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 Regional Program Manager (RPM)’s primary role will be to manage the Maiduguri field office and support activity development and implementation. Reporting to the Chief of Party (COP), the RPM supports the development of the program strategy for Borno State and reviews activity ideas generated by CAMRIS staff, local partners, and international organizations. S/he will also oversee the identification of potential grantees, partners, and the development and implementation of activities. Other responsibilities will include advising the COP and USAID/OTI on the evolution of the local political, security, and economic situation and on how to continuously adapt the USAID/OTI program in Borno to ensure that it remains relevant and effective. The RPM will oversee the implementation and monitoring of each activity idea and clusters of activities from conception through closure, and ensure that activities, activity documentation, and monitoring and evaluation reports are accurately captured and shared with the Abjua principal office and USAID/OTI. S/he will also ensure financial, procurement, administrative, security, and all CAMRIS policies and procedures are followed by the Borno-based staff and reporting is completed on-time. As the head of the field office, the RPM is responsible for both directly supervising program staff and overseeing and coordinating the work of indirect reports.
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