Plan International Ethiopia Vacancies 2024

Full Time
  • Full Time
  • Tigray

Plan International Ethiopia Vacancies 2024

The Organisation

Plan International is an independent development and humanitarian group that promotes children’s rights and gender equality for females. We believe in each child’s abilities and potential. However, this is often undermined by poverty, violence, marginalisation, and prejudice. And girls are the most impacted. Working with children, young people, supporters, and partners, we seek for a fair world by addressing the core causes of the issues that girls and all vulnerable children face. We promote children’s rights from infancy to adulthood. And we help youngsters prepare for and react to crises and hardship. Our reach, expertise, and understanding enable us to influence improvements in practice and policy at the local, national, and global levels. For over 85 years, we have been developing strong relationships for children and are currently present in over 80 countries.

The Opportunity:

The role holder will be responsible for serving as Plan International Ethiopia’s first point of contact, providing front desk reception, administrative services, air ticket service, visitor assistance, and admin petty cash for the organisation. Has a tight internal working connection with all programmes and departments for procurement-related tasks, including requesting and approving purchase requisitions in SAP and delivering fleet services.

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Protecting Children and Young People (Safeguarding) and Gender Equality and Inclusion (GEI

Understand and put into effect the duties outlined in Plan International’s Safeguarding and GEI policies, as well as the Code of Conduct.
Ensure that Plan International’s worldwide policies on safeguarding children and young people, as well as gender equality and inclusion, are properly integrated into day-to-day operations.
guarantee that Plan Ethiopia participates to Plan International’s worldwide efforts to guarantee protection and GEI, including the submission of necessary reports and data.
Job Requirements

The individual:

  • Technical experience, abilities, and knowledge.
  • Qualifications and Experience Requirements

Qualifications/Experience Required:

Bachelor’s degree in logistics management, purchasing/supply management, supply chain management, or a similar discipline.
3-5 years of relevant professional experience in an INGO context, including procurement of both emergency and development programmes
Requirements include strong analytical and problem-solving skills, good relationship-building, and knowledge of key regulations and frameworks.
In-depth understanding of project processes, procedures, and systems

Qualifications/Experience Desirable:

  • Experience in a UN or NGO context including procurement activities
  • Experience in emergency procurement is desirable.
  • Requirements include supervisory experience, ERP knowledge, a pharmacy background, and language skills.
  • Fluency in the English language is necessary.
  • Knowledge of the native languages is desirable.

Plan International Values in Practice

  • We’re transparent and responsible.

We foster a culture of trust both inside and beyond the organisation by being open, honest, and transparent. We hold ourselves and others accountable for our actions and their consequences, while carrying out our promises.

We aspire for a lasting impression.

We aspire to have a major and long-term influence on the lives of children and young people, as well as to ensure gender equality. We push ourselves to be brave, fearless, responsive, focused, and inventive.

We work well together.

We succeed by efficiently collaborating with others, both within and outside the organisation, including our sponsors and contributors. We actively encourage our colleagues, assisting them in achieving their objectives. We collaborate to develop and execute solutions in our teams, across Plan International, with children, girls, young people, communities, and partners.

We are inclusive and uplifting.

In our programmes and at work, we respect everyone, value diversity, and oppose inequity. We help children, girls, and young people build their confidence and transform their own life. We encourage our employees to give their all and realise their potential.

How To Apply

The deadline for the application is April 1, 2024. Qualified individuals should submit their applications using the links given below.

For Internal Applicants:
For foreign applicants:
This post is exclusively accessible to Ethiopian nationals who are legally allowed to live and work in Ethiopia.

Please take notice of this:

  • Only the shortlisted applicants will be contacted.
  • We do not accept CVs that are not received via the channels provided.
  • Early submissions are preferred since we will examine them during the advertising time and retain the right to close the ad early.
  • Female applicants are strongly encouraged to apply.
  • More information about Plan International may be found at

References will be obtained, and background and anti-terrorism checks will be performed in accordance with the Plans Child Protection Policy. Plan has an equal opportunity policy and actively promotes diversity, accepting applications from anybody with the necessary skills and experience.

Plan International, an international child-centered community development group, is totally devoted to advancing the realisation of children’s rights, especially the right to be protected from violence and abuse. That implies we have special duties to the children we come into touch with.

Plan International believes that in a world where children face so many risks, it is our responsibility as an organisation to do all we can to keep them safe. We must not contribute in any manner to injuring or endangering children.

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