On behalf of MISEREOR, AGIAMONDO is looking for a
Head of the MISEREOR Dialogue and
Liaison Office, Abuja, Nigeria
with experience in development cooperation.
The German Catholic Bishops’ Organisation for Development Cooperation Misereor supports numerous, mostly church-based organisations in development cooperation in Nigeria. Given the large number of partners in the country, a Dialogue and Liaison Office (DLO) was set up in Abuja as a central point of contact for Misereor. The DLO is available to Nigerian partners as a point of contact for advice relating to the conceptualisation, implementation and evaluation of development projects. The DLO works in close cooperation with the Conference of Bishops of Nigeria, other German and international development cooperation organisations present in Nigeria, and the German embassy.
Your new role
Your work will contribute significantly to improving the dialogue between Misereor and its Nigerian partners. You will enable Misereor to discuss its funding policy with its most important Nigerian partners extensively, and will simplify access to other development cooperation organisations for church-based partners in Nigeria.
Your place of residence and work, Abuja, is also suitable for families with children as it offers renowned (German and international) educational establishments and good healthcare infrastructure.
Specifically, you will carry out the following tasks:
What AGIAMONDO offers
We look forward to receiving your complete online application (cover letter, Europass CV, certificates in *PDF format) by no later than 20/09/2020 via the Vacancy section on our website.
even in the current situation, we will gladly accept your application via the online application portal. We are currently conducting the selection process online. We offer our preparatory courses as digital services and partly also as face-to-face courses in cologne in compliance with the necessary hygiene regulations.
Currently, many of our development workers work from home. Some had to leave their places of work temporarily and stay in their home countries. We hope that the global situation will continue to improve and that we will be able to make a responsible decision, together with our partners, to have development workers on the ground working on projects again.