Christian Aid Fresh Jobs [4 Positions]

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15 Mar, 2017

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Consultancy Jobs in Nigeria, Logistics Jobs in Nigeria, Security Jobs in Nigeria

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

We are recruiting to fill the following vacant positions:

Job Title: Consultant – Facilitation of Training Workshop on Humanitarian Principles & Standard
Location: 
Nigeria
Slot: 3

Background

  • Concerned with the high humanitarian needs of citizens in the northeast states of Nigeria caused by insurgency of Jama‘atu Ahlis Sunna Lidda’awati wal-Jihad (JAS), commonly known as Boko Haram related violence and military measures/operations, which have left widespread devastation in the region, forcing more than 2.2 million civilians to flee their homes. People trapped in conflict affected areas fear death and abduction and many are missing, while the destruction of infrastructure and disruption of livelihoods have exacerbated pre-existing low levels of access to education and health services. Boys are forcibly recruited by armed groups and thousands of women and girls have been subjected to sexual abuse, enslavement, while some have been used as suicide bombers.
  • The Nigeria Joint Response (NJR) (part of a network of joint responses being implemented in response to several humanitarian crises worldwide), a consortium of non-governmental organizations (INGO) with funding from the Dutch people and government, are providing lifesaving aid in the domain of food security and livelihoods (FSL), protection, water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) as well as health, to families (internally displaced persons and host communities) affected by the humanitarian crises in the North East of Nigeria. Currently in its phase 2, implementation of NJR responses are done in collaboration with relevant government structures (including States and local governments and entities that coordinate humanitarian action such as NEMA and SEMA), other INGO (including OCHA), as well as beneficiary communities and families.
  • The focus is on building the capacity of partners especially CSO and local NGOs as a means of contributing to the strengthening of the Nigerian humanitarian system.
  • In order to deliver effectively on the response, the consortium identified the importance of building new capacity and strengthening existing one among CSOs and local NGOs as means of contributing to the strengthening of the Nigeria humanitarian system, thus the rationale for proposing a training workshop on Humanitarian Principles & standards (including SPHERE) and Protection Mainstreaming.

Overall objective and Purpose of the Consultancy

  • This consultancy seeks to hire the services of 3 experienced facilitators to lead in the facilitation and taking lead in the training of participants on ‘Humanitarian Principles and standards (including SPHERE) and Protection Mainstreaming’ for 4 days. The participants will be drawn from local NGOs of the NJR Agencies, SEMA, NEMA and relevant state ministries, department and agency in the project states.
  • The purpose of the consultancy is to build and strengthen the capacity of participants to better understand humanitarian principles, standards, code of conducts and protection mainstreaming. Also, the purpose of the training is to improve humanitarian response in the northeast by humanitarian actors.
  • Two (2) facilitators will lead the training on Humanitarian principles including SPHERE standard, while one (1) facilitator will deliver on protection mainstreaming across the key sectors of interventions.
  • Facilitators are expected to have good level of practical field experiences and are able to demonstrate it during the training.
  • Also the facilitators are expected to have criteria experience facilitating capacity building workshop for local NGOs and partners using participatory methods.

Methodology

  • The methodology should be a combination of a wide range of participatory learning including, power-point presentation, group work session, practical field experiences linking to the session under discussion, video clips, pictures, discussion methods etc.
  • The methodology should also explore other relevant adult leaning methods.

Responsibilities of the Consultant
Work closely under the supervision and support of the NJR agency leading on the training and in close collaboration with the NJR Coordinator to accomplish the following tasks:

  • Submission for feedback, of an inception report which details an understanding of the terms of reference, methodology which would be used, topics which would be addressed and how they this would be done.
  • Propose a draft training manual/guide, which will form part of the reading materials for participants during and after the training.
  • Proposed a structure/agenda for the 4 days training with sessions covering all the training subject areas.
  • Agree with the organizing team about a list of supporting workshop documents (including hard and soft copies of the SPHERE standards if possible) to share with the participants in a USB device.
  • Deliver on the training at the agreed training location.
  • Work in collaboration with other support facilitators.
  • Documents and submit for feedback detail training reports within one week period after the training.
  • Submit final report for approval

Consultancy Days

  • The consultancy shall last for a period of 8 working days (4 days training and 4 days reporting writing and submission including traveling days).

Deliverable(s)

  • Submission for feedback, of an inception report which details an understanding of the terms of reference, methodology which would be used, topics which would be addressed and how they this would be done.
  • Training manual/guides in electronic form
  • Agree with the organizing team about a list of supporting workshop documents (including hard and soft copies of the SPHERE standards if possible) to share with the participants in a USB device.
  • Training agenda in electronic form
  • Conduct and lead training on the subject areas for 30 – 40 participants.
  • Submit final training report in hard and soft copies. The report should be simple, concise and free of jargon, with main body not exceeding 10 pages (inclusive of executive summary and recommendations). Technical details should be confined to appendices,

Consultant Competencies

  • At least 3 years’ demonstrable knowledge and experience on humanitarian response and development in crisis/conflict areas.
  • Knowledge and expertise in facilitating participatory learning and training for local CSOs/NGOs. Demonstrable analytical, writing and communication skills.
  • Knowledge of humanitarian response and protection mainstreaming in northeast Nigeria.

Budget and Terms of Engagement

  • NJR will cover for the necessary accommodation, communication and transportation costs incurred by the consultant(s). All other costs incurred will be covered from the consultancy fee. An agreed consultancy fee will be reached with the consultant.
  • 5% withholding tax will be deducted at source from the total cost of the consultancy fee.
  • 50% of the consultancy fee will be paid when the contract is signed, and the balance paid on receipt of the submission of an acceptable final report and summary of key findings including recommendations.

Application Closing Date: 19th March, 2017.

How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should submit a proposal to: [email protected] on or before the closing date. The proposal should contain the following:

  • Overview of consultant’s academic qualifications and relevant experience to be included in his/her CV. The CV should also include the contact details such as physical location, telephone number and email address
  • Description of the services/work to be performed
  • Proposed methodology, work plan and cost for only consultancy fees.
  • Include as an appendix, an example of a previous training report(s)
  • Reference letter from organizations he/she has done similar work for.

 

Job Title: Security Advisor
Ref Number: 1171
Location: Abuja and Maiduguri
Type of contract: Fixed Term

Job Description

  • The post holder will provide in country security cover and assessments for the staff, the programme and the offices in Nigeria.
  • This will be done by applying Christian Aid’s security protocols, in country assessments, contacts with the local security community, the UN, INSO, IMF and other appropriate sources.
  • The post holder will manage security, safety and associated risks to Christian Aid Nigeria staff, visitors, partners and the organization’s physical assets.
  • He/she will line manage the guards and drivers at all office locations, whilst being answerable to the country manager.

Role Purpose

  • The main purpose of this role is to provide in country security cover and assessments for the staff, the programme and the offices in Nigeria.
  • This will be done by applying Christian Aid’s security protocols, in country assessments, contacts with the local security community, the UN, INSO, IMF and other appropriate sources.
  • He/she will line manage the guards and drivers at all office locations, whilst being answerable to the country manager.

Key Outcomes

  • Strong and diverse information network (local, UN, INSO, IMF etc) established from which reliable and up to date information on security may be obtained and applied by the team.
  • Sound cultural and situational advice, especially to the Country Manager and other staff within the country team.
  • As delegated by the country manager, ensure the security and crisis management plans are regularly reviewed and up to date and, providing security briefings prior and on arrival in country to visitors.
  • All Christian Aid staff – programme, office, drivers and guards are regularly trained on security and communications procedures.
  • Field security assessments carried out and provided to the Country Manager as required prior to submission of travel requests. Thereafter provide security support and presence during field trips.
  • Line manage the guards and drivers at both locations, ensuring vehicle, communication & security equipment are checked and maintained accordingly, whilst all understand their role.  Technical supervision provided for drivers on matters related to safety and security and to supervise the guards.
  • Regularly up-date and communication with Corporate Security Manager.

Role Context 

  • The role fits within the International Department and specifically within the Nigeria country programme.
  • The individual is responsible for ensuring that the Country Manager is up to date on all security issues pertaining to the programme and country.
  • He/she will be responsible for maintaining a high standard of security for all the office locations, the staff whilst working with the various security networks.
  • He /she will ensure that the guards and drivers are proficient and trained in their respective role and duties.
  • Monitoring and supporting Programmatic work ensuring all staff and volunteers operate within Christian Aids Security protocols.

Role Requirements
Relationships:

  • External Networking closely with other agencies covering security, with partners and visitors.
  • Internal Line managed and reports to the Country Manager and matrix managed by the Corporate Security Manager.
  • Works closely with the whole Team – programme and Administration Officers within the clearly defined responsibilities approved by his/her supervisor.
  • Responsible in Line managing the guards and drivers.

Decision Making:

  • Budgetary/savings responsibility  This will be in Line with programmatic work, there will be a budget for security and safety equipment and training.
  • Carry out all assignments by following policy and procedures established in office and other relevant Christian Aid policies and procedures. Spending authority is only with prior approval from supervisor.

Security Networking and Alliance Building Skills:

  • Weekly reporting to Country Manager on security situation covering country security developments during the previous seven days and making recommendations as appropriate. Immediate reporting to Country Manager on security issues or incidents affecting Christian Aid operations or involving staff, premises and assets whilst making recommendations taking proactive measures.
  • Monthly reporting to Country Manager on security situation in overall country context related to the previous month.
  • Monthly Skype calls with the Corporate Security Manager to update on the situation and be provided with guidance and advice.
  • Be able to make critical security decisions/response during or after incidents.
  • Analytical skills.
  • Able to carry out risk assessment and apply solutions to migrate against in country threats both to staff and the field programme.
  • Monitoring and reviewing security protocols for the two offices and taking action to address or improve them on a regular basis.
  • Incident reporting and analysis.

Developing Self and Others:

  • The ability to take security initiatives whilst being self-motivated to develop his/her security knowledge and skills.
  • Provide capacity building to the drivers and guards and, regular security training / awareness /dates to Team.

Role Related Checks:

  • Child protection clearance Standard.
  • Counter terrorism screening Required.

Person Specification
(Applied Skills/Knowledge and Expertise)
Essential:

  • Secondary school or above
  • Possessing driving license
  • Knowledge of roads and traffic rules
  • Fluent in verbal and written local language
  • Good command in verbal and written English language
  • Intermediate computer skills – able to Skype, email and ppt presentations
  • Previous similar professional experience from NGO or security organisation with clean record
  • Familiar with best practices and systems for security, logistic, procurement and HF/VHF communications
  • Knowledge and application of risk and threat assessment plus mitigation.
  • Driving bad weather conditions and off-road
  • Good interpersonal and communication skills
  • Basic management skills covering the support staff (drivers and guards)
  • Logistic / procurement support experience

Desirable:

  • Vehicle repair and maintenance
  • Familiar with travel system and field operations.

Digital/IT Competencies Required:

  • Word, Excel, PowerPoint  Intermediate Web content design & development.

Basic:

  • Internet based collaboration tools and video calling
  • Intermediate Social Media N/A
  • Data Visualisation Basic

Competency Profile Level 2
You are expected to be able to:

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

Salary (Full Time): N7,324,662

Interview Date: 5th April, 2017.

Application Closing Date: 17th March, 2017.

How To Apply

Interested and qualified candidates should:
Click here to apply online

Click here to view more information (pdf)

Note

  • Further details of specific tasks and duties will be agreed with the line manager as part of the performance agreement.
  • Any reasonable duty may be assigned that is consistent with the nature of the job and its level of responsibility.
  • This role profile is not prescriptive; it merely outlines the key behaviours the role-holder requires to be successful in the role; the key behaviours and responsibilities are subject to change.
  • Any changes will be made in consultation with the role-holder.
  • You will be expected to abide by the Code of Conduct, policies and procedures within Christian Aid which may be updated from time to time.
  • You must be in sympathy with the aims, beliefs and values of Christian Aid as it seeks to work on relief, development and advocacy for poverty eradication.

 

Job Title: Driver
Location: Kaduna
Type of contract: Fixed Term
Contracted hours: 35
Contract length: 1 year
Department: International
Reports to: Programme Officer – Governance
Expected travel per annum: Up to 75 days
On call/unsocial hours: No

Role Purpose

  • To provide logistics support within Christian Aid’s office in-country.
  • To drive staff, visitors and goods to required destinations timely and safely including co-operation with officials and check points.
  • To maintain all Christian Aid vehicles, including safety equipment.
  • To ensure regular maintenance of Christian Aid Vehicle and where requires, ensure any complex vehicle repairs are carried out by the appropriate service provider.

Role Context

  • The role works within the Administrative role family and is key to ensuring staff, visitors and goods are taken to their required destination within Christian Aids offices in-country with significant travel within country.

Key Outcomes

  • All staff and visitors transported to and from their destinations in a safe and lawful manner, within as reasonable comfort as practicable and on time. This includes the use of seat belts for all passengers.
  • Adherence and familiarity with local, State and Federal regulatory policies relating to safe driving on all Nigerian roads.
  • Vehicles well maintained and free from filth. Servicing and repairs carried out by appropriate service providers as at when due.
  • Valid copy of driver’s licence appropriate for vehicle, daily vehicle check list, log book, insurance and other vehicle documentations up to date
  • Positive communication and successful negotiation (in line with Christian Aid’s policies and
  • procedures) with officials and security or police forces, particularly at check points and border crossings.
  • Radio (i.e. CODAN) and other communication devices properly used and maintained were applicable
  • Administrative support for the country programme i.e. dispatch and collection of mails; purchase of items; collection of quotations; support in bank transactions etc.

Role Requirements
External:

  • This role holder will have contact with visitors and partners in-country as well as contact with officials at check points

Internal:

  • The role is managed by the Programme Officer Governance

Decision Making:

  • The ability to make day to day decisions to assist in providing logistics support within Christian Aid’s office in country.
  • This will include day to day decisions regarding journeys and routes.

Analytical Skills:

  • Ability to use judgment to determine safety of travel.

Developing Self and Others:

  • To manage own time effectively under the supervision of the line manager.

Person Specification
Applied Skills/Knowledge and Expertise:

  • (Extent/type of knowledge, skills and experience required, extent to which a source of expertise to others. Maybe a professional qualification but may be skills and knowledge gained through experience)

Essential:

  • Educated to school certificate level with basic knowledge of manual work.
  • Must have driving licence and any other documentation required to drive a vehicle and passengers some experience, indicated by one to two years learning period.
  • Must have a minimum of 5 years’ experience of driving a vehicle with passengers, knowledge of the area and experience of liaising with officials to cross check points.
  • Good knowledge of road network in Abuja and outside Abuja to Project locations/CA Focal states in Nigeria
  • Good communication skills

Desirable:

  • Administrative and Logistics support experience.

IT Competency Required:

  • Basic

Competency Profile
Foundation level: You are expected to be able to:

  • Build Partnerships:
    • Work in a reliable, helpful and cooperative way with all colleagues
    • Treat everyone with respect, accepting that people are different and have different views
  • Communicate Effectively:
    • Communicate clearly and concisely verbally in their own language
    • Ask additional questions to clarify when needed.
  • Steward Resources:
    • Take responsibility for managing your own time effectively
    • Take responsibility for any Christian Aid resources they use (e.g. vehicles, equipment).
  • Deliver Results:
    • Provide a high level of service
    • Maintain relevant knowledge required for the role.
  • Realise Potential:
    • Act on feedback on own performance
    • Act and behave consistently in line with Christian Aid’s values
    • Demonstrate concern for the well being of others.
  • Strive for Improvement:
    • Find ways to make improvements in your work
    • Use initiative when faced with problems
    • Willingly share knowledge and information that may help others

Salary: N1,910,844

Interview Date: 31st March, 2017.

Application Closing Date: 
19th March, 2017.

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

Click here to view more information (pdf)

Note

  • Further details of specific tasks and duties will be agreed with the line manager as part of the performance agreement.
  • Any reasonable duty may be assigned that is consistent with the nature of the job and its level of responsibility.
  • This role profile is not prescriptive; it merely outlines the key behaviours the role-holder requires to be successful in the role; the key behaviours and responsibilities are subject to change.
  • Any changes will be made in consultation with the role-holder.
  • You will be expected to abide by the Code of Conduct, policies and procedures within Christian Aid which may be updated from time to time.
  • You must be in sympathy with the aims, beliefs and values of Christian Aid as it seeks to work on relief, development and advocacy for poverty eradication.

 

Job Title: Senior Logistics Coordinator
Job Ref: 1172
Location: Maiduguri
Department: International
Reports to (Job Title): Programme Manager Humanitarian

Role Purpose

  • To be responsible for managing and leading the setup of all emergency response logistics functions and responsibilities and will manage the logistics staff.
  • This role will report to the Project Manager Humanitarian and will support the Programme Manager Humanitarian on the best use of Christian Aid’s resources.
  • The role will include logistics support to large and/or complex programmes, with a broad spread of programmes, staffing, thematic interventions, and complexity.
  • As such, the role may include remote management, management of multiple field bases or direct line management of a large single project or function.
  • The role will involve significant travels to Christian Aid project sites in Borno, Adamawa and Gombe States.
  • The post-holder will learn lessons from each assignment to help improve future practice.

Role Context

  • Role is in the International programme role family. The post holder will directly manage and support the humanitarian work in Maiduguri, partner programmes and externally represent Christian Aid where appropriate. In addition the post holder will provide technical guidance and support to our staff and partners ensuring that logistics and procurements are carried out in accordance with Christian Aid’s and donor requirements.

Key Outcomes

  • Management of all programme logistics in Christian Aid project areas – Borno, Adamawa and Gombe; implementing the country logistics policies and procedures for the management of the supply chain, including procurement, transport and distribution, warehousing and stock management, and for the management of vehicle fleets, communication systems, and assets.
  • Establishing of minimum standards of logistics procedures in line with country policies and roll out of these standards, ensuring that the standards are adhered to by relevant staff as required
  • Managing and supporting logistics staff including security guards and drivers, ensuring appropriate team structures, clear division of responsibilities, clear objectives, and management of performance
  • Providing advice and support to Programme Manager Humanitarian on logistics issues, and collaborating with staff on budgets, technical aspects of the programme, and implementation mechanisms as required
  • Where appropriate, be responsible for developing and implementing emergency preparedness strategies across the logistics aspects of the operation
  • Providing logistics training and capacity building as required across the programme
  • Ensuring implementation of the security protocols by the drivers and guards, as well as through procurement procedures and any other areas of work.

Role requirements
Relationships:

  • External The role holder will have contact with vendors, donors, auditors, stakeholder at State and National levels.
  • Internal The role holder will work closely with the humanitarian team in Maiduguri, closely liaising with Finanace, Administrative, Governance and Health teams in Abuja .

Decision Making:

  • Required to make significant decisions on programme work in the country informed by Christian Aid strategic focus group
  • Significant decisions on procurement and logistics management in country
  • Decisions are made in order to manage a team, coordinate logistics, procurements and day to day administration to ensure that the humanitarian work in Maiduguri is successfully managed

Analytical Skills:

  • Problems or issues need detailed information gathering, investigation and analysis including assessment of benefits and risks of different courses of action.
  • Initiative and judgement needs to be applied regularly in the course of day-to-day work. Expected to make direct contribution to improved performance, whether through own area of work or participation in cross-disciplinary projects.

Developing self and others:

  • May have formal responsibility for others including direct responsibility for performance management and developing plans to improve the performance of staff, volunteers or others; may have project management responsibility for directing work of others and taking responsibility for ensuring that work quality and professional standards are maintained.

Person Specification
Applied skills/knowledge and expertise:

Essential:

  • Educated to Degree level or its equivalent.
  • Significant prior INGO experience in logistics management, within a complex/large scale country programme and in emergency response/humanitarian environments
  • Substantial experience in all technical areas of logistics operations including procurement, transport/distribution, warehousing and stock management, fleet management, asset management, communications, and security
  • Experience of developing / implementing a complex international supply chain to support different types of programmes, and coordinating resources to meet the programme objectives
  • Experience of working in remote field bases with limited infrastructure
  • Proven track-record in managing and supervising others in logistics, including training and capacity building
  • Ability to synthesize and analyze complex information, and make clear, informed decisions
  • Experience of advising and supporting others at all levels with logistics aspects of a programme, including strategic thinking and planning.
  • Ability to build relationships quickly with a wide range of people, both internally and externally
  • Excellent planning, management and coordination skills, with the ability to organise a substantial workload comprised of complex, diverse tasks and responsibilities
  • Strong communication (written and spoken), and interpersonal skills in English

Desirable:

  • Ability to work under pressure
  • Good understanding of grant donor financial, procurement and administrative management regulations especially multilateral donors.
  • Ability to build and maintain a good network of contacts and service providers

IT Competency required:

  • Intermediate

Competency profile

  • LEVEL 2: You are expected to be able to:

Build partnerships:

  • Take on different work when necessary to achieve a team or organisational goal.
  • Actively consult with others to ensure you understand their needs or goals.
  • Listen to and take on board fresh perspectives and views even if you initially disagree with them.
  • Maintain on-going relationships with individuals and contacts through networks, based on mutual rapport and respect.

Communicate Effectively:

  • Make complex things simple for the benefit of others.
  • Actively listen and question to check your understanding and draw out others when they are not expressing themselves clearly or seem to be holding back.
  • Be sensitive to what others may be feeling, based on what they say, how they say it and their non-verbal behavior, adapting your style and approach to fit.
  • Address difficult issues when they arise, being honest and open.

Steward Resources:

  • Implement ways to reduce the inefficient use of resources or pass the ideas on to someone who can make them happen.
  • Estimate the resources needed to achieve your own work plans or objectives and to deliver them in the most efficient and cost effective way.
  • Set and communicate realistic timelines for achieving tasks, working out how best to adapt as priorities change or unforeseen circumstances arise.

Deliver Results:

  • Prioritise, plan and monitor own work to meet own and team deliverables to agreed performance or quality standards.
  • Acknowledge others’ priorities whilst being prepared to say “no” if there are genuine reasons why their needs cannot be met.
  • Use logical processes and relevant tools and techniques to report on information or analyse options.
  • Make timely and considered recommendations or decisions based on analysis of available data, information and evidence.

Realize Potential:

  • Evaluate your own work and actively address gaps in knowledge and skills, without prompting.
  • Recognize how you react to feedback and manage reactions positively, acting on specific feedback from others.
  • Share your knowledge where it will help others to be more effective.
  • Provide instruction, constructive feedback and guidance to others to help them learn.

Strive for Improvement:

  • Constructively challenge existing practice.
  • Seek better ways of doing things, taking into account the possible implications.
  • Make positive suggestions on a way forward when faced with challenges even if these fall outside own scope of work.
  • Look inside and outside Christian Aid for new ideas and evaluate them for own work.

Salary: N7,324,662

Interview Date: 7th April, 2017.

Application Closing Date: 
19th March, 2017.

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

Click here to view more Information (pdf)

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