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International Agency / NGO / Multinational Job Vacancies

International Agency / NGO / Multinational Job Vacancies


International Agency / NGO / Multinational Job Vacancies

International Agency / NGO / Multinational Job Vacancies – We (Highachievers) are aware of the increasing need and high demand for jobs from International Agency, NGO (Local and international) and Multinational companies; thus, we have curated jobs done this week from these sectors:

1.)?Senior Disbursement Assistant at the African Development Bank Group (AfDB)

Location:?Maputo, Mozambique
Position Grade: GS8


The Complex

  • The Vice Presidency for Finance oversees the financial management of the Bank Group.
  • This encompasses the Bank Group?s treasury activities including borrowings from the capital markets and investment activities; controllership functions including financial reporting and loan administration; strategic resource mobilization and the strengthening of the non-statutory financial resources and instruments; the overall asset/liability management for the Bank Group.

The Hiring Department / Division

  • The Financial Control Department of the African Development Bank (The Bank) is responsible for accounting for the financial consequences of the Bank Group?s transactions and decisions, and for the preparation, fair presentation and overall integrity of the internal financial reports and published financial statements.
  • The department is also responsible for loan administration and accounting and related fiduciary responsibilities, including disbursement of funds to projects and programs financed by the Bank Group. Lastly, the department provides decision support and expertise in the development and implementation of financial control policies, operational and financial strategies and related information systems.
  • The primary objective of the Loan Disbursement Division is to ensure compliance with key fiduciary related articles in the Agreement Establishing the African Development Bank and Fund. Ensure that adequate controls are maintained around the disbursement of Bank Group financed project.

The Position

  • Under the general supervision of the Disbursement Officer, the Disbursement Assistant is primarily responsible for determination of the completeness of borrowers? requests in accordance with the Bank?s policies and procedures, Verification of documentation and processing of disbursements or special commitment requests.
  • The Incumbent provides support to negotiations, mission preparation, and disbursement seminars and ensure timely disbursements of proceeds from Bank Group and co-financed projects in accordance with relevant loan and protocol agreements and Bank Group policies.

Key Functions
The Disbursement Assistant functions will include the following:

  • Disbursement Transactions Processing:
  • Analyze?? and?? determine?? the?? appropriateness?? of?? borrowers??? requests?? for?? disbursements and?? the?? supporting documentation. International Agency / NGO / Multinational Job Vacancies?
  • Determine whether they should be approved, reduced or rejected in accordance with Bank?s policies and procedures. This requires the identification of irregularities and non-compliance with Bank procedures and policies, as well as highlighting circumstances for further investigation where the Bank may be exposed to financial risk.
  • Review and recommend changes to disbursement systems, policies and procedures to promote timeliness, accuracy and efficiency in processing while maintaining appropriate internal controls.
  • Draft clear and concise correspondence to borrowers of operational staff on disbursement-related issues.
  • Process special commitment amendments and prepare amendment letters.

Project Management:

  • Respond to questions from Task Team Leaders, borrowers, commercial banks, and suppliers on payments, balances, and application status.
  • Cooperate with concerned departments and stakeholders to resolve disbursement issues promptly.
  • Monitor borrowers? utilization of special account funds, ensuring that the funds are properly accounted for and used in accordance with Bank procedures.
  • Participate in loan disbursement missions to verify use of resources and resolve disbursement issues.
  • Contribute to improving the efficiency of disbursement operations by ensuring that records and reports are properly maintained and updated at all times.
  • Participate in technical discussions and loan negotiations to ensure that disbursement arrangements are compliant with Bank Group disbursement policies.
  • Provide input on audit reviews, and monitor borrower compliance with audit findings, as requested by the Disbursement Officer.

Capacity Building:

  • Provide input into the training of Executing Agencies, Projects, and Bank Staff.
  • Participate in the design of materials for disbursement seminars.
  • Respond to questions regarding disbursement procedures.
  • Answer questions from Task Team Leaders, borrowers, commercial banks, and suppliers on payments, balances, and application status.

Departmental / Divisional Tasks:

  • Participate in departmental/divisional task forces.
  • Identify issues relating to disbursement policies, procedures and guidelines and propose actions or enhancements.
  • Undertake ad-hoc assignments at the discretion of the Country Manager or Division Manager.
  • Participate in the review of project documents such as Appraisal Reports, Country?? Strategy Papers, and Project Completion Reports and provide input to supervisors.

Competencies (Skills, Experience and Knowledge)

  • Hold at least a Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting or Business Administration or related fields.
  • Have a minimum of six (6) years of direct relevant experience preferably in accounting in a large organization.
  • Familiarity with disbursement policies, guidelines and procedures of multilateral development institutions
  • Good understanding of basic general accounting concepts and principles, and their application.
  • Analytical, systematic, strong numerical skills, attention to details.
  • Ability to plan and coordinate schedules in order to meet tight deadlines
  • Good understanding of internal control concepts and business aptitude for figures and attention to detail
  • Ability to adopt new policies, systems and processes in a timely fashion.
  • Good Client Orientation, Achieving Results and Problem Solving, Communication and Knowledge Sharing, Innovation and Change.
  • Ability to communicate effectively (written and oral) in English or French preferably with a good working knowledge of the other language.
  • Proficient in the use of standard MS Office software (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Project Knowledge of SAP would be an advantage.

Application Closing Date
29th December, 2023.

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

2.)?Specialized Technician (Electrician) at Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF)

Location: Kastina
Contract:?Fixed Term
Period: Fixed Term: 208 working hours per month.


  • Medecins Sans Frontieres is a private, not-for-profit international humanitarian organization dedicated to providing medical assistance to populations in distress, without discrimination and regardless of race, religion, creed or political affiliation.
  • MSF has been active in Katsina since February 2021 after carrying an exploratory mission that end up with an opening of the project under the Emergency-Cell.
  • Currently, MSF is running an ITFC (Inpatient Therapeutic Feeding Centre) in Katsina in the KofarSauri PHCC and? and 5 ATFC (Ambulatory Therapeutic Feeding Centre) including four in Jibia LGA (Magama, Daddara, GubiMagaria, Riko,) and one in Katsina City (KofarMarusa).

Main Purpose

  • Performing autonomously, specific complex / advanced installation, maintenance works and repairs depending on technician?s specialization (requiring special/qualifications/training), according to supervisor?s instructions and MSF standards and procedures, in order to ensure a proper functioning and maintenance of MSF equipment, installations and infrastructures

Main responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Performing autonomously, all necessary complex / advanced installations, maintenance and repairs (i.e. requiring special qualifications/training), according to the supervisor?s instructions and executes any needed tests after any repair or maintenance. Including the following functions:??Quality and Standard Electrical Works.
  • Making suggestions regarding any repair or maintenance work needed in MSF electrical installations, equipment and assisting logistics department for any relative work needed.
  • Managing the stock of consumable items, filling in the stock cards, carrying out physical stock inventories, executing orders necessary for renewing stock, avoiding any shortage.
  • Responsible for the equipment and tools, including extinguishers, checking they are correctly and safely used, maintaining and renewing them when necessary and keeping the inventory updated.
  • Keeping working area clean and tidy.
  • Ensuring that all record sheets and books related to logistical maintenance are always completed. Preparing needed reports before and after any repair or required maintenance.
  • Immediately informing the line manager of any problems that arise in the course of the work, particularly with regard to damage, loss, theft or attempted break-ins
  • Working in collaboration with other specialized technicians and workers, if necessary, or managing a small team of workers.
  • Ensuring all electrical installations in MSF facilities comply with MSF standards and performing autonomously and ensuring, all necessary complex / advanced electrical installations, maintenance and repairs, according to the supervisor?s instructions. This includes the following tasks :
  • Carrying out critical rehabilitation tasks and corrective maintenance interventions and the coordination and execution of required tasks as well as installation of needed electrical equipment as defined by each project. Elaborating the necessary documentation for carrying out energy installations projects (plans, list of materials, etc.)
  • Carryingout and updating the electrical installations inventory in MSF missions? facilities and performing annual maintenance procedures and safety checks across facilities in the project. Executing any needed tests after any repair or maintenance.

Minimum Requirements

  • Technical Diploma or University Degree in Electrical or Electronics Engineering. is essential.
  • Proficient user of MS Office (Excel, Word, Outlook) is essential.


  • Practical/hands-on experience in electrical designs, electrical wiring, electrical installation is essential (minimum 2 years? experience).
  • Essential at least two years of previous working experience. Desirable in MSF or other NGOs


  • English: Oral and Written Essential
  • Local Languages Desirable

Competences / Skills:

  • Results and Quality Orientation L1
  • Teamwork and CooperationL1
  • BehaviouralFlexibilityL1
  • Commitment to MSF Principles L1
  • Service Orientation L1
  • Stress Management L2.

Application Closing Date
8th December, 2023 – 4:00 pm.

How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should:
Click here to apply online
The candidates should send a?Hard Copy of their applications to:
MSF Katsina Office,
Plot No. 1 Block ??J?? KPL 201,
New Government House,
Katsina State.

Important Information
The application must include:

  • Complete CV with Cover letter and copies of all certificates and diplomas mentioned in the CV
  • Applicant Contact details and ID, and contact of references mentioned in the application


  • Please make sure to submit your application on or before this date.
  • Only successful applicants will be called for next steps and are obligated to disclose any information about familymember(s) currently in the employ of MSF-France in any location.
  • No monetary transactions, neither demands of favours in kind, nor other types of favouritism will be tolerated in the MSF recruitment process.
  • MSF reserves the right to refuse hiring a candidate having benefitted from any such acts. All illicit demands may be pursued through the judicial system.
  • MSF is an equal opportunity employer and encourages any Nigerian citizen to apply irrespective of race, gender, religion, creed, political affiliation.

3.)?Strategic Information Short-term – an Indigenous Non-profit and Non-governmental Organization

Job Type: Short-term Hire

Do You Have What It Takes To Join Us?

  • We are in search of innovative, creative, and self-motivated talents with outstanding skills and proven track records in the advertised position. A reliable individual who is committed, audacious, accountable, and passionate (females and HIV community members are strongly encouraged to apply) with strong core values to work with our highly experienced team at our Head and state offices in the following capacities:
  • A reliable executor who is flexible and can hit the ground running in aiding the organization achieve its goals as it aligns with saving lives, making life more meaningful and productive for all Nigerians and especially for the most vulnerable. If this typifies you, kindly read on.

Specific Duties & Responsibilities

  • Assist with supervising regular data collection across implementing entities and ensure quality of the data by random verifications and validations, while preserving data in a safe and accessible way
  • Assist in providing technical support on SI and evidence-based recommendations to the relevant program team and stakeholders in the LGA.
  • Assist with the implementation of SI field activities and ensure they adhere to CIHP, GON and USG monitoring and evaluation system.
  • Assist with coordinating and engaging supported entities and state stakeholders to collect data against agreed indicators in line with GON and USG requirements.
  • Assist with the support and use of program Monitoring and Evaluation tools across all supported entities in the satellite command.
  • Review, validate and conduct completeness, and consistency check on all data including DHIS 2 entries before upload before submission to country office for upload to USG/CDC/PEPFAR DATIM/DHIS and SHIELD portal on a quarterly, semiannual and annual reporting cycles for all supervised entities in the satellite command.
  • Support review of data entry into the NMRS at supervised sites for completeness and accuracy
  • Any other duties assigned.

Qualifications & Experience

  • University Degree Business, Social Sciences, Natural Sciences, Computer Science, Public Administration or any related field
  • 2 to 3 years experience in reporting position with Local or International NGOs; preferably in Care and treatment
  • Experience with DHIS, DATIM and RADET reporting a plus.
  • Knowledge of MS Word, Excel and Access required.
  • Experience with data form design, collection and data entry.
  • Demonstrated ability to work cooperatively as a member of a team.
  • Ability to analyze and interpret large amount of information.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.

Application Closing Date
6th December, 2023.

Method of Application
Interested and qualified candidates should:
Click here to apply online
Submit their current CV and Suitability Statement (not more than 200 words indicating position and location) in Microsoft Word format to:? the JOB TITLE, LOCATION AND APPLICANT FULL NAME as the subject of the email e.g. Strategic Information – ADESUWA NWACHUKWU.


  • It is important to apply via the link and the mail, as applications sent to ONLY the email address will be considered invalid.
  • Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted to advance to the next stage of the selection process.
  • Qualified Locals and residents of these locations are encouraged to apply.
  • Applications are reviewed in the order of arrival, and we reserve the right to close the advert before the term initially indicated if suitable applications are received.

4.)?Communications Specialist – Solina Centre for International Development and Research (SCIDaR)

Employment Type: Full-time


  • Develop content for the quarterly project newsletters, case studies, position papers, and other relevant documents with input from technical field teams and project leadership.
  • Copy-edit, proof-read and review all external project communications to suit the intended audience.
  • Support the project team and state editorial committees to develop research article manuscripts to drive the project learning agenda.
  • Ensures routine engagement of the project team at relevant fora such as the National Malaria Elimination program and its sub-committees, State malaria Elimination programs, etc., to disseminate relevant project updates and learnings.
  • Organize both physical and electronic events such as learning exchange meetings across the three project states and webinars/seminars to share project learnings with stakeholders.
  • Conduct interviews with project stakeholders at the state and national levels to generate human-interest content for external communications.
  • Cultivate professional contacts and maintain liaison with media, government, implementing partners, key stakeholders, and community organizations for the dissemination of project lessons.
  • Ensure compliance of all project communication with the donor’s communications toolkit and other reference guidelines.
  • Routinely evaluate the impact of project communications, share findings with the team, and adjust communications and communication strategy accordingly.
  • Perform other tasks as requested by the project leadership team


  • Minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in Communications, Public Relations, Journalism, Public Health, or any other related field. Master’s Degree preferred.
  • Minimum of five (5) years of progressive experience in communications in public health, including knowledge and competence in research writing, digital communications, social media management, web content management, and analytics.
  • Competency in Microsoft Office, Publisher, Adobe Acrobat, and other communications software programs.
  • Can show examples of previous communication work implemented for any public health program.
  • Additional professional qualification/certification is advantageous

Application Closing Date
15th December, 2023.

Method of Application
Interested and qualified candidates should forward their CV to:? “Communications Specialist, Abuja”?as the subject of the email.

5.)?Consultant – ZOA International (Abuja (FCT), Borno & Yobe)

Locations:?Abuja (FCT), Borno & Yobe
Starting date: ASAP

ZOA’s Programme in Nigeria

  • ZOA started operation in Nigeria in December 2016 in Borno State, supporting IDPs and returnees who are affected due to insurgencies and natural disasters. In the selection of the beneficiaries, we pay careful attention to including the most vulnerable households.
  • Continuously promoting community governance, inclusion, peace, and stability in these fragmented and traumatized communities is a challenging but essential part of ZOA’s program. ZOA currently has a full team in Borno State, responding to the critical needs in Food Security and livelihood, Water Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH), and Education.

Background / Context

  • Nigerian citizens are confronted with challenges regarding accessing civil, political, economic, social, and cultural rights, right to health, food, water and adequate living standards and universal education. Its population is diverse and accommodating the needs and preferences of its diverse and young population is complex. In this regard, the civil society of Nigeria has played, and continues to play, a crucial role.
  • Yet CSOs are observed to have limitations in effectively contributing to democracy, human rights, and development. One of the main constraints regarding lack of capacity is in digital skills. Furthermore, there is a huge gender gap in digital inclusion in Nigeria. More than 80% of the female youth are not computer literate whereas the same for males is about 20% in the north-west region.
  • Similarly, a study conducted in 2016 by the Centre for Information Technology and Development (CITAD), indicates that 55% of men in northern Nigeria disallow their wives to use the internet, while 61% of fathers discourage their daughters use the internet as well. Furthermore, the debate on the plan to regulate the social media space in Nigeria has been worrisome.
  • Nigeria currently ranks 120th in the 2021 World Press Freedom Index against 115 in the preceding year. Considering these setbacks for the North-eastern Nigerian marginalized and disadvantaged groups there is a great need to galvanize the efforts of CSOs in tackling these challenges by equipping them with unhindered access to digital resources.
  • Yobe has a literacy rate of 7.23%, according to the National Bureau of Statistics. Statistics from the National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA) revealed Northeast Nigeria, particularly Borno State, showed more gaps in digital literacy among women and youths than other states of the region. Interestingly, as of December 2018, the Southwest region had the highest We are here. number of Internet users per region, accounting for 76 percent of the total subscriptions while the Northeast and Northwest regions of the country jointly accounted for 0.62 percent. Thus, there is a profound gap that can be seen in the target areas.
  • The target groups in Borno and Yobe States who are focused on this action, namely targeted CSOs and other grassroots groups, women, hard-to-reach youth, persons with disability, and other marginalized groups, have very poor or no access to digital resources. Due to these reasons, these vulnerable groups are not able to access any of the benefits that are associated with being linked to digital resources which include information sharing, learning, digital marketing, communicating, and their voices being heard.
  • Therefore, they are unable to express their opinions, and preferences, and voice their concerns and the injustices they face; thus, they are effectively cut off from being a part of decision-making processes, systems, and policies that govern their lives.

Scope and Objectives
This research will be conducted to consult with the local community, CSOs, government departments, MNOs and various industry stakeholders to identify specific barriers that women, hard-to-reach youth, and persons with disability face when seeking to access digital platforms. The objectives of this study are to:

  • Explore the limitations in most of the hard-to-reach areas, the critical needs, and opportunities for Community, Private and Public Partnerships (CSPs) given the role mobile telecommunication companies can play in strengthening digital transformation.
  • Analyze gaps existing at the community level in utilizing digital products against the expanding ownership of smartphones and growing utilization of digital financial services.
  • Assist in comprehending the true scale of the digital gender gap that exists in the targeted states.
  • Assess the level of policy domestication at the State Level as well as the LGA level and further investigate the presence and or implementation of localized action plans.
  • Publish the findings from the study and share broadly with stakeholders within and outside the ecosystem.
  • Receive recommendations for formulating policy priorities and advocacy demands for bridging the gaps and overcoming barriers women, hard-to-reach youth and persons with disability encounter to access digital platforms.


  • The process of developing the comprehensive study on the digital gaps due to age, disability, geography, socioeconomic status, discrimination, and migration in Borno and Yobe states will make use of multiple methodologies and techniques and will identify and utilize existing data (studies, evaluations, KAP and other surveys, policy, gender, diversity, educational level, etc.), as well as recommend additional data needed to fill critical gaps.
  • This research will gather data on the digital disposition of women, hard-to-reach youth, and persons with disability in Borno and Yobe states. This data will be used to guide next-steps to gear digital transformation in the two states.
  • A purposive sample will be determined, from the key groups of stakeholders at the national, subnational, and community levels.
  • This will include women, hard-to-reach youths and persons with disability, digital financial institutions, Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs), Mobile Network Operators (MNOs), CSOs, private sectors, media organizations, schools/learning institutions, decisionmakers across Government sectors, business sector, and community leaders and members.
  • This mixed-method assignment will draw data from a pool of stakeholders to provide insight on the digital gaps.

The study will progress through the following three levels:
Phase 1:

  • Desk review, interview with key personnel from ZOA and its partners JDPH and LHI to develop research instruments and submission of the inception report. We are here.

Desk review: The desk review and analysis will include disability surveys, annual reports, and routine statistics from the Nigeria Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA) and other partners, and other surveys, reports from the Government of Nigeria, relevant research, Studies, and analytical work, Reports from Programme Reviews and Evaluations.

  • Inception Report to be submitted on the 30th December, 2023. The inception report will include an analytical framework and a work plan with timelines.
  • This report will be reviewed by ZOA, JDPH LHI, and other agreed stakeholders during a kick-off meeting during the report?s presentation. The report will be finalized with the feedback received during the presentation.
  • Development of research instruments: In-depth interview (IDIs) and Focus Group Discussion (FGD) guides. The draft data collection tools will be pretested before finalization.
  • Meetings with other relevant national stakeholders.

Deliverable 1:

  • Inception report with detailed work plan, tools, and template for final deliverables.

Phase 2: Data collection
The consultant is expected to conduct IDIs and FGDs with key personnel of relevant MDAs, NGOs, CSOs, facilities that provide digital literacy programs, community leaders, schools and private sectors. The consultant is also expected to:

  • Conduct IDI with key stakeholders from the public and private sectors; development partners including ZOA; religious and other community leaders and relevant civil society organizations, to collect relevant quantitative and qualitative data.
  • Conduct FGDs with representatives of Civil Society, women, hard-to-reach youth persons with disabilities and their parents/guardians.
  • Conduct consultations to gather perceptions of the attainment of the rights of women, youths, and persons with disabilities and the barriers and facilitators to the attainment of rights
  • Prepare and submit a progress report by the 20th of January, 2024.

Data Management International Agency / NGO / Multinational Job Vacancies

  • Ensure the absolute safety of all data (No data collected and or reviewed for this study or data to which the consultant is privileged during the time of the study process, as a direct or indirect result of being the consultant for this study, can be shared and or used by the consultant, neither can s/he approve the use of the whole or any part of it, for personal or professional purposes, without approval, in writing, from the providing institution and ZOA).

Deliverable 2:

  • Draft digital gaps report.
  • Draft regional profiles (factsheets) and case studies.
  • Draft PowerPoint presentation.

Phase 3: Data Analysis, sharing of findings, and writing of the report

  • For the qualitative data generated by the conduct of IDIs and FGDs, the grounded theory methodology will be used, involving verbatim transcription, coding of data, development of themes, comparing of themes, and recording of findings based on the analytical and conceptual frameworks for the development of a rights-based, equityfocused study. For the quantitative data, conduct barrier analyses and present them in charts, graphs, and maps, where relevant, with strong evidence of triangulation.
  • Using an analytical framework, undertake the causal analysis, and capacity gap analysis to better understand the causes of digital skills gaps and the determinants that facilitate or hamper the realization of digital skills among women, hard-to-reach youth, and persons with disability in Borno and Yobe states. We are here.
  • The main findings will be presented by the consultant to ZOA and stakeholders from Borno and Yobe states.
  • Bring together CSO network representatives, State Officials, and Federal Government Authorities
  • Liaise with ZOA to organize an interactive platform at the Federal level to discuss findings from the research.
  • Raise awareness on the Federal policies employing a gap analysis lensThe writing of the report should be done in constant communication with ZOA through the ZOA?s digital skills team.
  • The final report will be approved by ZOA.

Deliverable 3:

  • Organizing a final workshop for sharing the findings of the study with relevant stakeholders in coordination with ZOA
  • Final PowerPoint presentation.
  • Provide recommendations through the findings of the study and useful input to develop a zero draft of the domestication action plan (This should be included in the final report)
  • Final study report updated as per input and outcome of the discussions at the final workshop given to stakeholders
  • Generating one leaflet and a short video clip (less than one minute) containing a description of the study, a summary of findings, and recommendations.


Deliverable Main component No of
Inception Report The inception report has to have the following components
Findings from the Desk review; Initial document/data collection, In-
depth document analysis, identification of information gaps, and the
study of primary data and other related studies available relevant to
this study
analytical framework;
Work plan including the field phase where information will be
gathered; data collection schedule;
data collection instruments (FDG, IDI, consent forms, questionnaire,
etc.) and outline of the final report.
Slide presentation of the inception report at a Kick-off meeting with
ZOA and implementing partners to present the inception report and
finalize the inception report
10 30th
Conducting Field
phase and Draft
and PowerPoint
Conduct research as per the field phase and gather primary evidence
with the use of tools and methodology as defined in the inception
Data collection and analysis and initial synthesis.
Drafting of the report;
provide factsheets and case studies to back findings;
program and advocacy strategies; Conduct oral presentation of key
findings. (Findings and provisional recommendations should be
presented using a PowerPoint presentation)
20 20th January,
Report and final
Final report incorporating the comments on the draft report, feedback
from the final workshop
final factsheets and case studies; final PowerPoint presentation,
together with the Executive Summary
30 20th February,

Management and Steering of the Evaluation
The study will be managed by the Project Manager of ZOA who the key contact
person for the study team/individual will be. The progress of the study will be closely
monitored by the assessment Committee of ZOA to ascertain compliance and
effective execution. The main function of the assessment Committee will be:

  • To define and validate the design of the study.
  • To facilitate contacts and services between the study team/ individual and ZOA, its implementing partners, and external stakeholders.
  • To ensure that the study team/ individual has access to and has consulted all relevant information sources and documents related to the Intervention.
  • To discuss and comment on notes and reports delivered by the study team/ individual.
  • To assist in feedback on the findings, conclusions, lessons, and recommendations from the study.
  • To support the organizing of the final workshop for presenting the findings of the study to relevant stakeholders.

Application Closing Date
7th December, 2023.

Method of Application
Interested and qualified candidates should send their Applications which should include the following below in PDF format to:? the Job Title as the subject of the mail.

  • A technical proposal for the assignment
  • A financial proposal for the assignment

Application Instruction

  • The technical proposal should include a detailed methodological proposal, a CV, examples of similar work, and other relevant information to ensure the quality of the presented proposal and minimize the disqualifications.
  • The financial proposal should be a lump sum and should include the consultant?s fee, and all other costs related to the consultancy.


  • Interested teams / individuals are to apply on or before the closing date of the advert.
  • Kindly ensure the application is completed thoroughly and the following is shared with the expression of interest. Successful candidates will be notified by the ZOA Human Resources once the recruitment and selection process is completed.
  • Applications will be considered on a rolling basis.
  • Only selected candidates will be contacted and invited to participate in the process of recruitment.
  • Documents that do not match the profile above will not be considered. Please note that, as part of its recruitment process, ZOA carries out background checks for successful candidates.

6.)?Country Programme Manager – CBM Global Disability Inclusion

Employment Type: Full time
Department: Country Office Nigeria
This post will report to: The Country Director

Job Overview

  • The Country Programme Manager is responsible and accountable for the programme components of CBM Global?s Country Plan.
  • As the leader of the Programme team in country, this is a central and strategic role. Success requires working in close collaboration with partners, Technical and Member Teams to develop, win support for and ensure effective delivery of a growing portfolio of programme work, across all three vehicles of change detailed in the organisation?s programmatic strategy.
  • S/he will ensure high standards, in line with our Programme Quality Framework and the development and maintenance of effective and authentic partnerships in line with our Approach to Partnership.
  • S/he will establish strong capacity in all aspects of the project cycle: project design, proposal development, effective project implementation, monitoring, evaluation and learning within CBM Global?s Country Office and partners.
  • Based: We welcome applications from those who live and have the right to work in Abuja, Nigeria Hours: Permanent, full-time

Responsibilities and Duties

  • As a member of the Country Programme Senior Management Team, support the Country Director with the overall leadership of the Country Programme.
  • Provide programmatic leadership in the development and implementation of the Country Plan.
  • Lead the Programmes team within the country Team. Clearly articulate a compelling vision and direction for the team. Inspire and direct the team towards achieving this vision. Build team performance through management, coaching and mentoring.
  • Build and maintain authentic partnerships with stakeholders, in particular with the disability movement, ensuring our work reflects and is responsive to the needs of people with disabilities. Foster a model and approach to partnership that aligns with and supports our partnership principles.
  • Working with partners, Technical and Member Teams, lead the development of a coherent and balanced portfolio of programme work, across all vehicles of change detailed in CBM Global?s programmatic strategy. Champion an approach that embraces CBM Global?s operating model; programme quality framework; and partnership with the disability movement.
  • Identify funding opportunities for CBM Global?s work. Actively support fundraising and cost recovery and raise funds from in-country sources.
  • Work with and support partners to ensure effective and timely delivery of projects in line with required standards, objectives, activity plans, budgets and compliance requirements. Ensure project reporting requirements are met in line with CBM Global and donor requirements, standards and timelines.
  • Foster a culture of learning and accountability by promoting the inclusion of good monitoring, evaluation, feedback and learning practices within projects. Support learning dissemination, and documentation of good practice cases.
  • Support the Finance Manager to ensure that programme and financial aspects of project design, budgeting and implementation go together.
  • Monitor in-country calls for proposals from institutional donors and support the Country Director in building focused relationships with representatives of such donors and other NGOs with whom CBM Global can collaborate.
  • Advocate, champion and model disability inclusion to promote inclusion of people with disabilities in their communities and in all aspects of society.
  • Ensure that all children and adults who come into contact with CBM Global?s programmes, are safeguarded to the greatest extent possible. Comply with all aspects of the CBM Global Safeguarding policy and associated standards and procedures.

Safeguarding Responsibilities:

  • Understands what safeguarding means for the teams / departments they manage and the work they do. Understands power imbalances and ways in which team/organisational culture may be reinforcing negative stereotypes and biases, and the impact of these dynamics on the vulnerable and marginalised.

Skills: International Agency / NGO / Multinational Job Vacancies?

  • Leads teams to develop the necessary skills and expertise to undertake their roles and responsibilities for safeguarding.
  • Explicitly and visibly challenges power imbalances, inequalities, gender bias and discrimination in organisational systems and processes.
  • Leads on organisational change within their teams to embed safeguarding in their work and processes.
  • Develops indicators and frameworks for measuring how well teams are delivering on roles and responsibilities for safeguarding.
  • Creates organisational mechanisms which strengthen accountability to communities, Members and donors on safeguarding.


  • Holds teams accountable for delivering on safeguarding standards. Articulates and promotes the strategic importance of safeguarding in all aspects of the organisation?s work.
  • Demonstrates leadership in ensuring that staff, programmes and operations are safe for all programme participants, staff and volunteers. Key outcomes expected from this role
  • A coherent, balanced and growing portfolio of programmes, aligned to the country plan and organisation programmatic strategy that is developed and delivered to an exemplary standard, achieving agreed outcomes and impact.
  • A high performing, well organised and agile programmes team with a culture that reflects CBM Global?s values and champions the foundation principles detailed in the Operating Model.
  • Authentic and effective partnerships, developed and maintained in line with CBM Global?s approach to partnership.
  • Compliance with CBM Global procedures and standards relating to project design, implementation, monitoring, reporting, evaluation and learning.
  • CBM Global and its work with partners is recognised as a driving force for promoting the inclusion of people with disabilities in their communities and in all aspects of society.


  • Relevant University Degrees in Social Sciences, International Development or related fields, or equivalent experience. International Agency / NGO / Multinational Job Vacancies?


  • Professional experience in a national or international NGO with a minimum of 3 years at senior level, with a track record in successfully developing and delivering an overall programmatic strategy ? with an appropriate portfolio of projects/programmes and partnerships.
  • Proven experience successfully leading and managing a programmes team and of ensuring good collaboration and coordination between the programmes team and other teams within the organisation (e.g. Finance team)
  • Experience and a track record in developing and managing large scale inclusive development and/or humanitarian programmes in collaboration with national partners, including consortium led projects.
  • Experience and a track record of identifying fundraising opportunities; successfully securing grants from donor organisations and of building productive relationships with donors.
  • Thorough understanding and proven experience in results-based management and project cycle management, including project assessment and design; all aspects of poroject planning; logframes, monitoring and evaluation; budgeting and programme finance management.
  • Demonstrated experience in managing internal and external relationships and partnerships particularly with national / local governments.
  • Experience in working with various government/bi-lateral/major institutional donors.
  • Strong experience in all aspects of programmes related compliance and procedures and of achieving high operational standards across the team and with partners.

Skills / competencies / personal qualities:

  • Outstanding interpersonal, relationship building and employee coaching skills.
  • Strong planning and organisation skills with a methodical and structured approach
  • Excellent project management skills, with a strong ability to organise and coordinate the timely delivery of complex tasks and projects.
  • Attention to detail, strong completer finisher, diligent, persistent with a can-do, positive attitude.
  • Skilled in building collaborative relationships with partners and stakeholders, internal and external.
  • A self-starter. Proactive, resourceful and entrepreneurial.
  • Ability to demonstrate focus and decisiveness.
  • Passionate about effecting change at a global level for and alongside people with disabilities and their communities, with a deep commitment to the vision of CBM Global and sympathetic to our Christian values.
  • English (professional proficiency), and local language (professional proficiency as relevant).
  • Lived experience of disability and knowledge of disability issues an advantage.

Salary range
The salary offered will be competitive, dependent on skills and experience. We offer a local contract.

Employee Benefits:

  • We offer flexible working arrangements.
  • As part of our commitment with inclusion, CBM Global aims to encourage applications from people with disabilities and those with health conditions. We have a comprehensive equality and diversity policy.

Application Closing Date
31st December, 2023.

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

7.)?State Project Manager – Malaria Consortium

Employment Type: Full-time International Agency / NGO / Multinational Job Vacancies?

Job Purpose

  • The Project Manager will be responsible for the overall management, coordination, and harmonization of the Nigeria component of this multi-country multi-donor project.
  • Lead project implementation activities ensuring consistency with the overall multi-country program?s performance framework, and in line with Malaria Consortium?s core values.
  • S/he will lead the project team in the states and liaise closely with the Senior Project Manager, keeping the Project Director in the loop.

Key Accountabilities
Project Management (60%):

  • Work with the program team and other relevant personnel in the country office to lead activities for smooth project start-up and planning in line with the SMC Malaria Project Implementation Plan.
  • Work with the relevant personnel to prepare all necessary project start-up and planning tools on time.
  • To build and performance manage an effective and technically unsurpassed SMC project team in their states.
  • Work directly with the SPM and be responsible for coordinating overall project implementation in the states and see that activities are carried out on time and within budget.
  • Liaise regularly with the SPM to provide timely and comprehensive updates and reports as required.
  • Liaise with other partners relevant for successful SMC malaria implementation in the state.
  • Line manages an effective and technically sound SMC project team in the state.
  • Liaise with state stakeholders to get their buy-in and ensure effective implementation of SMC activities in the state.
  • Ensure the mass drug distribution campaign is carried out according to guidelines and in compliance to donor funding requirements.
  • Organize and participate in the training of State, LGA and community volunteers’ teams involved in the distribution activities.
  • Participate in the state and LGA level microplanning meetings for the distribution activities.
  • Be responsible for timely financial accountability for any disbursed funds for project activities in the state.
  • Support SMOH to develop SMC scale ? up plan especially in the period after the project period.
  • Duty of care on all campaign personnel.
  • Work with the project team to develop and implement annual work plans.
  • Work closely with the SPM to prepare the programme monitoring and evaluation plan in conjunction with the Project M&E Manager. Work with the project team to implement it.
  • Work with the country finance team and project finance associate to prepare and track progress of project and activity budgets.
  • Be responsible for zonal project budget management and reporting.
  • Be responsible for preparing project progress report, which is submitted to the SPM and regional programme director quarterly, including narrative reports on a timely basis.
  • Work with finance team and SPM to prepare quarterly financial reports.
  • Work with the relevant country personnel and the SPM to prepare an exit strategy and to implement it, to see to the smooth end of the programme.
  • Coordinate with other donors and implementers to ensure complementarity of implementation of the SMC malaria project in project states by leveraging resources and harmonizing efforts where possible.
  • Work with the Country Communication Manager, the Country Technical Coordinator, SPM, for social mobilization to see that a programme communications strategy is developed and implemented.
  • Coordinate the documentation of SMC supported activities in form of activity-specific reports and ensure proper archiving of such for easy access and reference.
  • Contribute to SMC coordination meetings in form of progress updates and power point presentations.
  • Be responsible for quarterly lessons identification and learning documentation and dissemination.
  • Be responsible for building functional partner relationships among the project?s stakeholders.
  • Oversee project partners inputs and subcontractors? activities to deliver harmonized, aligned and effective outputs.
  • Manage risks to Malaria Consortium including financial, reputation and security in a challenging environment.

Technical contributions (10%): International Agency / NGO / Multinational Job Vacancies?

  • Work with the project teams, SPM and the Country Technical Coordinator to determine technical support needs to implement the project effectively and with high quality. Liaise with the Country Technical Coordinator to obtain regional or global technical support.
  • Contribute to the development and production of dissemination documents to allow wider sharing of Malaria Consortium?s experiences, lessons and successes.

Technical performance management and Quality Assurance (20%):

  • Take the lead in monitoring and evaluating project performance.
  • Keep abreast with evidence and best practices that are related to the project.

Representation (10%):

  • Work with the Country Director, Country Technical Coordinator and SPM to participate in national level meetings and workshops to represent Malaria Consortium at programmatic and coordination events,
  • Work with the Country Director, Country Technical Coordinator and SPM to keep key national stakeholders abreast with the project.
  • To exert influence and to advocate for Malaria Consortium?s key technical positions and promote best practice in SMC interventions.

Qualifications and Experience

  • Postgraduate or Master?s Degree in Public Health, Health Policy, Epidemiology or another relevant specialty is a minimum requirement.
  • Extensive experience of working at national or state level in developing countries.
  • Excellent project planning, management and monitoring & evaluation skills.
  • Experience managing project budgets.
  • Proven leadership skills and team leading.
  • Experience in advocacy and policy influencing.
  • Excellent written and spoken English.
  • Experience on SMC-supported project.
  • Advance knowledge of Microsoft Office.

Work-based Skills and Competencies:

  • Proof of strong interpersonal and negotiating skills
  • Experience in using participatory adult learning techniques and previous experience in mass drug distribution campaign activities.
  • Excellent report writing and presentation skills are also needed.
  • Understanding of public health issues in Nigeria

Application Closing Date
11th?December, 2023.

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

8.) Data Analytics and Visualization Program Associate – John Snow Incorporated (JSI)



  • Immunization is one of the most successful and cost-effective public health initiatives that prevents deaths every year. Although the routine immunization coverage rates in Nigeria have progressed 33% in 2017?to 57% in 2021, coverage rates still fall below the Global Vaccine Action Plan (GVAP) target of at least 90% coverage for the proxy antigen (Penta 3). A recent WHO report revealed an estimated 6.2 million children missed out on receiving first dose of DTP containing vaccine from 2019 to 2022.
  • This was further exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic which disrupted immunization services and availability by hindering RI supply chain and elevating economic hardships to access services. Surveys have revealed high zero-dose children living in missed communities located in rural, urban slums and conflict affected areas.
  • To expedite progress, the National Emergency Routine Immunization Coordination Centre was established in 2017, focusing on implementing strategic interventions towards improving immunization coverage.?Furthermore, Nigeria launched the Strategy for Immunization and Primary Healthcare System Strengthening in 2018 which aims to establish a transition plan from Gavi financing by 2028 further strengthening the system.

Project Background

  • Nigeria and 10 other countries accounted for 11 million of the zero dose population in 2021. Out of the 100 priority LGAs recommended with the highest zero children, Alimosho Local Government Area (LGA) in Lagos State, had the highest number with over 35,000 zero-dose children.
  • To reach these zero dose eligible children, the government of Nigeria through the National Primary Healthcare Development Agency (NPHCDA), in collaboration with the World Health Organization (WHO) and its partners, including Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance is intensifying various strategies to optimize ?Big Catch-up campaign? to improve vaccination coverage across the country.
  • These strategies include a recovery plan which involves implementation of periodic intensification of routine immunization (PIRI) activities to provide every eligible individual with an?opportunity to receive routine immunization.
  • USAID Nigeria, through the M-RITE project, aims to strengthen the RI program and address barriers to reaching zero-dose and under-immunized children with vaccines and other health services. In this project, M-RITE Nigeria will be supporting the GON with context specific strategies that identify, reach, monitor, measure and advocate for zero dose and under-immunized children in six prioritized zero dose LGAs in Jigawa and two in Lagos.
  • It is also a deliberate and coordinated approach that would ultimately lead to health systems strengthening, targeting both public and private facilities with capacity.

Position Summary?

  • The Data Analytics and Visualization Program Associate is responsible for designing and implementing a strategic vision for electronic systems to analyze, report, visualize, and disseminate program data.
  • S/he will work closely with the Senior MEAL Advisor and project team to implement innovative data visualization tools tailored to country-specific needs.

Major Accountabilities

  • Working in close coordination with the Senior MEAL Advisor and other technical leads, manages the development and execution of a roadmap for new and/or existing applications or initiatives to support data management, analysis, visualization, and use.
  • Oversees the creation and dissemination of analytic tools including user-friendly front-end interfaces, automated routinely generated reports, queries, and analytic datasets to the project team, the donor, ministries of health (MOH), and key stakeholders.
  • Advises on data management systems security and compliance with national guidelines.
  • Leads efforts to develop robust, user-friendly, high-quality interfaces for data visualization.
  • Supports increased data use across the project for program monitoring and evaluation.
  • Supports preparation of regular and ad hoc data products.
  • Collaborates with and supports requests to examine data in key content areas.
  • Lead analysis for program M&E using routinely collected service delivery data.
  • Generate summary reports for reporting and program M&E.
  • Develop a curriculum and implement analysis training(s) for MRITE staff and partners.
  • Oversees the creation and maintenance of codebooks, user guides, documentation, and standard operating procedures (SOPs) as needed for project strategic information (SI) systems.
  • Proactively maintains knowledge of recent developments such as ?big data? analytics applications and data visualization.
  • Perform other related duties as required.


  • A First Degree in Public Health, Demography, Statistics, Computer Science, Information Management, or a related discipline. An advanced degree is an added advantage.

Experience, Skills, and Qualifications:

  • 2-4 years of experience managing and analyzing large data sets and experience with advanced statistical analysis.
  • Demonstrated experience working with SPSS, SQL, STATA, and Microsoft Office Applications.
  • Demonstrated experience working with Geo-special analysis tools, e.g. QGIS, and ArcGIS.
  • Demonstrated experience with Thinkcell, PowerBi or Tableau.
  • Experience in the design, implementation, and management of health monitoring and evaluation systems in low-resource settings.
  • Excellent English verbal and written communication skills.

JSI offers competitive salary and benefits. International Agency / NGO / Multinational Job Vacancies?

Application Closing Date
10th December, 2023.

How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should send their Applications to:? “Program Associate, Data Analytics and Visualization Abuja” as the subject of the email.


  • Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.
  • Interviews will be conducted on a rolling basis.
  • Only shortlisted candidates will be notified.
  • JSI is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer committed to workplace diversity.
  • We are committed to providing equal employment opportunities for all qualified applicants and employees without regard to age, race, color, national origin, ancestry, creed, religion, gender, disability, marital status, gender identity, sexual orientation, sexual preference, genetic information, political affiliation, or protected veteran status in any employment decisions.
  • Women are encouraged to apply

9.) Cloud Security Engineer & GRC – Development Alternatives Incorporated (DAI)

Employment Type: Full-time

Job Description

  • We are seeking a Security Engineer to join our fast-paced team building the latest innovative and disruptive technology solution.
  • We are looking for an experienced Cloud Security Engineer to join our team.
  • In this role, you will be responsible for securing our AWS cloud infrastructure and ensuring compliance with security standards and regulations.
  • The role requires hands-on technical experience and a can-do approach toward environment automation/management and continuous improvement.
  • We want people who can solve challenging problems, make a real impact, and build something big.
  • If you have the right skills and are passionate about technology, you should join us.
  • As a Cloud Security Engineer and GRC, you will work independently to build next-generation applications that are efficient & reusable.

Key Responsibilities / Duties

  • Design and implement security controls, policies, and procedures for the AWS environment
  • Perform risk assessments of AWS workloads and identify potential vulnerabilities
  • Monitor AWS infrastructure for security threats, anomalies, and incidents
  • Investigate and remediate security issues identified in the AWS environment
  • Conduct security audits and ensure continuous compliance with regulations such as PCI DSS, NDPR, ISO 27001, etc.
  • Develop and maintain GRC policies, procedures, technical controls, and documentation
  • Provide guidance and thought leadership on cloud security best practices
  • Collaborate with development teams to ensure security is built into AWS applications
  • Stay up-to-date on AWS security features, vulnerabilities, and threat intelligence


  • B.Sc Degree in Computer Science, Information Security or related field
  • 5+ years of experience in cloud security, with expertise in AWS security
  • In-depth knowledge of AWS security services like IAM, VPC, CloudTrail, GuardDuty, Site2Site VPN etc.
  • Hands-on experience with vulnerability assessment, penetration testing, and security monitoring
  • Experience with compliance regulations such as PCI DSS, NDPR, ISO 27001, etc.
  • Scripting skills for automation of AWS security tasks
  • Promote DevSecOps culture through security automation, threat modeling, and training
  • Develop and implement security testing pipelines for CI/CD
  • Strong understanding of web application and API security principles
  • Ability to communicate complex security topics to both technical and non-technical audiences
  • Comfortable working remotely.

Qualifications and Additional Desired Skills:

  • Bachelor?s or Master?s Degree in Computer Science or other similar fields from a premier institute
  • Familiarity with at least one versioning tools: Synk, Gitlab, SVN
  • Being able to work autonomously and aptitude to learn new technologies independently
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment
  • Excellent communication skills to collaborate with stakeholders in engineering, data science, and product team
  • AWS Security certifications such as AWS Certified Security – Specialty
  • Certifications like CISSP, CISA, CEH, OSCP, GWAPT would be a bonus.


  • Competitive salary
  • Annual training allowance
  • Work Tool + Internet Allowance
  • Paid Time Off (20 days plus national holidays)
  • Health Insurance
  • Flexible work opportunities
  • Group Life Insurance
  • Parental Leave.

Application Closing Date
Not Specified.

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

10.)?Administrative and Finance Associate at the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC)

Location:?Abuja, Nigeria
Job Schedule: Full time
Grade: SB3
Vacancy Type: Service Contract Holders
Practice Area: Effectiveness
Bureau: Regional Bureau for Africa
Contract Duration: 1 Year with Possibility for extension

Job Description

  • The incumbent will work under the direct supervision of the Project Coordinator and under the overall guidance of CONIG lead staff in charge of financial, budgetary and administrative support services.

Duties And Responsibilities
The incumbent will carry out the following tasks:

Lead and provide financial and budgetary management support for the project:

  • Prepare budget estimates, expenditure estimates, financial reports, etc.
  • Undertake finance business process mapping and ensure proper accounting for project expenditures.
  • Assist with the monitoring of expenditures to ensure they remain within authorized levels.
  • Assist in ensuring accurate and complete accounting and reporting of project expenditures.
  • Adapt and implement processes and procedures to ensure full compliance with UN, UNODC and UNDP rules, regulations, financial records, reports, audit requirements, and internal control.
  • Coordinate closely with concerned counterpart colleagues in CONIG, UNDP and UNODC/UNOV.
  • Lead and carry out procurement and other assigned administrative functions for the project:
  • Take the lead for and prepare procurement plans and ensure their timely implementation.
  • Assist in proper assets management, monitoring, recording and disposal, in preparing Receipt and Inspection (R & I) reports for submission to relevant procurement units and auditing missions.
  • Adapt and implement processes and procedures to ensure full compliance with UN, UNODC and UNDP rules, regulations, financial records, reports, audit requirements, and internal control.
  • Coordinate closely with concerned counterpart colleagues in CONIG, UNDP and UNODC/UNOV.
  • Advise and make arrangements for shipment and receipt of office and project supplies and equipment and household effects; including customs clearance.
  • Provide advice and assist staff members and their dependants by processing requests for visas, identity cards, driving licenses and other necessary personnel-related documents in accordance with the requirements of the United Nations and the country of the duty station location.
  • Provide backstopping in leading and providing operational, organizational and logistical support to the project:
  • Work closely with the lead Programme Assistant of the project, support work in this area and serve as back-up as needed.
  • Provide operational, organizational and logistical support for project activities as needed and assigned.
  • Perform other duties as required, such as general correspondence, attend meetings and prepare minutes of meetings, etc.

Required Skills and Experience:

  • Secondary education with a recognized professional certificate in personnel administration, account/finance or related fields may be considered.
  • University Degree in Business or Public Administration, Personnel Administration, Social Sciences or related field is desirable.


  • A minimum of six (6) years of progressively responsible professional experience in financial and budgetary management support and in providing administrative assistance for project implementation and management preferably in a civil service, NGO, or international organisation environment.
  • Computer literacy, specifically advanced skills in MS Office Suite.
  • Work experience in the United Nations System would be an asset.


  • Professionalism: Expertise in budgetary and financial management including knowledge of the financial rules and regulations of the United Nations as well as familiarity with UN policies and procedures as they relate to programme budgeting and financial administration; knowledge of project administration and organization including demonstrated professional competence and mastery of administrative processes; ability to perform a range of administrative functions, including event planning and organizing and human resources administration; ability to map out potential risks and make contingencies, as required. Shows pride in work and achievements; is conscientious and efficient in meeting commitments, observing deadlines and achieving results; is motivated by professional rather than personal concerns; shows persistence when faced with difficult problems or challenges; and demonstrable commitment to the values of the United Nations, particularly integrity in daily activities and behaviors.
  • Accountability: Takes ownership of responsibilities and honours commitments; delivers outputs for which one has responsibility within prescribed time, cost, and quality standards; operates in compliance with organizational regulations and rules; takes responsibility for delegated assignments; takes personal responsibility for his/her own shortcomings and those of the work unit, where applicable.
  • Client Orientation: Considers all those to whom services are provided to be ?clients? and seeks to see things from clients? point of view; establishes and maintains productive partnerships with clients by gaining their trust and respect; identifies clients? needs and matches them to appropriate solutions; monitors ongoing developments inside and outside the clients? environment to keep informed and anticipate problems; keeps clients informed of progress or setbacks in projects; meets timeline for delivery of products or services to clients.
  • Teamwork: Proven interpersonal skills and the ability to establish and maintain effective working relations with people in a multi-cultural, multi-ethnic environment with sensitivity and respect for diversity. Works collaboratively with colleagues within and outside of UNODC to achieve organizational goals; solicits input by genuinely valuing others? ideas and expertise; is willing to learn from others; places team agenda before personal agenda; supports and acts in accordance with final group decision, even when such decisions may not entirely reflect own position; shares credit for team accomplishments and accepts joint responsibility for team shortcomings.
  • Planning & Organizing: Able to establish priorities and to plan, coordinate and monitor work while prioritizing competing demands; able to work on tight deadlines; knowledge on how to develop clear goals that are consistent with agreed strategies; foresees risks and allows for contingencies when planning; monitors and adjusts plans and projects as necessary; uses time efficiently.

Application Closing Date
15th December, 2023.

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



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