• Addis Ababa
    MODETH Outsource PLC
    Responsibilities Develop, implement, maintains, and review payroll processing systems to ensure timely and accurate processing of payroll transactions, including salaries, benefits, taxes, and other deductions Calculate payable hours, commissions, bonuses, overtime, and all deductionsEnsures accurate and timely processing of payroll updates from the human resourcedepartment, including new hires, promotions, changes to pay rates, and terminations  Reconcile payroll and all taxes to the general ledger and journal entries  Process timely and accurate tax payments and filings with ERCA  Ensure VAT, Withholding, payroll income tax, cost-sharing, and pension are reported timely and paid by E-taxing Functionally lookout, execute and plan improvements of procedure concerning payroll and other taxes to enhance, and promote effectiveness, efficiency, and precision  Plan tax in anticipation of future filings Maintain accurate records and prepare reports  Ensuring records and processes comply with company policies and legal regulations and  amending procedures when required  Provide information and answer employee questions about payroll-related matters Performs other duties as assigned
    Addis Ababa MODETH Outsource PLC Responsibilities Develop, implement, maintains, and review payroll processing systems to ensure timely and accurate processing of payroll transactions, including salaries, benefits, taxes, and other deductions Calculate payable hours, commissions, bonuses, overtime, and all deductionsEnsures accurate and timely processing of payroll updates from the human resourcedepartment, including new hires, promotions, changes to pay rates, and terminations  Reconcile payroll and all taxes to the general ledger and journal entries  Process timely and accurate tax payments and filings with ERCA  Ensure VAT, Withholding, payroll income tax, cost-sharing, and pension are reported timely and paid by E-taxing Functionally lookout, execute and plan improvements of procedure concerning payroll and other taxes to enhance, and promote effectiveness, efficiency, and precision  Plan tax in anticipation of future filings Maintain accurate records and prepare reports  Ensuring records and processes comply with company policies and legal regulations and  amending procedures when required  Provide information and answer employee questions about payroll-related matters Performs other duties as assigned
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    Responsibilities Develop, implement, maintains, and review payroll processing systems to ensure timely and accurate processing of payroll transactions, including salaries, benefits, taxes, and other deductions Calculate payable hours, commissions, bonuses, overtime, and all deductionsEnsures accur

  • Gondar, Shire, Semera
    Medical Teams International
    SCOPE OF WORK:  Expectations of the consultant are outlined broadly in this agreement. This role with Medical Teams is a dynamic one and undertaken in a resource-challenged setting, thus this position requires flexibility. The broad outline of activities offered below recognizes that details may change in order to address needs identified in the field. Activities enumerated below are to be undertaken in North Gondar (Amhara) region and North western Tigray regions of Ethiopia, in October 2022, with possibility of extension. The consultant will report directly to Medical Teams Ethiopia MEAL Manager, who will provide survey specific guidance. The consultant will serve in the role of Survey Consultant for a total of 20 days. The consultant will be flexible, able to manage time; and be prepared to tackle other tasks commensurate with role, and level of experience, on short notice. BACKGROUND: Medical Teams International was registered in Ethiopia with the Agency for Civil Society Organizations (ASCO) on 1st June 2021, as a Foreign Organization, registry number 5635 and in accordance with the Civil Society Organization Proclamation No. 1113/2019.  MTI focuses on rebuilding and supporting the local health structure in Ethiopia which has been damaged and degraded in the course of the conflict. In June of 2021 MTI began providing technical and managerial support to the Regional Health Bureau (RHB) primary health care centres in the Northwest zone of Tigray through the health system strengthening (HSS) approach with funding from WHO and MTI internal funds. In HSS MTI provides health facility rehabilitation, staff training, provision of patient cards/forms/medical records, provision of critical stock out medications and supplies, and financial support for critical facility operations. Through funding from PRM, MTI has been providing comprehensive primary health care for refugee partnering with DRC and FH. This project will target the Eritrean refugees located in Adi Harush and Mai Ayni refugee camps in Tigray region and in Alemwach refugee site in Amhara region.  The project will target 56,366 direct beneficiaries (42,212 refugee; 14,154 IDPs and host communities), and 93,303 indirect beneficiaries. PURPOSE: Medical Teams is conducting a KPC survey to establish a baseline for community well-being; prevalence of communicable and non-communicable diseases; vaccine coverage; maternal and child health knowledge and health seeking behaviors; uptake of and attitude towards family planning; infant and young child feeding practices including exclusive breastfeeding; knowledge of key hygiene practices to prevent communicable diseases. OBJECTIVES: To determine prevalence of diarrhea and ARI among children under 2.To determine non-communicable disease prevalenceTo estimate coverage of vaccination among children 12-23 monthsTo establish a baseline of knowledge of antenatal/postnatal/newborn danger signs, family planning, infant and young child feeding practices, hygiene practices, mental health, and non-communicable disease prevention.To establish a baseline on attitudes on:Family planningMental healthIntimate partner violenceTo establish a baseline of practice among respondents for:Health seeking behaviour of caregivers of children under 5Quality of care in health facilities for children under 5To estimate health seeking behaviour of women for family planning and SGBV services METHODOLOGY & TOOLS Sampling frame will be developed by the consultant based on the household numbers and community information. Enumerators will be recruited locally and will work in pairs with a health extension worker acting as translator. Data entry will be digital, using phone-based Kobo Collect forms which are uploaded daily. Data checking and cleaning will be carried out in parallel with collection. SPECIFIC ACTIVITIESSurvey PlanningAdvise on minimum requirements for enumerators to be recruited for the survey.Adhere to the survey timeframe and coordinate with field teams on recruitment and logistics plans including household list collection and communication with the communities.Develop and share materials for enumerator and supervisor training in time for review before field deployment. TrainingConduct enumerators’ training including field practice (pre-test) and competency review.Share test results with Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning (MEAL) Manager before implementing the survey.Data CollectionGuide team to select respondents according to the sampling methodology.Ensure quality of data through close supervision during data collection. Supervise and support data cleaning. Follow up to ensure identified anomalies are addressed. DELIVERABLES:Selected Refugee site mapping document for the data collection, with final check by MEAL Manager.Enumerator training presentation detailing operational definition of terms, special cases and standardized data collection procedures.Raw data set in Excel with the agreed upon number of completed interviews per the sampling methodology.CONSULTANT RESPONSIBILITIES:reasonable means public transport, second-class travel and taxis only if no other options or if late at night). Provide their own medical insurance and obtain the necessary vaccinations before the start of the consultancy (not reimbursable by Medical Teams).  To arrange in-country accommodation (costs reimbursed by Medical Teams up to $50/night) To advance payment of business expenses (costs reimbursed by Medical Teams with receipts)The consultant/s shall be responsible for his/her income tax and/or insurance during the assignment.  Comply with Medical Teams Ethiopia security plan and recommendations on dress and behavior.  Comply with Medical Teams’ PSEA, Code of Conduct, Conflict of Interest, and Child Protection policies.Provide laptop, software, or any other relevant equipment for personal use and report writing (not chargeable to or reimbursable by Medical Teams).  Fulfil the above deliverables as listed within the timeframe statedMEDICAL TEAMS’ RESPONSIBILITIESDevelop and finalize survey instrument in Kobo.Definition of sampling methodology and sample size.Arrangement of travel to and from North Gondar and, to and from the different survey locations, and booking payment of accommodation while the consultant is in transit if required.Facilitate transport within Ethiopia.Arrange and cover the costs of in-country work authorizations.Provide food and accommodation in Ethiopia.Provide translators for consultant as needed.Provide staff for data collection.Provide working facilities which will be as secure as is practical in the circumstances. Working facilities in some locations will be very basic.Reimburse reasonable expenses with valid receipts.INVOICING The Consultant may invoice for the full rate for any day in which s/he works 8 or more hours but can earn no more than the daily rate for a given calendar day. Medical Teams does not provide overtime or compensatory time to consultants. Medical Teams cannot compensate consultants for leave of any kind. Compensation for less than 8-hours of work on a given day may be billed in two-hour (quarter of the day) increments. For consultancies of limited duration (e.g., one month or less) the daily rate can be paid for unlimited consecutive days of work, including weekends. Consecutive days in excess of five (the standard work week) may be paid occasionally as the exception during longer-term consultancies, when weekend work is required. Generally, long-term consultants are expected to take regular days off and should offset weekend work days with time off during subsequent weekdays.Time spent in direct air transit to or from the field may be compensated as follows, considering “door–to-door” (home to field lodging or office) travel time:  8–24 hours: Paid for 1 day24–48 hours: Paid for 2 days 48–72 hours: Paid for 3 daysExtra time spent enroute (e.g., holiday, voluntary or extended layovers, including the optional day-long layover en-route for itineraries of 8 hours or more) cannot be billed.
    Gondar, Shire, Semera Medical Teams International SCOPE OF WORK:  Expectations of the consultant are outlined broadly in this agreement. This role with Medical Teams is a dynamic one and undertaken in a resource-challenged setting, thus this position requires flexibility. The broad outline of activities offered below recognizes that details may change in order to address needs identified in the field. Activities enumerated below are to be undertaken in North Gondar (Amhara) region and North western Tigray regions of Ethiopia, in October 2022, with possibility of extension. The consultant will report directly to Medical Teams Ethiopia MEAL Manager, who will provide survey specific guidance. The consultant will serve in the role of Survey Consultant for a total of 20 days. The consultant will be flexible, able to manage time; and be prepared to tackle other tasks commensurate with role, and level of experience, on short notice. BACKGROUND: Medical Teams International was registered in Ethiopia with the Agency for Civil Society Organizations (ASCO) on 1st June 2021, as a Foreign Organization, registry number 5635 and in accordance with the Civil Society Organization Proclamation No. 1113/2019.  MTI focuses on rebuilding and supporting the local health structure in Ethiopia which has been damaged and degraded in the course of the conflict. In June of 2021 MTI began providing technical and managerial support to the Regional Health Bureau (RHB) primary health care centres in the Northwest zone of Tigray through the health system strengthening (HSS) approach with funding from WHO and MTI internal funds. In HSS MTI provides health facility rehabilitation, staff training, provision of patient cards/forms/medical records, provision of critical stock out medications and supplies, and financial support for critical facility operations. Through funding from PRM, MTI has been providing comprehensive primary health care for refugee partnering with DRC and FH. This project will target the Eritrean refugees located in Adi Harush and Mai Ayni refugee camps in Tigray region and in Alemwach refugee site in Amhara region.  The project will target 56,366 direct beneficiaries (42,212 refugee; 14,154 IDPs and host communities), and 93,303 indirect beneficiaries. PURPOSE: Medical Teams is conducting a KPC survey to establish a baseline for community well-being; prevalence of communicable and non-communicable diseases; vaccine coverage; maternal and child health knowledge and health seeking behaviors; uptake of and attitude towards family planning; infant and young child feeding practices including exclusive breastfeeding; knowledge of key hygiene practices to prevent communicable diseases. OBJECTIVES: To determine prevalence of diarrhea and ARI among children under 2.To determine non-communicable disease prevalenceTo estimate coverage of vaccination among children 12-23 monthsTo establish a baseline of knowledge of antenatal/postnatal/newborn danger signs, family planning, infant and young child feeding practices, hygiene practices, mental health, and non-communicable disease prevention.To establish a baseline on attitudes on:Family planningMental healthIntimate partner violenceTo establish a baseline of practice among respondents for:Health seeking behaviour of caregivers of children under 5Quality of care in health facilities for children under 5To estimate health seeking behaviour of women for family planning and SGBV services METHODOLOGY & TOOLS Sampling frame will be developed by the consultant based on the household numbers and community information. Enumerators will be recruited locally and will work in pairs with a health extension worker acting as translator. Data entry will be digital, using phone-based Kobo Collect forms which are uploaded daily. Data checking and cleaning will be carried out in parallel with collection. SPECIFIC ACTIVITIESSurvey PlanningAdvise on minimum requirements for enumerators to be recruited for the survey.Adhere to the survey timeframe and coordinate with field teams on recruitment and logistics plans including household list collection and communication with the communities.Develop and share materials for enumerator and supervisor training in time for review before field deployment. TrainingConduct enumerators’ training including field practice (pre-test) and competency review.Share test results with Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning (MEAL) Manager before implementing the survey.Data CollectionGuide team to select respondents according to the sampling methodology.Ensure quality of data through close supervision during data collection. Supervise and support data cleaning. Follow up to ensure identified anomalies are addressed. DELIVERABLES:Selected Refugee site mapping document for the data collection, with final check by MEAL Manager.Enumerator training presentation detailing operational definition of terms, special cases and standardized data collection procedures.Raw data set in Excel with the agreed upon number of completed interviews per the sampling methodology.CONSULTANT RESPONSIBILITIES:reasonable means public transport, second-class travel and taxis only if no other options or if late at night). Provide their own medical insurance and obtain the necessary vaccinations before the start of the consultancy (not reimbursable by Medical Teams).  To arrange in-country accommodation (costs reimbursed by Medical Teams up to $50/night) To advance payment of business expenses (costs reimbursed by Medical Teams with receipts)The consultant/s shall be responsible for his/her income tax and/or insurance during the assignment.  Comply with Medical Teams Ethiopia security plan and recommendations on dress and behavior.  Comply with Medical Teams’ PSEA, Code of Conduct, Conflict of Interest, and Child Protection policies.Provide laptop, software, or any other relevant equipment for personal use and report writing (not chargeable to or reimbursable by Medical Teams).  Fulfil the above deliverables as listed within the timeframe statedMEDICAL TEAMS’ RESPONSIBILITIESDevelop and finalize survey instrument in Kobo.Definition of sampling methodology and sample size.Arrangement of travel to and from North Gondar and, to and from the different survey locations, and booking payment of accommodation while the consultant is in transit if required.Facilitate transport within Ethiopia.Arrange and cover the costs of in-country work authorizations.Provide food and accommodation in Ethiopia.Provide translators for consultant as needed.Provide staff for data collection.Provide working facilities which will be as secure as is practical in the circumstances. Working facilities in some locations will be very basic.Reimburse reasonable expenses with valid receipts.INVOICING The Consultant may invoice for the full rate for any day in which s/he works 8 or more hours but can earn no more than the daily rate for a given calendar day. Medical Teams does not provide overtime or compensatory time to consultants. Medical Teams cannot compensate consultants for leave of any kind. Compensation for less than 8-hours of work on a given day may be billed in two-hour (quarter of the day) increments. For consultancies of limited duration (e.g., one month or less) the daily rate can be paid for unlimited consecutive days of work, including weekends. Consecutive days in excess of five (the standard work week) may be paid occasionally as the exception during longer-term consultancies, when weekend work is required. Generally, long-term consultants are expected to take regular days off and should offset weekend work days with time off during subsequent weekdays.Time spent in direct air transit to or from the field may be compensated as follows, considering “door–to-door” (home to field lodging or office) travel time:  8–24 hours: Paid for 1 day24–48 hours: Paid for 2 days 48–72 hours: Paid for 3 daysExtra time spent enroute (e.g., holiday, voluntary or extended layovers, including the optional day-long layover en-route for itineraries of 8 hours or more) cannot be billed.
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    TOR for Medical Teams Annual Knowledge, Practice and Coverage (KPC) Survey Ethiopia (Gondar, Shire, Semera)
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    Ethiopian Public Health Association
     Introduction  The Ethiopian Public Health Association (EPHA) was established in 1989, and registered as a local non-governmental and non-profit professional society that brings together health workers throughout Ethiopia for professional exchange, collaboration and action with a vision and mission to promote, high professional standards and better health for all Ethiopians through advocacy, networking, capacity building and active involvement of its members. To realize its vision, building the capacity of staff and its members is one of the strategies to ensuring dynamism, effectiveness, and efficiency in discharging EPHA’s responsibilities and implementing its strategic plan. In its implementation, EPHA needs to provide gender and social inclusion focused orientation and trainings on a regular basis along with taking deliberate measures to increase women’s roles and engagement. In addition, it needs to embed Safeguarding in its work operations and programme activities by responding appropriately to any safeguarding concerns about children and adults within communities where we work. EPHA also needs to install a knowledge management database system, strengthen the MEL team, and facilitate the regular analysis and dissemination of data to improve MEL standards for efficient internal and external learning. Accordingly, EPHA through the support of Packard Foundation would like to commission a consultant to undertake staff awareness training on Gender & Inclusion, Safe Guarding and Knowledge Management in the month of December 2021 for a period of half day in each topic.Scope of the workThe Trainer shall undertake the following:Review EPHA documents and organize the training tailored to the staff at various positionsProvide a half day awareness creation training on Gender & Inclusion, Safe Guarding and Knowledge Management with excellent facilitation skill; using adult learning and participatory approaches.Document the staff’s reflection and discussion;Share training materials with participants for future reference; Write proceedings /report for financial settlement and documentation.   Deliverables Detailed schedule, and plans with required materials (Training note and or training manual) for the training;Training material (Power Point slidesTraining proceeding/report for financial settlement and documentation.   Roles and responsibilities: Responsibilities of the Consultant: The Consultant/s is expected to come up with a detailed schedule and proposal regarding the overall training and methods to be used; Provide training materials for participants;Write a proceeding report.  Responsibilities of the Ethiopian Public Health Association (EPHA) Provide all the necessary information about EPHA for preparation of the training;Organize the training, print training materials and support the consultant during the training;Provide feedback on the training facilitation and create good learning environment with participants;Facilitate payments for the consultant as per to EPHA standards;Professional fee 3500 birr per day for each training Town taxi transport Birr 200  per day for three days Government tax deducted based on the TIN
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    Call for a Trainer on Gender and Inclusion, Safe Guarding and Knowledge Management trainings. (Addis Ababa)
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