ActionAid Nigeria Jobs: Women’s Rights Advisor

Posted on :

5 Feb, 2010

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NGO Jobs in Nigeria

actionActionAid works with the poor and excluded, promoting values and commitment in civil society, institutions and governments with the aim of achieving structural changes in order to eradicate injustices and poverty in the world.

To effectively consolidate on our country strategy, ActionAid Nigeria is inviting applications from qualified candidates to fill the position of Women’s Rights Advisor.

Person Specifications
• Degree in Social Sciences, Arts or Humanities is essential.
• Masters degree in a related field is essential.

• Seven years post NYSC experience is essential
• Four years experience in a similar position in the development sector preferably in Women’s Rights work is essential
• Experience in national level advocacy & campaigns is desirable

• Strong oral and written communication skills is essential
• Excellent skills in programme information management is desirable

Personal Qualities
• A person of integrity, creative and takes initiative, able to work effectively in a diverse team environment are essential

All interested candidates should fill in the application form as accessed from the application pack from The application pack contains the Vacancy announcement, Job Description and Application form. Subject line of emails should clearly state position applied for otherwise application will not be considered.

ActionAid offers competitive terms of employment. Applications from women are particularly welcome. In line with the GIPA principle, applications are also particularly welcome from candidates living with HIV/AIDs (PLWHAs).

Closing date for receipt of application forms is 6th February, 2010.  Only short listed candidates will be contacted. Only electronically completed application forms will be entertained and should be mailed to [email protected] Applications will ONLY be considered if submitted on AAN’s Standard Application forms.

Click here for more details and apply online.

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