Deadline: 8 March 2018
United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund (UNICEF) is currently seeking applications from the eligible applicants for the post of Child Protection in Abuja, Nigeria.
UNICEF works for a world in which every child has a fair chance in life.
Key Jobs Responsibilities
The Child Protection will perform the following functions-
- Work plan submitted to UNICEF Nigeria with agreed strategy, tasks, deliverables and time frame for the completion of the assignment.
- Powerpoint presentation and Word draft of simplified methodology and findings submitted to UNICEF Nigeria.
- Brief Advocacy strategy for the dissemination and use of key findings including key steps, expected results and timeframe submitted to UNICEF Nigeria.
- Â Report of the Validation event completed successfully.
- Technical inputs provided to the consolidation of advocacy materials based on the Economic Burden of VAC Findings.
- A Report of advocacy meetings attended and facilitated successfully in Abuja and the 4 Focus States (Gombe, Plateau, Lagos, Cross River) based on findings from the Economic Burden of VAC Study for Nigeria.
Applicants must have-
- Advanced University Degree (Master’s and above) in Public Health, Economics, Statistics or related science.
- Over 10 years of research and advocacy experience in the field of health macroeconomics and statistical analysis.
- Experience and expertise in the field of child welfare, violence against children or interpersonal violence as a public health issue is an asset.
- Demonstrable Experience working and advocating with Nigerian government at Federal and/or State level is a strong asset.
- Experience in undertaking research and advocacy on the subject matter for other international organizations is an asset.
- Strong English report writing skills and a proven record of producing high quality research and advocacy materials.
- Strong communication and advocacy skills – both oral and written.
How to Apply
Applicants must submit their applications through online process.
For more information, please visit UNICEF.