Fresh Recruitment at Christian Aid (CA)

Christian Aid (CA) is a UK-based international NGO, partnering with others to end poverty in Africa. At the heart of this vision is the transformation of the lives of people who live in poverty, empowering them to have a brighter future. Christian Aid works in more than 30 countries and has been operating in Nigeria since 2003. The Nigeria Country programme focuses on Community Health and HIV, Accountable Governance including humanitarian response and Gender.

We are recruiting to fill the position below:


Job Title: Monitoring , Evaluation, Accountability and Learning (MEAL) Support Officer

Location: 
Maiduguri, Borno
Department: International
Reports to: MEAL Coordinator 
Contracted hours: 35
Contract length: 5 months

Role purpose  

  • The role holder will support Christian Aid’s response to the humanitarian crisis in Nigeria with special focuses on monitoring, evaluation, accountability and learning sector interventions.
  • She/he will support donor funded programmes which are implemented by Christian Aid and it partners in Borno and other northeast states.
  • The role holder will assist in the development, implementation and monitoring of Christian Aid’s humanitarian response activities, providing effective and timely support (including capacity building) to liberated communities and partner organizations, enabling them to implement the rapid, effective and principled MEAL response to emergencies, and ensuring that this is in line with Christian Aid’s country strategy and Humanitarian Standards.
  • The role holder will be representing CAID in sector working groups meetings/activities and engage in the right networks, while increasing the profile of CA Humanitarian and resilience work and its visibility in the locations of work. 
Role Context  
  • The role will report to the Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability & Learning Coordinator and work with the MEAL Unit to ensure quality programming, delivery and learning based on evidence of impact at field level.
  • The MEAL Support Officer also works closely with programme teams and MEAL staff to ensure compliance with Christian requirement on the project and Christian Aid standards on progress, monitoring and programme quality.
  • Impact and influence of the job is mostly within the job holder’s own technical programme unit (i.e. Borno Humanitarian response) but occasionally also with an external audience.
Key Outcomes 
  • In liaison with programme team, support the coordination of the implementation of an effective monitoring and evaluation process for the projects so that a constant assessment of programme effectiveness can be undertaken and adjustments made as necessary.
  • Maintain, guide and roll out the schedule of project and review work plans and evaluations surveys. 
  • Build the capacity of project staff to carry out MEAL activities within their own project areas 
  • As required, assist teams to collate information to feed into reports and programme planning, reporting. 
  • Organise Post Distribution Monitoring Surveys and compile the report periodically.
  • Ensure that quantitative & qualitative information from various sources are collected and compiled for final reporting against the indicators in the log frame.
  • Take lead in setting feedback mechanisms and to ensure beneficiaries’ opinions feed into programme planning and design. 
Role requirements 
Relationships: 

  • External: Build  strong relationships with partners, networks, donors, stakeholders and community beneficiaries.
  • Internal: Build strong relationship with program departments, program managers, M&E units and all in-country and global staff.
Decision Making:  
  • Make decisions in order to manage team effectively, from recruitment of volunteers and program staff to day to day management of team members.
  • Also providing technical input and overall leadership to MEAL team.
  • Day to day decision to ensure partner portfolio projects are running effectively and higher levels decisions on supporting the projects informed by Christian Aid's strategy and strategic focus areas. Makes decisions around project proposals, ensuring they are prepared and comply with reporting requirements.
  • Make policy decisions that support standing and emergency issues.
  • Contribute to shaping and implementing MEAL strategy, making sound decisions to support this. Analytical skills  
  • Works on complex specialist/ technical issues.  Problems and issue, risks and benefits may have implications across a number of departments.   
  • Required to develop new ways of doing things to better meet program goals requiring substantial creative or analytical ability.
Developing self and others:
  • Has direct responsibility for developing, coaching and motivating a team or teams of colleagues/project team members.Focus will be on advising and guiding senior management on policy issues/high level procedures and direct line management responsibility may be limited. 
Person specification
Applied skills/knowledge and expertise:
  
Essential: 

  • First degree in Mathematics, Statistics, Computer Science with 2 – 3 years’ experience in emergency response.
  • Experience of humanitarian emergency and development work and an understanding of Food, Security & Livelihood (FSL), Nutrition, protection, and gender needs.
  • Designing Mobile surveys, collecting, cleaning and analysing data.
  • Extensive proven field experience in diverse contexts;
  • Strong interpersonal skills and ability to communicate in English clearly both verbally and in writing.
  • Excellent coordination and influencing skills; local languages are a further advantage.
  • Systematic and organised in approach, with ability to work on own initiative.
  • Effective team player and demonstrates creativity in seeking better ways of doing things and sharing same with the team.
Desirable:
  • Ability to communicate in the local languages. IT competency required Intermediate.
Competency profile  
LEVEL 1: You are expected to be able to:  

Build partnerships:

  • Work in a collaborative way that develops positive relationships and proactively provide help to others.
  • Proactively participate in team work and contribute ideas, including those that may be beyond your own or your team’s role.
  • Keep others informed about what is going on in your own work area.
  • Treat everyone with courteousness, dignity and respect, recognising that people are different and have different views.
  • Act and behave consistently with what you say.
Communicate effectively:
  • Communicate clearly and concisely, verbally and in writing.
  • Pass on messages or information promptly and accurately, ensuring clarity and understanding.
  • Proactively question to clarify when needed.
  • Explain things simply and in a different way if someone appears not to have understood. 
  • Be sensitive to and take responsibility for how your actions and words impact on others and adapt if necessary.
Steward resources:
  • Be responsible for using resources economically, whether these are Christian Aid resources or wider environmental resources.
  • Recognise that time is a resource and take responsibility and proactive measures for managing your time effectively.
Deliver Results:
  • Agree your work plan and priorities, keep track of your own progress and keep others informed.
  • Check the quality of your own work and deliver to expectations.
  • Seek clarification and support from your manager when needed, ensuring appropriate sign-off.
  • Respond promptly to the requests of others, handling competing priorities and seeking guidance on these where appropriate.
  • Consider the consequences of your actions, and take responsibility for the impact on your work, your colleagues and team objectives.
  • Be accountable for your actions.
Realise potential:
  • Acknowledge gaps in your own knowledge and skills and seek out information and advice in order to learn.
  • Regularly ask for and act on feedback on own performance.
  • Assist others by showing how to complete tasks and sharing knowledge.  
Strive for improvement:
  • Demonstrate openness and willingness to embrace change, be flexible and adapt to new methods of working.
  • Respond quickly and positively to new initiatives.
  • Find ways to make improvements in your work and ways of working.
  • Show initiative when faced with problems and proactively seek solutions.
  • Willingly share knowledge and information that may help others.
Remuneration
N3,528,327.96

Interview Date
12th February, 2018.


How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should:
Click here to apply online

Click here to view more information (pdf)





Job Title: Food, Security & Livelihood Project Officer

Location:
 Maiduguri, Borno
Department: International
Reports to: Senior Program Coordinator
Contracted hours: 35
Contract length: 5 months

Role purpose 
  • The FSL Project Officer will be responsible for planning and implementation of the livelihood activities on Christian Aid WFP Project.
  • The officer will also be responsible for the smooth running of the component in compliance with program deliverables. 
Role context  
  • The role is in the Food security and livelihood program family.
  • The role is key in developing, and implementing programs strategy across a country program, region and division, whilst supporting on partner portfolio projects.
  • The role is key in developing and implementing programme strategy across a country, region or division, whilst leading on partner portfolio projects.
  • The role also works with a team who recommend projects to partners and engage in Christian Humanitarian response.
  • The role ensures Christian Aid is represented appropriately and positive relationships are developed thorough the Food security and livelihood work that this role is involved in.
Key Outcomes
  • Under the direct supervision of the Food Security and Livelihood Coordinator and in collaboration with the field officer and other team members of the project and of the base, the Livelihood Officer will:
  • Plan and implement the Livelihood activities in all program locations
  • Conduct community meetings to identify livelihood preferences of the communities of implementation.
  • Coordinate and collaborate with other NGOs, INGOs and Government institutions in relation to livelihood implementation
  • Provide technical input on Christian Aid livelihoods programs
  • Ensure all livelihoods activities are in line with government strategy
  • Conduct surveys, needs assessment, data and information collection as and when required for the ongoing program.
  • Participate in NGO and INGO meetings and represent Christian Aid as requested in coordination forums related to Livelihoods.
  • Ensure liaison with existing community structures, (groups and individuals, women groups, religious leaders where possible
  • Ensure timely submission of weekly reports and monthly reports to M&E Coordinator for compilation and final report to WFP Project Manager. 
Role Requirements 
Relationships:
  • External: Build  strong relationships with partners, networks, donors, stakeholders and community beneficiaries.
  • Internal: Build strong relationship with program departments, FSL/WASH Staff, MEAL officers, program managers, M&E units and all in-country and global staff.
Decision making:
  • Make decisions in order to manage team effectively, from recruitment of volunteers and program staff to day to day management of team members.
  • Also providing technical input and overall leadership to WASH/Food security and livelihood team.
  • Day to day decision to ensure partner portfolio projects are running effectively and higher levels decisions on supporting the projects informed by Christian Aid's strategy and strategic focus areas.
  • Makes decisions around project proposals, ensuring they are prepared and comply with reporting requirements.
  • Make policy decisions that support standing and emergency issues.
  • Contribute to shaping and implementing WASH/FSL strategy, making sound decisions to support this.
Analytical skills:
  • Works on complex specialist/ technical issues.  Problems and issue, risks and benefits may have implications across a number of departments.   
  • Required to develop new ways of doing things to better meet program goals requiring substantial creative or analytical ability.
Developing self and others:
  • Has direct responsibility for developing, coaching and motivating a team or teams of colleagues/project team members. Focus will be on advising and guiding senior management on policy issues/high level procedures and direct line management responsibility may be limited. 
Person specification 
Applied skills/knowledge and expertise:

Essential:
  • The post holder should have a first degree in social sciences or BSC with 2-3 years’ experience of working in humanitarian response with local and/international partner organizations.
  • Strong positive attitude and ability to manage a wide range of issues of complicated procedures, indicated by 2-3 years learning period. 
  • Effective communication skills
  • Be proficient in the use of computer software (Microsoft Office – Excel, Word, PowerPoint)
  • Have the capacity to be flexible and supervise and coach community workers.
  • Excellent coordination skills, good understanding of principles of effective planning, appropriate time management
  • Strong report writing skills.  
Desirable:
  • At least a 3 years humanitarian response experience in WASH/FSL programming.
  • Familiar FSL context in the northeast Nigeria.
  • Ability to communicate fluently in Hausa and English language.
  • IT competency required Intermediate.
Competency profile
LEVEL 2: You are expected to be able to:

Build partnerships:
  • Take on different work when necessary to achieve a team or organisational goal.
  • Actively consult with others to ensure you understand their needs or goals.
  • Listen to and take on board fresh perspectives and views even if you initially disagree with them.
  • Maintain on-going relationships with individuals and contacts through networks, based on mutual rapport and respect.
Communicate effectively:
  • Make complex things simple for the benefit of others.
  • Actively listen and question to check your understanding and draw out others when they are not expressing themselves clearly or seem to be holding back.
  • Be sensitive to what others may be feeling, based on what they say, how they say it and their non-verbal behaviour, adapting your style and approach to fit.
  • Address difficult issues when they arise, being honest and open. 
Steward resources:
  • Implement ways to reduce the inefficient use of resources or pass the ideas on to someone who can make them happen.
  • Estimate the resources needed to achieve your own work plans or objectives and to deliver them in the most efficient and cost-effective way.
  •  Set and communicate realistic timelines for achieving tasks, working out how best to adapt as priorities change or unforeseen circumstances arise.
Deliver results:
  • Prioritise, plan and monitor own work to meet own and team deliverables to agreed performance or quality standards.
  • Acknowledge others’ priorities whilst being prepared to say “no” if there are genuine reasons why their needs cannot be met.
  • Use logical processes and relevant tools and techniques to report on information or analyse options.
  • Make timely and considered recommendations or decisions based on analysis of available data, information and evidence.
Realise potential:
  • Evaluate your own work and actively address gaps in knowledge and skills, without prompting.
  • Recognise how you react to feedback and manage reactions positively, acting on specific feedback from others.
  • Share your knowledge where it will help others to be more effective.
  • Provide instruction, constructive feedback and guidance to others to help them learn.
Strive for improvement:
  • Constructively challenge existing practice.
  • Seek better ways of doing things, taking into account the possible implications.
  • Make positive suggestions on a way forward when faced with challenges even if these falls outside own scope of work.
  • Look inside and outside Christian Aid for new ideas and evaluate them for own work.
Remuneration
N6,977,135

Interview Date
13th February, 2018.


Deadline: 6th February, 2018

How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should:
Click here to apply online

Click here to view more information (pdf)


Job Title: Programme Coordinator - Humanitarian

Location: 
Maiduguri, Borno
Department: International
Reports to: Senior Program Coordinator
Contracted hours: 35
Contract length: 5 months

Role Purpose 
  • To effectively contribute to Christian Aid emergency response on the WFP project through hands on support to the management, implementation, monitoring and reporting of timely and high-quality humanitarian assistance to conflict affected people.
  • This includes performing related administrative tasks.
Role Context  
  • The role is in the humanitarian response programme Christian Aid is implementing in the North East.
  • The role is key in developing, and implementing programs strategy across the WFP programme.
  • The role is key in developing and implementing programme strategy across the humanitarian response. whilst leading on partner portfolio projects. 
Key Outcomes 
  • Providing programmatic and technical support to field operations specifically on the WFP project and ensure proper project planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation including regular field visits, communications of progress and results and grant management.
  • Coordinating between relevant staff to ensure that the programme is implemented in a consultative, participative, gender- and conflict-sensitive way in line with the Field Level Agreement with WFP and within Christian-Aid framework of the emergency response strategy in the North-East Nigeria.
  • Contribute to develop high quality emergency response programmes and donor proposals;
  • To Support in preparation of narrative and financial reports to donor and requirements are met in line with donor agreements and follow up with partners where necessary.
  • Contribute to donor report writing, prepare situation report, input and maintain the emergency report workplan, contribute to needs assessments, etc.
  • Conduct administrative tasks related to the emergency response. 
Role Requirements 
Relationships 
  • External: Build  strong relationships with partners, networks, donors, stakeholders and community beneficiaries.
  • Internal: Build strong relationship with program departments, program managers, M&E units and all in-country and global staff.
Decision making:  
  • Make decisions in order to manage team effectively, from recruitment of volunteers and program staff to day to day management of team members.
  • Also providing technical input and overall leadership to WASH/Food security and livelihood team.
  • Day to day decision to ensure partner portfolio projects are running effectively and higher levels decisions on supporting the projects informed by Christian Aid's strategy and strategic focus areas.
  • Makes decisions around project proposals, ensuring they are prepared and comply with reporting requirements.
  • Make policy decisions that support standing and emergency issues. Contribute to shaping and implementing WASH/FSL strategy, making sound decisions to support this.
Analytical skills:  
  • Works on complex specialist/ technical issues. 
  • Problems and issue, risks and benefits may have implications across a number of departments.   
  • Required to develop new ways of doing things to better meet program goals requiring substantial creative or analytical ability. 
Developing self and others:  
  • Has direct responsibility for developing, coaching and motivating a team or teams of colleagues/project team members. Focus will be on advising and guiding senior management on policy issues/high level procedures and direct line management responsibility may be limited. 
Person specification
Applied skills/knowledge and expertise:
  
Essential:  
  • The post holder should have a first degree in social sciences
  • 2-3 years’ eperience of working in humanitarian response with local and/international partner organizations.
  • Strong positive attitude and ability to manage a wide range of issues of complicated
  • Effective communication skills
  • Be proficient in the use of computer software (Microsoft Office  Excel, Word, PowerPoint)
  • Have the capacity to be flexible and supervise and others.
  • Excellent coordination skills, good understanding of principles of effective planning, appropriate time management.
  • Strong report writing skills
Desirable: 
  • Ability to communicate fluently in Hausa or local language
  • IT competency required Intermediate.
Competency profile
LEVEL 2: You are expected to be able to: 
Build partnerships:
  • Take on different work when necessary to achieve a team or organisational goal.
  • Actively consult with others to ensure you understand their needs or goals.
  • Listen to and take on board fresh perspectives and views even if you initially disagree with them.
  • Maintain on-going relationships with individuals and contacts through networks, based on mutual rapport and respect.
Communicate effectively:
  • Make complex things simple for the benefit of others.
  • Actively listen and question to check your understanding and draw out others when they are not expressing themselves clearly or seem to be holding back.
  • Be sensitive to what others may be feeling, based on what they say, how they say it and their non-verbal behaviour, adapting your style and approach to fit.
  • Address difficult issues when they arise, being honest and open. 
Steward resources:
  • Implement ways to reduce the inefficient use of resources or pass the ideas on to someone who can make them happen.
  • Estimate the resources needed to achieve your own work plans or objectives and to deliver them in the most efficient and cost-effective way.
  • Set and communicate realistic timelines for achieving tasks, working out how best to adapt as priorities change or unforeseen circumstances arise. 
Deliver results:
  • Prioritise, plan and monitor own work to meet own and team deliverables to agreed performance or quality standards.
  • Acknowledge others’ priorities whilst being prepared to say “no” if there are genuine reasons why their needs cannot be met.
  • Use logical processes and relevant tools and techniques to report on information or analyse  options.
  • Make timely and considered recommendations or decisions based on analysis of available data, information and evidence.
Realise potential:
  • Evaluate your own work and actively address gaps in knowledge and skills, without prompting.
  • Recognise how you react to feedback and manage reactions positively, acting on specific feedback from others.
  • Share your knowledge where it will help others to be more effective.
  • Provide instruction, constructive feedback and guidance to others to help them learn.
Strive for improvement:
  • Constructively challenge existing practice.
  • Seek better ways of doing things, taking into account the possible implications.
  • Make positive suggestions on a way forward when faced with challenges even if these falls outside own scope of work.
  • Look inside and outside Christian Aid for new ideas and evaluate them for own work.
Remuneration
N7,309,714

Interview Date
15th February, 2018.


How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should:
Click here to apply online

Click here to view more information (pdf)


Job Title: Nutrition Project Officer

Location: 
Dikwa, Mongunu, Maiduguri & Shani, Borno
Slot: 2
Department: International
Reports to: Senior Program Coordinator
Contracted hours: 35
Contract length: 5 months 

Role Purpose
  • To support Christian Aid’s development, implementation and monitoring of a 4-month WFP food distribution project.
  • The nutrition component of the World Food Programme (WFP) project is key in active cases findings and the implementation of the Strategic Behavioural Change Communication (SBCC) component of the project.
  • There is the need to have people who are dedicated in ensuring that nutrition component is implemented with the quality required and consistent with Christian Aid.
  • The Nutrition Officer will be based in Maiduguri to coordinate Maiduguri, Dikwa, Magumeri, Dikwa and Mongonu supported by Nutrition Assistants in each location why the Nutrition Officer in Shani will focus on the Integrated Nutrition Programme (INP) project in the location and serve as the head of office. 
Role Context 
  • The Nutrition Officer will be based in Maiduguri, Borno State and report to Food Security/Livelihood Coordinator.
  • He/she will provide support for efficient and smooth implementation of nutrition interventions at community level under the direction of the Food Security/Livelihood Coordinator.

Key Outcomes
  • Facilitate community mobilization, sensitization meetings and trainings during community led nutrition activities.
  • Work closely within community structures to follow up on implementation of Community Management of Acute Malnutrition(CMAM), Care Group Model (CGM), and Infant and Young Child Feeding (IYCF) activities with support from the Nutrition Officer.
  • Create awareness and sensitize the community on IYCF practices, malnutrition, and the causes of malnutrition and treatment of malnutrition.
  • Actively participate in scaling up of surveillance activities at community level to ensure monitoring of situation.
  • Lead Monthly MUAC screening as part of routine program activities.
  • Implement sensitization activities for targeted communities about CMAM and IYCF with support from MOH, community volunteers, traditional leaders, religious leaders and other stakeholders at LGA level.
  • Close coordination all activities in collaboration with MOH, Community team and other key stakeholders.


Role profile
  • He/she will also collect information and data on nutrition at community level through screening and other assessments.
  • He/she will be in charge of the mobilization and awareness raising about the organization, program objectives and activities to local authorities and the population, and act as a link between the organization and the beneficiaries (at Community level).
  • The Nutrition Officer will also be required to represent Christian Aid and the program within the community.  

Role requirements 
Relationships :
  • External: Assist Food Security and Livelihoods Coordinator to coordinate with WFP and Nutrition cluster
  • Internal: Works closely with the Food Security and Livelihoods Coordinator, the wider project team, Nigeria country team and humanitarian colleagues. 
Decision Making:
  • Make decisions in order to manage team effectively, from recruitment of volunteers and program staff to day to day management of team members.
  • Also providing technical input and overall leadership to WASH/Food security and livelihood team.
  • Day to day decision to ensure partner portfolio projects are running effectively and higher levels decisions on supporting the projects informed by Christian Aid's strategy and strategic focus areas.
  • Makes decisions around project proposals, ensuring they are prepared and comply with reporting requirements.
  • Make policy decisions that support standing and emergency issues. Contribute to shaping and implementing WASH/FSL strategy, making sound decisions to support this.
Analytical skills:  
  • Works on complex specialist/ technical issues. 
  • Problems and issue, risks and benefits may have implications across a number of departments.   
  • Required to develop new ways of doing things to better meet program goals requiring substantial creative or analytical ability.  
Developing self and Others:  
  • Has direct responsibility for developing, coaching and motivating a team or teams of colleagues/project team members.
  • Focus will be on advising and guiding senior management on policy issues/high level procedures and direct line management responsibility may be limited.
Person specification 
Applied skills/knowledge and expertise:
  
Essential:
  • Have a minimum of B.Sc in Nutrition or community based program with similar experience in humanitarian contexts (conflict/insecure contexts) as well as CMAM, IYCF and community mobilization.
  • Be professional, have good organizational capacity, good human relationships, self-motivated, open, creative, proactive, responsible, flexible and culturally sensitive.
  • Have a minimum of 2-year work experience in Nutrition and SBCC approach-IYCF and CGM a plus.
  • Have excellent knowledge of Microsoft Office Skills (Word, Excel, Power Point, Outlook).
  • Experience in facilitating discussions and meetings, coordinate and supervise a team.
  • Experience in preparing monthly work plans and plan appropriately for tasks assigned.
  • Experience in writing reports and collecting relevant information from surveys, community, health facility and meetings.
  • Be willing and able to be based and travel within remote areas, where services are limited.
  • Be proficient in local languages (Kanuri, Fulani, Hausa).
  • Be committed to Christian Aid mission, values and policy. 
Desirable:
  • Fluency in the local languages 
  • IT competency required Intermediate.
Competency profile
LEVEL 2: You are expected to be able to: 

Build partnerships:
  • Take on different work when necessary to achieve a team or organisational goal.
  • Actively consult with others to ensure you understand their needs or goals.
  • Listen to and take on board fresh perspectives and views even if you initially disagree with them.
  • Maintain on-going relationships with individuals and contacts through networks, based on mutual rapport and respect.
Communicate effectively:
  • Make complex things simple for the benefit of others.
  • Actively listen and question to check your understanding and draw out others when they are not expressing themselves clearly or seem to be holding back.
  • Be sensitive to what others may be feeling, based on what they say, how they say it and their non-verbal behaviour, adapting your style and approach to fit.
  •  Address difficult issues when they arise, being honest and open. 
Steward resources:
  • Implement ways to reduce the inefficient use of resources or pass the ideas on to someone who can make them happen.
  • Estimate the resources needed to achieve your own work plans or objectives and to deliver them in the most efficient and cost-effective way.
  • Set and communicate realistic timelines for achieving tasks, working out how best to adapt as priorities change or unforeseen circumstances arise. 
Deliver results:
  • Prioritise, plan and monitor own work to meet own and team deliverables to agreed performance or quality standards.
  • Acknowledge others’ priorities whilst being prepared to say “no” if there are genuine reasons why their needs cannot be met.
  • Use logical processes and relevant tools and techniques to report on information or analyse options.
  • Make timely and considered recommendations or decisions based on analysis of available data, information and evidence.
Realise potential:
  • Evaluate your own work and actively address gaps in knowledge and skills, without prompting.
  • Recognise how you react to feedback and manage reactions positively, acting on specific feedback from others.
  • Share your knowledge where it will help others to be more effective.
  • Provide instruction, constructive feedback and guidance to others to help them learn.
Strive for improvement:
  • Constructively challenge existing practice.
  • Seek better ways of doing things, taking into account the possible implications.
  • Make positive suggestions on a way forward when faced with challenges even if these falls outside own scope of work.
  • Look inside and outside Christian Aid for new ideas and evaluate them for own work.
Remuneration
N6,977,135

Interview Date
14th February, 2018.


Deadline: 6th February, 2018

How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should:
Click here to apply online

Click here to view more information (pdf)

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