Job Detail (B1- PEPE Coordinator)
B1- PEPE Coordinator

PEPE is currently looking to recruit a highly motivated PEPE Coordinator, with the capacity to leverage the potential and collaborative engagement of each of the components of PEPE and its stakeholders. The job holder will serve as a point of interface for PEPE stakeholders in general and between PEPE, DFID and the Government of Ethiopia, including MoI in particular. The PEPE Coordinator will be partially seconded from DFID to the Ministry of Industry (MoI), and report jointly to the Director of Policy, Programmes and M&E in MoI and to the Senior Responsible Officer for PEPE/Private Sector Development Adviser in DFID. The job holder will directly engage with other DFID staff, as well as staff and technical advisers in the MoI and other parts of the Ethiopian Government.


Ensure that the relationship between GoE and DFID provides the strategic guidance, implementation support and uptake of lessons from PEPE. Support PEPE implementers to ensure their effective alignment, coordination and collaboration. Support coordination, information sharing and awareness creation between PEPE, DfID, relevant GoE organs and other stakeholders. To provide support to the MoI to take forward work related to PEPE. General PEPE communications, information sharing and awareness creation. Support regular GoE-DFID engagement. Support GoE-PEPE engagement. Support DFID-PEPE engagement. Coordinate PEPE implementing partners. PEPE Technical Steering Committee (TSC). PEPE reviews and independent evaluations.

Job Requirments

• Fluency in Amharic and English • Programme Management experience • Coordination experience • Communications skills (verbal and written) • Government engagement • Exposure to development partners • Ability to manage complexity and multiple objectives Required Civil Service Competences As set out in the UK Civil Service Competency Framework, the following are the key competences required for this role: • Collaborating and Partnering • Building Capability for All • Leading and Communicating • Making Effective Decisions • Changing and improving

How to apply

The candidate must complete and send the application form to AfricaHRHubRecruit@DFID.GOV.UK with a copy of their most recent CV. The subject line MUST read “ETH/009”. Failure to follow the outlined procedure might result in the application not being considered. If no response has been received after 2 weeks from the closing date, consider the application as unsuccessful.

Working locaion

Addis Ababa ,

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