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IMPACT Initiatives Recruitment Portal 2019 | www.impact-initiatives.org

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IMPACT Initiatives Recruitment Portal 2019 | www.impact-initiatives.org.

IMPACT Initiatives Recruitment Portal 2019… In this article you will get latest updates on IMPACT Initiatives 2019 recruitment requirements, qualifications, guidelines and other important updates for free.

IMPACT Initiatives Recruitment Portal

IMPACT Initiatives Recruitment Portal

IMPACT Initiatives is humanitarian think tank, based in Geneva, Switzerland. The organisation manages several initiatives, including the REACH Initiative. The IMPACT team comprises specialists in data collection, management and analysis, GIS and remote-sensing.

We are recruiting to fill the positions below:

1. Job Title: IMPACT Field Officer

Locations: Adamawa, Borno, Yobe
Slot: 2 per State
Chain of Command
Under the authority of:

  • In country: ACTED Country Director
  • In country: IMPACT Regional Coordinator
  • In country: IMPACT Country Focal Point
  • In country: IMPACT Field Manager
  • In country: IMPACT Sr Field Officer

Responsible for:

  • Their own activities
  • Enumeration teams

Working Relations
Internal Relations:

  • IMPACT Sr Field Officer
  • IMPACT Assessment Officer
  • IMPACT, Finpact and Girl Effect Monitoring Teams
  • Other relevant ACTED departments (Finance, Logistics, Secuirty, etc…)

External relations:

  • DFID’s NENTAD Partners

Responsibilities

  • Under the direct line management of the IMPACT Senior Field Officer, the IMPACT Field Officer is responsible for (1) Coordination of IMPACT data collection activities in field locations (2) Hiring, training and leading data collection teams (3) internal and external relations
  • Two field officers will be hired for each state (Adamawa, Borno, Yobe)

Research Cycles
Assessment Preparation and Planning:

  • The IMPACT Field Officer will be responsible for hiring enumeration teams, training them on the use of data collection tools (ODK) and methodology, and leading the teams in the field.
  • Ensuring that IMPACT monitoring activities are implemented in the field with relevant project and program objectives and with IMPACT’s research cycle and other relevant guidelines

Data collection and management:

  • Monitor data collection, ensuring its correct implementation in line with agreed TORs;
  • Ensure regular situation updates on data collection is properly communicated. Provide support and follow up on identified challenges during the data collection process.
  • In close coordination with the IMPACT Senior Field Officer, S/He will clean and manage qualitative, quantitative and spatial data collected by the IMPACT team and enumerators.
  • The IMPACT Field Officer will be responsible for identifying and organizing respondents for focus group discussion, facilitating or co-facilitating the discussion and recording results

Internal Relations:

  • Routine communication of all field activities, data collection progress and other key findings to management in timely and effective manner
  • Responsible for directly supervising the activities of the enumerators.

External Relations:

  • The IMPACT Field Officer  will work in close coordination with the field teams of other TPM consortium partners to ensure achievement of the overall goals
  • Foster strategic partnerships with key stakeholders in the field; establish and maintain a network of Local stakeholders (Bulamas, SEMA, NEMA, Government officials and other local authorities) to ensure smooth running of data collection.

FLAT Support:

  • The IMPACT Field Officer will have custodial responsibility for all IMPACT assets (computers, GPS devices, smart phones, etc) at their operational base, and will need to work with the IMPACT team and ACTED Logistics to ensure serviceability of assets and availability of consumables (printer ink, paper, pens, etc…)

Other Responsibilities:

  • The IMPACT Field Officer will be responsible for supervising junior national staff participating in their assigned duties as well as building technical capacity related to data collection.
  • The IMPACT Field Officer may be called upon to work on other IMPACT programmes in various locations in Nigeria including, but not limited to, remote LGA capitals, as the security situation allows.

Requirements

  • Minimum of two years working in humanitarian responses
  • Bachelor’s degree with a strong focus on both quantitative and qualitative research methodologies preferred
  • Previous experience in Third Party Monitoring (TPM), an asset.
  • Strong skills with the Microsoft Office Suite
  • Strong technical writing skills
  • Experience collecting information using hand-held GPS devices
  • Experience using ODK for quantitative data collection
  • Experience hiring and managing casual laborers
  • Experience conducting focus group discussions, or the ability to learn rapidly
  • Positive attitude and a willingness to learn
  • Excellent communication skill
  • Excellent time management skills
  • Ability to operate in a cross-cultural environment requiring flexibility
  • Prior experience working in IDP displacement locations
  • Fluency written and spoken fluency in English a must; additional fluency in Hausa and Kanuri preferred
  • Ability to work independently

2. Job Title: IMPACT Senior Field Officer

Location: Borno
Chain of Command
Under the authority of:

  • In country: ACTED Country Director
  • In country: IMPACT Regional Coordinator
  • In country: IMPACT Country Focal Point
  • In country: IMPACT Assessment Manager
  • In country: IMPACT Field Manager

Responsible for:

  • Their own activities
  • Field officers
  • Enumeration teams

Working Relations
Internal Relations:

  • IMPACT Assessment Officer
  • IMPACT, Finpact and Girl Effect Monitoring Teams
  • Other relevant ACTED departments (Finance, Logistics, Secuirty, etc…)

External relations:

  • DFID’s NENTAD Partners

Responsibilities

  • Under the direct line management of the IMPACT Field Manager, the IMPACT Senior Field Officer is responsible for (1) Managing of IMPACT field activities in a North Eastern State (2) Managing the activities of Junior national staffs (3) Manage data collection teams across the State (3) Supervise the hiring and training of enumeration teams (4) internal and external relations

Research Cycles
Assessment Preparation and Planning:

  • The IMPACT Senior Field Officer will supervise field officers in; the hiring of enumeration teams and  the training of enumeration teams on quantitative, qualitative and spatial data collection tools and methodology.
  • S/He be responsible for planning and managing all field movements and data collection in the state.
  • Ensure that IMPACT monitoring activities in the state are in line with relevant programme objectives, IMPACT’s research cycle and other relevant guidelines.

Data collection and management:

  • The IMPACT Senior Field Officer will monitor data collection in the state, ensuring its correct implementation in line with agreed TORs;
  • Ensure programme activities in the state are in compliance with ACTEDs logistics, financial and security SOPs.
  • Ensure regular situation updates on data collection is properly communicated. Provide support and follow up on identified challenges during the data collection process.
  • The IMPACT Senior Field Officer  in close coordination with IMPACT team and enumerators will clean and manage qualitative, quantitative and spatial data collected in state.
  • S/He will be responsible for ensuring IMPACT field officers; identify and organize respondents for focus group discussion, facilitating or co-facilitating the discussion and take proper notes.

Internal Relations:

  • Routine communication of all state field activities, data collection progress and other key findings to management in timely and effective manner.
  • Responsible for disseminating information from management to the state team and training of field officers on new processes.
  • Work in close coordination with the state field teams of other DFID TPM consortium partners to ensure achievement of the overall goals.

External Relations:

  • Foster strategic partnerships with key stakeholders in the state; establish and maintain a network of Local stakeholders (Bulamas, SEMA, NEMA, Government officials and other local authorities) to ensure smooth running of field activities.
  • As state representative of IMPACT, S/He will establish and maintain good working relationship with DFID’s NENTAD Partners

FLAT Support:

  • The IMPACT Senior Officer would be responsible for coordinating field movement within the state, ensuring all logistical and financial requirement for data collection are timely meet.
  • As state team leader, the IMPACT Senior Officer will ensure a strict adherence to ACTED’s security SOPs.
  • The IMPACT Senior Field Officer will have custodial responsibility for all IMPACT assets (computers, GPS devices, smart phones, etc) at their operational base, and will need to work with the IMPACT team and ACTED Logistics to ensure serviceability of assets and availability of consumables (printer ink, paper, pens, etc…)
  • S/He might be required to act in an administrative capacity if need be.

Other Responsibilities:

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  • The IMPACT Senior Field Officer will be responsible for supervising junior national staff participating in their assigned duties as well as building technical capacity related to data collection.
  • The IMPACT Senior Field Officer may be called upon to work on other IMPACT programmes in various locations in Nigeria including, but not limited to, remote LGA capitals, as the security situation allows.

Requirements

  • Minimum of 3 years working in humanitarian responses
  • Experience in data collection, working in deep field location and managing junior national staffs desirable
  • Bachelor’s degree with a strong focus on both quantitative and qualitative field methodologies required
  • Previous experience in Third Party Monitoring (TPM), an asset.
  • Strong skills with the Microsoft Office Suite
  • Strong technical writing skills
  • Considerable experience collecting information using hand-held GPS devices
  • Considerable experience using ODK for quantitative data collection, or the ability to rapidly master the process
  • Some experience creating ODK questionnaires
  • Experience managing junior staff
  • Considerable experience hiring and managing casual laborers
  • Considerable experience conducting focus group discussions, or the ability to learn rapidly
  • Some experience using data analysis software (spss, stata) preferred
  • Positive attitude and a willingness to learn
  • Excellent communication skill
  • Excellent time management skills
  • Ability to operate in a cross-cultural environment requiring flexibility
  • Prior experience working in IDP displacement locations
  • Fluency written and spoken fluency in English a must; additional fluency in Hausa and Kanuri preferred
  • Ability to work independently

3. Job Title: IMPACT Senior Field Officer, M&E

Location: Borno
Chain of Command
Under the authority of:

  • In country: ACTED Country Director
  • In country: IMPACT Regional Coordinator
  • In country: IMPACT Country Focal Point
  • In country: IMPACT Assessment Manager
  • In country: IMPACT Field Manager

Responsible for:

  • Their own activities
  • IMPACT Field officers
  • Enumeration teams
  • Supporting with monitoring and evaluation activities

Working Relations
Internal Relations:

  • IMPACT Assessment Officer
  • IMPACT and Girl Effect Monitoring Teams
  • Other relevant ACTED departments (Finance, Logistics, Security, etc…

External relations:

  • DFID’s NENTAD Partners

Responsibilities

  • Under the direct line management of the IMPACT Field Manager, the IMPACT Senior Field Officer M&E is responsible for (1) Managing of IMPACT field activities in a Borno (2) Managing the activities of Junior national staffs (3) Manage data collection teams across the State (3) Supervise the hiring and training of enumeration teams (4) Supporting with evaluation and analysis of data collected by teams (5) internal and external relations

Research Cycles
Assessment Preparation and Planning:

  • The IMPACT Senior Field Officer will supervise field officers in; the hiring of enumeration teams and  the training of enumeration teams on quantitative, qualitative and spatial data collection tools and methodology.
  • S/He be responsible for planning and managing all field movements and data collection in the state.
  • Ensure that IMPACT monitoring activities in the state are in line with relevant programme objectives, IMPACT’s research cycle and other relevant guidelines.

Data collection and management:

  • The IMPACT Senior Field Officer will monitor data collection in the state, ensuring its correct implementation in line with agreed TORs;
  • Ensure programme activities in the state are in compliance with ACTEDs logistics, financial and security SOPs.
  • Ensure regular situation updates on data collection is properly communicated. Provide support and follow up on identified challenges during the data collection process.
  • The IMPACT Senior Field Officer  in close coordination with IMPACT team and enumerators will clean and manage qualitative, quantitative and spatial data collected in state.
  • S/He will be responsible for ensuring IMPACT field officers; identify and organize respondents for focus group discussion, facilitating or co-facilitating the discussion and take proper notes.

Data review and analysis:

  • The IMPACT Senior Field officer will support the Assessment Officer with the review and analysis of data collected by teams in the field
  • Support with the secondary data analysis of documentation received from DFID implementation partners, in consolidation with the Assessment Officer.
  • Measure and report on qualitative and quantitative data findings collected from teams in the field against predefined indicators and partner log frames.

Internal Relations:

  • Routine communication of all state field activities, data collection progress and other key findings to management in timely and effective manner.
  • Responsible for disseminating information from management to the state team and training of field officers on new processes.
  • Work in close coordination with the state field teams of other DFID TPM consortium partners to ensure achievement of the overall goals.

External Relations:

  • Foster strategic partnerships with key stakeholders in the state; establish and maintain a network of Local stakeholders (Bulamas, SEMA, NEMA, Government officials and other local authorities) to ensure smooth running of field activities.
  • As state representative of IMPACT, S/He will establish and maintain good working relationship with DFID’s NENTAD Partners

FLAT Support:

  • The IMPACT Senior Officer would be responsible for coordinating field movement within the state, ensuring all logistical and financial requirement for data collection are timely meet.
  • As state team leader, the IMPACT Senior Officer will ensure a strict adherence to ACTED’s security SOPs.
  • The IMPACT Senior Field Officer will have custodial responsibility for all IMPACT assets (computers, GPS devices, smart phones, etc) at their operational base, and will need to work with the IMPACT team and ACTED Logistics to ensure serviceability of assets and availability of consumables (printer ink, paper, pens, etc…)
  • S/He might be required to act in an administrative capacity if need be.

Other Responsibilities:

  • The IMPACT Senior Field Officer will be responsible for supervising junior national staff participating in their assigned duties as well as building technical capacity related to data collection.
  • The IMPACT Senior Field Officer may be called upon to work on other IMPACT programmes in various locations in Nigeria including, but not limited to, remote LGA capitals, as the security situation allows.

Requirements

  • Minimum of three years provable working experience in humanitarian responses, two of which must be in an M&E role.
  • Bachelor’s degree with a strong focus on both quantitative and qualitative field methodologies required
  • Knowledge of assessments methodology, data collection, collation, analysis
  • Previous experience in Third Party Monitoring (TPM), an asset.
  • Strong skills with the Microsoft Office Suite
  • Strong technical writing skills
  • Considerable experience collecting information using hand-held GPS devices
  • Considerable experience using ODK for quantitative data collection, or the ability to rapidly master the process
  • Some experience creating ODK questionnaires
  • Experience managing junior staff
  • Considerable experience hiring and managing casual laborers
  • Considerable experience conducting focus group discussions, or the ability to learn rapidly
  • Some experience using data analysis software (spss, stata) preferred
  • Positive attitude and a willingness to learn
  • Excellent communication skill
  • Excellent time management skills
  • Ability to operate in a cross-cultural environment requiring flexibility
  • Prior experience working in IDP displacement locations
  • Fluency written and spoken fluency in English a must; additional fluency in Hausa and Kanuri preferred
  • Ability to work independently.

How to Apply

Interested and qualified candidates should: Click here to apply

Note

  • Only motivated applications that address the stipulated duties and meet the required qualifications will be considered. ACTED/IMPACT considers all applicants on the basis of merit without regard to race, sex, colour, religion, sexual orientation, age, marital status, or disability.
  • Due to the large numbers of expected applicants ACTED will only inform shortlisted candidates. We apologise for the inconvenience. Only short-listed applicants will be invited for written test and oral interview.
  • For general information about ACTED/IMPACT, please consult: acted.orghttp://www.impact-initiatives.org

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