We provide services worldwide in the field of international cooperation for sustainable development. GIZ has over 50 years of experience in a wide variety of areas, including economic development and employment, energy and the environment, and peace and security. The diverse expertise of our federal enterprise is in demand around the globe, with the German Government, European Union institutions, the United Nations and governments of other countries all benefiting from our services. The German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) is our main commissioning party, but we also work with the private sector, fostering successful interaction between development policy and foreign trade.
All these commissioning parties place their trust in GIZ by working together with us to generate ideas for political, social and economic change, develop these into concrete plans and implement the envisaged change processes. Since we are a public-benefit federal enterprise, German and European values are central to our work. This makes us a reliable service provider that people can trust. Together with our partners, we work to deliver flexible and effective solutions that offer people better prospects and sustainably improve their living conditions.
The registered offices of GIZ are in Bonn and Eschborn. In 2017, we generated a business volume of around 2.6 billion euros. Our 19,506 employees, almost 70 per cent of whom are national personnel, work in around 120 countries. As a recognised development service provider, we currently have 590 development workers in action in partner countries. Furthermore, in 2017, the Centre for International Migration and Development (CIM), which is run jointly by GIZ and the Federal Employment Agency, placed 385 integrated experts and 484 returning experts with local employers in our partnercountries,
or provided them with financial support, advice or other services.
*Personnel and business figures as at 31 December 2017
The GIZ Programme “Skills for Youth Employment in Nigeria (SKYE)” supports the diversification of the economy in
Nigeria through the promotion of demand-oriented technical and vocational training and education (TVET). Hereby the
project is focusing mainly on agriculture and construction
(Housing) sector. The strategy of the project is to improve the synergy between measures on the supply side of the job market (vocational
qualification) with those of the demand side (e. g. technology transfer and development, consultation of producer groups
and processing companies) in order to enable TVET providers to develop and implement in market- and target group-oriented qualification offers.
The M&E and knowledge management expert supports the head of the programme project in:
Monitoring the activities and results of the project,
Generating, documenting and disseminating project related knowledge, andProducing knowledge products and project report data.
Project planning and M&E Design/adjust the project’s M&E system and tools.
Maintain the project’s planning and M&E tools. Design M&E data collection and processing methods.
Ensure M&E data collection and analysis. Prepare project progress / monitoring reports.
Prepare and actively participate in planning and monitoring meetings.
Ensure/coordinate the generation (including research) of knowledge required for project implementation.
Design formats of knowledge dissemination and exchange.
Write/edit narratives on project achievements, success stories, etc.
Document relevant experiences, lessons learnt and best practices:
Ensure/coordinate production of knowledge products.
Maintain the project’s information and documentation system.
Design/prepare/facilitate knowledge exchange.
Assist in preparing, conducting and documenting team meetings.
Assist in preparing, conducting and documenting meetings with partners.
Assist in keeping track of processes and actions
The expert may be assigned other tasks as required.
Security Focal Point
Communication role to deliver to the GIZ Risk Management Office (RMO) developments and
implementations into the projects and to provide the RMO with information on matters such as
movements, transportation, training needs etc.)
Update the HRE (hibernation, relocation and evacuation) list of project staff at the given
location and report updated list to RMO quarterly.
Attends the quarterly GIZ security roundtable meetings (led by RMO).
Provides information on overland movements and is always updated about the movement ofteam members, consultants and visitors.
Clearly communicates absences to the team and always nominates an acting deputy, also towards the RMO
Prepares and conducts head counts, if instructed by the RMO, or the project management.
In close coordination with the AV/RMO initiates incident/emergency responses, if required.
Ensures that safety and security installations and equipment (first aid kits, fire extinguishers etc.) is operational and maintained
Required qualifications competences and experience:
Master’s Degree in Economics, Social Sciences or in a similar area
3 - 5 years of professional experience with national
and international organizations in the field of monitoring & evaluation and knowledge management
Ability to analyze, present, visualize data and practical skills in the use of office, statistical, graphical software
Good knowledge and experience in the use of M&E software’s and Excel Proven good working knowledge of ICT
technologies) and computer applications (e.g. MS Office and excel)
Proven excellent knowledge of the English language, both oral and written
Exceptional management, organizational and proof-reading skills
Good communication skills
A good team player who is willing to take on responsibility
Desired additional qualifications, competences and experience
Initial experience in Nigerian private sector and/or public sector institutions
Gender mainstreaming and women’s economic empowerment
Knowledge of value chain development.
Knowledge of security related skills.