New Jobs at the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC)

The International Federation of Red Cross and Red
Crescent Societies (IFRC) is the world’s largest humanitarian network,
reaching 150 million people each year through its 190 member National
Societies. The Organisation acts before, during and after disasters and
health emergences to meet the
needs and improve the lives of vulnerable
people.

The Africa Regional Business Group is organized through cluster offices
covering the National Societies in Eastern Africa, Southern Africa, West
Coast, Sahel and Central Africa as well as country offices in Liberia,
Sierra Leone, Sudan, Republic of South Sudan, Chad, Niger, Nigeria,
Somalia.
The NS/IFRC carried out several needs and capacity assessment in the
last months. As a result of the deteriorating situation, an EPOA was
done. This EPoA would target a total more than 300.000 people most in
need of urgent assistance, specially IDPs and returnees in the NE States
of Borno, Adamawa and Yobe to be assisted with food, water, sanitation
and hygiene, education, resilience building, community health services
(primary health), psychosocial support (PSS), livelihoods as well as
cash transfers.
We are looking to hire qualified and dynamic Nigeria to fill the vacant position below:


Job Title: Driver
Reference No: IFRC-A-DRV-Y-002 or IFRC-A-DRV-A-003
Location: 3 in Yobe and 3 in Adamawa
Contracts Length: 6 Months
Classification Level: TBC
Organizational Unit/ Duty Station: Nigeria Country Cluster Office
Immediate Supervisor’s Title: Head of Nigeria Complex Operation
Technical Manager’s Title: Regional Fleet Unit
Slot: 6
Job Purpose

  • Reporting to the Head of Nigeria Complex Operation/Logistics
    Delegate, the Driver will be in charge of driving the Abuja Country
    Cluster team, the operation team and the materials/equipment in the
    operation’s areas and will perform as necessary miscellaneous
    job-related duties.
  • Note that this position is based in the operational NE States at Yobe or Adamawa.

Job Duties and Responsibilities
The Driver is responsible for:

  • Drive assigned vehicles according to IFRC’s driving rules and regulations
  • Regularly inspect the vehicle prior to taking it away ensuring it conforms to standard road safety measures.
  • Provide transportation of personnel (the CCST and the operation
    team, PNS and staffs), equipment, the couriers and cargo to various
    destinations, safely and as instructed.
  • Help deliver communications and take on errands as they may arise
  • Ensure that All occupants (including the Driver himself) of the vehicles wear safety seat belts at all times.
  • Ensure regular maintenance of assigned vehicles.
  • Maintains assigned vehicles in clean, polished, flawless operating condition.
  • Visually inspects and manually tests vehicle pre-departure and before accepting passengers.
  • Maintains and operates communications devices, emergency
    response and contingency equipment, including fire extinguisher, flares
    or reflectors, etc.
  • Read and understand specific vehicle operating manual.
  • Understand and Obey to all traffic laws and driving rules as set by the IFRC’s and the in Country driving rules.
  • Maintain vehicle log up to date and with all the information required.
  • The Driver is under strict restriction to not proceed with the vehicle until all occupants wear safety belts.
  • Ensure unauthorized riders do not ride and/or drive assigned vehicles
  • Keep an inventory of the tools and accessories of the vehicles.
  • Provide assistance to the operations with field missions when needed.
  • Ensure that security procedures and rules in the Country
    regarding the vehicle movement are respected (including
    radio/communication protocols).

Duties Applicable to all Staff:

  • Actively work towards the achievement of the Federation Secretariat’s goals
  • Abide by and work in accordance with the Red Cross and Red Crescent principles
  • Perform any other work related duties and responsibilities that may be assigned by the line manager

Position Requirements
Education:

  • Must have a valid driving license, Valid passport and international driving license
  • Must have a First Aid certificate or knowledge

Experience:

  • At least 03 Years of working experience in similar position
  • Experience in working with a wide range of individuals irrespective of culture and socio-economic status
  • Working experience in Humanitarian environment or working with RC or National Society
  • Good driving experience in remote areas of Nigeria
  • A very good knowledge of Nigeria road network

Knowledge and Skills:

  • Self-supporting in computer
  • Good Knowledge in Mechanics (Able to hear and understand unusual
    vehicle sounds, horns, sirens and other ordinary traffic sounds and
    warnings)
  • Good knowledge and Familiar with the Nigeria’s traffic rules and regulations including safety signs …
  • Ability to read and understand rules, operating and maintenance manuals, company procedures and customary travel documents
  • Ability to drive whenever required for work purposes
  • Good interpersonal and communication ability
  • Being punctual
  • Good knowledge of the IFRC’s security rules and contexts or Stay Safe for Staff certificate
  • Ability to solve practical problems and react quickly and calmly to changing or emergency circumstances
  • Discretion and Loyalty, Integrity and good personal conduct
  • Professionalism

Languages:

  • Fluent in written and spoken English.

Competencies (to be filled in by HR):

  • National Society relations
  • Strategic orientation – Communication – Teamwork
  • Professionalism Integrity – Diversity
  • Judgement-Decision-making
  • Results focus and accountability

Job Title: Communication Officer
Ref No:
IFRC-A-COM007
Location:
Abuja
Classification Level:
TBC      
Organizational Unit/ Duty Station:
Nigeria Country Cluster Office      
Immediate Supervisor’s Title:
Head of Nigeria Complex Operation      
Technical Manager’s Title     Regional PMER and PRD Coordinator       
Job Purpose

Reporting to the Head of Nigeria Complex Operation, the CommunicationOfficerwill:

  • Act as a focal point to support the Nigeria Red Cross National Society in the field.
  • Be in charge of developing regular and quality communication materials related to the Nigeria operation
  • In collaboration with the Regional PMER and PRD Coordinator.
  • Support the National Society and the IFRC in communicating during emergencies
 Job Duties and Responsibilities
 The Communication Officer is responsible for:
  • Support the National Society communications capacity on the
    ground and act as a spokesperson with international media when required.
  • Collect, analyseand transform data  from the field  into key messages and calls for different stakeholders and audiences.
  • Support the National Society in identifying key humanitarian
    issues to be addressed  to the public, media and donors on the situation
    on the ground and the humanitarian response.
  • Work closely with the IFRCRegional PMER and PRD Coordinatorto
    produce facts and figures, key messages, reactive lines and promote
    different IM products.
  • News releases (as needed), videos, photographs with captions,
    and qualified spokespeople contacts are immediately developed and made
    available to media and key stakeholders. If security allows, facilitate
    media field trips to the operational areas
  • Maintain a social media presence throughout the operation utilizing IFRC communication tools
  • Support the appeal using people at the community level (Write
    stories and interviews, web stories, blogs, video footage and photos
    with extended captions, provide basic audio-visual material)
  • Share any communications material created through this appeal
    with IFRC for use on various communications channels including the IFRC
    Africa Region web page
  • Facilitate National Society and IFRC in pitching media stories
    and professionally handling media inquiries with broadcast, print and
    online media/social media.
  • Support the launch of the emergency appeal and other major
    milestones throughout the operation using people-centred at the
    community level.
  • In collaboration with the National Society, work on advocacy
    messages to address the different issues linked to the current
    operation.
  • Provide context analysis and draft communication pack with key material (facts and figures, key messages, press releases etc)
  • Produce/assist in the production of advocacy messages in
    collaboration with National Societies to address the different issues
    linked to the current emergency operations (Health, Shelter, Cash
    Transfer, WASH, DM etc.);
  • Facilitate National Societies and IFRC in pitching media stories
    and professionally handling media enquiries with broadcast, print and
    online media/social media;     
Duties applicable to all staff:
  • Actively work towards the achievement of the Federation Secretariat’s goals
  • Abide by and work in accordance with the Red Cross and Red Crescent principles
  • Perform any other work related duties and responsibilities that may be assigned by the line manager

Position Requirements
Education:      

  • Relevant University degree in Journalism, Communications, Marketing or International Policies
Experience:
  • At least 3 years of experience working as journalist/press officer and/or Communications/Policy Officer
  • Experience in building media contacts
  • Experience in emergency response
  • RC/RC experience
  • Experience in managing communications issues in complex and delicate situations

Knowledge and Skills:      

  • Self-supporting in computers       
  • Knowledge of social media and related trends
  • Ability to multi task and work under pressure
  • Good analytical skills
  • Good knowledge of the operational context and area
  • Flexibility and ability to travel in the operation’s areas
  • Knowledge of humanitarian affairs
  • Ability to negotiate with varying partners

Languages:

  • Fluent in written and spoken English.

Competencies (to be filled in by HR):              

  • National Society relations
  • Professionalism – Integrity – Diversity
  • Judgement-Decision-making
  • Results focus and accountability

Job Title: PMER Officer
Ref No:
IFRC-A-PMER-006
Location:
Abuja     
Classification Level:
TBC      
Organizational Unit/ Duty Station:
Nigeria Country Cluster Office      
Immediate Supervisor’s Title:
PMER and PRD Coordinator      
Technical Manager’s Title:
PMER/RM/Partners relationship Delegate/PMER Regional Unit    
Job Purpose
Reporting to the PMER and PRD Coordinator, the PMER Officer will:

  • Work closely with the operation team to ensure the efficient and
    effective delivery of reporting related to the Nigeria complex
    operations.
  • Assist the PMER and PRD Coordinator  on monitoring and reporting to management and stakeholders on the operation’s activities
  • Collaborate with NS counterparts to strengthen the planning,
    monitoring, evaluation and reporting capacity of the NS through
    on-the-job training, workshops.
  • Assist with organizing, analysing and consolidating monthly
    programs progress reports and in carrying out monitoring and evaluation
    activities that are intended to improve and promote the works of the
    Nigerian Red Cross under the supervision of the PMER and PRD
    Coordinator.
  • Support production of any project documents and contribute to proposal writing.     
Job Duties and Responsibilities
The PMER Officeris responsible for:

A.) Operations Reporting:
  • Assist the production of progress reports working with the NS counterparts and operations team.
  • Verify data from field and prepare progress reports for internal
    and external audiences, including consolidated monthly operational
    reports for ICRC, IFRC and other stakeholders
  • Assist with quality checks of activity reports from, field and NRCS reports
  • Assist  the Nigerian RC in managing the internal reporting system
  • Assist the head of operations and the PMER and PRD Coordinator 
    to monitor programs activities and to ensure reporting of relevant and
    accurate information
  • Work closely with the operations and field teams, to identify
    existing monitoring and review mechanisms in the Nigerian RCS’s Plan of
    Action to ensure that reports incorporate accurate and relevant
    information.
B.) Nigerian RC National Society’s Staffs capacity building on PMER:
  • Develop under the technical supervision of PMER and PRD
    Coordinator, training materials and provide appropriate training for
    NRCS staff to fulfil their PMER responsibilities.
  • Assist in PMER training for Nigerian RC 
  • Assist in PMER capacity assessment  at all levels of the operation.
C.) Facilitate Evaluation, Research Activities and Manage data:
  • Assist in the design and carrying out of assessments, evaluation  and reviews
  • Assist in the setting up and management of databases using user friendly database software (Excel, SPSS, STATA, Epi Info)
  • Assist with the set-up of  appropriate internal and external reporting systems
  • Assist in the management of all evaluation internally and
    externally and support the use of evaluation results within the National
    Society.
D.) Contribute to Communication and Network activities:
  • Collaborate with the National Society and the operation communications unit on information sharing
  • Liaise with other PMER counterparts for networking and sharing experiences.
E.) Contribute to resource mobilisation activities:
  • Assist the proposal writing processes
  • Provided evidence used in the design of projects
F.) Others Duties and Tasks:
  • Perform any other work related duties and responsibilities that
    may be assigned by the Abuja Head of Cluster;  Operation  Coordinator or
    by his technical manager the PMER and PRD Coordinator.     
Duties Applicable to all Staff:
  • Actively work towards the achievement of the Federation Secretariat’s goals      
  • Abide by and work in accordance with the Red Cross and Red Crescent principles      
  • Perform any other work related duties and responsibilities that may be assigned by the line manager     
Position Requirements
Education:
  • Relevant university degree in Social Sciences, Programme Management, Project Proposal, Report Writing, M&E Courses
  • Professional qualification in PMER
Experience:
  • 03 years related working experience in project management or in humanitarian organization
  • Proficiency in analytical report writing
  • Experience in setting up and managing database for program data,
    designing and conducting research and compiling research reports.
  • Experience of working with RC or National Societies
  • Significant experience in monitoring large-scale projects, and
    familiarity with results-based management concepts, reporting and
    research.
Knowledge and Skills:
  • Self-supporting in computers
  • Skilled in use of data analysis packages (Excel, SPSS, EPI Info, STATA, etc.)
  • Good data collection and analyseskills to draw conclusions                     
  • Skills in training and developing staff capacity
  • Computer literate (Windows, spreadsheets, word-processing and PowerPoint)
  • Good facilitation and report writing skills
  • Strong leadership skills including strategic thinking and coordination.
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Languages:

  • Fluent in written and spoken English.

Competencies (to be filled in by HR):

  • National Society relations
  • Strategic orientation – Communication  – Teamwork      
  • Professionalism – Integrity – Diversity
  • Results focus and accountability

Job Title:  IT Telecom and IM Officer
Ref No:
IFRC-A-ITIM-004
Location:
Abuja
Contracts Length:
6 Months
Classification Level:
TBC
Organizational Unit/ Duty Station:
Nigeria Cluster Office      
Immediate Supervisor’s Title:
Head of Nigeria Complex Operation      
Technical Manager’s Title:
Regional Security Unit    
Job Purpose

Reporting to the Head of Nigeria Complex Operation, the IT Telecom and IM Officer will:

  • Install, maintain, manage and support the Nigerian RC and IFRC’s ICT systems and infrastructurefor this operation.
  • Advise and support the partners (PNS) in the implementation of
    their information and communication infrastructure if needed and when
    required.
  • Make sure that NRCS’s  IT policy is developed, implemented and respected by all the staffs.
  • Work in close coordination with the responding National Society
    as well as staffs to streamline and maintain the management of
    information in support of the Nigeria operations.
  • Establish information management systems for the response and
    build the capacity of the National Society to encourage and support both
    more informed decision making and better coordination in operations.
Job Duties and Responsibilities
The IT Telecom and IM Officerwill be responsible for:

IT and Telecom Management
Ensure the management of IT and Telecom infrastructures:
  • Daily support of NRCS’s software, Computer network, IT & Telecom (VHF / HF) equipment
  • Analyse, propose and improve network resources and any related network services
  • Establish IT & Telecom equipment maintenance plan in close collaboration with the Logistics Coordinator.
  • Make sure that IT & Telecom equipment are functional and ready to be deployed.
  • Follow up with repair of IT/Telecom equipment.
  • Train user to efficiently use IT & Telecom resources.
  • Maintain up to date IT/Telecom Database asset management and equipment tracking and location.
  • Carry out field mission to support IT & Telecom
    infrastructure and users in the Abuja Country Cluster office and in the
    operational areas..
  • Participate to the production of the IT/Telecom policy and manual of Procedures.
Manage the Radio:
  • Set up radio service according to the operation’s needs.
  • Provide radio service on daily basis.
  • Ensure that radio procedures are follow up by users (drivers, travellers).
Provide support to the Nigerian RC National Society:
  • In close collaboration with the Nigeria RC IT team, provide
    support to improve their IT/Telecom infrastructure when necessary and
    required.

Management of IT/Telecom asset and procurement, Report:

  • Assess the needs in term of IT / Telecom equipment and
    participate to equipment procurement in close collaboration with the
    Head of Nigeria operations or the Procurement delegate.
  • Make sure that every equipment is properly inventoried, user
    owning the equipment identified and equipment location is verifiable.
  • Contribute to narrative and financial reports on IT and Telecommunications activities for the Nigeria operations.
  • Perform any other work related duties and responsibilities that may be assigned by the line manager.

Information Management (IM):

  • Serve as the focal point for all information on Red Cross/Red
    Crescent (RCRC) activities in the affected region or in the Abuja
    Cluster office and in the operation’s areas.
  • Maintain existing databases and information sharing systems on
    the response and provide technical support to contributing partners when
    required.
  • Endeavour to improve and enhance the database and information
    sharing infrastructure as and when it is appropriate and not going to
    disrupt existing levels of engagement.
  • Growth the detail and breadth of indicators collected, again, as
    and when it is appropriate and not going to disrupt existing levels of
    engagement.
  • Disseminate information and analysis products to all those that require them in a timely and useful format.
  • Facilitate internal communication systems across all the
    operations partners and establish rapid and effective reporting
    networks.
  • Analyse and visualise available data to identify
    gaps/overlaps/needs in operations and communicate/disseminate such
    findings to all those to whom it may be relevant.
  • Advocate for the use of data analysis and information products in decision making, planning and coordination
  • Promote information management services across the staff and the
    Nigeria National Society involved in the response to encourage for
    better use to be made of existing expertise.
  • Liaise with the Information Management team in Geneva and IFRC
    regional IM staff, to better align and coordinate the Movement’s
    approach to migration and to communicate relevant operational
    decision-making information.
  • Explore new solutions to operational questions using technical innovation.
  • Participate in inter-agency coordination efforts on behalf of
    the RCRC Movement across all sectors and particularly with regard to
    information management.
  • Identify additional data/analysis/information needs to support
    decision-making and establish additional data collection/processing if
    required.
  • Build and maintain relationships with other information focal
    points both internally and externally to gain access to relevant sources
    of data and information services and facilitate information exchange.
  • Review data for quality and accuracy.
  • Record and store all relevant information and documents to ensure accountability and institutional memory on work conducted.
  • Any other reasonable tasks as stipulated by the line manager and other senior staff.
Duties applicable to all staff:
  • Actively work towards the achievement of the Federation Secretariat’s goals      
  • Abide by and work in accordance with the Red Cross and Red Crescent principles      
  • Perform any other work related duties and responsibilities that may be assigned by the line manager    
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Position Requirements
Education:  

  • Relevant university degree in Social Science (Information
    Management) or in an engineering discipline or equivalent technical
    qualification plus working experience

Experience:

  • At least 3 years’ experience in information and data management
  • Experience with GIS tools and ability to produce basic maps in order to visualise geographic information
  • 03 years’ experience in computer systems (LAN, WAN TCP/IP connectivity, E-mail, application and user support domains).   
  • 03 years’ experience in radio communication technologies (VHF,
    HF, PACTOR, etc..) and satellites (INMARSAT etc), including practice in
    electronic repair
  • Experience in inventory and stock management
  • Experience in providing training and capacity building
  • Experience in Radio communication and in using different equipment (Codan, Motorola, Kenwood…)
  • Experience with graphic design and data visualisation with the
    ability to translate complex digital information into clear and
    attractive graphic presentations
  • Experience setting up, managing and coordinating disaster management information systems
  • Red Cross Red Crescent work experience
Knowledge and Skills:      
  • Self-supporting in computers
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills are essential
    with the ability to craft an analytical narrative from data findings
  • Good understanding of humanitarian responses, actors involved,
    and the role of evidence-based decision making for the delivery of
    humanitarian action 
  • Excellent analytical and problem solving skills, including the
    ability to synthesize, process and prioritize large amounts of
    information      
  • Strong attention to detail in both listening and visualisation design
  • Ability to work towards tight deadlines and handle multiple tasks
  • Considerable computer literacy skills with moderate to advanced skills in MS Excel
  • Additional skills in database management, web design and programming, and internet technologies
  • Inter-personal communication skills
  • Strong interpersonal skills and diplomacy in order to manage
    relationships with many stakeholders and in a complex situational
    environment
  • Solid skills in teamwork and coordination so as to be able to
    bridge the communication between decision makers and technical personnel
  • Solid and tested analytical skills and ability to write effectively
  • Analytical decision making capacity
Languages:
  • Fluent in written and spoken English.
Competencies (to be filled in by HR):
  • National Society relations
  • Strategic orientation – Communication  – Teamwork
  • Professionalism – Integrity – Diversity
  • Judgement-Decision-making
  • Results focus and accountability

Job Title: Administration and Finance Support Officer
Ref No:
IFRC-A-AFSO-005
Location:
North East (Yobe and Adamawa)
Contracts Length:
6 Months
Classification Level:
TBC      
Organizational Unit/ Duty Station:
Nigeria Country Cluster Office      
Immediate Supervisor’s Title:
Finance and Administration Delegate      
Technical Manager’s Title:
Finance and Administration Delegate/Regional Finance Unit     
Slot:
2
Job Purpose

Reporting to the Finance and Administration Delegate, the Administration and Finance Support Officer will:

  • Ensure that the IFRC’s Minimum Administration Requirements are follow up.
  • Assist and support the Finance and Administration Delegate in the financial  management of the Nigeria operation.     
Job Duties and Responsibilities
The Administration and Finance Support Officeris responsible for:

Any administration related matter of the Nigeria operation

A.) Protocol:
  • In charge of work permit exemptions, visas, diplomatic cards,
    driving licences for all delegates, staff or visitors for the Nigeria
    operation.
  • Provide protocol services for high-level visitations, missions, receptions and diplomatic functions
  • Supervising the drafting of all outgoing correspondence,
    including notes verbal, letters to various local entities and host
    authorities, and reviewing and assigning all incoming correspondences
  • Ensure prompt and high quality service delivery
  • Work closely with the CCST for all related issues with the
    Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Nigeria, Foreign missions, ICRC, the UN
    and other external relations.
B.) Welcome & Travel:
  • Hotel bookings, airport transfers,
  • Manage travel and accommodation issues in collaboration with the Abuja CCST Administration officer.
  • Maintain proper records for office assets by each operation
    employee ( will later be handed over to the Admin Officer at the end of
    the operation)
  • Advice the team on the most cost effective and convenient travel itineraries
C.) Housing and office facilities:
  • Settle incoming Delegates, by searching for houses, identifying and negotiating rental terms
  • Maintenance of existing houses: includes major and minor
    renovations in collaboration with the Administration Officer of the
    Abuja CCST.
  • Ensure proper maintenance of office equipment, office repairs related to the operation
  • Management of office electricity and telephone lines,  this
    includes fixed and mobile lines, monitoring monthly usage and timely
    payment in collaboration with the Abuja CCST team.
  • Maintain the stock of office supplies and stationaries and timely delivery to uses to the operation team.
Any financial and cashier management related to the Nigeria operation
  • Assist the Finance and Administration Delegate in the financial management and control of the Nigeria operation
  • Follow up on bank transactions and request bank statements
  • Provide support for the accounting and ensure timely
    implementation of the financial management circle of the Nigerian
    National Red Cross Society
  • Provide support for the disseminated and respect by all the operation staffs of the IFRC Finance rules
  • Contribute to the regular back-ups of the accounting software and accountant computer
  • Proceed to the operation accounting entries under the supervision of the Finance Delegate
  • Contribute to the timely financial reporting to the PMER and other departments and to relevant stake holders
  • Maintain and ensure that all reports of income and expenditure of the NRCS and all programs at the operation’ areas are kept.
  • Makes payment to the operation’s  staffs (per diem of employees,
    working advances for managers), invoices or receipts for expenses duly
    approved by the person responsible
  • Ensures that all supporting documents for cash payments are
    complete with the necessary signatures and payments duly acknowledged.
  • Checks that all commitments and accounting data has been made by
    Finance & Admin delegate and the Head of Nigeria Operation
    programs/projects before accepting settlements of working advances.
  • Reports immediately to his Supervisor all problems, discrepancies or wrong doings
  • Compute and record totals of the daily transactions to be entered into the accounting software
  • Does a complete cash control on a daily basis, keeps records  of
    cash movement during the day and prepares the Daily Cash Position
    Report after cash office is closed making sure that actual cash on hand
    is accounted and all other receipts/invoices are intact.
  • Update files and keeps all pending working advances and invoices in a safe place.
  • Ensure that all financial document relating to disbursement have gone through approval process before final disbursement
  • In charge of the proper custody and control of the money kept in the safe/cashbox.
  • Plans and requests daily cash needs for payments from FIN & ADMIN Coordinator
  • Forwards the Daily Cash Position Report and supporting documents
    to the Finance & Admin delegatefor daily control before entries
    into the accounting.
  • Sorts and accounts for mutilated and old notes (both USD and
    Naira) and makes report and liaise with the Finance & Admin
    delegateto be changed with the bank for new notes.
  • Prepare the monthly payroll of the operation’s staffs 
  • Make all relevant deductions and charges are made and submit to
    the finance and administration delegate’s validation before remitting
    them to the respectively statutory authorities for payment
  • Perform the daily cash movement and petty cash operations
Duties applicable to all staff:
  • Actively work towards the achievement of the Federation Secretariat’s goals
  • Abide by and work in accordance with the Red Cross and Red Crescent principles
  • Perform any other work related duties and responsibilities that may be assigned by the line manager
Position Requirements
Education:
  • Relevant university degree in Management
  • Holder of a Certified Public Accounting degree with specialized training in related field is an asset

Experience:

  • A Minimum of 3 years’ experience in leading and managing Finance as Accountant
  • A Minimum of 3 years’ professional experience working with local or international non- governmental organization
  • Very good leadership skills and confirmed financial management experience
  • Experience of working with National Societies
  • Basic leadership and management skills
  • Strong experience in cash management showing rigorous controlling methods
Knowledge and Skills
  • Self-supporting in computers
  • Very good interpersonal, communication and presentation skills
  • Very good computer skills and command of standard Microsoft office tools; emphasis in excel
  • Motivated self-started personality, sense of responsibility and organization skills
  • Good negotiation skills
  • Flexibility and ability to travel in the operation’s areas
Languages:
  • Fluent in written and spoken English.
Competencies (to be filled in by HR):
  • National Society relations
  • Communication – Teamwork
  • Professionalism – Integrity – Diversity
  • Judgement-Decision-making
  • Results focus and accountability

Note: No hand delivered applications will be accepted. 

How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should send their Curriculum Vitae
and Cover Letter (with 03 referees professional email-addresses + phone
contacts) to: HR.Abuja@ifrc.org quoting the Reference Number on the subject title of the mail.





Application Deadline: Tuesday, 6th June, 2017.

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