Abuja Jobs Employment With 7 Different Company, December 21th

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Abuja Jobs Employment With 7 Different Company, December 21th

The following vacancies and job positions are available for those who are in need of jobs within Abuja and other state. Apply for the following jobs with  7 Different Companies. 

  1. Accountant Job Vacancy at Torchlight Energy Resources Limited,
  2. Recent Job Vacancies at the Management Sciences for Health (MSH),
  3. Recent Job Vacancies at Creative Associates International,
  4. Weekend Customer Service Advisor Job Vacancy at Tekra Global Concepts Limited,
  5. Latest Vacancies at Cornerstone Insurance Plc,
  6. Job For Employee Human Resources Manager at General Electric,
  7. Vacant Job For Consultant at UN Women

Carefully read and follow instructions of the Latest Job In Abuja With 7 Different Companies.


1. Accountant Job Vacancy at Torchlight Energy Resources Limited

Torchlight Energy Resources Limited is the world’s first massively scalable off-grid electric company. It exists to provide affordable and reliable energy to communities that currently lack such power. The company utilizes distributed renewable energy to sell power as a service to customers who suffer from an expensive grid, an unreliable grid, or have no electrical grid access at all. We provide 24/7 clean energy to anyone, anywhere.

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Our aim is to deliver a complete technical, operational and financial model that makes incredibly high quality renewable electrical services affordable to millions of homes.

We are recruiting to fill the position below:

Job Title: Accountant

Position Summary

  • Is responsible for full charge bookkeeping, including maintaining company financial records, monthly billing, billable time tracking and reports for review by the management team and outside certified public accounting firm.
  • This includes, but is not limited to: accounts receivable and payable, EOM reconciliation, payroll, payroll taxes, quarterly payroll tax reports, invoicing, personnel payroll records, paid time off tracking, weekly, monthly, quarterly and yearly business reports, computer data entry of time slips as well as working with the company’s accounting firm and insurance agent and other items as needed by management.
  • Experience in QuickBooks (or equivalent) and Microsoft Office products required.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Keeping records and tracking of all company assets purchased and in use. Update records when assets are removed and no longer in use. Report to CPA.
  • Prepare weekly, monthly, quarterly reports and financial analysis reports including but not limited to financial statements, client budget reports, employee time challenge reports, part-time employee hours report, employee financial profit share report, accounts receivable reports, etc.
  • Responsible for follow up phone calls/emails and letters to track billing records, payment requests, bank statements, anything financial that needs follow-up, etc.
  • Prepare and maintain government client reporting and estimating.
  • Provide advice and assistance in making decisions in the areas of finances, analysis, financial software and accounting as requested by management.
  • Working cooperatively with the company’s certified public accounting and insurance firms.
  • Full charge bookkeeping including all month and year end journal entries.
  • Compilation and preparation of monthly, quarterly and yearly financial statements for in-house use and CPA firm for year end tax purposes and decision making.
  • Maintain employee records including but not limited to hours, salary, mileage and personal time off, etc.
  • Process payroll semimonthly, file all payroll taxes and forms monthly, quarterly and yearly as required by Federal and State laws. Maintain payroll files and reports.
  • Manage Timeslips program including but not limited to reviewing and downloading time, checking for accuracy and proof/edit as needed. Maintain the program and update as needed.
  • Maintain all client accounts of time, billings and payments. Collection of accounts receivable when necessary.
  • Prepare all monthly client invoicing and vendor payments for management team approval and mailing
  • Reconcile credit card receipts and statements monthly. Track credit card receipts for client invoicing and pay cards in a timely manner.

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The successful candidate will:

  • Be self directed and self-motivated.
  • Be detail oriented, organized and accurate.
  • Demonstrate the ability to work with numbers and understand a broad range of common financial matters in a timely manner.
  • Satisfactory completion of criminal background and credit check.
  • Must be based in Abuja
  • ICAN Certified.
  • Have an Associate Degree or higher with experience and knowledge in bookkeeping and accounting principles.
  • Have experience in QuickBooks and Microsoft Office products mainly Excel, Word and Outlook.
  • Have demonstrated ability to make sound professional decisions.
  • Maintain client and business confidentiality.

How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should send their CV to: jobs@vaafltd.com subject of mail should be position applied for.

Application Deadline 28th December, 2018.


2. Recent Job Vacancies at the Management Sciences for Health (MSH)

Management Sciences for Health (MSH), a global health nonprofit organization, uses proven approaches developed over 40 years to help leaders, health managers, and communities in developing nations build stronger health systems for greater health impact. We work to save lives by closing the gap between knowledge and action in public health.

We are recruiting to fill the position of:

Job Title: Supply Chain Director
Job ID: 13-10436
Location: Abuja, Nigeria
Grade: K
Group/Office: PDG (Program Delivery Group)
Dept/Unit: PDGGEN – Program Delivery Group
Project/Program: A000 – None Specified
Reports To: Project Director, GF RSSH


  • The Supply Chain Director (SCD) is the technical lead responsible for the planning, implementation and evaluation of all project supply chain activities. S/he works closely with the Project Director, other project staff, partners, and stakeholders to provide technical assistance to support the design and implementation of pharmaceutical system and supply chain management and logistics interventions, which may involve work in pharmaceutical information system, governance in the pharmaceutical domain and in other aspects such as pharmacovigilance, commodity security, supply planning, and system performance monitoring
  • The SCD provides technical direction in support of the development and/or review of technical approaches and strategies for strengthening of pharmaceutical and supply chain management systems in Nigeria. The SCD works with other project staff on the development and deployment of appropriate logistic and pharmaceutical management information systems that support the planning and monitoring of supply chain operations. S/he supports supply chain capacity building strategies to build the capacity of individuals and local institutions to assure the continuous availability of key program commodities

Specific Responsibilities

  • Lead the development of project work plans and budgets as they relate to supply chain activities in collaboration with other project staff, partners, and stakeholders. Provide input into updating and implementing the annual work plan and budget, as necessary.
  • Lead the project stakeholder management efforts with National Product Supply Chain Management Program (NPSCMP), National Supply Chain Integration Programme (NSCIP), Pharmacists Council of Nigeria (PCN), National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC) and related stakeholders.
  • Support procurement and supply management (PSM) strengthening interventions across AIDS, tuberculosis, malaria and other intervention areas.
  • Support the development and/or harmonization of PSM standard operating procedures (SOPs) and reference documents.
  • Support scale-up and optimization of Navision
  • Support NPSCMP to harmonize reporting cycles across public health programs
  • Support the improvement of PSM-related data quality including links with service data.
  • Support national level capacity for inventory management and quality assurance (QA)/quality improvement (QI)
  • Strengthen national-level capacity for pharmacovigilance and PSM performance measurement
  • Strengthen the linkage among PSM, monitoring and evaluation (M&E) and laboratory services.
  • Lead the development of systems for performance managements
  • Provide technical assistance to the MOH and local partners at Federal and State level for the quantification of key commodities including the establishment of an appropriate mechanism for forecasting, supply planning, and information systems to assure availability and use of data necessary for accurate quantification.
  • Supply chain data review and quality improvement at Federal and State level (in targeted states)
  • Collaborate with the MOH and local partners at Federal and State level to ensure that effective and efficient warehousing and distribution systems are in place for medicines and other key commodities.
  • Participate in identifying and prioritizing capacity development activities for strengthening Federal- and State-level pharmaceutical supply chains, and building expertise in monitoring and supervision in collaboration with the MOH and other relevant team members and partners.
  • Develop and implement appropriate training and supervision programs.
  • Provide technical assistance to develop SOPs for inventory management and other aspects of supply chain management that will assure the availability and quality of medicines and other commodities.
  • Along with country partners and other project staff, develop and implement a comprehensive approach for ensuring the quality of the commodities procured and used.
  • Monitor and document progress of activities toward achieving results of supply chain activities of the approved project work plan, by taking baseline and periodic measurements of indicators.
  • Support the coordination of MSH/Nigeria’s supply chain expertise and provide mentorship to other staff.
  • Willingness and ability to travel within Nigeria as needed

Qualifications and Experience

  • Bachelor of Pharmacy Degree or Doctor of Pharmacy degree. BS/BA in Supply Chain Management combined with relevant public health experience is also acceptable. Certified Supply Chain Professional (CSCP) and/or Certified in Logistics, Transportation and Distribution (CLTD) certifications are also desirable.  Post-graduate degree in public health/health science is an advantage
  • A minimum of 8-10 years of experience implementing supply chain and pharmaceutical system improvement programs of large projects in developing countries.
  • Demonstrated knowledge and skills in supply chain management, pharmaceutical information management systems and governance of the pharmaceutical domain.
  • Familiarity with public health, HIV, TB and/or malaria programming, data collection, analysis and presentation.
  • Experience working with Ministry of Health (MOH) and national level organizations.
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills required; ability in consensus building and constructively leading a team
  • Previous experience in developing training materials and the delivery of training sessions
  • Demonstrated knowledge and skills in health commodity procurement, warehousing, distribution and logistics management information systems.
  • Understanding of global public health issues, systems and stakeholders in Nigeria, and of strengthening pharmaceutical systems in the context of a health system strengthening effort in Nigeria.
  • Understanding of Navision
  • Strong organizational skills and ability to work in a team-oriented environment.
  • Demonstrated computer skills in Microsoft Office Suite applications, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook; knowledge of appropriate methods for data analysis and reporting.
  • Excellent representational and communication skills, written and oral proficiency in English.
  • Experience working with Global Fund grants highly desirable.
  • Demonstrated project management and supervisory skills

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Interested and qualified candidates should:Click here to apply

Job title: Laboratory Director
Job ID: 13-10434
Location: Abuja
Reports To: Project Director, GF RSSH


  • The objective of the Laboratory Director position is to provide technical leadership of the GF RSSH (Resilient and Sustainable Systems for Health) laboratory program in a manner that strengthens integrated delivery of comprehensive HIV/AIDS, Malaria, TB or Hepatitis B and Hepatitis C services in partnership with the Federal and State governments and other partners, and leads to sustainable prevention and control efforts

Specific Responsibilities

  • Spearheading the strategic design and implementation of the laboratory program of the RSSH.
  • In close collaboration with local authorities and stakeholders, take lead in the development of high quality health laboratory systems in targeted States that support delivery of comprehensive HIV/AIDS, Malaria, TB, Hepatitis B and Hepatitis C prevention, care and treatment services.
  • Improving service delivery infrastructure: Infrastructural upgrade of selected laboratories in target states as part of the laboratory services integration activities.
  • Lead grant stakeholder management efforts as it relates to lab services and the applicable stakeholders.
  • Support strengthening of laboratory systems and networks.
  • Strengthen national laboratory logistics support systems.
  • Support harmonization of menu at tier of lab service.
  • Support capacity building for master trainers on new and current testing methodology and technologies.
  • Baseline and follow-on assessment of targeted Global Fund-supported laboratories enrolled into the Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) program and quality management system
  • Development and deployment of standard biosafety and biosecurity guidelines and manuals (including training)
  • Training on laboratory data management, capacity to lead the pilot testing of an innovative RDT Reader for HIV, Malaria, Hepatitis B and Hepatitis C tests and quality assurance, among others.
  • LMIS strengthening (including development and roll-out of laboratory information management system) and its link with Electronic Medical Records and the National HMIS.
  • Design and implement laboratory capacity building programs for Federal and targeted State health workers.
  • Mentor and provide technical leadership and support to the State Laboratory Specialists and related staff.
  • Take programmatic responsibility for the design and functioning of the laboratory M&E system.
  • Advocate and champion increased use of laboratories diagnostics by health system in the country
  • Liaise with the relevant national bodies to establish an efficient supply chain management system for laboratory commodities.
  • Ensure timely relevant technical support to all implementing health facilities.
  • Represent the project at the national level on matters of laboratory systems and services.
  • Provide clear documentation of programmatic achievements and keep management informed on monthly, quarterly and annual basis.
  • Work with management to document and publish best practices.
  • Working within project strategy and policy guidelines, make decisions concerning work responsibilities and is accountable for them.
  • Provide technical input in the development of an integrated project plan in collaboration with the Project Director

Qualifications and Experience

  • Post graduate degree in Medical Laboratory Science.
  • Laboratory Scientist, Laboratory Technologist, Clinical Pathologist or Public Health professional, with at least ten (10) years post-qualification experience working in a laboratory setting of which three (3) years must have been in a senior laboratory management position with thorough understanding of health systems and of public health issues in the Nigerian context.
  • Bachelor of Science or Medical degree from a recognized university, plus a relevant higher qualification, e.g. Master’s degree in medical microbiology, public health or related field.
  • Registration with the appropriate regulatory authority in Nigeria.
  • Experience managing, supervising and teaching laboratory staff.
  • Experience with HIV/AIDS, Malaria, TB or Hepatitis B and Hepatitis C programs supported by bilateral and multilateral agencies such as the Global Fund, CDC, USAID and international agencies such as WHO and World Bank.
  • Strong project management and communication skills.
  • Previous experience in developing training materials and the delivery of training sessions
  • Ability to lead and guide strategy development with the MOH, manage technical implementation of proposed project initiatives, as well as ability to supervise, mentor and coach project and government staff.
  • Understanding of global public health issues, systems and stakeholders in Nigeria, and of laboratory system strengthening activities in the context of a health system strengthening effort.
  • Extensive knowledge of laboratory sciences, with specific expertise in biosafety and biosecurity, and of issues related to laboratory networks.
  • Experience in monitoring and evaluating project results and outputs and ensuring timely completion of activities in a fast-paced environment.
  • Strong analytical and verbal communication skills.
  • Excellent written and spoken communications skills in English.
  • Strong skills in using word processing, spreadsheet, database and presentation software (Microsoft Office applications preferred).
  • Experience using web-based applications (email, browsing, and literature retrieval).
  • Self-directed learner with the ability to work independently and as part of a team.
  • Strong interpersonal skills – ability to interact professionally with culturally diverse colleagues, partners and clients

Interested and qualified candidates should:Click here to apply

Job Title: 
MEL/HIS Director
Job ID: 13-10435
Location: Abuja
Reports To: Project Director, GF RSSH


  • The purpose of the MEL/HIS Director is to support the strengthening of national Health Information System (HIS), and to lead the project’s Monitoring and Evaluation and Learning (MEL) effort.
  • This involves supporting the development and scale up of priority electronic health information systems, such as the national DHIS2, Unified Electronic Medical Records, Logistics Management Information Systems, instill a culture of data use, build capacity and governance for the improved Health Information System (HIS), and ensure integrated systems by fostering stakeholder collaboration. S/he will provide technical, strategic advice and programmatic direction for the capacity building of government agencies in the development and implementation of HIS aspects of the activity, for optimizing the generation, identification, collection, processing, storage, and dissemination of quality data and strategic information.
  • S/he will lead project activities related to and implementation organizations in data use, data systems architecture, and health information systems governance. S/he will provide high level expertize to strengthen national processes and tools in strategic information such as in national data quality assurance and data dissemination and use.
  • S/he will lead the development, implementation and improvement of the project Monitoring and Evaluation and Learning (MEL) process, and ensure data generated through the MEL are used for decision making.
  • S/he will provide technical and strategic direction, leadership, and management oversight to ensure transfer of knowledge and skills to stakeholders across the health system

Specific Responsibilities

  • Coordinates data collection to monitor performance and ensure timely compilation and reporting of data, and leads activities to support HMIS strengthening.
  • Collaborates with sub-recipients on alignment of data collection, analysis, and results reporting
  • Oversees the data migration and reconstruction efforts.
  • Facilitates training surveys and ensures quality of data and data management activities at all levels
  • Trains staff on database (HMIS) and answers questions related to the system
  • Scale up e-reporting in public and private facilities health facilities (DHIS2 Web Client)
  • Oversees the GIS spatial modelling of the distribution of AIDS, TB and Malaria
  • Ensure data review and data use coordination/management (including program and data review meetings)
  • Oversee the roll-out of harmonized NHMIS tools and supportive processes to states and Local Government Areas (LGAs)
  • Lead to development of Client Level Data System (CLDS) effort of the project, especially the set-up of client registry, and Unified EMR solution
  • Establish system for the flow of information from service-delivery points to the central data base and ensure timely technical support to all implementing health facilities.
  • Provide support to the Government of Nigeria in the strengthening of the national data quality assurance (DQA) policy and guidelines, provide expertize in the strengthening of DQA processes and tools and supervise periodic data quality audits.
  • Build the capacity of staff in the design and implementation of a coordinated and effective monitoring and evaluation and learning system.
  • Analyze M&E data on a monthly, quarterly and annual basis and flag action areas to the project management.
  • Lead the learning agenda of the project. Work with management to document and publish best practices.
  • Link and analyze resource inputs, outputs and outcomes and advises on project effectiveness and efficiency.
  • Ensure adequate reporting data is provided to Global Fund and used by project management: coordinate writing of reports and take responsibility for compilation of joint project report to the Global Fund and to national authorities as appropriate

Qualifications and Experience

  • A Master’s degree in Information Science, Data Science, Public Health, Statistics, Health Informatics, or a related field
  • At least 10 years of experience working with information systems management and design in the health field for international donor-funded programs (Global Fund preferred), and in managing MEL systems for large-scale projects.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of and experience in the fields of capacity building and governance for information systems.
  • At least 4 years of experience at a managerial level, providing guidance and supervision in implementation of strategies or methods.
  • Experience with reporting health services data using standard tools and software. Familiarity with NHMIS and DHIS2 is required.
  • Experience in working with Client Level Data Systems (Client Registry, Electronic Medical Records) is an asset.
  • The HMIS Director will have experience and up-to-date knowledge and skills in MEL for health systems and healthcare provision.
  • Ability to conceive of, plan, and lead HIS strengthening activities that address the unique challenges of the central, provincial, district, facility, and community levels, in particular related to HMIS/DHIS2
  • Ability to provide high-level HIS technical leadership to multiple government directorates to achieve results, and to provide strategic support in the development and implementation of high-level HIS policies and guidelines
  • Ability to find solutions to HIS challenges that are acutely sensitive to human and other resource constraints in the health sector
  • Ability to serve as a liaison with Global Fund, Federal and selected State governments and other key stakeholders in support of the activity
  • Ability to lead HIS change management activities at all levels
  • Experience at organizing and facilitating systems strengthening, capacity development and mentoring processes
  • Strong oral and written communication skills in English, including evidence of quality report writing and presentation
  • Demonstrated ability to meet deadlines with quality products
  • Strong organizational and interpersonal skills
  • Competency in MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint. Experience using statistical software a plus.
  • Demonstrated analytical and problem-solving skills.
  • Good verbal, listening, writing, and intrapersonal skills essential for effective interaction among several institutions and staff involved in a broad range of activities

Interested and qualified candidates should:Click here to apply

Application Deadline 9th January, 2019.


3. Recent Job Vacancies at Creative Associates International

Creative Associates International is a dynamic, fast-growing global development firm that specializes in education, economic growth, democratic institutions and stabilization. Based in Washington, D.C., Creative has a field presence in more than 15 countries with a strong client portfolio that includes the U.S. Agency for International Development and the State Department, among others. Creative Associates International has been working in Nigeria for more than a decade to support development programs throughout the country.

We are recruiting to fill the position below:

Job Title: Regional Human Resources Recruitment Manager
Job ID: REGIO01408
Location: Abuja, Nigeria
Job Type: Full-Time

Project Summary

  • The objective of the West Africa Trade and Investment Activity is to improve private sector competitiveness with a focus on increasing the agricultural productivity and profitability of smallholder farmers in Nigeria and promoting West Africa’s regional and international trade.

Position Summary

  • Based in Abuja, Nigeria, the Regional Human Resources Recruitment Manager will manage Creative Associate’s Nigerian and progressively regional talent strategy with respect to compensation, hiring, retention, employee development.
  • The position will have a heavy emphasis on recruitment but will also support projects across Africa in all areas of HR.

Reporting & Supervision:

  • The Regional HR Recruitment Manager will report directly to the Headquarters-based Manager, International HR. This role will collaborate and interact regularly with Chiefs of Party and HQ program teams.

Primary Responsibilities
Regional HR Talent Management & Recruitment:

  • Work in partnership with project HR staff and managers and US hiring managers to attract key talent and acquire a highly talented and diverse workforce;
  • Ensure transparent and legally compliant full-cycle recruitment process is in place for each project and is consistent with Creative hiring guidelines;
  • Establish talent benches for Nigeria and other countries; and
  • Provide regional surge recruitment as necessary.

Regional HR Business Development – Capture:

  • Full-cycle recruiting, including finding/sourcing, evaluating resumes, interviewing candidates (in-person or Skype), doing assessments, vetting, and make staffing recommendations;
  • Ensure a consistent recruiting process including: interview panels; appropriate interviewing questions and maintenance of recruitment documents;
  • Negotiate compensation and allowances; prepare contingent and live offers in coordination with the HQ Manager, International HR;
  • Maintain networks in critical sectors to facilitate effective passive recruitment;
  • Use traditional/non-traditional resources to identify and attract top candidates;
  • Develop advertising programs (internal and external) to gain high visibility with potential candidates; and
  • Consult with hiring managers on recruitment policies, ensuring compliance with RFP requirements, USAID and donor guidelines and Creative processes.

Regional Human Resources Operations & Capacity Building:

  • Identify, train and advise a capable Human Resources Professional in each field office to serve as the leader for Human Resources in the field office;
  • Provide ongoing training and support to field office leaders and staff on HR recruitment;
  • Provide project start-up and close-out support as needed;
  • Ensure quality new hire orientations and on-boarding practices across the region that help integrate new hires successfully into Creative; develop materials that can be adapted for use in local hire orientations;
  • Analyze regional trends and metrics in partnership with the HQ Manager, International HR to develop solutions, programs and policies;
  • Oversee UltiPro data/employment administration processes to ensure data integrity;
  • Mentor and coach local HR staff; and
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

Required Skills and Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s Degree and six (6) years’ related HR experience; or equivalent combination of education and experience;
  • Excellent written and spoken communication skills in English and French including the ability to communicate effectively in a multi-cultural environment and diplomatically manage collegial relationships;
  • Experience managing recruitment efforts in Nigeria and multi-country practice, particularly in West Africa;
  • Working knowledge of and experience in international, regional and national HR and recruitment;
  • High degree of professionalism and discretion; culturally astute;
  • Must be detail oriented and highly organized;
  • Must work well under pressure in a fast-paced, dynamic environment;
  • Ability to work independently as well as perform in matrix organization;
  • Must possess strong computer skills: ability to work with Microsoft Office product suite and HR systems (UltiPro a plus);
  • Strong writing and presentation skills with ability to communicate well within and across diverse groups and perspectives; and
  • Must have the ability and willingness to travel (up to 30%) throughout Africa in remote areas.

Interested and qualified candidates should:Click here to apply

Job Title: Operations Director
Job ID: OPERA01417
Location: Abuja, Nigeria
Job Type: Full-TimeProject Summary

  • The objective of the West Africa Trade and Investment Activity is to improve private sector competitiveness with a focus on increasing the agricultural productivity and profitability of smallholder farmers in Nigeria and promoting West Africa’s regional and international trade.

Position Summary

  • The Operations Director will be based in Abuja, Nigeria.
  • The Operations Director will be responsible in overseeing the smooth running of the head office, ensuring that office operations are kept consistent with donor and project standards, and is responsible for the management of human resources, local procurement, and information technology of the program.

Reporting & Supervision:

  • The Operations Director will report to the Deputy Chief of Party (DCOP) and supervise an operations team consisting of Human Resources, Procurement, Communications, Logistics, Information Technology, and Administrative staff, as well as drivers and cleaners.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Ensure streamlined operations systems in line with Creative and donor rules and regulations;
  • Provide administrative and logistical support to the portfolio of programs;
  • Ensure that all regional offices operational policies, including field operations management guide, inventory and ICT, are in place, compliant with project and donor policies, and implemented effectively;
  • Ensure an in-depth awareness of operational issues in the context of Nigeria;
  • Streamline and maintain procurement processes to meet grant deliverables and milestones;
  • Serve as the primary liaison to all vendors and subcontractors;
  • Responsible for day to day management of subcontracts with international vendors;
  • Serve as primary liaison for Creative HQ on international subcontractor issues;
  • Manage and oversee staff responsible for arranging travel and logistics for staff and project equipment and inventory;
  • Provide timely and accurate reports on location of staff and assets and maintains proper hard and soft copy files for each. Reports may be requested by HQ or donor;
  • Responsible for program compliance with U.S. Government rules and regulations, and Creative policies and procedures;
  • Support DCOP in all operations tasks and duties;
  • Manage, train, and mentor key project country team members in the areas of administration, logistics, human resources, procurement, and IT;
  • Respond to requests from donor and supervisors as needed; and
  • Perform other related duties as assigned.

Required Skills & Qualifications

  • S. Degree in Accounting or Financial Management desired; Bachelor’s Degree is required;
  • At least eight (8) years of relevant work experience, including experience with a Contractor or international NGO managing an office or program;
  • At least four (4) years of experience supervising complex, high-speed, and challenging field operations in developing countries;
  • Five (5) years of experience with operations, logistics, and subcontracts;
  • Knowledge of basic operating procedures in high-risk environments;
  • Proficient oral and written communication skills in English;
  • Strong analytical capacity; and
  • Previous experience working with USAID desired.

Interested and qualified candidates should:Click here to apply

Job Title: Private Public Sector Alliances Director
Ref Id: 1702001135
Location: Abuja, Nigeria
Job Type: Full-Time

Position Summary

  • The objective of the West Africa Trade and Investment Activity is to improve private sector competitiveness with a focus on increasing the agricultural productivity and profitability of smallholder farmers in Nigeria, and promoting West Africa’s regional and international trade.
  • The Activity comprises of three main components:
    • Design of a Competitiveness Fund for private sector partnerships;
    • Administration of the Competitiveness Fund to develop private sector partnerships and provide grants; and
    • Technical assistance (TA) that directly supports, coordinates, and organizes qualifying recipients (i.e., partners and grantees) to achieve USAID’s trade and food security objectives.
  • The Trade Hub will contribute to both USAID/Nigeria’s Feed the Future objectives related to increasing the agricultural competitiveness of smallholder farmers in Nigeria as well as USAID/West Africa’s objective to increase broad-based growth and resilience.

Reporting & Supervision:

  • Reporting directly to the DCOP, the Director / Private Public Sector Alliances will support the COP and the AgCompete to develop and maintain strong partnerships with the private sector partners, including agroprocessors, cooperatives, etc., financial institutions, and other private sector organizations in relevant market systems.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Develops and maintains strong partnerships with private sector organizations, cooperatives, partners, collaborators and financial institutions;
  • Facilitates relationships between value chain actors including smallholders, traders, financial institutions, buyers, processors and agribusiness;
  • Organizes and facilitates discussions on agribusiness investment-related policy issues involving representatives of the private and public sector, with a view to reach consensus on improved policies;
  • Facilitates high level market linkages to add value to specific value chains. This includes cluster creation with value chain actors from the smallholder field to anchor firm level.
  • Responds to requests from donor and supervisors as needed.

Expected Outcomes:

  • Delivers and maintains excellent relationships with critical clients;
  • Dynamic representation of Creative before private and public sector clients and critical audiences;
  • Achieves component deliverables.

Required Skills & Qualifications

  • At least a Master’s degree in Business, Economics, Accounting, Finance or other relevant field (or, alternately, a Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field and 5 additional years of relevant experience);
  • At least 10 years of relevant work experience, including experience with a Contractor or international NGO managing an office or program;
  • Prior relevant experience with USAID or USAID-funded projects is required;
  • At least 5 years of experience in senior role facilitating private sector investments in agribusinesses;
  • Experience managing projects and/or an office with culturally diverse teams and working with counterparts from other cultures;
  • Prior experience in Nigeria required;
  • Excellent oral and written English required.


  • Required – ENGLISH

Interested and qualified candidates should:Click here to apply


  • Local and regional candidates strongly encouraged to apply.
  • Position contingent upon donor funding.
  • Only finalists will be contacted. No phone calls, please.


4. Weekend Customer Service Advisor Job Vacancy at Tekra Global Concepts Limited


Tekra Global Concepts Limited is an indigenous company in Nigeria. We aim at setting the standard of excellence in car rental services, with the sole purpose of providing our clients comfortable and safe transport services on corporate and individual request.

At Tekra Global Concepts limited we bring together people of high-calibre talent. We work with smart, interesting people with diverse backgrounds to solve the biggest challenges across private, public and social sectors.

We are seeking to recruit suitably qualified candidates for the position below:

Job Title: Weekend Customer Service Advisor
Location: Abuja

Job Description

  • Handling of Calls
  • Keeping Records


  • Female NYSC Corpers and OND holders only
  • Abuja residents only.

How to Apply

Interested and qualified candidates should send their CV to: careers@tekraglobalconcepts.com

Note: Role is open until a suitable candidate is found.


5. Latest Vacancies at Cornerstone Insurance Plc

Cornerstone Insurance Plc, is the first insurance company in Nigeria to provide customers with an online platform for insurance transactions. Little wonder why Cornerstone Insurance PLC was adjudged as the ‘Best use of IT in insurance Service 2013’ by the Financial Technology Magazine and also Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry Awards for ‘Best Online Insurance Company of the Year 2015 to name a few.

We are recruiting to fill the vacant position below:

Job Title: Business Development Officer
Halal Takaful, Abuja

Job Descriptions

  • Promote the sale of Takaful Insurance to individuals, schools, Islamic religious bodies and corporate organisations.
  • Participate in the training of new marketers in the branch
  • Engage actively in the marketing of Takaful products
  • Explore retail and cooperate end of the branch axis
  • Create and maintain strong relationship with existing and potential customers
  • Ensure excellent service delivery and timely response to client need
  • Management of company resources at the branch
  • Ensuring that set performance targets are met.
  • Any other duties as may be assigned.

Job Title: Sales and Marketing Executive

Job Description

  • Identification and prospection of new businesses
  • Client’s relationship management
  • Ensuring that commensurate premium to the risks placed are negotiated and collected
  • Build up new prospect of at least 10 clients weekly.
  • Ensure that all direct market clients get their renewal notices 2 month before renewal date.
  • Explore retail and cooperate end of the branch axis
  • Create and maintain strong relationship with existing and potential customers
  • Ensuring that set performance targets are met.
  • Assisting the Branch Manager with key responsibilities as assigned
  • Any other duties as may be assigned.

Job Title: 
Tax and Reconciliation Officer

Job Descriptions

  • Banks Reconciliation on monthly basis.
  • Tax Management, Review, Computation, Remittance on monthly basis.
  • Ensure preparation of schedules for Statutory payments such as VAT, WHT, PAYE and ensure remittance to appropriate tax Authority.
  • Monthly Ledger review.
  • Liaising with external Tax consultant on tax issues and queries..
  • Bank Confirmation
  • ERM reporting.
  • Other duties as assigned from time to time.

How to Apply

Interested and qualified candidates should send their CV to: human-capital@cornerstone.com.ng

Application Deadline 27th December, 2018.


6. Job For Employee Human Resources Manager at General Electric

GE is the world’s Digital Industrial Company, transforming industry with software-defined machines and solutions that are connected, responsive and predictive. Through our people, leadership development, services, technology and scale, GE delivers better outcomes for global customers by speaking the language of industry.

We are recruiting to fill the position below:



Job Title: Employee Human Resources Manager
Ref No: 3228277
Locations: Abuja, Nigeria, Ghana
Job Function: Human Resources
Business Segment:  Healthcare Human Resources

Role Summary

  • In this role, you will be the first point of contact for People Leaders and employees to provide counsel, coaching and support on HR fundamentals and employee related questions.
  • You will execute our key HR initiatives, providing available and responsive internal employee support, and driving HR functional excellence and process improvement.
  • You will also act as the HR manager of record for a client group.
  • This role covers West & Central Africa including Nigeria & Ghana.

Essential Responsibilities

  • Partner with HR Business Partners and O&TD professionals to execute business-specific HR strategies
  • Ensure that all employee relations issues are properly identified, reported, investigated and resolved
  • Provide advice and counsel to managers and employees to ensure consistent application and integration of policies, procedures and practices at 100% compliance to promote an ethical and compliant work environment
  • Lead key HR processes including compensation planning and compliance
  • Conduct HR training and support for functional processes like PD, Session C, Salary Planning, New Employee Orientation and New Manager Assimilation
  • Assist with other HR special projects or initiatives as needed
  • Maintain and protect confidential data with utmost scrutiny, judgment, and care
  • Provide dedicated guidance and coaching to multiple senior leaders and employees within a complex business environment, including supporting multiple matrixed organizations with acquired businesses, union relations, or global footprints
  • Provide dedicated guidance and coaching to multiple managers and employees with specific focus on: employee advocacy/engagement, HR fundamentals and process training, employee relations management, performance management, career development, talent assessment, acquisition and retention and workplace investigations as appropriate
  • Provide employees and managers with an available first point of contact for questions and guidance on fundamental HR topics and issues; escalates concerns beyond their scope to HR Business Partners; navigates employees and manager to HR Services when it is the more appropriate resource


  • Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited university or college in related area (or a high school graduate/GED or equivalent
  • Minimum 6 years of relevant HR work experience (can include internships)
  • Required to travel % of the time (if applicable)
  • French speaking capability will be an added advantage.

Desired Characteristics:

  • Strong interest in innovative HR solutions and process improvement
  • Understanding of HR concepts and principles with expertise in a specialty area such as staffing, analytics, facilitation, etc
  • Strong problem solving skills; ability to make independent decisions, manage conflicting priorities in a fast paced environment
  • Sound knowledge of local labor laws and government requirements
  • Detailed-oriented with excellent organizational & documentation skills
  • Proponent of the segmented HR model, understands the benefits
  • Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Human Resources
  • GE HRLP Graduate or graduate of a similar program
  • PHR/SPHR certification
  • Passionate, employee advocate who wants to make a difference in the organization by helping employees succeed
  • Approachable and responsive resource able to connect with employees at all levels
  • Desires employee-facing work; willingness to make horizontal moves to develop HR expertise
  • Strong customer service focus, with a high level of responsiveness
  • Supportive team player with a strong drive to create a positive work environment; ability to diffuse a tense situation
  • Applies solid judgment ensuring integrity, compliance, & confidentiality

How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should:
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7. Vacant Job For Consultant at UN Women

UN Women – In July 2010, the United Nations General Assembly created UN Women, the United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women. In doing so, UN Member States took an historic step in accelerating the Organization’s goals on gender equality and the empowerment of women. The creation of UN Women came about as part of the UN reform agenda, bringing together resources and mandates for greater impact. It merges and builds on the important work of four previously distinct parts of the UN system, which focused exclusively on gender equality and women’s empowerment.

We are recruiting to fill the position below:

Job Title: Consultant, Final Evaluation of the Project ‘Mobilizing Communities to End Sexual Based Violence Against Girls in Local District of Abuja Municipal Area Council’
Type of Contract: Individual Contract
Post Level: National Consultant
Languages Required: English
Starting Date: (date when the selected candidate is expected to start) 15th January, 2019.
Duration of Initial Contract: 50 Days


The UN Trust Fund to End Violence Against Women (UNTF) is a global multi-lateral grant making mechanism supporting national efforts to prevent and end violence against women and girls. The UN Trust Fund was established through the UN General Assembly Resolution 50/166 in 1996 with UN Women as its Administrator on behalf of the UN system. The UN Trust Fund provides grants to advance the development of innovative models and strategic interventions in the area of ending violence against women and girls. Grantees – comprising governments and non-governmental organizations – have engaged diverse actors, such as women’s, men’s, adolescents and youth groups, indigenous communities, religious and traditional leaders, human rights organizations and the media. To date, the UN Trust Fund has awarded US $129 million to 463 initiatives in 139 countries and territories.

The UN Trust Fund introduced external evaluation as a mandatory stage of project cycle management for all grantees in 2012 in recognition of the importance of evaluation to align with UN Women policies and procedures. Since then more than 100 external evaluations have been produced. One of the key objectives set out in the UN Trust Fund’s Strategy 2015-2020 is to create an evidence and learning hub to collect and reflect on the depth of knowledge and lessons learned through the work of its grantees. This will be achieved through:

  • Improving the UN Trust Fund’s evaluation practice and results monitoring to produce high quality, useful evidence;
  • Investing in longer term projects that can achieve results at scale and generate lessons on impact (for example the “invitation only” window of funding led to a second generation of UN Trust Fund grantees that have replicated, scaled-up and adapted project methodologies);
  • And supporting grantees to improve their own capacity in data collection, monitoring and evaluation, and in generating evidence.

In 2016, the UN Trust Fund’s Call for Proposals (Cycle 20) specified that final, external evaluations would be centralized for projects implemented by small organizations receiving small grants[1] —presenting an opportunity to build upon existing capacity development activities and move toward a coaching relationship with evaluation task mangers from small CSOs.

Project Context

  • The 2014 Nigerian Survey Report on Violence against Children (VAC), revealed that 1 in 4 Nigerian girls experience sexual violence (SV) before age 18, with a low disclosure rate of 38%.
  • It also reveals that only 16% of girls who experience SV are aware of a place to seek help, with just 5% actually seeking help and 4% receiving the help needed.
  • To address these issues, the Government of Nigeria launched a call to action for relevant agencies and NGO’s to join the fight to end this menace of which this project is responding to.
  • In addition, Wumba and Dushe Communities are beset with economic issues of poverty, unemployment, high population density and an increasingly heated political climate with the Presidential and Gubernatorial elections scheduled to hold in Nigeria in February 2019. Sexual violence, gang culture, drug abuse, child prostitution and teenage pregnancy remain major problems.
  • The culture of silence regarding Sexual Based Violence against Girls (SBVAG) is still high but activities of the Community Child Protection Committees and the Female Mentors which have both been established in both project communities have led to increased awareness of the effects and need to prevent and report such cases.

Project Description

  • To achieve this, SOAR has implemented a strategy in which youth, especially girls, have been engaged throughout the project life cycle—from determining how sexual violence manifests and affects girls within communities, to deciding what should be done to curtail it, and involvement in creating community-based child protection committees (CCPC) mechanisms needed to respond to SBVAG. School girls have also been trained to assert their rights, recognize and report sexual abuse and share peer information on SBVAG. In-school Girls Clubs were also created as safe spaces for continuous capacity building and confidential disclosures.
  • The main focus of SOAR Initiative on an institutional level is to address the prevalence and consequences of child sexual abuse by providing prevention and survivor support solutions. Within the last 5 years, SOAR concentrated efforts, through a girl’s empowerment program, to build the capacity of in-schoolgirls to assert their rights, recognize sexual abuse, refuse it, report it and then speak out against it through awareness raising activities with peers.
  • Mobilizing Communities to End Sexual Based Violence against Girls in Local District of Abuja Municipal Area Council has been implemented by the Sexual Offences Awareness & Victims Rehabilitation Initiative (SOAR) with a small grant award of USD 115,412 from the UN Trust Fund. The project started 1 March 2017 and will end on 28 February 2019. It is therefore within the final six months of implementation.
  • Primary beneficiaries are girls and adolescents in two rural communities of Abuja. Secondary beneficiaries include members of the community as well as educators in local schools.
  • With this two-year grant, SOAR has been able to mobilize grassroots communities and schools to develop local mechanisms to protect girls from sexual violence in Dushe and Wumba communities. The indented result is that the capacity of local peer leaders, responsible for ensuring these mechanisms work, as well as that of school girls, is strengthened to develop action plans and community-based referral mechanisms to respond to SBVAG within the project communities and link survivors to required multi-sectoral services.

Results Chain

Project Goal: Girls (8 to 18years) involved in the project in Dushe and Wumba communities of the FCT have improved safety and support against SBVAG by February 2019.

Local Child Protection Mechanisms in Dushe and Wumba Communities of the FCT have improved structures, attitudes and behaviors to protect and support community girls against SBVAG by February 2019:

  • Community members and girls involved in the project have improved knowledge about SBVAG and the need to break the silence and address it:
    • Conduct advocacy meetings with traditional and community leaders in Dushe and Wumba communities on SBVAG.
    • Organize Community meetings to discuss issues of SBVAG, establish and review community-based child protection structures.
    • Organize monthly Kids Clubs in the project communities to sensitize the community children about SBVAG, the need to break the silence and report it
    • Trainings per month of community girls to assert their rights, recognize sexual abuse, report it and share this information with their peers (to be facilitated by the trained mentors)
  • Members of community child protection groups which are established and trained during the project period in Dushe and Wumba Communities in the FCT have action plans in place and better understanding of their roles in preventing and responding to SBVAG in the project communities:
  • Day training of Community Child Protection Committees of Dushe and Wumba on SBVAG and how to address it
  • Day weekly strategic planning meeting for 4 weeks to establish the CCPC structures and action plans
  • Day training of Female Mentors of Dushe and Wumba Communities to train and mentor community girls on SBVAG issues
  • Joint CCPC training on reporting and sustainability
  • Referral Mechanisms are set up between the Child Protection Committees in the project communities and service providers of sexual violence:
  • Day Consultative meeting between the CCPCs and SBVAG service providers
  • Day Consultative meeting between the SBVAG service providers and the CCPC to strengthen linkages and referral system
  • Community Stakeholders Forum to review project results and strengthen visibility and referral linkages of the CCPC

Schools serving girls from Dushe and Wumba communities are better able to respond to SBVAG and protect them from sexual violence and exploitation by February 2019:

  • Members of School based Management Committees, PTA’s, counsellors and teachers of project schools serving girls from Dushe and Wumba Communities, have increased knowledge about SBVAG and have in place the required action plans needed to address SBVAG in their schools:
  • Day training of School based Management Committees, PTA of project schools in Dushe and Wumba communities to address SBVAG in their schools held in 2 sessions
  • Day training of school counsellors and teachers of project schools in Dushe and Wumba communities to address SBVAG and build skill to mentor girls in the Girls Clubs in their schools
  • In schoolgirls exposed to the project activities have increased knowledge on SBVAG, how to recognize it, refuse the abuser’s approach, protect themselves and share this information with their peers:Day training of in-schoolgirls as peer educators to assert their rights, recognize sexual abuse, report it and share this information with their peers
  • Conduct sensitization rallies and debates and quiz competition amongst the project schools to break the silence on SBVAG and to encourage disclosures
  • Handbook Review meeting.

Purpose of the evaluation & justification for the consultancy

  • This consultancy is intended to provide the UN Trust Fund Secretariat with an external, independent, final evaluation of the project ‘Mobilizing Communities to End Sexual Based Violence against Girls in Local District of Abuja Municipal Area Council in Nigeria’, implemented by the Sexual Offences Awareness & Victims Rehabilitation Initiative in Dushe and Wumba, Abuja, Nigeria.
  • The presents an opportunity for learning what works and doesn’t work for women and girls—particularly, the girl child. Being, of course, aligned with UN Trust Fund focus areas, the location and context within which the project was implemented is also seen as a strategic geographic location.
  • With progress reports reflecting progress toward the project goal, there is also an opportunity to learn what mechanisms and practices have (or have not) enabled efficient functioning of the team.

Scope and Objectives
Evaluation scope:

  • Timeframe: to cover the entire project duration (1 March 2017 to 28 February 2019)
  • Geographical Coverage: Dushe and Wumba
  • Target groups to be covered: primary and secondary beneficiaries, as well as key stakeholders

Evaluation Objectives include:

  • Evaluating the entire two-year project against the effectiveness, relevance, efficiency, sustainability and impact criteria, as well as the cross-cutting gender equality and human rights criteria; and
  • Identifying key lessons and promising or emerging good practices in the field of ending violence against women and girls, for learning purposes.

Evaluation questions

  • Was the programme design logical and coherent in: a) taking into account the roles, capacities and commitment of stakeholders; and, b) in realistically achieving the planned outputs?
  • To what extent were the intended project goal, outcomes and outputs (project results) achieved and how?
  • Did the project develop and build the capacities of local peer leaders to develop action plans and community-based referral mechanisms to respond to SBVAG within the project communities? To link survivors to required multi-sectoral services?
  • What mechanisms enabled or constrained girls’ capacity to engage peers regarding SBVAG?


  • To what extent do the achieved results (project goal, outcomes and outputs) continue to be relevant to the needs of youth and adolescents in Dushe and Wumba?
  • To what extent does the programme respond to the international framework to prevent and respond to violence against women, such as CEDAW, Beijing Platform Action and women’s human rights principles?


  • To what extent was the project efficiently and cost-effectively implemented?
  • How efficiently does the programme management monitor programme performance and results?
  • Have resources (funds, human resources, time, expertise, etc.) for integrating human rights and gender equality been allocated strategically to achieve results? What were the benefits, costs or consequences?


  • To what extent will the achieved results, especially any positive changes in the lives of the girl child and adolescents (project goal level), be sustained after this project ends?
  • How have stakeholders been involved in programme implementation? How effective has the programme been in establishing local ownership?
  • Can the programme approach or results be replicated or scaled up by national partners? What would support their replication and scaling up?


  • To what extent has the project contributed to ending violence against women, gender equality and/or women’s empowerment (both intended and unintended impact)?
  • To what extent has an enabling or adaptable environment been developed (or not) for real change on gender equality and human rights – particularly the rights of the girl child, in Dushe and Wumba? In neighboring communities?

Knowledge Generation:

  • To what extent has the project generated knowledge, promising or emerging practices in the field of EVAW/G that should be documented and shared with other practitioners?

Gender Equality and Human Rights:

  • Cross-cutting criteria: the evaluation should consider the extent to which human rights based and gender responsive approaches have been incorporated through-out the project and to what extent.

Evaluation Methodology

  • During the inception phase, it is expected that the evaluator(s) will work in consultation with SOAR and key stakeholders to refine the methodology and identify the stakeholders who will be interviewed and surveyed, as well as the rationale for selection (sampling framework). This should include a more detailed work plan (field visits in Abuja), timeline and deliverables for the data collection and analysis stage of the process as well as any limitations and constraints to set expectations for the evaluation.
  • Applicants are required to submit a proposed design of the evaluation and the methodology. The methodological design and approach to the evaluation must be gender-responsive and therefore ensure that human rights and gender quality are respected, addressed and promoted throughout the exercise.
  • It is expected that the consultant(s) conduct a desk review of background documentation from SOAR to refine the evaluation methodology proposed. Data sources may include, but are not limited to: SOAR ProDoc, baseline survey data, monitoring data, progress reports, end line data and report (when available).
  • Mixed-methods are encouraged along with a high level of stakeholder participation. Data collection methods could include: questionnaires/surveys to be completed by SOAR partners; interview questions to be completed with Key Informants from selected SOAR partners; proposed criteria and checklists to review and assess documentation from SOAR; focus group discussion questionnaires to be carried out with SOAR partners and stakeholders, etc.

Evaluation Ethics

  • Protect the rights of respondents, including privacy and confidentiality;
  • Elaborate on how informed consent will be obtained and to ensure that the names of individuals consulted during data collection will not be made public;
  • Consider additional risks and need for parental consent due to the fact that the project involves children (under 18 years old[2]);
  • The evaluator/s must be trained in collecting sensitive information and specifically data relating to violence against women and select any members of the evaluation team on these issues;
  • Data collection tools must be designed in a way that is culturally appropriate and does not create distress for respondents;
  • Data collection visits should be organized at the appropriate time and place to minimize risk to respondents;
  • The interviewer or data collector must be able to provide information on how individuals in situations of risk can seek support (referrals to organizations that can provided counseling support, for example).
  • It is expected that the consultant will ensure that the confidentiality and independence of judgment are maintained, and that findings and recommendations are independently presented. The consultant will operate in an impartial and unbiased manner and give a balanced presentation of strengths and weaknesses of the issues being assessed. The consultant must disclose in writing any experience, which may give rise to a potential conflict of interest, and to deal honestly in resolving any conflict of interest which may arise.
  • The evaluator must also put in place specific safeguards and protocols to protect the safety (both physical and psychological) of respondents and those collecting the data as well as to prevent harm. This must ensure the rights of the individual are protected and participation in the evaluation does not result in further violation of their rights. The evaluator/s must have a plan in place to:

Required Skills and Experience

  • Master’s degree or equivalent in Social Sciences, Human Rights, gender/women’s studies, international development, or a related field is required.


  • Experience in collecting and analyzing quantitative and qualitative data as well as data visualization;
  • In-depth knowledge of gender equality and women’s empowerment;
  • A strong commitment to delivering timely and high-quality results, i.e. credible evaluation and its report that can be used;
  • A strong team leadership and management track record, as well as interpersonal and communication skills to help ensure that the evaluation is understood and used;
  • Good communication skills and ability to communicate with various stakeholders and to express concisely and clearly ideas and concepts;
  • Regional/Country experience and knowledge: in-depth knowledge of West Africa is required.
  • At least 10 years in conducting external evaluations, with mixed-methods evaluation skills and having flexibility in using non-traditional and innovative evaluation methods;
  • Expertise in gender and human-rights based approaches to evaluation and issues of violence against women and girls;
  • Experience with program design and theory of change, gender-responsive evaluation, participatory approaches and stakeholder engagement;
  • Specific evaluation experiences in the areas of ending violence against women and girls;


  • Full proficiency in English (written and spoken).

Core Values:

  • Respect for Diversity;
  • Integrity;

Core Competencies:

  • Inclusive Collaboration;
  • Stakeholder Engagement;
  • Leading by Example.
  • Awareness and Sensitivity Regarding Gender Issues;
  • Accountability;
  • Creative Problem Solving;
  • Effective Communication;

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

Click Here to Download UN Personal History Form (P11) – MS Word

Application Deadline 3rd January, 2019.


  • All applications must include (as an attachment) the completed UN Women Personal History form (P-11) which can be downloaded from the link above
  • Kindly note that the system will only allow one attachment hence the need to add your proposal and resume into the same document as the signed P11.
  • Applications without the completed UN Women P-11 form will be treated as incomplete and will not be considered for further assessment.