested and qualified applicants who fulfill the above requirements can submit or send their non-returnable application letters, updated CV and supporting documents 5 Consecutive Working days through our Email, in the subject line stated the position < Casher> Address to: 
• For further Information: - 011 442 03 23

Deadline of this Job: 24 November 2022

Job Description
• Processing, typing, editing, and formatting letters, forms, and documents. Communicating with internal departments and with the customers.
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
• Competency in Microsoft applications including Word, Excel, and Outlook.
• Good time management skills
• Managing calls, and emails, to designated departments.
• Greet clients and visitors with a positive, helpful attitude.
• Assisting with a variety of administrative tasks
• Answering phones in a professional manner and routing calls as necessary.
• Female applicants are encouraged.

Job Requirements

• BA Degree in Secretarial Science and Office Management, Management, or other related fields.
• 2 years of secretarial position work experience.

Deadline of this Job: 27 November 2022

Child Safeguarding:
• Level 3: the role holder will have contact with children and/or young people either frequently (e.g. once a week or more) or intensively (e.g. four days in one month or more or overnight) because they work in country programs; or are visiting country programs; or because they are responsible for implementing the police checking/vetting process staff.

Role Purpose:
• The Area Director is a senior representative of SCI in the field and a member of Senior Country Management Team, responsible and accountable for the leadership and management of three or more Field Offices and project offices, who are primarily managed by Field Managers on a day-to-day basis. He/ She will oversee the implementation of Save the Children program, management staff, and resources and establish excellent working relationship with partners. S/he is also responsible for coordinating the development and implementation of Area office strategies and annual operational plans, and enforcing consistent implementation of Operational Core Business Processes, policies and procedures at all level.
• Reporting to the DCD Program Implementation, the role supports and facilitates key relationship between the CO Operational team and other CO units (PDQ, HR, Finance, and Safety & Security) with the Field Managers, Area-level support functions (Finance, HR/Admin, Supply Chain, Safety and Security etc). In the event of a major humanitarian emergency, the role holder will be expected to work outside the normal role profile and be able to vary working hours accordingly.

Scope Of Role:
• Reports to: Deputy Country Director for Program Implementation
• Overall area office staff will be more than 200. Seven direct reports (including 3-4 Field Managers, Area office functional leads: Finance, Supply Chain, HR/Admin, Safety and Security and other as applicable). Overall budget responsibility is above 15 million USD with more than 10 active awards from a mix of bilateral and multi-lateral donors. Projects in the sector of Health, Nutrition, Water, Sanitation & Hygiene (WASH), Education, Food Security and Livelihoods (FSL), Child Protection and Child Rights Governance.

Key Areas Of Accountability:
Field Office Leadership and Management

• Ensure that the area leadership team and field office leadership teams have clearly defined objectives and accountabilities and that area and field office leadership teams meet regularly and coordinate effectively
• Lead the continual improvement of ways of working that will ensure managers and staff in area and field offices are accountable, can access the support they need when they need it and can collaborate effectively with Country Office teams
• Lead the development of Area strategic Plans, operationalize to goals and objectives, and follow up its implementation
• Ensure the Area Office has an up-to-date, context-based and achievable Emergency Preparedness Plan (EPP)
• Ensure programs are implemented in ways responsive to the communities and children in line with Save the Children principles, values and strategic plan and following Save the Children compliance procedures. This includes working with government, local administrations and national NGO-partners to strengthen national capacity.
• Ensure that management support is provided to the Field Offices within the Area Office, implementation of quality programs for children.
• Ensure accountabilities are clearly understood and communicated at all level ( Field Managers, Area Support Leads and Budget Holders)
• Grant agreements and are completed within time and on budget with an emphasis on cost effectiveness, innovation and high-quality programming to serve hard-to-reach children.
• Ensure adaptive programme and management approaches to meet the challenges of a volatile and constantly changing operating environment
• Lead the implementation of Programme Operations Best Practices.
• Ensure that effective mechanisms are in place to listen to, act upon and address children’s and communities’ concerns/recommendations through active participation by children and communities in project design, monitoring and evaluations
• Ensure that staff capacity in quality project management is improved and strengthened through training, coaching and mentoring.
• Ensure that rigorous remote project management tools are put in place and used by relevant managers (independent third party monitoring, verification through other partners, operational plan, procurement plan, output trackers, etc ).
• Closely work with PDQ and Awards Team on the coordination of the overall funding process from both grants and SC members. This includes: developing funding strategies, contribute to development of grant proposals, and identifying strategic concepts
• With support from the Humanitarian Manager and under the leadership of the Director of Operations, mount appropriate and timely responses at scale to all emergencies consistent with established benchmarks, plans and organizational policies, and in close cooperation with incoming surge teams.
• Working with Field Managers/their team and the Humanitarian manager, ensure that all relevant staffs across all work sectors are familiar with, adhere to and implement the procedures and processes adhere to applicable emergency response standards and guidelines (CHS, SPHERE, Protection Mainstreaming etc).

Strategic Human Resources Management
• Work closely with the Area HR and Admin Manager as well as the HR Director to ensure that all HR policies and guidelines for national staff are in place, are understood by all staff and are adhered to. Support all managers in recruitment, induction, placement, promotion, training/development and separation/termination.

• Enhance staff performance through mutually agreed performance management plans, clarity of individual and collective roles and responsibilities; ensure a robust process of performance monitoring, learning & development initiatives and timely management actions, including full implementation of matrix management system
• Address staff concerns in a timely manner and timely escalate to DCD-PI or SLT for support required.
• Promote an inspiring and motivating working environment through teamwork, delegation and the team building initiatives. Identify and nurture talents, and boost staff motivation for continued excellence
• Promote and build a culture of trust and respects that promotes collaboration, embraces diversity, and inclusion
• Ensure that SCI safeguarding policies and procedures are implemented in all offices and that all staff are aware of safeguarding policies and understand their responsibilities with regard to child and adult safeguarding, including awareness, prevention, reporting and response.