Education Coordinator – Nigeria
FHI 360
Lagos, NG
2d ago
source : NGRJobs


  • The Education Coordinator will be the technical lead, and provide quality assurance, for all education interventions across the KKJ states.
  • S / he will oversee a team of technical officers and will coordinate with other technical leads on the project, as well as with consortium partners.
  • She / he may provide leadership support if requested by the Chief of Party.
  • S / he will collaborate with the CoP, GESI Specialist, MEL Specialist, sub-grantees, FCDO, and local government and community stakeholders to design, deliver, monitor and evaluate programme activities to improve foundational skills for marginalised learners and their families.
  • The Education Coordinator will ensure that activities and materials are evidence based, contextualized, responsive to changing needs, and coordinated with other education, health, WASH and nutrition activities in Northwest Nigeria.
  • A major focus will be on providing technical support to sub-grantees and ensuring that they deliver services on time, on budget and with strong fidelity of implementation.
  • Throughout the programme the Education Coordinator will maintain positive relationships with donors, government officials, INGO partners, and community leaders.
  • Minimum Requirements

  • Master’s Degree in Education, International Development, or a related field.
  • 8+ years of experience supporting complex donor-funded education activities in challenging environments with at least three years of supervisory experience.
  • Demonstrated experience in instructional methods to improve foundational skills (literacy and / or numeracy)
  • Familiarity with evidence-based community interventions that support foundational skills.
  • Experience mobilizing communities to address barriers to education and reduce harmful social norms.
  • Experience managing large-scale activities including strategic planning, work planning, contingency planning and report writing.
  • Strong understanding of monitoring, evaluation and learning (MEL) activities and experience working with MEL counterparts to measure, learn from and adapt programming.
  • Demonstrated experience developing and implementing education programming that is flexible and responsive to changing needs and security
  • Proven ability to coordinate with government representatives, non-governmental organizations, and community stakeholders.
  • Experience working in the primary education sector in Northwest Nigeria. Knowledge of the barriers to education that girls and marginalized children face in KKJ.
  • Experience developing high-quality donor reports for UK-funded programs or other international donors.
  • Fluency in English required. Fluency in Hausa strongly preferred.
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