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Nutrition Officer(Internal and External) HND / BA / BSc Job

2024-06-10 08:50   NGO/Non-Profit Jobs   Borno   24 views
Job Details

Location: Borno (Dikwa and MMC)
The Nutrition Officer will provide support to nutrition programmed and activities to contribute to meeting the nutritional needs of NHF/LABDI beneficiaries.
Key Duties and Responsibilities:

Plan and monitor Nutrition programmed, verify the planned movements and distribution of nutrition products, resolving routine issues and/or escalating where appropriate, to ensure that the quantity distributed, and the quality of the operation is in line with the standards.
Summarize Nutrition data, conduct analysis and prepare reports to support programme reviews and informative decision-making.
Improvements to field staff/monitoring processes and procedures for efficient implementation of Nutrition programmers.
Build team capacity in Nutrition through effective guidance, coaching, training, and accountability.
Assist in developing and expanding malnutrition prevention activities through promotion of IYCF and awareness raising in targeted areas.
Strengthen eternal stakeholder engagement including district local governments to strengthen nutrition programming.
Follow standard emergency preparedness practices to ensure NHF/LABDI can quickly respond and deploy needed resources to affected areas at the onset of the crisis.
Participate in national level nutrition technical working group discussions as may be required by the Project/Sector Manager.
Any other duties as may be required.


University degree MSc /BSc/HND in any of the following disciplines: Nutrition, Public Health, or related field.


1st Degree in a related field.
MCS in a related field


At least 4 years’ experience in Nutrition, Biology, Public Health, Nursing, or food aid support.
Good experience in supervision is required.
Experience with survey methodologies, nutrition assessment and relevant data analysis


Previous experience working with an INGO, National NGO or a Development organization.


4-5 years progressively responsible experience in Nursing, Biology, Nutrition/or Public Health Sector or directly related area.
Fluency in English and Hausa,kanuri.


Experience in a development and/or humanitarian organization.
Strong knowledge of Nutrition and/or Public Health
Advanced computers skills at least intermediate skills in windows-based word processing, spreadsheet
Ability to establish priorities, plan, coordinate and organize own work plan.
Resourcefulness, initiative, maturity, tact, advocacy skills.
Excellent analytical, conceptual, communication and public speaking skills
Ability to establish and maintain good working relations with people of different national and cultural backgrounds.
Good written and oral communication skills
Ability to exercise independent judgment and work without direction.

Women are strongly Qualified encouraged to apply.
LABDI has zero tolerance to sexual exploitation and abuse(PSEA), any act of child abuse including sexual exploitation and sexual abuse constitute acts of serious misconduct and are therefore grounds for disciplinary measures, including summary dismissal

Company Description
LABI Nigeria is a well establish humanitarian actor within Nigeria and has unique expertise in the thematic areas of Case Management, Child Protection Women Empowerment, GBV, Nutrition, and Education in emergencies. LABI Nigeria aims to provide holistic prevention and response intervention by&nbs... read morep;working in partnership with children, women, families, and their communities. LABI Nigeria key programs include community-based child protection mechanism, family base care for unaccompanied children, psychosocial care and support provided through individual case management, child-friendly spaces and parenting skills program, release and reintegration of women and children associated with armed group,s and prevention of child labor through life skills, recreational activities, and provision of food and non-food items (NFIs). LABI has the mandate of reintegrated approach where Child protection, prevention, and treatment of SGBV are combined and complementary in emergencies settings.