Vacancy

Ref_ግቢ.5/ሠሀ/158/3/3/12
Date__17/03/2012
Vacancy Announcement
Ethiopia: Ministry of Agriculture
Sustainable Land Management Program
Resilient Land scapes and Livelihoods Project (RLLP) Terms of Reference
Position- Regional Social Development Specialist
Number of position: 1
1. Background
The intersection of land management, rights, and use forms the key development issue for millions of rural Ethiopians facing water insecurity, food insecurity, land tenure insecurity, and livelihood insecurity; all amplified by climate variability and change. Climate impacts in Ethiopia are felt primarily through water stress, which is affected by land use changes and degradation that undermine watershed functions. The minimum estimated annual cost of land degradation in Ethiopia is 2-3 percent of Agricultural Gross Domestic Product (GDP), before accounting for downstream effects such as increased flood risk. While a onetime occurrence of such a loss might be manageable, for an economy based on agriculture the cumulative losses to land degradation over time represent a significant drag on rural growth and poverty reduction. In response, the Government of Ethiopia (GoE) developed a conceptual and institutional framework for sustainable land management, the multi-year (2009-2023) Ethiopian Strategic Investment Framework for Sustainable Land Management (ESIF, 2010) supported by the TerrAfrica partnership. The Federal Ministry of Agriculture (MoA) is the implemnting institution of ESIF at the national level. Successful remediation has been achieved through a combination of better land management practices and rights, jobs and livelihood enhancements, and gender outreach in targeted degraded watersheds. Restoration effects include a range of resilience-related results, including increased soil moisture and soil fertility important for higher and less variable crop yields, improved water availability, and increased carbon sequestration – all of which are priorities under Growth and Transformation plan and the Climate Resilient and Green Economy Strategy of the goverment of Ethiopia.
This progress has been achieved by the Government and thousands of local communities largely through investment and technical assistance under the MoA’s Sustainable Land Management (SLM) Program. Working through Regional Bureaus of Agriculture (BoAs) and woreda administrations over the last ten years, the SLM Program has restored productivity in more than

two million hectares of degraded watersheds in six regional states of the Ethiopian highlands (i.e. Amhara, Benshangul Gumuz, Gambela, Oromia, Southern Nations, Nationalities and Peoples Region and Tigray). The World Bank (WB) has provided financing for the SLM Program through the first Sustainable Land Management Project (SLMP-I, 2008-2013) and the subsequent SLMP-II (2013-2018), that together with financing from other Development Partners (DPs) has allowed the SLM Program to support interventions in a total of 223 major watersheds, out of an estimated 700 that would benefit from SLM interventions. From the total major watersheds, WB International Development Association (IDA) and other Trust Funds financing has helped restore productive capacity and build resilient livelihoods in135 highland watersheds through an integrated package of activities that includes management of agricultural landscapes natural resources on more than half a million hectares of degraded communal and smallholder lands.
Through soil and water conservation structures, enclosures to limit free grazing, and afforestation or reforestation of more than 80,000 hectares, these activities have led to an average 9 percent increase in vegetation cover in treated watersheds. Complementing these physical interventions, IDA financing for the SLM Program has strengthened MoA’s support for land rights through the issuance of landholding certificates to over 300,000 households, including more than 200,000 women who have received titles either individually or jointly with their husbands, and more than 7,000 landless youth who have received titles to communal holdings in exchange for restoring land. To further ensure that local communities derive livelihood benefits from these investments, more than 130,000 smallholders in the targeted watersheds have participated in income-generating activities under the SLM Program, including for improved cookstove adoption that reduces fuelwood demand, women’s labor and respiratory illnesses.
The follow-on WB-finaced project, Resilient Landscapes and Livelihoods Project (RLLP), features in the Bank’s Country Partnership Framework (CPF) for FY 17-21 as a government flagship program addressing the CPF’s resilience pillar, with a funding commitment from IDA-18 of US$100 million. It will leverage and scale up support to the MoA’s SLM Program while also contributing to the climate, forest, water, energy, and land tenure targets in the GTP-II and CRGE Strategy, as well as the forthcoming GTP-III. The targets for natural resource management set out in GTP-II include an additional 19 million hectares to be treated with physical soil and water conservation structures, an increase in national forest coverage from 15 to 20 percent, and the provision of land use certificates to more than 7 million households. To help meet these goals, and to bring the benefits of the Government’s SLM Program to further rural communities affected by land degradation, the RLLP will scale up the successes of the SLM Program, and complement these achievements with innovations aimed at sustaining project benefits.
The Project Development Objective (PDO) of RLLP is to improve the climate resilience, land productivity and carbon storage, and increase access to diversified livelihood activities in selected 152 major watersheds located in the Ethiopian Highlands in the six regions. For satisfactory achievements of the project objectives and the theory of changes, supporting and monitoring the implementation of Environmental and Social Safeguard Management frameworks, Resettlement Policy framework, Social assessment report including social management plan, Gender Mainstreaming Guideline, Grievance Redress Mechanism Guideline, Income Generating Activities targeting and revolving fund implementation Manual and other safeguards instruments are mandatory. Hence, the Regional Project Coordination Unit seek to recruit Regional Social Development (Safeguard, Gender and Livelihood) Specialist in charge of the following main and specific assignment.
2. Tasks Summary

The Regional Social Development Specialist will monitor the implementation of the Environmental and Social Management Framework (ESMF), the Resettlement Policy Framework (RPF), Social Assessment (SA) including the Social Development Plan, Gender Mainstreaming Guideline including gender action plan and Income Generating Activities (IGA) targeting and revolving fund implementation Manual. The specialist will also provide the required technical backstopping, review subproject and activity plan, design, cost, and baseline documents to ensure social inclusion and gender equality process, outcomes and mitigations. He/she also conduct capacity building on gender mainstreaming and social safeguards aspects of all interventions and subproject preparation, review, approval and bidding, closely work with the regional infrastructure specialists of the region during the planning and construction phase to avoid the late occurrence of impacts on the community. He/she also collect the performance of safeguard, gender mainstreaming and livelihood activities from the woreda; and review and submit a consolidated plan and report to the National Program Coordination Unit Social Safeguards Specialists and livelihood specialist. Generally, He/she will be responsible for social safeguards activities of the project, gender mainstreaming and livelihood development sub component of the project.

3. Specific Tasks

3.1. Planning and setting bench mark
Ensure the availability of safeguards documents and data collection formats at woreda and community level: Environmental and Social Management Framework (ESMF), Resettlement Policy Framework (RPF), Social Assessment and Gender Mainstreaming guideline action plan and Grievance registration book;
Ensure the availability of livelihood development activities documents and data collection formats at woreda and community level: project beneficiary targeting strategy, resource revolving fund strategy, institutions development and strengthening guideline, and value chain development guidelines;
Support the establishment and strengthening of safeguard sand livelihoods development related platforms/institutions/Common Interest Groups at regional, , woreda and community levels;
Involve and contribute in preparation/updating/revision of guidelines and tools relevant safeguards, gender and livelihood development polices/strategies/guidelines for the project implementation;
Prepare Regional Social Safeguards, Gender mainstreaming, and livelihood development implementation plan of the project and support regions and woredas on the preparation of site specific environmental and social management and monitoring plans;
Review sub-projects and activity plan, design, cost, baseline documents, and bid documents to ensure social issues, and mitigations are incorporated;
Ensure watershed, woreda and regional budget include gender specific activities as outlined in the gender action plan;
Coordinate and collaborate with relevant government agencies for obtaining permission and/or clearance in case of requirements;
Provide support and ensure inclusive community participation in planning, monitoring and evaluation of project interventions;
Ensure proper documentation of minutes, complaints appealed and resolved, community contribution and other relevant discussions and decisions at community and all levels;
Provide support and ensure underserved people and vulnerable group of targeted beneficiaries are fully addressed as per project safeguard frameworks;
Ensure appropriate beneficiary selection for livelihood and social development related interventions of the project;
Ensure that World Bank regulations and procedures are strictly adhered to during sub-projects preparation, implementation, monitoring and reporting;
Provide support on the preparation of bylaw for watershed norms to take account of work allocation and share of benefits among men and women and vulnerable groups;
Ensure the establishment and strengthening of grievance redress mechanism at all level according to the project safeguards instruments and experiences of SLMP-2 implementation;
Conduct training need assessment and review various training programs and suggest modification/improvements as per SMP and gender mainstreaming guideline/action plan;
Facilitate and support the development of tailor-made training materials and pertinent manuals as well as checklists on the ESMF, RPF, SMP and GMG which will be used for training at different levels, particularly for Woredas experts and DAs.

3.2. Monitoring and implementation support

Monitoring and close follow up of the effective implementation of safeguards, gender and livelihood development instruments;
Monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of the mitigating measures for any grievance raised during the project implementation period and provide feedback to the concerned offices at all levels;
Ensure that World Bank safeguard policies are strictly adhered to during sub project planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation;
Ensure the implementation of each subproject activities are in conformity with the country environmental and social law and World Bank safeguard policies and are subjected for screening via the RLLP ESMF, RPF, SMP, GMG, Commune development program process and procedures;
Support and ensure the election of women to CWT, KLAUC, KWT and other SLM relevant committee membership be balanced (50%)to that of men;
Ensure that program activities do not cause negative impact on gender equality and women’s workload;
Create conducive environment that support the implementation of gender issues at all levels;
Facilitate identification, scaling up and documentation of best practices on gender equality;
Visit the project sites and undertake field inspection and evaluation of actions needed to ensure the safety of the project;
Participate in the Joint Implementation Support Mission (JISM) and follow up on the comments and recommendations given regarding social safeguards, gender development and livelihood development activities of the project;
Follow up and support Woreda and community during implementation of the Environmental and Social Management Framework (ESMF), Resettlement Policy Framework (RPF), Potential Implementation Risks and Challenges identified by the Social Assessment and Social Management Plan, Gender Mainstreaming guideline and health and safety;
Assess the adequacy of the implementations of the safeguard measures and the capacity of the institutions and agencies responsible for social safeguards, gender mainstreaming; and recommend actions;
Assess and follow-up that micro-watershed development plans fully address the needs of beneficiary communities including the underserved peoples and vulnerable groups;
Ensure that the gender concerns are adequately addressed in the training program;
Support to improve the skill of extension agents in socio-economic analysis of agricultural production systems;
Monitor and support the self-help-group/common Interest Group of livelihood development activities functionality and benefit including safeguard related platforms;
Support and facilitate participation of women in decision making/women empowerment through the provision of leadership training and skills upgrading, assertiveness training and skills development for women in watershed committees and teams;
Monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of the planned social impact mitigating measure;
Follow-up and assess that proposed/implemented technologies and key activities are economically viable, environmentally sound and socially acceptable;
Follow up and ensure that program activities do not cause negative impact on women and men differentially including affecting their workload;
Advise on improving market systems for products to be developed by the project intervention;
Advise Woreda and Kebele level implementers on mechanisms of working with religious leaders and traditional institutions for the success of project objectives;

3.3. Capacity and team building

Provide the required technical backstopping to the zones, woredas and community level project implementation structure;
Conduct necessary Training of Trainers on safeguard, gender and livelihood issues or on-job trainings to the relevant regional specialists aimed at empowering them to plan, implement, and maintain the interventions and requirement;
Organize institutional level interaction programs on environmental screening and environmental awareness as well as organize and participate in national level consultations with major stakeholders and academia, if necessary;
Build partnership and establish network with partners including GIZ, and programs such as PSNP, AGP, and which are generally dealing with safeguards, Gender and livelihood issues;
Organize experience sharing visit within the region, between project woredas;
Closely work with Regional PCU technical experts for effective implementation of the project;
Assist the SLMP coordinator in the identification of safeguard and gender issues and implementation as well as review of TORs, papers, studies or reports,
Work closely with regional and woreda RLLP gender focal persons and national social development specialist.

3.4. Documentation and reporting

Monitor and report the overall safeguards achievements towards zero risk
Monitor and report activities in line with project indicator: Watershed User Associations (WUAs) established and strengthened
Monitor and report activities in line with project indicator: WUA's with Watershed Management and Use Plan
Monitor and report activities in line with project indicator: People participating in income-generating activities supported by the project
Monitor and report activities in line with project indicator: Functional Common-Interest Groups (CIGs) established or supported.
Monitor and report activities in line with project indicator: Women participating in income generating activities supported by the project
Monitor and report activities in line with project indicator: Women land users adopting sustainable land management practices as a result of the project
Monitor and report activities in line with project indicator: Female headed households adopting sustainable land management practices as a result of the project
Prepare weekly, monthly, quarterly and annual work plan, collect and consolidate progress report in the area of specialty with responsible personnel under the regional specialists of the PCU;
Maintain an overall good and effective communication with National, Woreda and partner organizations.
Liaise with the National, Regional and Woreda relevant bodies responsible for Safeguard, gender and livelihood development issues;
Communicate, both orally and in writing, with colleagues and professional groups, through briefings, technical and operational reports and presentations
Undertake other duties as per the requirements of the project or as directed by the Regional Program Coordinator.

4. Deliverables

• Generally, the specialist will develop detail action plan with deliverables based on the main and specific tasks indicated under section 2 & 3 of the ToR (Terms of Reference) and the successful implementation and achievements of the safeguards, gender and sub-component 1.3 of the Project
• The Specialist also submit monthly, quarterly and yearly reports summarizing the activities undertaken and results achieved in relation to annual plan and M&E framework prepared for his/her assignment.
• The specialist will be fully engaged in advising on, facilitating and ensuring the effective implementation of the social safeguards, gender mainstreaming and the creation of adequate awareness and capacity building at all levels for management of the social and gender aspects of the project.

5. Required Qualification and Competencies
• A BSc/BA/MSc/MA Degree in Sociology, Anthropology, Social Work, Gender/women Studies, Rural Development, Economics/Agricultural Economics and other related fields.
• Experience in one and/or Social Development and Safeguards, Social Impact Assessment, Social Assessment, Gender Analysis, women empowerment, livelihoods and income generating activities is a requirement.
• Minimum of six years’ for BSc/BA after graduation and four years for MSc/MA after graduation experience on Social Development and Safeguards, Social Impact Assessment, Social Assessment, Gender Analysis, women empowerment, livelihoods and income generating activities in Natural Resource Management or in Environmental and Social Management or in other highly related areas and at least two years project experience on the above mentioned area are mandatory.
• Strong analytical skills including analysis of both quantitative and qualitative data;
• Ability to work independently and as part of a team;
• Excellent interpersonal and communication skills required to train / coach staff and deliver presentations;
• Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications, and in working with data analysis packages;
• Excellent command of English (spoken & written) language
6. Reporting Line/Communication
• The Regional Social Development Specialist is accountable to the Regional Program Coordinator with his/her technical relationship with all technical specialists at Regional PCU level.
• The specialist has to report the overall compliance of project investment with Social safeguards, gender mainstreaming in accordance with the principles, procedures, and processes laid down in the Environmental and Social Safeguard instruments, Gender mainstreaming guideline, project implementation manual.
7. Duration of the Assignment
The duration of the assignment will be for one year, but extendable depending on the satisfactory performance until the project period.
8. Work plan
Based on the main and specific tasks in the ToR and overall targets of the project, the Regional Social development specialist is expected to prepare detail annul plan with quarterly and monthly break down.
9. Performance Appraisal
In line with Biannual Joint Implementation support mission of the project and based on the detail work plan of the specialist and the project; performance appraisal and rating will be conducted every six months.
10. Place of Work
• Regional RLLP/SLMP Coordination Unit established in respective RLLP Implementing Region with frequent travel to project woredas

11. Salary

• As per the scale of projects of the Ministry of Agriculture

How to Apply
Interested applicants should submit non-returnable copies of supporting documents with CV and application letter. Applications should be submitted in person to Bureau of Agriculture on or before the application deadline within 7 working days from this announcement date.

Job Title
Field Coordinator Gondar, Amhara Region
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" Bachelors or higher degree, in Agricultural Extension, Rural Development, or related fields agricultural fields.
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Job Description
Job Title: Reginal Senior Environmental and Social Safeguards Specialist
Salary: Based on the project’s scale
Duty Post: The Regional Safeguard expert will be stationed at the Reginal Project Coordination Unit (RPCU) in with occasional travel to the project Woredas for training, technical assistance and quality assurance.

Reporting to: The Reginal Project Coordinator
The Specialist would be responsible for the following:
Under the direct supervision of Regional Project Coordinator, the Safeguard expert will be responsible for, but not limited to, the following duties.

 Ensuring that each activity under the project is subjected to the Project ESMF process and procedures.
 Prepare guidelines, tools and notes for use in the project based on relevant environmental policies, acts and regulations/ directives of the Government of Ethiopia (GoE) and relevant safeguard policies of World Bank Group and the ESMF;
 Organize Environmental Orientation & awareness or sensitization, and training across the PCUs from woreda to federal level.
 Help commissioning and managing Initial Environmental Examination (IEE), if necessary and other special studies/ assessment such as Pest management, hazardous & e-waste management. Prepare environmental information materials and help the project in disseminating the information to the relevant stakeholders;
 Review project and activity plan, design, cost, and bid documents to ensure mitigations are incorporated, and project/ activity documents and environmental documents are in harmony.
 Carry out site supervisions during implementation of projects and activities, and provide feedback to the FPCU;
 Taking part in recruiting and managing independent consultant for mid-term and end-term evaluation of ESMF Compliance.
 Evaluate environmental risks associated with project activities; and propose associated mitigation measures
 Monitor potential collaboration with specific key stakeholders, such as Ministry of Science, Technology and Ministry Environment, Forest and climate change, Federal cooperative agency, Wildlife Authority and etc. and Conduct necessary training workshops to the relevant regional specialists.
 Assist regional experts to conduct workshops to the beneficiaries aimed at empowering them to plan, implement, operate ,report and maintain the system;
 organize and Prepare necessary reports quarterly and report to the MoALR and the WB ;
 Assist the federal Project coordinator in the preparation of discussion papers and any other related documents;
 Assist regional experts to conduct workshops to the woreda PCUs, Woreda EFCC offices and beneficiaries aimed at empowering them to operate and maintain the system.
 Performing any other duties as may be assigned by the project coordinator.
Job Specifications
Qualifications: BSc/MSc in environmental sciences, environmental health, environmental engineering,
Work Experience: At least 6 years of relevant experience for MSc and 8 years for BSc.
Date of registration: 7 working days starting from the first day of announcement.
Place of registration: Human resource development directorate (Bureau of Agriculture) room number 01.
Date of examination: will be announced soon after registration.
Remark:
Applicants should update their work experience
Short listed applicants are conducted for the exam

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Number of position: 1
1. Background
The intersection of land management, rights, and use forms the key development issue for millions of rural Ethiopians facing water insecurity, food insecurity, land tenure insecurity, and livelihood insecurity; all amplified by climate variability and change. Climate impacts in Ethiopia are felt primarily through water stress, which is affected by land use changes and degradation that undermine watershed functions. The minimum estimated annual cost of land degradation in Ethiopia is 2-3 percent of Agricultural Gross Domestic Product (GDP), before accounting for downstream effects such as increased flood risk. While a onetime occurrence of such a loss might be manageable, for an economy based on agriculture the cumulative losses to land degradation over time represent a significant drag on rural growth and poverty reduction. In response, the Government of Ethiopia (GoE) developed a conceptual and institutional framework for sustainable land management, the multi-year (2009-2023) Ethiopian Strategic Investment Framework for Sustainable Land Management (ESIF, 2010) supported by the TerrAfrica partnership. The Federal Ministry of Agriculture (MoA) is the implemnting institution of ESIF at the national level. Successful remediation has been achieved through a combination of better land management practices and rights, jobs and livelihood enhancements, and gender outreach in targeted degraded watersheds. Restoration effects include a range of resilience-related results, including increased soil moisture and soil fertility important for higher and less variable crop yields, improved water availability, and increased carbon sequestration – all of which are priorities under Growth and Transformation plan and the Climate Resilient and Green Economy Strategy of the goverment of Ethiopia.

This progress has been achieved by the Government and thousands of local communities largely through investment and technical assistance under the MoA’s Sustainable Land Management (SLM) Program. Working through Regional Bureaus of Agriculture (BoAs) and woreda administrations over the last ten years, the SLM Program has restored productivity in more than two million hectares of degraded watersheds in six regional states of the Ethiopian highlands (i.e. Amhara, Benshangul Gumuz, Gambela, Oromia, Southern Nations, Nationalities and Peoples Region and Tigray). The World Bank (WB) has provided financing for the SLM Program through the first Sustainable Land Management Project (SLMP-I, 2008-2013) and the subsequent SLMP-II (2013-2018), that together with financing from other Development Partners (DPs) has allowed the SLM Program to support interventions in a total of 223 major watersheds, out of an estimated 700 that would benefit from SLM interventions. From the total major watersheds, WB International Development Association (IDA) and other Trust Funds financing has helped restore productive capacity and build resilient livelihoods in135 highland watersheds through an integrated package of activities that includes management of agricultural landscapes natural resources on more than half a million hectares of degraded communal and smallholder lands.

Through soil and water conservation structures, enclosures to limit free grazing, and afforestation or reforestation of more than 80,000 hectares, these activities have led to an average 9 percent increase in vegetation cover in treated watersheds. Complementing these physical interventions, IDA financing for the SLM Program has strengthened MoA’s support for land rights through the issuance of landholding certificates to over 300,000 households, including more than 200,00 women who have received titles either individually or jointly with their husbands, and more than 7,000 landless youth who have received titles to communal holdings in exchange for restoring land. To further ensure that local communities derive livelihood benefits from these investments, more than 130,000 smallholders in the targeted watersheds have participated in income-generating activities under the SLM Program, including for improved cookstove adoption that reduces fuelwood demand, women’s labor and respiratory illnesses.
The follow-on WB-finaced project, Resilient Landscapes and Livelihoods Project (RLLP), features in the Bank’s Country Partnership Framework (CPF) for FY 17-21 as a government flagship program addressing the CPF’s resilience pillar, with a funding commitment from IDA-18 of US$100 million. It will leverage and scale up support to the MoA’s SLM Program while also contributing to the climate, forest, water, energy, and land tenure targets in the GTP-II and CRGE Strategy, as well as the forthcoming GTP-III. The targets for natural resource management set out in GTP-II include an additional 19 million hectares to be treated with physical soil and water conservation structures, an increase in national forest coverage from 15 to 20 percent, and the provision of land use certificates to more than 7 million households. To help meet these goals, and to bring the benefits of the Government’s SLM Program to further rural communities affected by land degradation, the RLLP will scale up the successes of the SLM Program, and complement these achievements with innovations aimed at sustaining project benefits.
The Project Development Objective (PDO) of RLLP is to improve the climate resilience, land productivity and carbon storage, and increase access to diversified livelihood activities in selected 152 major watersheds located in the Ethiopian Highlands in the six regions. For satisfactory achievements of the project objectives and the theory of changes, improving the so far M&E implementation challenges, establishing effective Monitoring and Evaluation framework and efficient data collection, management and capacity is mandatory. Hence, the Regional Project Coordination Unit will recruit Regional M&E specialist in charge of the following main and specific assignment.
1. Tasks Summary
The Regional Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist will ensure the establishment and operationalization of result based Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation system at Regional level for Sustainable Land Management Program that makes RLLP effective. He/she is also responsible to provide guidance, leadership in the design and implementation of functional Planning, M&E system at regional and watershed levels with coordination of the M&E teams that are based in the SLM-PCU both at federal and Regional level. In addition to these, he/she will institutionalize the proper systems that ensure the project management body and beneficiaries obtain accurate and timely data to make the right decision. The specialist is also responsible to upgrade the current M&E system of the project including building systems and capacity in government to undertake M&E and establish partnership with stakeholders of SLMP for the development of integrated database of SLM Program interventions. He/she will lead also knowledge management and impact evaluation of the project at regional level including periodical planning and reporting functions.
2. Specific Tasks
2.1. Improving and upgrading Planning, M&E framework
• Based on the consensus at national level, contribute to the development of clear model and framework of the project P,M&E system and framework at watershed region level of practitioners
• Lead and follow up the process of institutionalization of the agreed P, M&E system and framework applicable across all contributions (WB, GDC, and GAC& EU) under SLM program at regional and woreda level.
• Ensure functionality of the agreed P,M&E system and framework at Regional and watershed levels to generate timely and accurate information and data are to steer the project implementation
• Ensure data input and utilization of the IT based M&E system at Regional and Watersheds levels
• Conduct periodical SWOT analysis of the agreed M&E framework and suggest areas of improvement and upgrading
• Ensure and monitor the implementation procedures and arrangements of PM&E detailed in the Project Implementation Manual (PIM) at Regional and Watersheds levels
• Ensure SLMP agreed M&E guidelines including best practices guideline are followed when designing and carrying out routine M&E activities including framework improvement and further capacity building plan
• Work with the National Database Manager and other M&E team in developing the project database and reporting system
• Engage with the National Database Manager at all critical stages prior to, during, and following data collection. This includes ensuring forms for collecting data are properly designed to record information in a coherent, consistent manner that can be fed into the project database so it can be easily accessed, queried and archived for future use.
• Develop Regional Result Framework Matrix based on the specific details on data and information needs specific to each indicator in the results framework developed at national level.
• Develop further clarifications as necessary to remove any ambiguity and provide details on data needs as well as clearly specifying who is responsible for collecting as well as reviewing data, the frequency of collection, and specifics on how the data will be processed and interpreted report on a given indicator (i.e. the actual formulas or relationships to be used).
• Strive to develop a M&E system that is efficient and properly capacitated and which makes use of field appropriate technologies and software solutions that improve the quality of the data collected and results in more accurate and consistent reporting against results framework indicators and which is user-friendly at the field level (i.e. for DA's, community facilitators, woreda focal persons, etc.)
• Develop and implement M&E strategy including training and incorporates feedback loops that builds capacity and promotes good reporting.
• Ensure the system is user-friendly especially at the field level, reducing the time and effort necessary to report on activities in the field by leveraging improved technologies for collecting information and receiving feedback/progress reports

2.2. Team and capacity building

• Lead the M&E team of the PCU and other partners of the PCU to effectively carry out their duties
• Manage and coordinate project contracted M&E Consultants activities at region level, review deliverables/reports
• Conduct annual M&E capacity building need assessment and develop capacity building plan at regional and woreda levels
• Manage and coordinate the implementation of M&E focused capacity building plan for the project and government staff at different levels.
• Support the training and other capacity building activities of woreda on implementing M&E activities
• Support the SLMP Regional coordinator in liaising across departments and Bureaus to ensure coordination of M&E programs and data harmonization
• Suggest any innovative ideas for project and project team capacity building
• Ensure the M&E supporting staff at the Regional and woreda levels have the necessary training and technical expertise in order to promote efficiency and implement a system that is user-friendly (especially at the watershed and community level) and does not place excessive burden on those at the lower-levels (i.e. watershed, community, woreda) where staff skills are lacking (especially at the Regional level) a strategy for providing additional training and professional development.

2.3. Result MONITORING AND EVALUTION

• Reference to the project Result Framework Indicators (RFI), the specialist will cascade /develop the result framework indicators matrix for each watershed based on the number of micro watersheds for effective result monitoring and reporting.
• Work with the National Database Manager and Regional technical staff to ensure the integrated database also incorporates information compiled Multiyear of the watersheds, local land use land use plan of the watersheds and approved annual work plan
• Facilitates the preparation of annual M&E work and budget plan at Regional, woreda and watersheds levels in reference to regional and woreda M&E requirements
• Follow up and ensure timely plan amendment and budget revision at all levels
• Facilitate Joint Implementation support Mission (JISM) other monitoring missions according to the financing agreements and agreed schedule
• Manage various M&E tools to timely measure outputs and outcomes (such as surveys, tracer studies, etc...) with PCU M&E team and technical staff;
• Conduct and coordinate Regional baseline, midline, perception and satisfaction surveys and impact assessment studies;
• Periodically monitor SLMP implementation progress through field visits, and participate in internal and external evaluation missions and situational analysis appraisals as needed;

2.4. Documentation and reporting

• According to the financing agreements of the project, at regional and watershed level, the specialist is responsible for preparation and facilitation of periodical reports like ISR (Implementation Status Report) every six months, MTR (Midterm Report), PCR (Project Completion Report), BCR (Borrower Completion Report), and ICR (Implementation Completion Report).
• According to the requirements of the Ministry/ Bureau of Agriculture, the specialist is responsible for preparation and review of the weekly, monthly, quarterly, and annual reports
• Periodically monitor the integrated regional and watershed database and produce required data set and analysis report
• Capture, document and disseminate lessons learned and good practices on quarterly basis
• Follow up and manage the collection, compilation, and analysis of the required data from the different levels to develop periodic monitoring reports;
• Work closely with the procurement and finance officers for documentation and alignment of physical and financial reports of the project
• Responsible to document every formal minutes of the discussion, meetings, workshops, conferences etc,,,
• Carry out any additional related tasks as assigned by the Regional SLMP coordinator.

3. Deliverables

• The Regional M&E Specialist will prepare, review other technical team reports and submit monthly, quarterly and yearly reports summarizing the activities undertaken and results achieved in relation to annual plan and M&E framework of the Project.
• He/she will follow up together with the other technical Specialists and field experts to the delivery and effective planning, monitoring, reporting and verification of the overall implementation process.
• The specialist will develop detail action plan with deliverables based on the main and specific tasks indicated under section 2 & 3 of the ToR (Terms of Reference).
• Other assignments given by the Regional Program Coordinator

4. Required Qualifications

• A BSC/BA/MSc/MA Degree in Agricultural Economics, Economics, Agricultural Extension or Statistics;
• Minimum of six years’ for BSc and four years for MSc experience in developing and implementing Monitoring and Evaluation methodologies in particular in the fields of natural resource management, sustainable land management, agriculture development and report writing;

5. Additional Skill
• Strong analytical skills including analysis of both quantitative and qualitative data;
• Ability to participate in the design, implementation and management of complex organizational change processes;
• Ability to work independently and as part of a team;
• Excellent organizational and time management skills required to meet deadlines;
• Good supervisory and leadership skills;
• Excellent interpersonal and communication skills required to train / coach staff and deliver presentations;
• Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications, and in working with data analysis packages;
• Excellent command of English (spoken & written) language

6. Reporting Line/Communication

The Regional M&E Specialist is accountable to the Regional Program Coordinator with his technical relationship with all technical specialists at Regional PCU level.
7. Duration of the Assignment
The duration of the assignment will be for one year, but extendable depending on the satisfactory performance until the project period.

8. Work plan

Based on the main and specific tasks in the ToR and overall targets of the project, the Regional M&E specialist is expected to prepare detail annul plan with quarterly and monthly break down.

9. Performance Appraisal
In line with Biannual Joint Implementation support mission of the project and based on the detail work plan of the specialist & the project; performance appraisal and rating will be conducted every six months.

10. Place of Work

Amahara Regional RLLP/SLMP Coordination Unit with frequent travel to project woredas and community watersheds

11. Salary

As per the scale of projects of the Ministry of Agriculture/Bureau of Agriculture

12. How to Apply
• Interested applicants should submit non-returnable copies of supporting documents with CV and application letter. Applications should be submitted in person to Bureau of Agriculture on or before the application deadline within 7 working days from this announcement date.
• Short Listed Applicants are conducted for the exam.

Date of registration:-
 ANRS Bureau of Agriculture within 7 working days from the date of announcement to room No.3
 Date of examination. 07/01/2012 E.C
 Letter of Work Experience Should be Updated
 Tell No:- (+251) 058 220 5854

ቁጥር ግቢ.5/ሠሀ/ 42 / / 3/3/12
ቀን 13 /12 /2011

Number of position: 1
1. Background
The intersection of land management, rights, and use forms the key development issue for millions of rural Ethiopians facing water insecurity, food insecurity, land tenure insecurity, and livelihood insecurity; all amplified by climate variability and change. Climate impacts in Ethiopia are felt primarily through water stress, which is affected by land use changes and degradation that undermine watershed functions. The minimum estimated annual cost of land degradation in Ethiopia is 2-3 percent of Agricultural Gross Domestic Product (GDP), before accounting for downstream effects such as increased flood risk. While a onetime occurrence of such a loss might be manageable, for an economy based on agriculture the cumulative losses to land degradation over time represent a significant drag on rural growth and poverty reduction. In response, the Government of Ethiopia (GoE) developed a conceptual and institutional framework for sustainable land management, the multi-year (2009-2023) Ethiopian Strategic Investment Framework for Sustainable Land Management (ESIF, 2010) supported by the TerrAfrica partnership. The Federal Ministry of Agriculture (MoA) is the implementing institution of ESIF at the national level. Successful remediation has been achieved through a combination of better land management practices and rights, jobs and livelihood enhancements, and gender outreach in targeted degraded watersheds. Restoration effects include a range of resilience-related results, including increased soil moisture and soil fertility important for higher and less variable crop yields, improved water availability, and increased carbon sequestration – all of which are priorities under Growth and Transformation plan and the Climate Resilient and Green Economy Strategy of the government of Ethiopia.

This progress has been achieved by the Government and thousands of local communities largely through investment and technical assistance under the MoA’s Sustainable Land Management (SLM) Program. Working through Regional Bureaus of Agriculture (BoAs) and woreda administrations over the last ten years, the SLM Program has restored productivity in more than two million hectares of degraded watersheds in six regional states of the Ethiopian highlands (i.e. Amhara, Benshangul Gumuz, Gambela, Oromia, Southern Nations, Nationalities and Peoples Region and Tigray). The World Bank (WB) has provided financing for the SLM Program through the first Sustainable Land Management Project (SLMP-I, 2008-2013) and the subsequent SLMP-II (2013-2018), that together with financing from other Development Partners (DPs) has allowed the SLM Program to support interventions in a total of 223 major watersheds, out of an estimated 700 that would benefit from SLM interventions. From the total major watersheds, WB International Development Association (IDA) and other Trust Funds financing has helped restore productive capacity and build resilient livelihoods in135 highland watersheds through an integrated package of activities that includes management of agricultural landscapes natural resources on more than half a million hectares of degraded communal and smallholder lands.

Through soil and water conservation structures, enclosures to limit free grazing, and afforestation or reforestation of more than 80,000 hectares, these activities have led to an average 9 percent increase in vegetation cover in treated watersheds. Complementing these physical interventions, IDA financing for the SLM Program has strengthened MoA’s support for land rights through the issuance of landholding certificates to over 300,000 households, including more than 200,00 women who have received titles either individually or jointly with their husbands, and more than 7,000 landless youth who have received titles to communal holdings in exchange for restoring land. To further ensure that local communities derive livelihood benefits from these investments, more than 130,000 smallholders in the targeted watersheds have participated in income-generating activities under the SLM Program, including for improved cook stove adoption that reduces fuel wood demand, women’s labor and respiratory illnesses.
The follow-on WB-financed project, Resilient Landscapes and Livelihoods Project (RLLP), features in the Bank’s Country Partnership Framework (CPF) for FY 17-21 as a government flagship program addressing the CPF’s resilience pillar, with a funding commitment from IDA-18 of US$100 million. It will leverage and scale up support to the MoA’s SLM Program while also contributing to the climate, forest, water, energy, and land tenure targets in the GTP-II and CRGE Strategy, as well as the forthcoming GTP-III. The targets for natural resource management set out in GTP-II include an additional 19 million hectares to be treated with physical soil and water conservation structures, an increase in national forest coverage from 15 to 20 percent, and the provision of land use certificates to more than 7 million households. To help meet these goals, and to bring the benefits of the Government’s SLM Program to further rural communities affected by land degradation, the RLLP will scale up the successes of the SLM Program, and complement these achievements with innovations aimed at sustaining project benefits.
The Project Development Objective (PDO) of RLLP is to improve the climate resilience, land productivity and carbon storage, and increase access to diversified livelihood activities in selected 152 major watersheds located in the Ethiopian Highlands in the six regions. For satisfactory achievements of the project objectives and the theory of changes, improving the land productivity, measuring resilience, improving crop and livestock productivity and impact monitoring through implementation of Climate Smart Agriculture technologies and approaches at landscape level is a prerequisite. Hence, the Regional Project Coordination Unit seek to recruit Regional Climate Smart Agriculture Specialist in charge of the following main and specific assignment.

1. Tasks Summary

1.1. The Regional Climate Smart Agriculture (CSA) Specialist will ensure the successful implementation of the Climate Smart Agriculture sub component activities focusing on enhancing the livelihood resilience of beneficiary households and improving adaptation of restored watersheds to variable rainfall patterns and reducing adverse climatic events, combined with reduced degradation-related risks through CSA interventions in selected micro-watersheds assisted by the project and at overall Regional landscapes level. The CSA specialist should work closely with the environment and social and gender expert, especially; (i) site selection with appropriate technology and screening; (ii) process and criteria for the identification of CSA beneficiaries; (iii) consideration of the preference of vulnerable groups and underserved people on CSA technology, and; (iv) Consultation and participation of CSA beneficiaries at all stages of the CSA work.

2. Specific Tasks
2.1. Planning CSA Activities
• Farming system analysis and designing appropriate CSA technologies and approaches in each selected watersheds
• Analyze periodical rainfall patterns (outlook and impacts) of the watersheds based on forecast report/links and nearest metrology stations data to design response farming
• Adoption of technologies and approaches analysis and scaling up of technologies and approaches planning based on lesson from previous interventions in SLMP-II watersheds
• Ensure appropriate CSA beneficiary targeting strategy and groups establishment and related requirements to be in placed according to the Project Implementation Manual (PIM)
• Ensure appropriate CSA landscape selection (micro watershed selection) according to the selection criteria of the project appraisal documents
• Ensure the availability of working documents (CSA field manual and others ) at all level for technical backstopping and proper implementation of activities according to the standard and the norm
• Design of activities to provide the end goal to stabilize soils and increase fertility; improve water retention, harvesting and infiltration; increase biomass (and carbon) accumulation; and promote the adoption of climate-smart tillage and production practices in farm plots and home gardens.
• Set the bench marks of sub-component 1.1 of the Resilient Landscape and Livelihood Project in each watershed, such as improved water retention and infiltration, gully and degraded hillside stabilization, and enhanced biomass production for setting the target of CSA incremental role.
• Ensure annual technical and financial plan is prepared in a participatory way and the resource is available on time for the implementation
• Ensure the provision of improved farm tools/machineries for identified CSA activities; such as line planters, tillage and harvesting equipment to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the cropping system
• Participate in or initiate the analysis of feed and fodder demand in CSA intervention micro-watersheds
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2.2. Implementing CSA activities

• According the Project Appraisal Document (PAD), in collaboration with other technical specialist in the Regional project Coordination unit, ensure the implementation of the following package of activities based on the annual work plan and budget of the watersheds/micro watersheds:

Farm water and soil moisture management activities focusing on in situ soil moisture management practices such as: improved tillage, mulching/permanent soil cover and farm water harvesting including construction of cutoff/on drains and road water harvesting.
Integrated soil fertility and soil health management focusing on improved compost making including vermi-compost and manure management, lime application for acidic soils; vertisol management, promotion of tree-crop livestock systems (agro-forestry practices); and crop rotation and legume intercropping.
Crop development and management through promoting better performing crops (drought and disease resistant) based on local-level adaptive research and crowd-sourcing by farmers over a wide range of crop varieties (both local and improved cultivars).
Integrated pest and disease management, including post-harvest management, to minimize crop yield losses.
Productive use of increased soil moisture through production and management of high value crops, such as vegetables and fruits.
Environmentally-friendly livestock production through forage development and management: High quality and quantity forage in pasture and along farm boundaries, gullies and back yards to minimize dependence on crop residue as livestock feed, as a means to help ensure increased use of biomass for soil fertility improvement.
Efficient use of livestock feed resources through feed treatment and improvement of feeding troughs will also be implemented to reduce losses.
Appropriate integration of agro-silvo-animal husbandry practices at homestead level based on the needs of local farmers and the suitability of local conditions.
Lead the management of feed and fodder production to improve livestock management and to control free grazing in a landscape
Practicing an integration of multi-purpose food and tree cropping with livestock rearing at the homestead can improve the fertility and organic matter content (including carbon) of soils, and increase crop yields and household food security.
• Ensure activities are implemented in all selected micro watersheds and at target farmers group level to active watershed, regional and national targets accordingly
• Support the implementation of agreed CSA impact evaluation, adaptive research and other evidence generation /documentation activities in selected watersheds
• Establish, monitor and strengthening Common Interest Group and initiate CSA proposal to be prepared by the farmers groups
• Ensure CSA based farm machineries introduced by the project are serving the purpose effectively and effectively

2.3. Team and capacity building
• Organize and provide training on Climate Smart Agriculture activities and approaches of the project
• Providing technical backstopping to woreda experts, DAs, Community Facilitators, and lead farmers through periodic joint field visits, on-farm refresher training, as well as assistance
• Organize experience sharing visit between the watersheds / woreda with in the region
• Support CSA practices data collection and management for use by the project M&E system
• Establish community agreement/bylaw on cut and carry/controlled grazing enforced
• Ensure the establishment of CSA Common Interest Group according to the PAD and PIM requirements
• Organize and conduct dissemination activities such as field days and farmer exchange visits
• Establish and organize CSA Innovation Platform at regional and woreda level.
• Establishing CSA technology/approach testing and demonstration sites, as well as collaboration with research and academic institutions in the region
• Demonstrate CSA practices and approaches in selected functional Farmer Training Centers at kebele level
2.4. Result Monitoring and Evaluation

• Conduct periodic visits to the sites/micro-watersheds where farmers implementing CSA practices
• Monitor the applicability of the selection criteria of micro watersheds eligible of CSA activities implementation and draw further lessons
• Monitor and report activities in line with project indicator: Land area with productivity enhancing practices applied
• Monitor and report activities in line with project indicator: Net greenhouse gas emissions (metric tons)
• Monitor and report activities in line with project indicator: Land users adopting sustainable land management practices related to CSA practices
• Monitor and report CSA activities adoption rate and sustainability
• Monitor financial and other resources (farm inputs) utilization outputs
• Support the development of robust M&E system for CSA

2.5. Documentation and reporting

• Documents local knowledge or traditional practice of multi-cropping system
• According to the requirements of the project, the specialist is responsible for preparation and review of the weekly, monthly, quarterly, and annual reports
• Document success stories and lesson of the project implementation periodically
• Prepare on time back to Office report of the workshops, trainings, technical field visit and experience sharing visit
• Conduct seasonal Productivity assessment and CSA technology adoption reports
3. Deliverables

• Generally, the specialist will develop detail action plan with deliverables based on the main and specific tasks indicated under section 2 & 3 of the ToR (Terms of Reference) and the successful implementation and achievements of the sub-component 1.2 of the Project
• Prepare technical reports and submit monthly, quarterly and yearly reports summarizing the activities undertaken and results achieved in relation to annual plan and Project CSA result framework Indicators.
• He/she will follow up together with the other technical Specialists and field experts to the delivery and effective planning, monitoring, reporting and verification of the overall implementation process.
• Lead the development of a document outlining in detail the data and information needs for reporting on each CSA related indicators
• Prepare training and capacity building plan and implement accordingly when approved
• Update and develop further detail strategy for collecting and managing CSA related data in consultation with other technical experts (M&E)
• Perform Other assignments given by the Regional Program Coordinator

4. Required Qualifications
• BSc/MSc degree in Agricultural (plant science, agronomy, Agricultural Extension), Natural Resources Management; Forestry, Environmental Science, Climate Change.
• Minimum of six years’ for BSc and four years for MSc experience in developing and implementing integrated agricultural extension activities, in particular in the fields of climate smart agronomic practices, Natural resource management activities, watershed development research
5. Additional Skill
• Strong analytical skills including analysis of both quantitative and qualitative data;
• Ability to participate in the design, implementation and management of complex organizational change processes;
• Ability to work independently and as part of a team;
• Excellent organizational and time management skills required to meet deadlines;
• Good supervisory and leadership skills;
• Excellent interpersonal and communication skills required to train / coach staff and deliver presentations;
• Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications, and in working with data analysis packages;
• Excellent command of English (spoken & written) language

6. Reporting Line/Communication

The Regional CSA Specialist is accountable to the Regional RLLP/Program Coordinator with his/her technical relationship with all technical specialists at Regional PCU level.

7. Duration of the Assignment
The duration of the assignment will be for one year, but extendable depending on the satisfactory performance until the project period.

8. Work plan
Based on the main and specific tasks in the ToR and overall targets of the project, the Regional CSA specialist is expected to prepare detail annul plan with quarterly and monthly break down.
9. Performance Appraisal
In line with Biannual Joint Implementation support mission of the project and based on the detail work plan of the specialist & the project; performance appraisal and rating will be conducted every six months.

10. Place of Work
Amahara Regional RLLP/SLMP Coordination Unit with frequent travel to project woredas and community watersheds

11. Salary
As per the scale of projects of the Ministry of Agriculture/Bureau of Agriculture

12. How to Apply
• Interested applicants should submit non-returnable copies of supporting documents with CV and application letter. Applications should be submitted in person to Bureau of Agriculture on or before the application deadline within 7 working days from this announcement date.
• Short Listed Applicants are conducted for the exam.

Date of registration:-
 ANRS Bureau of Agriculture within 7 working days from the date of announcement to room No.3
 Date of examination. ------/12/2011 E.C
 Letter of Work Experience Should be Updated
 Tell No:- (+251) 058 220 5854

ቁጥር ግቢ.5/ሠሀ/ 40 / 3/3/ 12
ቀን 13 / 12/2011

Number of position: 1
1. Background
The intersection of land management, rights, and use forms the key development issue for millions of rural Ethiopians facing water insecurity, food insecurity, land tenure insecurity, and livelihood insecurity; all amplified by climate variability and change. Climate impacts in Ethiopia are felt primarily through water stress, which is affected by land use changes and degradation that undermine watershed functions. The minimum estimated annual cost of land degradation in Ethiopia is 2-3 percent of Agricultural Gross Domestic Product (GDP), before accounting for downstream effects such as increased flood risk. While a onetime occurrence of such a loss might be manageable, for an economy based on agriculture the cumulative losses to land degradation over time represent a significant drag on rural growth and poverty reduction. In response, the Government of Ethiopia (GoE) developed a conceptual and institutional framework for sustainable land management, the multi-year (2009-2023) Ethiopian Strategic Investment Framework for Sustainable Land Management (ESIF, 2010) supported by the TerrAfrica partnership. The Federal Ministry of Agriculture (MoA) is the implemnting institution of ESIF at the national level. Successful remediation has been achieved through a combination of better land management practices and rights, jobs and livelihood enhancements, and gender outreach in targeted degraded watersheds. Restoration effects include a range of resilience-related results, including increased soil moisture and soil fertility important for higher and less variable crop yields, improved water availability, and increased carbon sequestration – all of which are priorities under Growth and Transformation plan and the Climate Resilient and Green Economy Strategy of the goverment of Ethiopia.
This progress has been achieved by the Government and thousands of local communities largely through investment and technical assistance under the MoA’s Sustainable Land Management (SLM) Program. Working through Regional Bureaus of Agriculture (BoAs) and woreda administrations over the last ten years, the SLM Program has restored productivity in more than two million hectares of degraded watersheds in six regional states of the Ethiopian highlands (i.e. Amhara, Benshangul Gumuz, Gambela, Oromia, Southern Nations, Nationalities and Peoples Region and Tigray). The World Bank (WB) has provided financing for the SLM Program through the first Sustainable Land Management Project (SLMP-I, 2008-2013) and the subsequent SLMP-II (2013-2018), that together with financing from other Development Partners (DPs) has allowed the SLM Program to support interventions in a total of 223 major watersheds, out of an estimated 700 that would benefit from SLM interventions. From the total major watersheds, WB International Development Association (IDA) and other Trust Funds financing has helped restore productive capacity and build resilient livelihoods in135 highland watersheds through an integrated package of activities that includes management of agricultural landscapes natural resources on more than half a million hectares of degraded communal and smallholder lands.
Through soil and water conservation structures, enclosures to limit free grazing, and afforestation or reforestation of more than 80,000 hectares, these activities have led to an average 9 percent increase in vegetation cover in treated watersheds. Complementing these physical interventions, IDA financing for the SLM Program has strengthened MoA’s support for land rights through the issuance of landholding certificates to over 300,000 households, including more than 200,000 women who have received titles either individually or jointly with their husbands, and more than 7,000 landless youth who have received titles to communal holdings in exchange for restoring land. To further ensure that local communities derive livelihood benefits from these investments, more than 130,000 smallholders in the targeted watersheds have participated in income-generating activities under the SLM Program, including for improved cookstove adoption that reduces fuelwood demand, women’s labor and respiratory illnesses.
The follow-on WB-finaced project, Resilient Landscapes and Livelihoods Project (RLLP), features in the Bank’s Country Partnership Framework (CPF) for FY 17-21 as a government flagship program addressing the CPF’s resilience pillar, with a funding commitment from IDA-18 of US$100 million. It will leverage and scale up support to the MoA’s SLM Program while also contributing to the climate, forest, water, energy, and land tenure targets in the GTP-II and CRGE Strategy, as well as the forthcoming GTP-III. The targets for natural resource management set out in GTP-II include an additional 19 million hectares to be treated with physical soil and water conservation structures, an increase in national forest coverage from 15 to 20 percent, and the provision of land use certificates to more than 7 million households. To help meet these goals, and to bring the benefits of the Government’s SLM Program to further rural communities affected by land degradation, the RLLP will scale up the successes of the SLM Program, and complement these achievements with innovations aimed at sustaining project benefits.
The Project Development Objective (PDO) of RLLP is to improve the climate resilience, land productivity and carbon storage, and increase access to diversified livelihood activities in selected 152 major watersheds located in the Ethiopian Highlands in the six regions. For satisfactory achievements of the project objectives and the theory of changes, improving the tenure security system, local land use planning system and land information system in line with watershed development is a prerequisite and enabling environment. Hence, the Regional Project Coordination Unit seek to recruit Regional Land Administration and Use specialist in charge of the following main and specific assignment.

1. Task Summary

The regional land administration and use specialist assignment is to ensure the successful implementation of Component 3: Rural Land Administration and uUse of the Resilient Landscapes and Livelihoods project (RLLP) and building the regional and woreda capacity to realize its successful impelemntation. in the region. The regional land administration and use specialist will be responsible for the overall coordination, management and technical backstopping of the second level land certification, local level land use planning, rollout of the national rural land information system and capacity building activities. The specialist will work in close collaboration with other Regional Project Coordination Unit technical staff (multidisciplinary team) and national land administration and use specialist and national cadastral Survey and land information specialist in a partnership-oriented approach, harmony and team spirit. Moreover, the specialist should closely work with the environment and social and gender expert to ensure planning for meaningful consultation with communities and other stakeholders for land administration and use. The specialist will be accountable to the Regional SLMP Coordinator and will undertake the following specific tasks.

2. Specific Tasks
2.1. Strategic and operational planning
• Overlap analysis with other similar initiative of project/program and government regular fund and establish early partnership at planning stage to avoid duplication of effort in target project woreda
• Ensure strategic and purposive link of the component sub components with the broader watershed investment according to the objectives indicated in the Project Appraisal Document
• Ensure all the required contract field personnel are recruited on time, managed and delivered the required outputs
• Ensure the establishment, update and functionality of component related platforms at regional, woreda and community levels
• Assist the planning processes of second level land certification, local level land use planning, and land information system activities at woreda level
• Assess and identify the legal, administrative, technical and operational aspects of project woredas in relation to thesecond level land certification, land use planning and land information system implementation requirements, and weakness and design mechanism for improvement.

2.2. Monitoring and Support

• Provide technical support to the project woredas and communities periodically.
• Ensure project initiatives are implemented to achieve maximum output as per the project objectives within the schedule and budget
• Participate in Joint Implementation Monitoring Missions (JIMM)

2.3. Team and capacity building

• Involve in training and awareness creation activities on the policy and legal framework of land administration to the regional and woreda policy and decision makers
• Provide training for woreda land administration and use experts in collaboration with regional land administration and use institutions
• Facilitates the supply of inputs (technology, IT and field equipment) required for the implementation of the component
• Facilitate and organize workshops and experience sharing to enhances second land certification, land use planning and land information system.
• Creating partnership /coordination with regional projects working on land interventions such as LIFT, RIELA, GIZ, and AGP.
• Involve in other land management interventions and create synergy between watershed management component-subcomponent and the land administration and use component activities.
• Liaison communication with Regional Bureau of Land administration (based on the structural arrangement in each region) at planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of the project and the component

2.4. Documentation and reporting

• Monitor and report activities in line with project indicator: parcels of land surveyed and mapped for certification
• Monitor and report activities in line with project indicator: second level land certificates issued
• Monitor and report activities in line with project indicator: households who have received second level land holding certificate
• Monitor and report activities in line with project indicator: women who have received second level land holding certificates individually or jointly with a man
• Monitor and report activities in line with project indicator: landless youth who are members of groups who have been issued a second level certificate or other legal documentation to use
• Monitor and report activities in line with project indicator: women Landless youth who are members of groups who have been issued a second level certificate or other legal documentation to use communal land holdings in exchange for restoring land
• Monitor and report activities in line with project indicator: Woredas with functioning land administration information systems
• Prepares and submit progress reports on time, and of high quality that convey the land administration and use component’s progress towards achieving best practices and impact in the targeted communities;
• Ensures documentation of second level land certification, land use planning and land information system processes, lessons learned and best practices in the project region and woredas
• Prepare monthly, quarterly and annual achievement report in the area of specialty with coordination of regional land administration and use institution and the monitoring & evaluation specialists of the RSLMPCU
• Write case studies and documenting lesson learned using all possible communication medias
• Maintain an overall good and effective communication with project woredas and the respective regional land office.
• Maintain an overall good and effective communication with National project coordination Unit and the respective national land administration and use /cadaster specialists
• Communicate, both orally and in writing, with colleagues and professional groups, through briefings, technical and operational reports and presentations.
• Preform other assignments given by the Regional Program coordinator.

3. Deliverables

• The Regional Land Administration and Use Specialist is responsible for overall successful planning, implementation and achievements of component three of the project focusing on three sub-components: second level certification, land use planning and land information system establishment and management
• The specialist will develop detail action plan with deliverables based on the main and specific tasks indicated under section 2 & 3 of the ToR (Terms of Reference)
• The specials will also technically review and submit quarterly and yearly status reports of land administration and use component including field reports and technical commentary on project assessment reports
• Other assignments given by the Regional RLLP/Program Coordinator

4. Required Qualifications

• A BSc/BA/MSc/MA Degree in in Land administration, land use planning, Land information system, land management, GIS and Remote sensing, Natural Resource management, urban management fields
• Minimum of six years’ for BSc and four years for MSc experience in developing and implementing Monitoring and Evaluation methodologies in particular in the fields of land administration, use and land information system and ;
• Must have GIS Skill (QGIS and other GIS software)

5. Additional Skill

• Strong analytical skills including analysis of both quantitative and qualitative data;
• Ability to participate in the design, implementation and management of complex organizational change processes;
• Ability to work independently and as part of a team;
• Excellent organizational and time management skills required to meet deadlines;
• Good supervisory and leadership skills;
• Excellent interpersonal and communication skills required to train / coach staff and deliver presentations;
• Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications, and in working with data analysis packages;
• Excellent command of English (spoken & written) language

6. Reporting Line/Communication

• The Regional Land administration and Use Specialist is accountable to the Regional RLLP/Program Coordinator with his technical relationship with all technical specialists at Regional PCU level.
• The specialist also liaison the technical and administrative requirement of the component with Regional Bureau of Land Administration (where applicable)

7. Duration of the Assignment
• The duration of the assignment will be for one year, but extendable depending on the satisfactory performance until the project period.

8. Work plan
• Based on the main and specific tasks in the ToR and overall targets of the project, the Regional Land Administration and Use specialist is expected to prepare detail annul plan with quarterly and monthly break down.

9. Performance Appraisal
• In line with Biannual Joint Implementation support mission of the project and based on the detail work plan of the specialist & the project; performance appraisal and rating will be conducted every six months.

10. Place of Work

Amahara Regional RLLP/SLMP Coordination Unit with frequent travel to project woredas
and community watersheds

11. Salary

As per the scale of projects of the Ministry of Agriculture/Bureau of Agriculture

12. How to Apply

• Interested applicants should submit non-returnable copies of supporting documents with CV and application letter. Applications should be submitted in person to Bureau of Agriculture on or before the application deadline within 7 working days from this announcement date.
• Short Listed Applicants are conducted for the exam.

Date of registration:-
 ANRS Bureau of Agriculture within 7 working days from the date of announcement to room No.3
 Date of examination. -----/12/2011 E.C
 Letter of Work Experience Should be Updated
 Tell No:- (+251) 058 220 5854

ቁጥር ግቢ.5/ሠሀ/ 41 / 3/3/ 12
ቀን 13 /12 /2011

የቋሚ ቅጥር ማስታወቂያ፣
ቁጥር ግቢ.5/wu/sbb/3/11
ቀን 25/06/2011
የአብክመ ግብርና ቢሮ ከዚህ በታች በተገለፀው የሥራ መደብ ላይ ሠራተኞችን በቋሚ ቅጥር ሥርዓት መሠረት አወዳድሮ መቅጠር ይፈልጋል፡፡

የዳይሬክቶሬቱ መጠሪያ የዕቅድ ዝግጅት ክትትልና ግምገማ ዳይሬክቶሬት
የሥራ መደቡ መጠሪያ፡- የዕቅድ ዝግጅት ክትትልና ግምገማ ባለሙያ IV
ደረጃ ፡- ኘሣ-8 (XII)
ደመወዝ፡- 6809
የመ/መ/ቁጥር- ……46/ባህ 098
ብዛት 1
የሥራ ቦታ ባህር ዳር

ተፈላጊ ችሎታ:-፣ ኢኮኖሚክስና አቻ፣ ማኔጅመንትና አቻ፣ ፣ ዴቨሎሜንት ማኔጅመንትና አቻ፣በዲቨሎኘመንት ስተዲና አቻ፣ ፐብሊክ ማኔጅመንትና አቻ፣ ኘላኒግና አቻ፣ ቢዝነስ ማናጅመንት አቻ፣ ጂኦግራፊና አቻ፣ ስታትስቲክስና አቻ፣ በተጨማሪነት በተቋሙ ለአላማ ፈጻሚ የስራ መደቦች የተካተቱ የትምህርት ዝግጅት የመጀመሪያ ዲግሪ 6 ዓመት አግባብ ያለው የሥራ ልምድ፣ ያለው/ያላት

አግባብነት ያለው የሥራ ልምድ
የእቅድ ዝግጅት ክትትል ግምገማ የስራ ሂደት መሪ /አስተባባሪ፣የሰው ሃይል ስራ አመራር ዋና/ደጋፊ የሥራ ሂደት መረ/አስተባባሪ፤ የመንግስት ተቋማት የለውጥ ፕሮግራሞች ማስፈጸሚያ ስራ ሂደት መሪ/አስተባባሪ፤ ሁለገብ አስተዲደር ተግባራት ባለሙያ፤ሁለገብ ስራ አሰተዲደር የቀበሌ ስራ አስኪያጆች ክትትል ባለሙያ፤ የዕቅድ መረጃ ዝግጅትና ክትትል ግምገማ ኦፊሰር፣የዕቅድ አፈጻጸምና የስው ሃይል ልማትና መረጃ ባለሙያና የሂደት መሪ፤የኘሮግራሞችና የፕሮጀክቶች ዕቅድ ዝግጅት ግምገማ ኦፊሰር፤የስርአተ ጾታ ፖሊሲ ጉዲዮች ክትትል ኦፊሰር፤ዕቅድ ዝግጅት ክትትል ኦፊሰር፤የልማት ፕሮጀክት ኦፊሰር፤የግብርና ልማት መረጃ ዝግጅት ባለሙያ፤ የመረጃ ዝግጅት ባለሙያ፤ የሃብት ማፈላለግ/ማመንጨት ባለሙያ/፤ የፕሮጀክት ክትትልና ድጋፍ ኦፊሰር፤የብድርና ድጋፍ ክትትል ኦፊሰር፤ የበጀት ዝግጅትና ግምገማ ፈጻሚ፤ ፕላንና ፕሮግራም ኃላፊ/ ኤክስፐርት፤የልማት ፕሮጀክት ኦፊሰር፣የዕቅድ ዝግጅት ክትትልና ግምገማ ኦፊሰርና ሂደት መሪ፣ የፕሮግራም ዝግጅትና ክትትል ግምገማ የፕላንና ስልጠና ኃላፊ/ኤክስፐርት፤ የፕላንና ኢንፎርሜሽን አገልግሎት ኃላፊ/ባለሙያ በመረጃ ጥንቅር ባለሙያነት፤ በኢኮኖሚስትነት፤ በሶሺዮሎጅሰትነት፤ በመረጃ ሰብሳቢና ትንተና ኤክስፐርት፤የዕቅድ ዝግጅትና ትንተና ባለሙያ፤የፋይናንስ አገልግሎት ኃላፊ፤ የግብርና ልማት መረጃ ዝግጅት ባለሙያ፣ የሂሳብና በጀት ኃላፊ፤አስተዲደርና ፋይናንስ ኃላፊ፤ የሲቪል ስርቪስ ኤክስፐርት፤ የሲቪል ስርቪስ ሪፎርም ኤክስፐርት፤ በእርሰ መምህርነት፤ በም/እርእሰ መምህርነት፤በተፈጥሮ ሶሺዮ ኢኮኖሚ ባለሙያነት፤ በማከል አስተባባሪነት፤ በዳታ ቤዝ መረጃ ጥንቅርና ትንተና ባለሙያነት፤ የፕሮግራሞችና ፕሮጀክቶች ድጋፍና ክትትል ባለሙያ (በቀበሌ መሬት አስተዲደር ባለሙያ የተገኘ የስራ ልምድ የአካባቢ ጥበቃ መሬት አስተዳደርና አጠቃቀም መ/ቤት የዕቅድ ዝግጅት፣ክትትልና ግምገማ ደጋፊ የስራ ሂደት መሪ/አስተባባሪ /ባለሙያ የሥራ መደቦች ብቻ)፤የልማት ፕሮጀክት አስተባባሪ፤በሱፐር ቫይዘርነት፤በቀበሌ ስራ አስኪያጅ፤በጥናትና ፕሮጀክት ዝግጅት ክትትል የሠራ/ች

የመመዝገቢያ፡- ቦታ ግብርና ቢሮ ቁጥር 3
የመመዝገቢያ ቀን፡- ማስታወቂያው ከወጣበት ቀን አንስቶ ለ7 ተከታታይ የሥራ ቀናት
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1. የዳይሬክቶሬቱ መጠሪያ- የአት/ፍራፍሬ መስኖ ውሃ አጠቃቀም ዳይሬክቶሬት
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የመ/መ/ቁጥር .....10/ባህ-44
ደረጃ -.................... ኘሣ-9 (XVI)
ደመወዝ- .............. 7647.00
ብዛት-............... 1
የሥራ ቦታ ፡ - ባህር ዳር

ተፈላጊ ችሎታ ፡--- ፕላንት ሳይንስ እና በአቻነት የተጠቀሱት፣ክሮፕ ሳይንስ እና በአቻነት የተጠቀሱት፣ ሆልቲካልቸር እና በአቻነት የተጠቀሱት ፣ክሮፕ ሳይንስ እና በአቻነት የተጠቀሱት፣ ዋተር ሪሶርስ ማኔጅመንት እና በአቻነት የተጠቀሱት፣ወተር ሪሶርስ ኤንድ ኢሪጌሽን ማኔጅመንት እና በአቻነት የተጠቀሱት፣ኢሪጌሽን ኢንጅነሪንግ እና በአቻነት የተጠቀሱት፣ስሞል ኢሪጌሽን እና በአቻነት የተጠቀሱት የተመረቀ/ች/፣

አግባብነት ያለው የሥራ ልምድ፡- የአትክልትና ፍራፍሬ ልማትና መስኖ ውሃ አጠቃቀም ዋና የስራ ሂደት መሪ/አስተባባሪ ወይም ሙያተኛ የሰራ፤የመስኖ መሬት አስተዳደር ባለሙያ፤በመስኖ ውሃ አጠቃቀም ስራ ፈጻሚነት የሰራ፤የአትክልትና ፍራፍሬ ልማት ስራ ፈጻሚ፤በአትክልትና ፍራፍሬ ተባይ ቁጥጥር ስራ ፈጻሚ፤በአትክልትና ፍራፍሬ ድህረ ምርት ቴክኖሎጅ ማስፋፊያ ስራ ፈጻሚ፤ የአትክልትና ፍራፍሬ ሰብል ጥበቃ ፈጻሚ፣የመስኖ ውሀ አጠቃቀም ስራ ፈጻሚ፣የአትክልትና ፍራፍሬ ጥበቃ ድህረ ምርት ቴክኖሎጅ አያያዝ ባለሙያ፣የሰብል ልማት ባለሙያ፣በግብርና ኤክስቴንሽን አገልግሎት ዋና ስራ ሂደት መሪ/አስተባባሪ፣በመስኖ አግሮኖሚስትነት፣በአዝርዕት ልማትና ጥበቃ ባለሙያነት፣በሰብል ልማትና ጥበቃ ባለሙያነት፣በሰብል ግብዓት አቅርቦትና ስርጭት ክትትል ባለሙያነት፣በግብርና ኤክስቴንሽን ባለሙያነት፣በተፈጥሮ ሀብት ባለሙያነት፣ በአፈርና ውሀ ጥበቃ ባለሙያነት፣በአፈር ለምነት ባለሙያነት፣በአዝርዕት ጥበቃ ቴክኒሽያንነት፣በሁለገብ ልማት ጣቢያ ሰራተኝነት፣በግብርና ሱፐርቫይዘርነት፣በእጽዋት ዘር ብዜት ባለሙያነት፣በእጽዋትና ምርቶች ውጤቶቻቸው ጥራት ተቆጣጣሪ፣የሰብል ልማት ቴክኖሎጅ ሽግግር ባለሙያ፣በጎተራና በመስክ ተባይ መከላከል ባለሙያነት፣በአደጋ ክስተት ሰብል ልማት ባለሙያነት፣ሰብል ምርት ማስፋፊያ ባለሙያነት፣ በአዝርዕት ጥበቃና ቁጥጥር ቡድን መሪነት፣በሰብል ተባይ መከላከልና ቁጥጥር ባለሙያነት፣ በሰብል ጥበቃ ቴክኖሎጅ ሽግግር ባለሙያነት፣በአፈር ለምነት ቴክኖሎጅ ሽግግር ባለሙያነት፣በቡናና አትክልት ፍራፍሬ ቅመማ ቅመም ባለሙያነት፣ በአበባ ልማት ባለሙያነት፣ በእጽዋት ኳራንታይን ባለሙያነት፣በእጽዋት ዘር ላብራቶሪ ባለሙያነት፣በምግብ ዋስትና ቅድሚያ ማስጠንቀቂያ ሰብል ልማት ባለሙያነት፣በብዕርና አገዳ ሰብል ኤክስፐርት ባለሙያነት፣ በጥራጥሬና ቅባት ሰብል ኤክስፐርትነት/ባለሙያነት፣በድህረ ምርት አያያዝና አጠቃቀም ባለሙያነት፣ በአፈር ኬሚስትነት፣በአፈር ምርመራ ላብራቶሪ ባለሙያነት/ኃላፊነት፣ በአፈር ለምነት ማሻሻያ ባለሙያነት፣ በአፈር ቅየሳ ባለሙያነት፣የተፋሰስ ጥበቃ ልማት ባለሙያ፣የአፈርና ውሀ ዕቀባ ባለሙያነት፣በመስኖ እርሻ ልማት ባለሙያነት፤በመስኖ እርሻ ልማት አግሮኖሚስትነት፤በመስኖ እርሻ ልማት አትክልትና ፍራፍሬ ባለሙያነት፤በውሃ ማሰባሰብ ባለሙያነት፤በመስኖ አውታር እንክብካቤ መሃንዲስነት፤ በመስኖ ቴክኖሎጅ አጠቃቀም መሃንዲስነት፤በመስኖ መሃንዲስነት፤ በሃይድሮሎጅስትነት፤ በአፈርና ውሃ ጥበቃ ባለሙያነት፤በመስኖ ሰብል ልማት ባለሙያነት፤በውሃ መሃንዲስነት፤በተፋሰስ ጥበቃና ልማት ባለሙያነት፤በውሃ አቀባ ባለሙያነት፤በመሬትና ውሃ አጠቃቀም ባለሙያነት፤በመስኖ ኦፕሬሽን ባለሙያነት፤ በአግሮኖሚስትነት፤በአትክልትና ፍራፍሬ ባለሙያነት፤በሰብል ልማት ባለሙያነት፤ በግብርና መሃንዲስነት የሠራ/ች፤የመጀመሪያ ዲግሪ 10 ዓመት አግባብ ያለው የሥራ ልምድ ያለው/ላት ፣

የመመዝገቢያ- ቦታ ግብርና ቢሮ ቁጥር 1
የመመዝገቢያ ቀን- ማስታወቂያው ከወጣበት ቀን አንስቶ ለሰባት ተከታታይ የሥራ ቀናት
የፈተና ቀን - ሐምሌ 04/2010 ዓ.ም ከጠዋቱ በ4፡00 ሰዓት ፤

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• ከተጠቀሰው የትምህርት ዝግጅትና የሥራ ልምድ በላይ ያለው መመዝገብ ይቻላል፡፡
• xmLµÓC lMZgÆ b¸qRbùbT gþz¤ yTMHRT yo‰ LMD ¥Sr©cWN êÂWN æè ÷pEWN YzW mQrB xlÆcW””
• በፈተና ወቅት ተወዳዳሪዎች ማንነታቸውን የሚገልጽ መታወቂያ ይዘው መቅረብ ይኖርባቸዋል፡፡
• አመልካቾች በዲስፒሊን ጉድለት ምክንያት ከሥራ የተሰናበቱ ከሆነ የቆይታ ጊዜያቸውን ማጠናቀቃቸውን እና ይህንኑ የሚገልጽ ማስረጃ ማቅረብ ይጠበቅባቸዋል፡፡
• ከላይ የተጠቀሰው እንደተጠበቀ ሆኖ በዲስፒሊን ጉደለት ምክንያት በደረጃ ዝቅታ የተቀጡ ሠራተኞች የቅጣት ጊዜያቸውን ሳያጠናቅቁ ከተቀጡበት የሥራ ደረጃ በላይ ተወዳድረው ሊቀጠሩ አይችሉም፡፡
• አመልካቾች ከሥራቸው ጋር በተያያዘ ሁኔታ የእምነት ማጉድል፣የስርቆት ወይም የማጭበርበር ወንጀል ፈፅመው ስልጣን ባለው ፍ/ቤት የተፈረደባቸው ከሆነ የመቀጠር መብታቸውን እንዲጠቀሙ ስልጣን ካለው ፍ/ቤት ወይም ውሣኔውን የሰጠው ፍ/ቤት የሰወነ መሆኑን
• አመልካቾች ለመመዝገብ ሲመጡ የሥራ ልምዱ የተጻፈበት ጊዜ ከ6 ወር መብለጥ የለበትም
• የአመልካቾች ቁጥር ብዛት ያለው ከሆነ ቢሮው የሚመቸውን የመምረጫ ዘዴ ይጠቀማል፡፡
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ተፈላጊ ችሎታ-----ሴክሬታሪያል ሳይንስና አቻ፣አድምኒስትሬቲቭ ሰርቪስ ማኔጅመንተና አቻ፣ኢንፎርሜሽን ሳይንስና አቻ፣አይሲቲና አቻ፣ዳታ ቤዝ ማኔጅመንትና አቻ፣ኮምፒዩተር ሳይንስና አቻ፣ሴክሬታሪያል ሣይንስ ኤንድ ኦፊስ ማኔጅመንትና አቻ የተመረቀ/ች/፣

አግባብነት ያለው የሥራ ልምድ፡-

ኤክስኪዩቲቭ ሴክሬታሪ፣ሴክሬታሪ፣የጽህፈትና ቢሮ አስተዳደር ባለሙያ፣ኮፒ ታይፒስት፣ረዳት የጽህፈትና ቢሮ አስተዳደር ባለሙያ፣ጽህፈትና ኮሙኒኬሽን ባለሙያ፣ረዳት ፀሐፊና ሠነድ ያዥ፣ረዳት የፅህፈትና ቢሮ አስተዳደር ባለሙያ፣ረዳት የጽህፈትና በሮ አስተዳደር ባለሙያና ሠነድ ያዥ፣የጽህፈትና ቢሮ አስተዳደር(ፀሐፊና)ገቢ ሰብሳቢ ባለሙያ፣የጽህፈትና ቢሮ አስተዳዳር ባለሙያና ንብረት ኦፊሠር፣ገንዘብ ያዥና የጽህፈትና ቢሮ አስተዳደር ባለሙያ፣የጽህፈትና ቢሮ አስተዳዳር ባለሙያና ገንዘብ ያዥ፣ታይፒስትና ትራንክስራይቨር፣የጽህፈት ቢሮ አስተዳደርና የሎጅስቲክስ ባለሙያ የፍትሃብሄር ችሎት ድጋፍ አገ/ባለሙያ፣የወንጀል ችሎት ድጋፍ አገ/የጽህፈት ባለሙያ፣ዳታ ኢንኮደር፣የጽሁፍ አርቃቂና የኮምፒዩተር ልዩ ረዳት፣ረቂት አንባቢና ፀሐፊ፣ጽህፈት መረጃና ስታትስቲክስ ባለሙያ፣ሬጅስትራር፣ቃለ ጉባኤና ዶክመንቴሽን፣ዳታ ቤዝ ኦኘሬት፣ጽህፈት አስተዳደርና ሎጅስቴክስ፣የኮሙኒኬሽን ባለሙያ፣በማንኛውም ደረጃ ሂደትና ስያሜ በፀሐፊነት የሰራ፣በምደባ ፀሐፊ፣ፍርድ ቤቶች ድምጽ ቀራጭነት፣በጤና መረጃ ቴክኒሻንነት፣ የሠራ/ች/፤የመጀመሪያ ዲግሪ 0 ዓመት የሥራ ልምድ፣

የመመዝገቢያ- ቦታ ግብርና ቢሮ ቁጥር 1

የመመዝገቢያ ቀን- ማስታወቂያው ከወጣበት ቀን አንስቶ ለሰባት ተከታታይ የሥራ ቀናት

የፈተና ቀን - በውስጥ ማስታወቂያ ይገለጻል፤

ማሳሰቢያ

  • ከተጠቀሰው የትምህርት ዝግጅትና የሥራ ልምድ በላይ ያለው መመዝገብ ይቻላል፡፡
  • በፈተና ወቅት ተወዳዳሪዎች ማንነታቸውን የሚገልጽ መታወቂያ ይዘው መቅረብ ይኖርባቸዋል፡፡
  • አመልካቾች በዲስፒሊን ጉድለት ምክንያት ከሥራ የተሰናበቱ ከሆነ የቆይታ ጊዜያቸውን ማጠናቀቃቸውን እና ይህንኑ የሚገልጽ ማስረጃ ማቅረብ ይጠበቅባቸዋል፡፡
  • ከላይ የተጠቀሰው እንደተጠበቀ ሆኖ በዲስፒሊን ጉደለት ምክንያት በደረጃ ዝቅታ የተቀጡ ሠራተኞች የቅጣት ጊዜያቸውን ሳያጠናቅቁ ከተቀጡበት የሥራ ደረጃ በላይ ተወዳድረው ሊቀጠሩ የማይችሉ መሆኑን፡፡
  • አመልካቾች ከሥራቸው ጋር በተያያዘ ሁኔታ የእምነት ማጉድል፣የስርቆት ወይም የማጭበርበር ወንጀል ፈፅመው ስልጣን ባለው ፍ/ቤት የተፈረደባቸው ከሆነ የመቀጠር መብታቸውን እንዲጠቀሙ ስልጣን ካለው ፍ/ቤት ወይም ውሣኔውን የሰጠው ፍ/ቤት የሰወነ መሆኑን

የአብክመ ግብርና ቢሮ ከዚህ በታች በተገለፀው የሥራ መደብ ላይ ሠራተኞችን በቅጥር ሥርዓት መሠረት አወዳድሮ ለመመደብ ይፈልጋል፡፡

የሥራ ሂደቱ መጠሪያ  የኘላንና ኘሮግራም ዳይሮክቶሬት

     የሥራ መደቡ መጠሪያ፡- የዕቅድ ዝግጅት ክ/ግ/ባለሙያ IV

     ደረጃ ፡-                XII  (ኘሣ- 8) 

     ደመወዝ፡-               6809

     የመ/መ/ቁጥር-     ……10/ባህ-099

     ብዛት                    1

     የሥራ ቦታ             ባህር ዳር

ተፈላጊ ችሎታ:-፣  ኢኮኖሚክስ፣ ማናጅመንት፣ ቢዝነስ ማናጅመንት፣ ስታትስቲክስና እንደተቋሙ የሥራ ባህሪ አንጻር  ተዛማጅ የሆኑ የትምህርት ዝግጅቶች የመጀመሪያ ዲግሪ 6 ዓመት አግባብ ያለው የሥራ ልምድ፣ የማስተርስ ዲግሪ 4 ዓመት አግባብ ያለው የሥራ ልምድ፤

አግባብነት ያለው የሥራ ልምድ

የእቅድ ዝግጅት ክትትል ግምገማ የስራ ሂደት መሪ /አስተባባሪ፣የሰው ሃይል ስራ አመራር ዋና/ደጋፊ የሥራ ሂደት መረ/አስተባባሪ፤ የመንግስት ተቋማት የለውጥ ፕሮግራሞች ማስፈጸሚያ ስራ ሂደት መሪ/አስተባባሪ፤ ሁለገብ አሰተዲደር ተግባራት ባለሙያ፤ሁለገብ ስራ አሰተዲደር የቀበሌ ስራአስኪያጆች ክትትል ባለሙያ፤ የዕቅዴ መረጃ ዝግጅትና ክትትል ግምገማ ኦፊሰር፣የዕቅድ አፈጻጸምና የስው ሃይል ልማትና መረጃ ባለሙያና የሂደት መሪ፤የፐሮግራሞችና የፕሮጀክቶች ዕቀድ ዝግጅት ግምገማ ኦፊሰር፤የስራአተ ጾታ ፖሊሲ ጉዲዮች ክተትል ኦፊሰር፤ዕቅድ ዝግጅት ክትትል ኦፊሰር፤የልማት ፕሮጀክት ኦፊሰር፤የግብርና ልማት መረጃ ዝግጅት ባለሙያ፤ የመረጃ ዝግጅት ባለሙያ፤ የሃብት ማፈላለግ/ማመንጨት ባለሙያ/፤ የፕሮጀክት ክትትልና ድጋፍ ኦፊሰር፤የብድርና ድጋፍ ክትትል ኦፊሰር፤ የበጀት ዝግጅትና ግምገማ ፈጻሚ፤ ፕላንና ፕሮግራም ኃላፊ/ ኤክስፐርት፤የልማት ፕሮጀከት ኦፊሰር፣የዕቅድ ዝግጅት ክትትልና ግምገማ ኦፊሰርና ሂደት መሪ፣ የፕሮግራም ዝግጅትና ክትትል ግምገማ የፕላንና ስልጠና ኃላፊ/ኤክስፐርት፤ የፕላንና ኢንፎርሜሽን አገልግሎት ኃላፊ/ባለሙያ በመረጃ ጥንቅር ባለሙያነት፤ በኢኮኖሚስትነት፤ በሶሺዮሎጅሰትነት፤ በመረጃ ሰብሳቢና ትንተና ኤክስፐርት፤የዕቅድ ዝግጅትና ትንተና ባለሙያ፤የፋይናንስ አገልግሎት ኃላፊ፤ የግብርና ልማት መረጃ ዝግጅት ባለሙያ፣ የሂሳብና በጀት ኃላፊ፤አስተዲደርና ፋይናንስ ኃላፊ፤ የሲቪል ስረቪስ ኤክስፐርት፤ የሲቭል ስርቪስ ሪፎርም ኤክስፐርት፤ በእርሰ መምህርነት፤ በም/እርእሰ መምህርነት፤በተፈጥሮ ሶሺዮ ኢኮኖሚ  ባለሙያነት፤ በማከል አስተባባሪነት፤ በዳታ ቤዝ መረጃ ጥንቅርና ትንተና ባለሙያነት፤ የፕሮግራሞችና ፕሮጀክቶች ድጋፍና ክትትል ባለሙያ(በቀበሌ መሬት አስተዲደር ባለሙያ የተገኘ የስራ ልምድ የአካባቢ ጥበቃ መሬት አስተዳደርና አጠቃቀም መ/ቤት የዕቅድ ዝግጅት፣ክትትልና ግምገማ ደጋፊ የስራ ሂደት መሪ/አስተባባሪ /ባለሙያ የሥራ መደቦች ብቻ)፤የልማት ፕሮጅክት አስተባባሪ፤በሱፐር ቫይዘርነት፤በቀበሌ ስራ አስኪያጅ፤በጥናትና ፕሮጀክት ዝግጅት ክትትል የሠራ/ች

  የመመዝገቢያ- ቦታ ግብርና ቢሮ ቁጥር 1

የመመዝገቢያ ቀን- ማስታወቂያው ከወጣበት ቀን አንስቶ ለሰባት ተከታታይ የሥራ ቀናት

የፈተና ቀን - በውስጥ ማስታወቂያ ይገለጻል፤

ማሳሰቢያ

  • ከተጠቀሰው የትምህርት ዝግጅትና የሥራ ልምድ በላይ ያለው መመዝገብ ይቻላል፡፡
  • በፈተና ወቅት ተወዳዳሪዎች ማንነታቸውን የሚገልጽ መታወቂያ ይዘው መቅረብ ይኖርባቸዋል፡፡
  • አመልካቾች በዲስፒሊን ጉድለት ምክንያት ከሥራ የተሰናበቱ ከሆነ የቆይታ ጊዜያቸውን ማጠናቀቃቸውን እና ይህንኑ የሚገልጽ ማስረጃ ማቅረብ ይጠበቅባቸዋል፡፡
  • ከላይ የተጠቀሰው እንደተጠበቀ ሆኖ በዲስፒሊን ጉደለት ምክንያት በደረጃ ዝቅታ የተቀጡ ሠራተኞች የቅጣት ጊዜያቸውን ሳያጠናቅቁ ከተቀጡበት የሥራ ደረጃ በላይ ተወዳድረው ሊቀጠሩ የማይችሉ መሆኑን፡፡
  • አመልካቾች ከሥራቸው ጋር በተያያዘ ሁኔታ የእምነት ማጉድል፣የስርቆት ወይም የማጭበርበር ወንጀል ፈፅመው ስልጣን ባለው ፍ/ቤት የተፈረደባቸው ከሆነ የመቀጠር መብታቸውን እንዲጠቀሙ ስልጣን ካለው ፍ/ቤት ወይም ውሣኔውን የሰጠው ፍ/ቤት የተሰወነ መሆኑን ፣     

 

 

 

የአብክመ ግብርና ቢሮ  ከዚህ በታች በተገለፀው የሥራ መደብ ላይ ሠራተኞችን በቋሚ ቅጥር ሥርዓት መሠረት አወዳድሮ ለመመደብ ይፈልጋል፡፡

የሥራ ሂደቱ መጠሪያ- ለተለያዩ ዳይሬክቶሬቶች

የሥራ መደቡ መጠሪያ- ሴክሬታሪ II

የመ/መ/ቁጥር ...10/ባህ-121፣10/ባህ-98፣10/ባህ-114፣፣10/ባህ-009፣10/ባህ-140፣ 10/ባህ-153

ደረጃ - መኘ-8   በአዲሱ (VIII)

ደመወዝ- 2872

ብዛት-    7

የሥራ ቦታ - ባህር ዳር

ተፈላጊ ችሎታ-----ሴክሬታሪያል ሳይንስና አቻ፣አድምኒስትሬቲቭ ሰርቪስ ማኔጅመንተና አቻ፣ኢንፎርሜሽን ሳይንስና አቻ፣አይሲቲና አቻ፣ዳታ ቤዝ ማኔጅመንትና አቻ፣ኮምፒዩተር ሳይንስና አቻ፣ሴክሬታሪያል ሣይንስ ኤንድ ኦፊስ ማኔጅመንትና አቻ የተመረቀ/ች/፣

አግባብነት ያለው የሥራ ልምድ፡-

ኤክስኪዩቲቭ ሴክሬታሪ፣ሴክሬታሪ፣የጽህፈትና ቢሮ አስተዳደር ባለሙያ፣ኮፒ ታይፒስት፣ረዳት የጽህፈትና ቢሮ አስተዳደር ባለሙያ፣ጽህፈትና ኮሙኒኬሽን ባለሙያ፣ረዳት ፀሐፊና ሠነድ ያዥ፣ረዳት የፅህፈትና ቢሮ አስተዳደር ባለሙያ፣ረዳት የጽህፈትና በሮ አስተዳደር ባለሙያና ሠነድ ያዥ፣የጽህፈትና ቢሮ አስተዳደር(ፀሐፊና)ገቢ ሰብሳቢ ባለሙያ፣የጽህፈትና ቢሮ አስተዳዳር ባለሙያና ንብረት ኦፊሠር፣ገንዘብ ያዥና የጽህፈትና ቢሮ አስተዳደር ባለሙያ፣የጽህፈትና ቢሮ አስተዳዳር ባለሙያና ገንዘብ ያዥ፣ታይፒስትና ትራንክስራይቨር፣የጽህፈት ቢሮ አስተዳደርና የሎጅስቲክስ ባለሙያ የፍትሃብሄር ችሎት ድጋፍ አገ/ባለሙያ፣የወንጀል ችሎት ድጋፍ አገ/የጽህፈት ባለሙያ፣ዳታ ኢንኮደር፣የጽሁፍ አርቃቂና የኮምፒዩተር ልዩ ረዳት፣ረቂት አንባቢና ፀሐፊ፣ጽህፈት መረጃና ስታትስቲክስ ባለሙያ፣ሬጅስትራር፣ቃለ ጉባኤና ዶክመንቴሽን፣ዳታ ቤዝ ኦኘሬት፣ጽህፈት አስተዳደርና ሎጅስቴክስ፣የኮሙኒኬሽን ባለሙያ፣በማንኛውም ደረጃ ሂደትና ስያሜ በፀሐፊነት የሰራ፣በምደባ ፀሐፊ፣ፍርድ ቤቶች ድምጽ ቀራጭነት፣በጤና መረጃ ቴክኒሻንነት፣በጤና አይ.ሲ.ቲ መረጃ ባለሙያ ለጤና ጥበቃ ተቋማት ፣ በኮሚኒኬሽን ቢሮ አስተዳደር ባለሙያ ወይም ፈጻሚ / በፍርድ ቤቶች በወንጀል ወይም በፍትሐብሄር የችሎት ቴክኒክ ድጋፍ ባለሙያነት፣ የፍትሐብሔር ችሎት ድጋፍ አገልግሎት የጽህፈት ባለሙያ፣ የወንጀል ችሎት ድጋፍ አገልግሎት የጽፉት ባለሙያ፣ የሰብር ችሎት ድጋፍ አገልግሎት የጽህፈትና ባለሙያ፣ የንብረት ቤተ መጽሀፍትና ጸሃፊ ባለሙያ፣ ጽህፈትና ዳታ ኢንኮደር፣ ፀሀፊና ዳታ ኢንኩደር፣ ጽህፈትና ዳታ ቤዝ ባለሙያ ብቻ  የሠራ/ች/፤ዲኘሎማ ወይም የቴክኒክ ሙያ በደረጃ 3 የማያረጋገጫ /10+3 / 2 የስራ ልምድ የመጀመሪያ ዲግሪ 0 ዓመት የሥራ ልምድ ያለው/ት፣

የመመዝገቢያ- ቦታ ግብርና ቢሮ ቁጥር 1

የመመዝገቢያ ቀን- ማስታወቂያው ከወጣበት ቀን አንስቶ ለሰባት ተከታታይ የሥራ ቀናት

የፈተና ቀን - በውስጥ ማስታወቂያ ይገለጻል፤

       ማሳሰቢያ

  • ከተጠቀሰው የትምህርት ዝግጅትና የሥራ ልምድ በላይ ያለው መመዝገብ ይቻላል
  • በፈተና ወቅት ተወዳዳሪዎች ማንነታቸውን የሚገልጽ መታወቂያ ይዘው መቅረብ ይኖርባቸዋል፡፡
  • አመልካቾች በዲስፒሊን ጉድለት ምክንያት ከሥራ የተሰናበቱ ከሆነ የቆይታ ጊዜያቸውን ማጠናቀቃቸውን እና ይህንኑ የሚገልጽ ማስረጃ ማቅረብ ይጠበቅባቸዋል፡፡
  • ከላይ የተጠቀሰው እንደተጠበቀ ሆኖ በዲስፒሊን ጉደለት ምክንያት በደረጃ ዝቅታ የተቀጡ ሠራተኞች የቅጣት ጊዜያቸውን ሳያጠናቅቁ ከተቀጡበት የሥራ ደረጃ በላይ ተወዳድረው ሊቀጠሩ የማይችሉ መሆኑን፡፡
  • አመልካቾች ከሥራቸው ጋር በተያያዘ ሁኔታ የእምነት ማጉድል፣የስርቆት ወይም የማጭበርበር ወንጀል ፈፅመው ስልጣን ባለው ፍ/ቤት የተፈረደባቸው ከሆነ የመቀጠር መብታቸውን እንዲጠቀሙ ስልጣን ካለው ፍ/ቤት ወይም ውሣኔውን የሰጠው ፍ/ቤት የሰወነ መሆኑን
  • ተመዝጋቢው ብዛት ካለው ቢሮው የራሱን የመምረጫ መስፈርት ይጠቀማል