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The ICRC is recruiting an Analysis & Evidence Coordinator to launch a new unit in Nigeria. We seek a dynamic professional with a substantial experience as M&E/MEAL coordinator in the humanitarian sector, advanced strategic thinking, enthusiasm for management and team building, and a track record of leading change. This role demands a visionary leader with the expertise to integrate and lead a new team while driving impactful initiatives. If you are ready to embrace this challenging yet rewarding opportunity and contribute to our mission, we invite you to apply and join us in making a difference in the lives of those most in need. Your skills and commitment will play a crucial role in shaping the future of our operations in Nigeria.

Under the direct supervision of the Head of Operations, the Analysis and Evidence (A&E) Coordinator assumes leadership of the A&E function and its team, responsible for assessing and analyzing needs, designing, and planning programs based on these insights, monitoring key performance indicators to ensure program effectiveness, evaluating program outcomes, and facilitating learning opportunities. In essence, the A&E coordinator assumes responsibility for setting and implementing A&E priorities, objectives, and strategy while demonstrating a comprehensive understanding of the delegation’s organization, structure, geographical priority zones, and other relevant factors.

Main Duties and Responsibilities

  • Defines the delegation’s multi-year A&E strategy and priorities and actively lead on its implementation.
  • Ensures that managers are informed and kept abreast of key risks and emerging trends at global, regional, and local levels, using existing institutional situation monitoring systems (geospatial data analysis, predictive analysis, early warning systems) and through timely and in-depth analysis.
  • Takes the lead in developing and supporting a robust Results-based Management (RBM) system that prioritizes achieving outcomes. This includes implementing monitoring and analysis efforts to inform programmatic decisions and enable effective program steering by decision-makers.
  • Facilitates strategic prioritization and targeting exercises (in terms of geography, infrastructure, pallet of services, etc.) by proposing robust methodological approaches and providing management and coordinators with the most reliable evidence, insights, and foresight available.
  • Coordinates the conduct of multidisciplinary and thematic needs assessments to understand the needs of affected people, including in emergency situations; facilitates the interpretation of results and the production of reports and recommendations for operational planning.
  • Support beneficiary targeting and selection activities; ensure the use of needs assessment and monitoring data in the choice of targeting methods and eligibility criteria
  • Provides guidance to the delegation in identifying and documenting both good and bad practices, ensuring that lessons learned are shared with relevant stakeholders in a practical and actionable manner.
  • Offers guidance and advice on / directly conducts program reviews, facilitates lessons learned workshops, and collaborates with the Evaluation Office to support independent external evaluations.
  • Shares A&E findings adequately and conducts debrief sessions with relevant thematic focal points and program teams. Documents resulting action points and incorporates them into A&E reports and tracking tools.
  • Facilitates the integration of A&E team members, supports, and guides different A&E roles through the transformation process, and fosters an inclusive and collaborative working environment, encouraging collaboration, co-creation and mutual learning within the team.
  • Develops the skills of the A&E team through professional development and continuous learning opportunities.
  • Strengthens the A&E function within the delegation by identifying and training A&E focal points within programs and sub-delegations.

Education and Experience Required

  • Advanced University degree in Economics, Statistics, Social Sciences, or another related field
  • 6-9 years of professional experience in coordination, needs assessments, monitoring & evaluation, operational information management, results-based management, strategic planning, or a closely related area
  • Proven field experience in leading surveys, multiple assessments in countries, including the design, data collection and analysis.
  • Experience in managing a team and project management
  • Experience in analysing, interpreting, and presenting information for decision making

Desired profile and Skills

  • Excellent spoken and written English.
  • High computer literacy (data management, analysis and visualisation).
  • Relevant humanitarian experience in ICRC, Red Cross/Red Crescent Movement, UN agencies or NGOs
  • Experience in participating in the design and implementation of FSL, WASH, Protection, Health and/or WeC programmes or similar programmes in another organization

Grade: B3

  • Click on the link or scan the QR code below to access the application page

And

  • Send Curriculum vitae, and Certificates to [email protected]
  • Clearly indicate “ABJ202300402 A&E Coordinator ABJ” as the subject of your application (Applications intended for this role that disregard the online application Ms Form will not be taken into consideration)

The deadline for the submission of applications will be 11.12.2023, 16:30hrs. Late applications will not be considered.

Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

Equal opportunities shall be provided to all employees and applicants for employment based on their demonstrated ability and competence without discrimination based on race, colour, religion, sex, nationality, status, disability etc.

(The ICRC values diversity and is committed to creating an inclusive working environment)

We welcome applications from all qualified candidates; Female & People Living with Disability applicants are encouraged to apply.

ICRC will not request any monetary payments from applicants at any stage of the recruitment process

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The ICRC is recruiting an Analysis & Evidence Coordinator to launch a new unit in Nigeria. We seek a dynamic professional with a substantial experience as M&E/MEAL coordinator in the humanitarian sector, advanced strategic thinking, enthusiasm for management and team building, and a track record of leading change. This role demands a visionary leader with the expertise to integrate and lead a new team while driving impactful initiatives. If you are ready to embrace this challenging yet rewarding opportunity and contribute to our mission, we invite you to apply and join us in making a difference in the lives of those most in need. Your skills and commitment will play a crucial role in shaping the future of our operations in Nigeria.

Under the direct supervision of the Head of Operations, the Analysis and Evidence (A&E) Coordinator assumes leadership of the A&E function and its team, responsible for assessing and analyzing needs, designing, and planning programs based on these insights, monitoring key performance indicators to ensure program effectiveness, evaluating program outcomes, and facilitating learning opportunities. In essence, the A&E coordinator assumes responsibility for setting and implementing A&E priorities, objectives, and strategy while demonstrating a comprehensive understanding of the delegation's organization, structure, geographical priority zones, and other relevant factors.

Main Duties and Responsibilities

  • Defines the delegation's multi-year A&E strategy and priorities and actively lead on its implementation.
  • Ensures that managers are informed and kept abreast of key risks and emerging trends at global, regional, and local levels, using existing institutional situation monitoring systems (geospatial data analysis, predictive analysis, early warning systems) and through timely and in-depth analysis.
  • Takes the lead in developing and supporting a robust Results-based Management (RBM) system that prioritizes achieving outcomes. This includes implementing monitoring and analysis efforts to inform programmatic decisions and enable effective program steering by decision-makers.
  • Facilitates strategic prioritization and targeting exercises (in terms of geography, infrastructure, pallet of services, etc.) by proposing robust methodological approaches and providing management and coordinators with the most reliable evidence, insights, and foresight available.
  • Coordinates the conduct of multidisciplinary and thematic needs assessments to understand the needs of affected people, including in emergency situations; facilitates the interpretation of results and the production of reports and recommendations for operational planning.
  • Support beneficiary targeting and selection activities; ensure the use of needs assessment and monitoring data in the choice of targeting methods and eligibility criteria
  • Provides guidance to the delegation in identifying and documenting both good and bad practices, ensuring that lessons learned are shared with relevant stakeholders in a practical and actionable manner.
  • Offers guidance and advice on / directly conducts program reviews, facilitates lessons learned workshops, and collaborates with the Evaluation Office to support independent external evaluations.
  • Shares A&E findings adequately and conducts debrief sessions with relevant thematic focal points and program teams. Documents resulting action points and incorporates them into A&E reports and tracking tools.
  • Facilitates the integration of A&E team members, supports, and guides different A&E roles through the transformation process, and fosters an inclusive and collaborative working environment, encouraging collaboration, co-creation and mutual learning within the team.
  • Develops the skills of the A&E team through professional development and continuous learning opportunities.
  • Strengthens the A&E function within the delegation by identifying and training A&E focal points within programs and sub-delegations.

Education and Experience Required

  • Advanced University degree in Economics, Statistics, Social Sciences, or another related field
  • 6-9 years of professional experience in coordination, needs assessments, monitoring & evaluation, operational information management, results-based management, strategic planning, or a closely related area
  • Proven field experience in leading surveys, multiple assessments in countries, including the design, data collection and analysis.
  • Experience in managing a team and project management
  • Experience in analysing, interpreting, and presenting information for decision making

Desired profile and Skills

  • Excellent spoken and written English.
  • High computer literacy (data management, analysis and visualisation).
  • Relevant humanitarian experience in ICRC, Red Cross/Red Crescent Movement, UN agencies or NGOs
  • Experience in participating in the design and implementation of FSL, WASH, Protection, Health and/or WeC programmes or similar programmes in another organization

Grade: B3

  • Click on the link or scan the QR code below to access the application page

And

  • Send Curriculum vitae, and Certificates to [email protected]
  • Clearly indicate “ABJ202300402 A&E Coordinator ABJ" as the subject of your application (Applications intended for this role that disregard the online application Ms Form will not be taken into consideration)

The deadline for the submission of applications will be 11.12.2023, 16:30hrs. Late applications will not be considered.

Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

Equal opportunities shall be provided to all employees and applicants for employment based on their demonstrated ability and competence without discrimination based on race, colour, religion, sex, nationality, status, disability etc.

(The ICRC values diversity and is committed to creating an inclusive working environment)

We welcome applications from all qualified candidates; Female & People Living with Disability applicants are encouraged to apply.

ICRC will not request any monetary payments from applicants at any stage of the recruitment process

2023-12-12

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