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Ongoing Recruitment At Solidarites International (SI) [10 Positions]

Posted on :

3 Mar, 2017

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Administrative Jobs in Nigeria, Logistics Jobs in Nigeria

Solidarites International (SI) – For over 35 years, the humanitarian aid organization SOLIDARITÉS INTERNATIONAL has been committed to providing aid in the event of conflict and natural disasters. Our mission is to provide aid as quickly and as efficiently as possible to endangered
populations by meeting their vital needs: drinking water, food and shelter.

We are recruiting to fill the position below:

Job Title: Logistic Coordinator
Location:
Abuja, Maiduguri
Desired Start Date: 1st May, 2017
Duration of the Mission: 8 months

Organization of the Mission

  • The Nigeria mission is currently stabilizing its opening process. Due to projects’ expansion, a substantial increase in base staffing is ongoing.
  • Coordination is expected to spend a considerable amount of time in Maiduguri, in direct support of field based operations.
  • Therefore, the mission has a coordination team based between Abuja and Maiduguri, which includes a Head of Mission, an Administrative coordinator, a Logistics Coordinator and a Deputy Country Director supervising a Monitoring Evaluation, Accountability and Learning Coordinator, a Wash Coordinator, a Shelter Coordinator, a Reporting Officer.
  • Operations are to be based in Maiduguri, Monguno and other relevant areas such as Dikwa and N’gala.
  • In Maiduguri the team is currently composed of one Field Coordinator, Project Manager(s), a Base Logistician and an Administrator.
  • The Monguno sub-base is composed of an Administrative and Logistics Manager supported by a Log/Admin assistant recruited as national staff and an activity manager.
  • The Dikwa sub base will open in March 2017 and will have the same set up.

About the Job

  • The logistics coordinator pilot logistics activities of the mission to ensure the smooth running of SI programs in the country.
  • He ensures the implementation of SI procedures and logistics tools on the mission and ensure their compliance and their proper use.
  • He helps define the mission strategy, drafting and design projects necessary means and activities SI.
  • He supports the head of mission in the operational safety.
  • He is the referent on the mission and the link between headquarters and the mission for any issue related to logistics.

Your Profile
Education:

  • Bac + 5 (Master’s Degree) Degree in Water Sanitation and Hygiene related sector, Engineering, Environment and/or Geology, and/or professional technical humanitarian-oriented training (Bioforce WASH)

Experience:

  • Previous experience in coordination position.
  • 3 years’ experience in relevant Water, Sanitation and Hygiene project management and/or coordination in NGO / humanitarian fields.
  • Previous experience in an unstable environment significant previous experiences in emergency contexts and protracted crises (conflict / post conflict country), is an asset.
  • Experience in cash-based project is an asset.
  • Experience in team management.
  • Experience in delivering training and capacity building of staff.
  • Significant experience in an English-speaking environment.

Technical skills and knowledge:

  • Knowledge of project cycle management, project design and proposal writing.
  • Technical knowledge on Hydrogeology basics, boreholes drilling and O&M, wells construction, stream catchment and gravity flow network design and management.
  • Knowledge of community mobilization, water and sanitation social management, hygiene promotion methodologies and public health basics.
  • Knowledge in cash based initiatives is an asset.
  • Knowledge of SI rules and procedures is an advantage.
  • Knowledge of disaster risk reduction approaches would be an advantage.

Transferable Skills:

  • Excellent analytical skills.
  • Capacity to work under pressure to tight deadlines.
  • Good organization skills.
  • Good writing/editing skills.

Language:

  • English mandatory (oral and written), Housa would be an asset

Other Desirable Qualities:

  • Knowledge of working in an Islamic country.
  • Ability to live in security-tensed contexts with restrictive security rules and limited leisure and entertainment possibilities.
  • Patience, persistence, pedagogic talent.
  • Autonomy, rigor and the ability to adapt are indispensable skills.
  • Knowledge of the Afghan context would be highly appreciated.
  • Good computer skills (Microsoft office package, Google earth pro, any GIS software like ARCGIS and/or CAD software like AutoCAD).

We Offer
A Salaried Post:

  • According to experience from 2000 euros gross per month, plus 10% annual leave allowance paid monthly, and a monthly Per Diem.
  • As a special benefit for the Nigeria mission from the 1st of January until the 30th of June 2017, each expatriate will receive 500 euros on his monthly gross salary.
  • Accompanied with 600 usd monthly per diem.
  • Social and medical cover: Expatriates benefit from an insurance package which reimburses all healthcare expenses (including medical and surgical expenses, dental care and ophthalmological expenses, repatriation) and a welfare system including war risks. Essential vaccination and antimalarial treatment costs are refunded.

Vacation:

  • During the assignment, the expatriate is entitled to R&R every three months: two weeks at three months with a 500 euro allowance and two weeks at six months with a plane ticket back home covered by Solidarités.
  • After 6 weeks one the field, expatriate will be encouraged to take 1 week in Abuja (3 days off and 2 days in office)
    •  and needs gaps in the FSL humanitarian response as well as potential donors through participation coordination mechanism
  • Develop FSL proposals addressing food security issue, including the leading of an assessment (most probably a proposal for Food For Peace – in Maiduguri)
  • Depending on the evolution of the proposals, support the launching of FSL activities (MoU with partners, tools for beneficiaries identification, monitoring, area delimitation)

Concerning Methodology and Deliverables:

  • Before departure to Nigeria, the FSL strategy developer will be briefed by the desk team.
  • While arriving in Nigeria, the person in charge of the assessment will have to meet the different actors of SI’s country team.
  • A bibliographical review of the numerous proposals and reports written by SI’s team in the past years will have to be done.
  • The person in charge of the assessment(s) will have to meet partners at Abuja and Maiduguri levels to have a better understanding of the partners, activities within the country. Based on that, a stakeholder’s analysis will have to be done.
  • The FSL strategy developer will also have to analyse different secondary data in order to define priority areas
  • Interviews of different FSL actors (donors, INGO, locals partners, etc.) will lead to a global stakeholder analysis.
  • Once chosen one or ideally two priority areas, one (or two) assessment(s) will have to be led to analyse the encountered needs and to shape a response project.
  • Beside secondary data, the person in charge of the assessment(s) will have to gather on-the-spot
  • Finally, the FSL strategy developer will be asked to write an assessment report and to draft concept notes & proposals in response of the observed needs for each of the area assessed.

All Deliverables are due before the end of the 2 months contract (or before according to donor calendars):

  • At least one full proposal (based on the relevant donor template) to address food security issues, including short assessment report, LFA, Bill of quantities, budget, HR and logistic means, logistic means…
  • Short Concept Note, including LFA, budget, BoQ for potential identified donors
  • 1 brief visit report (max 10 pages) with a description of areas of focus and the recommendations regarding short and midterm interventions as well as exit strategies
  • 1 table with the main FSL actors (international and local NGOs, potential donors) in Nigeria and their 2017 strategies if shared

Your Profile

  • The person in charged will be at least a 3 years experienced humanitarian actor working in the FSL sector, with at least one proven experience as a FSL coordinator in emergency context.
  • The person in charge should demonstrate an experience in assessment and proposal writing.
  • He/she will have to demonstrate a good knowledge and experienced in rural development, cash transfer programs (including market analysis) and livelihood programming.
  • A good knowledge of Nigeria’s context and/or Sahel context is an asset.
  • Fluent in English (spoken and written), as it will be the working language. Hausa is an asset

We Offer
A Salaried Post:

  • According to experience from 2000 euros gross per month, plus 10% annual leave allowance paid monthly, and a monthly Per Diem.
  • As a special benefit for the Nigeria mission from the 1st of January until the 30th of June 2017, each expatriate will receive 500 euros on his monthly gross salary.
  • Accompanied with 600 usd monthly per diem.
  • Social and medical cover: Expatriates benefit from an insurance package which reimburses all healthcare expenses (including medical and surgical expenses, dental care and ophthalmological expenses, repatriation) and a welfare system including war risks. Essential vaccination and antimalarial treatment costs are refunded.

Vacation:

  • During the assignment, the expatriate is entitled to R&R every three months: two weeks at three months with a 500 euro allowance and two weeks at six months with a plane ticket back home covered by Solidarités.
  • After 6 weeks one the field, expatriate will be encouraged to take 1 week in Abuja (3 days off and 2 days in office)

  

Job Title: WaSH Coordinator
Locations: Abuja and Maiduguri
Desired Start Date: 1/05/2017
Duration of the mission: 8 months

About the Mission
A food crisis and challenging security lead to an expanding mission, with special HR benefits…SI has been operating in Borno State since July 2016, and is strongly focusing on the massive life-saving needs of the conflict-affected populations, through a 3-legged strategy:

  • Multisectorial early recovery interventions in secured areas – Iimplemented at neighborhood level in order to take into consideration the environmental context, risk factors, availability of resources and resilience capacities at a community level. This holistic approach entails a vulnerability-tailored assistance combined with a capacity building component.
  • Acting on water to fight against malnutrition – SI with its partner, a medical NGO, is doing its best to reduce malnutrition rates, especially of under-5-year children, alongside host communities and displaced people. To do so, SI equips nutrition and healthcare centers with water treatment and sanitation systems. In parallel, in host communities in both cities and in the camp in which 40,000 displaced people are living, within the walls of an old school in the city of Monguno, our teams are renovating water points, building toilets and working on water treatment solutions.
  • Reducing food insecurity – In Maiduguri and especially Muna Garaje – SI is implementing cash distribution programmes with vouchers (particularly for families with acute-malnourished children) to permit food access to the most vulnerable populations. SI aims to reduce significant food insecurity in the area. The other important line is that our team is acting on the stabilisation and safeguarding of livelihoods, to empower populations and decrease their dependence on food assistance, and furthermore, to reduce food insecurity.
  • An emergency multisectoral assessment capacity in remote areas – RRM-inspired, and taking into consideration Borno State-related security and access situation, this axis would allow the provision of concrete, response-sizing oriented data to the humanitarian community, in strong coordination with mapping and coordination actors (OCHA, IOM database, Intersos interactive mapping database).
  • Rapid response mechanism in IDPs camp-like settings outside Maiduguri – subsequently to the assessment axis, SI is aiming at covering the basic needs of displaced and non-displaced populations pockets in Borno most affected LGAs, in completion of ICRC’s current one-shot coverage.

Organization of the Mission:

  • The Nigeria mission is currently stabilizing its opening process. Due to projects’ expansion, a substantial increase in base staffing is ongoing.
  • Coordination is expected to spend a considerable amount of time in Maiduguri, in direct support of field based operations.
  • Therefore, the mission has a coordination team based between Abuja and Maiduguri, which includes a Head of Mission, an Administrative coordinator, a Logistics Coordinator and a Deputy Country Director supervising a Monitoring Evaluation, Accountability and Learning Coordinator, a Wash Coordinator, a Shelter Coordinator, a Reporting Officer.
  • Operations are to be based in Maiduguri, Monguno and other relevant areas such as Dikwa and N’gala.
  • In Maiduguri the team is currently composed of one Field Coordinator, Project Manager(s), a Base Logistician and an Administrator.
  • The Monguno sub-base is composed of an Administrative and Logistics Manager supported by a Log/Admin assistant recruited as national staff and an activity manager.

About the Job

  • The WASH coordinator, as technical advisor of the mission, contributes to the development of Solidarités International strategy by proposing a sector-based strategy in the field of Water supply, Sanitation and HP.
  • He/she specifically guarantees the quality and suitability of proposed technical approaches and ensures the appropriateness of WASH activities and general SI objectives to the needs of the local populations.
  • He/she coordinates the project cycle and more particularly the operational monitoring of WASH programs implemented in the intervention country.
  • He/she contributes to the process of capitalization and the improvement of Solidarités International methods and techniques in the field of WASH.

Requirements
Education:

  • Bac + 5 (master’s degree) degree in Water Sanitation and Hygiene related sector, Engineering, Environment and/or Geology, and/or professional technical humanitarian-oriented training (Bioforce WASH)

Experience:

  • Previous experience in coordination position.
  • Three years’ experience in relevant Water, Sanitation and Hygiene project management and/or coordination in NGO / humanitarian fields.
  • Previous experience in an unstable environment significant previous experiences in emergency contexts and protracted crises (conflict / post conflict country), is an asset.
  • Experience in cash-based project is an asset.
  • Experience in team management.
  • Experience in delivering training and capacity building of staff.
  • Significant experience in an English-speaking environment.

Technical Skills and Knowledge:

  • Knowledge of project cycle management, project design and proposal writing.
  • Technical knowledge on hydrogeology basics, boreholes drilling and O&M, wells construction, stream catchment and gravity flow network design and management.
  • Knowledge of community mobilization, water and sanitation social management, hygiene promotion methodologies and public health basics.
  • Knowledge in cash based initiatives is an asset.
  • Knowledge of SI rules and procedures is an advantage.
  • Knowledge of disaster risk reduction approaches would be an advantage.

Transferable Skills:

  • Excellent analytical skills.
  • Capacity to work under pressure to tight deadlines.
  • Good organization skills.
  • Good writing/editing skills.

Language:

  • English mandatory (oral and written), Hausa would be an asset.

Other Desirable Qualities:

  • Knowledge of working in an Islamic country.
  • Ability to live in security-tensed contexts with restrictive security rules and limited leisure and entertainment possibilities.
  • Patience, persistence, pedagogic talent.
  • Autonomy, rigor and the ability to adapt are indispensable skills.
  • Knowledge of the Afghan context would be highly appreciated.
  • Good computer skills (Microsoft office package, Google earth pro, any GIS software like ARCGIS and/or CAD software like AutoCAD)

We Offer
A salaried post:

  • According to experience from 2000 euros gross per month, plus 10% annual leave allowance paid monthly, and a monthly Per Diem.
  • As a special benefit for the Nigeria mission from the 1st of January until the 30th of June 2017, each expatriate will receive 500 euros on his monthly gross salary.
  • Accompanied with 600 usd monthly per diem.

Social and Medical Cover:

  • Expatriates benefit from an insurance package which reimburses all healthcare expenses (including medical and surgical expenses, dental care and ophthalmological expenses, repatriation) and a welfare system including war risks. Essential vaccination and antimalarial treatment costs are refunded.

Vacation:

  • During the assignment, the expatriate is entitled to R&R every three months: two weeks at three months with a 500 euro allowance and two weeks at six months with a plane ticket back home covered by Solidarités.
  • After 6 weeks one the field, expatriate will be encouraged to take 1 week in Abuja (3 days off and 2 days in office)

Job Title: Food Security and Livelihoods (FSL) Strategy Developer
Location:
Abuja, Maiduguri
Desired Start Date: 16th March, 2017
Duration of the Mission: 2 months

Organization of the Mission

  • The Nigeria mission is currently stabilizing its opening process. Due to projects’ expansion, a substantial increase in base staffing is ongoing.
  • Coordination is expected to spend a considerable amount of time in Maiduguri, in direct support of field based operations.
  • Therefore, the mission has a coordination team based between Abuja and Maiduguri, which includes a Head of Mission, an Administrative coordinator, a Logistics Coordinator and a Deputy Country Director supervising a Monitoring Evaluation, Accountability and Learning Coordinator, a Wash Coordinator, a Shelter Coordinator, a Reporting Officer.
  • Operations are to be based in Maiduguri, Monguno and other relevant areas such as Dikwa and N’gala.
  • In Maiduguri the team is currently composed of one Field Coordinator, Project Manager(s), a Base Logistician and an Administrator.
  • The Monguno sub-base is composed of an Administrative and Logistics Manager supported by a Log/Admin assistant recruited as national staff and an activity manager.
  • The Dikwa sub base will open in March 2017 and will have the same set up.

About the Job

The main objective of the mission is to refine and operationalize the 2017 FSL strategy of SI in Borno state. For now the strategy includes:

  • Cash Transfer in Maiduguri
  • Food distribution in new liberated area
  • Livelihood support, including IGA, micro-gardening and small scale agriculture
  • More precisely, the support will be asked to:
  • Represent SI in all FSL related fora (cluster, working groups, etc.) in collaboration with the country director,
  • Identify geographical and needs gaps in the FSL humanitarian response as well as potential donors through participation coordination mechanism
  • Develop FSL proposals addressing food security issue, including the leading of an assessment (most probably a proposal for Food For Peace – in Maiduguri)
  • Depending on the evolution of the proposals, support the launching of FSL activities (MoU with partners, tools for beneficiaries identification, monitoring, area delimitation)

Concerning Methodology and Deliverables:

  • Before departure to Nigeria, the FSL strategy developer will be briefed by the desk team.
  • While arriving in Nigeria, the person in charge of the assessment will have to meet the different actors of SI’s country team.
  • A bibliographical review of the numerous proposals and reports written by SI’s team in the past years will have to be done.
  • The person in charge of the assessment(s) will have to meet partners at Abuja and Maiduguri levels to have a better understanding of the partners, activities within the country. Based on that, a stakeholder’s analysis will have to be done.
  • The FSL strategy developer will also have to analyse different secondary data in order to define priority areas
  • Interviews of different FSL actors (donors, INGO, locals partners, etc.) will lead to a global stakeholder analysis.
  • Once chosen one or ideally two priority areas, one (or two) assessment(s) will have to be led to analyse the encountered needs and to shape a response project.
  • Beside secondary data, the person in charge of the assessment(s) will have to gather on-the-spot
  • Finally, the FSL strategy developer will be asked to write an assessment report and to draft concept notes & proposals in response of the observed needs for each of the area assessed.

All Deliverables are due before the end of the 2 months contract (or before according to donor calendars):

  • At least one full proposal (based on the relevant donor template) to address food security issues, including short assessment report, LFA, Bill of quantities, budget, HR and logistic means, logistic means…
  • Short Concept Note, including LFA, budget, BoQ for potential identified donors
  • 1 brief visit report (max 10 pages) with a description of areas of focus and the recommendations regarding short and midterm interventions as well as exit strategies
  • 1 table with the main FSL actors (international and local NGOs, potential donors) in Nigeria and their 2017 strategies if shared

Your Profile

  • The person in charged will be at least a 3 years experienced humanitarian actor working in the FSL sector, with at least one proven experience as a FSL coordinator in emergency context.
  • The person in charge should demonstrate an experience in assessment and proposal writing.
  • He/she will have to demonstrate a good knowledge and experienced in rural development, cash transfer programs (including market analysis) and livelihood programming.
  • A good knowledge of Nigeria’s context and/or Sahel context is an asset.
  • Fluent in English (spoken and written), as it will be the working language. Hausa is an asset

We Offer
A Salaried Post:

  • According to experience from 2000 euros gross per month, plus 10% annual leave allowance paid monthly, and a monthly Per Diem.
  • As a special benefit for the Nigeria mission from the 1st of January until the 30th of June 2017, each expatriate will receive 500 euros on his monthly gross salary.
  • Accompanied with 600 usd monthly per diem.
  • Social and medical cover: Expatriates benefit from an insurance package which reimburses all healthcare expenses (including medical and surgical expenses, dental care and ophthalmological expenses, repatriation) and a welfare system including war risks. Essential vaccination and antimalarial treatment costs are refunded.

Vacation:

  • During the assignment, the expatriate is entitled to R&R every three months: two weeks at three months with a 500 euro allowance and two weeks at six months with a plane ticket back home covered by Solidarités.
  • After 6 weeks one the field, expatriate will be encouraged to take 1 week in Abuja (3 days off and 2 days in office)

Job Title: Shelter Coordinator
Job Reference: SRH02694
Locations: Abuja and Maiduguri
Desired start date: 1/04/2017
Duration of the mission: 2 months

About the Job

  • The Shelter coordinator, as a technical advisor to the mission, contributes to the development of Solidarites International shelter strategy by supporting identification of uncovered needs, proposing a sector-based strategy and overseeing the quality of the Shelter programs implemented by the mission.
  • He/she specifically guarantees the quality and suitability of proposed technical approaches and ensures the appropriateness of the Shelter related activities and general SI objectives to the needs of the local populations.
  • He/she coordinates the project cycle and more particularly the operational monitoring of Shelter programs implemented in Lebanon.
  • He/She ensures SI representation to the technical and sectorial working groups and reporting on SI interventions.
  • He/She contributes to the process of institutional knowledge building and the improvement of Solidarités International methods and techniques in the field of Shelter.
  • He/She builds up the technical skills of the program team in the field of Shelter.

Your Profile
Education:

  • University Degree in architecture, urbanism or humanitarian affairs. Strong experience may substitute for formal education.

Experience:

  • 4 years of documented experience in shelter programming
  • Experience in protection programming is an advantage
  • Knowledge of shelter programs in crisis context
  • Work experience in semi-urban and urban context
  • Knowledge of Nigeria context
  • Previous experience with SI and in remote context is an asset

Technical skills and knowledge:

  • Problem solving and analytical skills with the ability to assess challenges and recommend solutions
  • Strong management and training/capacity-building skills
  • Computer literacy with very good command of MS Office Suite

Soft Skills and Spirit:

  • Excellent diplomacy skills
  • Good verbal and written communication skills
  • Ability to delegate
  • Flexible (will have to take on responsibilities that might not be directly on his/her JD)
  • Adaptability to changing work environment and possible volatile security situation
  • Stress management skills: ability to work under pressure to meet tight deadlines, with peaks of heavy workloads;

Languages:

  • Fluent English: speaking, reading and writing skills
  • Hausa is an asset

Others:

  • Commitment to the fundamental principles of SI’s charter and ethos
  • Unstable security conditions in Maiduguri, ability to adapt and work under pressure

We Offer
A salaried post:

  • According to experience from 2500 euros gross per month, plus 10% annual leave allowance paid monthly, and a monthly Per Diem.
  • As a special benefit for the Nigeria mission from the 1st of January until the 30th of June 2017, each expatriate will receive 500 euros on his monthly gross salary.
  • Accompanied with 600 usd monthly per diem.

Social and Medical cover:

  • Expatriates benefit from an insurance package which reimburses all healthcare expenses (including medical and surgical expenses, dental care and ophthalmology expenses, repatriation) and a welfare system including war risks. Essential vaccination and antimalarial treatment costs are refunded.

Vacation:

  • During the assignment, the expatriate is entitled to R&R every three months: two weeks at three months with a 500 euro allowance and two weeks at six months with a plane ticket back home covered by Solidarites.
  • After 6 weeks one the field, expatriate will be encouraged to take 1 week in Abuja (3 days off and 2 days in office)

Job Title: Deputy Country Director in charge of programs
Job ID:
SRH02667
Location: 
Maiduguri

Mission

  • A food crisis and challenging security lead to an expanding mission, with special HR benefits…
  • SI has been operating in Borno State since July 2016, and is strongly focusing on the massive life-saving needs of the conflict-affected populations, through a 3-legged strategy:
  • WASH emergency activities in collaboration with a partner medical NGO and Multisector early recovery interventions in secured areas, implemented at neighborhood level in order to take into consideration the environmental context, risk factors, availability of resources and resilience capacities at a community level. This holistic approach entails a vulnerability-tailored assistance combined with a capacity building component.
  • Emergency multisectorial assessment capacity in remote areas aiming at allowing the provision of concrete, response-sizing-oriented data to the humanitarian community, in strong coordination with mapping and coordination actors (OCHA, IOM DTM).
  • Rapid Response Mechanism in newly accessible areas, in order to provide adequate, massive rapid responses. The scope of intervention considers an integrated response so as to cover the basic essential needs of displaced and non-displaced populations.
  • The Nigeria mission is currently stabilizing its opening process. Due to projects’ expansion, a substantial increase in base staffing is expected in January and February 2017.
  • Coordination is expected to spend a considerable amount of time in Maiduguri, in direct support of field based operations.
  • Therefore, the mission has a coordination team based between Abuja and Maiduguri, which includes a Head of Mission, an Administrative coordinator, a Logistics Coordinator and a Program Coordinator.
  • Operations are to be based in Maiduguri, Monguno and other relevant areas.
  • In Maiduguri the team is currently composed of one Field Coordinator, Project Manager(s), a Base Logistician and an Administrator.
  • The Monguno sub-base is composed of an Administrative and Logistics Manager supported by a Log/Admin assistant recruited as national staff and an activity manager.
  • The Dikwa sub base will open in February 2017 and will have the same set up.

Function

  • The program coordinator contributes to the development of SI strategy by proposing sector-based strategies for the whole activities.
  • He/she specifically the guarantor of the quality and suitability of proposed technical approaches and ensures the appropriateness between SI’s activities and general objectives and needs of the population.
  • He/she coordinates the project cycle and more particularly the operational monitoring of programs implemented in the intervention country.
  • He/she contributes to the capitalization process and the improvement of Solidarités International methods and techniques.

Profile

  • Education: Project Management and/or WaSH or Foods Security background.
  • Experience: Work in Emergency Context and Remote set up, Developing country strategy and programing & mission opening
  • Technical skills and knowledge: Experience in Livelihoods, Cash based assistance, Experience in WASH programs
  • Transferable skills: Proposal writing, Assessment
  • Languages: English mandatory
  • Other desirable qualities: unstable security conditions in Maiduguri, ability to adapt and work under pressure

Statue
A salaried post:

  • According to experience from 2500 euros gross per month, plus 10% annual leave allowance paid monthly, and a monthly Per Diem.

Social and Medical cover:

  • Expatriates benefit from an insurance package which reimburses all healthcare expenses (including medical and surgical expenses, dental care and ophthalmological expenses, repatriation) and a welfare system including war risks.
  • Essential vaccination and antimalarial treatment costs are refunded.

Vacation:

  • During the assignment, the expatriate is entitled to R&R every three months: one week at three months and nine months (with a 500 euro allowance) and two weeks at six months (with a plane ticket back home covered by Solidarités).
  • After 6 weeks one the field, expatriate will be encouraged to take 1 week in Abuja (3 days off and 2 days in office)

Mission Duration:

  • 6 months (renewable).

  

Job Title: Logistic Project Manager
Location: Monguno
Desired Start Date: 15/03/2017 – Under funding confirmation
Duration of the Mission: 6 months

About the Mission
SI has been operating in Borno State since July 2016, and is strongly focusing on the massive life-saving needs of the conflict-affected populations, through a 3-legged strategy:

Multisectorial early recovery interventions in secured Areas:

  • Implemented at neighborhood level in order to take into consideration the environmental context, risk factors, availability of resources and resilience capacities at a community level. This holistic approach entails a vulnerability-tailored assistance combined with a capacity building component.

Acting on Water to fight Against Malnutrition:

  • SI with its partner, a medical NGO, is doing its best to reduce malnutrition rates, especially of under-5-year children, alongside host communities and displaced people. To do so, SI equips nutrition and healthcare centers with water treatment and sanitation systems. In parallel, in host communities in both cities and in the camp in which 40,000 displaced people are living, within the walls of an old school in the city of Monguno, our teams are renovating water points, building toilets and working on water treatment solutions.

Reducing Food Insecurity:

  • In Maiduguri and especially Muna Garaje, SI is implementing cash distribution programmes with vouchers (particularly for families with acute-malnourished children) to permit food access to the most vulnerable populations. SI aims to reduce significant food insecurity in the area. The other important line is that our team is acting on the stabilisation and safeguarding of livelihoods, to empower populations and decrease their dependence on food assistance, and furthermore, to reduce food insecurity.

An emergency multisectoral assessment capacity in Remote Areas:

  • RRM-inspired, and taking into consideration Borno State-related security and access situation, this axis would allow the provision of concrete, response-sizing oriented data to the humanitarian community, in strong coordination with mapping and coordination actors (OCHA, IOM database, Intersos interactive mapping database).

Rapid Response mechanism in IDPs camp-like settings outside Maiduguri:

  • Subsequently to the assessment axis, SI is aiming at covering the basic needs of displaced and non-displaced populations pockets in Borno most affected LGAs, in completion of ICRC’s current one-shot coverage. In this perspective, SI is going tomade available a warehouse in Monguno for humanitarian actors working in Borno state in order to support their intervention in Monguno and areas around Monguno.

Organization of the Mission

  • The Nigeria mission is currently stabilizing its opening process. Due to projects’ expansion, a substantial increase in base staffing is ongoing in February and March 2017.
  • Coordination is expected to spend a considerable amount of time in Maiduguri, in direct support of field based operations.
  • Therefore, the mission has a coordination team based between Abuja and Maiduguri, which includes a Head of Mission, an Administrative coordinator, a Logistics Coordinator and a Deputy Country Director.
  • Operations are to be based in Maiduguri, Monguno and other relevant areas such as Dikwa and N’gala.
  • In Maiduguri the team is currently composed of one Field Coordinator, Project Manager(s), a Base Logistician and an Administrator.
  • The Monguno sub-base is composed of a Responsible of Base supervising the Administrative and Logistics supported by a Log/Admin assistant recruited as national staff and an activity manager. One PM Multi setor and one PM Logistic.
  • The Dikwa sub base will open in March 2017 and will have the same set up.

About the Job
To address logistics needs of humanitarian actors working in North-East Nigeria, SOLIDARITES INTERNATIONAL (SI) is providing partners with a logistic platform.
Under the responsibility of the Area Coordinator and with the support of the coordination team and HQ, the Logistic Project Manager will:

  • Manage timely implementation of the project in collaboration with the partners;
  • Guarantee that the overall project cycle management complies with SI and donors standards;
  • Oversee monitoring of these activities;
  • Ensure smooth coordination with I/NGOs and other stakeholders;
  • Ensure a correct follow-up of the administrative and logistic aspects of the project;
  • Support the professional development of project staff;
  • Regularly report on activities (statistic, review monthly objectives, etc.);
  • More specifically: the Logistic project manager is responsible of the storage of the goods. He/she organizes, coordinate, supervise and manage reception, storage and handling of the goods.

The Outcomes of the Project are the Following:

  • An adapted and weatherproofed (concrete floor) storage capacity for different types of products

An ability to launch humanitarian intervention in emergency within Monguno city, including:

  • Agencies joint contingency plan and capacity
  • Swift and coordinated availability of items on Monguno

An ability to swiftly launch humanitarian interventions in the neighboring LGAs (Marte, Baga), would they be accessible[1], including:

  • The triggering of alerts, and a multi-sectoral assessment capacity.
  • The safely transportation of goods on site.

Your Profile

  • Education: Project Management and/or Log Coordinator
  • Experience: Work in Emergency Context and Remote set up, Developing country strategy and programing & mission opening
  • Technical skills and knowledge: Experience in Project Cycle / Logistic and Storage
  • Transferable skills: Training and Team Management
  • Languages: English mandatory, Hausa is a plus
  • Other desirable qualities: unstable security conditions in Maiduguri, ability to adapt and work under pressure

We Offer
A Salaried Post:

  • According to experience from 1600 euros gross per month, plus 10% annual leave allowance paid monthly, and a monthly Per Diem.
  • As a special benefit for the Nigeria mission from the 1st of January until the 30th of June 2017, each expatriate will receive 500 euros on his monthly gross salary.
  • Accompanied with 600 usd monthly per diem.

Social and Medical Cover:

  • Expatriates benefit from an insurance package which reimburses all healthcare expenses (including medical and surgical expenses, dental care and ophthalmological expenses, repatriation) and a welfare system including war risks. Essential vaccination and antimalarial treatment costs are refunded.

Vacation:

  • During the assignment, the expatriate is entitled to R&R every three months: two weeks at three months with a 500 euro allowance and two weeks at six months with a plane ticket back home covered by Solidarités.
  • After 6 weeks one the field, expatriate will be encouraged to take 1 week in Abuja (3 days off and 2 days in office)

  

Job Title: Geographic Information System Manage
Location: Maiduguri
Desired start date: March 2017
Duration of the mission: 6 weeks

About the mission
SI has been operating in Borno State since July 2016, and is strongly focusing on the massive life-saving needs of the conflict-affected populations, through a 3-legged strategy:

  • Multisectorial early recovery interventions in secured areas, implemented at neighborhood level in order to take into consideration the environmental context, risk factors, availability of resources and resilience capacities at a community level. This holistic approach entails a vulnerability-tailored assistance combined with a capacity building component.
  • Acting on water to fight against malnutrition: SI with its partner, a medical NGO, is doing its best to reduce malnutrition rates, especially of under-5-year children, alongside host communities and displaced people. To do so, SI equips nutrition and healthcare centers with water treatment and sanitation systems. In parallel, in host communities in both cities and in the camp in which 40,000 displaced people are living, within the walls of an old school in the city of Monguno, our teams are renovating water points, building toilets and working on water treatment solutions.
  • Reducing food insecurity: In Maiduguri and especially Muna Garaje, SI is implementing cash distribution programmes with vouchers (particularly for families with acute-malnourished children) to permit food access to the most vulnerable populations. SI aims to reduce significant food insecurity in the area. The other important line is that our team is acting on the stabilisation and safeguarding of livelihoods, to empower populations and decrease their dependence on food assistance, and furthermore, to reduce food insecurity.
  • An emergency multisectoral assessment capacity in remote areas: RRM-inspired, and taking into consideration Borno State-related security and access situation, this axis would allow the provision of concrete, response-sizing oriented data to the humanitarian community, in strong coordination with mapping and coordination actors (OCHA, IOM database, Intersos interactive mapping database).
  • Rapid response mechanism in IDPs camp-like settings outside Maiduguri: subsequently to the assessment axis, SI is aiming at covering the basic needs of displaced and non-displaced populations pockets in Borno most affected LGAs, in completion of ICRC’s current one-shot coverage. In this perspective, SI is going to make available a warehouse in Monguno for humanitarian actors working in Borno state in order to support their intervention in Monguno and areas around Monguno.

Organization of the Mission

  • The Nigeria mission is currently stabilizing its opening process. Due to projects’ expansion, a substantial increase in base staffing is ongoing in February and March 2017.
  • Coordination is expected to spend a considerable amount of time in Maiduguri, in direct support of field based operations.
  • Therefore, the mission has a coordination team based between Abuja and Maiduguri, which includes a Head of Mission, an Administrative coordinator, a Logistics Coordinator and a Deputy Country Director.
  • Operations are to be based in Maiduguri, Monguno and other relevant areas such as Dikwa and N’gala.
  • In Maiduguri the team is currently composed of one Field Coordinator, Project Manager(s), a Base Logistician and an Administrator.
  • The Monguno sub-base is composed of a Responsible of Base supervising the Administrative and Logistics supported by a Log/Admin assistant recruited as national staff and an activity manager. One PM Multi setor and one PM Logistic.
  • The Dikwa sub base will open in March 2017 and will have the same set up.

Specific context of the post

  • The system and maps created by the GIS Manager should be simple and efficient and should come in support of SI’s PM and coordinators decision-making capacities and coordination lead (infrastructure coverage, infrastructure monitoring, 3Ws).
  • In order to sustain the system, the GIS manager will either train a GIS supervisor (national staff) or a non-dedicated staff within the program team to take over his/her activities.

Your profile
Education:

  • Master degree in Geography/Mapping/GIS;

Experience:

  • 1 year of experience in GIS / Database management in the humanitarian sector;
  • Experience in training/capacity-building
  • Previous experience with mobile data collection (ODK, ONA, KOBO) a strong asset;
  • Prior knowledge of the region an asset

Technical skills and knowledge:

  • Knowledge of GIS software (QGIS preferred)
  • Knowledge of analytical software packages (R, SPSS, Stata, Tableau, etc.) an asset;
  • Knowledge of Adobe Illustrator and InDesign an asset;
  • Stress management skills: ability to work under pressure, with peaks of heavy workloads;

Transferable skills:

  • Respect of hierarchy;
  • Respect of security rules;

Languages:

  • Fluent English: speaking, reading and writing skills;

Other desirable qualities:

  • Commitment to the fundamental principles of Solidarites International charter and ethos;

We offer
A salaried post:

  • according to experience from 1600 euros gross per month, plus 10% annual leave allowance paid monthly, and a monthly Per Diem.
  • as a special benefit for the Nigeria mission from the 1st of January until the 30th of June 2017, each expatriate will receive 500 euros on his monthly gross salary.
  • accompanied with 600 usd monthly per diem.

Social and medical cover: Expatriates benefit from an insurance package which reimburses all healthcare expenses (including medical and surgical expenses, dental care and ophthalmological expenses, repatriation) and a welfare system including war risks. Essential vaccination and antimalarial treatment costs are refunded.

Vacation:

  • During the assignment, the expatriate is entitled to R&R every three months: two weeks at three months with a 500 euro allowance and two weeks at six months with a plane ticket back home covered by Solidarites.
  • After 6 weeks one the field, expatriate will be encouraged to take 1 week in Abuja (3 days off and 2 days in office)

  

Job Title: Security Support
Locations: Abuja & Borno
Desired start date: 15/03/2017
Duration of the mission: from 15/03 to 30/04

About the mission
SI has been operating in Borno State since July 2016, and is strongly focusing on the massive life-saving needs of the conflict-affected populations, through a 3-legged strategy:

  • Multisectorial early recovery interventions in secured areas, implemented at neighborhood level in order to take into consideration the environmental context, risk factors, availability of resources and resilience capacities at a community level. This holistic approach entails a vulnerability-tailored assistance combined with a capacity building component.
  • Acting on water to fight against malnutrition: SI with its partner, a medical NGO, is doing its best to reduce malnutrition rates, especially of under-5-year children, alongside host communities and displaced people. To do so, SI equips nutrition and healthcare centers with water treatment and sanitation systems. In parallel, in host communities in both cities and in the camp in which 40,000 displaced people are living, within the walls of an old school in the city of Monguno, our teams are renovating water points, building toilets and working on water treatment solutions.
  • Reducing food insecurity: In Maiduguri and especially Muna Garaje, SI is implementing cash distribution programmes with vouchers (particularly for families with acute-malnourished children) to permit food access to the most vulnerable populations. SI aims to reduce significant food insecurity in the area. The other important line is that our team is acting on the stabilisation and safeguarding of livelihoods, to empower populations and decrease their dependence on food assistance, and furthermore, to reduce food insecurity.
  • An emergency multisectoral assessment capacity in remote areas: RRM-inspired, and taking into consideration Borno State-related security and access situation, this axis would allow the provision of concrete, response-sizing oriented data to the humanitarian community, in strong coordination with mapping and coordination actors (OCHA, IOM database, Intersos interactive mapping database).
  • Rapid response mechanism in IDPs camp-like settings outside Maiduguri: subsequently to the assessment axis, SI is aiming at covering the basic needs of displaced and non-displaced populations pockets in Borno most affected LGAs, in completion of ICRC’s current one-shot coverage. In this perspective, SI is going tomade available a warehouse in Monguno for humanitarian actors working in Borno state in order to support their intervention in Monguno and areas around Monguno.

Organization of the Mission

  • The Nigeria mission is currently stabilizing its opening process. Due to projects’ expansion, a substantial increase in base staffing is ongoing in February and March 2017.
  • Coordination is expected to spend a considerable amount of time in Maiduguri, in direct support of field based operations.
  • Therefore, the mission has a coordination team based between Abuja and Maiduguri, which includes a Head of Mission, an Administrative coordinator, a Logistics Coordinator and a Deputy Country Director.
  • Operations are to be based in Maiduguri, Monguno and other relevant areas such as Dikwa and N’gala.
  • In Maiduguri the team is currently composed of one Field Coordinator, Project Manager(s), a Base Logistician and an Administrator.
  • The Monguno sub-base is composed of a Responsible of Base supervising the Administrative and Logistics supported by a Log/Admin assistant recruited as national staff and an activity manager. One PM Multi sector and one PM Logistic.
  • The Dikwa sub base will open in March 2017 and will have the same set up.

Bases / Teams:

  • Abuja: Mission Coordination team
  • Maiduguri, Monguno, potentially Dikwa & Ngala bases

Objectives of the Mission

  • The mission will cover 4 bases and sub-bases of Abuja, Maiduguri, Dikwa and Ngala).
  • The mission will cover 5 distinct working sessions/groups with 5 main teams (Mission Coordination, Field team in Maiduguri, Monguno, Dikwa and Ngala).
  • Tentative in-country schedule, subject to validation upon arrival to mission and if security / logistics allow:
    • Abuja: 2 days
    • Maiduguri: 24 days
    • Monguno: 2 days
    • Dikwa: 2 days
    • Ngala: 2 days
    • In any case, maximum of 30 days in-country
  • Accompany the update of the national (coordination level) and local (field offices levels) contexts and risks analysis, put the update process in place in coordination with the relevant people so as to ensure its sustainability at each level:
    • Get security context updates (facts, analysis and consequences on SI’s security setup) from SI teams (managers and team members).
    • Where relevant, i.e. if it appears that information & analysis can or must be completed, promote internal and external meetings/discussions, to confirm/complete information and analysis. Based on the above and in accordance with the organization’s existing and planned activities, update the risks analysis in coordination with the relevant team members.
    • Security assessment of current facilities (conclusions to be added in the work plans and/or final report)
    • Regularly share on the above mentioned activities to the Head of Mission (and Field Coordinator where relevant), so as to promote
    • Quick decisions on tasks prioritization and availability of team members;
    • sustainable hand-over of the context analysis process to the management.
  • Setting-up of the new internal Security Management System at country (coordination) and local (field offices) levels, ensure its sustainability at each level through training (on the job or more formal as required) and coaching of the management structure:
    • Get familiar with the updated security management system, procedures and documents templates
    • Get familiar with the existing security plans currently existing at mission level updated security management system, procedures and documents templates
    • Ensure that all relevant contents of the above-mentioned contexts and risks analysis are capitalized using the relevant components of the security management framework (particularly the “Mission Secu Pack”), and additional ones if/as required.
    • Using the existing mission / bases security documentations and based on the above-mentioned contexts and risks analysis, create the standard “Mission Secu Pack” (new security management system) in coordination with the team members in charge.
    • Organize trainings of all relevant team supervisors on the relevant processes so as to insure they understand and follow the updated security management system and can ensure briefings to their teams with minimal external support.
    • Train the persons in charge so as to ensure a proper follow-up and update of the security management system
    • In collaboration with the Field coordinator and Heads of Bases, create a specific mechanism (including the information network) to collect and process security information. Improve or re-design the existing quick security assessment procedures and tools.
  • Additional objectives:
    • Support the management structure in the organization and implementation of practical / “how to react” sessions on the most pressing security risk mitigation procedures, based on logistics / time constraints. Minimum practical sessions should be:
    • Base night evacuation preparation
    • Base hibernation preparation
    • Other sessions / bases as needed and possible

Deliverables
5 Updated “Mission Security Pack” (Abuja + Maiduguri + Monguno + Dikwa + Ngala), ready for validation by the Head of Mission and Desk Manager:

  • At mission level, to the Head of Mission (Editable format electronic files, such as MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.)
  • At HQ level, to the Desk Manager (Editable format electronic files, such as MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.)

Training materials: as used for the sessions with the teams (only where additional documentation is created besides the “Mission Secu Pack” -which can be used as training material for standard purpose-):

  • At mission level, to the Head of Mission (Editable format electronic files, such as MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.)
  • At HQ level, to the Desk Manager (Editable format electronic files, such as MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.)

5 Mission and field offices levels work plans (Abuja + Maiduguri + Monguno + Dikwa + Ngala),:

  • At mission level, to the Head of Mission (Editable format electronic files, such as MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.)
  • At HQ level, to the Desk Manager (Editable format electronic files, such as MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.)

Mission Report:

  • Narrative context analysis, if needed as a complement to existing documentation done at mission level (“Mission Security Pack”) – (Editable format electronic files, such as MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.)
  • Possible identified / observed weaknesses in the mission while implementing security measures + suggestions and ways forward if not included in the work plans (Editable format electronic files, such as MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.)

We Offer
A salaried post:

  • According to experience from 2000 euros gross per month, plus 10% annual leave allowance paid monthly, and a monthly Per Diem.
  • As a special benefit for the Nigeria mission from the 1st of January until the 30th of June 2017, each expatriate will receive 500 euros on his monthly gross salary.
  • Accompanied with 600 usd monthly per diem.

Social and medical cover: Expatriates benefit from an insurance package which reimburses all healthcare expenses (including medical and surgical expenses, dental care and ophthalmological expenses, repatriation) and a welfare system including war risks. Essential vaccination and antimalarial treatment costs are refunded.

Vacation:

  • During the assignment, the expatriate is entitled to R&R every three months: two weeks at three months with a 500 euro allowance and two weeks at six months with a plane ticket back home covered by Solidarités.
  • After 6 weeks one the field, expatriate will be encouraged to take 1 week in Abuja (3 days off and 2 days in office)

Job Title: Administrative & Logistic Head of Base
Job Reference: SRH02651
Location: Dikwa with regular trips to Maiduguri.
Desired start date: ASAP
Duration of the mission: 6 months (possible extension subject to funding)

About the Mission

  • SI has been operating in Borno State since July 2016, and is strongly focusing on the massive life-saving needs of the conflict-affected populations, through a 3-legged strategy:
  • Emergency multisectorial assessment capacity in remote LGAs – Aiming at allowing the provision of concrete, response-sizing-oriented data to the humanitarian community, in strong coordination with mapping and coordination actors (OCHA, IOM DTM).
  • Rapid Response Mechanism in newly accessible LGAs – In order to provide adequate, massive rapid responses. The scope of intervention considers an integrated response so as to cover the basic essential needs of displaced and non-displaced populations.
  • Multisectorial early recovery interventions in secured areas – Implemented at neighborhood level in order to take into consideration the environmental context, risk factors, availability of resources and resilience capacities at a community level. This holistic approach entails a vulnerability-tailored assistance combined with a capacity building component.

Organization of the Mission:

  • Nigeria mission is currently stabilizing the opening process. The coordination is expected to spend a consequent amount of time in Maiduguri, in direct support of field based operations.
  • Therefore, the mission has a coordination team based in between Abuja and Maiduguri, which includes a Head of Mission, an Administrative coordinator a Logistic Coordinator and a Program coordinator.
  • Operations are to be based in Maiduguri, Monguno and other relevant LGAs. In Maiduguri the team is currently composed of project manager(s), a logistician and an administrator.
  • The Monguno sub-base is composed of an activity manager supported solely by a Log/Admin assistant recruited as national staff.
  • A substantial expansion of the base staffing is more than likely before the end of the year.

Job Description

  • Under the supervision of the administrative coordinator and of the Logistics Coordinator, the administrator – Logistician carries out administrative, accounting, financial and logistics management of his/her base, in compliance with donor and SOLIDARITES International procedures.
  • He/she organizes logistics and administrative support to the programs and
  • the administrator – Logistician is charged with ensuring that Solidarités International’s Human Resources policy is properly implemented as well as of the supervision of all the logistics and administrative activities at the base level.
  • He supports monitors and trains the members of his administrative team.
  • He/she assists the base Manager or the Field Coordinator to implement the security procedures

Specific context of the Post:

  • SI three folded operational strategy has been thought to adapt to changing context and access. It will balance a direct intervention in accessible areas (Maiduguri city) and remote operations through a network of collaborators in non-covered outer LGAs, with potential ad hoc movements from the expatriates on site, would security conditions allow it.
  • This strategy takes into consideration access constraints, security restrictions, logistics issues and sensitivity of the different stakeholders.
  • In this operationalization phase, the Log/admin of the sub-base in Monguno or Dikwa he/she will be remotely managed by the Field Coo based in Maiduguri.

The Major Challenges for this Position:

  • Capacity-building of the Admin-Log department staffs
  • Provide adequate support to the activity manager (FSL&WASH)
  • Communication in a non-English speaking context
  • IRC partner strong follow-up and capacity building in total autonomy
  • Manages the set-up of the base.
  • Ensures good relations with local authorities including the Nigerian army officers.
  • Manage storage of goods in respect of the transparency towards Nigerian

Requirements
Education:

  • Bachelor degree in accounting, administration, and/or logistic or related field and at least one year proven experience in administrative, financial and logistics management.

Experience:

  • Minimum of 6 months of international experience, preferably in emergency or humanitarian contexts; experience in sensitive environments (post-conflict, conflict), IDP/refugee camp experience is an added value.
  • Previous experience of local partner capacity building and management is an asset.

Technical skills and knowledge:

  • Knowledge in administrative, human resources and financial management. Knowledge in procurement, fleet (car) and premises (energy, ICT, security) management. Knowledge of Solidarites International rules and procedures in terms of all human resources, financial and logistic matters (finance, accountancy, cash management, HR processes, purchase process…) preferred.

Software to Manage:

  • SAGA – HOMERE and Excel;

Transferable Skills:

  • Experience in training a small team and local partners – Significant importance on capacity building for this position

Languages:

  • Good English command (spoken and written) essential;

Other Desirable Qualities:

  • Autonomy – Sense of diplomacy – Patience very appreciate when it comes to deal with local partner.

Salaried post

  • According to experience from 1800euros gross per month, plus 10% annual leave allowance paid monthly, and a monthly Per Diem.
  • As a special benefit for the Nigeria mission from the 1st of January until the 30th of June 2017, each expatriate will receive 500 euros on his monthly gross salary.
  • Accompanied with 600 usd monthly per diem.

Social and Medical Cover:

  • Expatriates benefit from an insurance package which reimburses all healthcare expenses (including medical and surgical expenses, dental care and ophthalmological expenses, repatriation) and a welfare system including war risks. Essential vaccination and antimalarial treatment costs are refunded.

Vacation:

  • During the assignment, the expatriate is entitled to R&R every three months: two weeks at three months with a 500 euro allowance and two weeks at six months with a plane ticket back home covered by Solidarités.
  • After 6 weeks one the field, expatriate will be encouraged to take 1 week in Abuja (3 days off and 2 days in office

Note:

  • Please send us your CV and Cover letter in English. CV only applications will not be considered.
  • The vacancy may close before the deadline. Thank you for your comprehension.


How To Apply

Interested and qualified candidates should:
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Application Deadline: 17th April, 2017.

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