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Save the Children Nigeria Recruitment 2018/2019 Application Form – Save the Children Nigeria is recruiting suitably qualified candidates to fill the following positions:

Save the Children Nigeria Recruitment 2018/2019 Application Form.

Save the Children is the world’s leading independent organisation for children. We work in 120 countries. We save children’s lives; we fight for their rights; we help them fulfill their potential. We work together, with our partners, to inspire breakthroughs in the way the world treats children and to achieve immediate and lasting change in their lives.

Save the Children is a child rights organization working to inspire breakthroughs in the way the world treats children and to achieve immediate and lasting change in their lives. Save the Children established an office in Nigeria, the most populous nation in Africa, in 2001. The organization focuses on full spectrum programming – development and humanitarian – with core thematic work in education, child protection, hunger and livelihoods, child rights governance, health and nutrition.

Activities generally focus on building government capacity in policy development and service delivery, while also working with communities and civil society organizations to build demand and accountability mechanisms, and implementing direct services through specific projects and operational research activities.

Working with and through partners such as UNICEF, Action Against Hunger (AAH), Save the Children (SCI) has also invested heavily in advocacy and campaigns. Save the Children uses different strategies including Advocacy, Capacity Building and Service Delivery to gain financial and political commitment from the government to lead the response to improve under-nutrition.

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We are currently seeking qualified candidates for the following positions below:

1. Consultant – Quality Assurance of CDGP Registration, Payment & Exit Processes at Save the Children Nigeria.

Job Title: Consultant – Quality Assurance of CDGP Registration, Payment & Exit Processes

Location: Abuja
Job type: Temporary

Project Summary

  • The Child Development Grant Programme (CDGP) is a DFID Funded program that provides an unconditional cash transfer of 4,000 NGN per month to pregnant women and women with children under the age of two (2) in Zamfara and Jigawa. It is delivered in partnership with Action Against Hunger (AAH)).
  • The programme is being implemented in close collaboration with state governments and is aimed at reducing the prevalence of stunting and improving food security.
  • The overall anticipated outcome is: A scalable programme showing how cash transfers can bring cost-effective immediate and long-term food security and nutrition benefits to eligible households with young children in poor communities in northern Nigeria:
    • Output 1: Secure payments mechanism providing regular, timely cash transfers to pregnant  women and women with under-2s
    • Output 2: An Effective system for mobilisation, targeting and delivering complementary interventions established.
    • Output 3: Enhanced government capacities for and engagement in managing social protection and cash transfers in focus states.
    • Output 4: Evidence of cash transfer modalities and impacts provided to policymakers and practitioners at State and Federal levels.
  • DFID, SCI and AAH, through the CDGP, aims to secure increased political and institutional commitment by the Zamfara and Jigawa state governments to implement effective state-wide social protection to deliver improved nutrition, food security and poverty reduction for women and children at scale.
  • The programme also aims to inform the design and roll out of the National Social Investment Programme (NSIP) and specifically their flagship programme, National Social Safety Net programme (NSSNP).  CDGP’s community-based enrolment, registration, payment and exit processes play a critical role in the success of the programme and provide critical learning for SCI as well as for the Federal and State-financed social protection programmes.

Overview of the Consultancy

  • CDGP has a beneficiary registration and payment portal developed by our payment service provider Stanbic IBTC (Stanbic).
  • The portal has beneficiary data and tracks when they are registered, money paid into their wallets, cash paid out and exited from the programme.
  • The programme has also developed a Management Information System (MIS), which is expected to a repository of all the beneficiary’s information on enrollment and exit into the program.
  • However, challenges in the reconciliation of beneficiaries going through these processes need to be harmonized to provide for checks and balances between the two systems.
  • This we observed could lead to potential inclusion error which needs to be rectified immediately. To address these concerns and refine the processes for greater impact and further learning, the Country Director is inviting an external consultant to conduct a quality assurance assessment of CDGPs beneficiary registration, payment and exit practices from inception till date – approximately a 5 years period.
  • Summarily, the objective of the audit is to enable the auditor to express a professional opinion(s) on the Confidentiality, Integrity and Availability of the CDGP MIS and Stanbic portal systems.
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Risks/Audit Rationale

  • Unreliable data leading to wrong payments or unwarranted penalization.
  • Irregular, inaccurate or interrupted payments.
  • Beneficiary identification information inclusion/exclusion errors.
  • Unauthorized access to data or information.
  • Unauthorized changes or creation of false transactions.
  • Lack of system scalability.
  • Uniformed decisions, lack of data quality/integrity causing reputational or political risks.
  • Lack / unavailability of system generated an Audit trail

Audit Objective
The audit’s objective is to determine whether risk management, control, and governance processes over the Management Information System (MIS) (CDGP system and Stanbic Payment portal) provide reasonable assurance that:

  • Security and confidentiality of data and information are appropriate.
  • Quality  and  Integrity  of  the  data  processed  ensures  accurate  and  complete management reporting.
  • Availability  of  information  for  the  users  is  consistent  with  Service  Level Agreement (SLA) requirements.
  • Effective and efficient processing of information systems.
  • System documentation is adequately maintained.

The consultant will consider the following during the Audit:

  • Procedures to ensure that the application software and subsequent modifications are authorized and tested before implementation.
  • The review, approval, control and editing of source transactions to ensure completeness and prevent error.
  • Reconciliation of Output records with Input entries.
  • Error detection and correction procedures.
  • Logical security, Access Control and right privilege of both systems.
  • Computer facilities and its components.

Audit Scope
The scope of the audit includes the CDGP MIS and Stanbic portal MIS for Save The Children International in Nigeria which consists of the following modules:

  • Registration of Beneficiaries.
  • Beneficiaries’ Information updates.
  • Verification of compliance on Balances, Payments and Cash outs.
  • Monitoring.
  • Administration.
  • Parametrization.

The audit will cover the Governance & Organizational Structure, Information Management, Application Management and Infrastructure components of the MIS, and will assess the following IT General Control and Application control areas:

  • Logical  Access Controls: Verifying  that  controls  exist  to  ensure  that  only authorized users have access to the system and that the people who have access to the system do not have a segregation of duties (SOD) problem with having this access.
  • Data Protection: Determining if data can be accessed or changed without proper authentication and accountability.
  • Input Controls: Determining if input controls are built into the system to verify only valid and correct data can be entered.
  • Processing Controls: Verifying if controls exist to ensure  that  all  data  is processed and accounted for.
  • Output Controls: Verifying that controls are in place to ensure that output confidentiality is maintained according to its classification level.
  • Interface Controls: Verifying that application controls are in place to ensure that data received from other automated sources are verified as accurate before being loaded into the application.
  • Change Management and Control: Determining that the processes and tools used to report, track, approve, fix, and monitor changes on the system are appropriate.
  • Contingency Planning and Backup: Verifying that backup and disaster recovery plan for the systems exist and is appropriately tested.
  • Service Level Agreement: Determining whether the service level agreement requirements are being met such as system response time, system availability and system processing time.
  • System Scalability: Determining whether the information system and related infrastructure can adequately support the anticipated growth in the program beneficiaries.

Specific Areas of Scope focus within Context include:

  • Registration and re-registration practices:
    • Assess registration of new and re-enrolled beneficiaries within the 12 month period including:
    • Approval of registration, re-registrations (women who had been previously exited)
    • Approval of beneficiary changes
  • Payment Practices:
    • Assess creation of payments, disbursement of cash to beneficiary wallets and the cash out within that time period including:
    • Creating and approval of payment
    • Approval of disbursement
    • Cash out process, looking specifically at instances of over-payment or short-payment of beneficiaries.
  • Beneficiary de-activation and Exit:
    • Assess how beneficiaries were de-activated- specifically, evidence to initiate the process, based on what information and what communication was shared to document the decision and process.
    • Assess how beneficiaries were re-activated- specifically, the evidence to initiated the process, based on what information and what communication was shared to document the decision and process
    • Assess how beneficiaries are exited from the programme-specifically, specifically, justification to  initiated the process, based on what information and what communication was shared to document the decision and process

Audit Approach:

  • The  audit will be undertaken through an evaluation of risk management practices, obtaining an understanding of how the system operates, related risks, and relevant risk responses including control measures.
  • The appropriateness of stated controls will be evaluated and compliance assessed by testing whether key controls are working as prescribed, consistently and continuously. The risk of control objectives not being met will be substantiated.

Detailed Tasks Conducted by the Consultant will include:

  • Interview the system and business unit owners
  • Interviews and surveys of technology staff and key business stakeholders (if applicable)
  • Review of existing documentation.
  • Observation of relevant procedures and processes.
  • Identify and review key IT General and Application Controls.
  • Testing of key controls identified
  • Identify and report control gaps and recommendations.

Administration and Reporting:

  • The Consultant will carry out the information system audit in accordance with professional auditing standards preferably with IS Audit and Assurance Standards / Guidelines issued by ISACA and ISO 19011:2018, and will develop an assessment report detailing the extent and impact (consequence) of the identified risks and vulnerabilities for the CDGP MIS and the Stanbic – CDGP payment MIS under review.
  • The report will provide a professional opinion on the reliability of the information processes, the level of control of the systems and also identify corrective actions for the risks that represent significant vulnerabilities.
  • The Consultant will also document recommendations for improvement of managing issues discovered  during  the  assessments  and  ensuing analyses.
  • The audit criteria that should be used must at a minimum include management policies and procedure, and management control guidelines, which are outlined in COBIT 5, as issued by ISACA.

Responsibilities

  • Conduct quality assessment of the three areas (registration and re-registration, payment Practices, beneficiary de-activation and exit) processes on the portal as outlined in section 3 and document non-compliant practices.
  • Understudy the two systems (CDGP MIS and Stanbic) for design errors and make recommendations on how best to improve and synergize the process with a view to perfecting the systems.
  • Cross check compliance with SCI policies, protocol and procedures and documents any breaches and make recommendations  on how best to prevent future occurrences.
  • Compile a report detailing instance of compliance or non-compliances if any and identify the immediate and remote causes with supporting documentation and recommended actions.
  • Report back to the Country Director or his designate on the findings and recommend management actions to further strengthen our controls based on the findings.

Deliverables
The following will be provided upon completion of this task:

  • An audit report with a brief executive summary (one to four pages) containing the audit objectives, scope, approach, overall conclusion, and key business issues.
  • A  detailed  summary  of  observations  supporting  the  report,  containing  the observation,  risk/implication,  and  recommendation  for  improvement  for  each issue.
  • A data dump of beneficiary details as secured from the two MIS systems
  • A report on beneficiary payments,  withdrawals, balances and any possible refunds made from the accounts
  • A report showing number of over-payments / short-payment within the period under review.
  • A listing of all over-payments / short-payment beneficiaries and their values as culled from the database of the systems.
  • All working papers, test results, interview notes, meeting minutes, and other audit evidence.
  • The above-mentioned deliverables must be presented to the country director in a printed form and electronically in a compact disc. In addition, it must also be sent via electronic email / flash drive (if too large) to the Internal Audit Manager, CDGP program Manager, SCI IT Manager, Director of Awards, Director of Operations, Head of Logistics and the Country Director.

Key Contacts:

  • The Country Director
  • The CDGP MIS and Beneficiary Manager
  • The Internal Audit and Control Manager
  • The SCI IT Manager
  • The CDGP Program Manager
  • Senior Social Protection Advisor
  • The Director of Operations
  • The Head of Logistics
  • Field Program Staffs
  • MIS developers (HutSoft)
  • Stanbic IBTC MIS developers

Duration of Consultancy

  • It is expected that the duration of the Audit exercise should be no more than 25 working days to include report submission. Consultancy start date will be agreed between the consultant and SCI CDGP Management Team.

Other Matters Arising:

  • Any other issues of concern arising from this assessment requiring further review will be discussed with the Country Director or his designate and form part of management recommendations / actions when submitting the final report.

Ways of Working:

  • Informal/formal briefs as required
  • Submission of the final report with key findings and recommendations

Qualifications

  • University Degree in IT, Engineering, Systems, Accounting, Finance or related fields.
  • Professional certification of CISA (Certified Information Systems Auditor).
  • Working Knowledge of ISO 19011:2018.
  • Additional professional certifications (CIA, CFE) are desirable
  • Additional professional certifications on information technology are desirable.
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Experience

  • At least 7 years of practical experience in IT audit, preferably in government, public administration or not-for-profit sector.
  • Expert level knowledge and practical experience in auditing IT governance, security, risk management and management of large IT projects.
  • Knowledge in Management Information System Applications is a plus.
  • Knowledge of System design and Architecture is a plus.
  • Language skills: Excellent writing, editing and oral communication skills in English.

Competencies:

  • Strong interpersonal skills, communication and diplomatic skills, ability to work in a team.
  • Openness to change and the ability to receive/integrate feedback.
  • Ability to work under pressure and stressful situations.
  • Strong analytical, reporting, and writing abilities.
  • Excellent public speaking and presentation skills.

Application Closing Date
13th December, 2018.

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


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2. Project Manager at Save the Children Nigeria.

Job Title: Project Manager

Location: Lagos, Nigeria
Reports to: Area Operations Manager with matrix reporting to the Nutrition Programme Manager
Staff reporting to this post: Project Officers
Budget Responsibilities: None
Job Type: Full-time

Role Purpose

  • The project manager based in Lagos will support the Nutrition Programme Manager in overall coordination of the Alive & Thrive project in Kaduna and Lagos while also doubling as the State team leader for the Lagos team.
  • The Project Manager will ensure synergy across the two states and will contribute and work within a dynamic three (3) year Alive & Thrive (A&T) Nutrition Project.
  • As the STL in his/her role will ensure that state-level project objectives, outcomes, and deliverables are met in Lagos and that financial, operational in Lagos and reporting requirements of the donor are adhered to in Lagos State.
  • S/he will be working closely with the Nutrition Programme Manager and managing core staff of technical and administrative programme experts.

Scope of Role

  • The Project Manager Lagos will work closely with the Nutrition Programme Manager, STL Kaduna, SBCC Adviser, Senior Project Officer and Monitoring and Evaluation Manager.

Key Deliverables Include
State level quality implementation:

  • Part of the Programme Management Unit (PMU) and an active contributor to the Nutrition and Alive & Thrive Programme teams.
  • Accountable for the delivery of Project objectives, outcomes, and milestones at the state level and ensures that financial, operational, and reporting requirements of the programme and the donor are followed.
  • Ensure the results of logical framework are achieved with the support of the Programme Manager.
  • Work closely with the A&T teams in Lagos & Kaduna to ensure all interventions are delivered to the highest quality standards and according to approved workplans.
  • Ensure State level workplans (annual, quarterly, monthly and weekly) are prepared and approved by the Programme Manager according to set timelines.
  • Support STL Kaduna and Programme Officers to develop timely budgets and workplans and further ensure the implementation of activities as agreed in the workplan.
  • Work in collaboration with the Kaduna & Lagos State team through formal and informal exchanges to increase the impact of the project.
  • Ensure that all outputs of the Alive and Thrive Project are met, working together to promote a “one team” approach.
  • Liaise with other relevant nutrition programmes in Save the Children International as well as in Lagos & Kaduna States as appropriate to further the outcomes of the programme.
  • Ensure the mainstreaming of child safeguarding (safe programming) and fraud awareness in programme implementation.
  • Leverage the technical assistance from the Nutrition team in the Country office to ensure effective and high quality programme delivery.

Monitoring and Documentation:

  • Work in collaboration with the Monitoring and Evaluation Manager to ensure that State Programme data is accurate and updated for Lagos state.
  • Accountable for the delivery of quality Reports of activities in Lagos State as per schedule agreed with the PM.
  • Ensure case studies and success stories are periodically developed from Lagos State’s A&T implementation.
  • Weekly programme update meeting with the PMU and Kaduna STL

Representation of the Project:

  • Representation of the project at state level events in Lagos States
  • Convey the overall purpose, activities, and achievements of the Project to external stakeholders in the state.
  • Ensure A&T representation and contribution in relevant meetings in Lagos & Kaduna State.
  • Collaborate with other nutrition actors in Lagos & Kaduna State.

Human Resources Development:

  • Ensure that all Line-managed Staff are supported to produce quality and timely deliverables.
  • Build capacity of Line-manged staff in areas requiring need development.
  • Support the recruitment of new team members.

Additional job responsibilities:

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

Skills and Behaviours (SCI Values in Practice)
Accountability:

  • Holds self accountable for making decisions, managing resources efficiently, achieving and role modelling Save the Children values.
  • Works closely and constructively with many colleagues at all levels and across cultures, influencing effectively while having little formal authority and to hold peers accountable to deliver on their responsibilities.
  • Sensitivity to the needs of a range of stakeholders and able to balance conflicting interests to create shared goals.
  • A proactive and flexible approach to work.

Ambition:

  • Sets ambitious and challenging goals for themselves, takes responsibility for their own personal development.
  • Proactive, forward thinker who is able to plan ahead and anticipate requirements and problems

Collaboration:

  • Maintains a calm disposition and positive outlook when working under pressure.
  • Self-motivated and able to work with a high degree of autonomy as well as with others.
  • Fully appreciates of the value of cooperation, both internationally and within a team.

Creativity:

  • Develops and encourages new and innovative solutions and cuts away bureaucracy and encourages an entrepreneurial approach.
  • Thinks creatively and strategically and translates strategy into practical action.
  • Analyses complex information from different sources and to synthesise this information into coherent briefs and communication documents.

Integrity:

  • Honest, encourages openness and transparency, builds trust and confidence. Displays consistent and excellent judgement.
  • Strong interpersonal and negotiation skills with proven experience of relationship management with stakeholders.
  • Passion and commitment to the values of Save the Children.

Application Closing Date
30th November, 2018.

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

Note

  • Applicants are advised that Save the Children International does not require any payment or expense during the entire recruitment process. Any request in this direction should be immediately reported as it is contrary to the values and practices of our organization.
  • Due to the volume of applications received, Save the Children may not provide feedback to all applicants.
  • Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
  • Qualified candidates are encouraged to apply as soon as possible, as applications will be reviewed as received. Save the Children reserves the right to change the closing date, if considered necessary.

3. Social Behavior Change Communication Advisor (SBCC) at Save the Children Nigeria.

Job Title: Social Behavior Change Communication Advisor (SBCC)

Location: Lagos
Job type: Full-time
Reports to: Area Operations Manager with matrix reporting to the Nutrition Programme Manager

The Role

  • The SBCC Advisor will be based in Lagos will contribute and work within a dynamic three (3) year Alive & Thrive (A&T) Nutrition Project.
  • The Social and Behaviour Change Communication (SBCC) Advisor will be a senior member of the project team and will work with Government of Lagos and Kaduna states, local partners, Wellbeing Foundation, community organizations, FHI, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and others to achieve the implementation of a comprehensive program to reduce behavioural barriers to the uptake of promoted feeding practices for children under
  • The Social and Behaviour Change Communication (SBCC) Advisor will develop SBCC strategies and training materials, and conduct trainings that promote consistent nutrition/consumption behaviours for the Alive & Thrive project.
  • The incumbent will improve nutrition and breastfeeding practices through innovative SBCC strategies that sustainably bring about positive behaviour change.
  • The SBCC Advisor work at the national, state, and LGA levels with government to incorporate appropriate nutrition objectives into their activities.
  • He/she will provides global scientific leadership by staying current of evolving technical standards, guidelines, and program developments in area of expertise.
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Scope of Role

  • The SBCC Advisor will work closely with the  Project Manager/STL Lagos Alive & Thrive, STL Kaduna, Nutrition Programme Manager and Senior Project Officer

Key Deliverables
State level quality implementation:

  • Accountable for the delivery of all Project related SBCC objectives, outcomes, and milestones at the programme level and reporting requirements of the programme.
  • Provides technical assistance to develop and implement health communication strategies, and integrate SBCC activities into A&T interventions in Lagos and Kaduna to motivate households for the uptake of promoted IYCF/Breastfeeding behaviours and improved dietary diversity and nutritional outcomes. Shares new knowledge/evidence and best practices through collaboration with relevant departments and personnel
  • Provides technical assistance related to the development and implementation of SBCC strategies for the promotion of IYCF practices in all project phases from formative research through design, media and material production, community mobilization, engagement with Health workers and evaluation.
  • Completes detailed strategy write-ups, work plans, and delivers quarterly reports and all other reporting requirements.
  • Develop or review technical resource materials (e.g., training materials, SBCC plans, strategy documents, job aids) and programming tools to support meeting Project objectives.
  • Conduct  research for messages and materials development under the guidance of the programme manager and project manager
  • Provide technical assistance to State Ministries of Health, local government, community at all levels and implementing partners, and support documentation of such activities
  • Work with Lagos and Kaduna state teams, government partners, community leaders, traditional and religious leaders to design communication and messaging content.
  • Strengthen capacities of government and other partners to develop and manage IYCF/Nutrition communication activities.
  • Supports the development of work plans, quarterly and annual reports, and all other reporting requirements for Lagos and Kaduna.
  • Liaises with and manages partner organizations involved in country program activities, and builds capacity of local organizations and Government of Nigeria departments through the development and implementation of capacity assessments, training courses, and other capacity strengthening activities.

Monitoring and Documentation:

  • Work in collaboration with the Programme Manager to ensure that state reports is accurate and updated.
  • Accountable for the delivery of quality SBCC Reports of activities in Lagos and Kaduna State as per schedule agreed with the Programme Manager.
  • Ensure case studies and success stories are periodically developed from Lagos and Kaduna State’s A&T implementation.
  • Development of monthly SBCC reports for Kaduna and Lagos States
  • Monthly SBCC workplan and forecast for Kaduna and Lagos State

Representation of the Project:

  • Convey the overall project SBCC purpose, activities, and achievements of the Project to external stakeholders in the state.
  • Ensure A&T representation and contribution in SBCC related meetings in Lagos and Kaduna States.
  • Collaborate with other nutrition actors in Lagos and Kaduna States.

Additional Job Responsibilities

  • This job description summarizes the main duties of the job. It neither prescribes nor restricts the exact tasks that may be assigned to carry out these duties. This document should not be construed in any way to represent a contract of employment. Management reserves the right to review and revise this document at any time.

Skills And Behaviours (SCI Values in Practice)
Accountability:

  • Holds self accountable for making decisions, managing resources efficiently, achieving and role modelling Save the Children values.
  • Works closely and constructively with many colleagues at all levels and across cultures, influencing effectively while having little formal authority and to hold peers accountable to deliver on their responsibilities.
  • Sensitivity to the needs of a range of stakeholders and able to balance conflicting interests to create shared goals.
  • A proactive and flexible approach to work.

Ambition:

  • Sets ambitious and challenging goals for themselves, takes responsibility for their own personal development.
  • Proactive, forward thinker who is able to plan ahead and anticipate requirements and problems

Qualifications, Experience and Skills

  • Academic/professional qualification in nutrition at post graduate level or equivalent.
  • Postgraduate degree in Health Communications, Public Health Management, Social Sciences, International Development, or a related field.
  • 6-10 years of experience in international development communications and a minimum of 5 years’ experience of leadership and management of relevant related SBCC interventions.
  • Knowledge and experience in health education and behavioural change communication is required.
  • Strong understanding of current state of the evidence on nutrition, and knowledge of state of the art social and behaviour change communication models and strategies and their practical application to nutrition specifically.
  • Experience in developing and implementing a behavioural change communication strategy, focusing on creating demand for community and facility-based health services.
  • Knowledge of evidence-based, innovative, and practical solutions to communication challenges in developing countries.
  • Field experience in developing and implementing SBCC projects and programs in Africa and/or other regions that have demonstrated impact, at scale.
  • Understanding of widely accepted formative research, pretesting, and monitoring and evaluation methodologies for effective SBCC interventions.
  • Experience in designing and implementing at least two health (Nutrition, Water/Sanitation, RMNCH and/or livelihoods) projects that include a strong behaviour change communication component.
  • Guiding and providing technical assistance to project/host country government staffs working on Social Behavioural Change Communications projects.
  • Experience in developing behavioural change communication tools and materials.
  • Experience in monitoring and evaluation of developmental communications/health/governance projects and implementation research experience.
  • Demonstrated strong technical, programming, and management skills.
  • Proven ability to work as an effective team member.
  • Excellent oral/written communication skills in English.
  • Demonstrated interpersonal and negotiation skills, and experience working in collaboration with Government,  communities partners, donors, and NGOs.
  • Ability to set priorities while multi-tasking, and meet deadlines.

Application Closing Date
30th November, 2018.

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

Note

  • Applicants are advised that Save the Children International does not require any payment or expense during the entire recruitment process. Any request in this direction should be immediately reported as it is contrary to the values and practices of our organization.
  • Due to the volume of applications received, Save the Children may not provide feedback to all applicants. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
  • Qualified candidates are encouraged to apply as soon as possible, as applications will be reviewed as received. Save the Children reserves the right to change the closing date, if considered necessary.
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