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Programme Coordinator (Ethiopia)

Programme Coordinator

Location: Terecha Town, Dawuro Zone, SNNPR

Fixed Term Contract (maximum of 3 years)

Full time (40 hours per week)

Salary: as per organization scale

Send a Cow is a growing and dynamic international development charity providing ongoing support to stallholder farmers in Ethiopia. We give poor families and communities the hope and the means to secure their own futures from the land, in line with our vision of confident, thriving and sustainable rural Ethiopia.

We are recruiting a competent and qualified Programme Coordinator for our project at Tarcha town, Dawuro Zone, SNNP region. For this position we will consider applicants who have an MSc or BSc in Agricultural economics, Development studies, Rural Development, Agricultural Extension or related fields from recognized University. The ideal applicant will also have significant experience in community-based development with project planning, budgeting and managing (5 years experience for MSc and 7 years for BSc).

Does this sound like you? If so, we would love to hear from you. To apply, please complete the application below and send it in in a Microsoft word or PDF document to hrethiopia@sendacow.org The deadline for applications is 5pm (Ethiopia time) on 24th September. Applications received after the deadline will not be considered.

Please note that we do not accept CVs or any other supporting documents. Applicants who send CVs and supporting documents will not be shortlisted.

Please send your completed applications to hrethiopia@sendacow.org by 5pm on 24th September.

At Send a Cow, we are committed to the safeguarding and protection of children and vulnerable adults in our work. We expect all of our employees and volunteers to sign up to our Safeguarding Policy.

Send a Cow is committed to equality, diversity, and inclusion. We are an organisation that is working towards a world where people with disabilities have the same opportunities to fulfil their life ambitions as non-disabled people