Friday, October 9, 2020

Enumerators at Catholic Relief Services (CRS) - Borno and Adamawa

Posted:09.10.2020    Deadline:23.10.2020

Background:

Catholic Relief Services (CRS) is an international non-governmental organization supporting relief and development work in more than 100 countries around the world. CRS programs assist persons on the basis of need, regardless of creed, ethnicity or nationality. Catholic Relief Services began

working in Nigeria in the 1960s and was active during the 1967 civil war in the area of emergency response. After the war, the Nigerian government asked CRS and other international development agencies to leave the country. Thirty years later, with the return of democracy after years of military rule, CRS returned to Nigeria in 2000 at the invitation of the Catholic Bishops Conference of Nigeria. In partnership with the Catholic Church, other faith-based and community-based organizations, the private sector, local and international NGOs, and government institutions, CRS implements a range of complex programs with support from a variety of donors and private funds. CRS operations in Nigeria are undertaken through local organizations in agriculture, emergency response, orphans and vulnerable children, health, HIV, governance and peace building. CRS has worked in 34 of the country’s 36 states, demonstrating the agency’s extensive grassroots networks and tremendous capacity to reach the rural poor. 

With donor support from the European Union (EU) and German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) through Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH, Catholic Relief Services (CRS/Nigeria), a prime recipient is implementing the Borno and Adamawa Women Poultry Project. The 18 months Activity was awarded by GIZ Nigeria to CRS and its partner on 1st March 2020   as part of GIZ’s contribution to the support of Internally Displaced Persons and the Resilience of Host Communities in North and North-East Nigeria seeks to support vulnerable populations to contribute to creation of livestock employment opportunities in Borno and Adamawa states to improve participants’ living conditions, and increase their income by producing and selling poultry and poultry products. 

The Activity will work with a coalition of partnersto provide agricultural extension and health services (including treatment and vaccination), to serve vulnerable populations, strengthen the institutions that form the market system and the networks that serve smallholder poultry producers who have been disenfranchised by conflict, and facilitate the engagement of vulnerable women in poultry agribusiness activities.

The project seeks to engage the services of enumerators whom will be support the data collection of this survey

Specific Deliverables:

  • Ensures confidentiality of information provided by the respondent
  • Reports any problem or concern to the Supervisor
  • Ensures he/she returns to the site to interview respondents who were not available during the initial visits and callbacks (maximum of 3 recall visits are recommended) • Identifies eligible households and individuals
  • Ensures ethics are adhered to.
  • Locates the site assigned by the Supervisor for the interview
  • Ensures informed consent are administered to survey participants/respondents
  • Conducts interviews of eligible adults in line with the approved techniques and protocol
  • Ensures each question is well understood by the respondents
  • Ensures each questionnaire is properly completed

Residency:

  • Living in targeted community as a permanent resident—this is critical and must be confirmed independently; beware of candidates who claim they have “just moved back” and might be commuters
  • Well-known and respected by community members and leaders in the assigned area
  • Reputation for integrity
  • No criminal record or instances of disreputable behavior

Skills:

  • Strategic thinking, planning, reporting and communication skills
  • Minimum of Diploma or its equivalent
  • Previous experience as an enumerator
  • Fluent in English and Hausa; other local language is an added advantage
  • Interpersonal skills- able to work with diverse stakeholders and partners effectively
  • Precision and exactitude
  • Basic computer literacy and good capacity to work in a team
Location of Assignment:
  • Adamawa state – Maiha and Mubi North
  • Borno State – Maiduguri Metropolitan Council (MMC) and Jere LGA.

Method of Application

Qualified and interested individuals are to submit an application containing an expression of interest and a detailed resume as a single attachment on MS word document to ng.recruitment_agriculture@crs.org using the job title “GiZ Poultry Project Enumerators” as the

Completed applications should reach us before close of business, Friday, October 23, 2020 and Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted     .

Equal Employer Opportunity

No comments:

Post a Comment

Designed by ngo jobs advert.