Lafarge Group Graduate Trainee Program 2018

Lafarge Group – Created in 1833, Lafarge group, headquartered in France, is the world leader in building materials, with top-ranking positions in three of its activities: No 1 worldwide in Cement, No 2 worldwide in Aggregates & Concrete, and No 3 worldwide in Gypsum.

Located in 62 countries with 64,000 employees, Lafarge is a world leader in building materials, with top-ranking positions in its Cement, Aggregates & Concrete businesses. In 2013, Lafarge posted sales of 15.1 billion euros.

Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for the position below:

Job Title: Graduate Trainee

Location: Ashaka, Gombe

Summary

  • Application is open to young Nigerian Graduates seeking to gain employment into Ashaka Cement, a part of the Lafarge Group.
  • Lafarge Africa is reputed for offering its employees exciting careers with a meaning. This includes personal development opportunities, international mobility, and safe and attractive working conditions.
  • This Application, which is part of the CSR initiative of Lafarge Africa, is open to all suitable candidates with preference to candidates that are indigenes of the North-Eastern states of Gombe, Adamawa, Bauchi, Borno, Taraba, and Yobe.

Requirements/Qualification

  • Minimum of a Second Class Lower Degree or HND Upper credit
  • Must have completed NYSC
  • Must not be above the 30 years as at 31st December 2018.

Application Closing Date
31st January, 2018.

How to Apply

Interested and qualified candidates should:
Click here to apply online

Note: Candidates are to note that test and Interviews will be held in Ashaka, Gombe States in the first week of February.

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Consultant for Strategic Plan Review and Update at Pact Nigeria

Pact is an international non-governmental organization with headquarters in Washington DC, USA. Pact has been in Nigeria since 2005, and currently implements donor funded development projects in 4 States in the area of Health, integrating livelihoods, capacity development, and governance systems.

We are recruiting to fill the position below:

 

 

Job Title: Consultant for Strategic Plan Review and Update
Location:
 Gombe
Background

  • Pact is an international NGO that works to improve the health, livelihood and natural resources of her target communities. Pact has been working in Nigeria since 2005.
  • The Strengthening Accountability & Quality Improvement Project (SAQIP) in Nigeria is designed to develop the capacity of the State Primary Health Care Development Agency (SPHCDA) and its associated Local Government Authority (LGA) structures to carry out their mandate to provide quality maternal, neonatal and child health services through Primary Health Centers (PHCs), while empowering community structures such as Ward Development Committees (WDCs) to provide the oversight needed to ensure delivery of quality services at PHCs.
  • The organization is currently partnering with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF) to improve maternal, new-born and child health (MNCH) outcomes and reduce Maternal Mortality rate (MMR) and Neonatal Mortality Rate (NMR) in Gombe State, Nigeria through the Strengthening Accountability and Quality Improvement Project (SAQIP).
  • With improved quality of services, increased knowledge and demand and increased access to funds, an increased number of women will utilize maternal, neonatal and child health (MNCH) services.

SAQIP seeks to achieve three primary outcomes:

  • Improved governance, capacity and performance of public health system
  • Improved accountability and community participation in public health system, and
  • Increased utilization of public MNCH services.

The project combines approaches in health systems strengthening (HSS), community systems strengthening (CSS), capacity development, and women’s empowerment to implement a series of outcome driven activities.

Objectives

The objectives of the consultancy is to support SAQIP to:

  • To conduct a needs/situational analysis to inform evidence for the review and update of GSPHCDA Strategic Plan.
  • Identify and clearly outline performance indicators, standards and targets to be achieved.
  • Update the SP in line with current realities of the Primary Health System in Gombe
  • Finalize GSPHCDA Strategic Plan 2018- 2023

Description of Work
The consultant will be responsible for completing the activities and deliverables as follows:

  • Phase I (5th – 12th January 2018)
  • Work collaboratively with SAQIP team and the Committee Members
  • Phase II (15th – 18th January 2018)
  • Attend and participate the SP Committee Planning Meeting for the review and update of the SP
  • Lead the review and update of the GSPHCDA Strategic Plans with all key stakeholders as well as its costing
  • Finalize and share the draft Strategic Plan and Consultancy Report.

Critical Milestones and Deliverables:
Due Date

  • Conduct SP Review Planning Meeting 5th January 2018
  • Conduct workshop to review and update GSPHCDA Strategic Plan 12th January 2018
  • Finalize Draft SP and its Costing 18th January 2018
  • Submit Consultancy Report 18th January 2018

Period of Performance:

  • The period of performance will be from 5th January through 18th January 2018. All work will be done locally in Nigeria, with travel to Gombe.

Timeframe and Considerations:

  • Core Activity Key Participants Project No. of Days Dates
  • Planning Meeting with SP Committee SP Committee Members 1 5th January 2018
  • Review and update of SP SP Committee, Implementing Partners, CSOs, WDC, GSPHCDA Staff etc. 5 8th -12th Jan 2018
  • Finalization of Draft SP & Reports Consultant, SAQIP, GSPHCDA 3 15th -18th Jan 2018

The successful consultant is expected to work closely with Pact Institutional Strengthening Advisor, the Executive Secretary GSPHCDA, the Strategic Planning Committee and the SAQIP Project Director with continued communication after remotely via skype and email.

Supervision, reporting and oversight:

  • The consultant will report to the Institutional Strengthening & Operations Advisor, SAQIP Project.

Skills, Experience & Qualifications

  • The consultant must be an expert in the field of Health, Planning and Economics
  • Experienced in team management and facilitation of workshops
  • Skilled in the development of Annual Operational Plans
  • Have Master Degree or higher in relevant field (Public Health, Development & Statistics)
  • Have at least 7-10years post graduate, progressive responsible National Experience in the field of goal oriented Strategic Planning
  • Good knowledge and understanding of the Health Sector in Nigeria
  • Have good knowledge of the key structures in the State Primary Health Care Development Agencies
  • Excellent Language Skills
  • Evidence of similar assignment elsewhere in Nigeria
  • Ability to work effectively and cooperatively as a team member

 


How to Apply

Interested consultants should send their expression of interest (EOI) with a detailed resume as attached MS Word Document to: pactngprocurement@pactworld.org

Note: Only qualified persons will be contacted and invited for screening.

 

 

Application Deadline   29th December, 2017.

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Nigeria Union of Teachers (NUT) recruitment, September 2017

Nigeria Union of Teachers (NUT) was founded in July 1931 by the amalgamation of the first two teachers Associations in Nigeria, namely, Lagos Union of Teachers (LUT), formed in 1925 with its founding President as Rev. Canhon J.O. Lucas and the Association of Headmasters of Ijebu Schools (AHIS), led by Rev. I.O. Ransome Kuti, formed in 1926. At an inaugural meeting of the two groups held at CMS Grammar School, Lagos on 8th and 9th July, 1931, a Constitution was drafted and ratified and the Nigeria Union of Teachers.

Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates to fill the position below:

 

 

Job Title: Assistant Secretary

Location: Kogi, Borno, Bayelsa, Taraba, Oyo, Gombe, Ogun
Entry Point: CONPSS 09
Qualifications

  • Candidates must possess at least a good University degree in Education, the Arts or Social Sciences with a minimum of 3 years post qualification teaching experience.
  • Knowledge of ICT, Higher degrees, years of teaching and Trade Union experiences will be added advantage
  • Candidates must not be earning higher than salary grade level 09.
  • Age: Candidates applying for any of the positions must not be above Forty (40) years of age. Evidence of birth certificate must be attached.

Condition of Service
This is post is pensionable and fringe benefits is attractive. Candidates must be very sound and robust in health and should be ready to engage in travels at very short notice.

 

 

Job Title: State Secretary
Location:
 Enugu, Kogi, Oyo, Rivers, Ogun
Entry Point: CONPSS 10
Qualifications

  • Candidates must possess at least a good University degree in Education, the Arts or Social Sciences with a minimum of five (5) years post qualification teaching experience.
  • Knowledge of ICT, Higher degrees, years of teaching and Trade Union experiences will be added advantage
  • Candidates must not be earning higher than salary grade level 10.
  • Age: Candidates applying for any of the positions must not be above Forty (40) years of age. Evidence of birth certificate must be attached.

Condition of Service
This is post is pensionable and fringe benefits is attractive. Candidates must be very sound and robust in health and should be ready to engage in travels at very short notice.

 

 

Job Title: Accountant
Location:
 Edo, Imo
Entry Point: CONPSS 09
Qualifications

  • Candidates must possess a good degree or Higher National Diploma in Accountancy with a minimum of three (3) years post qualification experience, and must not be earning higher than salary grade level 09.
  • Knowledge of IT and teaching experience will be an added advantage
  • Age: Candidates applying for this position must not be above Forty (40) years of age. Evidence of birth certificate must be attached.

Condition of Service
This post is pensionable and fringe benefits is attractive. Candidates must be very sound and robust in health and should be ready to engage in travels at very short notice.

 

 

Job Title: Cooperative Officer
Location:
 Rivers, Borno,
Entry Point: CONPSS 08
Qualifications

  • Candidates must possess a good University degree or Higher National Diploma in Co-operative Studies and/or Community (Social) Development. Candidates who possess GCE O/L, or its equivalent plus ND/NCE in Cooperative Studies or Community Development may also wish to apply.
  • Knowledge of ICT will be an added advantage.
  • Candidates must not be earning higher than salary grade level 08
  • Age: Candidates applying for any of the positions must not be above Forty (40) years of age. Evidence of birth certificate must be attached.

Condition of Service
This post is pensionable and fringe benefits is attractive. Candidates must be very sound and robust in health and should be ready to engage in travels at very short notice.

 

 

Job Title: Executive Officer
Location:
 Enugu
Entry Point: CONPSS 08
Qualifications

  • Candidates must possess NCE, OND or HND certificate or University Degree in the relevant disciplines
  • Knowledge of ICT and adequate experience in relevant areas will be an added advantage.
  • Age: Candidates applying for this position must not be above Forty (40) years of age. Evidence of birth certificate must be attached.

Condition of Service
This post is pensionable and fringe benefits is attractive. Candidates must be very sound and robust in health and should be ready to engage in travels at very short notice.

 

How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should send their applications in triplicate, indicating the Post and State, with photocopies of credentials and evidence of age to:
The Ag. Secretary General,
Nigeria Union of Teachers,
National Head Office,
Off Umaru Musa Yar’Adua Express Way,
Sabon – Lugbe,
Abuja.

 

Application Deadline: 18th September, 2017.

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Save The Children Nigeria Job Vacancies For Consultants (On-The- Job Training Of Selected Front-Line Health Workers)

Save the Children is the world’s leading independent organisation for children. We work in 120 countries. We save children’s lives; we fight for their rights; we help them fulfil their potential.
We work together, with our partners, to inspire breakthroughs in the way the world treats children and to achieve immediate and lasting change in their lives.

We are recruiting to fill the position below:

Job Title: Consultant (On-the- Job Training of Selected Front-Line Health Workers)
Location:
Gombe
Background
Every year more than 10 million children die before they reach their fifth birthday, many during the first year of life. Half of these deaths are due to acute respiratory infections, diarrhoea, measles, malaria, malnutrition; or often to a combination of these conditions which are largely preventable and treatable conditions. Various factors bordering on socioeconomic determinants of health and have been proposed as possible underlying factors for this outcomes.
As part of efforts to address these challenges, Save the Children with funding from GSK is currently building the capacity of frontline health workers in the delivery of MNCH interventions. The project aligns with the National Strategic Health development plan (2010-2016), the Integrated Management of Maternal, Newborn and Child Health Strategy (IMNCH) 2013, and IMCI and ICCM guidelines and implementation strategies.
The IMCI guidelines which was developed by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) promotes prompt identification of childhood illnesses in the outpatient settings and provides appropriate treatment and referrals when necessary. The guideline also helps to improve the quality of care of sick children at the referral level by providing an effective link between the care provided at the community and the management approach in the facility and promotes the rational use of resources. Currently, the number of health workers trained on the IMCI guideline in Gombe State is low. This situation coupled with the deficit in human resources for health in the state and the high cost associated with traditional IMCI trainings (6 days training) increasing the pool of health workers with the requisite skills in IMCI at facility level is challenging.
To address this challenge, Save the Children has developed  an On-The-Job training and mentoring approach which aims to increase the number of health workers with knowledge and skills to manage common childhood illnesses at the PHC level, that involves multiple visits to health workers’ at their respective facilities for the purpose of building/strengthening their individual capacities in IMCI.
Objectives

  • To enhance the skills of selected frontline health workers from selected health facilities in Gombe state in tackling common childhood illness at the facility level using the IMCI guidelines; and
  • Using an on the job approach for the purpose of reinforcing learning and addressing skills gap of trained health workers.

Purpose of the Assignment

  • The purpose of this consultancy is to build the capacity of the health workers in select health facilities that are underserved and hard to reach  with perceived ‘gaps’ in the provision of essential services to mothers and children in the treatment of common childhood illnesses. Based on the findings of a TNA that would be conducted by the consultant, the consultant(s) will conduct on-the-job training for the health workers using the National IMCI guidelines.

Specific Tasks

  • Initial assessment of health workers ability to properly manage a child with childhood illnesses such as malaria, pneumonia and diarrhoea. This will be by onsite observation of health workers in the child welfare clinics using a skills checklist.
  • After the clinic session, the consultant will review the skills checklist findings with the health workers and agree on the findings.
  • The consultant would develop  a training plan based on this assessment which would detail the names of health workers to be trained, the dates of the visit and the training content for each visit.
  • At the last visit, the checklist would be used to assess the health workers again to determine any knowledge and skills gain
  • Consultant then leaves behind a chart booklet for the use of the health workers.
  • Consultant will also conduct a follow up visit (within six weeks of completion of the training) to assess improvements in the knowledge and skills amongst the health workers in the selected facilities.
  • During the follow up visits, the consultant will observe the health workers again using the skills checklist and provide feedback on the pre-training and post-training skills assessment results.
  • Training reports are the end of the satisfactory training then developed by the consultants and shared with SCI office*.
  • The consultant using the IMCI chart booklet, trains the health workers on how to appropriately assess, classify and treat a child presenting in the facility with malaria, diarrhoea and pneumonia. Also the health workers will be trained on how to counsel the caregivers on appropriate home management of the illnesses and when to return to the facility for follow-up.
  • The consultant will pay four (4) visits to the same health facility to ensure the health workers have been fully trained and have the necessary skills required to properly manage a child presenting with malaria, pneumonia and diarrhoea; be able to check for malnutrition and initiate treatment and give vaccines that are due or missed.

*During the conduct of the OJT, Save the Children MNCH Advisors would visit the health facilities to apply a training quality checklist for the purpose of monitoring the quality of the training conducted.
Expected Output
By the end of the assignment the trained health workers will be able to: 

  • Demonstrate how to effectively assess, classify and treat cases of common childhood illnesses
  • Demonstrate to and educate mothers on disease prevention and homecare practices that promotes early detection and treatment of common childhood illnesses within communities.

The consultant will submit the following:

  • Inception report detailing the facility visit plan, checklist that will be used and how the findings from the facility visits will be analyzed.
  • Monthly report of activities
  • Final Consultancy report. Report should include timing of the training, venue, return demonstration, Names of participants at each training phase. Feedback from trainees; pictures taken during training sessions (at least 3 pictures for each training). Challenges/success during the training including recommendations for future trainings.

How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should:
Click here to apply

Application Deadline: 14th March 2017.

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Tangale Micro-Finance Bank Nigeria Limited Job For A Managing Director/ Chief Executive Officer (MD/CEO)

Tangale Micro-finance Bank Nigeria Limited, invites applications from suitably qualified candidates to fill the position below:

Job Title: Managing Director/ Chief Executive Officer (MD/CEO)
Location:
Billiri, Gombe State.
Requisite Qualifications

  • A minimum of First Degree or its equivalent in any discipline (additional qualification or degree in finance or business related field may be an added advantage).
  • Minimum of eight (8) years post qualification experience out of which at least five (5) must be in the financial services industry and at least three (3) at Senior Management Level.
  • Programme (MCP) and obtained a Certificate in Micro-finance Banking issued by Chartered Institute of Bankers of Nigeria (CIBN).
  • Being a member of the local community shall be an added advantage.
  • Evidence that the candidate posses proven skills and competence in practical Micro-finance Banking and has undergone the Micro-finance Certification.

How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates are required to submit ten (10) copies of their application and Curriculum Vitae in sealed envelopes each addressed to:
The Chairman,
Board of Directors,
Tangale Micro-finance Bank Limited,
Billiri,
Gombe State.

Application Deadline: 30th March, 2017.

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Ongoing recruitment in a USAID-Funded Project (Nigeria Education Crisis Response)

Nigeria Education Crisis Response is a USAID-funded project aimed at supporting Adamawa, Bauchl, Borno, Gombe and Yobe states to expand access to quality, relevant non-formal education and alternative education opportunities for internally displaced persons (lDP) children, as well as out- of-school children in host communities, aged 6 to 17 at target locations.

The Nigeria Education Crisis Response (ECR) Project, is seeking applications from qualified Nigerian Nationals to fill the vacant job positions in Nigeria below:

Job Title: M & E Officer
Location:
Bauchi
Project Duration: 12 Months
Position Starting Date: Immediately
Reporting: Reports to M&E Advisor-Bauchi
Position Summary

  • The M&E Officer will, under the supervision of the Senior M&E Advisor, evaluate the results of training interventions; initialize, manage and implement the M&E system for In-country training; ensure all evaluation instruments/methodologies are correctly administered- to obtain quality data, produce written evaluation reports providing clear and concise information on training results In a format and style that can easily and ready use.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Oversees state implementation of all assessment, including review of assessment tools,-training of data collection teams, conducting data quality spot checks, and review of final assessment report. –
  • Oversees monitoring & evaluation of the success of the program In the state by leading rolling assessment workshops to measure outcomes in access to education, enrollment numbers, and learning outcomes. –
  • Supports the M&E Advisor in developing strategies, tools and resources for project monitoring, and coordinate the use of these In his/her state of assignment. –
  • Experience with program monitoring and data collection (including training staff on data collection).
  • Demonstrated experience evaluating for action.
  • Carry out any other work that may be assigned

Required Skills & Qualifications

  • High School diploma required, BA degree highly desired
  • Must have 4+ years of general work experience, and 2+ years of M&E experience
  • Advanced knowledge of Spoken and Written English highly desired, Medium level required

Job Title: M&E Assistant / Date Entry Officer
Location:
Gombe
Project Duration: 12 Months
Position Starting Date: Immediately
Reporting: Reports to M&E Officer – Gombe
Position Summary

  • The M&E Assistant/Data Entry Officer will assist the M&E Officer and M&E team to evaluate results of training interventions; initialize, manage and implement the M&E system for In-country training; ensure, all evaluation instruments/methodologies are correctly administered to obtain quality data, produce written evaluation reports providing clear and concise information on training results in a format and style that can easily and ready use.
  • He/she will also be responsible for accurately capturing and entering M&E data into the database.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Oversees state implementation of all assessment, including review of assessment tools, training of data collection teams, conducting data quality spot checks, and review of final assessment report.
  • Oversees monitoring & evaluation of the success of the program in the state by leading roiling assessment workshops to measure outcomes in access to education, enrollment numbers, and learning outcomes.
  • Supports the M&E Advisor in developing strategies, tools and resources fr project monitoring, and coordinate the use of these in his/her state of assignment.
  • M&E Data entries, either alphabetic or numeric from source documents into computer following a formats and necessary codes that may be given.
  • Compiles, sorts, and verifies accuracy of data e.g. confirms accuracy of data such as codes, name, dates etc.
  • Compares data entered with source documents, or reenters date in verification format on screen to detect errors.
  • Contact the Supervisor to resolve questions, inconsistencies or missing data issues.
  • Reviews and makes necessary corrections to information entered.
  • Contributes to a team effort and accomplishes related results as required.
  • Maintains confidential information.
  • Carry out any other M&E/Data entry related work that may be assigned.

Required Skills & Qualifications

  • High School diploma required, BA degree highly desired
  • Must have 2+ years of general work experience, and 2+ years of M&E experience
  • Advanced knowledge of Spoken and Written English highly desired, Medium level required.
  • Knowledge of records management procedures and data entry required.
  • Good computer skills required.

Job Title: Accountant
Location:
Bauchi
Project Duration: 12 Months
Position Starting Date: Immediately
Reporting: Reports to the Director Finance and Grants
Position Summary

  • The Accountant will be responsible for applying accounting principles and procedures to analyze financial formation, prepare accurate and timely financial reports and statements and ensure appropriate accounting control procedures.
  • The accountant wilt also be responsible for maintaining personnel leave files that inform payroll.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Manages day to day finance operations, including Implementing Creative and USAID Voiceless, procedures and systems, reviewing accounts payable documents for proper accuracy and completeness, and liaising with bank on all banking issues.
  • Completes donor financial reporting, track spending, and support the Director of Finance and Grants.
  • Provides updated monthly cost r ports and draft quarterly financial reports and monthly ad hoc reports on financial status of project expenses and budget information.
  • Manages the process of clearing bills, payments, and vouchers from the Bauchi field office; and the transfer of project funds from the central account to field accounts.
  • Works closely with the home office in Washington, DC to ensure reconciliation of monthly expense reports, and respond to any inquiries they may have.
  • Expertise In accounting, finance or business administration.
  • Knowledge of laws, accounting principles, USAID rules and regulations, and labor laws.
  • Reports to Reports to Director of Finance and Grants.

Required Skills & Qualifications

  • High School diploma required, BA/BS degree highly desired
  • Must have 4+ years of general work experience
  • Must have 2+ year of specialized experience relevant to accounting
  • Must have 6+ months supervisory experience, if supervising staff
  • Knowledge of USAID Rules and Regulations, previous experience working on USAID-funded projects preferred
  • Advanced knowledge of Spoken and Written English highly desired, Medium level required.

Job Title: M&E Assistant
Location:
Borno
Project Duration: 12 Months
Position Starting Date: Immediately
Reporting: Reports to M&E Officer – Borno
Position Summary

  • The M&E Assistant will assist the M&E Advisor and M&E team to evaluate results of training interventions; initialize, manage and implement the M&E system for in-country training; ensure, all evaluation instruments/methodologies are correctly administered to obtain quality data, produce written evaluation reports providing clear and concise information on training results in a format and style that can easily and ready use.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Oversees state implementation of all assessment, including review of assessment tools, training of data collection teams, conducting data quality spot checks, and review of final assessment report.
  • Oversees monitoring & evaluation of the success of the program in the state by leading roiling assessment workshops to measure outcomes in access to education, enrollment numbers, and learning outcomes.
  • Supports the M&E Advisor in developing strategies, tools and resources fr project monitoring, and coordinate the use of these in his/her state of assignment.
  • M&E Data entries, either alphabetic or numeric from source documents into computer following a formats and necessary codes that may be given.
  • Compiles, sorts, and verifies accuracy of data e.g. confirms accuracy of data such as codes, name, dates etc.
  • Compares data entered with source documents, or reenters date in verification format on screen to detect errors.
  • Contact the Supervisor to resolve questions, inconsistencies or missing data issues.
  • Reviews and makes necessary corrections to information entered.
  • Contributes to a team effort and accomplishes related results as required.
  • Maintains confidential information.
  • Carry out any other M&E related work that may be assigned.

Required Skills & Qualifications

  • High School diploma required, BA degree highly desired
  • Must have 2+ years of general work experience, and 2+ years of M&E experience
  • Advanced knowledge of Spoken and Written English highly desired, Medium level required.

Job Title: Logistics Assistant
Location:
Borno
Project Duration: 12 Months
Position Starting Date: Immediately
Reporting: Reports to Procurement & Logistics Officer – Borno
Position Summary

  • The Logistics Assistant will be responsible for assisting the Procurement and Logistics Officer In a day-to-day management of NECR Borno state operations.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Provides oversight of Vehicle logs, vehicle maintenance
  • Identify Vehicle needs and reviews driver time sheet
  • Assist in coordination of transportation and delivery of Procurement and inventory. –
  • Assist in conducting and updating inventory database of the office on a monthly basis.
  • Assists in logistic, Events Management and Transportation as per the NECR policies and procedures.
  • Carry out logistical and other related task required for the good project operations.

Required Skills & Qualifications

  • High School Diploma required, BA/ES desired
  • Must have 2+ years of general work history
  • Must have 2+ year of specific experience related to logistics requests related to supplies and materials for project related activities
  • Must be extremely reliable, trustworthy and a good team worker
  • Flexible in working hours
  • Medium level knowledge of Spoken and Written English required

Job Title: Non-Formal Education Officer
Location:
Borno
Project Duration: 12 Months
Position Starting Date: Immediately
Reporting: Non-formal and teacher Education Specialist – Borno
Position Summary

  • The Non-Formal Education Officer will be responsible for supporting the NFE/TE Specialist In coordinating all training activities for the project, focusing on improving instruction for literacy, numeracy and life skills.
  • S/he will lead the development and Implementation of the teacher training component of the program, working in close collaboration with the non- formal education advisor and the technical team.
  • This person will also support the program In coordinating activities to increase access to NFE and alternative learning options for children, especially girls, disabled children and IDPs in Borno state.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Support in Training and providing supports to -learning facilitators and implementing CSOs in all- activities related to teacher professional development.
  • Assist in the development and field testing of strategies, tools and resources for teacher training and ensures their dissemination and use.
  • Assist in Supervision to ensure implementation of introductory workshops and meetings, implementation of all master trainers workshops;
  • Coordinates the identification of NFLCs with government authorities, faith-based organizations and community- leaders and establishes qualifying parameters for program participation.
  • Liaises with government agencies and NFLC5 to maximize opportunities for access quality education for out-of-school youth.
  • In consultation with the NFEITE Specialist, works with SOs to ensure NFLCs have materials and resources to provide quality education, integrate academic and SEL subjects Into the curriculum, and that out-of-school youth are accessing NFLCs.
  • Through the NFE/TE Specialist, coordinates closely with the Non-Formal Education Advisor based in Bauchi for streamlined implementation.
  • Carry out any other related work that may be assigned.

Required Skills & Qualifications

  • High School diploma required, BA/BS degree highly desired.
  • Must have 3+ years general work experience and 2+ years of non-formal and teacher education experience
  • If supervising staff, must have at least 6+ months of supervisory experience. –
  • May-supervise a medium size team and have 1+ years of supervisory experience in non-formal and teacher education.
  • Medium level knowledge of Spoken and Written English required.

Job Title: Community Mobilization Assistant
Location:
Borno
Project Duration: 12 Months
Position Starting Date: Immediately
Reporting: Community Mobilization / NGO Capacity Building Officer
Position Summary

  • The Community Mobilization Assistant will be responsible for assisting the Community Mobilization/NGO Capacity Building Officer in implementing activities to Increase community awareness and support of schooling In targeted non-formal education and alternative education learning center communities in Borno.
  • This includes implementing a small grants program to enable CSOs to establish community coalitions and learning centers, building the capacity of CSOs and executing awareness campaigns to strengthen the community’s demand for education.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Assist in establishment and training of new Community Coalitions or other local education support groups and committees.
  • Support In providing partner CSO5 in Borno with day-to-day mentoring on project design, implementation, and monitoring.
  • Supports the consistent application of training materials to strengthen CSO organizational management, HR and financial systems and provide technical support in community mobilization.
  • Assist in Coordinating donor, stakeholder, and field staff visits to CSO5 and communities in Bomb.
  • Carry out any other related work that may be assigned.

Required Skills & Qualifications

  • High School diploma required, BA degree highly desired. Must have 2+ years of general work experience
  • Must have 2+ years of specifically related experience In managing community engagement campaigns, preferably in the education sector –
  • Experience with international organizations’ community grants mechanisms
  • In-depth understanding of the role of clvii society In development
  • Fluency in spoken and written English.
  • Ability to work in a multi-cultural, multi-ethnic environment with sensitivity and respect for diversity.
  • Display cultural, gender, religion and age sensitivity and adaptability.


How to Apply

Interested and qualified candidates should send their resume or CV listing all job responsibilities and cover letters to the “Human Resources Manager” via: recruitment-necr@creativeworldwide.com

Note

  • Applicants should indicate the Job Position and Location as the subject of their application and only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
  • Creative Associates International is an equal employer. Female as well as indigenes of Bauchi, Gombe, Borno and other Northeastern states are encouraged to apply.

Application Deadline  14th November, 2016.

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