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We are recruiting to fill the position below:
Job Title: Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights Sector Manager
Expected Travel: up to 50%
Language Requirement: English
Employee Duration: Short Term Contract
- Due to the acute need for SRHR in Maiduguri and surrounding areas, CARE is seeking engagement of a Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) Sector Manager to set up SRHR-related programming and operations, as well as to serve as CARE’s representative for all SRHR-related activities within the UN system, the Ministry of Health and with other partners.
- The purpose of the position is to provide technical leadership and ensure CARE’s programmatic expertise in SRHR (and particularly in crisis-affected settings) is translated to the Northern Nigeria context and that initial set-up of SRHR programming includes quality technical and operational foundations.
- The SRHR Manager is expected to facilitate development of quality, gender-sensitive, accountable, and impact-focus SRHR interventions in Nigeria.
- This includes provision of technical advice, capacity building of CARE staff and partners, as well as influencing policy and practice through analysis and advocacy with various stakeholders.
- The position will be based in Maiduguri and report directly to the Program Director.
- The position will be for an initial six months with potential extension for long-term as CARE secures more donors’ funding.
- Information Gathering, Assessments, Analysis and Monitoring
- Program and Strategies Develop Support
- Monitoring, evaluation, accountability and reporting
- Partnership and Capacity-building
- Coordination, Representation, Advocacy and Learning
- Advanced University Degree in Public Health, Social Sciences, Gender and Development Studies or related field
- 5-7 years supporting health interventions in crisis-affected settings with a physical presence in insecure environments, with at least one year of support to an acute humanitarian crisis, especially large multi-sectoral projects, designing and appraising proposals and actively liaising with relevant and potential project partners
- Experience in coordinating and engaging with multiple stakeholders
- Knowledge of gender issues in development, particularly GBV, including relevant international human rights standards
- Knowledge of human rights, especially sexual reproductive rights and ability to apply human rights based approach in programming
- Fluency in English with professional-level writing capacity
- Prior experience in INGOs working environment/system will be a strong asset
- Fluency in English (local language skills an asset)
- Excellent written, oral communication skills
- Excellent computer skills (Microsoft Office)
- Proficient analytical skills that demonstrate an understanding of the current concepts, priorities, and issues in program monitoring, data collection and evaluation
- Skills in technical proposal writing, designing and implementing food security programs
Application Closing Date
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