Job recruitment at Center for Community Health and Development (CHAD) International

The Center for Community Health and Development International is a non-discriminatory, non-governmental organization with a mandate to improve the health and quality of life of Nigeria’s rural children and women. CHAD was established in 2002 by a group of women from different religious and ethnic background in Gombe state, North East Nigeria.

We are recruiting to fill the position below:


Job Title: Monitoring & Evaluation Officer

Location: Borno
Employee status: Fixed Term
Duration:12 months with possible renewal

Job Descriptions

  • CHAD is looking for a Monitoring & Evaluation Officer for our area office in Borno state, North-East Nigeria. The role of the M&E Officer is to establish and implement systems that promote evidence-based decision-making, program and project performance, and internal management.
  • The M&E officer will contribute to quality programming through supporting access to and use of relevant and timely information on program scale, relevance, and effectiveness.
  • Within this context, the M&E officer will provide technical support to the program staff pertaining to M&E and build capacity in the region by identifying and supporting the implementation of effective, cost-efficient and meaningful M&E systems. The officer is to reports to the Head of the Program.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Line management for project staff leads the process to establish regional office program level M&E and accountability (Community Accountability Response Mechanism) systems.
  • Lead the development of guidance and frameworks for the office procedures, policies and processes that assist in institutionalizing and supporting M&E.
  • Participate in program design and proposal discussions, including the theory of change development, log frame design, and budgeting for M&E.
  • Participate in the regional office for strategy discussions to ensure M&E remains a high priority in the Programme.
  • Provide leadership, support to technical advisors, project, and area managers in planning and standardizing M&E across projects.
  • Support project managers and coordinators through the development of data collection methodology and tools, and systems for on-going data analysis.
  • Develop a data management system for Programme and M&E data.
  • Ensure that monitoring data are fed into management decisions and used in Programme management.
  • Lead internal improvement processes (M&E matrixes, Macro Log Frames etc.) according to need.
  • Encourage and support the absorption of lessons and recommendations at the office, and emerging from various AO (grant reviews, after-action reviews, grant closures) and CO events (evaluations, assessments, technical visits, learning reviews)
  • Facilitate data analysis and improving program staff data literacy (and usage of the institutional platform geared toward this) that supports strategic decision making.
  • Encourage community meetings / orientations at the project start-up.
  • Supervise and support in executing M&E plans, and Accountability systems of CHAD Int’l.


  • At least 2-3 years’ experience in creating and leading the implementation of M&E systems for an NGO
  • At least 3 years’ experience working in an emergency or post-conflict setting
  • Thorough experience with and knowledge of principles and current approaches to monitoring and evaluation in relief and development programs, using both quantitative and qualitative methods
  • Understanding of data and information needs for program management and decision making
  • Demonstrated ability to transfer knowledge to diverse audiences through training, mentoring and other formal and non-formal methods
  • High-level English language proficiency (speaking, reading, writing) and the knowledge of native language( Hausa, Kanuri, Shuwa) is a plus
  • Analytic and computer skills, including MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint,)
  • The knowledge of ODk tool for data collection will be an added advantage.

Personal Qualities:

  • Handling insecure environments
  • Managing resources to optimize results
  • Empowering and building trust
  • Planning and delivering results

Job Title: Child Protection Case Worker

Locations: Borno state (Bama, Banki, Dikwa, Damboa, Damasak, Mafa, Pulka, Ngala )
Job Type Contract
Duration: 12 months
Sector: Child Protection
Employment Category: Regular
Employment Type: Full-Time
Slot: 16

Job Descriptions

  • The CP case worker will be responsible for providing social services ensuring in line with key child protection principles including best interests of the child, confidentiality, do no harm and child participation.
  • The case worker will work closely with children involved in worst forms of child labor, and at-risk children, at high risk of harm providing case management services in line with CHAD’s  Standard Operating procedures, and Global minimum standards of child protection case management.
  • She / he will be an advocate for children; ensuring children’s needs are at the core of service provision with children’s participation solicited at every stage of the process. This will include conducting outreach in order to reach children who otherwise would not have access to services.
  • The case worker will be well equipped to support the child’s resilience and conduct social resource mapping (service mapping) with the child, safety planning, in addition to facilitate access to services for the child and their family.
  • The case worker will strive for excellence will be able to demonstrate critical thinking skills when it comes to assessing approaches to advocating for services to be made available for IDPs, or street connected children and / or for IDPs /  street connected children to access services.
  • The case worker will demonstrate determination, focus and commitment to seeing through complex and time-consuming processes such as trying to facilitate access to a service that may be expensive, located elsewhere or difficult for the child to access for multiple reasons.
  • The case worker will see no barriers for children only solutions and approaches to achieve the desired result.
  • The case worker will work in and around the host communities or project sites conducting house visits; follow up and monitoring of children’s working as enshrined in the case management forms which depends on the case severity and needs.
  • The case worker will help to facilitate the reunification of unaccompanied and separated children (UASC).
  • The case worker will also be responsible for closely coordinating with relevant external agencies for service provision and referrals to national mechanisms to report cases of children at high risk of harm as per the National Sop’s to ensure the child’s best interests.
  • Internally, the case worker will be working closely with the Senior CM Officer and Senior CP Officer to identify children at high risk of harm as well as coordinate with the apprenticeship and cash for work officers to refer caregivers and youths to training schemes.
  • Throughout the implementation of the program the case worker will be committed to supporting the National system through coordination, exploring opportunities for collaboration, information sharing on services, in addition to adhering to National / Inter-agency policies, legal framework etc.

Who this position reports to:

  • Case Management Officer

Major Responsibilities

  • Identify cases of siblings of street, out of school, at risk of working children at, and / or children working in other forms of labour at high risk of harm;
  • Provide case management services in line with the National Standard Operating Procedures for case management & Global Child Protection Case Management Guidelines;
  • Conduct outreach to assess and provide support to the child during house visits, consistently conduct outreach and follow up on any gap identified which could be hazard to child.
  • The case worker will be independent, responsible and ensuring case actions plans and relevant administrative forms that facilitate accountability & planning are updated on a daily and weekly basis;
  • The case worker will commit to maintaining excellent documentation of case management files in line with the National Sop’s, BID and other relevant processes ;
  • The case worker will assume full responsibility to assess the level of risk that a child is exposed to, and immediately report any cases that could evolve into high risk cases to the direct line Manager (Senior Case management Officer through the case management supervisor)
  • Persist to conduct mapping of services to ascertain which services are included in specific areas, and striving to facilitate access to services for the child and their family even if the process requires thinking outside of the box, advocating to management, working groups, national entities and relevant authorities to facilitate.
  • Represent CHAD International very well by maintaining regular communication with external referral agencies for service provision, & understanding the relevant criteria.
  • Remain abreast of developments in the field of service provisions this includes maintaining and updating spreadsheet with mapped services and focal points for service provisions;
  • Participate actively in weekly case management team meeting remaining open to feedback and self-reflection;
  • Demonstrate qualities including honesty, kindness, professionalism, non-discrimination, and a commitment to working well in a team whilst staying true to oneself;
  • Maintain pro-active communication with all relevant internal and external units; Psychosocial team (as a child maybe referred), apprenticeship (those engaged with skill acquisition through master trainers) within child labour and capacity-strengthening teams (Community mater trainers) to highlight challenges, propose solutions and monitor trends which could indicate negative or positive implications for children and their families.
  • Ensure full responsibility & accountability –for maintaining, drafting and updating reports which include case management reports.
  • Draft reports-internal case management report, resettlement referrals (high priority);
  • Be proactive in identifying opportunities to better support children through facilitating processes.
  • Assist the FTR team to facilitate the reunification of UASC.
  • Conduct case conference for a complicated case.


  • Consistently and proactively monitor / assess the safety and security of field teams; promptly reporting concerns or incidents to the line manager and  liaising with external parties as required to maintain / enhance the security environment for CHAD’s programs
  • Other duties as assigned by the supervisor and CHAD management.


  • Staunch advocate of child protection and child rights.
  • Commitment to serving children, do no harm and best interests principles;
  • Strong believer in children being agents of change in their communities;
  • Comfortable working in the host community in Borno state, Northeast Nigeria.
  • HND or degree in Psychology, Social Work, Human Rights, or related degree preferred
  • Minimum of 2 years’ experience of implementing child protection programs, preferable social work or case management, in humanitarian or development settings
  • Demonstrated understanding of working with children and particularly vulnerable children
  • Personal qualities: Team player, flexible, network-builder, able to handle pressure well and work in cross-cultural setting.
  • Fluency in written and spoken English. Native Hausa speaking, Kanuri, Shuwa is a plus.


Job Title: Community Volunteer

Locations: Borno (Bama, Banki, Dikwa, Damboa, Dikwa,  Damasak, Mafa, Pulka, Ngala)
Job Type Contract
Sector: Child Protection
Employment Type: Full-Time
Employment Category: Regular
Duration: 12 months with possible renewal
Slot: 16

The Scope of Role

  • The community volunteer will support the project team and others to carry out fieldwork and other assessment activities, which may be required for the program’s functioning and strategy.
  • The volunteer, working under the supervision of the program lead and the child protection case worker will be responsible for identifying UASC and other vulnerable children with protection concern.
  • Mobilizing and educating the beneficiaries in rural communities, as well as providing important feedback on programs field activities.

Key Areas of Responsibilities
The facilitators will be responsible for the following:

  • Assist in fellow up of cases from time to time as may be determined by the program team or line manager.
  • Collecting data as per the program requirements for its different sites which may include focus group discussion, key informant interviews and one on one teaching with the child based on program developed and supplied by the program lead or child protection case worker.
  • Submit completed reports and other equipment used in fieldwork to the supervisor and will, if required to do so, compile his/her findings in a format required by the program manager.
  • As part of each assignment, participate in briefings; carry out data collection, data entry and / or reporting.
  • Recognize and give account by provide useful feedback from the beneficiaries

Requirements, Qualifications and Experience

  • National Diploma or its equivalent.
  • Experience in working in a volatile area with peculiar nature of Borno state.
  • Previous experience in leadership / governance or community engagement.
  • Experience in community engagement, advocacy, administering questionnaires and conducting interviews.
  • Willingness to learn and explore new experiences.
  • Fluency in speaking and understanding English, Kanuri and Hausa. Kanuri speaking is highly preferred.
  • Female candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.


  • Honesty: Shows a high level of integrity and will not fabricate responses or misrepresent the program
  • Communication: Confidently expresses self, able to clearly ask questions and help the respondent understand what is needed from her/him.
  • Relationship Builder: Able to build trust with people at the rural level and maintain confidentiality.
  • Cultural Awareness: Must be aware of and sensitive to the cultural expectations of communities in Northern Nigeria.
  • Endurance: Must be able to work for a full day working hours in the field across a number of days.

Job Title: Family Tracing and Reunification (FTR) Manager

Loction: Borno state
Employee status: Fixed Term
Duration: 12 months with possible renewal
Slot: 2

Position Summary

  • The Family Tracing and Reunification (FTR) Officer conduct FTR works with child protection case workers at field level to provide identification, documentation, Tracing, reunification, follow ups and interim family based care services to unaccompanied, separated and missing children as well as supporting caregivers.
  • The incumbent plays a key role of managing FTR caseload through CPIMS database system by collaborating with FTR Database Manager.
  • The FTR manager organizes and conducts FTR field missions and support to child protection caseworkers by also collaborating with FTR Coordinator at National level..

Primary Duties and Responsibilities

  • Develop weekly FTR schedules and, debrief the case workers on progress and troubleshoot any particular follow-up, tracing or documentation challenges.
  • Prioritize and manage cases of unaccompanied and separated minors (UASC) with great focus of UASC in extremely vulnerable situations
  • Conduct tracing actions and temporary care monitoring (TCM) in line with National FTR Working Group and SOPs
  • Document all registered cases in the CPIMS (including registration, TCMs, tracing actions, reunifications, cases referrals, etc.) within 7 days of visit
  • Conduct weekly meeting with child protection caseworkers, M&E Manager and FTR Database Manager to review case progress and ensure data entry is completed and accurately verified
  • Work with the child protection case workers to raise awareness on prevention of family separations and available FTR services and spread relevant prevention messages in accordance with FTR WG SOP
  • Ensure that the FTR data is provided for the 5 Ws monthly reports and the CPSC IMO on time
  • Facilitate CPIMS caseload audit to ensure quality of documentation, reporting and case management
  •  Perform any other duty as maybe assigned to him / her by the line manager.

Qualifications, Skills and Experience

  • The ideal candidate must hold a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work, Business administration, Social Administration, International Relations, Education or related field.
  • A minimum of 6 years’ experience in humanitarian work  and 4 years in community development programing
  • Self-motivated with excellent management and leadership skills


Job Title: Case Management Supervisor

Locations: Borno (Bama, Banki, Dikwa, Damboa, Dikwa,  Damasak, Mafa, Pulka, Ngala )
Employee Status: Fixed Term
Duration:12 months
Job type: Contract
Slot: 3

Child Safeguarding

  • The post holder will have contact with children and / or young people either frequently (e.g. once a week or more) or intensively, this will be based on the security context of the project site.  Because they are responsible for implementing the police checking of case workers / vetting process of case management forms.

Role Purpose

  • This position is responsible for ensuring proper and quality implementation of the Case management component of the Child protection programme.
  • S / he will need to co-ordinate with other Emergency Response team members and SC staff, especially Implementation Management, health, education and other relevant technical sectors, to ensure a rapid, proportionate and effective response.
  • S / he will need to ensure response to immediate child protection issues with simultaneous consideration of longer-term needs and possible scenarios.
  • Depending on the situation the specialist may need to take a very active role in technical co-ordination, support and advocacy with the country-specific child protection Clusters and other stakeholders and technical agencies relevant to the sector.
  • In the event of a major humanitarian emergency, the role holder will be expected to work outside the normal role profile and be able to vary working hours accordingly.

Scope of Role:

  • Reports to: Child Protection manager

Key Areas of Accountabilities

  • Facilitate all trainings on case management for case workers
  • Collate and compile all work plans and share with SCI weekly.
  • Conduct referral and  protection mapping (any other assessments)
  • Lead the formation and initial training of foster parents
  • Ensure meetings and activities hold monthly
  • Ensure all documentation, reports, and records are maintained per agreed procedure, and information is provided on community activities as required.
  • Facilitate mentoring and coaching of case workers on various topics, as outlined in the implementation plan.
  • Maintain documentation and CPIMS systems at the community/state office level: under the guidance of CPIMS Officer or Data entry officer, Work with the child protection case workers to ensure that all financial activities conducted in camps are properly documented in line with Donor procedures.
  • Ensure all cases are case managed with confidentiality clause adhered to
  • Coordinate case conference meetings
  • Daily supervision of the Child protection case workers.
  • Ensure that case workers are trained on UASC and registration of the children
  • Ensure the quality of the inter-agency case management tools
  • Report general protection issues present in the camps or host community to child protection manager or Child protection technical adviser.
  • Participate in the CP assessment and analysis process
  • In coordination with the CP team, support regular participatory activities with different groups of children to identify issues affecting children in camps and assists team to develop appropriate responses.
  • Must adhere to the child safeguarding and protection policies and reporting standards.
  • Write and submit weekly activity reports.
  • Other ad hoc tasks as requested by Line Manager.

Additional Job Responsibilities:

  • The duties and responsibilities as set out above are not exhaustive and the role holder may be required to carry out additional duties within reasonableness of their level of skills and experience.

Behaviours (Values in Practice)

  • Holds the team and partners accountable to deliver on their responsibilities – giving them the freedom to deliver in the best way they see fit, providing the necessary development to improve performance and applying appropriate consequences when results are not achieved.
  • Builds and maintains effective relationships, with their team, colleagues, Members and external partners and supporters
  • Values diversity, sees it as a source of competitive strength
  • Approachable, good listener, easy to talk to.
  • Develops and encourages new and innovative solutions
  • Willing to take disciplined risks.
  • Honest, encourages openness and transparency; demonstrates highest levels of integrity

Qualification, Experience and Skills

  • University degree or equivalent in Social Work, Social Science, Development Studies or equivalent combination of relevant training and experience
  • Between three and four years of work experience in Protection work, supervision, community mobilization and distributions and understanding of North-east security context.
  • Proven ability to supervise a CP project with holistic approach and integrated to child protection right
  • Speaking and writing fluent  English, and other languages of Northern East ( Hausa, Kanuri, or Shuwa) is a plus
  • Computer literate

Job Title: Child Protection Manager

Location: Maiduguri
Position type: Contract
Duration: 12 months with possible renewal

Role Purpose

  • The Child Protection (CP) Manager will be based in Borno and is the sectoral manager of all child protection implementations in the Humanitarian Response, NE Nigeria.
  • The overall aim of the CP Manager is to manage the CP team and ensure CP interventions in line with CHAD International and donor guidelines. Including assessment, design and managing staff to initiate quality interventions to address violations of children’s rights to protection from abuse, exploitation, violence and neglect.
  • The post holder is responsible for ensuring that quality programmes are implemented and capacities developed to provide protection to children in an emergency response in North East Nigeria where CHAD Int’l is implementing child protection activities.
  • The post holder is expected to support on assessments and proposal writing and is responsible for programme reporting, programme design, capacity building of staff.
  • The manager will support in the development of the sector strategy and will represent CHAD Int’l in coordination groups and support fundraising, recruitment and procurement.

Key Responsibilities

  • Manage team of child protection, case management and child protection information management teams.
  • Lead on child protection assessments and implementation using CHAD Int’l assessment processes and tools and the Inter-agency Child Protection Assessment Resource Toolkit adapting the tools as necessary.
  • The manager will coordinate with other CHAD Int’l thematic areas to ensure integration, attend and be active in the Child Protection Working Group, and other external sector agencies.
  • Integrate quality child protection programming throughout the response and across sectors in the North East. Including in the areas of:
  • Emergency family tracing interventions and alternative care options (foster parent) for unaccompanied and separated children, utilizing tools within the Inter-Agency Child Protection Information Management System;
  • Prevention and response to child recruitment (CAAFAG) including advocacy and disarmament, demobilization and reintegration initiatives;
  • Prevention and response to sexual exploitation and abuse (SEA) and Gender-Based Violence (GBV);
  • Prevention and response to the main risks for children’s exposure to physical harm;
  • Prevention and response to all forms of child abuse, neglect, exploitation including harmful child labour and child trafficking; and
  • Integration of child protection in to other core sectors.
  • Ensure quality delivery of programme activities, for example, monitoring against log frames and reporting.
  • Preparation of timely programme and donor reports for child protection project activities in compliance with internal and external requirements.
  • Working closely with the human resources team, identify child protection staffing needs for the emergency programmes, and facilitate rapid recruitment, induction and training of new staff.
  • Identify child protection programme supply needs and work with logistics team to put in place a sensibly phased procurement plans.
  • Ensure quality and comprehensive case management systems are in place to support UASC and at risk children.
  • Anchor the development of contextual manuals for foster care placement, case management tools, and for community master trainers.
  • Ensure quality of child protection activities implemented on field.
  • Ensure the coordination of case management and Child Protection Information Management System (CPIMS) database activities for quality reporting.
  • Ensure that the concept of confidentiality and do no harm are integrated into programming.
  • Working closely with the Monitoring & Evaluation team to put in place a child protection M & E plan, ensuring this links to reporting requirements, and capacity build child protection.
  • Put in place accountability activities for child protection, ensuring that feedback from all relevant stakeholders is considered in programme design.
  • Ensure the child protection response complies with the Minimum Standards for Child Protection in Humanitarian Settings
  • Capacity Building of child protection case workers
  • Identify learning and training opportunities for child protection staff and partners and work as a mentor and role model.
  • Build capacities of government, ministries staff, and other local partners when called upon.
  • Working closely with the FTR term to ensure a successful reunification of UASC.

Representation & Advocacy & Organisational Learning:

  • Ensure that CHAD’s work is coordinated with other agencies and the government; take a leadership role in the Interagency Coordination forums to ensure children needs of children are addressed. This may involve taking the lead in the Child Protection Working Group, cluster and/or sub-groups.
  • Take steps to document lessons learned for wider dissemination.
  • In collaboration with senior programme staff, play a lead role in child protection advocacy activities targeting decision-makers.
  • Identify opportunities and material to contribute to external communications and media work, acting as a spokesperson when required.
  • Prepare reports to donors to ensure that correct and appropriate sector information is not skipped


  • Demonstrate leadership in relation to CHAD International policies and practice with respect to child protection, code of conduct, health and safety, equal opportunities and other relevant policies and procedures ( Prioritizing PSEA) across the project site


  • Significant other duties as assigned by the Deputy Team Leader- Operations
  • Contribute as requested to implementation of norms and procedures of child safeguarding policy;
  • Ensure that Save the Children Child Protection and Safeguarding policies are understood, implemented and monitored and that it is integrated into all aspects of the response work
  • Comply with all relevant CHAD Int’l policies and procedures with respect to child protection, health and safety, security, equal opportunities and other relevant policies.
  • Support a positive and productive work environment.

Qualifications and Experience

  • Significant management experience (of at least 5 years) working in an emergency response contexts or fragile states in the area of child protection
  • Education to B.Sc. / B.A / B.Eng. / MSc / M.A / M.Eng. level in Social Work, Human Rights Law, International Relations, Development Studies or similar or equivalent field experience.
  • Previous first phase emergency response experience is essential
  • Ability to identify the main gaps in child protection in the given context to inform a holistic response for children.
  • Good knowledge of and experience in using new established inter-agency standards and guidelines in child protection, such as the Inter-agency Guidelines on Separated and Unaccompanied Children, the Paris Principles, MRM, SC Child-Friendly Spaces Handbook, and the Minimum Standards for Child Protection in Humanitarian Settings.
  • Previous experience of managing a team and of project management
  • Experience of and commitment to working through systems of community participation and accountability
  • Experience in monitoring and evaluating child protection programmes in emergency, transition and development contexts
  • Ability to work both in an advisory and a hands on implementation capacity
  • Experience in capacity building and in strengthening various duty bearers understanding of and response to child protection.
  • Experience of representation and ability to represent SC effectively in external forums.
  • Experience of budget management and reporting across multiple awards
  • Ability to write clear project reports
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Politically and culturally sensitive with qualities of patience, tact and diplomacy
  • A high level of written and spoken English
  • The capacity and willingness to be extremely flexible and accommodating in difficult and sometimes insecure working circumstances.
  • Commitment to and understanding of child rights, the aims and principles of CHAD Int’l, and humanitarian standards such as the Code of Conduct.


  • Good working knowledge of the Inter-Agency Child Protection Information Management System
  • Experience or knowledge of working and living in relevant regions/contexts
  • Specific experience of working in inter-agency projects
  • Knowledge of area and region (Borno state)
  • Knowledge of local language, culture and traditions.

Skills and Behaviours (our Values in Practice)

  • Holds self-accountable for making decisions, managing resources efficiently.
  • Holds the team and partners accountable to deliver on their responsibilities – giving them the freedom to deliver in the best way they see fit, providing the necessary development to improve performance and applying appropriate consequences when results are not achieved


  • Sets ambitious and challenging goals for themselves (and their team), takes responsibility for their own personal development and encourages others to do the same
  • Future orientated, thinks strategically.


  • Builds and maintains effective relationships, with their team, colleagues, members and external partners and supporters
  • Values diversity, sees it as a source of competitive strength
  • Approachable, good listener, easy to talk to.


  • Develops and encourages new and innovative solutions
  • Willing to take disciplined risks.


Job Title: Child Protection Coordinator

Locations: Borno (Bama, Banki, Dikwa, Damboa, Dikwa, Damasak, Mafa, Pulka, Ngala )
Project type: Fixed
Duration: 12 months with possible renewal
Slot: 9

Job Summary

  • The Child Protection Coordinator will coordinate the Northeast Child Protection Emergency Response and manage the social protection interventions to ensure maximum integration of synergies as projects are implemented

Key Duties and Responsibilities
Project Management and Coordination:

  • Provide overall leadership in managing and coordinating the implementation of emergency response and social protection activities according to the respective projects’ implementation and organization standards.
  • Guide and offer technical support to staff on emergency response, and other project interventions based on the organizational commitment to emergency response.

Project monitoring and evaluation:

  • Facilitate effective monitoring, documentation and reporting in compliance with grants’ agreements, minimum standards and tools
  • Support the baseline and evaluation processes in liaison with  the M&E for the different social protection projects targeting IDPs and host communities
  • Establishment of functional project level M&E system and utilization of the information in liaison with the M&E team.
  • Manage humanitarian emergency response and social protection projects’ information and documentation processes, and ensure effective communication of the project results.

Finance Management:

  • Keenly monitor and manage projects’ budgets in line with grants agreements and standards.
  • Risk management by monitoring, addressing and reporting any risks to management of program funds and budgets.
  • Ensure assets of the organization in the operations are safe and secured in line with projects’ grant regulations, MoUs and agreements.
  • Support audit processes in line with the projects’ audit regulations

Performance management and supervision:

  • Manage, supervise and build capacity of staff in project development, management and implementation especially in humanitarian emergency response, and other related project activities.
  •  Identify staff capacity and promote staff welfare during the response.
  • Facilitate coaching, mentoring and counseling sessions for staff within the humanitarian emergency response and social protection.
  • Provide technical direction to humanitarian Emergency Response staff in child protection, planning and preparation of M&E documents.

Project Development:

  • Provide overall leadership, management and guidance to the development of project designs, concepts and fundable proposals for Child Protection activities
  • Carry out assessments as required in the response area
  • Review humanitarian emergency response projects’ documents and align them to set guidelines and standards

Network and Collaboration:

  • Take part in the coordination meetings at national, cluster and camp and settlement levels.
  • Identify and build strategic linkages, relations, collaborations and networks with partners and other stakeholders in planning and implementation of humanitarian emergency response and social protection activities.
  • Develop a database of strategic networks and partnerships for advocacy within the district and at the national level.
  • Facilitate the integration of Advocacy and justice for children in emergency response interventions.

Documentation and Reporting:

  • Prepare and submit quality reports (progress against delivery of outputs and achievement of outcomes, etc)
  • Collaborate with relevant organizations, agencies and actors in the IDP settlement camps and host communities to plan for transition from the onset
  •  Ensure compliance to the child protection policy in all project interventions in accordance with the interagency guidelines, organization policies and Global child protection minimum standards.

Qualifications, Skills and Experience

  • The ideal candidate for the CHAD Int’l Child Protection Coordinator job opportunity must hold a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work, Business Administration, Social Administration, International Relations, Education or related field.
  • A minimum of 6 years’ experience in humanitarian work  and 4 years in community development programing
  • Self-motivated with excellent management and leadership skills

Job Title: Driver

Location: Maiduguri, Borno
Position type: Regular
Slot: 2

Job Summary

  • To provide driving support to the organization, while adhering to the standard driving regulation and the Nigerian Highway code.

Responsibilities and Tasks

  • Drive the official vehicle in a safe manner maintain an accurate log of all vehicle movement, maintain and repair in accordance with CHAD international policies and procedures.
  • Keep track of vehicle repair and servicing. Procedure and replenish fuel, oil, and other inputs in a cost-effective manner that ensures reliable use of the vehicle using appropriate tools for requisition and approval.
  • Keep the interior and the exterior of the official vehicle clean at all time. Ensure the vehicle log book is updated at every trip; sign by passenger appropriately. Ensure vehicle use polices and procedure is maintained.
  • Respond promptly to request to ensure for vehicle use by appropriate staff. Daily cleaning of the vehicle to ensure vehicles are kept neat at all times.
  • Ensure that the admin Officer or his / her designate is kept abreast of all routine promptness, proper appearance, and respect for laws, passengers and general public. Perform other duties that may be assigned to him by the management.

Educational Qualification

  • A minimum of OND qualification

Other Requirements:

  • A minimum 3-4 years of experience in driving and fleet management. The driver should be conversant with the insecurity situation of Borno state. Previous experience working with NGO or developmental organization will serve as an added advantage.

Technical skills:

  • Ability to work under pressure, confident in facing challenges and overcoming problems.
  • Broad knowledge of automobile and good professional skills.
  • Excellent time management skills.
  • Strong analytical and problem solving skills.
  • In-depth knowledge of scheduling systems and procedures.
  • Fluency in English is essential while knowledge of local languages (Hausa, kanuri, Shuwa) will be an added advantage.

Application Closing Date

Method of Application
Interested and qualified candidates should submit no more than 3-pages of their CV and Cover Letter in one document, addressing the position requirements to “Human Resource Officer” via: using the “Job title and Location” as subject of the email.


  • Only shortlisted applicant will be contacted.
  • CHAD Intl is an equal opportunity employer. CHAD considers all applicants on the basis of merit without prejudice to sex, disability, religion, tribe among others.
  • All employees of CHAD Int’l will to adhere to our Code of Conduct and the organizational values:  Dedicated, innovative, inclusive and accountable


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