Nigeria | iMMAP

Nigeria | iMMAP

iMMAP Nigeria Recruitment 2022: Applications are invited for suitably qualified candidates for iMMAP Nigeria Recruitment 2022, Careers & Job Vacancies (3 Positions). iMMAP Nigeria Recruitment 2022, Careers & Job Vacancies are open till deadline. iMMAP is an international nongovernmental organisation that provides information management services to humanitarian and development organizations. Through information management, we help our partners target assistance to the world’s most vulnerable populations. Our core philosophy is that better data leads to better decisions and that better decisions lead to better outcomes. iMMAP’s critical support to information value chains helps to solve operational and strategic challenges of our partners in both emergency and development contexts by enabling evidence-based decision-making for better outcomes.

Latest iMMAP Nigeria Recruitment 2022 positions:

 

1. INGO Forum Administrative Assistant

Location: Abuja

Deadline: 16th January, 2022.

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2.) Country Representative

Location: Abuja

Deadline: 31st January, 2022.

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3.) Information Management Officer

Location: Borno

Deadline: 14th January, 2022.

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Previous iMMAP Nigeria Recruitment 

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1.) PLRCAP Project Manager

Location: Abuja

Deadline: 15th October, 2021.

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2.) Admin and Finance Assistant (Abuja)

Location: Abuja

Deadline: 2nd October, 2021.

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3.) Admin and Finance Assistant (Maiduguri)

Location: Borno

Deadline: 2nd October, 2021.

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4.) INGO Forum Deputy Director – Development

Location: Abuja

Deadline: 1st August, 2021.

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5.) Country Representative

Location: Abuja

Deadline: 30th July, 2021.

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6.) Senior, IMO – COVID Response

Location: Borno

Deadline: 4th July, 2021.

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iMMAP Nigeria Recruitment 2022

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About iMMAP Nigeria

The early origins of iMMAP date back to 1998 when Joseph Donahue, Charles Conley, and William Barron, who would eventually become the co-founders of iMMAP, were part of the Vietnam Veterans of America Foundation’s (VVAF) team that worked on the development and implementation of the Landmine Impact Survey Initiative. VVAF supported the successful International Campaign to Ban Landmines (ICBL) through advocacy efforts that were then translated into practical results on the ground through the execution of the Landmine Impact Survey Initiative.

VVAF served successfully as the focal point of the Survey Working Group, a coordinating body of United Nations, Donors and INGOs that built international consensus on the effective application of survey and information management approaches to the global landmine problem, as well as of broader social and economic requirements in the context of humanitarian emergencies and post-conflict recovery.

This work resulted in broad and continuing international acceptance of landmine impact survey standards through the Landmine Impact Survey Initiative, fundamentally shifting the metrics of the mine action community away from the narrow focus upon the size of contaminated areas and the number of landmines/unexploded ordnance (UXO) toward a more holistic approach of measuring the socioeconomic impacts of landmines and UXOs.

Through this process, VVAF coordinated, supported, and implemented humanitarian information management activities as well as landmine and UXO surveys during and after complex emergencies around the world, setting clear priorities in humanitarian relief and development, economic recovery, landmine clearance and victim assistance activities. Examples of these activities include Landmine Impact Surveys in countries such as Iraq, Afghanistan, Vietnam, Chad, Kosovo, Lebanon, Thailand, and Armenia.

The scope of this work illustrated that shared information and maps, effective analysis tools and a common view of the operating environment were essential for the successful implementation of individual initiatives as well as collective efforts. Specifically, the team sought to capitalize on geographic data management tools and methodologies that strengthened the maintenance, organization, and visualization of complex information into a common operating picture (COP). The team was proving that better data led to better decisions that had the ability to positively impact relief operations.

iMMAP is an international not-for-profit organization that provides information management services to humanitarian and development organizations, enabling partners to make informed decisions that ultimately provide high-quality targeted assistance to the world’s most vulnerable populations.

We support humanitarian actors to solve operational and strategic challenges. Our pioneering approach facilitates informed and effective emergency preparedness, humanitarian response, and development aid activities by enabling evidence-based decision-making for UN agencies, humanitarian cluster/sector leads, NGOs, and government operations.

iMMAP has been at the forefront of information management support for humanitarian clusters (UN and International NGOs): Logistics, WASH, Health, Protection, Education, Nutrition, Camp Management, Protection, Food Security, and Gender-Based Violence.

iMMAP is committed to ensuring the sustainability and continuity of information management practices in the humanitarian and development sectors. To achieve that, we leverage our extensive capacity building expertise through tailored programs that empower stakeholders and national capacities to reach a proficient understanding of the principles and best practices of information management in the aid context.

The iMMAP team comprises over 400 information management and other multisectoral experts who work in over 30 countries across the world. Furthermore, iMMAP maintains a roster of over 500 rapidly deployable information management experts across the globe to support our partners’ emergency operations, providing timely and regular surge capacity in times of crisis.

With over 80 partner organizations that include United Nations agencies, multilateral donors, national and international NGOs, private technology companies and academia, iMMAP is consolidated as one of the technical leaders in the broad spectrum of information management in the humanitarian and development areas. Our alliances create synergies that allow iMMAP to develop cutting-edge, tailored solutions for our partners’ needs, facilitating prompt and detailed information that supports the delivery of data-driven humanitarian response services.

In today’s dynamic and ever-changing world, we can be certain that technology will continue playing a key role in all aspects of life. Thus, iMMAP will continue to leverage the latest innovations and digital pathways to support our partners by providing accurate and high-quality information that facilitates efficient aid provision as we look ahead to the future.

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