International Rescue Committee in Ethiopia Job Vacancy for CWI Manager /Gender Manager

The CWI Program Manager will work with the CWI Coordinator, CWI Assistant coordinator, and CWI Addis based staffs to provide program technical and operational support to CWI field programs in Benishangul-Gumuz (BGRs), Tigray and Somali (Jijiga and Dolo Ado) Regions. This position provides direct support to a Program Manager overseeing refugee and CWI programming in four camps in Tigray, and two refugee camps in the Jijiga, Somali region as primary responsibility, and other region in BGRS and Dolo Ado, Somali region and the CWI local community project as needed. With the Addis-based CWI team, s/he will ensure that the sector goals and objectives are met by providing technical assistance, field visits, capacity building and other support to field-based staff and programs.


  1. Provide ongoing supervision, leadership, capacity building and technical support and guidance to all program staff. Ensure that all staff adheres to best-practice of safeguarding women and girls
  2. Support the continuous monitoring and evaluation of CWI projects so that activities are quality, appropriate and based on a clear evident of the problems, causes, contributing factors, and issues in specific settings.
  3. Conduct field visits and thoroughly document findings and recommendations include final review any assessment conducted, safety audit report or any other program learning and evaluation activity.
  4. Collect, analyze and disseminate project data and evidence based information for problem analysis, planning and evaluation with all stakeholders according to schedule.
  5. Ensure good project monitoring and evaluation to demonstrate a well plan project implementation and project impact. Assist with planning throughout the project cycle. Ensure that all project requirements and indicators are met and are of a high quality-cost effective implementation, this includes activity guidance, tools or any innovative approach are developed to improve program quality and support the implementation at field level.
  6. Represent CWI Programme in Budget Verses actual (BVA) Addis meetings. Review all the CWI grants budgets balances in consultation with field based CWI Managers and senior officers. Provide technical assistance to field staff on budget tracking and management.
  7. Liaise with Operations (HR and Supply Chain) to follow up on program transportation needs and procurement at Addis level, adhere all IRC policy and procedures.
  8. Mentor and support staff’s professional development and foster a positive team spirit to encourage innovative and quality programming include a concrete capacity planning and training deliver to the CWI field team once every quarter.
  9. Timely and quality inputs to funding proposals, including writing, logframes, and budgeting; and timely and quality inputs to project reports.

Review field sites GBV IMS data monthly, provide feedback to field site managers, and enter final revised data in Ethiopia IR. Support Senior and Response Officers in solving problems/errors related to Incident Records.

Minimum Requirements/Qualifications:

w MA/MSc or equivalent in Health (MPH), Social Science, Humanities or other related field of study/ BA with significant psychosocial support and counseling experience and training considered

w Four years/six years of professional work experience for MA and BA subsequently

w Previous experience in project and grant management in conflict or post conflict situations preferred.

w Demonstrated experience in proposal development, including practical experience with budgeting, logframe development, and writing of technical descriptions; and excellent English writing skills

w Demonstrated experience in capacity building and mentoring.

w Thorough understanding of gender-based violence theory and practice.

w Proven experience in developing competency-based training modules.

w Demonstrated leadership, communication, and facilitation skills.

w Proven experience in proposal design, development and writing skills, including donor reporting.

w Excellent interpersonal and problem-solving skills and flexibility.

w Strong written and oral English skills required.

w Excellent computer skills: MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint.

w NGO experiences.

How to apply:

How to apply:

· Please send your CV, application letter and copies of credentials to the following address:

– IRC P.O.BOX: 107 Code 1110, Addis Ababa or

– Apply via ethiojobs website

· Please include 3 references from current and former employers.

· Applications will not be returned. IRC discourages phone calls or personal visits.

· Only applicants meeting the minimum qualification will be short listed and contacted.

Your application letter/cover letter must include the following information.

· Name of the position you have applied for

· Date of application

· Summary of your qualifications and experience

· Motivation/objective of why you have applied for the job

· Permanent Address and present address (if different form permanent) and telephone number

· Disclose any family relationships with existing IRC employees.

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IRC is an equal employment opportunity employer. IRC considers all applicants on the basis of merit without regard to race, sex, color, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, age, marital status or disability.