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Nigeria Stability and Reconciliation Programme (NSRP) is a five year Programme aimed at supporting the initiatives of Nigerian actors and institutions to manage conflicts non-violently more often and reduce the impact of violent conflict on the most vulnerable population. The Programme will support interventions at the federal level but focus more on 8 states in 4 zones worse affected by violent conflict in Nigeria. These are the North East, North West, Middle Belt and the Niger Delta.
NSRP is committed to fair and competitive procurement processes, and we are inviting curriculum vitae (CVs) from qualified international and national consultants to develop NSRP case studies.
We are recruiting to fill the position below:
Interested and qualified candidates should send their CV's with the information that will clearly show their relevant experience on similar job, and address the requirements of the terms of reference (ToR) of their consultancy (Annex) to: NSRP@ng.britishcouncil.org
Candidate should include as their e-mail subject the title of the consultancy for which they are applying for, also indicate if they are submitting as an International or National consultant.
Note: Conflict of interest where present must be declared - no doing so will render your application at any stage of this consultancy invalid and the British Council will recover from you any financial payment already made to you. (Conflict of interest in this instance means where you have family relations/spouse/friends/business associates who are working for NSRP, you are currently working for an organisation that is in partnership with NSRP).