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Closing Date: October 17, 2016

Duration: 1 Year

Division / Department / Location: West Africa Region, Abuja

Job Family: Programme

Salary: Based on the National Salary Scale of Nigeria Country Office

Oxfam Purpose: To work with others to find lasting solutions to poverty and suffering.

Team Purpose: To deliver Oxfam’s strategic and operational emergency/resilient food security and livelihood priorities in Nigeria and ensure innovative and quality programme which is shared within Nigeria, the West Africa Region and beyond.

Job Purpose:

  • To ensure quality and impact in the country’s work on resilient livelihood and food security through supporting country in EFSL programs, facilitation of technical support and capacity building to Oxfam and partners’ teams, provision of sound national analysis and through supporting linkages from program work to policy influence. The EFSL Coordinator will be the main liaison person for the EFSL programming between Oxfam and relevant stakeholders and Non- Governmental Organizations (NGOs) involved in livelihood programs and may assist them in coordinating EFSL activities. S/he will ensure that the notion of “gender at the heart of our work” is present in all work s/he takes forward. Please, download the full job description and information on how to apply.

Issue Date: September 15, 2016

Job Family: Programme Technical

Department: Humanitarian

Location: Adamawa, Borno and ‚‚‚Gombe

Salary: E1 National

Oxfam Purpose: To work with others to find lasting solutions to poverty and suffering.

Job Purpose: To deliver Public Health Engineering humanitarian response in North Eastern Nigeria.

Reporting Lines: Post holder reports to:‚‚ PHE Officer

Budget Responsibility: Limited

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Issue Date: September 15, 2016

Job Family: Programme Technical

Department: Humanitarian

Location: Adamawa, Borno and ‚‚‚Gombe

Salary: E1 National

Oxfam Purpose: To work with others to find lasting solutions to poverty and suffering.

Job Purpose: To deliver Public Health Engineering humanitarian response in North Eastern Nigeria.

Reporting Lines: Post holder reports to:‚‚ PHE Officer

Budget Responsibility: Limited

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Issue Date: September 15, 2016

Job Family: Programme Technical

Department: International/Humanitarian

Location: Gombe

Salary: D2 National

Oxfam Purpose: To work with others to find lasting solutions to poverty and suffering.

Job Purpose: To design and implement Public Health Engineering activities in Gombe, Nigeria

Reporting Lines: Post holder reports to: PHE Team Leader

Staff reporting to this post: PHE Assistants

Budget Responsibility: Yes

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Job Family: Programme

Location: Abuja, Nigeria

Duration: 1 year

Salary Level: D1

Closing Date: June 18, 2016

Oxfam seeks a Senior Gender Officer - Legal & Economic Justice for the four year EU supported pro-resilience action (PRO-ACT) aiming at building food security and resilience in Kebbi and Adamawa in Northern Nigeria. The program will improve the food security, nutrition and resilience of vulnerable groups in 7 LGAs in the two States. It will  (i) deliver rapid improvement in livelihoods and preparedness toward risks for vulnerable populations and communities including women and youth; (ii) strengthen resilience, food security and natural resource utilisation of small holder farming communities; (iii) improve strategic linkages for food security and support to local market systems and; (iv) improve response capacity of government towards social protection, early warning systems and strengthen local frameworks towards resilience building.

The Senior Gender Officer- Legal &Economic Justice in his/her technical advisory role will work with our local partners, donors and Government institutions to translate our four gender priorities into specific PROACT gender outcomes for women: a) Promoting Women’s Economic Empowerment whereby women participating in PROACT benefit from decent work, gain power in markets, participate in economic decision-making and will influence and benefit from improved economic systems and social norms that do not discriminate against them; b) Fighting violence against women and girls such that women participating in PROACT live free from all forms of violence through changes in social norms, rules, institutions and laws including strategic litigation; c) Promoting women’s participation and transformative leadership where women participating in PROACT will gain individual and collective power to end poverty and challenge inequalities and will benefit from an enabling environment that promotes and sustains women's participation and leadership; d) Ensuring gender mainstreaming into all strands of our work so that Gender/Women’s rights considerations and related actions are integrated into all programmes. Please, download the full job description here.

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