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Human Resources Full-time Job

10 months ago Human Resources Addis Ababa   323 views
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Ethiopian Red Cross Society(ERCS)

1.Job title...Deputy Secretary-General Resource Development and mobilization

 1.1.Reporting to...Secretary general 

 1.2.Terms employment...Permanent after probationary period 

 1.3.Place of work...Addis Ababa



Job summary

 Under the general direction guidance of the secretary general, the deputy secretary general for resource development and

mobilization plans organized coordinate and control business development and marketing, health, and pharmaceuticals

center of capacity development and expansion initiative, process & task of the society

-Qualification Requerment...Second degree in Business managment buisness adminstration econoices markting devleopment 

 studies and 10 year work out of which 4/5 on senior mangerial postion 

-Functional Competence...Applies rigorous crtical reason to key issue to make smart destion reflecting good jodment 

 busoness skill problem solving & decision making relasionship mangemnt high level buisness mangemnt 

-Job Knoledge...As an advisor to SG on resion mobilaztion related commincation aspcet ensure that all relevant 

 mobilaztion activites are identifiy developed, coordinate and immpelment in most efficnet and effictive mannner in

 line wtih result base approch 

-Ensure full aligamnet of resourece mobilaztion activities with priortiy of the national socatiy 

-Innovative and taking initiative...Encourage out side the box thinking and innovative ideas,identifay and drive 

 continuous improvment intiatives that creat value,abilty to develop and adapt innovative approaches 

Ethiopian Red Cross Society(ERCS)

-Ras Desta Dametew Avenue Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, recruitment@redcrosseth.org

Company Description
The Ethiopian Red Cross Society (ERCS) was established by government decree on 8 July 1935 in the aftermath of the second Italian aggression over Ethiopia. ERCS began by providing humanitarian services to wounded soldiers and civilian victims. That same year on the 25 September 1935, ERCS was officially recognized as the 48th member of the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies.