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Action Against Hunger Recruitment 2019/2020 : This is to inform you that Action Against Hunger | ACF-International is recruiting suitably qualified candidates to fill the following positions listed below.

This page will guide you on latest information about how to apply for Action Against Hunger job offers in Nigeria for graduate and undergraduate. In this article, you’ll learn about the company description, application skills, requirements and qualifications. Interested applicant should follow the lead outline below for successful application.

Action Against Hunger has been undergoing massive recruitment intake annually for the past years. We’ve received numerous requests by aspirants on various platforms yearning for legit information about the Action Against Hunger Application form and guidelines for 2019-2020. Many applicants have been asking us questions like;

Keep reading this article as you will find answers to the above queries.

Action Against Hunger Recruitment 2019/2020 

Action Against Hunger works to save lives by combating hunger and diseases that threaten the lives of vulnerable communities, through nutrition, food security, water and sanitation, health and advocacy.

We are recruiting to fill the following positions below:

WASH Behavioral Change Communication (BCC) Officer at Action Against Hunger | ACF-International

Job Title: WASH Behavioral Change Communication (BCC) Officer

Location: Bade, Yobe
Starting Date: As Soon As Possible
Direct Line Manager: WASH Sector Manager

Objective 1

  • Development of behaviour change communication for hygiene and sanitation Strategies, tools and activities for WASH programmes

Tasks and Responsibilities:

  • In coordination with Sector Manager, based on the project proposal and LFA, define the list of behaviours to be promoted through the project and the audience audiences to be targeted.
  • In coordination with Sector Manager, based on secondary data, survey results and observation evaluate the level of practice of the behaviors for each audience.
  • In condition with Sector Manager, identify main gaps in term of practice adoption in order to set priorities.
  • Ensure that formation research activities (ex: BA, FGB, interviews, PRA tools or case study.) are conducted understand why behaviors are not being adopted and to inform activity content, Tools/IEC and approach design, within the general guidance given by the proposal.
  • Ensure that the content and the key hygiene messages are coherent with nutrition and health promotion recommendations (IYCF in particular), integrate nutrition key messages within WASH activities when relevant.
  • Based on formative research results, set specific BCC goals (possible to use DBC/bridge to the activity or other BCC methodologies).
  • Develop a curriculum of activity and communication tools to achieve the BCC goals and address important determinants of behaviour change identified in the formative research.
  • Assess available mass media available for BCC (ex: radio, theatre, social media…) and propose a selection of relevant ones to develop initiatives through media. According to audience preference and access to these media and budget constraint.
  • Develop training curriculum and materials to train hygiene promoter, volunteers, partners on the new tools and BCC strategy produced.
  • Ensure supervision of quality of activity delivery to beneficiaries and provide constructive feedback to facilitators.
  • Ensure that all monitoring is done in line with the agreed monitoring format.
  • Continually assess emergency needs, as requested, especially taking in the broader perspective of public health.
  • Ensure that work meets with SPHERE minimum standards.
  • Assist the WASH Sector Manager with, and where required participate in community mobilization.
  • Ensure that all technical work reflects the needs and preferences of different target groups.

Objective 2

  • Train and build the capacity of staffs and partners.

Tasks and Responsibilities:

  • Ensure training of facilitators and hygiene promoters and volunteers on the content and communication skill to deliver the activity or curriculum design (directly or through cascade training).
  • Ensure constant coaching/training and supervision on facilitation skills of facilitators
  • Identify needs for training

Objective 3

  • Coordinate with internal staff and local stakeholders to ensure smooth project implementation.

Tasks and Responsibilities:

  • Liaise closely with the WASH Sector Manager throughout the planning, design and implementation stages of WASH technical activities.
  • Represent AAH at local level WASH meetings and technical working groups relating to BCC and hygiene and sanitation promotion.
  • Collaborate closely with nutrition, health and FSSL teams to create a coherent and unified communication for the organization.

Objective 4

  • Supervise and manage staffs under your responsibility.

Tasks and Responsibilities:

  • Participate in staff’s recruitment in line with agreed organogram structure.
  • Provide day-to-day management of staff directly under your responsibility.
  • Set objectives with staff under your direct management, and appraise their performance in accordance with AAH performance management policies, identifying areas where they require support and capacity building.
  • Ensure that your team co-ordinate and integrate with WASH technical team members.
  • Ensure that specific gender needs are taken into account and staffs of all gender, religion or origin are being treated with equal respect.
  • Promote AAH values and principles.
  • Report regularly, verbally and in writing, to the WASH Program Manager

Internal & External Relationship
Internal:

  • WASH sector manager: Technical hierarchal relationship- exchange of information, collaboration and coordination.
  • WASH officer/Assistants- collaborate to ensure the exchange of information, collaboration and coordination.
  • Other project teams: collaborate to ensure the exchange of information, collaboration and coordination.

External:

  • Local government and non-governmental partners: exchange of information, coordination, training, supervision, influence of choice of technical options.
  • Local representatives of international aid organization: exchange of information.

Reporting Responsibilities

  • Monthly field activity report
  • Weekly to project sitrep
  • Monthly cash forecast.

Position Requirements

  • Degree/HND in Public Health, Environmental Health, Sociology, Rural Development and any other related field with Public Health promotion experience of 2 years.

Skills & Experience
Essential:

  • Previous experience in supervising hygiene promotion activities and BCC.
  • Experience in conducting formative research (BA, FGD, PRA tools and qualitative interview, etc.)
  • Professional, good organizational capacity, motivated, open, creative, mature, responsible, flexible and culturally sensitive.
  • Three years of relevant experience
  • Microsoft office software skills (outlook, Excel, Power point, word)
  • Willing and able to be based and travel regularly remote areas where services are limited.
  • Fluently in Hausa and English – oral, written, and at least basic of Kanuri language.
  • Commitment to Action Against Hunger(AAH) missions values and policy.

Preferred:

  • Previous experience of Works in the humanitarian sector.
  • Good knowledge of the intervention area.
  • Previous experience with AAH
  • Previous donor programming experience (e.g. GAC, ECHO, USAID, DFID, SDC, CIDA).

Remuneration
Minimum Monthly Basic Salary: N235,585 per month.

Application Closing Date
11th September, 2019.

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

Note: Qualified women are strongly encouraged to apply.

Community Mobilization Assistant at Action Against Hunger | ACF-International

Job Title: Community Mobilization Assistant

Location: Damaturu, Yobe
Starting date: As soon as possible
Direct Line Manager: WASH Officer

Objective 1

  • Support the WASH Officer to carry out Needs Assessment on WASH Activities at the LGA and Community Level.

Tasks & Responsibilities:

  • CLTS Communities Identification Need Assessment and Selection.
  • Site Identification for emergency Latrine construction.
  • Site Identification for VIP Latrine construction at facilities.
  • Communities Identification, Assessments and selection for Hygiene Promotion.

Objective 2

  • Providing support and supervision on WASH community mobilization activities at the LGA and community level.

Tasks & Responsibilities:

  • Conducting direct sensitization meeting with community Leaders, Village Head, volunteers and caregivers in Communities within the LGA catchment areas to communicate details of AAH program activities with a specific focus on WASH.
  • Implementation of communities’ hygiene promotion and sanitation sensitization using CLTS, PHAST and CHAST approach through regular contract and exchange and facilitating Community level planning and decision-making processes.
  • Ensuring good condition between SMOH/LGA Health staff, Cvs and Water Users committee.

Objective 3

  • Assist the WASH Officer in context assessment and developing materials for Hygiene promotion.

Tasks & Responsibilities:

  • Assist the WASH officer in conducting home visits and to the community (school, Health facilities, etc.) to identify gaps in term Hygiene, sanitation and use of water.
  • Assist the WASH officer in preparing training modules for the promotion of Hygiene in the communities ;
  • Assist the WASH officer in developing teaching tools adapted to different audiences: song, role play, games, meeting, and training course.
  • Assist identify targeted partners within the communities: school, Hospital, clinic, etc

Internal & External Relationship
Internal:

  • WASH Officer: Technical hierarchical relationship – exchange of information, collaboration, coordination

External:

  • Local governmental and non-governmental partners: As directed by WASH Officer exchange of information, coordination, training, assessment of  technical feasibilities
  • Local representatives of international aid organisations: As directed by the WASH Officer exchange of information.

Reporting Responsibilities

  • Weekly plan and report against the plan
  • Monthly field activity report.

Qualifications

  • Minimum of a National Diploma in Health, Hygiene and Sanitation field, or 1 experience on related field.

Skills & Experience
Essential:

  • Previous experience in hygiene promotion and community mobilization
  • Motivated, open, creative, mature, responsible, flexible,
  • Two years relevant work experience
  • Willing and able to be based and travel regularly within remote areas, where services are limited.
  • Fluency in Kanuri
  • Commitment to AAH  mission, values and policy.

Preferred:

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  • Previous experience of work in the humanitarian sector
  • Good knowledge of the intervention area/s and local economy
  • Previous experience with AAH.

Remuneration
Minimum Monthly Basic Salary: N109,897 per month.

Application Closing Date
11th September, 2019.

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

Note: Qualified women are strongly encouraged to apply.

Knowledge Management Officer at Action Against Hunger | ACF-International

Job Title: Knowledge Management Officer

Location:  Damaturu, Yobe State
Starting date: As Soon As Possible
Direct Line Manager: Project Manager

Objective 1

  • To lead the process of filing, archiving and dissemination of grant management documents in line with the Action Against Hunger Nigeria Mission and donor requirements

Tasks and Responsibilities:

  • To be the focal point for project staff seeking grant management documents and ensure timely and effective responses to inquiries for grant documents;
  • Ensure comprehensive grant files are maintained up to date and are available for use in both hard and soft copy (proposals, contracts, amendments, internal and donor reports, assessments, evaluations etc.)
  • Work collaboratively with program staff to identify, and prioritize types of knowledge to develop and capture;
  • Maintain processes to ensure knowledge management efforts are centralized and inform decision making especially program design;
  • Support documentation of lessons learnt, best practices and proven innovations in programme design, implementation, monitoring and reporting to improve program design and implementation strategy;
  • Create a culture of sharing this knowledge among staff, community partners and opinion leaders, and peers;
  • Gather and archive all means of verification identified for various activities across different projects/programs;
  • Following the archiving plan, store/record all grant documents in soft and hard; update the archive and share documents with relevant people on regular basis, ensuring everyone has the right and up to date versions;
  • Monitor and disseminate regular sources of internal and external information and data and knowledge products with relevant staff members;
  • Support with audit preparations by ensuring up to date archiving and availability of required documents;
  • Consolidate and communicate case/success stories;
  • Identify and recommend ways to create, share and utilize knowledge within the organization to contribute to a culture of knowledge sharing among cross-departmental teams to ‘institutionalize’ best practices.

Objective 2

  • To support the Sector Manager in the development and submission of high quality internal and external reports, in line with the Action Against Hunger Nigeria Mission as well as donor requirements

Tasks and Responsibilities:

  • Provide support to ensure that internal and donor timelines and deadlines are monitored, managed and met, as required by the line manager, and reporting mechanisms are strengthened;
  • Completion of quantitative and qualitative Activity Progress Reports (APRs) together with the project team on a monthly basis and ensure they are ready on time for validation and further dissemination.
  • In collaboration with the Project Manager, set team (Sector Managers, Officers) internal deadlines for providing their inputs to the report and monitor/record achievement versus deadlines.

Objective 3

  • To support internal coordination and communication within the Action Against Hunger Nigeria mission and effective project implementation

Tasks and Responsibilities:

  • Update the Detailed Implementation Plan (DIP) on a weekly basis together with the project team;
  • Extract from HR, Logistics and Finance follow up tools the information relevant to the project(s) for consumption by Project teams and senior management team to ease decision and prioritization process.
  • Support the Grants and Reporting Manager in grant opening, review, and closing meetings, including attendance and minutes of meetings;
  • Minute regularly internal coordination meetings (weekly coordination meeting, monthly, coordination meetings, kick-off meeting etc.);
  • Minute external grant opening meetings, external stakeholders including meetings with community members and government stakeholder;
  • Provide support to program staff to develop presentations and other communication and visibility items to highlight our work and share with internal and external stakeholders and meet project requirements;
  • Facilitate the dissemination of specific information and documents, as and when required;
  • Provide the required support for donor visits and external evaluations, when required;
  • Coordination with country, regional and field offices to collect and disseminate vital grant management documents to make better use of information.

Internal & External Relationships
Internal:

  • Direct Line Manager: Project Manager
  • Technical Line Manager: Grants & Compliance Manager
  • Abuja Coordination Team: Exchange of information; collaboration and coordination
  • Regional Coordination Team, Area Cos, Senior PMs, Area Managers, Sector Managers and Teams: Exchange of information; collaboration and coordination

External:

  • Representation with organizational partners, benefitting communities and donors

Qualifications

  • University degree in the relevant field (Fundraising, Public Relations, Communications, Development, Humanitarian Aid, International Relations); Master’s degree preferred;
  • At least two years of experience working in relief or development programs.

Skills & Experience
Essential:

  • Previous successful experience of working on humanitarian and development projects ;
  • Knowledge of main donor regulations and priorities, including USAID, DFID, EU, UN and ECHO;
  • Proven ability to coordinate projects across different units/departments;
  • Fluency in English;
  • Self-motivated;
  • Detail-oriented, organized, and able to manage to compete for urgent requests and priorities;
  • Communication;
  • Planning and Organizing;
  • Ability to work in a multicultural context and be a team player;
  • Ability to work independently under pressure with tight deadlines.

Preferred:

  • Experience of project cycle management;
  • Experience of liaison and communication with international offices and donors;
  • Good diplomatic and negotiation skills;
  • Creativity and Initiative;
  • Willingness to travel to the field.

Remuneration
Minimum Gross Basic Monthly Salary: NGN 236,585 per month

Application Closing Date
16th September, 2019.

Method of Application

Interested and qualified candidates should:
Click here to apply online

Monitoring and Evaluation Deputy Manager at Action Against Hunger | ACF-International

Job Title: Monitoring and Evaluation Deputy Manager

Location: Yobe
Start date: As soon as possible
Direct Line Manager: Monitoring and Evaluation Manager

Job Description

  • The M&E Deputy Manager will support the M&E Manager to ensure effective management and implementation of monitoring and evaluation component of all programs and projects, both new and established, providing accountability and ensuring efficiency in project deliverables.
  • The M&E Deputy Manager will also support the monitoring of all grant activities. S/he will provide support to the M&E teams to conduct needs assessments to identify necessary changes and future opportunities, conduct assessments, baseline, midline and end-line surveys, post-distribution monitoring surveys, Knowledge Attitude and Practice surveys and perform continuous activity monitoring to identify bottlenecks, lessons and opportunities for programming. The role will closely work the M&E officers and assistants to provide support to all humanitarian projects.
  • The M&E Deputy Manager will support M&E Manager and project managers for reporting and contributes to the learning process through documentation of case studies and success stories. the M&E Deputy Manager will also provide and hock support in management and administration of the electronic cash platform (Redrose) when necessary.

Objective 1

  • Support the operationalization of M&E systems for ACF programs to ensure compliance with donor ACT M&E standards.

Tasks and Responsibilities:

  • Ensure appropriate utilization of the already set up M&E systems to guide project start-up, implementation adjustment, accountability and learning in compliance with ACF’s M&E Guidelines and Minimum Requirements for M&E
  • Support develop ToRs and data collection tools for surveys, needs assessments, mid-term and project reviews/evaluations
  • In collaboration with the M&E HOD or regional M&E coordinator and field teams, lead in the preparation of comprehensive M&E plans for each project to capture quantitative and qualitative data for project performance tracking and reporting
  • Provide feedback to program and operational reporting templates that facilitate the timely and accurate acquisition, aggregation and analysis of information in programs
  • Promote in all projects the use of participatory data collection techniques involving beneficiaries, institutions and partners in the process
  • Operationalize the use of mobile data collection system and other technologies to strengthen monitoring and reporting of activities

Objective 2

  • Ensure proper and timely implementation of ACF M&E tools, activities, and reporting in support of the M&E teams.

Tasks and Responsibilities:

  • Collaborate with PMs and M&E staff to ensure standardized, high-quality M&E tools are developed and rolled out for each project
  • Define sampling and assessment methodologies
  • Undertake regular site visit and periodically monitor the design and execution of surveys and other assessment, case studies, and accountability mechanisms
  • Support the analysis of M&E data of different projects as needed through Excel, SPSS, or other statistical software and as well validate all assessment reports
  • Work closely with other technical staff in order to agree on the scope of mapping, define data needs, project requirements, required outputs, and participate in undertaking mapping
  • Support development and revision of internal and external reports, ensuring compliance with donor requirements and that reports reflect an actual representation of field implementation activities and result based on M&E findings

Objective 3

  • To build the capacity of staff M&E through trainings, mentorships and coaching to ensure quality control of monitoring and evaluation activities.

Tasks and Responsibilities:

  • Support M&E Manager to build the capacity of staff on the logical framework, M&E plans donor M&E guidelines and data gathering, data management, data analysis and reporting to ensure results- based management
  • On the job training to staff in activity planning, monitoring and Evaluation and Information Management systems
  • Support M&E Manager to build the capacity of Monitoring and Evaluation staff to analyze & disseminate regional data and conduct quality audits as well as program staff to conceptualize the use of MIS data to influence programmatic decisions
  • Contribute to the appraisal of M&E staff required by ACF guidelines and ensure proper adequate training is carried out in view of career development and Mission Training Plans
  • Provide effective, constructive supervision of the Monitoring and Evaluation deputy manager, officers and assistants while strengthening their skills and capacity

Objective 4

  • To ensure capitalization, learning and reporting of all projects activities in the mission.

Tasks and Responsibilities:

  • Support M&E Manager in providing feedback to the senior management team at the base level on standard indicators of all sectors
  • Support M&E Manager to organize and coordinate mid-term reviews, learning workshop/review of program work plans with program team at field level and other stakeholders
  • Support the review documentation of project activities with a clear articulation of lessons learned, case studies and short articles for each project for internal and external sharing. Coordinate and share learning related to M&E practices at the base level
  • With support from M&E manager, institutionalize and document the tracking and implementation of lessons learnt and recommendations from all assessments conducted
  • Advise and update the Project Managers on all aspect of M&E regularly, including findings and recommendations
  • Ensure that lessons in planning, monitoring, evaluation, accountability and impact assessment are documented, shared and considered in the design of new projects and technical plans and are discussed during periodic program reviews and ultimately fed into current work and future program development.

Objective 5

  • To represent the organization at the National level and promote ACF’s technical viewpoints, guidelines and methods of work.

Tasks and Responsibilities:

  • To represent ACF at the state level and where appropriate, cluster, working groups, workshops and strategic think tanks related to the department
  • To proactively collaborate with national authorities, ACF counterparts and staff, partner agencies and consortia/alliances/partnerships;
  • To ensure coherent and correct application of ACF guidelines policies within the M&E department and across the organization

Additional Responsibilities

  • Provide feedback to technical reports from MIS on Red Rose platform and ensure issues arising are documented and shred rapidly for action
  • Provide feedback to technical reports from CRM officer in the management of the Feedback Mechanism for all ACF humanitarian projects when required
  • This job description is not intended to be all-inclusive and the employee will also perform other related tasks as required and is responsible for reporting and communication of progress and achievement of the specific assigned task
  • The employee should be flexible and adaptable with regards to the implementation of the daily work/activities
  • The employee is expected to conduct all duties in a professional manner following ACF Nigeria mission staff regulations and charter

Internal & External Relationship
Internal:

  • In collaboration with M&E manager (line manager)
  • In coordination with program managers
  • In technical coordination with regional M&E coordinator or M&E HOD (technical supervisors)

External:

  • National governmental and non-governmental partners: exchange of information, coordination, training, supervision, influence on the choice of technical options
  • Local and regional representatives of NGOs and INGOs: exchange of information
  • Donor representatives
  • Cluster and other coordination forums

Position Requirements
Qualifications:

  • Minimum of Bachelor’s degree in Economics, Rural Development, Business, Administration, Statistics, Demography or a related subject, with previous experience working in humanitarian projects

Skills & Experience
Essential:

  • Minimum of 3 years of previous experience working with NGOs covering multi-sectorial programming
  • Proven management and coordination skills (HR, projects, and stress management)
  • Proven experience in a technical advisory role in monitoring and result management
  • Proven ability to translate analysis and evaluation into operational planning and strategy
  • Knowledge and experience in qualitative and quantitive data management techniques including proficient and skilful use of SPSS, STATA, EXCEL, Epi-info software’s
  • Experience on project monitoring and evaluation with special emphasis on activity monitoring, data management including data collection, analysis and storage
  • Excellent written and spoken English, including the ability to write clear and engaging reports
  • Advanced knowledge of international humanitarian guidelines and standards including those of donors
  • Ability to work in a multi-cultural, multi-ethnic environment with respect for diversity
  • Ability to work independently and under pressure in a rapidly changing professional environment
  • Diplomacy and good interpersonal skills, with the ability to remain calm under pressure and not  lose sight of strategic priorities
  • Ability and willingness to travel regularly to remote field sites
  • Experience in insecure context

Preferred:

  • Experience in conflict-related displacements and nutrition crisis contexts
  • Familiarity with emergency donors (OFD, ECHO,UN, DFID, FFP…) reporting and regulations
  • Experience with the market-based emergency response (ex. Cash Transfer, EMMA…)
  • Understanding of Social Behaviour Change and nutrition-sensitive programming.

Remuneration
Minimum Monthly Basic Salary: NGN 308,589 per month

Application Closing Date

12th September, 2019.

Method of Application

Interested and qualified candidates should:
Click here to apply online

Note: Qualified women are strongly encouraged to apply.

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  1. Abdulfatah Ahmed says

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