CARE is an international NGO working in Somalia/Somaliland. CARE and its partners work with vulnerable communities to address the underlying causes of poverty and promote peace and development, as well as mitigating immediate suffering caused by drought, conflict and displacement.
CARE Somalia/Somaliland’s Emergency Program is currently seeking applications from experienced professionals to fill the position of Program Officers (2 positions). These positions will be based in Hargeisa (1) and Garowe (1) with frequent travel to the field regularly for project implementation and technical support
1. Project Summary.
The Emergency Education Support for Vulnerable Children (ESVC) project is funded by ECHO and implemented by three Consortium Members – CARE, Mercy Corps and DBG. The project targets seven regions in Somalia/Somaliland, namely; Sool, Sanaag, Mudug, Bari, Galgadud, Banadir and Nugaal and is designed to contribute to increased access to quality and protective learning opportunities for out of school boys and girls.
Reporting to the Project Manager -EiE, the Project Officer will be responsible for the field implementation of project activities, liaison with grass root project stakeholders, consolidation of project data and conducting education need assessments. The position will support the EIE manager in ensuring effective project implementation as per approved project design, log frame and plan of action.
2. Roles & responsibilities
Documentation and Reporting:
4. Required Skills & Knowledge.
4. Working Conditions
These positions will be based in (1 in Hargeisa Somaliland and 1 in Garowe, Puntland Somalia )with frequent travel to project sites.
How to apply:
Interested and qualified candidates are requested submit their application letter and CV with at least 3 professional reference check via email [email protected] by close of business on 30th September 2019. Please include the reference “Program Officer EiE – Hargeisa or Garowe ”. As subject of your email depends on your location preferred.
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
For more information about CARE and its programs, visit www.care.org
CARE is an Equal Opportunity Employer, promoting gender, equity and diversity.
Female candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.
Our selection process reflects our Commitment to the protection of Children from Abuse