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FSL Officer – Agroforestry – 2 positions

Action Against Hunger 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. FSL Officer - Agroforestry - 2 positions Location: Damasak, Borno Job Summary The position is based in Damasak, Borno State and reports to the FSL Sector Manager. The FSL Officer-Agroforestry is required to lead the field team towards the implementation agriculture activities in the “Enhancing Food security, WASH services and resilience for Conflict-Affected Populations in Northeast Nigeria” through livelihood interventions, business management and technical training and capacity building to improve skills or production in new/pre-existing livelihood assets. Tasks and Responsibilities Collect information and data on Agriculture activities at LGA level through surveys, assessments, regular post distribution monitoring and field supervision visits of beneficiary households. Mobilization and awareness raising about the organization, program objectives and activities to local authorities and the population, and act as a link between the organization and the beneficiaries (at LGA level). Participate in regular internal and external coordination meeting when required. Work closely with the Monitoring and Evaluation team in the monitoring of project activities such as identification, registration, market and livelihood assessments, baseline and end line surveys etc) Prepare and submit weekly and monthly reports on activities. Participate in field training workshop for target beneficiaries. Collaborate with other departments ensuring the project activities are integrated with the organization's standard operating procedures. Contribute to the development of tools for monitoring and program quality improvement. Ensure harmonization of program operating plans ensuring compliance with technical standards, guidelines and methodologies. Position Requirements Minimum of a Bachelor's degree or Higher National Diploma in Agriculture or related field of study and two years’ work experience in development contexts, with at least 1 year in conflict/insecure contexts. Excellent team, budget and project management and representation competencies. Previous experience with food security and livelihoods programming. Experience implementing programming on behalf of donor (i.e. USAID, ECHO, DFID, CIDA) funded activities.