Job Vacancy : UNICEF is Now Recruiting for U-Report Territory Officers

Job Vacancy : UNICEF is Now Recruiting for U-Report Territory Officers

Deloitte Nigeria – Our client, UNICEF Nigeria, seeks the services of five (5) experienced candidate to fill the vacant positions below:

Job Title: U-Report Territory Officer
Abuja Capital Territory, Nigeria
Job type: Contract (6 Months)
Slot: 5 Openings

The role is for Deloitte Independent Facilitators, who will take on responsibilities as LGA Facilitator for the UNICEF U-Report programme in Nigeria. Our client UNICEF Nigeria seeks the services of five (5) experienced U-Report Territory Officers in Nigeria to maintain and strategically expand relationships with the 36 States in Nigeria in line with the six (6) geopolitical zones and UNICEF field offices. These U-Report Territory officers will be responsible for achieving U-Report Recruitment quotas and assigned strategic U-Report objectives in each state and Local Government Area (LGA).

Areas of Coverage – (Zone):FCT, Abuja Field Office
North East, Maiduguri Field Office
North West, Kano & Sokoto Field Office
South East Enugu Field Office
South-South, Port Harcourt Field Office
South West, Lagos Field Office

RequirementsRequired Qualifications:
University Degree (BSc / BA) in Business, Marketing or any related field.
Fluency in English and knowledge of local working language of chosen duty station is an asset.
Minimum of three years progressively responsible professional work experience at national and international humanitarian organisations in programme planning, management, monitoring and evaluation of programmes.

Skill Requirements:Self-motivated and self-directed.
Excellent verbal and written communications skills; empathic, must be a listener, a presenter and a people-person.
Intermediate computer skills, experience with Microsoft Office Suite with emphasis on superior Excel and Powerpoint skills.
Availability to travel as needed.
Excellent interpersonal relationship skills.
Eager to expand the U-Report with the new U-Reporters, Partners and through Local Government Areas.
Able to analyse data and statistics and translate results into better solutions.

Job ResponsibilitiesDevelop and maintain strategic long-term relationships within LGAs and states to facilitate organic growth and adherence to long-term U-Report objectives.
Develop strategic planning to improve results from the assigned geographic locations.
Prepare weekly, monthly, quarterly U-Report recruitment forecasts.
Train prospective partners on UNICEF’s U-Partners platform.
Gather reports, stories and communicate states’ feedback on service and technology.
Proactively assesses, clarify and validate needs within states on an ongoing basis.
Respond and organize solicited and unsolicited messages sent by U-Reporters on the U-Partners platform.

Open, follow-up, escalate and close cases raised in the U-Partners Platform.
Strategize & coordinate with U-Report Consultant / Coordinator on design and execution of marketing (for better reach, dedicated engagements and improved impacts) programs / events / campaigns to create interest and awareness among young people.
Interpret data, analyse results and provide ongoing reports for informed programmatic interventions.
Act as the U-Report Nigeria liaison between UNICEF Field Offices, LGAs and States.
Plan and present weekly/monthly reports on States’ progress, goals and quarterly initiatives based on the agreed target matrices.
Expand stakeholder relationships by on boarding new partnerships including U Partners, policymakers and influencers in each state.
Facilitate engagements within LGAs and states through email, phone, presentations, live chats (online and offline) and in-person meetings.
Support UNICEF Nigeria field offices as assigned.
Any other duties assigned by supervisor.

Other Information:The role reports to the Innovation Specialist
The duty locations covers all six (6) geopolitical zones and UNICEF Field Offices.
The contract duration is 6 Months.

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