About the role
The role holder will support Christian Aid’s response to the humanitarian crisis in Nigeria with special focuses on monitoring, evaluation, accountability and learning sector interventions. She/he will support Christian Aid’s funded programmes which are implemented by Christian Aid and it partners in Borno and other northeast states. The role holder will assist in the development, implementation and monitoring of Christian Aid’s MEAL & Humanitarian Response, providing effective and timely support (including capacity building) to liberated communities and partner organizations, enabling them to implement the rapid, effective and principled MEAL response to emergencies, and ensuring that this is in line with Christian Aid’s country strategy and Humanitarian Standards. The role holder will be representing CAID in sector working groups meetings/activities and engage in the right networks, while increasing the profile of CA Humanitarian and resilience work and its visibility in the region.
The post holder should have a first degree in social sciences or BSC in Mathematics, Economics, Statistics, Biostatistics, Engineering with 3 to 5 years experience of working in humanitarian response with local and/international partner organizations. He/she is required to have a strong positive attitude and ability to manage a wide range of issues of complicated procedures, indicated by 3-5 years learning period. The post holder is required to have excellent report writing and communication skills, both written and verbal.
Interested and qualified? Go to Christian Aid on jobs.christianaid.org.uk to apply
As part of your application you will be asked to demonstrate your suitability by giving answers to the following questions:
Tell us about a time when you were proactive in taking on new and additional work to achieve a team or organisational goal: What was the situation? What was the new/additional work? What was your task? Why did you need to be pro-active? What did you do? Why? How? What was the outcome? What was the impact of what you did?
Tell us about a time when you handled a difficult issue with someone else with openness, honesty and respect: What was the context? What did you have to do? What did you say and how? What was the result? If you were successful, how did you know?
Tell us about a time when you had to make recommendations or take decisions after analysing data, information and other evidence: What was the background? What recommendations or decisions did you have to take? What was your particular task or responsibility? What actions did you take? How did analyse the information and data? What was the outcome? Were you successful
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