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THE FOCUS OF THE POST:

(1) Support the Establishment of Community-Based Border Coordination Committees

  • CFCV No. : CFCV2022/065
  • Location: Homebased with travels
  • Organizational Unit: Migration Management
  • IOM Classification: Consultant
  • Type of Appointment: Consultant, 70 working days
  • Estimated Start Date: As soon as possible

Objective

The consultancy is within the Migration management Unit, IOM Nigeria, within the implementation context of the Enhancing cross-border cooperation on border management and counter-trafficking between Niger and Nigeria (CATS II Program).
The consultant will work under the direct supervision of the National Programme Officer (MM), IOM Abuja and in close collaboration with designated staff in the Migration Management (MM) Unit.

Context

  • The study on the perception of interaction, interdependence, and mutual perception between the border communities and law enforcement, immigration/border, criminal justice, and protection agencies in northwestern Nigeria was conducted within the context of the Project Enhancing cross-border cooperation on border management and countertrafficking between Niger and Nigeria (Phase II) in the border communities of Illela and Gada in Sokoto State, Kongolam/Koza and Kawurin Kudi in Katsina State as well as Maigatari in Jigawa State, all in the Northwestern part of Nigeria in December 2021, using a combination of desk review and qualitative approaches and validated in February 2022.
  • The report which drew on the responses of survey participants in the border communities made up of community elders, traditional rulers, youth, women, vigilante groups, and law enforcement agencies, proposed a series of recommendations to help ensure positive changes in border infrastructure as well as effective border management to minimize smuggling of migrants and trafficking in persons, illicit smuggling of contraband goods in the border communities that will have a positive impact on the lives and livelihoods of residents. The study further proposed ways to enhance and improve the relationship between border communities and law enforcement agencies.
  • Specifically, the study investigated the awareness of the border community on irregular migration issues, the effectiveness of border agencies in combating smuggling of migrants, cross border cooperation between Nigerian and Nigerien law enforcement agencies, perception of the interaction between border communities and law enforcement agencies, perception of interdependence between border communities and law enforcement agencies and mutual perception between border communities and law enforcement agencies.

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Key Findings from the study showed that:

  • All the border communities in focus are aware of the irregular movement of people and goods across the borders. Trafficking and smuggling activities are usually perpetrated by brokers who have connections from within and across countries and executed with the abetment of agents in the border communities.
  • Interaction and information sharing between law enforcement agencies and border communities were discovered to be active but only functional with traditional leaders, politicians.
  • Interaction with border law enforcement agencies is generally painted in a good light by these stakeholders despite the communication gap. Despite positive interaction between law enforcement agents and community members, findings from the study discovered that whole lots of fragile relationships exist between law enforcement agents and border communities with border control post. Border communities lacking border control posts often take advantage of limited law enforcement agents in the area to perpetrate smuggling activities.
  • The study revealed that formal and informal interdependence exists between the law enforcement agents and the border communities.
  • The interdependence revolves around organizing meetings with traditional rulers, district heads, youth leaders, market businessmen, and border patrols with vigilantes. While other techniques revolve around seeking the assistance of informants by providing relevant information towards effective border management.
  • Despite positive interaction and interdependence between law enforcement agencies and the border communities, it could be understood from the stakeholders’ perception study and observation that law enforcement agencies have minimal confidence in the community members, except for the leadership of the border communities and few of the informants.
  • In view of the above findings, this consultancy therefore seeks to support the establishment and operationalization of community-based integrated border coordination committees in the border communities of Illela and Gada (Sokoto State), Kongolam, Koza and Kawurin-Kudi (Katsina State), and Maigatari (Jigawa State) largely to support a cooperative and collaborative relationship between border communities and law enforcement/border agencies and address the findings and conclusions of the perception study.

Core Functions / Responsibilities

  • Submit a detailed inception report including work plans that cover mapping of community-based border coordination members, and preparatory documents for the sensitization/dissemination workshops and inauguration meetings (Agenda, Concept Notes)
  • Identify and submit a list of relevant migration stakeholders in the target border communities of Illela and Gada (Sokoto State), Kongolam, Koza and Kawurin-Kudi (Katsina State), and Maigatari (Jigawa State)
  • Coordinate the establishment of the integrated border coordination Committees through regular engagements with the stakeholders adopting a whole of society approach.
  • Develop a draft Terms of Reference developed in consultation with the community-based committee and stakeholders and facilitate the review and validation meeting.
  • Facilitate a combined review and validation/adoption meeting for the Terms of Reference.
  • Facilitate state level workshops for the inauguration of the community-based committees where the ToR will be presented, and engagement strategy developed.
  • But facilitate five (5) bi-monthly meetings of the inaugurated coordination committees in each of the five (5) border communities of Illela and Gada (Sokoto State), Kongolam/Koza and Kawurin-Kudi (Katsina State), and Maigatari (Jigawa State).
  • Provide standard draft report of the workshops and meetings for IOM’s review and inputs.
  • Provide a final report capturing IOM’s review and inputs.
  • Perform such other duties as may be assigned.

Performance Indicators for the Evaluation of Results

  • Timely execution of assigned responsibility
  • 20% of the consultancy fees will be paid after the approval of the inception report, concept note and agenda for the task.
  • 30% of the consultancy will be paid after the submission of the validated TOR of the inaugurated integrated border coordination Committees, endorsed State specific sustainability intervention and report of the 3 inauguration meetings in the 3 States.
  • 20% will be paid upon the submission of the reports of the 3rd bi-monthly meetings of the inaugurated coordination committees in each of the five (5) border communities of Illela and Gada (Sokoto State), Kongolam/Koza and Kawurin-Kudi (Katsina State), and Maigatari (Jigawa State).
  • 30% of consultancy fees will be paid after the approval of the final reports by IOM, and submission of all appropriate documents. The report should include the endorsed State specific sustainability intervention agreed by IOM and other relevant stakeholders, composition of the co-ordination structures in each of the 3 selected states, and reports of the bi-monthly meetings of the inaugurated coordination committees in the five (5) border communities.

Tangible and Measurable Output of the work assignment:

  • First deliverable – Detailed inception report including plans for the mapping of community-based border coordination members, and preparatory documents for the sensitization/dissemination workshops and inauguration meetings (Agenda, Concept Notes)
  • Second deliverable – Mapping of all relevant actors, including the government, CSOs and community stakeholders for each of the 3 target States who would constitute the community-based border coordination members in Illela and Gada (Sokoto State), Kongolam, Koza and Kawurin-Kudi (Katsina State), and Maigatari (Jigawa State).
  • Draft ToR for the community-based committees and facilitate meeting sessions with stakeholders at each of the communities to finalize membership list and receive input to terms of reference and engagement modalities. Facilitate 3 state level workshops for the inauguration of the committees and validation/adoption of Terms of Reference and development of engagement strategy.
  • Third deliverable – Submit a midterm report with findings, challenges and recommendations. Submit reports of the five (5) bi-monthly meetings of the inaugurated community-based integrated border coordination committees conducted in each of the five (5) border communities of Illela and Gada (Sokoto State), Kongolam/Koza and Kawurin-Kudi (Katsina State), and Maigatari (Jigawa State).
  • Fourth deliverable – Submission of a Final Report that meet IOM’s standards, capturing key discussions, results, recommendations, and covering:
  • Composition of committees for each community
  • Outcome of meetings and engagement with relevant community members and Law enforcement agencies.
  • The report of state level inauguration workshops including validated/adopted Terms of Reference, engagement strategy and requirements to carry out their assignments
  • Reports from the bi-monthly meetings held with/by the community-based coordination committees

Performance Indicators

  • Timely execution of assigned responsibility
  • 20% of the consultancy fees will be paid after the approval of the inception report, concept note and agenda for the task.
  • 30% of the consultancy will be paid after the submission of the validated TOR of the inaugurated integrated border coordination Committees, endorsed State specific sustainability intervention and report of the 3 inauguration meetings in the 3 States.
  • 20% will be paid upon the submission of the reports of the 3rd bi-monthly meetings of the inaugurated coordination committees in each of the five (5) border communities of Illela and Gada (Sokoto State), Kongolam/Koza and Kawurin-Kudi (Katsina State), and Maigatari (Jigawa State).
  • 30% of consultancy fees will be paid after the approval of the final reports by IOM, and submission of all appropriate documents. The report should include the endorsed State specific sustainability intervention agreed by IOM and other relevant stakeholders, composition of the co-ordination structures in each of the 3 selected states, and reports of the bi-monthly meetings of the inaugurated coordination committees in the five (5) border communities.

Required Qualifications and Experience
Education:

  • Advanced Degree preferably in Social Sciences, with a specialization in (Migration, Geography, International Population Studies,) or equivalent training with at least 5 years of relevant experience in migration specifically border management activities in Nigeria.

Experience:

  • A good track record of community engagement is preferred.
  • A good track record of work with the Government of Nigeria and international organizations is preferred.
  • Excellent drafting and reporting ability.
  • Fluent spoken and written English. Ability to speak and write in Hausa language will be an advantage.
  • Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal.
  • Good interviewing and listening skills.
  • Proven extensive meeting and workshop facilitating experience.
  • Familiarity with local and International Migration matters.

Travel required:

  • Yes, travel is required to Sokoto, Jigawa and Katsina States.

Languages:

  • Fluency in English; knowledge of multiple languages advantageous.

Required Competencies:
Values:

  • Inclusion and respect for diversity: respects and promotes individual and cultural differences; encourages diversity and inclusion wherever possible.
  • Integrity and transparency: maintains high ethical standards and acts in a manner consistent with organizational principles/rules and standards of conduct.
  • Professionalism: demonstrates ability to work in a composed, competent, and committed manner and exercises careful judgment in meeting day-to-day challenges.

Core Competencies – Behavioural Indicators:

  • Teamwork: develops and promotes effective collaboration within and across units to achieve shared goals and optimize results.
  • Delivering results: produces and delivers quality results in a service-oriented and timely manner; is actionoriented and committed to achieving agreed outcomes.
  • Managing and sharing knowledge: continuously seeks to learn, share knowledge and innovate.
  • Accountability: takes ownership for achieving the Organization’s priorities and assumes responsibility for own action and delegated work.
  • Communication: encourages and contributes to clear and open communication; explains complex matters in an informative, inspiring and motivational way.

Others:

Appointment will be subject to certification that the candidate is medically fit for appointment and verification of residency, visa, and authorizations by the concerned Government, where applicable.

Application Closing Date
7th June, 2022.

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(2) perationalisation of SOP on Return, Readmission and Reintegration

  • SVN No.: CFCV2022/068
  • Location: Abuja
  • Organizational Unit: Migration Management
  • IOM Classification: Consultant
  • Type of Appointment: Consultant, 3 month
  • Estimated Start Date: As soon as possible

Objective

  • Working under the direct supervision of the National Programme Officer (MM), to support the operationalization of the Standard Operation Procedure (SOP) on Return, Readmission and Reintegration through capacity building of key actors working on return and reintegration at federal level and five states of high and sensitization of the National Migration Inter-Ministerial Committee.

Context

  • Migration in Nigeria is triggered by a combination of multifaceted factors such as insecurity, food and nutrition crises, demographic pressure in addition to more traditional seasonal and socioeconomic drivers.
  • In December 2016, to address some of these challenges and respond to the needs of vulnerable and stranded migrants, the EU and the IOM developed the EU-IOM Joint Initiative for Migrant Protection and Reintegration.
  • To ensure better management of Migration in the Country, Nigeria has in 2015 adopted a National Migration Policy (NMP).
  • The NMP recognizes Return, Readmission and Reintegration (RRR) as a fundamental component of Migration Management.
  • Hence, one of the five (5) migration thematic groups created by the NMP is the thematic group on Force Migration, Return, Readmission and Reintegration (FMRRR).
  • In line with its institutional mandate and the NMP, the National Commission for Refugees, Migrants, and Internally Displaced Persons (NCFRMI) coordinates the thematic group on FMRRR.
  • The NMP also urges the creation of standards, procedures, and modalities for the conduct of RRR in Nigeria. In line with this and with operational and technical support provided within the implementation context of the EU/IOM JI, the SOP on RRR was revised and validated by stakeholders on 2nd October 2019. The SOP seeks to close the gaps identified In the implementation of the first SOP, by introducing fundamental innovations in the conduct of RRR in Nigeria.
  • These improvements Include: integration of Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) and more MDAs with roles In the RRR process.
  • The SOP also Identified and clarified key terminologies, incorporated data protection principles and underlying principles guiding the whole process as well as gave elaborate details and timelines for activities covering all phases of the RRR process, ranging from predeparture, transportation/transit, arrival, and reintegration assistance as well as monitoring and evaluation. Furthermore, the SOP made adequate provisions for reintegration assistance to all returnees and tailored assistance to migrants with specific needs.
  • The consultancy is implemented within the Special Measure Programme. The Special Measure Programme is a continuation of the EU-IOM Joint Initiative for Migrant Protection and Reintegration and as such, builds upon and complements the existing local, national, and regional partnerships.
  • The Programme including the interventions on the protection, return, reintegration, and sensitization activities is implemented in close collaboration with the government authorities at national and local levels.
  • In this regard, the need to build the capacities of MDAs with the mandate to provide services to returning Migrants was identified a major priority for the country with the aim of ensuring the operationalization of the SOP on RRR.
  • To this end, the consultancy will provide technical assistance to MDA at the Federal and state levels with the aim of enhancing their appreciation of their roles and responsibilities, identifying challenges, and proffering recommendations to
  • the National Migration Inter-Ministerial Committee.
  • The overall objective of the consultancy is to enhance coordination, collaboration, and complementarity for an effective and sustainable RRR regime In Nigeria.

Core Functions / Responsibilities

  • Identify all relevant migration actors involve in reintegration in each of the States, including returnees and Media leveraging on existing reintegration structures.
  • Facilitate training workshops for operatives from the FMHDSD and NCFRMI
  • Conduct a high-level sensitization workshop on RRR for the National Migration Inter-Ministerial Committee.
  • Facilitate five (5) training workshops at the 5 states of high return aimed at operationalizing the SOP on RRR. The training methodology would include practical simulation of the RRR process following the identification of roles and responsibilities of Actors.
  • Work with the Government of Nigeria and IOM in drafting and finalization each State Specific Strategic plan for the operationalisation of the SoP, by taking into cognizance existing Reintegration structures in each state and peculiarities.
  • Produce Two (2) approved reports (the report on the high-level sensitization workshop with key recommendations and the second report on the 5 States level workshops including FMHDSD and NCFRMI.
  • Perform such other duties as may be assigned.

Performance indicators for the evaluation of results

  • Timely execution of assigned responsibility
  • 20% of the consultancy fees will be paid after the approval of the inception report, concept note and agenda for the task.
  • 40% of the consultancy fees will be paid after facilitating the high-level sensitization workshops and the 5 State level workshops.
  • 40% of the consultancy fees will be paid after the approval of the final reports and submission of all appropriate document. The report should include the State Specific Strategic plan for the operationalisation of the SoP on
  • RRR, by taking into cognizance existing Reintegration structures at each state and peculiarities.

Tangible and Measurable Output of the work assignment

First Deliverable:

  • Detailed workplan and inception report including preparatory documents for the training.

Second Deliverable:

  • Mapping of all the relevant Actors in each of the States including Government partners, CSOs, Returnees & Media and share each state sensitization strategies with IOM, NCFRMI and FMHDSD.
  • Develop agenda, concept note and training manual/guide on the SoP on return, readmission, and reintegration.
  • Facilitate training workshop for operatives from FMHDSD and NCFRMI
  • And facilitate a sensitization workshop for the National Migration Inter-Ministerial Committee.
  • Facilitate five (3-day State’s level) workshops for 5 States of high return for the operationalisation of the SoP on Return, Readmission and Reintegration. The workshops would be held in Edo, Enugu, Lagos, Kano and Nassarawa states.

Participating States/ Workshop Location

  • Edo Edo
  • Enugu, Delta & Imo Enugu
  • Kano & Yobe Kano
  • Lagos, Ogun & Oyo Lagos
  • FCT Nassarawa State

Third Deliverable:

  • Work with the Government of Nigeria and IOM in drafting and finalization each State
  • Specific Strategic plan for the operationalisation of the SoP, by taking into cognizance existing Reintegration structures at each state and peculiarities.

Fourth Deliverable:

  • Submission of two Final Reports that meet IOM’s standards, capturing key discussions, results, recommendations, and covering:
  • The report of the high-level sensitization workshop for National Migration Inter-Ministerial Committee including key recommendations.
  • The report of the training workshops on the operationalisation of SoP in the federal level and 5 States of high return including key recommendations.
  • The key recommendations from the training workshops and the high-level Sensitization workshop should be attached to the final reports.

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Required Qualifications and Experience
Education:

  • Post-Graduate or University Degree, preferably in Social Sciences, with a specialization in (Migration, Geography, International Population Studies,) or equivalent training with 5 years of relevancy in migration specifically on return and reintegration activities in Nigeria including Migration Dialogue.
  • Experience in working in Africa will be an advantage.

Experience:

  • A good track record of work with the Government of Nigeria and international organizations is preferred.
  • Excellent drafting and reporting ability.
  • Fluent spoken and written English. Ability to speak and write in one or more Nigerian languages will be an advantage.
  • Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal.
  • Good interviewing and listening skills.
  • Proven extensive meeting and workshop facilitating experience.
  • Familiarity with local and International Migration matters.

Travel required:

  • Yes, travel is required.


Languages:

  • Fluency in English; knowledge of multiple languages advantageous.

Required Competencies:
Values:

  • Inclusion and respect for diversity: respects and promotes individual and cultural differences; encourages diversity and inclusion wherever possible.
  • Integrity and transparency: maintains high ethical standards and acts in a manner consistent with organizational principles/rules and standards of conduct.
  • Professionalism: demonstrates ability to work in a composed, competent, and committed manner and exercises careful judgment in meeting day-to-day challenges.

Core Competencies – behavioural indicators:

  • Teamwork: develops and promotes effective collaboration within and across units to achieve shared goals and optimize results.
  • Delivering results: produces and delivers quality results in a service-oriented and timely manner; is actionoriented and committed to achieving agreed outcomes.
  • Managing and sharing knowledge: continuously seeks to learn, share knowledge and innovate.
  • Accountability: takes ownership for achieving the Organization’s priorities and assumes responsibility for own action and delegated work.
  • Communication: encourages and contributes to clear and open communication; explains complex matters in an informative, inspiring, and motivational way.
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Others:

  • Appointment will be subject to certification that the candidate is medically fit for appointment and verification of residency, visa, and authorizations by the concerned Government, where applicable.
  • Female candidates are encouraged to apply.

Application Closing Date
7th June, 2022.

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(3) Capacity Building of NCFRMI and FMHDSD

  • CFCV No. : CFCV2022/066
  • Location: Homebased with Travels
  • Organizational Unit: Migration Management
  • IOM Classification : Consultant
  • Type of Appointment: Consultant, 3 months
  • Estimated Start Date: As soon as possible

Objective

  • Working under the direct supervision of the National Programme Officer (MM), IOM Abuja and in close coordination with FMHDSD and NCFRMI, the successful candidate will be expected to facilitate capacity building workshops for Management of FMHDSD and staff of NCFRMI National Migration Policy and stakeholders from five states of high return on the National Migration Policy, the Margination Governance framework, and relevant national, regional and global instruments.

Context

  • Migration in Nigeria is triggered by a combination of multifaceted factors such as insecurity, food and nutrition crises, demographic pressure in addition to more traditional seasonal and socioeconomic drivers. In December 2016, to address some of these challenges and respond to the needs of vulnerable and stranded migrants, the EU and the IOM developed the EU-IOM Joint Initiative for Migrant Protection and Reintegration.
  • To ensure better management of Migration in the Country, Nigeria had in 2015 adopted a National Migration Policy (NMP).
  • The NMP recognizes Return, Readmission and Reintegration (RRR) as a fundamental component of Migration Management.
  • Hence, one of the five (5) migration thematic groups created by the NMP is the thematic group on Forced Migration, Return, Readmission and Reintegration (FMRRR). In line with its institutional mandate and the NMP, the National Commission for Refugees, Migrants, and Internally Displaced Persons (NCFRMI) coordinates the thematic group on FMRRR. The NMP also urges the creation of standards, procedures, and modalities for the conduct of RRR in Nigeria.
  • In line with this and with operational and technical support provided within the implementation context of the EU/IOM JI, the SOP on RRR was revised and validated by stakeholders on 2nd October 2019.
  • The SOP seeks to close the gaps identified in the implementation of the first SOP, by introducing fundamental innovations in the conduct of RRR in Nigeria. These improvements include: integration of Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) and more MDAs with roles In the RRR process.

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  • SOP also identified and clarified key terminologies, incorporated data protection principles and underlying principles guiding the whole process as well as gave elaborate details and timelines for activities covering all phases of the RRR process, ranging from predeparture, transportation/transit, arrival, and reintegration assistance as well as monitoring and evaluation.
  • Furthermore, the SOP made adequate provisions for reintegration assistance to all returnees and tailored assistance to migrants with specific needs.
  • The consultancy is implemented within the Special Measures Programme. The Special Measures Programme is a continuation of the EU-IOM Joint Initiative for Migrant Protection and Reintegration and as such, builds upon and complements the existing local, national, and regional partnerships.
  • The Programme including the interventions on the protection, return, reintegration, and sensitization activities is implemented in close collaboration with the government authorities at national and local levels.
  • In this regard, the need to build the capacities of MDAs with the mandate to provide services to returning Migrants was identified a major priority for the country with the aim of ensuring the operationalization of the SOP on RRR.
  • To this end, the consultancy will provide technical assistance to MDAs at the Federal and state levels with the aim of enhancing their knowledge on the provisions of the National Migration Policy, the Migration Governance framework, and relevant national, regional, and global frameworks.
  • The overall objective of the consultancy is to enhance coordination, collaboration, and complementarity for an effective and sustainable RRR regime and overall effective migration governance in Nigeria.

Core Functions / Responsibilities

  • Develop a training manual/guide on the Migration Policy, the Migration Governance Framework and relevant national, regional and global instruments.
  • Develop pre and post training evaluation guidelines and preparatory documents for the trainings (Agenda, Concept Notes).
  • Facilitate a 3-day high-level sensitization workshop for Management of FMHDSD.
  • IFacilitate a 6-day training workshop for Headquarters staff of NCFRMI on the Migration policy and governance framework.
  • Co-facilitate a 5-day training workshops to State actors at 5 States of high return on Policy, the Migration Governance Framework and relevant national, regional and global instruments.
  • Produce Final Report that meets IOM’s standards, capturing key discussions, results, recommendations, and covering the high-level sensitization workshop for Management of FMHDSD, the training workshop for staff of NCFRMI on the operationalization of the SoP on RRR and the 5 state level trainings.
  • Perform such other duties as may be assigned.

Performance Indicators for the Evaluation of Results

  • Timely execution of assigned responsibility
  • 20% of the consultancy fees will be paid after the approval of the inception report, concept note and agenda for the task.
  • 40% of the consultancy will be paid after facilitating the 3-days high-level sensitization workshop for Management of FMHDSD to strengthen their capacity as the supervising Ministry on the SoP and the RRR process; 6-days training workshop for Headquarters staff of NCFRMI on the Migration Policy /Governance framework, operationalization of the SoP on RRR including developing strategy for state level implementation of the SoP as well as coordination with the Working Group on RRR.; and training workshops to State actors at 5 States of high return on the Migration policy and governance framework.
  • 40% of consultancy fees will be paid after the approval of the final reports and submission of all appropriate documents.
  • The report should indicate the state of coordination with the Working Group on RRR and endorsed State Specific Strategic plan to implement the SoP.

Tangible and Measurable Output of the Work Wssignment

  • First deliverable – Detailed workplan and inception report including preparatory documents for the training (Agenda, Concept Notes), and training manual/guide on National Migration Policy, the Migration Governance Framework and relevant national, regional and global instruments.
  • Second deliverable – Facilitate a 3-days high-level sensitization workshop for Management of FMHDSD to strengthen their capacity as the supervising Ministry. Facilitate a 6-days training workshop for Headquarters staff of NCFRMI on the Migration Policy and governance. Co-facilitate training sessions to State actors at 5 States of high return with focus on the National Migration Policy, the Migration Governance Framework, and relevant national, regional and global instruments.
  • Third deliverable – Submission of Final Report that meets IOM’s standards, capturing key discussions, results, recommendations, and covering:
  • The high-level sensitization workshop for Management of FMHDSD.
  • The training workshop for staff of NCFRMI on the Migration policy and governance.
  • The State level workshops
  • Performance indicators.

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Required Qualifications and Experience
Education:

  • Advanced University Degree from an accredited academic institution preferably in the Social Sciences, Law, Public Administration and Sociology, with a specialization in migration and related matters with 5 years of experience (Seven years for candidates holding only a first level university degree) in the field of migration.

Experience:

  • A good track record of work with the Government of Nigeria and international organizations is preferred.
  • Fluent spoken and written English. Ability to speak and write in one or more Nigerian languages will be an advantage.
  • Good interviewing and listening skills.
  • Proven extensive meeting and workshop facilitating experience.
  • Familiarity with local and International Migration matters
  • Ability to train, write and produce narrative and financial reports.
  • Proven ability to meet deadlines.
  • Excellent Microsoft Word skills and ability to take notes/drafts and produce high-quality written reports.
  • Motivated, committed, responsible, and able to work independently with limited direct supervision.

Other Desirable Qualifications:

  • Proven training experience for government in an intelligence environment.
  • Excellent experience working with diverse stakeholders.
  • Ability to conceptualize and integrate diverse views from government authorities, stakeholders, and the broader community to achieve desired objectives

Travel Required:

  • Yes, travel is required.


Languages:

  • Fluency in English; knowledge of multiple languages advantageous.

Required Competencies:1
Values:

  • Inclusion and respect for diversity: respects and promotes individual and cultural differences; encourages diversity and inclusion wherever possible.
  • Integrity and transparency: maintains high ethical standards and acts in a manner consistent with organizational principles/rules and standards of conduct.
  • Professionalism: demonstrates ability to work in a composed, competent and committed manner and exercises careful judgment in meeting day-to-day challenges.

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Core Competencies – Behavioural Indicators:

  • Teamwork: develops and promotes effective collaboration within and across units to achieve shared goals and optimize results.
  • Delivering results: produces and delivers quality results in a service-oriented and timely manner; is actionoriented and committed to achieving agreed outcomes.
  • Managing and sharing knowledge: continuously seeks to learn, share knowledge and innovate.
  • Accountability: takes ownership for achieving the Organization’s priorities and assumes responsibility for own action and delegated work.
  • Communication: encourages and contributes to clear and open communication; explains complex matters in an informative, inspiring and motivational way.

Others:

  • Appointment will be subject to certification that the candidate is medically fit for appointment and verification of residency, visa, and authorizations by the concerned Government, where applicable.

Application Closing Date
7th June, 2022.

Method of Application
Interested and qualified candidates should submit their Applications to: HRNIGERIA@iom.int indicating position applied for on subject line
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All applications should include a functional email address, mobile numbers, and detailed curriculum vitae (CV).
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Conclusion: The International Organization for Migration (IOM) – Established in 1951, IOM is the leading inter-governmental organization in the field of migration and works closely with governmental, intergovernmental and non-governmental partners. IOM is dedicated to promoting humane and orderly migration for the benefit of all. It does so by providing services and advice to governments and migrants.