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 (LCB) countries. All positions require a willingness to travel throughout Nigeria, including the northeast. Women are strongly encouraged to apply.
The Information, Communication, & Technology/Information Security Officer (ICT/O) is responsible for managing all CAMRIS’s information, communications, and technology systems and plays a central role in designing and maintaining information security for the NLCB program. S/he is based in the Abuja Principal Office and serves as a trainer and resource for all CAMRIS staff to improve their computer skills and use of technology. The ICT/O will be responsible for the configuration and management of information technology services and equipment including, secure wired and wireless local area networks, computers, servers, routers, switches, voice over internet protocol (VOIP) phone systems, printers, photocopiers, mobile phones, satellite phones, etc. The ICT/O will ensure inter-office connectivity to allow staff to share files and communicate via email, phone, and chat. S/he will also provide all levels of ICT systems support for NLCB staff based in Abuja, Maiduguri, Damaturu, and any other locations the NLCB program targets in Nigeria or in other countries in the LCB. Travel to NLCB field and satellite offices as well as locations where program activities are being carried out may be required.
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Any other duties and tasks as needed and assigned.
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