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Chemonics seeks a deputy national programme manager for an anticipated multi-year, DFID-funded education programme in Nigeria. The programme will focus on supporting improved learning for an estimated 1.5 million children in three states in northern Nigeria and support state and non-state systems benefitting 8,000,000 children nationally.
We are looking for individuals who have a passion for making a difference in the lives of people around the world.
Drive the daily technical implementation of the programme for activities focused on curriculum development, governance systems, policy design, and other areas, adjusting approaches as implementation realities dictate
Oversee and review technical products and deliverables
Support the national programme manager in the daily management of the programme, including managing relationships with DFID, other donor-funded programmes, and the Nigerian government
Support the national programme manager in representing the programme to the Nigerian government, stakeholders, and public and private sector counterparts
Perform at a senior management level, including managing staff in a matrixed system with a focus on adaptive management
Bachelor's degree in Education, Social Science, International Development, or a related discipline is required; advanced degree in education or another relevant discipline is preferred
Minimum of eight years of professional experience managing large (£15m or above), complex education projects in developing countries, including a minimum of two years as deputy team leader or team leader
In-depth technical knowledge and experience in all programme output areas, including teaching and learning, governance of state and non-state systems, use of evidence, and strategic communications
Experience leading large teams and managing programs that achieve results, with a focus on adaptive management
Demonstrated leadership, versatility, and integrity.