Location : Lagos
Employment Type : Contract
About the Position
WorldFish seeks to recruit an experienced consultant to work as a Project Officer to lead the development and provide oversight for implementation of all project activities in Nigeria as well as engage and communicate with key partners, stakeholders and support WorldFish activities.
The consultant will also need to organize, assist in the organization, and actively participate in workshops, meetings, training and networking activities, follow, monitor, and keep records for the daily work in the project site of fish cages and write regular reports for the progress with all project activities.
The Consultant will be responsible to :
Multiple follow up visits to the demonstration site with providing monthly report.
Arrange for meetings, workshops, exchange visits and report on each activity.
Create networking groups for communication with documentation.
Support in procurement of equipment needed for some aquaculture institutions (laboratory retooling).
Help and supervise the procurement of genetically improved seed.
Support feeding team with formulation of fish feed from local available sources.
Collect data on fish performance throughout the entire production cycle.
Follow up with consultants on all required consultancy work.
Undertake any other assignment from the supervisors.
This opportunity might be suitable for you if you have the below skills and qualifications :
At least 3 years’ professional experience in aquaculture with specific experience in cage aquaculture technologies with demonstrated success.
Demonstrated knowledge and experience in aquaculture training.
Experience managing and delivering on studies in a timely manner.
Being a resident near the project site area in Afowo Badagry, Lagos in Nigeria.
Terms of Appointment
This position is an excellent opportunity to gain knowledge and experience with an international research and development organization.
The successful candidate should be available to commence by middle of May 2021 as soon as possible up until 31 January 2022.
This position is open to national applicants.
Language(s) required :
English (Native / Fluent writing and oral skills) and local Nigeria language.