Deadline: 13 April 2021
Plan International is currently seeking applications from the eligible applicants for the post of Child Protection in Emergency (CPiE) Officer in Maiduguri, Nigeria.
Plan International is an independent development and humanitarian organization that advances children’s rights and equality for girls.
Key Job Responsibilities
The Child Protection in Emergency (CPiE) Officer will perform the following functions:
- Program Management
- Supervise and provide oversight and guidance to project case workers and volunteers to ensure quality deliverables at field level.
- Support field monitoring of implementing partner to align and coordinate interventions of the project including timely reporting.
- Ensure timely completion and submission of regular reporting.
- Finance, Admin and Logistics
- Support project Coordinator to follow-up with Logistics and admin Coordinator, Financial coordinator, and other Programme Managers to ensure coordinated planning and efficient and timely procurement and use of supplies necessary for the smooth running of the programme.
- Monitor and manage programme expenditure and budgets, ensuring resources are optimally utilized and spending is in line with Plan International financial procedures and Donor requirements.
- Monitoring and evaluation
- Support M&E team in Data management and reporting related to project targets and impact.
- Conduct timely routine activity quality monitoring activities, including field-site and post-distribution monitoring – ensure data is shared in a timely fashion with the MEAL Team and department manager.
- Ensure consistent and effective networking and coordination at field level (UN sub- sector WGs, Government authorities and relevant NGOs).
- Donor Compliance
- Participate in developing donor proposals budgets and reporting to ensure they are delivered in a timely manner in accordance donor requirements.
- Participate in the revision of SOPs when necessary and other security related duties
- Provide safety and security management where relevant to all project staff the field in respect to implementation activities according Plan International Security Standard Operating Procedures.
Applicant must have:
- Bachelors’ Degree or equivalent with experience in INGO with at least 2 year’s work experience in humanitarian response in the North East is preferred.
- At least 2 year’s experience in child protection, gender-based violence and or SRH programming.
- Minimum 2 year’s direct CPiE/GBViE Case management, psychosocial support / counselling experience with a reputable agency.
- Experience working with survivors of violence in emergency preferred.
- Experience in community participatory techniques and community mobilization.
- Experience in use of GBVIMS / CPiE and other GBV databases is a strong advantage.
- Strong ability to lead women centres and child friendly spaces preferred.
- Knowledge and ability to speak Hausa and Kanuri is an added advantage and established international GBV standards, methodology and tools.
- Computer skills (MS Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint).
- Excellent report-writing skills is an additive.
- Applicants from Borno State are encouraged to apply.
- Proficiency in Microsoft Excel.
- Strong data analysis skills and experience.
- Ability to cope with stressful situations
- Facilitate the development and scheduling of volunteer outreach activities.
- Excellent community mobilization skills.
- Strong communication skills oral, written and presentation skills.
How to Apply
Applicants must submit applications through online process.
For more information, visit Plan International.