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  • Posted: Jan 13, 2020
    Deadline: Jan 24, 2020
  • Ikore, meaning "harvest” in Yoruba language, is an international development organization, proffering innovative solutions to drive sustainable social and enterprise development. Our vision is to contribute to a prosperous world that creates opportunity for a better life for all, especially the poor and vulnerable. Our Mission is to facilitate mark...
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    Field Facilitator (Veterinary Doctor / Animal Science Graduate)


    • We seek to employ a dynamic and innovative person who has experience working in different Value chains across Nigeria and Africa. Someone who can work collectively with host communities, design home-grown solutions that improve the livelihood and resilience of the communities.

    Key Responsibilities

    • Facilitate relations between all the project stakeholders and beneficiaries to increase ownership of the project results, with participation in, and coordination of outreach.
    • Collect field data, through a variety of data collection techniques such as household surveys, focus group discussions, key informant interview and other participatory rural appraisal tools.
    • Lead the preparation/finalization and implementation of the project plans.
    • Identify and act on any main local constraints that may affect the success of field activities (conflicting dynamics, political tensions, technical constraints, etc.).
    • Organize/co-organize and facilitate meetings with farmers, extension workers and local government officials and partners at all levels.
    • Lead project activities on ground.
    • Guaranteeing that the work-progress accurately follows the objectives of the project.
    • Produce frequent service reports.
    • Survey proposed locations to determine feasibility.
    • Lead the implementation of the project’s monitoring system in close consultation with the Program manager and the teams charged with data collection.
    • Organize and facilitate visits from partners and donors.
    • Periodical report about activities in the targeted areas.
    • Assist to modify, test, verify and analyze research data.
    • Perform any other related duties or responsibilities that may be assigned by the program manager.

    Required Skills and Experience

    • Degree in Social Sciences or Rural and / or Community Development
    • At least 5 years of experience in the implementation of sustainable PPR and ND surveillance.
    • Experience or training in the veterinary field is preferred.
    • Critical thinker and problem-solving skills.
    • Good time-management skills.
    • Must have and maintain a professional appearance and positive professional attitude at all times.
    • Accustomed to using mobile tools and applications.
    • Good knowledge on Data Collection, Facilitation, PRA and PAR.
    • Computer knowledge on MS Office, MS Excel and Power Point.
    • Has strong mentality to work in a team.
    • Experience in working with network-wide and diverse groups and individuals.
    • Good command of spoken and written English and a knowledge of local languages (Hausa) would be considered advantageous.

    Method of Application

    Interested and qualified candidates should send their Resume and Application Letter to: using "the job position" as the subject of the mail.


    • Include Program Manager in the email subject line and include salary expectation in your Application Letter.
    • Applications will be reviewed and online interviews will be conducted with selected candidates before finalists are invited for on-site interviews.
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