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  • Posted on: 22 October, 2019 Deadline: 12 November, 2019
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  • Deloitte is the largest private professional services network in the world. Everyday, approximately 286,200 professionals in more than 150 countries demonstrate their commitment to making an impact that matters.Our West Africa practice serves multinationals, large national enterprises, small and medium-sized enterprises and the public sector across Nigeria and Ghana.

    In Nigeria, Deloitte is one of the leading professional services firms, specializing in providing Audit, Tax, Consulting, Risk Advisory and Financial Advisory services. We serve clients in a variety of industries from financial services, consumer, telecommunications, media & technology, energy resources & Industrial and government and public services.

    We are recruiting to fill the following positions below:

    Young Professional - Livelihood (State Level)

     

    Locations: Abia, Edo, Kebbi, Niger, Ogun and Taraba
    Job Type: Contract

    Job Summary

    • The Young Professionals will provide support to strengthen the quality of implementation of each of the components of the Project.
    • The young professionals will deliver technical leadership in developing anchor sector strategies, implementation plans, knowledge products and other documents as required.
    • They will ensure that project interventions are performed as planned and to bring about the desired impacts as listed in the project results framework through monitoring, evaluation, research and documentation of lessons learnt.

    Responsibilities
    Provide support in the following:

    • Preparation of needs and response analysis in order to put together the right framework for policies and procedures.
    • Diagnosis of livelihood interventions in the state and identifying key areas specifically for proposed project
    • Conceptualizing thematic policies and developing strategies for the proposed project
    • To build up strategies to promote livelihoods through various kinds of partnerships that would allow for sector based technical assistance
    • Develop guidelines/training manual for the participatory planning at the village level to develop livelihood plan.
    • Identify State and LGA specific livelihood opportunities and resource institutions for the various target groups
    • Provide strategic technical leadership in developing livelihood sector strategies, implementation plans, monitoring plans and knowledge products.
    • Provide advice and inputs in strengthening program staff capacity in planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of livelihood activities as well as other components of the program as required.
    • Suggest approaches to enhance the quality of existing livelihoods programs, drawing on international and local best practice.
    • Support with developing M&E tools in order to monitor and evaluate programs and conducting assessments of livelihood projects by using efficient methodology Identify technical gaps in knowledge and skills among staff and partners and develop capacity to make the recipients self-sufficient.
    • Any other tasks as assigned by the National Project Coordinator

    Requirements

    • Minimum of First Degree or Master’s degree in Social Sciences, Economics or related field
    • A professional qualification will be added advantage
    • Minimum of 6 years multistate relevant experience in the field of livelihoods with poverty reduction programs/project being run by the government/large NGOs/reputed corporate entities or donor agencies.
    • Proven skills in livelihood sector analysis, activities implementation design & process steps, mapping & needs assessment surveys, monitoring and evaluation plans, and action plans.
    • Past performance in supervision, training and coaching staff in livelihood programming and results-based project management.
    • Sound knowledge of participatory methodologies.
    • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills (both speaking and oral) in English and the ability to prioritize, meet deadlines, and achieve results through collaboration.
    • Strong analytical skills, including experience leading economic & livelihood assessments in a recovery context.
    • Proven skills in providing capacity development support to local partners.
    • Previous working experience in Nigeria.
    • Languages: Fluency in both written and spoken English.


    Note: Applicants should specify their state of interest.

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    Young Professional - Project Communications/Public Relations (State Level)

     

    Locations: Abia, Edo, Kebbi, Niger, Ogun and Taraba
    Job Type: Contract

    Job Summary

    • The Young Professionals will provide support to strengthen the quality of implementation of each of the components of the Project.
    • The young professionals will deliver technical leadership in developing anchor sector strategies, implementation plans, knowledge products and other documents as required.
    • They will ensure that project interventions are performed as planned and to bring about the desired impacts as listed in the project results framework through monitoring, evaluation, research and documentation of lessons learnt.

    Responsibilities
    Provide support in the following:

    • Design and implement a communications strategy and plan to increase awareness of the achievements of the Project and its beneficiaries
    • Monitor local and international press coverage and monitor effectiveness of the communications strategy
    • Provide feedback to inform ongoing public relations activities and future programmes.
    • Assist the Project Team in developing appropriately branded public information documentations and events
    • Identify Project’s communication and awareness needs to ensure prevention of uncertainty and ambiguity on its role, responsibility and neutrality
    • Plan, craft and communicate the project’s messages to the public and other stakeholders and ensure overall continuity of institutional consistency and image;
    • Develop and maintain strategic relations and partnerships with the media, government bodies, relevant stakeholders, Non-governmental actors and donors;
    • Responsible for overall Information and Communication Strategy
    • Write stories, Opinion pieces, press releases and news about project’s most important achievements to be placed in the national and international media as well as in the local and regional websites;
    • Promote the project’s work in the media by organizing and facilitating interviews with the National and State Coordinators, Commissioners and any person authorized to do so in writing by the project;
    • Ensure and maintain the cooperation and communication with mass-media and other organizations.
    • Assist in the preparation of schedules, briefing materials, scene setters, briefings with the Project Team and partners.
    • Maintain a calendar of the project events in close coordination with the Project Team and implementing partners.
    • Design, develop and disseminate all outreach materials and activities to advertise beneficiaries’ products to target audience and media, including outreach folders and fact sheets, newsletters, blog entries, tweets, brochures, website, photo essays, video and public service announcement/advert (PSA) campaigns for broadcast and print media.
    • Travel to the field to get to know projects and capture success stories for dissemination through website, outreach folders and to media
    • Design, develop, market and maintain project social media page
    • Produce reports highlighting program developments, achievements and success stories.

    Requirements

    • Minimum of First Degree or Master’s degree in Communication or Journalism or related field
    • A professional qualification will be an added advantage
    • Minimum of six (6) years experience in field of communications
    • Ability to plan and execute a deliberate and sustained communication strategy.
    • Extensive knowledge of the Nigeria Media scene
    • Demonstrated experience in managing a comprehensive strategic communications program to advance an organization’s mission and goals;
    • Demonstrated skill and comfort in proactively building relationships and demonstrating influence with staff at all organizational levels.
    • Extensive experience working in organizational communication and public relations.
    • Proven experience in using social media and Web 2.0 approaches.
    • Familiarity with current web-based tools, apps, and IT platforms.
    • Excellent analytical skills
    • Excellent written and oral communication skills.
    • Demonstrated ability to organize workload, respond to multiple demands, and meet short deadlines.
    • Demonstrated flexibility and openness in responding to changing work priorities and environment.

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    Young Professional - Innovation and Partnership (State Level)

     

    Locations: Abia, Edo, Kebbi, Niger, Ogun and Taraba
    Type: Contract

    Job Summary

    • The Young Professionals will provide support to strengthen the quality of implementation of each of the components of the Project.
    • The young professionals will deliver technical leadership in developing anchor sector strategies, implementation plans, knowledge products and other documents as required.
    • They will ensure that project interventions are performed as planned and to bring about the desired impacts as listed in the project results framework through monitoring, evaluation, research and documentation of lessons learnt.

    Responsibilities
    Provide support in the following:

    • Provide coordination of key Project partnerships in the development and implementation of a pilot innovation product development programmes.
    • Forge strategic relationship that will help deliver results in a resourceful manner by using the latest technology and solutions in areas such as M&E, Grants delivery, community mobilization and Learning.
    • Showcase, replicate and scale up successful innovative ventures that have demonstrated measurable success in the project areas.
    • Partner with Private sector players to take advantage of the high mobile penetration rate in Nigeria to bridge information gap women groups.
    • Facilitate partnership between women and financial institutions, to create business processes and systems that improve their businesses without unneccesary transactions costs.
    • Coordinate research and development of select future technology areas alongside partnerships team as well as provide support and coordination to market research activities with chosen partner(s).
    • Work with key partners to design handbooks/booklets on future areas that will address criteria for products created with social need and impact in mind.
    • Support design thinking across innovation work including support of partnership with organizations and academic institutions to explore integration into projects.
    • Produce, write, edit and organize materials related to associated partnerships, as well as for internal stakeholders and support events work with provision of concepts, content, participants.
    • Provide expertise on innovation activities when requested including communications, monitoring and evaluation efforts, speaking engagements, etc.

    Requirements

    • Minimum of First Degree or Master's degree in International Development, Public Health, Public Policy, Communications and related fields
    • A professional qualification will be added advantage
    • 6 or more years of relevant, progressively responsible professional work experience at the national and international levels in programme and relationship management
    • Experience in start-up organizations combined with established relevant and extensive linkage in community activities. .
    • Experience in project management, development of project management tools such as task prioritization, budget monitoring, regular progress updates to all stakeholders and rolling out of large scale projects especially in hard to reach areas.
    • Proven capacity to work with and encourage collaboration among teams across different locations and with different technical skills
    • Capacity to support coordination and participation in events with multiple stakeholders
    • Proven ability to manage relationships with partners, including government ministries, women groups, universities, intellectual leaders, NGOs and the private sector
    • Strong writing and communication skills and the aptitude to handle competing messages and priorities with multiple audiences and management of complex partnerships
    • Understanding of mobile technology for development, familiarity with information systems and communication technologies is an asset.
    • Entrepreneurial, creative, and innovative thinker who can also translate ideas into practical applications
    • Ability to think strategically, and act with initiative to deliver results with analytical, negotiating, communication and advocacy skills
    • Demonstrated ability to work in a multicultural environment and establish harmonious and effective working relationships, both within and outside the organization.

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    Young Professional - Monitoring & Evaluation, Knowledge Management (State Level)

     

    Locations: Abia, Edo, Kebbi, Niger, Ogun and Taraba
    Job Type: Contract

    Job Summary

    • The Young Professionals will provide support to strengthen the quality of implementation of each of the components of the Project
    • The young professionals will deliver technical leadership in developing anchor sector strategies, implementation plans, knowledge products and other documents as required
    • They will ensure that project interventions are performed as planned and to bring about the desired impacts as listed in the project results framework through monitoring, evaluation, research and documentation of lessons learnt.

    Responsibilities
    Provide support in the following:

    • Develop an evidence-based toolkit, gathering and evaluating tools and incorporating them in a kit for use in the Project
    • Coordinate research and baseline surveys for the project. Support use of relevant approaches to project evaluations and increase the generation and use of evidence-based practices (EBP)
    • Develop M&E systems for projects using mobile and other innovative technologies as appropriate and practical
    • Develop an M&E field assessment guide for field projects and introductory training material for field-based M&E officers
    • Provide technical assistance, training and mentoring in M&E

    Knowledge Management:

    • In close collaboration with BCC Consultant and Communications Consultant, prepare knowledge management products for the project
    • Scan relevant development literature, and support staff’s use of evidence in program design and development using an implementation science approach.
    • Design and implement a system for gathering and organizing existing tools using previously inventoried information to create a database of technical approaches and accompanying materials (tool, manuals, and curricula).
    • Support the dissemination of learning through the placement of articles in peer-reviewed journals, trade conferences and other public fora.

    Additional Responsibilities:

    • Conduct site visits to projects to provide training, technical support and monitoring visits

    Requirements

    • Minimum of a First Degree or Master's Degree in Evaluation, Research or related field in International Development
    • A professional qualification will be added advantage
    • Minimum of six (6) years’ experience in evaluation in international development;
    • Previous experience working with knowledge management and learning platforms
    • Demonstrated commitment to issues and programs in gender equality, educational access, livelihoods, civic engagement, leadership & capacity development; and experience in design and implementation of baseline/endline surveys and special studies among vulnerable populations.
    • Extensive field experience in M&E and baseline/endline surveys.
    • Demonstrable experience addressing M&E requirements for donors such as USAID, DFID, World Bank, large foundations and/or others.
    • Experience developing cross-cutting skills in capacity development, community-led development, gender integration, governance and CLA
    • Knowledge and demonstrated proficiency in quantitative and qualitative methods, M&E planning, M&E system improvement; data use and data visualization;
    • Demonstrated ability in database management, routine data quality assurance (RDQA), data flow, geographic information systems (GIS), project and program indicator selection and documentation;
    • Excellent writing and research management skills;
    • Strong training, coaching and facilitation skills:
    • Effective communication skills (written and oral) for proposal preparation and communication with donors;
    • Computer skills in institution-supported software (Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, SPSS, and PowerPoint);
    • Ability to meet deadlines and manage multiple tasks; and must be a team player with good interpersonal skills.
    • Demonstrated ability to independently schedule and manage work and lead M&E/knowledge management/learning platforms
    • Ability to maintain the highest ethical standards at all times.

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    Young Professional - Gender (State Level)

     

    Locations: Abia, Edo, Kebbi, Niger, Ogun and Taraba
    Job Type: Contract

    Job Summary

    • The Young Professionals will provide support to strengthen the quality of implementation of each of the components of the Project.
    • The young professionals will deliver technical leadership in developing anchor sector strategies, implementation plans, knowledge products and other documents as required.
    • They will ensure that project interventions are performed as planned and to bring about the desired impacts as listed in the project results framework through monitoring, evaluation, research and documentation of lessons learnt.

    Responsibilities
    Provide support in the following:

    • Provide technical leadership to the federal and state teams on gender and gender-based violence (GBV - prevention and mitigation) issues across the project;
    • Work closely with the respective specialists to develop women’s empowerment strategies and work plans for the project;
    • Facilitate gender trainings with project staff and program stakeholders for project staff and community stakeholders; support addressing social norms with champions including traditional, religious and community leaders;
    • Liaise with the relevant organizations, associations, stakeholders, and counterparts in the public and private sectors to enhance women’s’ participation in social and economic spheres;
    • Design and conducts project gender analysis with key findings and actionable recommendations, and integrate analysis results into a comprehensive gender integration plan;
    • Collaboratively implement a strategic, long-term programmatic vision for the project;
    • Review and provide input to project work plans, with attention to gender dimensions of technical activities and operations, and discuss gender issues and priorities with project senior management and other technical specialists;
    • Liaise with technical component leaders to ensure that gender considerations are assessed and accounted for;
    • Write project reports and prepares internal documentation as required;
    • Maintain active relationships with gender specialists and others in related organizations and programs in the project states; the country and the region;
    • Maintain an up-to-date and thorough understanding of gender issues related to project components;
    • Support the FPCU on all aspects of GBV risk identification, mitigation and management under the project including any GBV and Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (SEA) reporting requirements. The specialist will support the SPCUs to reassess the GBV/SEA risk throughout project implementation and ensure that the mitigation strategy is updated for newly identified risks;
    • Coordinate with UNFPA SGBV sub-working group, SRH discussions, and other relevant groups to raise issues and influence to engage with other clusters to determine which sectoral programs /interventions target women, and young girls, etc. in relation to addressing GBV;
    • Ensure that the Consultations/ Stakeholders Engagement Plan includes provisions or a communication strategy to inform potential risks and impacts on local communities related to GBV and the existing mitigation measures;
    • Based on the project’s initial GBV risk assessment, prepare internal guidelines defining the approach for the preparation, implementation, monitoring and reporting of SEA/GBV prevention and response on the project that could be used as a framework.

    Requirements

    • Minimum of First Degree or Master's degree in Gender Studies, Development Studies, Political Science or other related field
    • A professional qualification will be added advantage
    • Minimum of six (6) years of experience in programme management of gender equality, gender mainstreaming or women empowerment policies/projects/programmes
    • Knowledge of gender equality at the institutional level with at least five (5) years of experience in planning, design, preparation and delivery of gender equality strategies, preferably for UN Agencies
    • Strong understanding of UN system frameworks and structures, particularly those related to gender equality and women’s empowerment, both in programme and operations.

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    Young Professional - Behavioural Change Communications (State Level)

     

    Locations: Abia, Edo, Kebbi, Niger, Ogun and Taraba
    Job Type: Contract

    Job Summary

    • The Young Professionals will provide support to strengthen the quality of implementation of each of the components of the Project.
    • The young professionals will deliver technical leadership in developing anchor sector strategies, implementation plans, knowledge products and other documents as required.
    • They will ensure that project interventions are performed as planned and to bring about the desired impacts as listed in the project results framework through monitoring, evaluation, research and documentation of lessons learnt.

    Responsibilities
    Provide support in the following:

    • Lead the development, implementation and monitoring of the Project BCC Strategy;
    • Develop/ review technical resource materials (e.g., training materials, strategy documents, job aids) and programming tools to support meeting project objectives.
    • Conduct formative research and field testing for BCC messages and materials development as required
    • Strengthen the capacity of the FWASD BCC Anchor and Young Professionals
    • Work with partners to design communication and messaging content.
    • Strengthen capacities of government and other partners to develop and manage communication activities.
    • Support other non-BCC related communication activities of the Project. This will require the development of a comprehensive communication strategy for the project which will include but not limited to communication through mass media; new media channels (e.g. social media) and oral media channels at the national, state and community/local levels;
    • Provide constant guidance and technical as well as on-the-spot assistance to the project team during rolling out of the BCC and outreach activities;
    • Work with project communication and PR Assistant Adviser on the production of all types of communication materials such as brochures, newsletters, presentations, briefing notes for senior officers, media releases and others
    • Assist the M&E specialist in the FPMU to ensure all indicators relevant to BCC are captured in the project M&E system, and relevant data is collected and analyzed; and
    • Review the progress of all BCC related activities and prepare regular reports for submission to Project Coordinator.

    Requirements

    • Minimum of First Degree or Master’s degree in Development Communications, Journalism, Mass Communications, Social Development International Development or related Social Sciences
    • A professional qualification will be added advantage
    • Minimum of 6 years multistate relevant experience demonstrating state-of-the-art expertise in the design of behavior change communications strategies, messages and interventions.
    • Demonstrated ability to address behaviour change issues in improving gender related issues.
    • Previous experience working in the development of government BCC and advocacy policy at national levels in the areas of nutrition, health, or agriculture
    • Willingness to occasionally travel and work with rural communities.
    • Well-versed with working in MS office environment
    • Good communication skill (both speaking and oral) in English
    • Ability to work as part of a team
    • Knowledge/experience in gender equality and women’s empowerment will be an added advantage.

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    Young Professional - Community Institution Building (State Level)

     

    Locations: Abia, Edo, Kebbi, Niger, Ogun and Taraba
    Job Type: Contract

    Job Summary

    • The Young Professionals will provide support to strengthen the quality of implementation of each of the components of the Project
    • The young professionals will deliver technical leadership in developing anchor sector strategies, implementation plans, knowledge products and other documents as required
    • They will ensure that project interventions are performed as planned and to bring about the desired impacts as listed in the project results framework through monitoring, evaluation, research and documentation of lessons learnt.

    Responsibilities
    Provide support in the following:

    • Conduct assessment of the various institutions within the communities to understand the existing systems, structures and entry points; The result of the assessment will be utilized appropriately to reach the various stakeholders in the community
    • Assist in the identification of project champions at state, LGA and Ward levels
    • Work with the LGA and Wards to conduct the LGA assessment. This will be done in collaboration with the FPCU, SPCUs & LPIUs and others;
    • The Consultant will partner with various community-based groups, from grassroots organizations to local and state departments, to build Institutional capacity and remove institutional barrier;
    • Facilitate LGA missions for continuous engagement with SPCUs, LPIUS and other Stakeholders on Institution Building activities;
    • Support in carrying out Project Capacity Building; as well as provision of cross-sectoral support within the project;
    • Provide technical backstopping to the project by ensuring quality control of all Institution Building activities at all levels;
    • Assess the Project’s technical, operational and human resources needs. This assessment should include recommendations for practical and cost-effective means of offering targeted assistance.
    • Conduct an internal capacity assessment that evaluates existing structures, procedures and capacities; analyze expected workload; and identify areas where additional capacities need to be established.
    • Build on the knowledge and capacity that is already present in the project; making more effective use of locally available resources; and introducing new knowledge in a way that is sustainable.
    • Develop capacity to plan, organize and implement and manage different project Cycles in a professional, independent and sustainable manner over time.
    • Any other task assigned by the Project Coordinator.

    Requirements

    • Minimum of a First Degree or Master's Degree in Economics, Finance, Human Resource Development
    • A professional qualification will be added advantage
    • Minimum of 6 years’ multistate experience in Public Sector organizations.
    • Experience of working with International donors e,g. The World Bank, AfDB, etc.
    • Demonstrative knowledge of developing Capacity Building Plans.
    • Knowledge of the GOK systems, policies and structures.
    • Good knowledge of election management processes
    • Knowledge of Public Policy Development
    • Knowledge of Strategic Planning
    • Proven ability to work effectively with diverse groups of people.

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    Procurement Consultant (State Level)

     

    Locations: Abia, Edo, Kebbi, Niger, Ogun and Taraba
    Type: Contract

    Job Summary

    • The Procurement consultants will develop a work plan to ensure the completion of the tasks listed below in a manner consistent with the international best practice and standards.
    • The Consultants will cover the complete procurement cycle applicable to the procurement methods specified in applicable regulations.

    Responsibilities

    • Participate in preparation and periodical update of Project’s Annual Procurement Plans (APP), carry out verification of APP and its update;
    • In cooperation with other project staff to establish and maintain an information database on procurement services, technology services, suppliers of equipment, consultants, etc.;
    • Carry out procurement as per the applicable regulatory procedures;
    • Maintain reporting procurement system in accordance with the Project Operational Manual (POM) provisions;
    • Set up a monitoring capacity within the entities for overseeing project procurement actions and coordinating necessary approvals or correcting shortcomings in procedures or conclusions;
    • Provide guidance the tender/bids evaluation panelists;
    • Organization and management of project records/archives;
    • Preparation and publication of procurement notices as applicable under various procurement methods (ICB, NCB, LIB, International/National Shopping (IS/NS), QCBS, QBS, CQ, IC, etc);
    • Coordinate with the project team and beneficiaries in preparation of technical specifications and TOR documents with specific emphasis on ensuring they are comprehensive, generic and minimizing risks of misinterpretation at the evaluation stage;
    • Preparation of bidding documents, request for proposals and other documents based on sample forms provided in the Project Implementation Manual (PIM);
    • When necessary, develop a list of suppliers and contractors for shopping and short lists for consulting packages taking into account suppliers, contractors, consultants’ experience and qualifications;
    • Administrative and procedural support in technical and commercial evaluation of bids and the preparation of Bid Evaluation Reports in accordance with the PIM provisions;
    • Administrative and procedural support in evaluation of technical and financial proposals of consultants and preparation of technical and final evaluation reports in compliance with the PIM provisions;
    • Preparation of contracts in full conformity with the PIM forms;
    • Contract negotiations and signing;
    • General contract administration and monitoring;
    • Verification of payment documents under contracts for the supply of goods, works and services; and
    • Contract closure procedures and final reporting;
    • Develop and discuss alternative solutions to identified problems.
    • Explore the most viable solution and discuss this with the FPCU/SPCU
    • Assist in the application of the agreed corrective measures
    • Provide hands-on training to the FPCU/SPCU on implementation matters covering procurement, disbursements, report writing, etc.
    • Conduct post-implementation review
    • Participate at meetings aimed at improving project implementation
    • Any other responsibility relating to the project as required by the project coordinator.

    Requirements

    • Degree in Procurement, Management, Industrial Engineering, Project Management, or related fields.
    • Minimum of five (5) years of experience as a procurement consultant or manager in a donor funded project.
    • Experience as procurement consultant for World Bank assisted projects or similar Multilateral Institution environment such as ADB or similar organizations.
    • Experience in preparing bidding documents for large works/goods contracts.
    • Must have carried out similar responsibilities listed above.
    • Demonstrate professional integrity and the ability to coordinate team activities.

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    Social Mobilization Consultant (Federal Level)

     

    Locations: Abia, Edo, Kebbi, Niger, Ogun and Taraba
    Job Type: Contract

    Job Summary

    • The Social Mobilization Consultant will ensure the integration of community mobilization activities into communication and advocacy campaigns and initiatives in order to achieve effective liaison with local partners to facilitate the implementation of community projects through grants/facility to women Affinity Groups (WAGS) with relevant Officers.

    Responsibilities

    • Diagnosis of social inclusion and mobilization status in project states and identifying key areas for proposed project intervention
    • Conceptualizing thematic policies and developing strategies for proposed project
    • Developing annual intervention plan with cost implications. Successfully mapping best practices of Social Mobilization (SM) `to state plan for up-scaling.
    • Developing Community Operational Manual or Community Driven Manual and keep updating the same based on implementation feedback
    • Be part of developing State Project Implementation Plans (SPIP) and proposed project implementation framework as well as systems in the state.
    • Developing need-based partnership with academic institutions/training institutions/civil society organization etc. for implementing interventions in the state.
    • Encourage and maintain harmonious & professional work culture and support team in various states in delivery of program goals.
    • Analyze collected information from the target location and prepare summaries, briefing notes, implementation plans and roadmaps
    • Prepare and implement a coordinated response to the needs of the communities;
    • Provide mentorship to the community mobilization officers and to communities when it is needed;
    • Ensure close and effective collaboration with the service providers and civil society in the target locations to enhance their participation in the working groups on community security and social cohesion;
    • Ensure community participation includes the most vulnerable and marginalized groups;
    • Leads needs assessments in target areas to inform program development and implementation utilizing tools developed by Community Security and Social Cohesion and community security personnel;
    • Supervise the preparation of training plans for community organizations, leaders or focal points;
    • Promote the Project by providing substantive input for stories, articles and other PR activities;
    • Perform any other tasks as assigned by the National Project Coordinator

    Requirements

    • Post Graduate degree or PG Diploma in Social Sciences and related fields.
    • Minimum of 7 years' multistate relevant experience in the field of social mobilization, community institution building and livelihoods promotion for poor with poverty reduction programs/project being run by the government/large NGOs/reputed corporate entities or donor agencies.
    • Well-versed with working in MS office environment
    • Possess good communication skill (both speaking and oral)
    • Ability to work as part of a team
    • Knowledge/experience in gender equality and women’s empowerment will be an added advantage.

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    Monitoring & Evaluation, Knowledge Mgt Consultant (Federal & State Level)

     

    Locations: Abia, Edo, Kebbi, Niger, Ogun and Taraba
    Job Type: Contract

    Job Summary

    • Monitoring and Evaluation, Knowledge Management Consultants are responsible for developing and maintaining rigorous systems and processes for M&E, knowledge management and continuous learning on the project.
    • Project performance will be monitored at the output, outcome and impact levels in accordance with the project results framework.

    Responsibilities

    • Develop an evidence-based toolkit, gathering and evaluating tools and incorporating them in a kit for use in the Project
    • Coordinate research and baseline surveys for the project. Support use of relevant approaches to project evaluations and increase the generation and use of evidence-based practices (EBP)
    • Develop M&E systems for projects using mobile and other innovative technologies as appropriate and practical
    • Develop an M&E field assessment guide for field projects and introductory training material for field-based M&E officers
    • Provide technical assistance, training and mentoring in M&E

    Knowledge Management:

    • In close collaboration with BCC Consultant and Communications Consultant, prepare knowledge management products for the project
    • Scan relevant development literature, and support staff’s use of evidence in program design and development using an implementation science approach.
    • Design and implement a system for gathering and organizing existing tools using previously inventoried information to create a database of technical approaches and accompanying materials (tool, manuals, and curricula).
    • Support the dissemination of learning through the placement of articles in peer-reviewed journals, trade conferences and other public fora.

    Additional Responsibilities:

    • Conduct site visits to projects to provide training, technical support and monitoring visits

    Requirements

    • Master’s Degree in Evaluation, Research or related field in International Development
    • Minimum of ten (10) years’ experience in evaluation in international development;
    • Minimum of five (5) years’ experience working with knowledge management and learning platforms
    • Demonstrated commitment to issues and programs in gender equality, educational access, livelihoods, civic engagement, leadership & capacity development; and experience in design and implementation of baseline/endline surveys and special studies among vulnerable populations.
    • Extensive field experience in M&E and baseline/endline surveys.
    • Demonstrable experience addressing M&E requirements for donors such as USAID, DFID, World Bank, large foundations and/or others.
    • Experience developing cross-cutting skills in capacity development, community-led development, gender integration, governance and CLA
    • Knowledge and demonstrated proficiency in quantitative and qualitative methods, M&E planning, M&E system improvement; data use and data visualization;
    • Demonstrated ability in database management, routine data quality assurance (RDQA), data flow, geographic information systems (GIS), project and program indicator selection and documentation;
    • Excellent writing and research management skills;
    • Strong training, coaching and facilitation skills:
    • Effective communication skills (written and oral) for proposal preparation and communication with donors;
    • Computer skills in institution-supported software (Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, SPSS, and PowerPoint);
    • Ability to meet deadlines and manage multiple tasks; and must be a team player with good interpersonal skills.
    • Demonstrated ability to independently schedule and manage work and lead M&E/knowledge management/learning platforms
    • Ability to maintain the highest ethical standards at all times.

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    Livelihood Consultant (Federal and State Level)

     

    Locations: Abia, Edo, Kebbi, Niger, Ogun and Taraba
    Job Type: Contract

    Job Summary

    • The Livelihood Consultants will provide advice and guidance to strengthen the quality of implementation of livelihood components of the project
    • The Consultants will provide strategic technical leadership in developing livelihood sector strategies, implementation plans, knowledge products and other documents as required
    • The Consultants will ensure that project interventions are performed as planned and bring about the desired impacts as listed in the project results framework through monitoring, evaluation, research and documentation of lessons learnt.

    Responsibilities

    • Preparation of needs and response analysis in order to put together the right framework for policies and procedures
    • Diagnosis of livelihood interventions in the state and identifying key areas specifically for proposed project
    • Conceptualizing thematic policies and developing strategies for the proposed project
    • To build up strategies to promote livelihoods through various kinds of partnerships that would allow for sector based technical assistance
    • Develop guidelines/training manual for the participatory planning at the village level to develop livelihood plan.
    • Identify State and LGA specific livelihood opportunities and resource institutions for the various target groups
    • Provide strategic technical leadership in developing livelihood sector strategies, implementation plans, monitoring plans and knowledge products.
    • Provide advice and inputs in strengthening program staff capacity in planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of livelihood activities as well as other components of the program as required.
    • Suggest approaches to enhance the quality of existing livelihoods programs, drawing on international and local best practice.
    • Support with developing M&E tools in order to monitor and evaluate programs and conducting assessments of livelihood projects by using efficient methodology Identify technical gaps in knowledge and skills among staff and partners and develop capacity to make the recipients self-sufficient.
    • Any other tasks as assigned by the National Project Coordinator

    Requirements

    • Minimum of a Master's Degree in Social Sciences, Economics or related field (A professional qualification will be an added advantage)
    • Minimum of 10 years multistate relevant experience in the field of livelihoods with poverty reduction programs/project being run by the government/large NGOs/reputed corporate entities or donor agencies.
    • Minimum of 10 years of experience in Livelihoods, Food Security and Economic Strengthening programming in context of rural livelihoods enhancement and development. (Experience should cover both semi-urban and rural settings)
    • Proven skills in livelihood sector analysis, activities implementation design & process steps, mapping & needs assessment surveys, monitoring and evaluation plans, and action plans.
    • Past performance in supervision, training and coaching staff in livelihood programming and results-based project management.
    • Sound knowledge of participatory methodologies.
    • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills (both speaking and oral) in English and the ability to prioritize, meet deadlines, and achieve results through collaboration.
    • Strong analytical skills, including experience leading economic & livelihood assessments in a recovery context.
    • Proven skills in providing capacity development support to local partners.
    • Previous working experience in Nigeria.
    • Languages: Fluency in both written and spoken English.

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    Community Institution Building Consultant (State & LGA Level)

     

    Locations: Abia, Edo, Kebbi, Niger, Ogun and Taraba
    Job Type: Contract

    Job Summary

    • Community Institution Building Consultants will provide technical support to the project in its efforts to implement the project in accordance with internationally recognized standards; and to help in building, a sustainable institutional capacity to achieve deliverables that are genuine and periodic; and have the full confidence of the stakeholders.
    • The Consultant will engage a broad range of community actors in the formal and informal Institutions, such as Government Institutions, (NGOs), Faith-Based Organizations (FBOs) etc. to enable them contribute as partners investing in the sustainability and effectiveness of the project.

    Responsibilities

    • Conduct assessment of the various institutions within the communities to understand the existing systems, structures and entry points; The result of the assessment will be utilized appropriately to reach the various stakeholders in the community
    • Assist in the identification of project champions at state, LGA and Ward levels
    • Work with the LGA and Wards to conduct the LGA assessment. This will be done in collaboration with the FPCU, SPCUs & LPIUs and others;
    • The Consultant will partner with various community-based groups, from grassroots organizations to local and state departments, to build Institutional capacity and remove institutional barrier;
    • Facilitate LGA missions for continuous engagement with SPCUs, LPIUS and other Stakeholders on Institution Building activities;
    • Support in carrying out Project Capacity Building; as well as provision of cross-sectoral support within the project;
    • Provide technical backstopping to the project by ensuring quality control of all Institution Building activities at all levels;
    • Assess the Project’s technical, operational and human resources needs. This assessment should include recommendations for practical and cost-effective means of offering targeted assistance.
    • Conduct an internal capacity assessment that evaluates existing structures, procedures and capacities; analyze expected workload; and identify areas where additional capacities need to be established.
    • Build on the knowledge and capacity that is already present in the project; making more effective use of locally available resources; and introducing new knowledge in a way that is sustainable.
    • Develop capacity to plan, organize and implement and manage different project Cycles in a professional, independent and sustainable manner over time.
    • Any other task assigned by the Project Coordinator.

    Requirements

    • Master's in Economics, Finance, Human Resource Development.
    • 10 years’ experience in Public Sector organizations.
    • Experience of working with International donors e,g. The World Bank, AfDB, etc.
    • Demonstrative knowledge of developing Capacity Building Plans.
    • Knowledge of the GOK systems, policies and structures.
    • Good knowledge of election management processes
    • Knowledge of Public Policy Development
    • Knowledge of Strategic Planning
    • Proven ability to work effectively with diverse groups of people.

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    Local Government Coordinator

     

    Locations: Abia, Edo, Kebbi, Niger, Ogun and Taraba
    Job Type: Contract

    Job Summary

    • The Local Government Coordinators would ensure the management, operational, financial, procurement, monitoring and evaluation responsibilities of the Project are carried out consistently with project implementation plan.
    • The Local Government Coordinators will work under the supervision and guidance of the States Project Coordinators.
    • The LGA Project Coordinators will provide leadership for project implementation at the LGA levels, supported by a multi- disciplinary team of staff and technical consultants who will work exclusively for the project at the LGA.

    Responsibilities

    • Coordinate the Wards project’s activities in conformity with the Financing Agreement of FGN and Donor Organisation and as stipulated in the Project Appraisal Document;
    • Undertake/delegate field visits, and surveys in order to monitor and evaluate Project implementation; and identify problems and propose remedial action/alternative courses of action to accelerate/improve Project delivery at the Ward level;
    • Participate in the development of the Annual State Work Plan for the Project and monitor compliance to ensure objectives and targets are met and achieved
    • Coordinate the Formation of the LGA Technical Committee
    • Liaise with other relevant Programmes and Technical Departments in the Public Sector and Privates Sector to ensure synergy
    • Facilitate and manage capacity building relevant government departments at the LGA and wards levels
    • Ensure that the use of equipment and supplies procured is strictly for purposes of the Project
    • Establish and enhance systems of internal control to ensure compliance with the requirements of the Government of Nigeria and the donor organisation
    • Ensure the proper monitoring of all imprest accounts record
    • Facilitate the Project’s events at the LGA/Ward levels
    • Review and evaluate the Project’s staff performance at the LGA/Wards levels and submit to SPCU
    • Serve as focal point for communication with the SPCU project team
    • Perform any other relevant duties assigned by the State Project Coordinator.

    Requirements

    • A university degree or equivalent in Management, Economics, Finance, Accounts, Engineering or any relevant field.
    • An advanced degree or professional qualifications in the relevant fields will be an added advantage
    • Minimum of ten (10) years firsthand experience in Bank-funded projects. Proven track record and extensive experience in this regard would be an added advantage
    • Minimum of six (6) years’ experience in coordinating/implementing multi-component, multi-level Project
    • Experience working with various government agencies and/or donor agencies, of which 5 years should be at senior/top management with project management background
    • Established leadership and project management skills
    • Good communication written and oral skills.
    • Ability to provide high level advise on finance/accounts and procurement matters
    • Knowledge/experience in gender equality and women’s empowerment will be an added advantage
    • Knowledge and experience with the World Bank operational procedures and guidelines relating to project management, procurement and disbursement
    • Proven ability to establish and maintain effective, pleasant and trusting working relationships with a wide range of individuals and groups.
    • Possess strong interpersonal and diplomatic skills, supportive team player, with a passion for results, enthusiasm for mentoring, and a commitment to learning and sharing knowledge
    • Ability to work long hours and inspire others with his/her hard work
    • Proficiency in computer applications, particularly, MS Word, MS Excel and Lotus Notes is essential

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    Behavioural Change Communication (BCC) Consultants (State & LGA Level)

     

    Locations: Abia, Edo, Kebbi, Niger, Ogun and Taraba
    Job Type: Contract

    Job Summary

    • The BCC Consultant will provide direction, communication technical expertise, and oversight of all project BCC activities for the Project.

    Responsibilities

    • Lead the development, implementation and monitoring of the Project BCC Strategy;
    • Develop/ review technical resource materials (e.g., training materials, strategy documents, job aids) and programming tools to support meeting project objectives.
    • Conduct formative research and field testing for BCC messages and materials development as required
    • Strengthen the capacity of the FWASD BCC Anchor and Young Professionals
    • Work with partners to design communication and messaging content.
    • Strengthen capacities of government and other partners to develop and manage communication activities.
    • Support other non-BCC related communication activities of the Project. This will require the development of a comprehensive communication strategy for the project which will include but not limited to communication through mass media; new media channels (e.g. social media) and oral media channels at the national, state and community/local levels;
    • Provide constant guidance and technical as well as on-the-spot assistance to the project team during rolling out of the BCC and outreach activities;
    • Work with project communication and PR Assistant Adviser on the production of all types of communication materials such as brochures, newsletters, presentations, briefing notes for senior officers, media releases and others
    • Assist the M&E specialist in the FPMU to ensure all indicators relevant to BCC are captured in the project M&E system, and relevant data is collected and analyzed; and
    • Review the progress of all BCC related activities and prepare regular reports for submission to Project Coordinator.

    Requirements

    • Master's Degree/PhD in Development Communications, Journalism, Mass Communications, Social Development International Development or related Social Sciences.
    • Strong, demonstrated understanding of Behavioural Change Communication as a form of strategic communication, with at least 10 years of relevant experience in BCC work.
    • Minimum of 7 years of experience demonstrating state-of-the-art expertise in the design of behavior change communications strategies, messages and interventions.
    • Demonstrated ability to address behaviour change issues in improving gender related issues.
    • Previous experience working in the development of government BCC and advocacy policy at national levels in the areas of nutrition, health, or agriculture
    • Willingness to occasionally travel and work with rural communities.
    • Well-versed with working in MS office environment
    • Good communication skill (both speaking and oral) in English
    • Ability to work as part of a team
    • Knowledge/experience in gender equality and women’s empowerment will be an added advantage.

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    Innovation and Partnership Consultant (Federal Level)

     

    Locations: Abia, Edo, Kebbi, Niger, Ogun and Taraba
    Type: Contract

    Job Summary

    • The Innovation and Partnership Consultant will provide strategic guidance and management of the Project’s Innovation portfolio of solid collaborations amongst stakeholders of the project.
    • The Consultant’s responsibilities will be carried out in accordance with the project’s broader innovation strategy, and support innovation programmes and priorities.
    • This is to support innovative approaches aimed at addressing supply side barriers, including access to financial services as well as improving effective project implementation.

    Responsibilities

    • Provide coordination of key Project partnerships in the development and implementation of a pilot innovation product development programmes.
    • Forge strategic relationship that will help deliver results in a resourceful manner by using the latest technology and solutions in areas such as M&E, Grants delivery, community mobilization and Learning.
    • Showcase, replicate and scale up successful innovative ventures that have demonstrated measurable success in the project areas.
    • Partner with Private sector players to take advantage of the high mobile penetration rate in Nigeria to bridge information gap women groups.
    • Facilitate partnership between women and financial institutions, to create business processes and systems that improve their businesses without unneccesary transactions costs.
    • Coordinate research and development of select future technology areas alongside partnerships team as well as provide support and coordination to market research activities with chosen partner(s).
    • Work with key partners to design handbooks/booklets on future areas that will address criteria for products created with social need and impact in mind.
    • Support design thinking across innovation work including support of partnership with organizations and academic institutions to explore integration into projects.
    • Produce, write, edit and organize materials related to associated partnerships, as well as for internal stakeholders and support events work with provision of concepts, content, participants.
    • Provide expertise on innovation activities when requested including communications, monitoring and evaluation efforts, speaking engagements, etc.

    Requirements

    • Master's degree in International Development, Public Health, Public Policy, Communications and related fields
    • 10 or more years of relevant, progressively responsible professional work experience at the national and international levels in programme and relationship management
    • Experience in start-up organizations combined with established relevant and extensive linkage in community activities. .
    • Experience in project management, development of project management tools such as task prioritization, budget monitoring, regular progress updates to all stakeholders and rolling out of large scale projects especially in hard to reach areas.
    • Proven capacity to work with and encourage collaboration among teams across different locations and with different technical skills
    • Capacity to support coordination and participation in events with multiple stakeholders
    • Proven ability to manage relationships with partners, including government ministries, women groups, universities, intellectual leaders, NGOs and the private sector
    • Strong writing and communication skills and the aptitude to handle competing messages and priorities with multiple audiences and management of complex partnerships
    • Understanding of mobile technology for development, familiarity with information systems and communication technologies is an asset.
    • Entrepreneurial, creative, and innovative thinker who can also translate ideas into practical applications
    • Ability to think strategically, and act with initiative to deliver results with analytical, negotiating, communication and advocacy skills
    • Demonstrated ability to work in a multicultural environment and establish harmonious and effective working relationships, both within and outside the organization.

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    Grievance Redress and Feedback Mechanism Consultant (Federal Level)

     

    Locations: Abia, Edo, Kebbi, Niger, Ogun and Taraba
    Job Type: Contract

    Job Summary

    • The Grievance and Redress Feedback Mechanism Consultant will be responsible for the development of a Grievance Redress and Feedback Mechanism (GRFM) for the Project.

    Responsibilities

    • Characterize grievances, key actors, causes, and costs.
    • Identify current types of feedback and grievances related to project operations Identify additional issues people anticipate
    • What are possible causes of these grievances? How often do they seem to arise?
    • Whom do the community members/project affected persons/stakeholders blame for the issues (the project, government agency, a subcontractor, or others)?
    • Characterize the current system for handling complaints if any
    • Identify formal, informal, and ad hoc approaches inside the company for addressing grievances.
    • Identify mechanisms for early intervention or resolution so cases do not escalate
    • Identify existing preventive measures
    • Identify forms of stakeholder engagement peculiar to the project
    • Identify project communication channels with the community
    • Methods for anticipating potential conflicts during the project
    • Characterize existing community systems for handling grievances and locate local dispute resolution capacity
    • How does the community typically handle conflicts? (Consider traditional systems based on clan, religious, or other customary institutions; government systems such as citizen mediation centre; or privately created systems such as centers for arbitration, or conciliation)
    • Evaluate dynamics working for or against the introduction of a grievance mechanism inside and outside the project
    • Are there existing mechanisms that could be viewed as competing?
    • Propose a plan to continuously improve GRM and communicate the final GRM mechanism to stakeholders.
    • Develop a framework for the feedback and grievance redress mechanism, including a plan for building on strengths and closing the gaps (if any)

    Requirements

    • Master's Degree in Dispute and Conflict Resolution, Sociology or similar qualification
    • Minimum of ten (10) years working experience undertaking analytical studies relating to conflict resolution and the development of grievance redress and feedback mechanisms
    • Experience in the area of social conflicts
    • Experience with Alternative Dispute Resolution/ membership of ADR bodies is relevant

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    Gender Consultant (Federal and State Level)

     


    Locations: Abia, Edo, Kebbi, Niger, Ogun and Taraba

    Job Summary

    • The Gender Consultants will work across the project to assure that gender issues are analyzed throughout the project and interventions are designed to maximize women’s economic empowerment and decision making, access to productive resources, and improve opportunities to increase household incomes.

    Responsibilities

    • Provide technical leadership to the federal and state teams on gender and gender-based violence (GBV - prevention and mitigation) issues across the project;
    • Work closely with the respective specialists to develop women’s empowerment strategies and work plans for the project;
    • Facilitate gender trainings with project staff and program stakeholders for project staff and community stakeholders; support addressing social norms with champions including traditional, religious and community leaders;
    • Liaise with the relevant organizations, associations, stakeholders, and counterparts in the public and private sectors to enhance women’s’ participation in social and economic spheres;
    • Design and conducts project gender analysis with key findings and actionable recommendations, and integrate analysis results into a comprehensive gender integration plan;
    • Collaboratively implement a strategic, long-term programmatic vision for the project;
    • Review and provide input to project work plans, with attention to gender dimensions of technical activities and operations, and discuss gender issues and priorities with project senior management and other technical specialists;
    • Liaise with technical component leaders to ensure that gender considerations are assessed and accounted for;
    • Write project reports and prepares internal documentation as required;
    • Maintain active relationships with gender specialists and others in related organizations and programs in the project states; the country and the region;
    • Maintain an up-to-date and thorough understanding of gender issues related to project components;
    • Support the FPCU on all aspects of GBV risk identification, mitigation and management under the project including any GBV and Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (SEA) reporting requirements. The specialist will support the SPCUs to reassess the GBV/SEA risk throughout project implementation and ensure that the mitigation strategy is updated for newly identified risks;
    • Coordinate with UNFPA SGBV sub-working group, SRH discussions, and other relevant groups to raise issues and influence to engage with other clusters to determine which sectoral programs /interventions target women, and young girls, etc. in relation to addressing GBV;
    • Ensure that the Consultations/ Stakeholders Engagement Plan includes provisions or a communication strategy to inform potential risks and impacts on local communities related to GBV and the existing mitigation measures;
    • Based on the project’s initial GBV risk assessment, prepare internal guidelines defining the approach for the preparation, implementation, monitoring and reporting of SEA/GBV prevention and response on the project that could be used as a framework.

    Requirements

    • Post graduate degree or Post graduate diploma in Gender Studies, Development Studies, Political Science or other related fields.
    • Minimum of seven (7) years of experience in programme management of gender equality, gender mainstreaming or women empowerment policies/projects/programmes
    • Knowledge of gender equality at the institutional level with at least five (5) years of experience in planning, design, preparation and delivery of gender equality strategies, preferably for UN Agencies
    • Strong understanding of UN system frameworks and structures, particularly those related to gender equality and women’s empowerment, both in programme and operations

     

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    Transfer Pricing Consultant

     

    Location: Victoria Island, Lagos
    Job type: Full-time

    Job Descriptions

    • Conduct functional, risk, business, industry, intercompany transactions and economic analyses
    • Prepare Transfer Pricing (TP) reports and documentation
    • Represent clients on TP audits and reviews conducted by the tax authority
    • Manage clients and provide the highest level of client service on engagements
    • Define project work plan and scope
    • Prepare budget/fee estimates
    • Manage engagement performance schedules
    • Build and maintain relationships with clients
    • Make technical decisions
    • Develop and coach junior team members

    Qualifications

    • Possess a Bachelor's degree (B.Sc., B.A., Engineering etc.) or Higher National Diploma (HND) in any discipline with a minimum of second class upper/upper credit
    • Have a minimum of credit in five WASSCE/GCE/NECO Ordinary Level subjects or acceptable equivalent examination, including Mathematics and English Language in one sitting only
    • Membership of ICAN, ACCA, or CITN would be an added advantage
    • Minimum of  3-5 years of relevant work experience in Transfer Pricing
    • Clear understanding, citation and application of the TP guidelines and regulations
    • Good logical reasoning, problem solving and analytical skills
    • Sound writing, oral communication and presentation skills
    • Data management and analysis experience
    • Proficiency in the use of computer packages such as Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Project Office, Access, etc. Very good use of PowerPoint and Excel is a strong advantage
    • Proficiency in the use of transfer pricing tools and databases

    Additional Information
    What Impact Will You Make?

    • Every day, your work will make an impact that matters, while you thrive in a dynamic culture of inclusion, collaboration, and high performance. As the undisputed leader in professional services, Deloitte is where you will find unrivalled opportunities to succeed and realize your full potential.

    Benefits

    • At Deloitte, we know that great people make a great organization. We value our people and offer employees a broad range of benefits.

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    Global Trade Advisory Consultant

     

    Location: Victoria Island, Lagos
    Job type: Full-time

    Job Descriptions

    • Participate in engagements requiring analysis of client records
    • Understand national and international trade requirements, and align client trade functions with their business objectives
    • Advise multinational companies on global import and export strategies and compliance requirements
    • Participate in duty-optimization planning such as free trade zones, bonded warehouses, free trade programs, duty drawback, and preferential trade agreements
    • Represent clients on customs duties audits conducted by customs and trade authorities around the world
    • Work with clients to assess and potentially automate their international trade management procedures within all major trading regions
    • Help importers and exporters achieve worldwide compliance and realize efficiencies and advantages in their global supply chain
    • Participate in planning and compliance assistance, and exploration of automated import and export solutions
    • Participate in supply chain efficiency planning including trade and security, customs valuation planning, first sale for export planning, and the analysis of transfer pricing policies to work toward compliance with customs valuation requirements
    • Process improvement planning and implementation assistance.

    Qualifications

    • Possess a Bachelor's degree (B.Sc., B.A., Engineering etc.) or Higher National Diploma (HND) in any discipline with a minimum of second class upper/upper credit
    • Have a minimum of credit in five WASSCE/GCE/NECO Ordinary Level subjects or acceptable equivalent examination, including Mathematics and English Language in one sitting only
    • Membership of ICAN, ACCA, or CITN would be an added advantage
    • Minimum of  3- 5 years of relevant work experience in Transfer Pricing/Customs and Global Trade experience (i.e., operational, government, law firm, consulting)
    • Good logical reasoning, problem solving and analytical skills
    • Sound writing, oral communication and presentation skills
    • Data management and analysis experience
    • Proficiency in the use of computer packages such as Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Project Office, Access, etc. Very good use of PowerPoint and Excel is a strong advantage
    • Demonstrate interest in international trade or international business

    Additional Information
    What Impact Will You Make?

    • Every day, your work will make an impact that matters, while you thrive in a dynamic culture of inclusion, collaboration, and high performance. As the undisputed leader in professional services, Deloitte is where you will find unrivalled opportunities to succeed and realize your full potential.

    Benefits

    • At Deloitte, we know that great people make a great organization. We value our people and offer employees a broad range of benefits.

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    2019 IFRS Insurance Training Boot Camp

     


    Reference Number: DUN063
    Location: Abuja

    Requirement

    • Candidates should possess relevant qualifications

    Application Closing DateTuesday; 31st December, 2019.

    Method of Application

    Use the link(s) below to apply on company website.



    Note:
    Applicants should specify their state of interest.

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