INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TROPICAL AGRICULTURE (IITA)
JOB OPENING ANNOUNCEMENT
The Technologies for African Agricultural Transformation (TAAT) is a program initiated by the African Development Bank (AfDB) as part of its Feed Africa Initiative. The main objective of the program is to improve the business of agriculture across Africa by raising agricultural productivity, mitigating risks and promoting diversification and processing in 18 agricultural value chains within 8 Priority Intervention Areas. The program will be implemented by IITA in close collaboration with other CGIAR Centers, FARA, AGRA, national agricultural research and extension systems and private sector partners. It will involve close partnership between the AfDB and other developmental partners such as the World Bank, BM G F, USAID and others.
The International Institute of Tropical Agriculture seeks suitable Nigerian for the positions below at the Institute’s Headquarter in Ibadan:
POSITION: PROCUREMENT OFFICER
Contract: 3-year renewable contract
Successful candidate will among other things perform the following duties:
Master’s Degree in Public/Business Administration, Accounting/Finance or related field, CIPSM, ACA or other relevant professional qualification with minimum experience of 5 years’ performing similar functions in a structured organization.
We offer highly competitive salary with equally attractive benefits and excellent working conditions in a pleasant campus environment.
METHOD OF APPLICATION
Interested applicants should complete the online application attaching detailed cover letter and curriculum vitae saved with their names in Microsoft word format to IITA website: http://www.iita.org/about/jobs/ no later than 26th April 2018. The application must include the names and e-mail addresses of three professional referees which must include the applicant’s current or previous direct Supervisor, professional colleague and evidence of current remuneration package.
IITA is an equal opportunity employer and particularly welcomes applications from female candidates.