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TY Danjuma Foundation: State Coordinators, April 2017
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TY Danjuma Foundation: State Coordinators, April 2017

TY Danjuma Foundation is at the forefront of grant making to NGOs, CBOs and CBAs working in the areas of community health and education.

Job Description 

  • To coordinate the activities of the field office and ensure adequate representation of the TY Danjuma Foundation in the state.

Specific Duties and Responsibilities
Programme management: 

  • Design, issue and review of community fund call for proposals
  • Conduct site visit to potential grantees
  • Review of grantees quarterly report and recommend for disbursement or otherwise
  • Ensure proper application of Community Fund
  • Identify and recommend performing grantees for scale up of their projects
  • Conduct Monitoring &Evaluation as well as field visit to both main grantees and Community Fund projects in the State and LGAS.
  • Organise training workshops for CBOS, NGOs and other stakeholders in the state

Promoting, network and coordination: 

  • Promote TYDF Within the allocated area and project the required branding for same
  • Promote TYDF’s program activities and opportunities
  • Establishing relationships and collaborations with other donors, NGOs and government
  • Seek inputs and coordinate the activities of grantees in the area allocated

Communication, reporting and evaluation: 

  • Develop and submit timely reports of state projects, impacts and relate activities to the Programmes Manager
  • Update the programme manager of changes in the status of grantees

Requirements 

  • At least three years’ experience in a similar role
  • A degree in Social Sciences or Sciences
  • Fluent in Hausa
  • Must be willing to travel at short notices

  Note: Only Shortlisted Candidates will be contacted.

How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should send their application letter and CV’s to: 2017vacancies@tydanjumafoundation.org


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