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  • Posted on: 18 September, 2014 Deadline: Not Specified
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  • CONTEXT:
    CCFN in collaboration with Catholic Relief Services CRS/Nigeria is preparing to implement the Support to vulnerable Household for Accelerated Revenue Earning (SHARE) project funded by USAID Nigeria Based m rural cornmcmues in Northern Nlgeria's Sokoto, Kebbi nd Federal Capital Territory (FCT) SHARE will use a muiti-sector approach that will help 42,000 very poor household; (HHs) grow their agricultural production, incomes (through improved nutrition) and help strengthen community and government systems to support these gains.
    This advert is therefore placed for the following positions:

    State Coordinator

     

    SUMMARY JOB DESCRIPTION/ROLES
    The State Coordinator will coordinate the implementation and monitoring of sub-grants to civil society organizations (CSOs) in Kebbi State. He\She will manage the process of developing, reviewing and implementing CSO work plans and budgets, and provide technical assistance and training as appropriate to CSO partners in collaboration with technical team leads, to ensure that high standards of program quality are established and maintained. The State Coordinator works closely with the Senior Program Manager, the M&E Associate, the Finance and Compliance Associate and other SHARE staff members to ensure that CCFN and partner CSOs meet their deliverables for Kebbi State and submit programmatic and financial documentation in a timely manner. He\She represents CCFN at meetings with the State authorities and other technical forums.

    PERSON SPECIFICATION/REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS

    • A development professional with a minimum of 4 years of program management at supervisory level in a reputable NGO.
    • Experience working with CSOs and building CSO capacity is desirable.
    • Must have good understanding of Northern Nigerian culture including language
    • This position requires excellent communication (written and oral), people skills and the ability to manage and motivate diverse teams.
    • Computer proficiency in Word, Excel,Outlook and Power point is essential.
    • A postgraduate level qualification in a development-retated area will be an advantage.
    • Must be prepared to reside in Kebbi but preferably an indigene of Kebbi State.

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    Monitoring and Evaluation Associate

     

    Summary Job Description/Roles
    The M&E Associate works in close collaboration with the State Coordinator. He reports in terms of everyday work to the Senior Program Manager. He also coordinates very closely with the SHARE M&E Director based in CRSNigeria. The position oversees the capturing and anaiyzing of project results to better understand the outcomes of the project. His\her principal responsibilities include the development and deployment of systems, structures and pathways for collecting, collating, gathering and anaivzing planning, monitoring and reporting information on the SHARE project. The M&E Associate also identifies opportunities for innovation in information capturing and use, and will work closelv in efforts to use information technology to improve overall quality and impact in the use of lCT for Development (ICT4D).

    Person Specification/Required Qualifications

    • Degree in Statistics; Population Studies, Public Health or Social Science and development studies or Management (or equivalent, preferably with a health focus)
    • Minimum five years relevant monitoring and evaluation experience and also research and evaluation experience, including the ability to analyse research and evaluation findings and other information.
    • Demonstrable knowledge and understanding of donor environment, donor relations and donor M&E and reporting systems
    • Experience of monitoring and evahlatioo stfategies and systems development
    • Excellent analytical, writing and verbal communication skills
    • Ability to professionally represent CCFN to host government and other organizations
    • Supervisory experience and experience in developing and managing teams
    • Ability to work both in a team and independently and ability to transfer knowledge through formal and informal training;
    • Demonstrated capacity to develop and monitor capacity budding.
    • Demonstrable ability to work collegially, including strong interpersonal, cross cultural, and training / mentoring skills.
    • Demonstrated capacity to work closely with, understand, and support Church partners .
    • Experience working with governments at dlfferent levels helpful.
    • Excellent English language oral and written communication skills.
    • Proficiency in MS Office suite, including Word, Excel and Outlook.

     

    Method of Application

    Please read the attached job description, interested applicants should send a detailed CV and an appllcation letter attached as separate MS Word documents to hrccfn@ccfng.org. Apphcations should reach us on or before close of business 24th September, 2014. Qualified women are encouraged to apply.

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