Emergency Food Security and Resilient Livelihoods Coordinator at Oxfam Nigeria

Oxfam is an international confederation of 17 organizations (affiliates) networked together in 94 countries, as part of a global movement for change. Together we are working to achieve our vision of ‘a just world without poverty’ and to be a powerful partner in global and local communities of people connected for change.

We are recruiting to fill the position below:

Job Title: Emergency Food Security and Resilient Livelihoods Coordinator

Location: Abuja

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 Officer 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 thJob Vacancy atthe notion of “gender Job Vacancy atthe heart of our work” is present in all work s/he takes forward.
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Experience and Qualifications

  • Bachelor degree in Agriculture, Food Security, Climate Change or a related field of study with 8-10 years of field experience in food security, Agriculture, and resilient livelihoods, including experience in emergency response and recovery following natural disaster and social protection/safety nets.

Application Closing Date
17th October, 2016.

How to Apply

Interested and qualified candidates should send their application letter and Curriculum vitae as one attachment in English to: oxfamgbnigeria@oxfam.org.uk to the attention of “The Recruiter”

Note: We highly recommend applying as early as possible before the closing date for the best chance of moving forward.

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