BMM Djibouti Program Assistant GIZ, Better Migration Management Ethiopia & Djibouti à Djibouti
The objective of the Better Migration Management (BMM) program is to improve the migration management in the Eastern African region in response to the needs identified by the African countries of the Khartoum Process, and in particular to address the trafficking of human beings and the smuggling of migrants within and from the Horn of Africa. The BMM program has four components, all of which are in the midst of implementation in Ethiopia and Djibouti collectively:
•Protection of Vulnerable Migrants.
The program is commissioned by the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) and co-financed by the European Commission. It is envisaged to be implemented from April 2016 – March 2019. The implementation is facilitated through an Implementing Partnership consisting of IOM, UNODC, CIVIPOL, Expertise France, British Council, the Italian Department of Public Security and the lead agency GIZ. The program’s interventions target countries at the Horn of Africa, i.e. Djibouti, Ethiopia, Eritrea, Kenya, South Sudan, Sudan and Somalia with minor involvement of Egypt, Tunisia and Uganda for regional activities.
As part of the implementation of the BMM program, GIZ has a dual role both to coordinate the activities of the implementing partners based on the agreed-upon annual work plan as well as to directly implement certain activities.
A program assistant is required to support GIZ BMM in the implementation and roll-out of its activities in Djibouti; more specifically, in organizing implementing and monitoring activities within the three components In addition, the program assistant is required to share with the rest of the team in Djibouti and also in Ethiopia her/his knowledge in the field of migration and human rights.
Position: BMM Djibouti Program Assistant
Required Number: one person
Place of Work: Djibouti
Application deadline: Sunday the 24th of February 2018
•Organize, implement and monitor activities within the three components;
•Fill in all relevant monitoring and evaluation trackers;
•Write minutes and memos;
•Facilitate trainings/workshops and meetings;
•Carry out studies and field assessment within Djibouti;
•.Strengthen relationships with civil society organizations and decentralized government entities and
•Generally support the team in the implementation of activities.
•Timeframe: March 2018 to March 2019.
•Post-graduate degree in law, migration, human rights or related subject;
•Experience working with refugees, internally displaced persons (IDPs), migration and/or other displacement issues;
•Knowledge and understanding of the context especially in Djibouti but also in Ethiopia in relation to migration;
•Experience working in Djibouti;
•Fluency in English and French;
•Knowledge of minimum one of the local language preferred;
•Abilities to work in a team.
To apply, please send your CV, cover letter and contacts of two references person to the following emails. Please note that all the documents provided by email have to be certified.