Job position- Project Officer
Work location -Maiduguri
Reporting to - Program Manager
Supervision of - N / A
General-purpose of the position
Under the direct supervision of the Program Manager, the Project Officer (PO) shall contribute to all aspects of Project Cycle Management (PCM) of the project.
This includes a contribution to operational planning and supervision of project delivery, project staff, quality management, accountability and compliance with humanitarian and donor requirements.
The PO will liaise closely with MEAL and accountability the department, logistics, HR, and finance horizontally and vertically through the PM.
Tasks and Main Responsibilities
Supports in the operational planning, implementation and monitoring of NHF project in close collaboration with the OFDA project Medical Activities Managers (MAM), WASH supervisors, Senior Protection Officers (SPOs), logistics officer,
assigned MEAL staff, and the Accountability Officer.
Supports the PM in planning and tracking budget expenditures and accountability, ensuring that cash held by staff are closed in a timely manager.
Monitors and consolidates sector leave plans and shares with PM for approval and onward submission to HR and ensures strict adherence to leave schedule.
Enhances teamwork and capacity building in order to ensure the delivery of quality aid to beneficiaries and their communities.
Leads the coordination with HR regarding the recruitment of national staff, including drafting staff requests based upon JDs shared by line managers and ensures timely integration of new staff into teams.
Supports the PM and security coordinator in enforcing security compliance by staff, including obtaining movement clearances, reporting of security incidents etc.,
Supports the PM, HR and Line Managers in enforcing compliance with Organization’s policies and humanitarian principles, ensuring that there is a safe space for reporting and / or whistleblowing breach of Code of Conduct, fraud, etc.
Supports MEAL in planning and supervising field data collection, and the PM in monitoring all field activities and tracking the performance of project performance indicators against the agreed targets and reviewing log frames, theories of change, context analyses and needs assessments that would inform programming.
Leads in preparing PRs, following up with procurements to ensure that goods and services are delivered just in time and supervise distribution plans and reports.
Minimum of Bachelor’s Degree in Social Sciences, Business Management, Economics or another related field.
A Certifications in Project management is desirable.
Minimum 3-5 years’ project management experience in multinational working environment
Minimum 3-year experience with recognized INGO
Knowledge of Project Cycle Management
Excellent networking skills, cultural sensitivity and adaptability
High degree of negotiation and strong communication skills with ability to express ideas and concepts clearly and persuasively with senior members of the humanitarian community as well as with field practitioners.
Ability to work with a reasonable level of comfort in high tension and high security risk situations.
Ability to maintain performance expectations in diverse cultural contexts, psychologically stressful environments and physical hardships.
Understands work from a process point of view and uses measurement and accountability systems effectively.
Knowledge of NGO and Humanitarian industry
Computer literacy (MS Excel, MS Word)
Good organizational skills Ability and willingness to travel between across locations of implementation within LGA
Good command of written and spoken English, Kanuri and / or Hausa Language