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Mercy Corps Nigeria Recruitment for Partners – ECOSAT Project 2021

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Mercy Corps Nigeria Recruitment for Partners – ECOSAT Project 2021: Mercy Corps Nigeria is recruiting for Partners – ECOSAT Project. Partnerships between NGOs/FBOs/CBOs and/or NGOs networks are strongly encouraged to respond to this call for expression.

Mercy Corps Nigeria Recruitment for Partners - ECOSAT Project 2021

Mercy Corps is a leading global organization powered by the belief that a better world is possible.

In disaster, in hardship, in more than 40 countries around the world, we collaborate to put bold solutions into action – helping people triumph over adversity and build stronger communities from within, now and for the future.

In Nigeria, Mercy Corps operates in over 13 states focusing on key thematic areas of humanitarian response, conflict mitigation and adolescent girls’ empowerment.

We invite applications from suitably qualified candidates for the position below:

Job Title: Partner – ECO STAT Project

Locations: Kano, Kaduna, Lagos, and FCT, Abuja

Purpose

  • Mercy Corps Nigeria announces the availability of funding for local Civil Society Organizations as partners to implement the ECOSAT project in selected local government areas of Kano, Kaduna, Lagos, and FCT, Nigeria.
  • The purpose of this Expression of Interest (EOI) is to disseminate information about the ECOSAT project and to identify Civil Society Organization (CSO) interested in working with Mercy Corps Nigeria as an Implementing Partner on the aforementioned project.

ECOSAT
The initiative is part of the Educating Nigerian Girls in New Enterprises (ENGINE) Programme developed by Mercy Corps through partner organizations to:

  • Improve the learning outcomes in literacy and numeracy of marginalised out of school girls aged 17 to 23 years within a supportive environment.
  • Support the transition of marginalised out of school girls to the next phase of education and/or economic opportunities.
  • Improve the employment readiness skills of boys and men through the provision of financial literacy and life-building skills training.

Objectives 
The ECOSAT project is a sustainable capacity-building project tailored to use evidenced-based learning activities and delivery models. The ECOSAT partnership aims to achieve the following:

  • Improve the learning outcomes of 600 out-of-school girls (OSGs).
  • Establish girls/young women clubs across the four project states for peer-to-peer learning.
  • Provide scholarships for 150 marginalised girls to enable them to return to school or successfully pass their school-leaving examinations – WAEC (West Africa Examination Council) and NECO (National Examinations Council) in Kano, Kaduna, FCT and Lagos.
  • Provide financial literacy and life skills training to 400 boys and youths from the implementing states through existing boys/men/youth clubs.
  • Provide Strategic Behaviour Change Communication (SBCC) to the gatekeepers (parents, husbands, community/religious leaders) in raising awareness to promote girls education and economic empowerment.

Intervention Mix
Provide Literacy and Numeracy classes to Out-of-School Girls through the Safe Space approach:

  • ECOSAT aims at improving the learning outcomes of out-of-school girls (OSGs) in Kano, Kaduna, FCT and Lagos. The CSO will target 600 marginalized girls across project locations and set up safe spaces for improving the literacy and numeracy of the beneficiaries
  • Beneficiaries who have never been to school will be linked to Agency for Mass Education and/or other education agencies available in the state to access adult literacy classes.

Establish Girls/Young women clubs across all Project States:

  • In an effort to ensure sustainability, the CSO will establish girls/young women clubs across the four project states. These clubs will serve as platforms for providing peer-to-peer learning and will facilitate the transfer of knowledge among marginalised girls within the implementation communities
  • The clubs will be established in year 1 and strengthened throughout the life of the project. Through the girls/young women clubs, educational materials will be distributed to enhance the girls learning experiences.

Provide Scholarship to Beneficiaries:

  • ECOSAT will provide scholarships for 200 OSGs (100 in year 1 and 100 in year 2) to enable them to return to school or successfully pass their school-leaving examinations – WAEC (West Africa Examination Council) and NECO (National Examinations Council)
  • Extremely marginalised girls who are unable to pay their examination fees will be selected to receive this scholarship. The CSO will facilitate the selection of beneficiaries for the scholarship within the implementation communities.

Deploy Financial literacy and life skills training to boys:

  • The project aims to mainstream gender by addressing key barriers to boys’ education and empowerment along with the girls. Through ECOSAT project, the CSO will facilitate financial literacy and life skills training for 400 boys and youth (200 in year 1 and 200 in year 2) through existing boys/men/youth clubs across implementation states.

Advocate for Girls’ Education and Empowerment:

  • The project will work with an array of diverse actors at the state and federal levels to remove barriers to girls education through an innovative advocacy and behaviour change communication approach tagged “SHEro”.
  • Through targeted strategic BCCs, awareness on existing gender, education and child protection policies will be created
  • This approach will be implemented in line will local context and state existing gender/girls education policies. Key issues that affect marginalised girls per state will be highlighted and addressed through SHEro approach.

Eligibility Criteria 
The organization to be considered should meet the below criteria:

  • Only a legally registered non-governmental organization (NGOs), community-based organisations (CBOs) and faith-based organization (FBOs) that is currently implementing activities in Girl Child Education with focus on marginalised in and out of school girls in the focused states are eligible.
  • The organization should have the capacity of mainstream gender through the involvement of marginalised boys and men.
  • The organisations must have a physical presence in these focused states.
  • Partnerships between NGOs/FBOs/CBOs and/or NGOs networks are strongly encouraged to respond to this call for expression.

Shortlisted Applicant Update

If you’ve been shortlisted, then you’ve got your foot in the door. And it’s time for you to shine at the final stage – the interview.

However, it could be a telephonic, Skype, or face-to-face interview. And this is depending on the employer. When shortlisted:

  1. Endeavour to get information about the company.
  2. Also, ensure you have a clear vision. Try to figure out why you want the specific position. And how you would be a good fit. Also, go through your application.
  3. Additionally, be interactive. It’s an interview, not an interrogation. There is much more to you than your resume.
  4. The practice goes a long way. Thus, take mock interviews with your friends or practice speaking before a mirror.
  5. It’s rare, but sometimes you do get an offer letter directly based on your application. You start planning the celebration, but remember some points before you go into that party mode: Get it in writing.
  6. Also, go over the written offer in detail. And make sure all important details are mentioned and ask questions if you don’t understand anything. Such as work profile, start date, duration, and stipend, etc.
  7. Send a thank-you letter to the employer, once you accept the offer.
  8. Also, follow up with an e-mail confirming your start date and expressing your enthusiasm for your new role.

From the above, it is important you note that we are not partnering with these companies. We are only making this information available so as help you get that your dream job. As such, as you apply, ensure to do more research about the company. GOOD LUCK.

Mistakes to Avoid While Applying

A lot of people fail in many applications not because they are not qualified, but because of numerous mistakes. So take note of the following:

  1. Apply on time, do not wait for the deadline.
  2. Do the application processes alone, don’t send anybody to avoid mistakes in your data
  3. Keep yourself updated concerning the application
  4. Make sure you supply all the necessary requirements
  5. Take time to crosscheck your details before submission.
  6. Candidates are to apply for one job position, Candidates who attempt to apply multiple times will have their application disqualified
  7. The online application is free.

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