Search for Common Ground seeks a professional and highly motivated Project Coordinator who will be responsible for managing the implementation of the Electoral Empowerment of Civil Society Project (EECSP) project in the project state.
S / he is responsibility for ensuring high quality delivery of outputs of the project including organization of workshop, managing state level see grant activities.
work with the Media Manager in the implementation of state level media activities and Design, Monitoring and Evaluation (DME) team in monitoring and evaluation of seed grants and other project activities.
S / he will oversee project reporting and evaluation by seed granted organizations and coordinate post-election dialogues.
S / he will work under the direct supervision of the Senior Program and Policy Analyst.
To respond to the challenges of the 2015 election and promote sustainable long-term CSO engagement in electoral and political processes, the Electoral Empowerment of Civil Society Project (EECSP) Consortium is implementing a five-
2) improve management within Nigerian partner CSOs; and 3) increase participation by marginalized groups in Nigerian political processes.
The Consortium includes the National Democratic Institute (NDI) as the lead partner, World Learning (WL), the Center for Democratic Development Ghana (CDD-
Ghana) Search for Common Ground (SFCG). In the one-year extension of the project (Year 6) Search’s intervention will also contribute to Objective 3 : Increased Participation by Marginalized Groups in Nigerian Political Processes and special focus on Violence Mitigation for 2019 Polls in the Middle Belt (Plateau and Benue) and the Northeast (Borno and Adamawa) regions and Bayelsa and Kogi states in their off-
season election later in 2019. The activities of this project would be implemented in two phases. The first phase would focus on the federal and state level elections in Plateau and Benue states in the North Central, and Borno and Adamawa states in the North East, with intensive activities between January and March 2019, with selected activities continuing in the post-
election period. The second phase of proposed activities will be for gubernatorial elections in Kogi and Bayelsa states from July to December 2019.
Roles and Responsibilities
election dialogue workshops and facilitate the workshops.
Documentation and Reporting
As job descriptions cannot be exhaustive, the position holder may be required to undertake other duties that are broadly in line with the above key duties.
Terms of Consultancy
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The consultant is not entitled to any fringe benefits from SFCG, including but not limited to sick leave, health or life insurance and pension plan.
Required Qualifications and Experience
Other Relevant Requirements
This application will close on Thursday, 11th July, 2019.
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