Catholic Relief Services (CRS) Recruitment

Catholic Relief Services (CRS) job vacancies – we are recruiting for the following roles:

  1. Program Manager II & Head of Office,
  2. ICT4D Coordinator,
  3. Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning (MEAL) Manager,
  4. Program Manager – Operational Research,
  5. Chief of Party, Water for Agriculture.

Catholic Relief Services (CRS) Job Recruitment

Apply for Catholic Relief Services (CRS) Jobs.

Catholic Relief Services (CRS) is in search of qualified candidates for immediate employment. Below are the requirements and how to apply for Catholic Relief Services (CRS) jobs online.

How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should download the “CRS Application Form” using the link below, fill and send with a detailed Resume as one document (in a PDF Format) indicating the position being applied for and the Job Ref Code as the subject of the application (e.g. Program Assistant – Borno, PAB181018) to: vacancies.ne.nigeria@crs.org

See the requirement & deadline of each position below;

Program Manager II & Head of Office

Location: Yola, Adamawa
Band: 10
Department: Emergency & Early Recovery/Programs
Reports To: Deputy Country Representative – Emergency

Context

  • Now in its eighth year, the Lake Chad Basin crisis has been estimated to affect 10.7 million people in one of the world’s poorest, most drought-prone regions.
  • As of February 2017, 7 million people in Northeast (NE) Nigeria are in severe need of humanitarian assistance, of which 4.7 million people are estimated to be food insecure.
  • Despite a scale up in humanitarian assistance, significant gaps remain, as thousands of people affected by the conflict have not been reached with adequate humanitarian support.
  • CRS has worked in NE Nigeria for over three years, providing humanitarian assistance to communities in Borno and Adamawa States.
  • CRS’ work has now expanded to early recovery and development assistance in the NE states of Adamawa, Borno and Adamawa where CRS has offices.

Job Summary

  • Through the Head of Office, Adamawa State, CRS will continue to offer high quality humanitarian and development assistance to communities in Adamawa State. Based in Yola, the Head of Office (HOO) Adamawa will oversee CRS’ operations support in Adamawa State.
  • S/he will maintain coordination and communication with key operations personnel based in NE Nigeria for the agency’s humanitarian and development assistance ensuring integration with the country program operations and program quality standards.
  • The HOO supervises the heads of 3 projects based in Adamawa: Water for Agriculture, a GIZ funded poultry project, and IITA. In this capacity, the HOO plays a coordination role rather than one of daily, routine supervision.
  • The HOO supervises the Adamawa office in maintaining quality implementation, overseeing the overall administration, logistics, coordination and finances.
  • The HOO focus is to assist the office team stay abreast of the multiple activities, grant technical financial and policy oversight, provide guidance and support to the partner organizations, support the capacity building of CRS staff with active hands-on collaboration, and maintain open channels of communication and coordination with programming and operations staff with the NE main office in Maiduguri.
  • The HOO will also manage the quality and timeliness for all financial and administrative reporting.
  • He/she will promote coordination between other offices in the NE and ensure integration and collaboration across CRS’ development and humanitarian assistance.
  • S/he defers to DCR/NE authority on major issues of policy and procedure and is the chief security officer for CRS in Adamawa State.

Specific Job Responsibilities
Operational Quality and Management:

  • Oversee specific and clearly defined operational directions and day to day activities as indicated in the donor agreements, successful implementation of operational strategies, M&E, financial, programmatic, and staff management.
  • Supervises the heads of 3 new CRS Programs based in Adamawa: The CoP for Water for Agriculture, a GIZ funded poultry project and IITA (there is one program manager in charge of the IITA and Poultry projects).
  • Serves as operational point person for the program and provides strategic and technical leadership to CRS staff in Adamawa and partners for all of its operational components.
  • Oversees management and maintenance of up to date operational documentation related to all project approvals, monitoring and implementation in both hard and soft copies.
  • Promotes strong operational linkages and exchange with other CRS offices engaged in similar programming to ensure the sharing of best practices and expertise, and particularly across the northeast operations and the country program.

Partnership and Capacity Building:

  • Establishes and maintains excellent collaborative working relationships with local partners
  • Manages relationships, negotiations and intensive communication efforts with partners in all phases of grant/project implementation
  • Facilitates coordination with partners, including knowledge management, learning and capacity building for partner staff
  • Promotes the involvement of partners at all stages of the project cycle

Reporting:

  • Ensures timely and quality preparation of donor project narrative reports, quarterly performance indicator tracking tables, baseline and final evaluation reports, as well as other reports needed/required by the local government, donors, the region or headquarters as per reporting schedules.

Security:

  • Supervises the Security Officer for Adamawa State and oversees overall security management in Adamawa State; ensures cohesion, application of security instructions and guidance as well as regular updates of Adamawa State specific security procedures and manuals.
  • Attends and/or ensures CRS’ attendance at cluster security meetings in Adamawa State and ensures sharing of security information as appropriate with staff.
  • Establishes a network system among the Deputy Country Representative/NE, and security staff, including the Country Program’s Security Manager, that monitors security reports for immediate action, as appropriate for enhanced Adamawa specific security management.

Budgeting, Financial Planning and Compliance:

  • Ensures proper financial management systems are in place and followed in coordination with the Awards Management Officer (AMO) and finance team/department.
  • Ensures grant/project management compliance with donor regulations.
  • Ensures the review and timely submission of financial reports by partners working in close coordination with the AMO, finance team and other resource management staff in North East Nigeria.

Representation, Coordination, and Communication:

  • Leads regular team meetings, staff meetings, partner meetings and program (technical) meetings with other implementing NGOs/Government agencies and institutions in Yobe.
  • Ensures systems are in place for the proper documentation of meetings and timely circulation of resulting information/outcomes.
  • Ensures CRS active participation and/or leadership as relevant in local sectoral or multi-sectoral coordination forums and the regular sharing of information and data with other agencies to inform collective analysis and planning.

Supervisory Responsibilities:

  • Supervises and mentors operational staff working on specific-based project support activities
  • Ensures timely and quality adherence to CRS Performance Management System for all staff under his/her supervision.
  • Prepares employee job descriptions, performance plans and performance appraisals for projects officers/assistants that are engaged for specific clearly defined projects in coordination with other program and operations managers.

Qualifications and Skills

  • Master’s Degree in Development, Project Management, Business, Organizational Development, Non-formal Education, Psychology or Public Administration; Significant work experience in a directly related field will be considered in lieu of graduate degree.
  • Minimum of 8 (eight) years of experience in project management, within international organizations or the private sector, including: management of human resources, project activities and/or budgets;
  • Experience working in security compromised areas
  • Experience managing an office in a field-based setting
  • Experience with high level representation with various partners
  • Demonstrated experience in community mobilization, organization and mediation among local actors
  • Excellent writing and communication skills in English. Working knowledge of either Hausa or Kanuri highly desirable.
  • Strong cross-cultural skills and experience working with people from different ethnic/cultural backgrounds
  • Demonstrated capacities to establish and maintain strong, collaborative working relationships with donors, government officials, local organizations, communities and other stakeholders
  • Proven ability to multi-task and meet deadlines
  • Proven ability to develop proposals and write reports meeting donor requirements
  • Must be able to work independently and represent CRS
  • Proficiency in computer applications (MS Word, Excel)
  • Willingness to travel within northeast Nigeria
  • Must be familiar with and committed to gender equity in programming and management practices

Personal Skills:

  • Demonstrated strong ability with multiple project grants management, including project design, budget preparation, expenditure tracking, monitoring and evaluation, reporting, etc.
  • Ability to work independently, but also coordinate effectively as part of a team.
  • Ability to lead a multi-cultural team with a high level of respect for local culture.
  • Strong analytical and organizational skills.
  • Experience with capacity strengthening and partnership building.
  • Capacity to work closely with, understand, and support local partners.
  • Excellent written and spoken communication skills in English.
  • Strong written and spoken communication skills in local language.
  • Strong computer skills (MS Word, Excel, Outlook and Power Point).
  • Experience in working with grants funded by USG, UN Agencies preferred.
  • Knowledge of Sphere emergency guidelines.
  • Ability and willingness to work and live in diverse, challenging, complex, and potentially unstable environment.
  • Commitment to gender sensitive programing and management

Language Required:

  • Fluent written and spoken English
  • Fluency in Hausa or Kanuri or any other local languages is a distinct advantage.

Application Closing Date
5pm, 7th August, 2019.

ICT4D Coordinator

Location: Abuja
Band: 9
Department: Operations
Reports To: Deputy Country Representative – Programs

Job Summary

  • The ICT4D Coordinator will lead the implementation and integration of ICT4D technologies in project implementation across the country program, while working in collaboration with internal and external stakeholders to ensure ease of access to devices and maintaining compliance
  • The Coordinator will serve the Country Program (CP) management team as technical lead in the development of action plans, including strategic investments and implementation of key activities, to align the CP with the agency’s ICT4D strategy
  • The Coordinator may also be called upon to serve a similar function in other CPs in the agency, as needed
  • This position will work with the Business Development Unit and Country Program MEAL Coordinator in the incorporation of ICT4D component in the MEAL plan for project proposals.

Specific Job Responsibilities
Technical Leadership:

  • Serve as the focal lead for ICT4D functions within the country program. Coordinate and ensure collaboration amongst the different ICT4D teams across projects and SPAs.
  • Provide technical advice in the incorporation of ICT4D frameworks in the design and implementation of ICT4D technologies for upcoming and ongoing projects within the country program.
  • Provide leadership in the establishment and sustenance of a Community of Practice (CoP) call at regular periods.
  • Collaborate with the CP MEAL Coordinators and all project MEAL Managers/Directors in the incorporation and implementation of ICT4D for data gathering and tool assessments.

Technology Management:

  • Evaluate user needs and system functionality to ensure that ICT4D devices meet required needs.
  • Ensure timely and quality service delivery, technical support, and advice to user requests for ICT4D devices.
  • Partner with program staff to prioritize and support integration and evolution of ICT4D solutions in improving program implementation.
  • In collaboration with procurement, conduct supplier analysis, and assess effectiveness to ensure third-party services meet CRS business requirements and needs. Collaborate with Procurement to ensure ICT4D purchases are in line with CRS standards and in compliance with donor requirements. Provide strategic guidance and input to budget development with regard to ICT4D related expenses.
  • Maintain functionality of hardware and software requirements of ICT4D equipment, to ensure an adequate supply of functioning devices as per the needs of affected employees. Contribute to the budget preparation for expenses related to relevant devices and software.
  • Assess and analyze ICT4D training needs. Provide capacity building (training, coaching, on-the-job support, etc.), remotely or on-site, to staff and partners in ICT4D-related areas to ensure efficient and consistent adoption and use of ICT4D applications.

Inventory Management:

  • In conjunction with the Supply Chain Management team, ensure all devices for ICT4D implementation are tagged and well documented for within the CP.
  • Ensure all ICT4D devices are well accounted for at inception, during implementation and at closeout of all projects.

Partnership Capacity Strengthening:

  • Work with project partners in the successful use of ICT4D for project implementation.
  • Lead capacity development initiatives for partners and CP staff on the use of ICT4D devices at a regular interval.

Qualifications and Work Experience

  • Minimum of a Master’s Degree in Information Technology, MIT or in any other related field.
  • A minimum of 5 years work-related experience in setting up and managing ICT-based knowledge and information management systems.
  • ITIL Foundation Certification desired.
  • Understanding of software development concept and methodologies.
  • Project Management certification highly desirable.
  • Track record of reliable and consistent performance.
  • Experience in training and mentoring staff in ICT4D.

Knowledge and Skills:

  • Experience in introduction, design, implementation, and adoption of relevant technology and management tools, Especially ICT4D technology and tools.
  • Knowledge of ICT4D trends, applications, and technologies.
  • Knowledge of MS Project and Office applications.
  • Expert-user level knowledge of agency-supported ICT4D solutions.
  • Solid knowledge of backup and disaster recovery systems.
  • Strong client-service focus; able to work with diverse groups of people in a team-oriented environment.
  • Skilled in obtaining information necessary to accomplish duties.
  • Able to prioritize work, multi-task and meet deadlines.
  • Problem analysis and problem resolution at functional level.

Competencies:

  • Promotes Stewardship of Resources: Leads the country program efforts to effectively and efficiently use ICT4D resources.
  • Ensures Principled Compliance: Upholds program-wide application of CRS ICT4D policies and procedures and their alignment with external regulations and laws.
  • Leads ICT Improvements: Orchestrates management improvement efforts and builds capacity of staff and partners to actively support sustainable quality and innovation.
  • Collaborates effectively with staff, colleagues, and stakeholders: Uses CRS values to facilitate involvement of strategic participants for collective decision-making.

Key Working Relationships:

  • Internal: Leadership Team, Senior Management Team, MEAL Coordinator, Project M & E Managers or Directors, ICT Manager, Program Managers, Procurement Manager, Head of Supply Chain, Inventory & Store Management Assistant, Supply Chain Logistics Management Information Systems Manager & Project ICT4D Teams.
  • External: ICT4D devices vendors, Network providers and Implementing Partners.

Application Closing Date
5pm, 7th August, 2019.

Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning (MEAL) Manager

Location: Damaturu Yobe State/Maiduguri, Borno
Band: 8
Department: Programs/MEAL
Reports To: MEAL Coordinator

Primary Job Responsibilities

  • Under the direction of the MEAL Coordinator, the MEAL Manager will lead all MEAL related activities including, but not limited to: monitoring progress on project indicators, elaboration of M&E tools, conducting needs/market/post activity assessments, beneficiary database management, recalibration of beneficiary targeting at project mid-point, development and implementation of accountability mechanism as well as compilation of monthly, bi-monthly, and quarterly reports.
  • The MEAL Manager will be initially based in Damaturu with frequent trips to the project area and will report to the MEAL Coordinator but will also work closely with the Program Managers and Emergency Coordinator for technical support.

Specific Responsibilities

  • Design and manage Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning system with the support from MEAL Coordinator.
  • Develop or adapt project specific MEAL tools and carry out field testing where necessary.
  • Track donor and CRS reporting requirements and deadlines and provide MEAL information to Program Managers and Emergency Coordinators for drafting reports.
  • Document learning to inform program quality development
  • Determine role of all actors involved in providing technical support to project monitoring and evaluation.
  • Provide direct and supportive supervision over MEAL unit staff, particularly the M&E Officers, Accountability Assistant, MEAL Assistant etc. and ensure that coaching and performance plans are completed on time and with adherence to CRS talent management quality standards.
  • Assist MEAL Coordinator to ensure consistency of standards, harmonization of information and input from beneficiaries and sharing of learnings.
  • Verify data for completeness, correctness and consistency and follow up on any data/program quality issues.
  • Support Program Managers and MEAL Officers in conducting regular MEAL field visits to collect data with the help of partners, assess the application of MEAL tools, and assist in preparation of monthly/quarterly report to donors and CRS office.
  • Identify bottlenecks in the program MEAL systems, recommend appropriate solutions and ensure follow-through.

Qualifications and Skills

  • University Degree, preferably in Statistics, Information Management, Management, Social Sciences or related fields.
  • At least 5 years of experience in Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning, preferably in humanitarian or development context.
  • Proven track record and experience in developing M&E plan, systems and database using MS office applications (Excel or Access) and software applications.
  • Strong knowledge and proven experience on developing and analyzing logical and conceptual framework.
  • Ability to train partners and staff on developing and maintaining the M&E system.
  • Strong analytical and critical thinking skills.
  • Excellent written and oral communications skills in English.
  • Knowledge of Kanuri, Hausa and other relevant local languages is appreciated.
  • Strong interpersonal skills and ability to work in a diverse team and manage complex and sensitive organizational relationships.
  • Demonstrable understanding of and commitment to promoting gender equity and the interests of vulnerable people.
  • Enthusiasm for and commitment to CRS’s values and guiding principles.
  • Ability to manage complex workloads and deliver work to tight deadlines.
  • Ability to travel frequently and stay in difficult environments

Key Working Relationships:

  • Internal: MEAL Officers, Accountability Assistant, MEAL Coordinator, MEAL Assistant, Program Officers, Program Manager, Emergency Coordinator, Operations Staff
  • External: Local partners, Red Rose team, enumerators, external consultants and other key stakeholders

Supervision:

  • The MEAL Manager supervises OFDA MEAL Officer based in Borno and OFDA MEAL Assistant based in Yobe.

Travel:

  • Travel up to 20% of the time as needed.

Application Closing Date
28th July, 2019.

Program Manager – Operational Research

Location: Maiduguri, Borno
Band: 8
Department: Programs/Emergency
Reports To: Emergency Program Manager II

Context

  • CRS seeks a full-time employee to support an innovative project seeking to identify and pilot market-based interventions to improve access to water among vulnerable populations of North East Nigeria. Now in its tenth year, the crisis in North East Nigeria shows no sign of abating.
  • The economic system of the region has been severely disrupted, with serious impact on agricultural and income generating activities resulting in reduced purchasing power at the household level and in the ability of families to meet their basic needs. Despite continued scale up in humanitarian assistance, significant gaps remain, as thousands of people affected by the conflict have not been reached. In 2019, 3.6 million individuals are expected to need support on Water, Hygiene and Sanitation.
  • While most humanitarian actors in Nigeria were, and are still today, involved in rehabilitation of nonfunctional boreholes as well as drilling and development of new boreholes, to date no humanitarian actors have engaged in mapping the private water sector in North East Nigeria in a systematic way nor have actors identified how this market can be potentially used to improve WASH outcomes.
  • Therefore, CRS will be implementing a 10 month Operational Research funded by OFDA , that seeks to:
    • Map the private water market in selected areas of North East Nigeria,
    • Identify and pilot priority recommendations to use the private water market to meet water needs of affected populations,
    • Compare effectiveness of these interventions with more traditional humanitarian water supply response activities, and
    • Disseminate learning to other humanitarian WASH actors.

Job Summary
You will support on the ground the effective implementation of this market-based WASH operational research. The main objectives of the position will be to:

  • Support the market mapping and analysis of the private water market in selected areas of North East Nigeria and together with the Maiduguri WASH team, the Humanitarian Response Department technical advisors and NE Nigeria Sr Managers identify appropriate and relevant pilot interventions
  • Coordinate the implementation of selected pilot interventions that use the private water market system to improve water access among the affected population
  • Ensure relevant data is gathered during implementation to enable comparison of traditional water supply interventions and market-based approaches
  • Support the dissemination of findings of the pilot within Nigeria

Specific Job Responsibilities
You will be responsible for the following key activities:

Market mapping and analysis of the private water market:

  • Liaise with other WASH actors in north east Nigeria to facilitate collaboration on the project’s activities, including coordinating an inter-agency assessment of the private water market system
  • Support CRS’ humanitarian WASH Technical Advisor and Cash and Markets Technical Advisor to design an appropriate methodology for the market assessment and related tools for data collection

Pilot market-based water interventions:

  • Support the development of detailed implementation plan for pilot activities, and associated budget, in close collaboration with CRS’ North East Nigeria Emergency Coordinator and WASH team

Comparison of market-based water interventions and traditional response:

  • Facilitate the gathering of relevant information from CRS and other agency programmes to enable comparison of different water interventions
  • Work with CRS humanitarian advisors to develop an appropriate comparative framework considering various aspects of cost effectiveness and efficiency

Dissemination of results:

  • Support dissemination of the results of the market mapping, and outcomes of the operational research to other humanitarian and WASH stakeholders in Nigeria
  • Other activities as requested

Qualifications and Skills
Required:

  • A Master’s degree is required. Master’s in Anthropology, Social Work, Public Health, Water and Sanitation Engineering, Hydrogeology or Environmental Engineering or a related field is strongly preferred.
  • At least 5 years previous experience managing humanitarian response activities in complex protracted crises
  • Previous experience designing humanitarian response activities (preferably related to WASH and/or market-based interventions)
  • Good understanding of humanitarian standards, including SPHERE, MERS and CHS
  • Previous experience conducting market assessment and analysis in emergency contexts (preferably related to the WASH sector)
  • Previous experience coordinating with other actors and building collaborative relationships
  • Excellent communication skills, including report writing and presentation
  • Fluency in written and spoken English

Desired:

  • Previous experience designing market assessment tools and methodology to inform humanitarian response activities
  • Previous experience managing humanitarian WASH programs
  • Previous experience of research projects

Key Working Relationships:

  • Internal: MEAL Officers, Accountability Assistant, MEAL Coordinator, MEAL Assistant, Program Officers, ICT4E team, Program Managers, Emergency Coordinator, Operations Staff
  • External: Local partners, Red Rose team, enumerators, external consultants and other key stakeholders
  • Supervision: The MEAL Manager supervises the 2 FFP MEAL Officer based in Maiduguri and Damaturu.

Travel:

  • Travel up to 20% of the time as needed.

Application Closing Date
28th July, 2019

Chief of Party, Water for Agriculture

Location: Adamawa
Job Type: Regular, Full Time
Reports to: Deputy Country Representative (Northeast Nigeria)

Background

  • CRS is bidding for a multi-million-dollar, multi-year USAID/Nigeria Water for Agriculture Program. This program seeks to develop and implement interventions that will sustainably increase water availability and management, towards increasing agricultural productivity in in Adamawa, Borno, and Yobe states of Nigeria.
  • This effort will contribute to CRS’ agriculture and livelihoods signature program area and ongoing efforts to promote resilience, recovery and development within Nigeria and neighboring countries around the Lake Chad Basin.

Job Summary

  • The Chief of Party (COP) will have overall responsibility for the USAID/Nigeria Water for Agriculture Program. Responsibilities include meeting program objectives and deliverables while providing overall leadership in technical, administrative, operational, and management aspects.
  • The COP will act as the primary relationship manager for the program with USAID/Nigeria, Government of Nigeria, partners and external stakeholders.

Specific Job Responsibilities

  • Provide overall strategic guidance, leadership, management and general technical oversight of the entire program, with a strong focus on achieving defined results.
  • Act as the key liaison with the USAID AOR, Government of Nigeria, all implementing partners and stakeholders involved with the program.
  • Represent the program and present its work nationally and globally to CRS leadership, the donor, partners, and other stakeholders.
  • Lead, manage, supervise and mentor program staff and consortium partners.
  • Coordinate relationships with consortium partner organizations, including organization of review/planning workshops. Contribute to coordination of the roles and activities of staff from other consortium member organizations in implementation in line with CRS partnership principles.
  • Ensure high-quality monitoring and evaluation of program impact and timely submission of donor reports and deliverables.
  • Ensure compliance with CRS and USAID policies and requirements
  • Ensure coordination between program and operations teams; and ensuring CRS program quality standards are adhered to per MEAL policy and procedures.
  • Oversee compliance with USAID regulations, including financial tracking and oversight of partner budgets, finance, administration and reporting to USAID.
  • Create and maintain proper conditions for learning. Establish a safe environment for sharing of ideas, solutions, and difficulties and the capacity to detect, analyze and respond quickly to deficiencies. Identify performance gaps and training opportunities for CRS and partner staff and recommend trainings and technical assistance.

Key Working Relationships

  • Supervisory: DCoP and Award Manager
  • Internal: Consortium Partners, CoPs and Program Managers of other CRS programs, Support Departments including Operations etc.
  • External: Government Ministry Agencies (MDAs), UN agencies, Peer agencies (NGOs) and Community Representatives.

Agency Wide Competences (for all CRS staff):

  • These are rooted in the mission, values, and guiding principles of CRS and used by each staff member to fulfill his or her responsibilities and achieve the desired results:
  • Serves with Integrity
  • Models Accountability and Stewardship
  • Cultivates Constructive Relationships
  • Promotes Learning
  • Committed to Continuous Improvement and Innovation
  • Has a Strategic Mindset

Qualifications and Skills

  • Masters’ degree in Engineering, Water / Natural Resource Management, Administration, Management or other relevant field.
  • At least 7 years of management and technical experience on similar programs.
  • 5 years of staff management experience and abilities that are conducive to a learning environment. Experience coaching senior program staff.
  • Track record of managing large and diverse teams.
  • 5 years experience managing donor funds, including multi country grants. Strong knowledge and experience in budget management.
  • Demonstrated experience in institutional strengthening, capacity building and market-based approached to water management.
  • Capacity to build and maintain relationships with host governments, donors, other donor-funded programs and stakeholders, local organizations, and partners.
  • Experience managing programmatic and financial reporting requirements.
  • Experience with USAID rules, regulations and requirements.
  • Experience working in sub-Saharan Africa required. Prior experience in Nigeria preferred
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English.
  • Strong computer literacy with a full knowledge of office applications.

Personal Skills:

  • Strong strategic, analytical, systems thinking, and problem-solving skills, with capacity to see the big picture and ability to make sound judgment and decisions.
  • Strong relations management abilities. Ability to relate to people at all levels internally and externally. Strategic in how you approach each relationship.
  • Team leadership abilities with diverse/multi-disciplinary teams. Coaching skills.
  • Proactive, resourceful, solutions-oriented and results-oriented.

Required Foreign Language:

  • English fluency, including excellent oral and written skills, required. Proficiency in Hausa or Kanuri preferred.
  • Required Travel: To field locations in Nigeria
  • Work Environment: Office environment. Please note this position will be based in the field (Adamawa State)

Application Closing Date
5th August, 2019.

About Catholic Relief Services (CRS).

Catholic Relief Services is the official international humanitarian agency of the Catholic community in the United States. CRS works to save, protect, and transform lives in need in more than 100 countries, without regard to race, religion or nationality. CRS’ relief and development work is accomplished through programs of emergency response, HIV, health, agriculture, education, microfinance and peacebuilding. CRS re-established presence in Nigeria in 2000 and currently focuses on vulnerable children, agriculture, health and HIV, extractives and governance, and peace building programming.


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