Project Coordinator For Collective Action On Climate Change Project

Job Description

Aynage Child and Family Development Organization (ACFDO) is a community based, not for profit, non-religious and discrimination free indigenous humanitarian organization that exists to help the Deprived, Excluded and Vulnerable Children become productive, confident and responsible citizens, parents and leaders of tomorrow. Located at the capital of Silti Woreda of Silte Zone in SNNPR, ACFDO, established in 1999 GC, has been implementing various Development programs and projects. Currently it is implementing Early Childhood care and Development, Basic Education and Youth Development Programs and collective action on climate change project (Grant) in partnership with ChildFund Ethiopia.

Therefore, we would like to invite interested and qualified applicants for the following posts.Job Description:

Be responsible for the overall Coordination and implementation of Collective action on climate change in Silti Woreda & Kibet Town.
Ensure project implementation as per agreed policies, procedures and in compliance with LoA, MoU and other contractual agreements made with donors as well as with concerned government offices.
Be responsible for the overall coordination of Collective action on climate change project implementation, project resource management and provide technical support to concerned project staff on designing practical strategies for practicing climate resilience and climate mitigation decisions and actions.
Scale up COMMUNITY-LED child-focused climate resilience best-practices locally and nationally relating local-level actions to SDG 13 and Paris Agreement.
Regularly monitor the activities at office and field level and ensure timely implementation.
Prepare and submit Annual Operational plan and Annual, Quarter, monthly report as per the agreement for both donor and government signatory offices

Typical Responsibilities:

Project design, implementation, and reporting
Provide leadership into the project planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation; assess the outputs, outcomes, and impact of Collective action on climate change Project.
Oversee the overall process of project implementation.
Coordinate the overall Collective action on climate change project in the operational area by supervising the community mobilizer.
Under the Manger leadership contribute to the development of concept notes and proposals.
Ensure effective and efficient management of resources, including project budgets, monitoring expenditures, and implementing cost control measures.
Ensure M&E and learning in close collaboration with another employee.
 Ensure quality, timely reporting and documenting best practice of the project to donor and respective government sectors- as needed.
Perform other duties as may be assigned by the supervisor.
Policy engagement and networking
Establish and maintain good relationship with relevant partners, including government agencies, employers’ and workers’ organizations, NGOs, and others active in the field of collective action on climate change project and fundamental principles and rights at work.
Commit to understand and implement the child safeguarding policy/procedure and code of conduct of the organization.

 Makes follow up and proper documentation of plans, reports, success stories

Place of work: Silti Woreda & Kibet Town.

Main office: Kibet

Required: one

Term of employment: One year contact with possible extension based on performance and Budget availability

Job Requirements


Educational Qualification:

Minimum of BA /preferably master’s degree in Environmental science, Rural Development, Natural resource management, Forestry, DRR/M , Development studies or other related field,
Experience: 6 years for BA degree and 4 years for MA degree holder’s experience in coordination and project management, related to Climate change, Environment protection, Natural resource management and DRR/M in International or local non-government organizations.


Knowledge of the designed project activities indicators and priorities.
Ability to complete assignments in accordance with the project guideline, plan and directions.
Ability to interpret project information and to identify and analyze problems with implementation.
Ability to provide technical advice to first order in the field of the project.
Ability to integrate gender issues in programme and research.
Good interpersonal and communication skills.
Ability to work under pressure and to meet strict deadlines.
The ability to work in a multicultural environment and gender-sensitive behavior and attitudes are also required.
Ability to work independently with minimum supervision.
Ability to deal with people with tact and diplomacy.


 Fluent in speaking and writing English language; working local language is also advantages.
Computer proficiency in Microsoft office (i.e., Word, Power Point, Excel,).
Motor Bick driving License is preferable

Candidates who meet the above qualifications can apply in person to ACFDO’s main office Kibet town or can send your up dated CV and application letter through CC to  email within 07 working days from the date of Advertisement
Contact phone numbers: 0468820140, 0468820034

Female candidates are highly encouraged to apply!

Only short-listed applicants will be contacted

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