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Project Manager/Team Leader at Oxfam in Nigeria

Oxfam is an International Confederation of 17 independent aid and development organisations networked together to fight poverty and injustice around the world, working with partners and local communities in more than 90 countries, the mission of Oxfam is a just world without poverty. With a conviction that people are well capable of building a life devoid of poverty on their own once given the chance to do so, Oxfam works with partners on projects in developing countries, lobbies companies and governments to take into account the interests of the poorest people and campaigns to ensure men and women are involved in decisions on issues that affect their lives. In Nigeria, Oxfam’s focus areas are Economic Justice/Livelihoods, Humanitarian Programming, Gender Justice / Female Leadership and Good Governance, adopting a rights-based approach. The overarching goal is to enable people exercise their rights and manage their own lives.

Oxfam in Nigeria with funding support from Global Affairs Canada (GAC) is implementing a five year Livelihoods and Nutrition Empowerment (LINE) project in Bauchi State. The project is aimed at improving the livelihoods for 10.000 poor and vulnerable households through increased farm productivity, enhanced market access, better nutrition and a more enabling environment for business development in 6 LGAs in Bauchi State.

We are therefore recruiting to fill the following position for the LINE Project:

Position: Project Manager/Team Leader

Location; Bauchi

Main Tasks

  • Project Management and Implementation
  • Financial Management
  • Donor and Representational Roles.
  • Staff management
  • Project Communications
  • Reporting, Monitoring md Evaluation

Education and Relevant Experience:

  • Minimum of MSc degree in Agriculture related discipline, Project Management, Social Sciences, Economics or any other relevant field.
  • The post holder should have at least 15 years practical experience in managing livelihoods and agricultural projects including ability to integrate private sector, rural financial management and nutrition components especially within an NGO setting in a coordinating capacity

How to Apply:

For full details of the various job profiles, please visit www.oxfaminnigeriajobs.org

Cover letter and Curriculum Vitae should be sent to the Recruiter at vacancles-nigeria@oxfamnovib.nl Not later than 15th June, 2016.

Enquiries ONLY should be sent to darls.nwankwo@oxfamnovib.nl Applications sent to the enquiry e-mail will be disqualified.

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Oxfam is an equal opportunity organisation. Qualified Female candidates are encouraged to apply.

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