Assistant National Technical Manager (ANTM) in Abuja, Nigeria


Food Services
Market Research
Minimum Qualification
Bachelor's Degree
Required Experience
5 - 7 years
Employment Type
Full Time
Male or Female
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Job Description

The Assistant National Technical Manager (ANTM) is a senior technical professional who works closely with the National Technical Manager (NTM) to support all FEWS NET activities in Nigeria and serves in a role similar to that of a deputy country representative. Where appropriate, the ANTM will also support remote-monitoring in selected countries. The ANTM is responsible for supporting the NTM in:

    Efficient, focused food security monitoring, early warning analysis, and response planning;

    Effective communication of this analysis to partners and decision-makers through high quality reports and briefings;

    Capacity strengthening and network management;

    Conducting strategic planning and executing technical activities including early warning, livelihoods and vulnerability assessments, monitoring tools and methods development, capacity development, markets and trade analysis, response planning; and

    Collecting, archiving, analyzing and sharing food security data and information.


    At a minimum, a degree in a discipline that is directly relevant to or provides central skills in food security analysis, including economics, agricultural economics, agronomy, nutrition, climatology, anthropology, or social geography;

    Five years of relevant country or regional experience in early warning/food security information systems, food security analysis, as well as other related fields;

    CIS applications and mapping skills preferred;

    Excellent computer skills, including advanced knowledge of Microsoft

    Excel, Word, and PowerPoint;

    Excellent communication, public speaking, and interpersonal skills;

    Experience effectively working and coordinating with partners and stakeholders;

    Willingness to travel extensively throughout Nigeria;

     Experience conducting field assessments and knowledge of standard data collection methodology;

    Donor coordination experience; and

    Excellent analytical and report-writing skills.

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