CAMRIS seeks to engage a highly qualified and motivated team to implement the anticipated USAID Office of Transition Initiatives (USAID/OTI) Nigeria and Lake Chad Basin (NLCB) program. The 43-month program will support locally driven efforts to strengthen stability in Lake Chad Basin countries. All positions require a willingness to travel throughout Nigeria, including the northeast. Women are strongly encouraged to apply.
The Database & GIS Specialist (D/GISS) is responsible for developing, leading, and coordinating the program’s communications and reporting activities. S/he will develop internal and external analysis, presentations, and reports, including blog, Facebook group, and twitter posts, PowerPoint Presentations, text and radio messages, etc. on the program or issues relevant to the program. The D/GISS will be bilingual and fluent in English and French and have knowledge of local languages across the Lake Chad Basin. S/he will be able to support the rapid translation of reports, documents, and other content of interest to the NLCB team. The D/GISS will assist Activity Management Teams (AMTs) in developing their activities in the USAID/OTI Database. S/He will work under the direct supervision of the MELS and closely with the Chief of Party (COP), Regional Program Manager, USAID/OTI staff, and other short- and long-term NLCB team members and third parties to generate creative and cutting-edge ways of using new technology and social media to gather and disseminate information that is relevant and interesting for the program to analyze and communicate. This position will be based in the Abuja office, with program activities expected to be carried out throughout notheastern Nigeria and neighboring countries in the LCB. Extensive and frequent travel throughout the northeast is expected and required.
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