Oxford Policy Management Limited (OPM) is a world-leading international policy development and management consultancies. We enable strategic decision-makers in the public and private sector to identify and implement sustainable solutions for reducing social and economic disadvantage in low and middle-income countries.
We have an exciting opportunity for someone who wishes to build a good career in international development. We are looking for a dynamic and capable Programme Officer, to join our team in Addis Ababa on a for a full-time basis, from October.
About the programme
About the role
Key responsibilities will include:
Requirements to succeed in this role
- Education to degree level, preferably in social science or allied discipline
- Previous experience working in a development organisation and/or government department working on humanitarian or development programmes
- Strong organisational skills with a problem-solving attitude
- Demonstrated experience in project administration and programme coordination
- Strong computer skills (especially MS Excel and MS Word) and an ability to use or develop project management and tracking tools
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills in English and Amharic
- Ability to take initiatives and work without independently
- Attention to details, self-confident and good collaboration skills are important in this role
- Demonstrate a flexible ‘can-do’ approach to work, willingly flexing between higher and lower-level tasks, as required
How to Apply
Candidates should apply by submitting a cover letter and a CV by Wednesday 18 September 2019 with the link below
Your cover letter should outline your motivation for applying, how you meet the required competencies, and how your previous work and education experience will enable you to succeed in the role. Only successful applicants will be contacted.
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