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  • Posted: Aug 24, 2021
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  • We work to prevent family breakdown and care for children who have lost parental care, or who risk losing it. We work with communities, partners and states to ensure that the rights of all children, in every society, are respected and fulfilled. We are non-governmental and non-denominational. We respect all religions and cultures and work with trusted par...
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    Research & Data Analyst

    Position Summary

    • The Research-Data Analyst gathers and analyzes data from various databases and sources for SOS Children’s Villages in Nigeria, developing reports and visual representations; supports the maintenance of SOS Children’s Villages databases (PDB2, LUCY etc.), and provides technical support to all programme locations.
    • He/she also supports various studies/research such as baseline and feasibility studies, end line evaluations, surveys etc.
    • Support data quality assessment and the development of evidence-based reports in accordance with the outcome of data analysis.
    • Support all forms of SOS Children’s Villages research and evaluations in Nigeria.
    • Support the implementation of Results Based Management (RBM) in Nigeria
    • Responsible for the application of complex statistical and technical skills toward the collection, analysis, and translation of statistical data for a variety of research projects.
    • Conducts statistical research and analysis and compiles and interprets statistical records and reports for a variety of research projects.
    • Producing high quality and varied research outputs for a range of audiences including analysis, report writing and presentations where necessary
    • Collection and processing of data and statistics relating to SOS Children’s Villages Operations
    • Management of SOS Children’s Villages records and information resources
    • Apply established statistical methods and techniques to analyse and interpret data.
    • Identify the appropriate method of statistical analysis and apply statistical techniques to interpret data.
    • Compile and analyse data and interpret trends, fluctuations, and other changes that may emerge.
    • Develop forms and procedures required for the collection and compilation of data.
    • Oversee the design and maintenance of databases, data collection forms, error checking methods, and related Programs for collection, analysis, and reporting.
    • Design database specifications and modify existing software packages to meet specific research project needs.
    • Write sections of scientific papers, funding proposals, grants, and abstracts.
    • Conduct data audits, compile results, analyze and summarize audit findings.
    • Coordinate and manage the collection, delivery, entry, verification, analysis, and reporting of data.
    • Provide advice regarding data collection and analysis required for research projects.
    • Recommend modifications to processes related to data collection and data entry conventions and develop implementation plans.
    • Apply specialized knowledge and scientific principles to review, critically appraise and interpret published literature.
    • Review case report forms, determine possible protocol deviations, discrepant data, and inconsistent reporting.
    • Facilitate meetings and prepare recommendations on statistical and reporting strategies.
    • Safeguard the confidentiality of SOS Children’s Villages’ data.

    Qualifications, Experience and Skills

    • HND or Bachelor's Degree in Statistics, Mathematics, Research or related discipline
    • At least 4 years of working experience in Research Data Analysis within the NGO sector
    • Experience in Programme Research
    • Experience in Research & Statistics within the NGO Sector
    • Experience in conducting and organising qualitative fieldwork
    • Experience in designing qualitative research tools
    • Evidence of having delivered or contributed to the delivery of high-quality social research outputs
    • Experience in conducting and/or managing reviews and evaluations of projects that use both quantitative and qualitative monitoring and impact data.
    • Experience with working with teams across diverse locations (local & international)
    • Ability to collect, analyse and produce good quality data and information
    • Proven skills in data management with concrete knowledge of open-source tools
    • Experience with database management, word processing, spreadsheet and presentation software
    • Well organized, with ability to track multiple projects and deadlines.
    • Experience in providing administrative support to work teams.

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    Digital Giving Coordinator

    Position Summary

    • The role is an excellent opportunity for professionals wishing to design, lead and impact digital fundraising campaigns in Nigeria aimed at the well-being of vulnerable children, with a respected, international non-profit organization.
    • The Digital Giving Coordinator will be responsible for the implementation of our digital fundraising strategy, with focus on reach, acquisition, and engagement, in key markets in the country and internationally
    • He/she will develop, execute and evaluate digital fundraising campaigns by using appropriate channels from the digital marketing mix, including email, social media, website, search engine optimization, among others to increase income generation and our digital footprints.
    • He/she will also develop and manage landing pages, tools and graphics for online fundraising activities, including donation forms and fundraising event management to optimize donor experience and improve communication.
    • He/she will be responsible for developing and producing digital fundraising products and projects while driving innovation and exploring new possibilities in digital fundraising
    • Take a key role in the budgeting and forecasting process for the digital fundraising programme.
    • Make investment cases for new activity and growth to support decision making across the programme and fundraising.
    • Proactively manage budgets, monitor and report on digital fundraising campaigns to ensure digital fundraising delivers on target.
    • Analyse existing and potential projects/campaigns to help determine viability and prioritise, in order to effectively utilise resources and allocate space online
    • Continually look for opportunities to push digital fundraising forward and deliver exceptional experiences for donors.
    • Manage the technical set-up of SOS Children’s Villages mobile giving platform, including the creation of new donation pages and donor journeys and communications
    • Set up and manage a digital marketing programme for all leads, utilising email and SMS and other communications
    • Monitor performance on social media and web and continually look for ways to improve reach and impact of our communication
    • Create, monitor and optimize digital ads and communication products towards general and target public audiences, in line with strategies, KPIs and budgets.

    Qualifications, Experience and Skills

    • Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration, Marketing, E-Commerce, Information Technology or related discipline
    • At least 5 years proven professional experience as a Digital Giving Coordinator in the NGO/Ingo sector
    • In-depth knowledge and familiarity with social media marketing (e.g., Facebook Ads Manager) and ICT tools
    • Up to date with developments in digital technology, digital marketing fundraising techniques Demonstrates experience in leading and managing SEO/SEM, marketing database, email, social media and/or display advertising campaigns
    • Highly creative with experience in identifying target audiences and devising digital campaigns that engage, inform and motivate
    • Strong analytical skills and data-driven thinking
    • Reasonable flair for writing content relating to digital fundraising
    • Excellent analytical, as well as communication skills
    • Good knowledge of innovation in digital fundraising.

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    Child Protection Officer

    Position Summary

    • The Child Protection Officer would be responsible for implementing community-based child protection activities in an SOS Children’s Villages Programme Location.
    • This position will be responsible for the prevention and response activities of the child protection program
    • He/she will work with the community and community-based child protection structures and system, psychosocial support activities, case management and promote children’s wellbeing
    • The officer will be responsible for ensuring the protection of children from harm or abuse.
    • He/she will contribute to creating a safer and protective school environment for children using the four main key elements of protection which are;
    • Prevention (e.g. positive, supportive, safe school culture, curriculum and pastoral opportunities for children);
    • Protection (by following the agreed procedures, ensuring all staff are trained and supported to respond appropriately and sensitively to safeguarding concerns);
    • Support (for all pupils, parents and staff, and where appropriate specific intervention for those who may be at risk of harm);
    • Working with parents and other agencies (to ensure appropriate communications and actions are undertaken).
    • Uphold the SOS Children’s Villages Child Safeguarding Policy and ensure the prevention of sexual exploitation and abuse in the workplace and communities of intervention.
    • Identify gaps in service provision to children and proactively document, refer and advocate for those gaps to be filled to relevant authorities
    • He/she will closely work with the child protection stakeholders to ensure that they are addressing child protection concerns within their respective communities.

    Qualifications, Experience and Skills

    • HND / BSc Degree in social sciences or humanities (human rights, sociology, psychology or any related field)
    • Minimum of 2 years proven professional experience in Safeguarding, Development or Humanitarian Work
    • Understanding of child development issues, including knowledge of child rights, child protection, child welfare, childcare and parenting; and relevant local and national laws, regulations and protocols
    • Ability to manage sensitive information and be confidential and discrete.

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    Case Management Officer

    Position Summary

    • The Case Management Officer will be support the Case Management Manger in the implementation of the Gate-keeping and Case Management processes and procedures in the SOS Children’s Villages Programme Location.
    • This role will ensure the provision of quality case management services for children in need of care and protection in order to improve their well-being.
    • The officer will work in close collaboration with co-workers in the Family Strengthening and Alternative Care units as well as relevant stakeholders in the community to ensure that the right target groups are admitted into any of our programmes.
    • He / She will ensure that hard copies of all cases documented are kept in safe and secured cabinets with locks and keys
    • He / She will regularly update documentation and maintain the database for all documented cases, plan of action and follow-up visits
    • He / She will ensure case management steps are followed, referrals and documentation are happening in an appropriate and timely manner
    • Maintain pro-active communication with all relevant internal units to highlight challenges, propose solutions and monitor trends that could indicate negative or positive implications for children
    • Be proactive in identifying opportunities to better support children through facilitating processes, systems, etc
    • Uphold the SOS Children’s Villages Child Safeguarding Policy and ensure the Prevention of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse in the workplace and communities of intervention

    Qualifications, Experience and Skills

    • HND / B.Sc Degree in a relevant subject area, such as (Clinical Psychology, Sociology)
    • Minimum of 3 years relevant work experience in the field of Community Development or Social Services.
    • Understanding of child development issues, including knowledge of child rights, child protection, child welfare, childcare and parenting; and relevant local and national laws, regulations and protocols
    • Awareness and understanding of social development issues, such as the local and national OVC situation, gender, education, health, HIV & AIDS
    • People and organizational development skills, including facilitation skills to build the capacities of co-workers, families and partner organizations
    • Collaboration skills, being driven to work with others and able to build strong partnerships with key stakeholders
    • Demonstrates understanding of working with children and particularly vulnerable children
    • Counselling skills, including ability to advice, influence and guide programme participants and other community members

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    Policy & Advocacy Coordinator

    Locations: Gwagwalada - Abuja, Jos - Plateau, Isolo - Lagos and Owu-ijebu - Ogun
    Slots: 5

    Position Summary

    • The Policy and Advocacy Coordinator will contribute to policy development, technical analysis, background research, and content development, increase advocacy activity, including the provision of high-level policy advice, stakeholder engagement, and organize a wide range of activities to influence policies according to the scope of our programmes/projects priority areas.
    • This position acts as a key contact for government, non-government organizations, peak bodies and other stakeholders, contributes to the strategic direction of SOS Children’s Villages in Nigeria, and improves its profile by leveraging its expertise as a Child Care & Protection Organization.
    • The job role involves strategy development, research, monitoring and analyzing policy developments, information sharing, advocacy, networking and building relationships across a range of sectors (politics, policy making, child protection networks, international aid organizations, religious groups and structures, and academia).
    • He/she will develop policy and advocacy approaches, and will be responsible for providing high level policy analysis on a number of identified key issues
    • He/she will be responsible for identifying ways to address key institutional and partner capacity needs that will accelerate progress towards policy and advocacy goals
    • Provide leadership in the development of strategic plans and budgets for all Advocacy campaigns
    • Conduct engagements through existing platforms to strengthen strategic communications and stakeholder engagement
    • Determine communication methods that will generate global support required for reforms and accountability
    • Ensure that evidence-based data are generated for informed decision making and knowledge and lessons learned are effectively managed and shared
    • Coordinate activities and communicating same among a diverse set of stakeholders
    • Produce a wide range of high-quality written outputs for various audiences including well targeted policy briefings, and other outputs
    • Foster strong relationships and work closely with internal and external stakeholders in policy and advocacy work to keep abreast of key policy changes and relevant external issues, and to maximise their role as advocates for change
    • Ensure strong linkages with the Monitoring and Evaluations team so that advocacy and policy approaches are based on evidence
    • Contribute to quality program delivery and innovation in line with the documented plan
    • Analyse and provide programmatic inputs into financial reports
    • Development of short- and long-term governance and advocacy agendas
    • Collaborate with Management and support the analysis process, developing policy positions and programme strategies, establishing new networks and partnerships
    • Provide technical inputs into the design and implementation of project activities, development of advocacy strategies, delivery of capacity building activities, development and review of advocacy tools, conducting social mobilisation activities and development of relevant communication materials
    • Identifying technical working groups to partner with at the state and federal levels.

    Qualifications, Experience and Skills

    • Bachelor’s Degree in a relevant field (Law, Political Science, International Affairs, Human Rights, Sociology, Psychology or any related field)
    • At least 5 years of proven professional experience in Policy & Advocacy (at national level will be an asset)
    • Experience with leading advocacy-related studies and researches, monitoring and analysing trends and developments in national and state-level child care legislation spaces.
    • Proven experience in developing project/campaign plans
    • Proven experience in handling Advocacy Campaigns in the NGO sector
    • Sound understanding of Policy Strategies and Analysis
    • Demonstrates high level of social-cultural sensitivity when dealing with stakeholders and colleagues
    • Excellent interpersonal skills including diplomacy and tact to liaise effectively with a range of stakeholders including NGO partners, community leaders, beneficiary’s key population and government officials
    • Understand Communication Strategies
    • Proven ability to develop workplans and implement same
    • Ability to identify advocacy opportunities
    • Ability to write policy documents.

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    Youth Development Coordinator

    Position Summary

    • The Youth Development Coordinator will support all Youth Development-related activities at the programme locations and will work with other Youth Development team members and Community Development workers in supporting key matters that affect the development of youths in the Programme location.
    • He/She will coordinate the effective planning (including budgeting), implementation, and monitoring of the youth programme activities, in accordance with the organization’s policies, strategies, and available resources.
    • This role will be responsible for ensuring a comprehensive range of high standards of Youth Welfare and Empowerment by:
      • Encouraging independent entrepreneurship by inspiring young people to set up their own businesses
      • Working with relevant stakeholders and the private sector to create fair and proper jobs
      • Educating and coaching youths in skills that meet the demands of the local labor market.
    • Support the development of a strategy for SOS Children’s Villages, one that reflects needs, assets and programming direction that is in line with best practices in the fields of Education, Child Protection and Youth Livelihoods and creates synergies between different projects and programs
    • Work closely with internal stakeholders to ensure that child and youth protection issues are sufficiently integrated into all aspects of programming
    • He/She will develop and build on existing synergies with other programming areas, such as GBV, Economic Development, Health and Protection
    • Lead regular reviews of specified programs, make recommendations for improvements, and ensure lessons learned are documented and used to improve programs outcomes and approaches
    • Collaboration with protection, economic development and adolescent reproductive health programs to ensure cross-sectoral linkages and sound technical approaches
    • Effective networking and engagement with other actors and institutions designing, researching and implementing child-centred methodologies

    Qualifications, Experience And Skills

    • HND / B.Sc Degree in Business Development, Social Sciences, Youth & Community Development or related field.
    • Minimum of 5 years experience in youth business development work and business advisory; guidance and counselling of young people; entrepreneurs and/or small-medium enterprises (SMEs) or self-employments.
    • Good knowledge of Youth behavior and Youth social networks with demonstrated success in working with youth, particularly in group settings.
    • Good knowledge of Child/ Youth Development and programming with the ability to develop and implement curriculum for youth capacity building.
    • Ability to mentor and coach young people.
    • Familiar with designing and managing major donor projects and understanding of donor compliance.
    • Politically and culturally sensitive with qualities of patience, tact and diplomacy
    • Experience of working through systems of community participation and accountability.

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    Driver

    Position Summary

    • The Driver is responsible for providing assistance in meeting administrative and logistics services by picking or dropping employees at scheduled destinations
    • Delivering important documents and goods to required destinations in a timely, safe and courteous manner.
    • He/she maintains the assigned vehicle[s] in compliance with regulations and performs related duties as may be assigned by the supervisor
    • Collaborates with other co-workers for the implementation of the location’s assignments.
    • Follows delivery/pickup instructions from dispatchers and supervisor in line with the Organizational requirements
    • Ensures the car assigned to him/her is kept clean at all times

    Qualifications, Experience and Skills

    • High School or Ordinary National Diploma
    • Proven work experience as a Driver, preferably within the NGO/INGO sector
    • A trade test certificate as a Mechanic is an added advantage
    • Have excellent organisational skills with attention to detail
    • Knowledge of the geography and culture of local regions of assignment
    • Ability to navigate road maps will be an added advantage
    • Physically fit and able to lift and move heavy objects

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    Child Safeguarding Coordinator

    Position Summary

    • The Child Safeguarding Coordinator will promote, coordinate and support the implementation of the Child Safeguarding Policy in SOS Children’s Villages and all its programmes in order to mitigate child safeguarding risks for children and young people who are directly and indirectly cared for and supported through SOS Children’s Villages programmes.
    • Oversee implementation of Child Safeguarding in all our care settings and projects ensuring that services are delivered on time, on budget and in compliance with donor regulations
    • He/she will be responsible for strengthening the child safeguarding implementation strategy and promote best practices in the SOS Children’s Villages alternative care programmes.
    • He/she will champion, support and develop strategic child safeguarding alliances for SOS Children’s Villages.
    • He/she will monitor, research and represent SOS Children’s Villages on child safeguarding issues in the communities.
    • The coordinator will train and develop relevant key stakeholders on child safeguarding matters.

    Qualifications, Experience and Skills

    • HND / BSc Degree in Psychology, Social Works, Social Sciences, Forensic Science or other related areas.
    • At least 5 years of experience in the area of child safeguarding/protection and care for children and young people within the NGO sector.
    • Strong knowledge of Child Protection and Child’s Right and ability to work with multiple stakeholders, in a fast-paced environment
    • Ability to manage sensitive information and be confidential and discrete
    • Excellent knowledge and skills in child/youth/community resilience, psychosocial support, community/youth development and mobilization
    • Experience working with at-risk children
    • Proven capacity to coordinate, and coach staff in Child Protection skills and programme management
    • Experience of, and commitment to, working through systems of community participation and accountability.

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    WASH Officer

    Position Summary

    • The WASH Officer will lead and support the effective implementation of Water, Hygiene and Sanitation interventions in the programme.
    • The role holder will lead on the assessment and analysis of WASH situations of households and communities, the design of response mechanisms and the high-quality implementation of programmes
    • He/She is responsible for compiling regular action plans and quality programme reports.
    • The WASH Officer will also support the Humanitarian Response and contribute towards the smooth administration of the programme working mainly within the programme location but may have frequent contact with external partners.
    • The person is also responsible for monitoring WASH programmes, working in collaboration with other civil society organizations, local government, and other agencies (including active participation in the WASH cluster)
    • He/She will provide support in identifying and assessing the key needs of WASH facilities and services to be addressed and whom to engage and develop an appropriate implementation strategy to either construct, rehabilitate or repair such facilities.
    • He/She will support in ensuring that an engagement approach to working with communities and the local authorities, other partners is employed, and all activities are carried out in a way that is sensitive to community needs and promotes the full and equal participation of children and youth.
    • He/She will support implementation of hygiene promotion activities appropriate to the context to ensure that technical and social aspects of water and sanitation programming are integrated
    • The incumbent will support development of monthly, quarterly, semi- annual and end of projects reports on water supply and sanitation components of projects and ensure that the reports are prepared in a timely manner and in accordance with donors and SOS Children’s Villages requirements
    • He/She will maintain an up-to-date activity tracking tool (soft copies and hard copies) of all water supply and sanitation infrastructure-related activities.
    • He/She will support in contributing towards strengthening of integration of WASH programming with the other key SOS Children’s Villages program units

    Qualifications, Experience and Skills

    • HND / B.Sc Degree in Psychology, Social Works, Community Development, Social Work, Health Sciences or other related areas.
    • Minimum of 3 years relevant work experience in the field of Community Development or Social Services within the NGO sector
    • Understanding of child development issues, including knowledge of child rights, child protection, child welfare, childcare and parenting; and relevant local and national laws, regulations and protocols
    • Understanding of Community development and sustainability of programme responses and outcomes
    • Experience in community engagement approaches, participatory approaches and community negotiation
    • Ability to conduct community WASH needs assessment, program planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of WASH activities
    • Proven experience in implementing a large scale community-based water and sanitation project with evidence of successful implementation of similar projects

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    Youth Development Officer

    Position Summary

    • The Youth Development Officer will support the Youth Coordinator in the effective implementation, and monitoring of the youth programme activities, in accordance with the organization’s policies, strategies, and available resources.
    • He/she will support in maintaining effective, professional relationships with training service providers and Youth participating on the programme.
    • He/She will work with relevant stakeholders including the private sector; to provide guidance, mentorship and counselling for young people to acquire the skills that meet the demands of the labor market and guide them during internships in starting up a promising business as Entrepreneurs.
    • The Youth Officer will also continually provide counseling services to youths to help them in their businesses or overcome challenges in the workplace.
    • Collaboration with protection, economic development and adolescent reproductive health programs to ensure cross-sectoral linkages and sound technical approaches
    • Effective networking and engagement with other actors and institutions designing, researching and implementing child-centred methodologies
    • Support the development of a strategy for SOS Children’s Villages, one that reflects needs, assets and programming direction that is in line with best practices in the fields of Education, Child Protection and Youth Livelihoods and creates synergies between different projects and programs
    • Monitor expenditures against the related component of all budgets, providing feedback on progress, and guidance on future spending

    Qualifications, Experience And Skills

    • HND / B.Sc Degree in Business Development, Social Sciences, Youth & Community Development or related field.
    • Minimum of 2 years experience in youth business development work and business advisory; guidance and counselling of young people; entrepreneurs and/or small-medium enterprises (SMEs) or self-employments.
    • Good knowledge of Youth behavior and Youth social networks with demonstrated success in working with youth, particularly in group settings.
    • Good knowledge of Child/ Youth Development and programming with the ability to develop and implement curriculum for youth capacity building
    • Ability to mentor and coach young people
    • Familiar with designing and managing major donor projects and understanding of donor compliance
    • Politically and culturally sensitive with qualities of patience, tact and diplomacy
    • Experience of working through systems of community participation and accountability

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    Front Desk Officer

    Position Summary

    • The Front Desk Officer will contribute to the maintenance of a good corporate image and coordinate customer services; manage mail services; render assistance with documentation.
    • Work in close relationship with the Admin & Logistics Coordinator to provide administrative support to the National Office.
    • Grants access to visitors coming into the National Office facility
    • Attends to visitors in a courteous and professional manner.
    • Serves as a liaison between visitors and staff at the National Office
    • Attends to external phone calls to the National Office
    • Ensures the ambience at the front desk is kept clean and tidy

    Qualifications, Experience and Skills

    • HND / B.Sc Degree in Business Administration or related disciplines
    • 2 years proven experience in similar or related role within an INGO
    • Proficient in verbal and written English and a brilliant communicator with outstanding interpersonal and time management skills
    • Has a good knowledge of office management procedures
    • Excellent customer service and negotiation skills.
    • High sense of responsibility, accountability and dependability

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    Animal Husbandry Supervisor

    Position Summary

    • The incumbent will be responsible for day-to-day care, selective breeding and the raising of livestock.
    • He/She will monitor animal care, maintenance, or breeding; or packing and transfer activities to ensure work is done correctly.
    • He/She will train workers in animal care procedures, maintenance duties, and safety precautions.
    • He/She will ensure feeding and treatment of animals, and cleaning and maintenance of animal quarters.
    • Prepare reports concerning facility activities, employees’ time records, and animal treatment.
    • Establish work schedules and procedures.
    • Plan budgets and arrange for purchase of animals, feed, or supplies.
    • Consult with the Project Manager to determine production requirements, conditions of equipment and supplies, and work schedules.

    Qualifications, Experience and Skills

    • HND / BSc Degree in animal production, Veterinary Sciences with specialization in Ruminants breeding and production or any related field;
    • Relevant experience in the production and animal breeding technical assistance programmes or projects;
    • Relevant experience in food and nutrition security, agriculture and rural development
    • Minimum of 5 years similar proven experience within an INGO

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    Regional Safety & Security Coordinator

    Position Summary

    • The Regional Safety & Security Coordinator assists in maintaining a safe and secure environment for SOS Children’s Villages employees, Children /Youths, visitors, and assets as well as maintaining regular communication with staff during field movement.
    • The Regional Safety & Security Coordinator is responsible for ensuring that appropriate systems and procedures are in place to maximize safety and security and that they are adhered to at all times.
    • He/She is responsible for supporting the locations in the Region to ensure that safety, security is mainstreamed into all field operations across his/her Region, and that high-quality information is available for decision-making.
    • Work with the Safety and Security Advisor to develop, consolidate, implement, and regularly review operating procedures and security plans across the Region.
    • Assist the Safety and Security Advisor to provide training(s) that may include Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), Contingency Plans (CPs), Security Management, Incident Reporting, Prevention and Response Mechanisms, Health and Safety, Communications (including satellite phones), and risk/threat analysis
    • Initiate, review, and collate security incident reports for each field site in the region.
    • Implement, maintain, and regularly update the regional SOS Children’s Villages staff and visitors list, Security Communications Tree and SOPs as needed
    • In collaboration with the Travel Team, monitor movement and provide security guidance to regional staff on the current situation in operational areas.
    • Daily track and record all regional SOS Children’s Villages field movement within the Northern Region, maintain strong communication to report and record observations, information, and occurrences during staff movement
    • Regularly conduct regional field visits to assess field site compliance with safety and security procedure during field activities
    • Submit regular contextual updates (weekly/monthly situational reports) to the Safety and Security Advisor.
    • Work closely with regional SOS Children’s Villages field teams to ensure all incidents and accidents are follow up with an official written Incident Report, which is then shared with relevant stakeholders and filed appropriately

    Qualifications, Experience And Skills

    • HND / B.Sc Degree in Criminal Justice, Peace and Security Studies, Political Science, or a related-field in Social Science
    • Minimum of 5 years experience in the field of community engagement, risk management, safety and security management or other related fields.
    • Minimum of 3 years working in security management with INGOs or other organizations.
    • Completed formal security management training.
    • Knowledge of the geography and culture of local regions of assignment.
    • Ability to plan and organize work and write clear and concise reports and communicate effectively (both written and verbal).
    • Proven ability to read maps.

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    Child and Family Development Officer

    Responsibilities

    • The Child and Family Development Officer would be responsible for supporting the implementation of the Family Development Plans of families.
    • He/She is responsible for leading parenting and child development process for the children and the families in the project location. This includes individual home visits to each family to conduct assessment and provide hands-on support for parents, including issuing referrals for psychological support where necessary.
    • He/She will research and develop strategies for improving and ensuring the sustainability of all development initiatives for the families within SOS Nigeria locations.
    • Conduct/update situation analysis and assessments on Child and Family Development (CFD) related issues to establish evidence-based data to support holistic policy and program development and coordinated planning, implementation and monitoring of results of related programs/projects.
    • Contribute to the development/establishment of CFD plans program goals, objectives and strategies and results-based planning through research, collection, analysis and reporting of CFD related information/data for development planning and priority and goal setting.
    • Provide technical and operational support throughout all stages of programming processes by executing/administering a variety of technical, program, operational and administrative transactions, preparing related materials/documentations and complying with organizational processes and management systems, to support program planning, results-based planning (RBM) and monitoring and evaluating results.
    • Prepare required program documentation/materials/data to facilitate the program review and approval process.
    • Contribute significantly to the overall analysis, planning and development of the CFD plans
    • Monitor and report on the use of CFD plan resources (financial, administrative and other assets), verify compliance with approved allocation/goals, organizational rules, regulations/procedures and donor commitments, standards of accountability and integrity.
    • Report on critical issues/findings to ensure timely resolution by management/stakeholders.
    • Follow up on unresolved issues to ensure resolution
    • Strengthen the quality of the CFD plans through strategic use of global learning and evidence on child development

    Qualifications, Experience & Skills

    • HND / BSC Degree in a relevant subject area, such as Guidance & Counseling, Community Development, Social works etc
    • Minimum of 3 years similar work experience in the field of Community Development or Social Services in an INGO
    • Understanding of child development issues, including knowledge of child rights, child protection, child welfare, childcare and parenting; and relevant local and national laws, regulations and protocols
    • Understanding of family development and community development, and sustainability of programme responses and outcomes

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    Administration & Logistics Officer

    Position Summary

    • The Administration and Logistics Officer will provide the location office with quality facility management; including liaising with heads of units/departments and staff to identify their facilities related requirements
    • Propose and manage cost-effective solutions; supporting the work of the Administration & Logistics Unit in service monitoring and supplier management, ensuring that the required standards are maintained
    • Provide Administrative support to enable departments to function effectively and efficiently
    • Supervise Drivers, cleaners and security personnel within the location
    • Coordinate and provide logistical support for Project activities, including travel arrangements, visas, field visits, and counterpart or IOR visits
    • Coordinate events such as conferences, workshops, seminars and meetings.
    • Ensures the location office and its environment is kept clean and tidy at all times
    • Ensures that the location’s facility management practices conform to standard Health, Safety and Environmental risk practices
    • Oversees and ensures the location office implements first-class maintenance, and management culture for all assets
    • Ensures effective inventory administration
    • Coordinates routine infrastructure and inventory audit

    Qualifications, Experience and Skills

    • HND / B.Sc Degree in Business Administration or related disciplines
    • 2 years proven experience in a similar role preferably within an INGO.
    • Ability to work through stringent deadlines with acute attention to detail
    • High standards of integrity; professionalism and impartiality
    • Must be able to exhibit high level of confidentiality
    • Well-developed organizational and file management skills
    • Working knowledge of the global leading practices in facility management, fleet management, general administration, and supplier management
    • In-depth understanding of the global requirements regarding Safety, Health and Environment (HSE) in the work place
    • Deep understanding of the supplier selection process and the various suppliers available locally and internationally.
    • In-depth knowledge and understanding of administrative practices, principles and techniques
    • Ability to perform baseline record and bookkeeping functions

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    Case Manager

    Position Summary

    • The Case Manager supports the direct implementation of the Gate-keeping and Case management processes and procedures in an SOS Children’s Villages Programme location by providing services for children in need of care and protection in addition to providing mentoring and technical support to the Community Case Workers.
    • He/she will ensure the quality of case management response to beneficiaries to support their well-being (including mental health) and protection.
    • The Case Manager will also work closely with all programme units (Family Strengthening and Alternative Care), Zonal Representatives and Community Case Workers, Community Mobilisers, Education Officers, and the Child Protection Focal persons to ensure that the right target groups are admitted into any of our programmes.
    • Be responsible for providing social services in line with key child protection principles including best interests of the child, confidentiality, do no harm and child participation
    • The Case Manager will be independent, responsible for ensuring case action plans and relevant administrative processes that facilitate accountability & planning are updated on a daily and weekly basis;
    • The Case Manager will commit to maintaining excellent documentation of case management files in line with relevant processes
    • He / She will assume full responsibility to assessing the level of risk that a child is exposed to, and immediately report any cases that could evolve into high-risk cases to his/her direct line Manager
    • Maintain pro-active communication with all relevant internal units to highlight challenges, propose solutions and monitor trends that could indicate negative or positive implications for children
    • Be proactive in identifying opportunities to better support children through facilitating processes, systems, etc
    • Uphold the SOS Children’s Villages Child Safeguarding Policy and ensure the Prevention of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse in the workplace and communities of intervention.

    Qualifications, Experience and Skills

    • HND / BSc Degree in a relevant subject area, such as (Clinical Psychology, Sociology)
    • Minimum of 5 years relevant work experience in the field of Community Development or Social Services.
    • Experience in Project Management, Monitoring and Evaluation
    • Understanding of child development issues, including knowledge of child rights, child protection, child welfare, childcare and parenting; and relevant local and national laws, regulations and protocols
    • Awareness and understanding of social development issues, such as the local and national OVC situation, gender, education, health, HIV & AIDS
    • People and organizational development skills, including facilitation skills to build the capacities of co-workers, families and partner organizations
    • Collaboration skills, being driven to work with others and being able to build strong partnerships with key stakeholders
    • Demonstrates understanding of working with children and particularly vulnerable children
    • Counselling skills, including the ability to advise, influence and guide programme participants and other community members.

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    Human Resources & Organizational Development Manager

    Job Description
    The eligible candidate is required to possess the under listed skills in addition to role specific requirements:

    • Understanding the NGO/INGO sector
    • Excellent understanding of children’s rights and child protection issues
    • Awareness and basic understanding of issues affecting orphans & vulnerable children, such as the causes of vulnerability (e.g. HIV & AIDS, gender discrimination, poverty, etc.), local and national responses, etc.
    • Excellent command of written and spoken English – other languages, an asset
    • Strong analytical and reporting skills, including ability to identify problems and possible solutions, and ability to clearly reflect these in a report.
    • Good communication skills and People development skills, including facilitation, coaching and mentoring skills, to build the capacities of co-workers from partner organizations; as well as of children and their care-givers, and other community members
    • Collaboration skills, being driven to work with others and able to build strong working relationships community members and groups
    • Fluent in at least one of the local languages spoken in the Programme’s target communities
    • Ability and willingness to travel as required within and between project/programme locations
    • Ability to work successfully in a cross-cultural, team-based environment
    • Strong use of MS Office Word, Excel and PowerPoint, Office 365.

    Position Summary

    • The Human Resource & Organizational Development (HROD) Manager will oversee, communicate and implement HR plans & policies.
    • He / she will ensure delivery of HR operations to support the development of the National Association, manage & administer Recruitment, Orientation, Compensation & Benefits, Performance Management, Staff Development and other HR activities.
    • The HROD Manager will lead the development of National HR strategies, plans & budgets that support the NA’s strategic objectives and ensure full implementation of defined HR standards and good practices.
    • He / She will advise on organizational & job design/redesign to support the Association’s changing strategic priorities. Build a strong and aligned human resource base within the National Association to ensure that organizational objectives can be fully supported
    • He / She will promote the application of organizational values, legal and ethical standards, and good management practices
    • The HROD Manager will support the development of a stable, committed and high-performing workforce by implementing a functional Performance Management Framework
    • He / She is responsible for ensuring that proper background checks are conducted during the recruitment process for co-workers to align with the Child Safeguarding/Child Protection Policy in the Organization.

    Qualifications, Experience and Skills

    • A Master's Degree in Human Resources / Organization Development / Business Administration, Public Administration or any other related field.
    • At least 10 years of experience in a generalist HR Management and relevant operational services as well as strong technical knowledge in Organizational Development
    • Minimum of 7 years managerial or senior advisory experience
    • Excellent competency in Human Resources and organization development process management, individual and organizational capacity assessment & building and organizational learning skills
    • Strong experience in HROD policy and strategy review and development
    • Good grasp of and experience in change management, organizational design and restructuring processes
    • Strong experience in compensation and benefits management processes is essential
    • Strong communication, presentation, planning, priority setting, analytical and creativity skills.

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    Biogas Digester Supervisor

    Position Summary

    • This position will design and supervise technical aspects of the work of trained Biodigesters masons.
    • Provide stakeholder training during construction and at commissioning; demonstration of slurry field application including information on mixing ratios, quantities and frequency of application for common crops at each target site and carry out research and development initiatives.
    • Explore and advise on potential packaging of biogas and bio-slurry among farmers and other biodigesters users in the locality;
    • Monitoring and reporting on uptake and sales of biodigesters technology.
    • Promote and market biodigester technology and implement Quality Control and Enforcement (QCE) procedure.

    Qualifications, Experience and Skills

    • HND / B.Sc Degree in Agricultural Engineering or any relevant discipline.
    • At least 5 years direct experience in designing, constructing and quality control of biogas digester technology.
    • Demonstrated experience and work conducted on similar projects within an INGO.

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    Crop Supervisor

    Position Summary

    • The Crop Supervisor will coordinate activities of agricultural crop or horticultural workers such as cultivation, irrigation, harvesting of crops, product packaging and equipment maintenance.
    • Train workers in techniques such as planting, harvesting, weeding, or insect identification and in the use of safety measures.
    • Inspect crops and fields to determine maturity, yield, infestation, or work requirements, such as cultivating, spraying, weeding, or harvesting.
    • Maintain inventories of materials, equipment, or products
    • Directs or assists in adjustment, repair, and maintenance of farm machinery and equipment
    • Prepares periodic reports regarding farm conditions, crop yields, machinery breakdowns, or labor problems
    • Maintains operational records.

    Qualifications, Experience and Skills

    • HND / BSc Degree in Agricultural Science or any related field;
    • Relevant experience in the crop production and technical assistance programmes or projects;
    • Relevant experience in food and nutrition security, agriculture and rural development
    • Minimum of 5 years similar proven experience within an INGO.

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    Education & Health Coordinator

    Position Summary

    • The Education and Health Coordinator is responsible for organizing efforts in supporting the education and health-related interventions for programme beneficiaries (Family Strengthening and Alternative Care) in the programme locations.
    • The incumbent will be responsible for developing quality initiatives and reports for all the education and health interventions and ensures compliance with standards, rules, processes and procedures in the education and health interventions.
    • He/She is also responsible for ensuring that support and monitoring mechanisms are put in place to improve, develop and provide access to the educational and health needs of the children of our target group.
    • Work closely with the team, partners, government and beneficiaries to ensure coordination and appropriate community involvement in our programmes
    • Ensure project activities are consistent with SOS Children’s Villages programming principles and approaches, draw on relevant best practices and lessons learned, enable children to attain their rights and are compliant with donor regulations.
    • Organize training plans with the Program Manager and provide ongoing support to improve the capacity of the Community Mobilizers, Education Officers, and Facilitators based on the identified training needs
    • Plan, implement and monitor programming in within the planned time frame and in accordance with the operational strategy.
    • Conduct assessments as necessary to determine health and education needs in the community, with the support of the Programme Manager

    Qualifications, Experience and Skills

    • HND / B.Sc Degree in a relevant subject area, such as (Education Administration, Health Education, Health Sciences)
    • Minimum of 4 years relevant work experience in the field of Community Development or Social Services.
    • Understanding of child development issues, childcare and parenting; and relevant local and national laws, regulations and protocols
    • Awareness and understanding of social development issues, such as the local and national OVC situation, gender, education, health, HIV & AIDS
    • People and organizational development skills, including facilitation skills to build the capacities of co-workers, families and partner organizations
    • Collaboration skills, being driven to work with others and able to build strong partnerships with key stakeholders
    • Sound technical knowledge and strong competency in the field of Health, Education and Child development

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    Internal Audit and Compliance Officer

    Position Summary

    • The Internal Audit and Compliance Officer will be responsible for the evaluation of the effectiveness of governance, risk management and control systems in SOS Children’s Villages by conducting regular internal Audit & Control reviews on the financial and programmatic activities of functions in the Nigeria National Office, and sub-offices where SOS Children’s Villages implements projects in Nigeria.
    • He/She will identify gaps and risks of non-compliance with policies, donor requirements & local laws with recommendations, and follow up on additional controls for the protection of the SOS Children’s Villages Nigeria’s programme’s assets, funds, reputation and compliance with applicable donor guidelines and policies.
    • Develop appropriate audit & compliance policies and methodologies
    • Ensure adequate assessment of risks and controls relating to SOS Children’s Villages’ activities and ensure compliance with established control procedures
    • Ensure periodic checks are conducted on program accounts, inventories and assets
    • Organise and oversee the audit & compliance process and ensure timely reporting within established quality levels and according to the audit plan
    • Ensure periodic inspection of all departments in accordance with regulatory requirements
    • Analyse and review the monthly financial management reports
    • Ensure that violations of operational procedures are properly investigated and make appropriate recommendations on preventive/remedial action
    • Liaise with the law enforcement agencies in the conduct of special investigations into incidences of fraud and other irregularities
    • Conduct periodic evaluation of the adequacy of internal controls and efficiency /effectiveness of operations
    • Participate in process improvement/redesign as well as systems implementation efforts to ensure adequate attention is given to control considerations
    • Initiate and conduct spot checks on financial transactions and activities
    • Assess quality of security and controls built into SOS Children’s Villages’ computer systems
    • Participate in disaster recovery exercises
    • Provide regular, accurate and objective reports/updates for management attention.

    Qualifications, Experience And Skills

    • HND / B.Sc Degree in Accounting, Economics, Finance or a related field in Social Science
    • Professional certifications e.g ACA, CIA, ICAN or CISA
    • Minimum of 5 years’ experience in Finance, Accounts, Compliance or Audit
    • Minimum of 3 years working as an Auditor with an INGOs
    • Ability to establish good working relationships with stakeholders and partners, through impeccable communication, presentation and negotiation skills.
    • Demonstrated skills, knowledge and experience in auditing, internal audit standards, ethics and fraud awareness
    • Capacity to work collaboratively with staff in the interest of delivering internal audit and compliance functions.
    • Ability to lead and manage effective audit and investigations teams.
    • Understanding of the principles and application of good corporate governance, operational risk management, and effective controls.
    • Good knowledge of information systems auditing and security
    • Demonstrated superior understanding of operational dynamics

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    Psychologist

    Responsibilities

    • The Psychologist will support in evaluating children who are experiencing emotional difficulties and provide a treatment plan.
    • He/she will support to assess the child to determine the problem, develop a therapeutic strategy and meet with the child in a therapeutic setting.
    • His/her job will include education, guidance and support for families – working with parents individually and in groups to teach parents proactive behavioral prevention strategies.
    • He/She will work with care-givers and relevant stakeholders to ensure the holistic development of children and youth.
    • Collaborate with relevant childcare duty-bearers on developmental and protection of children and youth in our sector.
    • Support in the design and implementation of child and youth care programmes of SOS Children’s Villages.
    • Monitor trends and research best practices in the field of child/youth care for impact
    • Ensure data confidentiality, ownership of project beneficiaries and SOS Children’s Villages.
    • Guarantee the confidentiality of clinical interviews / individual or group counselling
    • Identify and implement relevant and innovative quality interventions, respecting SOS Children’s Villages strategy, international standards and national policies. 

    Qualifications, Experience & Skills

    • HND / BSC Degree in Pscychology or related field
    • Minimum of 5 years’ experience as Counselling psychologist/ Mental Health
    • At least 5 years working experience in an NGO
    • Good knowledge of Social/Development work
    • Counselling skills, including ability to advice, influence and guide programme participants and other community members
    • Understanding of child development issues, including knowledge of child rights, child protection, child welfare, childcare and parenting.

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    National Maintenance Coordinator

    Position Summary

    • The National Maintenance Coordinator will oversee and lead maintenance procedures and actions at SOS Children’s Villages in Nigeria.
    • He/She is responsible for a variety of tasks related to maintaining and improving the organization’s facilities and equipment
    • Carry out periodic inspections to determine repairs needed.
    • Liaise with service providers to perform regular inspections of equipment and fix faults in line with laid-down procurement policy.
    • He/She will communicate and support the maintenance, record keeping and performance tracking of equipment in the National Office
    • Carry out minor repairs of office equipment and facilities such as furniture, equipment, electrification, plumbing, etc.
    • He/She will technically supervise the programme locations’ Maintenance Officers on major faults and maintenance needs.

    Qualifications, Experience and Skills

    • Bachelor's Degree in Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Architecture, Electrical Engineering, Facility Management or related field.
    • Courses in mechanical drawing, woodworking, electricity, and blueprint reading, would be advantageous.
    • 5 years proven experience in a similar role preferably within an INGO.
    • Relevant licenses and certificates will be required.
    • Physical strength and good hand-eye coordination

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    Programme Manager

    Position Summary

    • The Program Manager will be responsible for leading the implementation of the project in SOS Children’s Village Programme in Edo.
    • He/She will be responsible for overall management of all components of the project, ensuring excellence and quality inputs at all stages.
    • Develop and lead capacity building efforts, including training and technical support, of stakeholders and frontline service providers to strengthen identification, protection, and support to victims of trafficking.
    • Lead capacity building efforts of children’s institutions within communities to strengthen identification, protection, and child-centered support to child victims of trafficking and other vulnerable children, ensuring that children are protected and cared for in line with their needs and best interests.
    • Ensure that technical guidance, tools, and SOPs are implemented in line with national guidelines, principles, and best practices, and adequately consider the unique needs of victims of trafficking.
    • Develop and maintain effective and productive working relationships with relevant government stakeholders, service providers, and partners in the field of counter-trafficking and child-friendly justice.
    • Monitor delivery of training, conferences and meetings, and ensure corrective actions are initiated and tracked when required.
    • Perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned to ensure that goals and objectives of Child Protection projects are met.
    • Build relationships with agencies and organizations working on trafficking mitigation and response.

    Qualifications, Experience and Skills

    • HND / B.Sc Degree in a relevant subject area, such as Guidance & Counseling, Community development, Social works etc.
    • A minimum of 5 years of professional experience in a similar role in an INGO.
    • Proven experience in Anti Sex and Human trafficking.
    • Management experience will be an added advantage.
    • Previous experience working and coordinating with other stakeholders (police, shelter homes, other NGO’s, etc.).
    • Understanding of family development and community development, and sustainability of programme responses and outcomes.
    • Experience in the field of Human Trafficking services and/or prevention including prior experience with, or demonstrated commitment to, developing and implementing a collaborative approach to addressing the complex needs of trafficked victims.

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    Maintenance Officer

    Position Summary

    • The overview of the role is to preserve the good condition and functionality of the location premises through varieties of maintenance activities like installation, painting, landscaping.
    • Survey, plan and facilitate the maintenance of facilities in the location.
    • Assist in the setup of ventilation, refrigeration and other systems and conduct repairs as necessary.
    • Perform manual repairs – locks, windows, etc and general upkeep procedures

    Qualifications, Experience and Skills

    • Diploma or certificate from an accredited institution
    • Minimum of 3 years proven experience in facility maintenance preferably within an INGO.
    • Basic understanding of electrical, installation, painting and general maintenance processes and methods
    • Working knowledge of tools, common appliances and devices as well as manual dexterity and problem-solving skills
    • Physical strength and good hand-eye coordination

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    Community Development Officer

    Position Summary

    • The Community Development Officer would be responsible for supporting the development and implementation of the Community Development Plans.
    • This position will also act as the focal person to support the key implementing partners in the development and the implementation of their CBO capacity development.
    • They will research and develop strategies for improving and ensuring the sustainability of all development initiatives for the CBOs and the communities within SOS Children’s Villages Nigeria locations.
    • Work with team members in coordinating and facilitating the implementation of program activities.
    • Attend regular meetings as scheduled and actively encourage and promote effective communication and strong working relationships within the team, local government, local leaders and the communities served.
    • Facilitate coordination meetings, advocacy meetings and awareness-raising sessions at the community level, together with community care providers
    • Ensure the community-based activities are conducted and follow up is done properly.
    • Improve quality of life of vulnerable groups through cost-effective, evidence-based locally appropriate interventions.
    • He/She will provide support in multi-sectoral advocacy movements through active engagement of the community, policy makers, and Government authorities at all levels.

    Qualifications, Experience and Skills

    • HND / B.Sc Degree in a relevant subject area, such as Guidance & Counseling, Community Development, Social works etc.
    • Minimum of 3 years similar work experience in the field of Community Development or Social Services in an INGO.
    • Understanding of child development issues, including knowledge of child rights, child protection, child welfare, childcare and parenting.
    • Sound understanding of relevant local and national laws, regulations and protocols.
    • Understanding of family development, community development, and sustainability of programme responses and outcomes.
    • Counselling skills, including ability to advice, influence and guide programme participants and other community members.

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    Accounts Manager

    Responsibilities

    • The Accounts Manager will drive the implementation of the Finance function at the programme location to ensure that local legislative requirements and organization’s standards are met and; by supporting internal finance policies and guidelines and provide relevant accounting information to the Programme Manager and National Office Finance & Controlling function.
    • Lead on the delivery of a range of financial planning, management and reporting services required management and programme team & Government.
    • Responsible for providing relevant, accurate, complete, and timely financial accounting and management information in line with SOS Children’s Villages requirements.
    • Lead on Financial Risk Management, Control and Compliance processes – including managing audit process,
    • Oversee, coordinate, and prepare the location’s operating budgets, financial forecasts, and interim financial statements.
    • Responsible for ensuring timely provision of relevant and reliable financial information to relevant stakeholders
    • Monitor compliance with SOS Children’s Villages cost management practices, policies and procedures.
    • Monitor Grant budgets and ensure compliance with expenditure
    • Monitor the maintenance of fixed assets inventory/register in the location and performance of annual budget.
    • Oversee preparation of comprehensive, proactive and timely financial and management information, including tax, cash flow and statutory accounts in the location.
    • Design and monitor implementation of systems and controls to ensure compliance with tax and other financial regulatory provisions.
    • Report financial status by developing forecasts, reporting results, analysing variances, and developing improvements.
    • Oversee, review, and adhere to the budgets for the location
    • Interpret complex financial information and provide updates and information as needed.
    • Monitor cash flow, accounts, and other financial transactions within the location.
    • Supervise financial assistants and other employees in the facilitation of day-to-day operations, including tracking financial data, invoicing, payroll, etc.
    • Prepare official reports on a monthly, quarterly and annual basis.
    • Seek out methods and practices to minimize financial risk.

    Qualifications, Experience and Skills

    • HND / BSC Degree in Finance, Accounting or other related fields
    • Qualified Accountant (ACA, ACCA, CMA) with at least 4 years post-qualification experience
    • Minimum of 6 years’ experience in a relevant managerial and project finance environment with evidence of continuous professional development and a very detailed understanding of financial control processes
    • Evident experience in managing key finance function in NGO/INGO sector
    • Ability to interpret financial data and support non-financial managers to deliver against financial performance indicators
    • Experience of an ERP system (Microsoft Navision preferably) and Advanced Microsoft Excel skills

    Method of Application

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