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IMPACT Initiatives Job Recruitment (5 Positions)

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IMPACT Initiatives Job Recruitment (5 Positions)

1.)?Data Specialist

Location: Nigeria
Contract: 12 months
Panda Department
Start Date: ASAP

Work Description

The Data Specialist ensures the validity and quality of all IMPACT research cycles in Nigeria under the line management of the IMPACT Country Coordinator or his/her delegates, in accordance with IMPACT’s standards, partner expectations, and ethos of facilitating an evidence-based response.
The Data Specialist will work with the Country Senior Management Team to provide technical inputs on secondary data reviews, assessment conceptualization, research design, data cleaning, data analysis, information product production (including maps and factsheets), and dissemination.
Partner coordination, donor reporting, presentations, and strategic development of IMPACT in Nigeria would be expected of him.
The Data Specialist will also create and administer a capacity building programme for national and international team members and train partners when needed.
Requirements

Academic Excellent academic credentials, preferably a Master’s Degree in related field;
Research talents Strong research and analytical skills, including sample frameworks and their application, large data set analysis, and temporal or spatial trend analysis. Data science expertise. Data analysis expertise.
Software expertise R, STATA, Python, or equivalent statistical software expertise. Proven Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint skills. ArcGIS expertise helps.
The familiarity aid system Knowing the aid system and research community.
Training skills Ability to coach and mentor IMPACT teams and partners on assessment.
Effective reporting requires good communication and composition skills.
Ability to multitask Multitasking with tight deadlines and multiple study cycles.
Independence level High level of independence in supporting colleagues and partners.
Intercultural workplace Flexibility in cross-cultural settings.
Regional expertise Experience in Sub-Saharan Africa is preferred.
Language skills English necessary, French a plus.
Pay and benefits

This post pays 2,940?3,120 CHF per month (before income tax) and 300 USD per month for living expenses. IMPACT pay are decided by our salary grid based on position grade and staff education. A location-dependent security and/or isolation adjustment is then performed to recognise that some staff must work in tough places with worse living and working conditions.
Food and lodging in the guesthouse.
Enrollment in Swisslife (approx. 9.975% of staff gross income), health, life, and repatriation insurance.
Flights every six months and visa fees covered (including in-country travel and professional expenses).
Transporting 20?100 kgs of bags, depending on contract term, plus luggage and personal property insurance
Annual 36-day leave. Public holidays in the assigned country. Family/compassionate leave where applicable.
Pre-departure induction: 3 days at IMPACT Initiatives’ Geneva HQ, 1 week at ACTED HQ in Paris, including 4-day in-situ security training. IMPACT prioritises staff psychological safety, offering health insurance covering up to ?1000 per year for psychosocial counselling.

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

2.) Senior Data Officer

Location: Regular travel to Abuja, Nigeria, from Dakar, Senegal.
Employment: Contract
Contract: 12 months
Start Date: ASAP

Work Description

The Senior Data Officer monitors and improves all IMPACT research cycles in Nigeria under the direction of the IMPACT Country Coordinator or his/her delegates, in accordance with IMPACT’s standards, partner expectations, and ethos of facilitating an evidence-based response.
In collaboration with the Country Senior Management Team, the Senior Data Officer will provide technical inputs for secondary data reviews, assessment conceptualization, research design, data cleaning, data analysis, information product production (including maps and factsheets), and dissemination.
Partner coordination, donor reporting, presentations, and strategic development of IMPACT in Nigeria would be expected of him.
Senior Data Officers will also plan and administer a continual capacity building programme for national and international team members and train partners when necessary.
Requirements

Academic Ideal qualifications include a Master degree in relevant field and strong research skills. Data science expertise. Data analysis expertise.
Software expertise R, STATA, Python, or equivalent statistical software expertise.
Proven Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint skills. ArcGIS expertise helps.
Knowledge of the aid system and research community.
Training skills Ability to coach and mentor IMPACT teams and partners on assessment.
Effective reporting requires good communication and composition skills.
Ability to multitask Multitasking with tight deadlines and multiple study cycles.
Independence level High level of independence in supporting colleagues and partners.
Intercultural workplace Flexibility in cross-cultural settings.
Regional expertise Experience in Sub-Saharan Africa is preferred.
Language skills English necessary, French a plus.
Conditions

This position pays between 2’460 CHF and 2’520 CHF per month (before income tax) and 300 USD per month in living allowance. IMPACT pay are decided by our salary grid based on position grade and staff education.
A location-dependent security and/or isolation adjustment is then performed to recognise that some staff must work in tough places with worse living and working conditions.
Food and lodging in the guesthouse.
Enrollment in Swisslife (approx. 9.975% of staff gross income), health, life, and repatriation insurance.
Flights every six months and visa fees covered (including in-country travel and professional expenses).
Transporting 20?100 kgs of bags, depending on contract term, plus luggage and personal property insurance
Annual 36-day leave. Public holidays in the assigned country. Family/compassionate leave where applicable.
Predeparture induction involves 3 days at IMPACT Initiatives’ Geneva HQ and 1 week at ACTED HQ in Paris, including a 4-day in-situ security training. IMPACT prioritises staff psychological safety and provides health insurance that covers up to ?1000 per year for psychosocial counselling.

Method of Application
Interested and qualified candidates should:
Click here to apply online

Click here for more information?(PDF)

Note

  • Submit your application using the form above. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
  • In case you encounter challenges using the application form, please contact us via?jobs@impact-initiatives.org?.

3.) Research Manager

Location: Abuja (with occasional stays in Dakar, Senegal)

Employment: Contract
Contract: 12 months
Start Date: ASAP

Project Overview

The Third Party Monitoring (TPM) Project for FCDOs Humanitarian and Resilience Programme (HARP) Facility hires. IMPACT, CLEAR Global, and FACT Foundation collaborated on this programme.
CLEAR Global will host workers in Nigeria, and the Research Manager will report to the Country Director and his or her delegates for administrative, security, logistics, and finance problems. Thus, he will follow CLEAR Global’s Security, HR,
In conjunction with CLEAR Global, enforce administration and logistics guidelines for all IMPACT workers.
Functions

The Research Manager manages FCDO-funded Third Party Monitoring (TPM) Project research and staff under the Country Coordinator.
The Research Manager will oversee and execute all research operations in the Project, delivering quarterly deliverables on time and maintaining excellent research quality.
S/he will also work closely with Clear Global and Fact Foundation, IMPACT’s Consortium partners, and help the Country Coordinator in stakeholder engagement with FCDO’s Implementing Partners.
Responsibilities
Duties of the Research Manager include:

Develop and implement strategy:

Specifically for the FCDO-funded TPM Projects, and while supervised by the CC, the RM ensures that IMPACT has an up-to-date understanding of the country’s socio-economic situation, crisis impact, aid/humanitarian situation, humanitarian planning, coordination, response mechanism developments, and key humanitarian stakeholders.
Create and manage the TPM Project strategy.
In particular, during the inception period, set out the project’s overall strategy, develop concomitant workplans for each staff member, and put in place the necessary structures for staff members so that each individual knows how to work towards the common goal of completing deliverables on time and to a high standard and providing impact tFCDand Implementing Partners at the outcome level.
Research Planning:

Plan all TPM Project research in accordance with project and programme objectives and the Project and Country Strategy.
Make sure all research follows IMPACT’s HQ Research Department standards.
Secondary Data Reviews must be done and included into the research.
Validate research ToRs with HQ before data collecting.
Make sure the team understands and updates research ToRs.
Track all assessment progress and delays throughout the research cycle.
Involve FACT Foundation assessment and data staff in the research.
Perform research (research design) to assist the team.
ToRs, tool creation, data management, analysis, product drafting).
Meet with FCD and Implementing Partners for dissemination and stakeholder meetings with CC support.
Implementing research:

Coordinate with FACT Foundation to collect data in a way that allows IMPACT to clean and analyse it.
Store all gathered data according to IMPACT’s Data Management Guidelines and the Research ToR’s data management plan Annex.
Revision and cleaning of data must be recorded according to IMPACT data management rules.
Manage all data analysis under the Research ToRs.
Data and analysis should not contain personal information and be approved by IMPACT HQ before sharing with third parties.
Oversee and assist the team with information product analysis and writing.
Review all goods before sending to CC or IMPACT HQ for validation.
Validate all authored products with IMPACT HQ before releasing to FCD and Implementing Partners.
Leading and managing teams:

Make sure all staff members know their positions and can report and validate to HQ.
Make that all employees have clear and updated ToRs, Workplans, and KPIs for performance evaluation.
Build teamwork, productivity, and employee well-being.
Build team capacity, efficiency, and performance with mentoring.
Foster staff development, providing input to HQ to encourage retention and internal mobility. Identify capacity building opportunities, proactively offer high-performing personnel a short-term deployment to another mission, and establish pathways for junior staff to progress and become managers or specialists.
In the event of an HR issue, notify HQ immediately.
Internal Coordination and Communication:

Communicate effectively with the IMPACT TPM team in Senegal and Nigeria, as well as the FACT Foundation and Clear Global teams in Nigeria.
Requirements

Candidates should have Master’s degrees in International Relations, Political Sciences, Social Research, Economics, Development Studies, or related fields and 3+ years of relevant work experience.
Conditions

IMPACT wages are precisely defined by our salary grid based on position grade and staff education.
A location-dependent security and/or isolation adjustment is then performed to recognise that some staff must work in tough places with worse living and working conditions.
Food and lodging in the guesthouse.
Enrollment in Swisslife (approx. 9.975% of staff gross income), health, life, and repatriation insurance.
Flights every six months and visa fees covered (including in-country travel and professional expenses).
Transporting 20?100 kgs of bags, depending on contract term, plus luggage and personal property insurance
Annual 36-day leave. Public holidays in the assigned country. Family/compassionate leave where applicable.
Predeparture induction: 3 days at IMPACT Initiatives’ Geneva headquarters + 1 week at ACTED’s Paris headquarters, including 4 days of in-situ security training;
The health insurance offered by IMPACT covers psychosocial counselling expenditures up to 1000 ? per year to ensure staff psychological safety.

Method of Application
Interested and qualified candidates should:
Click here to apply online

Click here for more information?(PDF)

Note

  • Submit your application using the form above. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
  • In case you encounter challenges using the application form, please contact us via?jobs@impact-initiatives.org?.

4.) Senior Assessment Officer

Location: Abuja (with occasional stays in Dakar, Senegal)

Employment: Contract
Contract: 12 months
Start Date: ASAP

IMPACT/PANDA background

Geneva-based humanitarian NGO IMPACT Initiatives. The organisation manages PANDA and other activities.
The IMPACT team includes GIS and data collecting, administration, and analysis experts. IMPACT has three Initiatives: REACH, PANDA, and AGORA. This is PANDA Initiative recruitment.
Two international NGOs (IMPACT Initiatives and ACTED) and UNOSAT launched REACH in 2010.
REACH promotes and facilitates information product creation to improve humanitarian decision-making and planning for emergency, reconstruction, and development contexts.
REACH provides aid players with three complimentary services: need and situation evaluations facilitated by REACH teams, satellite imagery-based scenario analysis, and related database and (web)-mapping facilities and skills.
PANDA is IMPACT’s humanitarian relief response lever that directly engages partners and their actions to improve beneficiary outcomes. PANDA is direct action that ensures the system and its players are trustworthy and providing the most effective, efficient, and equitable response. REACH uses soft power and partnerships to alter systems.
IMPACT’s PANDA is praxis?it is how we act as a catalyst of change in the aid community by analysing projects, programmes, and policies to identify their results, strengths, weaknesses, and how they can be improved, then proposing or implementing a concrete plan.
Project Overview

The Third Party Monitoring (TPM) Project for FCDOs Humanitarian and Resilience Programme (HARP) Facility hires. For this programme, IMPACT partnered with CLEAR Global and FACT Foundation.
CLEAR Global will host workers in Nigeria, and the Research Manager will report to the Country Director and his or her delegates for administrative, security, logistics, and finance problems. Thus, he will follow CLEAR Global’s Security, HR, Administration, and Logistics policies and ensure that all IMPACT staff do too.
Functions

IMPACT Research Manager in Nigeria directs the Senior Assessment Officer in TPM Project research implementation. These include TPM Project research preparation, data collecting, analysis, writing, and distribution.
Responsibilities
The Senior Assessment Officer oversees:

Planning and Implementing Research:

Prepare TPM Project research cycle Terms of Reference and have HQ validate them before data collecting.
Prepare and update TPM Project Secondary Data Reviews.
For each research cycle, define the research design, generate data analysis plans, build tools (questionnaires) with the data team, clean data, execute data analyses, and produce relevant information products.
Support the RM in stakeholder involvement during research design and dissemination.
Work closely with the FACT Foundation team to include their assessment and data/GIS officers into consortium research workstreams.
Notify the line manager and IMPACT HQ research department of any issues that preclude complete application of the authorised ToRs methodology.
Document all technique changes during implementation and have IMPACT HQ validate them.
Validate data and analysis with IMPACT HQ before product drafting.
Share data and analysis without personal information and approved by IMPACT HQ before sharing with other parties.
Research Product Drafting:

Draught timely and accurate outputs that aggregate insights from each research cycle into appropriate products such factsheets, reports, briefs, presentations, etc. that meet IMPACT’s criteria and quality standards.
Ensure that products accurately reflect collected information and that information is delivered to maximise impact for intended purpose.
Coordinate with GIS colleagues to map or dashboard study findings.
Follow the project partner and donor report deadlines.
Report delays or obstacles for certain tests in writing and orally.
Validate all written products with IMPACT HQ before releasing to funders and Implementing Partners.
External Engagement:

Provide stakeholder engagement, presentations, and seminars to the RM and CC as needed.
Represent IMPACT in important meetings and working groups with RM or CC approval.
Present research findings to FCDO and Implementing Partners after RM or CC validation.
Document and inform the line manager and appropriate colleagues of all partner involvement and external relations.
Applying IMPACT’s mandate, ethics, values, and position towards other actors helps build the organization’s image and credibility.
Manage Teams and Build Capacity:

Line manage foreign and national assessment staff as needed.
Conduct appraisals, provide feedback, and manage careers for workers under their supervision in close conjunction with the RM and CC.
Help the RM and CC induct new hires and teach them in research design, implementation, and analysis.
In-house coordination:

Attend team meetings regularly.
Maintain constant communication with appropriate colleagues.
Develop and implement IMPACT’s Nigeria strategy.
The Senior Assessment Officer will follow IMPACT’s data protection policy and SOPs and keep all data and processes confidential.
He/she will actively prohibit the unauthorised disclosure of IMPACT and partner data or data gathered during his/her assignment.
Requirements

Academic Excellent academic credentials, preferably a master’s degree in related field;
Masters-level research skills and complicated research approach experience. Strong analytical skills
Proof of Microsoft Office Suite proficiency in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. InDesign experience and advanced R, SPSS, STATA, or other statistical analysis software abilities are desirable.
Knowledge of the assistance system is necessary.
Between 2 and 3 years of relevant job experience.
Sector experience and TPM knowledge helpful.
Effective reporting requires good communication and composition skills.
Ability to multitask with tight deadlines and multiple research cycles.
Ability to work autonomously.
Working in a cross-cultural workplace requires adaptability.
Past regional experience is preferred.
English proficiency necessary, French an asset.
Conditions

From 2’580 CHF to 2’640 CHF monthly (before income tax), with a 300 USD monthly living allowance. IMPACT salaries are rigidly regulated by our salary grid based on role grade and staff education.
A location-dependent security and/or isolation adjustment is then performed to recognise that some staff must work in tough places with worse living and working conditions.
Food and lodging in the guesthouse.
Enrollment in Swisslife (approx. 9.975% of staff gross income), health, life, and repatriation insurance.
Flights every six months and visa fees covered (including in-country travel and professional expenses).
Transporting 20?100 kgs of bags, depending on contract term, plus luggage and personal property insurance
Annual 36-day leave. Public holidays in the assigned country. Family/compassionate leave where applicable.
Predeparture induction: 3 days at IMPACT Initiatives’ Geneva headquarters + 1 week at ACTED’s Paris headquarters, including 4 days of in-situ security training;
The health insurance offered by IMPACT covers psychosocial counselling expenditures up to 1000 ? per year to ensure staff psychological safety.

Method of Application
Interested and qualified candidates should:
Click here to apply online

Click here for more information?(PDF)

Note

  • Submit your application using the form above. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
  • In case you encounter challenges using the application form, please contact us via?jobs@impact-initiatives.org?.

5.)?Country Coordinator

Location: Abuja (with occasional stays in Dakar, Senegal)
Employment: Contract
Contract: 12 months
Start Date: ASAP

IMPACT/PANDA background

Geneva-based humanitarian NGO IMPACT Initiatives. The organisation manages PANDA and other activities.
The IMPACT team includes GIS and data collecting, administration, and analysis experts. IMPACT has three Initiatives: REACH, PANDA, and AGORA. This is PANDA Initiative recruitment.
Two international NGOs (IMPACT Initiatives and ACTED) and UNOSAT launched REACH in 2010.
REACH promotes and facilitates information product creation to improve humanitarian decision-making and planning for emergency, reconstruction, and development contexts.
REACH provides aid players with three complimentary services: need and situation evaluations facilitated by REACH teams, satellite imagery-based scenario analysis, and related database and (web)-mapping facilities and skills.
PANDA is IMPACT’s humanitarian relief response lever that directly engages partners and their actions to improve beneficiary outcomes. PANDA is direct action that ensures the system and its players are trustworthy and providing the most effective, efficient, and equitable response. REACH uses soft power and partnerships to alter systems.
IMPACT’s PANDA is praxis?it is how we act as a catalyst of change in the aid community by analysing projects, programmes, and policies to identify their results, strengths, weaknesses, and how they can be improved, then proposing or implementing a concrete plan.
Country Overview

Nigeria faces many security issues. ISWAP and JAS, often known as Boko Haram, have penetrated the region.
Since its 12th year, the humanitarian crisis has caused inaccessibility in Borno, Adamawa, and Yobe states, limiting access to basic infrastructure and services and displacing millions. In the
Banditry is a growing problem in the northwest.
Due to increasing crime, violence, and kidnappings, parents and authorities have pulled millions of youngsters out of school.
The Northeast remains in the spotlight, but humanitarian and developmental needs are rising in the Northwest, long-running discontent and militancy in the Niger Delta, herder-farming community discontent from the central belt southwards, and separatist Biafra agitations in the Igbo Southeast continue.
In this context, IMPACT Initiatives has built many study cycles to offer humanitarians with evidence. IMPACT Initiatives has worked in Nigeria’s Northeast and Northwest.
IMPACT Initiatives conducted Multi-Sectoral Needs Assessments (MSNAs), Hard to Reach (H2R) assessments, Area Based Assessments (ABA), Rapid Overviews of Areas of Return (ROAR), Thematic Assessments (TA), Rapid Assessments (RA), and WASH Infrastructure Mapping from 2021 to 2023. They also participated in Famine Monitoring, Nutrition and Food Security Surveillance, and the Joint Market Monitoring Initiative.
Project Overview

The Third Party Monitoring (TPM) Project for FCDOs Humanitarian and Resilience Programme (HARP) Facility hires. For this programme, IMPACT partnered with CLEAR Global and FACT Foundation.
CLEAR Global will host workers in Nigeria, and the Research Manager will report to the Country Director and his or her delegates for administrative, security, logistics, and finance problems. Thus, he will follow CLEAR Global’s Security, HR, Administration, and Logistics policies and ensure that all IMPACT staff do too.
Functions

The CC represents IMPACT and manages and develops its Nigerian programmes under the regional coordinator in Geneva. IMPACT is in a Consortium with CLEAR Global and FACT Foundation on an FCDO-funded TPM project.
The Consortium Assessment Manager, the CC, will spend 50% of their time managing the project and 50% on stakeholder engagement and financing.
In addition, the CC regularly communicates organisational risks to the ED, the Director of Country Programmes and Operations, and other relevant HQ Senior Management.
He/she will promote organisational vision and core values across the mission and work with HQ to deliver IMPACT’s worldwide strategies.
Responsibilities
The following are CC duties:

Develop and implement strategy:

Make sure IMPACT knows the country’s socioeconomic position, the crisis’s impact, and aid/humanitarian coordination procedures. Use an up-to-date research gaps analysis, IMPACT Portfolio Strategy, and Country Strategy to operationalize this understanding.
Develop and oversee the implementation of this Country Strategy for the mission for IMPACT, and lead the identification of strategic possibilities to strengthen IMPACT’s work in the country, including financing opportunities to strengthen the research portfolio.
Contact Nigerian partners and stakeholders to find host organisations for IMPACT’s study.
Set the TPM Project’s strategy, manage its implementation, and assure outcome impact.
Fundraising:

Contact donors to fund IMPACT’s programmes (including REACH, PANDA, and AGORA) in collaboration with IMPACT HQ.
After donor financing for IMPACT projects is discovered, oversee project proposal conceptualization (problem description, logframe) within the Nigeria Country Strategy, validate proposals with HQ Grant Management Unit, and submit them to donors.
After identifying donor financing for IMPACT activities, oversee budget design and development, validate budgets with HQ Finance, and submit them to donors.
Work closely with IMPACT HQ to negotiate donor proposals and contracts.
Manage employee recruitment and integration into the IMPACT team if funding is secured.
Programme Planning and Execution:

Manage the TPM Project’s programme implementation, deliverables, and stakeholder interaction with FCDO and Implementing Partners for each research component’s dissemination and learning.
To ensure the TPM Project’s success, work closely with Consortium Members Clear Global and FACT and communicate with FCDO and Implementing Partners.
Review TORs, data, and draught deliverables with supporting assessment, data, and GIS teams to ensure they meet expected standards before sending to IMPACT HQ for validation. Ensure the quality, accuracy, confidentiality, and protection of collected information.
For effect overall, supervise all programming, meet donor requirements, complete deliverables on time, and aim for outcome-level effect.
Track all programme implementation progress and delays. Report programme delays and issues to HQ in writing and orally.
Knowledge-sharing and learning:

Track all programme implementation progress and delays. Report programme delays and issues to HQ in writing and orally.
Ensure the country team learns from relevant best practise internally and externally, nationally and globally, and shares learning with other programmes; organise a programme review workshop and document lessons learned at the end of each programme.
Effective line management should prioritise staff career growth and advancement.
Project Cycle Management:

Management of Grants and Projects
Give Clear Global all the TPM Project paperwork they need for FCDO narrative and financial reporting.
Clear Global organises project kick-offs, review/updates, and end-of-project meetings for proposed alternative IMPACT programming while managing TPM Project grants. Collaborate with HQ Grants Management and HQ Finance to track output and cash burn rates to achieve narrative and financial reporting deadlines.
Manage finances:
Expect financial concerns and financing shortfalls.
Avoid under/overspending by controlling project budgets with HQ Finance.
Forecast and report to HQ Finance monthly, including updated Budget Follow Up tables (BFUs) for all programmes and staff allocation tables.
Asset and IT Management:
Manage all data backups in Nigeria, including the nation server for internal information and documentation and the HQ server for field data.
Check and monitor team members’ server utilisation per IMPACT requirements.
Manage all Nigerian assets.
External audit follow-up:
Aid HQ Finance in external audit preparation.
Leading and managing teams:

Lead the Mission, including the TPM Project and other alternatives.
Share IMPACT’s values and vision across the mission and help managers do so.
Staff Management:
Make sure all staff members know their positions and can report and validate to HQ.
Make that all employees have clear and updated ToRs, Workplans, and KPIs for performance evaluation.
Build teamwork, productivity, and employee well-being.
Help the team build capacity, efficiency, and performance.
Foster staff development, providing input to HQ to encourage retention and internal mobility. Find strategies to enhance capacity, give high-performing employees surges (short-term deployments to other missions), and help junior staff advance to management or specialised roles.
Internal and external conflict management
In the event of an HR issue, notify HQ immediately.
Give new hires proper orientation and training.
Ensure in-country workers undergo regular IMPACT code of conduct and policy training.
Manage HR and administration:
Actively adjust staffing to needs and funds with IMPACT HQ and national staff hosting partners.
Send IMPACT HQ accurate HR reports on time.
Conduct regular employee performance reviews.
Internal Communication and Coordination:

Keep IMPACT HQ informed through the Monthly Coordination Report and directly inform grants management, finance, HR, and programme departments.
Immediately inform IMPACT regional coordinators, relevant HQ head of department, and the Executive Director of any risk to IMPACT programmes, projects, or staff.
External Engagement:

Maintain and enhance active and regular working ties with coordination platforms (sectors, working groups, INGO Forum (NIF), ISWG, AAWG, etc.).
Promote IMPACT and its initiatives’ regular and proactive participation in aid decision-making forums and papers.
Ensure major aid stakeholders understand IMPACT and its programmes and that relevant collaborations have been explored.
Product Distribution and External Communications:

Lead the distribution of research/program products/outputs through in-country presentations, website articles, journal articles, IMPACT social media content, targeted emails, meetings, etc. in accordance with IMPACT distribution and External Communication requirements.
Help IMPACT HQ globalise country mission distribution.
Centralise all Nigerian media contacts and need written approval from the HQ Director of Advocacy.
Accountability to Community and Beneficiaries:

Staff members must ensure respectful and consultative relationships with communities we serve. Communities must be contacted and educated about IMPACT’s project goals, activities, beneficiary selection criteria, and methods. Every IMPACT employee is responsible.
Privacy and security:

The IMPACT CC will guarantee the highest secrecy on all data collected and related processes. He/she will actively prohibit the unauthorised disclosure of IMPACT and partner data or data gathered during his/her assignment.
Requirements

Academic excellence, including a Master’s Degree in International Relations, Political Sciences, Social Research, Economics, Development Studies, or related field
Previous field-level INGO senior management experience. Proven success managing international and national humanitarian teams
Knowledge of the aid system and research community.
Effective reporting requires excellent communication and composition skills, as well as experience contributing to high-level presentations/briefings.
Work experience At least 5 years of relevant experience, preferably with IMPACT growth.
Excellent research and analytical skills are a plus. Assessment experience. Evaluations, field research, M&E are assets.
Proof of Microsoft Office Suite proficiency in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. R, SPSS, STATA, or other statistical analysis software experience helpful.
Ability to multitask with tight deadlines, several research cycles, and complex environments.
Self-starter with proven independence.
Working in a cross-cultural workplace requires adaptability.
Previous Sub-Saharan Africa experience is preferred.
English proficiency essential.
Complex and challenging security environment operability.
Conditions

IMPACT salary grid; educational level, expertise, hardship, security, and performance determine bonuses.
A guesthouse provides food and lodging.
Enrollment in Swisslife (approx. 9.975% of staff gross income), health, life, and repatriation insurance.
Flights every six months and visa fees covered (including in-country travel and professional expenses).
R&R after 2-3 months (flight ticket up to $500 + $200 living allowance) if duty station allows [to be added or removed depending on base].
Transporting 20?100 kgs of bags, depending on contract term, plus luggage and personal property insurance
Annual 36-day leave. Public holidays in the assigned country. Family/compassionate leave where applicable.
Predeparture induction: 3 days at IMPACT Initiatives’ Geneva headquarters + 1 week at ACTED’s Paris headquarters, including 4 days of in-situ security training;
The health insurance offered by IMPACT covers psychosocial counselling expenditures up to 1000 ? per year to ensure staff psychological safety.

Method of Application
Interested and qualified candidates should:
Click here to apply online

Click here for more information?(PDF)

Note

  • Submit your application using the form above. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
  • In case you encounter challenges using the application form, please contact us via?jobs@impact-initiatives.org?.

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