Deadline of this Job: 01 October 2022
Job Summary
• This role will be responsible in generating and providing timely and accurate reporting insights and analyses to all the business units. The role will design, develop, test, maintain and support Dashen’s Bank data warehouse.
• The role holder will help inform decision-making and solve business problems by converting data into information, selecting relevant data from data warehouses, manipulating large datasets, building decision models and facilitating insightful solutions to complex problems.
• The role holder will also monitor new and emerging systems and technology and make recommendations to the Management Team on purchases, negotiate contracts with technology vendors and suppliers, lead data reporting and system user training while optimizing the return of technology investments

Academic & Professional Qualification
• Bachelor’s degree in Information Technology, Computer Science, Computer Information System, Software Engineering or any other equivalent field
• At least Six(6) years’ experience of business analysis experience, with demonstrated skills in requirements gathering, modelling and options analysis

Behavioral Competency
• Interpersonal and cross cultural skills, including ability to build collaborative relationship with sensitivity to diversity/inclusion.
• Creativity and innovation skill
• Action oriented
• Quality focus and attention to detail
• Professionalism and integrity in line with Dashen Bank Values
• Good oral and written communication skills
• Personal motivation drive exhibited through commitment to hard work, continuous improvement and achievement of goals.
• Good customer relationship management skill (internal & external)
• Risk awareness and focus-demonstrates understanding of risk management practice, standards and regulatory requirements.
Required Technical Competency
• Sound understanding of process analysis, modelling, mapping and technology solutions, including internet and mobile technologies, applications, networks and databases.
• Expert knowledge of Cognos BI tools.
• Working knowledge of Cognos TM1.
• Proficiency with Microsoft SQL Server or related SQL compliant databases
• Working knowledge of visualization tools e.g., Tableau, Birst
• Experience in data mining techniques.
• Proficiency with data and statistical analysis.
• Ability to present complex information in an understandable and compelling manner.
• Data modelling and data warehousing experience.
• Strong knowledge of relational databases, data warehouse schema’s, and data mart design.
• Working knowledge of ETL tools e.g., DataStage, Informatica, Pentaho, Talendetc
• Hands-on experience with SQL.
• Ability to translate complex business requirements into technical specifications

Deadline of this Job: 26 September 2022
Job Description
Centre for Justice (CJ) is an independent and impartial Ethiopian Civil Society Organization working nationally to promote criminal justice systems that uphold human rights for all and advocating for the advancement of rule of law, human rights, access to justice, democratic governance, peace and the progressive reform of Ethiopian criminal Justice System. It was registered at Federal Civil Societies Organizations Authorities under Registration Number 0865.
The objectives of the organization includes promotion and protection of human rights in Ethiopia through strengthening the rule of law ; monitoring, documenting and reporting human rights violations, increasing access to justice human rights education , advocating for a national penal policy that promotes effective non-custodial responses to crime, and uses prison as a last resort, promoting humane conditions of detention and social rehabilitation and re-integration of prisoners and promoting peaceful and inclusive societies (Goal 16 of the UN Sustainable Development Agenda).

Main responsibilities:
Job Summary:

Ensure the effective implementation, reporting and documentation of all project activities.
Major duties and responsibilities
• Participate in planning activities.
• Engaged in annual plan preparation and facilitate quarter and annual reports.
• Coordinate the development of monitoring and evaluation manual;
• Prepare guidelines, tools and other materials to support effective monitoring and evaluation in line with agreed policies, and promote participatory approaches to M&E;
• Ensure that findings and recommendations from internal and external monitoring and evaluation activities are addressed appropriately and systematically;
• Contribute to internal monitoring and evaluation and planning exercises;
• Establish and maintain an accessible record of findings and recommendations arising from internal and external evaluations and monitoring exercises to aid organizational learning and development;
• Participate in organizing stakeholders meetings to improve collaborative efforts for integrated activities for beneficiaries.
• Develop or adopt M&E data collection tools set indicators and conduct the M&E activity according to the plan.
• G. Develop a detailed implementation manual; for M & E of the project.
• Develop and implement a performance indicator that enables to collect and analyze data, and to assess the outcome of the project.
• Promote participatory styles of monitoring and evaluation system by maintaining good relationship with project partners at various levels.
• Identify problem, which may arise during project implementation and bring them to the attention of the project management.
• Make close follow up and ensure that problems are timely solved and give advice as to how the problems affecting implementation can be tackled.
• Prepare supervision schedule to project areas, conduct and prepare reports.
• Produce regular and period project progress reports as may be required and according to the project agreement.
• Work as member of the employment Committee meetings
• Perform duties of permanent or temporary character.
• Make him /her available to execute tasks outside his/her normal field of operation during special circumstances.

Job Requirements
• Minimum BSc/BA degree in law, human rights, development studies, Social Science, Economics, Monitoring and Evaluation, statistics and other related fields study,
• Minimum 3years of experience on monitoring and evaluation
• Experience in Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning in the project management context
• Data management, visualization and report writing skill
• Analytical, team work and interpersonal skills
• Documentation skills, Negotiation and influencing skills, ability to deliver within tight deadlines, IT skills
• Up-to-date knowledge and experience of data analysis techniques/packages
• Good Knowledge of spoken & written Amharic and English
• 3 strong references (will be crosschecked)
• An in-depth understanding and best practices , in relation to vulnerable groups, including peile in prisons
• Fluent in English
• Excellent communication and writing skill

Deadline of this Job: 27 September 2022
The WASH Intern position is part of the wider Action Against Hunger internship program policy and implementation exercise that promote and offer recent Civil or Water Engineering related graduates a meaningful work experience that would enhance their knowledge, skills, attitudes and employability. By so doing, Action Against Hunger-Ethiopia also gains from the introduction of fresh talent and new perspective to a specific sector projects or team.

Essential Job duties:
The intern is expected to execute and delivery the following activities:
• Support documentation of WASH Program activities including both software and hardware activities database .Update through collecting organizing, filing or documenting regular WASH program data and report.
• Support the preparation and also d documentation of WASH construction design, specification, BOQ and quantifications also contract agreement documentations.
• Assist and follow up construction and WASH item procurement and purchase process
• Assist in the timely submission of APRs, sectoral and cluster based regular updates and reports from field.
• Update construction and WASH Item market price in coordination with Logistic and WASH team at base and capital team
• Assist in identifying needs WASH NFI items relevant to hygiene, participate in the choice of items, targeting strategy, promotion of effective use, and post-distribution monitoring based up on sphere standards and national guideline.
• Assist and participate in reviewing program report, success stories and lessons report and provide necessary input
• Demonstrate progressive learning and engage in continuous self-development path under the direct supervision of his/her supervisor.
• Carry out any additional activity assigned by the line manager.
I. Supervisory Responsibilities
• The intern will not have a supervisory role and responsibility.
II. Fiscal Responsibility
• N/A
III. Physical Demands
• While performing the duties of this job, the intern is required to sit for long periods and to concentrate on work, including typing, and turn out heavy volumes of work accurately, within short time frames under stressful situations in the context of a moderately noisy office with interruptions.
• The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by the intern to successfully perform essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made available in office to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
IV. Working Conditions, Travel and Environment
• The duties of the position require regular job attendance at least five days per week. Could be available to work outside normal office hours or on the weekends as required.
• The intern will receive a computer to work on it and it shall be managed as per the organization’s IT policy.
• The intern will make travel to various bases (field offices) as required and in consultation with his/her line manager. Hence, s/he must attest to a level of physical fitness capable of enduring physically difficult, highly stressful situations that may include the necessity to walk long distances, to eat a limited diet and/or to reside in potentially uncomfortable housing or tents.
• While visiting the field, the employee may be exposed to precarious settings under high security risks and/or very basic living conditions and outside weather conditions, as well is to infectious diseases.
V. Gender Equality Commitments & Zero Tolerance to Abuse
• Foster an environment that reinforces values of people of all genders equal access to information.
• Provide a work environment where people of all genders must be evaluated and promoted based on their skills and performance.
• Promote a safe, secure, and respectful environment for all stakeholders, particularly for children, beneficiaries, and members of staff.
• Help to prevent any type of abuse including workplace harassment and sexual abuse and exploitation.
• Respect beneficiaries’ women, men, children (boys and girls) regardless of gender, sex orientation, disability, religion, race, color, ancestry, national origin, age, or marital status.
• Value and respect all cultures.

Job Requirements
Required Qualifications

• Fresh Graduate degree or diploma in Hydraulic/ civil/ water Engineering and other WASH related engineering field of study from recognized university.
• Have excellent academic performance as demonstrated by recent university or institution records.
• Must be above 18 years of age.
• Interns must have no medical limitations which would affect their serving in the function(s) expected from the program. He/she must confirm that fit to work, as confirmed by a medical practitioner.

Required Skills & Experience
• Zero years of professional experience.
• Have experience or willing to participating in field-level data collection as part of a feasibility assessment , study or program monitoring and evaluation
• Proficient Knowledge and skill of software like AUTOCAD, Water CAD, EPANET, MS Office(Word, excel and Power Point )- preferred
• Proficient and fluency in English language (Written & Spoken) is mandatory. Local language skill, including Amharic is desirable.
• Ability to take initiative and prioritize multiple tasks as well as self-direct with minimum supervision.
• Genuine interest in and commitment to the opportunity, the mission and principles of Action Against Hunger.
• Excellent interpersonal skills, ability to work both independently and as a member of a team.