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Latest Jobs at Action Against Hunger | ACF-International

Action Against Hunger | ACF-International works to save lives by combating hunger and diseases that threaten the lives of vulnerable communities, through nutrition, food security, water and sanitation, health and advocacy.



You'll Contribute to ending World Hunger by:

Leading the development of donor reports in line with the Action Against Hunger Nigeria Mission.

Key Activities in Your Role will Include:

To support the Grants & Compliance Co in the development of high quality funding proposals in line with the Action Against Hunger Nigeria Mission, international strategies as well as donor requirements.
To Identify and communicate to program/technical, field and M&E staff gaps in reporting/data collection.
To support internal coordination and communication within the Action Against Hunger Nigeria mission.
To assist communications and visibility activities of Action Against Hunger Nigeria.
To Ensure comprehensive grant files are maintained up to date and are available for use in both hard and soft copy (proposals, contracts, amendments, reports etc.)


You have University degree in relevant field (Fundraising, Public Relations, Communications, Development, Humanitarian Aid, International Relations); Masters degree preferred.
You have at least 3 years of experience working in relief or development programs.
You have previous successful experience developing projects and writing proposals and/or reports for public and/or private donors.
You are Detail oriented, organized, and able to manage competing urgent requests and priorities.
You are experienced in proposal writing and donor reporting.
You have experience in project cycle management
You have the ability to work in a multicultural context and be a team player.

Action Against Hunger values its employees and offers a comprehensive remuneration and benefits package. These include but are not limited to:

Health Insurance
R&R Breaks
Paid annual leave (vacation)
Training opportunities
Child allowance



The Logistics Archivist will play a key role in Implementing or improving archiving for all other logistic issues, create soft archiving folders and provide work plan activities and report to supervisor.

Provide an up to date archives documentation of PD’s files.
Reorganize and classify in order all PD’s folders.
Control each PD by verifying them for missing documents using checklist.
Ensure original documents exist in logistic folders (except for invoices).
Verify all documents to ensure filling is correctly done and set up corrections or add missing data.
Monitoring closely, all new PD’s archiving and field files.
Ensure PDs are archived serially and according to PD references for the dossiers.
Request support from IT officer for tool setting.
Follow up correct guidelines from the kitlog.
Ensure field files are validated (cross-check of checklist) before any archiving (hard and soft copy).
Provide backup for all hard copy archives.
Processing payments for submission to finance.
Change file details to new logo.

Higher School certificate in any related field of studies.
At least 2 years of professional experience in a similar role.
It is desirable that experience is supported by academic study tactical levels.


Well-organized, able to multitask, and rigorous
Computer skills (Word, Excel, Microsoft Office)
Preferred Skills and Experience:
Previous experience with ACF or other NGO’s preferred.

  Maiduguri, Borno State           

The Pharmacy Supervisor will be in charge of pharmacy management, monitoring orders and supply including taking stock inventories and consumption reporting.


Maintain an organized and clean pharmacy in the warehouse: the drugs must be tidied, organised in a hygienic and clear way according to Action Against Hunger’s rules of classification of drug, allowing easy access to the information (type of drugs, expiry date).
Organize weekly environmental cleaning in the pharmacy warehouse and environs.
Monitor temperature of all refrigerators containing medications or any cold chain products and record it on the follow up sheet. And in all the rooms under controlled temperature.
Report any deviation from the expected temperature ranges to the logistic manager, enquire the reasons of the dysfunctions and propose possible solutions.
Ensure the quality (cold chain, packing, etc.) of the transport of medical items from the warehouse to HF
Exceptional orders – make a list of items in short supply and report it to appropriate program Manager on a weekly basis.
At all time, the pharmacist is accountable for giving a correct and faithful picture about the stocks and the consumptions.
Record any medical item entry and exit in stock cards on weekly basis.
Provide weekly/monthly drugs inventory.
Report discrepancies and general consumption issues to logistic manager and relevant program manager.
Monitor the monthly consumptions of drugs and supplies and report it to logistics manager.

Bachelor degree in Pharmacy + 1 year experience in stock management or pharmacy technician with extensive work experience will be consider.

Experience in a pharmacy supply for hospital projects
Fluency in spoken and written English language.
strong work ethic: punctuality, responsibility and flexibility
Strong sense of organisation and attention to details
Capacity to work in a team.
High level of motivation.
Computer skills (Microsoft office).
Commitment to ACF mission, values and policy.

Previous working experience in INGO setting will be an added advantage.

Monguno, Borno

You'll Contribute to ending World Hunger by:
Ensuring sound and transparent administration of funds by providing accounting and financial management consistent with Action Against Hunger's financial management framework and local legislation. implementing the Country HR policy and applying best HR practices.

Key Activities in Your Role will Include:
Consolidate the Base accounts monthly.
Responsible for Base Tax operation.
Contribute to Grant financial management, donors compliance & budget analysis.
Treasury forecast & cash management.
Capacity building for finance & Non finance staff.
Supervision & Team Management.
Conduct internal Audit.
Management of fraud and corruption cases.
Implementation and enforcement the HR policy.
Implement pay and other benefits policies, support recruitment and contracts management.
Lead the implementation of ACF performance management system at field level.
Support to HR staff and other mission HR issues.
Reporting and Staff management.

You have Post Graduate qualification in Human Resource & Finance Management.
You have 3 years of professional experience in finance and human resource with proven experience in team management.
You have Minimum of 2 years’ experience in NGO financial & HR management
You have exceptional organization, time management, and attention to detail.
You have very good communication & training skills.
You have Strong accounting skills.
You have Strong budget management skills.
You have Team management & coordination skills.
You have experience with SAGA accounting system
You can identify needs, develop plans, and also deliver training.
You think strategically defining and communicating goals, also being genuinely committed to helping others to achieve the organizational objectives.
You have previous experience working as an auditor.
You have good analytical skills

Action Against Hunger values its employees and offers a comprehensive remuneration and benefits package. These include but are not limited to: -

Health Insurance
R&R Breaks
Paid annual leave (vacation)
Training opportunities
Child allowance

Duty Station:     Maiduguri, Borno State
Closing Date:    31st May 2017

The M&E Assistant will be directly under the supervision of the M&E Technical Adviser. He/ She will be responsible for data gathering, collation and reporting activities of the Humanitarian multi-sectoral Rapid Response Mechanism (RRM) program at community (LGA) level. The incumbent will assist in tracking progress of key indicators and provide timely report to the M&E Officer. The M&E Assistant provides support to the M&E Officer and M&E DPM in the design, planning, monitoring and evaluation of the program by managing data and facilitating program implementation monitoring at LGA level, under the guidance and direct supervision of the M&E Officer and Deputy Program Manager.

Quantify methods and identify data sources for program performance and impact indicators, in conjunction with respective program component teams (WASH & FSL).
Assist in conducting project baseline, end line and progress surveys, ensuring appropriate sample size and sampling survey methods, data collection procedures, and data verification through periodic site visits.
Ensure proper monitoring of implementation of the program, focusing on overall M&E framework of the program at LGA level.
Present and analyze data based on information needs of project team and partners and support in data base management.
Complete and submit monthly report.
Under the guidance of M&E Officer, work in a close collaboration with the FSL & DPM program team in the LGA (whenever required) for resolving complex programme-related issues and information delivery.
Collaborate with government partners to ensure smooth implementation of the program delivery.
Assist the FSL & WASH program team in terms of selecting the beneficiaries of NFI & Cash Transfer as per the established procedure.
Assist the FSL & WASH program team in selecting the Community Volunteers to facilitate the process of beneficiaries’ selection.
Monitor the progress of disseminating AAH Principles within the beneficiaries’ community by the program team.

Bachelors’ Degree in Economics, Rural Development, Business, Administration, Statistics, Demography or related subject, with previous experience working in humanitarian projects.

1 year M&E related work experience.
Experience in data collection, collation, analysis, and report writing (Mobile Data Collection a strong advantage).
Commitment to and understanding of ACF aims, values and principles.
Professional, good organizational capacity, good human relationships and team spirit, motivated, open, creative, mature, responsible, flexible and, culturally sensitive.
Microsoft Office Skills (Outlook, Excel, Power Point, Word).
Willing and able to be based and travel regularly within remote areas, where services are limited.
Fluency in Hausa and English.

Previous M&E experience.
Good knowledge of the intervention area/s and local economy.
Previous experience with ACF.
Previous humanitarian programming experience.

Duty Station:     Maiduguri, Borno State           
Closing Date:    6th June 2017.

The Cash Transfer Deputy Program Manager will play a key role in implementing the PROTECT IDP response in MMC/JERE (LGAs) Borno, in North-Eastern Nigeria. From June to November 2017. Action Against Hunger is implementing a multi-sectoral emergency response program to support IDPs in settlement and camps, and most vulnerable host households in a bid to contribute to the eradication of extreme hunger, malnutrition and poverty in Northern Nigeria.

Oversee detailed planning and implementation of multi-sectoral cash transfer activities in collaboration with the Area Program Manager and FFP Multi-sectoral PM and technical assistance of the Mission Reg/Tech coordinators.
Identify program implementation modalities that enhance partnership & coordination with government official and local communities, internal integration within sectors and other programs (Nutrition, WASH, FSL, NFIs, etc.)
Identify areas of cross-program linkages with other Action Against Hunger programs in Borno State. Ensure program quality and adherence to program objectives, including respect for Action Against Hunger technical guidelines, systems, and established deadlines.
In close coordination with the Monitoring and evaluation unit and field team, reinforce and coordinate regular program monitoring activities, i.e. Baseline, PDM, Market, Monitoring, Price Monitoring end line, etc.
Support program budget design and updates; oversee budget monitoring and cash projections
Contribute to organizational and sector-wide learning through good quality documentation of lessons learned, best practices, evaluations etc. for the Cash component of the program
Conduct regular field visits, advice and provide regular technical support to field-based program team (multi-sectoral Supervisor and Assistants).
Ensure harmonization of program operating plans and protocols across the program as well as the mission, with the help of technical support from Abuja, review tools and approaches, and ensure that technical standards, guidelines and methodologies are communicated and understood.
Compile monthly cash program technical reports with an overview of activities and contextual updates, and quantitative indicator follow-up and submit to PM for consolidation.
Review reports and gauge program progress against logical framework, ensuring compliance with Action Against Hunger internal and donor’s reporting standards.
Coordinate with Action Against Hunger and partner technical and support departments to ensure a common approach and sharing of information.
Represent Action Against Hunger with local authorities, partners and other program stakeholders.
Represent Action against hunger at State Emergency Working groups (OCHA, CWG, FSSWG and INGO Consortium) when required by the Field Coordinator, Reg/Tech Coordinators FFP multi- sector PM and Area PM.

Degree in FSL related studies e.g. agro-economy, agriculture, natural resource management, anthropology, and at least first level CALP (cash learning program).
Minimum two years’ work experience in humanitarian contexts, with at least 1 year in conflict/insecure contexts.

Professional, motivated, open, creative, mature, responsible, flexible and, culturally sensitive.
Excellent team, budget and project management and representation competencies.
Previous experience with cash transfer programming.
Three years relevant work experience.
Microsoft Office Skills (Outlook, Excel, Power Point, Word).
Willing and able to be based and travel regularly within remote areas, where services are limited.
Fluency in English.
Commitment to Action Against Hunger mission, values and policy.

Previous experience managing multi sector cash transfer programs (i.e. cash transfers or vouchers for nutrition, FSL, WASH, NFI, etc.).
Previous experience in activity report writing.
Previous experience with Action against hunger.
Experience implementing programming on behalf of donor (i.e. USAID, ECHO, DFID, CIDA) funded activities.
Fluency in Hausa or Kanuri.

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Interested candidates should submit their application by email to
To be considered, applications must include a CV and letter of interest as one attachment, and indicate the full position title and location in the email subject line, or on the application envelope.  Also note that applications will be processed on FIRST COME FIRST SERVED basis and any application received without these specifications will not be considered.  Only shortlisted candidate will be contacted.
Qualified women and men are encouraged to apply

DUE DATE: 1 June, 2017


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