With funding from the German Cooperation Deutsche Zusammenarbeit (BMZ) and the Welthungerhilfe (WHH), Serving Humanity for Empowerment and Development (SHED), formerly Finn Church Aid (FCA) is seeking qualified Liberians to occupy the vacant positions in her upcoming food security project “Increasing Production and Consumption of Orange-Fleshed Sweet Potatoes as part of the system Strengthening Approached in Liberia” conforming to the job descriptions below of the various positions. The project is geared toward providing improved economic and nutritional livelihoods through localized, commercial Orange-Fleshed Sweet Potatoes (OFSP) and vegetables productions for women, adolescents and the elderly in rural communities in Montserrado, Bong, Grand Bassa and Margibi Counties. The requested vacancies are full time positions that will provide relevant support to the implementation of the project, ensuring that the project meets its objective outlined below:
SHED, formerly Finn Church Aid is a Liberian organization established as a national office following FCA’s ten (10) years of work in Liberia. We are a right based organization working in four thematic areas: right livelihoods, right peace, right quality education, and Watsan. Our head office is located Rehab Junction, Opposite Calvary Chapel School. SHED’s action is guided by international human rights standards and principles. As a right based actor, SHED facilitates dialogues and peace building between the right-holders and duty bearers to address root causes of conflict.
|Deadline for Submission:
|January 19, 2024
|Monrovia, Montserrado County
The Drivers will be responsible for the safe transport of SHED staff as well as of materials needed for project activities. The drivers will be responsible for the maintenance of vehicles, ensuring regular checks are carried out and ensures that vehicles are in perfect running condition. She/he will adhere to all road and vehicle safety procedures, including cleaning of the vehicles. The Drivers must have extensive experience with 4W-driving and heavy-duty vehicle (truck) on dirt roads and under difficult field conditions, where most trips will be done.
EDUCATION/ EXPERIENCE/ CREDENTIALS:
Mrs. Joyce Queeglay-Pajibo, Executive Director SHED
Mr Emmanuel Sandi, Programme Director SHED
All applications must be received by 17:00, Friday January 19, 2024. Kindly indicate the position you are applying for in the “subject” section of your email and your letter of motivation as well. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted. Kindly note that, due to the high volume of responses, only short-listed candidates will be invited to an interview, which will also include proficiency tests. Women are highly encouraged to apply.