Deadline of this Job: 07 October 2022
HIV Services Officer

Job Description
Future Hopes Integrated Development organization/FHIDO/ is an indigenous, non-governmental, non-profit, secular, legally registered Ethiopian resident charity working to building self-reliant and self-sufficient generation in Ethiopia through comprehensive and sustainable development approach. FHIDO implementing different development programs to change the wellbeing of deprived, excluded and vulnerable children and youths found in its operational areas and ensured the sustainable resilience to take part in the social, economic and political activities of their communities
Currently FHIDO is operational over the ten districts of Arada sub-city in four core programmatic areas namely, Early Childhood Development (ECD), Basic Education, Youth Development and OVC care and support project.
FHIDO is currently looking for competent, qualified and interested applicants for FHIDO, USAID Family-focused HIV Prevention, Care and Treatment Program that will be implemented in partnership with Mekdim Ethiopia National Association (MENA) on the following position.

Position Summary
HIV Services Officer would be responsible to Plan, organize, implement and monitor site level care and treatment activities as per the USAID standard operating procedure, oversee the overall site level implementation of CEFs and CRPs to ensure high level program performance, provide day to day technical mentoring support to the CEFs which will facilitate standardized delivery of services to the targeted beneficiaries, liaise with local government administration, community care coalition or Community Committees, health facilities and other Community level actors for effective implementation of the project, facilitate facility-to-community and Community-to-facility referral to strengthen partnership, organize site level quality improvement team meetings and act as chairperson of the team, collect periodic reports from CRPs, CEFs and other community structure, compile appropriately and report to the concerned body on time based on USAID requir

Job Requirements
• Excellent interpersonal communication skills and ability to effectively liaise with staff, government and others stakeholders.
• Ability to develop and maintain strong relationships with all actors in the implementation sites.
• Advanced technical skills relevant to HIV/AIDS Program for PLHIV, KPP, OVC and Other Vulnerable groups.
• Proven coaching, mentoring and leadership experience, particularly in Health and HIV/AIDS related projects.
• Professional registration license and relevant trainings to the assignment.
• Fluency in English and Local Language (Spoken and Written)

• BSc in Nursing, Public Health or MSC in related discipline.

• A minimum of (5 years for BSC and 3 years for MSC) work experience (preferably in NGO setting) with similar position; experience working with Community HIV Care and Treatment Activity is advantageous.
Deadline of this Job: 08 October 2022
2 CMAM Nurses

About the Position
The CMAM Nurse will be responsible for ensuring that the CMAM protocol is implemented to run the Community Management of Acute Malnutrition (CMAM) programme independently in the nutrition programme.

Key Areas of Accountability/Duties
• Ensure quality standards are maintained across all programmes including SC,OTP,TSFP,IYCF, C-MAMI, BSFP , community outreach and dietary diversification;
• Undertake clinical and physical examination of all children referred to the community management of acute malnutrition (CMAM) programme on day to day basis.
• Follow CMAM medical protocols in the distribution of routine or supplemental drugs to OTP and SC children.
• Ensure the medical protocols are implemented in line with the Federal Minster of Health Guideline of treatment of SAM.
• Conduct Weekly / biweekly/monthly MUAC or Twostep screening in collaboration with community outreach and other CMAM Nurses.
• Ensure that all the nutrition phases in the inpatient protocols are followed and implemented complying with the protocol.
• In collaboration with Refugee CMAM Nurses ensures all necessary supplies (food and non-food) are requested on time.
• Ensure that there is high standard of hygiene sanitation in the SC/OTP/TSFP/ IYCF/ waiting room/screening room and Blanket Supplementary feeding room.
• Undertake regular health and nutrition education sessions in collaboration with Community outreach and CMAM nurses in OTP/TSFP/BSFP/IYCF and SC. Give due emphasis for the children admitted in SC.
• Ensure that children are referred to TSFP/OTP or SC programme based on the national protocol/ international protocols considering all the criteria for referral.
• Work closely and understand the C-MAMI programme:
• Coordinate absentee, defaulter, static weight, loss of weight and follow-up with community outreach supervisor in the programme so that they could be traced and followed up.
• Assist in the setting up and smooth operation of the stabilization centers and outpatient therapeutic program in the nutrition programmes.
• Work with community outreach workers to improve their ability to recognize cause and signs of malnutrition, provide appropriate education to target groups and community to help mitigate MN and refer individuals as appropriate.
• Work in collaboration with IYCF Nurse with outreach and center based IYCF activities.
• Use proper formats for item distribution and submit the documents (BDRS) on time.
• Ensure daily tally sheets are done and all the program documents (registration book, tally sheets and reports) are in the appropriate place
• Submit a monthly and weekly statistical report to the Senior CMAM Program Officer (SCPO) on time.
• Submit a monthly narrative report in line with GE reporting template to the Senior CMAM Program Officer (SCPO) on time.

Capacity Building
• Plan and conduct training and refresher training for Registrar/Measurer/Incentive/COAs when possible in the management of severe acute malnutrition.
• Supervise Registrar/Measurer/Incentive along with SCPO working in the Stabilization Centre (SC) and outpatient therapeutic program.
• In consultation with SCPO facilitate sharing of lessons learned to other partners/stakeholders.
• Provide effective coaching and mentoring guidance to the Registrar/Measurer so that they can measure and register smoothly.
• Investigate the causes of non-responding and refer children to Stabilization Centre (SC) in collaboration with community outreach officer.
• Ensure routine and supplemental drugs are requested on time and distributed to intended targeted group.
• Facilitate information and lessons sharing with other partners and agencies at camp level.
• Ensure proper utilization of resources and accountability to the programme.
• Liaise with the community Volunteers to ensure comprehensive community outreach and mobilisation, health education and treatment are undertaken per the guidelines.
• Check that all messages to carers, community groups, leaders and authorities are consistent and fully understood.
• Provide technical assistance to the stake holders/partners in planning of training for Incentives/COAs and other key figures in the community (Traditional healers, religious leaders, influential groups…)
• Perform/Assist in any other tasks as required by the Senior CMAM Program Officer (SCPO)
• Document and file all relevant information of the targeted group according to Donor’s requirement and keep those documents in a very accessible place
• Respect the dignity of the target group, careers and members of the community
• Liaise with the community Volunteers to ensure comprehensive community outreach and mobilization, health education and treatment are undertaken per the guidelines. Check that all messages to careers, community groups, leaders and authorities are consistent and fully understood.

Other duties
• Perform/Assist in any other tasks as required by the Deputy Regional Program Manager(DRPM)
• Document and file all relevant information of the targeted group according to Donor’s requirement and keep those documents in a very accessible place
• Respect the dignity of the target group, careers and members of the community
• Liaise with the community Volunteers to ensure comprehensive community outreach and mobilization, health, education and treatment are undertaken per the guidelines.
• Check that all messages to careers, community groups, leaders and authorities are consistent and fully understood.

Job Requirements
Do you want to join an exciting organization that brings high level impact to the community and add value to your professional advancement? Then join us if you have:
Diploma or Bsc degree in nursing with a minimum of two year of experience for Bsc holder and four years’ experience for Diploma holder in therapeutic and supplemental feeding preferably in CMAM/CTC preferably in NGO environment

Desirable/Advantageous Credentials:
Familiarity to local culture.
Passionate, strongly dedicated and highly committed to work for the improvement of the poor community.
Resilience: Maintains focus and intensity and remains optimistic, persistent and professional even under adverse, stressful or difficult situations.

GOAL will pay a competitive basic salary based on the salary grading with addition benefits.
A chance to develop tangible experience.
Being part of a team who continue to make a real difference to the lives of the most vulnerable people.

Deadline of this Job: 03 October 2022
Health and Nutrition Officer

This post is sought for accurate implementation of Emergency health and nutrition project that will work with targeted health facilities at the project sites. They will closely work with woreda health office to improve their participation and involvement in prevention, awareness creation and capacitating woreda based government health staffs.

• Conduct all activities planned under the project according to plan and in accordance with the budget allocated.
• Supervise and Implement the project activities as per the plan and provide project data for fast decision making.
• Regular field monitoring visit to emergency hotspot areas where IRC is responding for emergencies health responses activities and provide technical support.
• Identify and involve all key partners in the woreda on a regular basis and support health structure in strengthening surveillance system at facility and community level.
• Attend and represent IRC Health Rapid Response in relevant meetings organized by UN, Government, donors, clusters and other NGOs. Prepare meeting notes as required and share these with all concerned.
• Provide support in developing and implementation of a community-based communication strategy (IEC/BCC)
• Work closely with staff from other sectors (CWI, WASH and CASH) to ensure coordinated approach in program implementation in his/her woreda.
• Prepare and share weekly activity update and monthly reports, assist in quarterly and annual report preparation
• Provide and/or facilitate trainings and workshops as per the project work plan
• The post holder will take additional responsibilities as the need arises as by the direct supervisor and health manager.

Job Requirements
• MSc/BSc Degree/Diploma in Public Health, Nursing or Midwifery.
• Minimum work experience of 1 year for MSc Degree holders, 2 years for BSc Degree holders & 5 years for Diploma holders.
• Have relevant training on CMAM, IMCI, PHEM, SRH is required
• Have recognized background and knowledge in emergency response and confirmed work experience in interactive and participatory approaches.
• Good technical and report writing skills with computer knowledge.
• Excellent verbal and written communication is required. Afan Oromo language is advantageous .
• Self-motivated, open, highly responsible, and punctual and ability to constructively address gaps and weaknesses.
• Ability to work under pressure in remote areas and understanding of the cultural context of the local area.
Deadline of this Job: 07 October 2022
Coordinator, Network Coordination and Development

Job Summary
The Coordinator, Network Coordination & Development works under the general supervision and guidance of the SG and is responsible for coordinating on behalf of the ERCS the implementation of the NWoW in the ERCS, Ethiopia. S/he works in close cooperation with the IFRC and other Partner National Societies present in the country to ensure an impactful ERCS-led Federation-wide approach for Ethiopia.

Job Duties and Responsibilities in detail
• Accountable to the [Secretary General or other senior decision-making position in the NS], he/she is expected to perform the following major tasks:
• Be the main focal point of the ERCS as part of the NWoW implementation and support the coordination of joint assessments, planning, monitoring and reporting mechanisms centered on the society’s strategy and direction.
• Coordinate with the CCT on the strategic priorities of the society in international programming and ensure that the strategic direction of the ERCS is respected in line with Federation-network principles and rules, and Movement coordination frameworks, such as the Seville Agreement 2.0, SMCC 2.0 and other key policies such as the National Society Development Policy and the localization commitments under the Grand Bargain.
• Ensure that the timelines of the NWoW are followed, establish a monitoring approach in the society to support this and provide regular reporting on the overall progress of the roll out of the initiative in the country.
• Ensure that the ERCS’s relevant staff are clear about how to integrate into the NWoW initiative, thereby feed inputs into the ERCS’s humanitarian policies, strategies, etc and work through the engagement with IFRS, PNSs, ICRC, NWoW operational working group and work streams
• As necessary, lead on, or coordinate with relevant ERCS’s staff, the development and finalization of the deliverables expected as part of the initiative, sourcing support from the CCT according to the relevant expertise of network members and delivering innovative ways to share learning across Federation-wide work to foster synergies and magnify the impact of the work.
• Advise the ERCS’s leadership and the CCT on areas of improvement to ensure alignment of the society and the CCT with the NWoW and resolve and escalate any issues as necessary.
• Ensure that the society is co-facilitating the initiative with the IFRC and engaging the network members present in country and advising them in a timely manner on issues that may impact delivery.
• Ensure regular updates and communication with the global support structure for the NWoW including the Operational Working Group and its two work streams, the methodology work stream and the processes work stream.
• Identify opportunities for shared leadership to maximize impact by addressing key shortcomings and optimize the IFRC network resources, including through the IFRC Unified Planning process.
• Create and foster a working environment conducive to good coordination amongst the CCT members, with a focus on ensuring that the ERCS is influencing relevant coordination efforts being at the center.
• Ensure effective participation of the ERCS, IFRC, and all members in country in the Federation-wide coordination processes and raise any coordination challenges with management as required.
• Ensure that the country coordination with the IFRC and membership contributes to the overall Movement response and is complementary to the existing Movement coordination mechanisms.
• Post holder may be required to undertake other relevant and appropriate duties if necessary.

Job Requirements
• Second/First degree in Development Studies, Social Science, Program Development, Disaster Risk Management/Reduction, Management, Economics, Public Policy & Administration, Project Management or related fields.

• 8/10 years of work experience related to international programming, humanitarian works, relationship management, and strategic coordination preferably, at least four years related to the Red Cross Red Crescent Movement/humanitarian &/or development programs/partnership development and management.
• Required experience: international programming; relationship management; and strategic coordination.
• Experience in organizing events, reports, review of documents and guidance notes is required.

Knowledge and Skills
• Required skills: effective team and project management; good analytical skills & solution-oriented; effective relationship management; ability to work well in a multicultural team; excellent stress management skills while working in complex contexts under pressure; and ability to demonstrate accountability.
• Technical knowledge of humanitarian response, and resilience building in the context of RCRC is an asset.
• Demonstrated expertise in influencing, championing inter-agency collaboration, and liaising with partners at different levels.
• Have the capacity to respond and adapt as the network evolves.
• Excellent knowledge of English (spoken and written) is required.
• Values: Respect for diversity; Integrity; Professionalism; Accountability.

Core competencies: Communication; Collaboration & teamwork; Judgment & decision making; National society & People relations; Creativity & innovation; Create & act on opportunities to expand experiences & get the best out of people, and Trust building.
Functional competencies: Strategic orientation; Building alliances; Leadership; empowering others; and Understanding localization and global partnership issues.

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