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Work Location : Ethiopia - Addis Ababa Type of Post : Accompanied - Family
Other Possible Location : Funding : THIS POSITION IS PENDING DONOR APPROVAL
Expected Travel : up to 40% Type of Contract :
Language Requirement : ENGLISH Application Deadline : 4/11/20
Employee Duration :
CARE seeks a Deputy Chief of Party for an anticipated five-year, USAID/Food for Peace (FFP) Development Food Security Activity in Ethiopia. This position is expected to be based in Addis Ababa.
International relocation and allowances are for this position, and this position is subject to project award and funding.
The Deputy Chief of Party (DCOP) will partner closely with the Chief of Party to guarantee quality, efficiency, integrity, and learning throughout project duration. S/he will provide strategic oversight and technical guidance to, and resolve challenges in implementation of, cross-sectoral activities reflective of the program’s theory of change, logical framework, monitoring and evaluation, and relevant work plans.
In addition to promoting quality, the DCOP will encourage efficiency in program delivery. This involves continually monitoring program tasks and activities against goals; minimizing duplication of personnel activities; and defining and using standard operating procedures.
The DCOP is also expected to promote learning and innovation. This includes adapting tools and systems; promoting data-driven, evidence-based actions; expanding successful activities’ breadth and depth; building capacity to work in new ways; and communicating best practices to relevant parties.
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