Deadline: 23 December, 2020

Location: Ogoja, Cross River, Nigeria

Save the Children is seeking applications from eligible applicants for the post of Head of Child Protection Information Management System (CPIMS) Assistant.

The organisation works to ensure children around the world get health care, food and shelter as well as learning and child protection services.


  • Compile the case management data and ensure timely entry into the CPIMS
  • Clean the data regularly to ensure accuracy
  • Ensure daily backup and synchronisation of data
  • Generate weekly reports that are shared with the CPIE coordinator to enable better management and prioritisation of cases
  • Manage data from individual cases including security of the data and flagging errors
  • Ensure mandatory fields are correctly captured and team members are guided, as required, before cases are entered into the system
  • Weekly analysis of data including achievements, duration between identification and entry, progress of the priority cases
  • Coach the case management team on how to correctly fill forms
  • Participate in any other activities as may be assigned to you by supervisor from time to time
  • Comply with all relevant Save the Children International policies and procedures with respect to child protection, code of conduct, health and safety, security, equal opportunities and other relevant policies
  • Submit monthly reports and contribute to the timely submission of periodic reports


  • Bachelor’s degree in Information Management Systems, Statistics, Data management & analytics, Educational Science, or a related background
  • Applicant must have completed NYSC
  • One year, minimum, of experience in disaster management context, international law, public health, data base management and MEAL is a plus
  • Documentation and report writing skills
  • Good computer skills
  • Experience in working with vulnerable children and families, especially knowledge of child rights and participation
  • Good understanding of community and cultural networks
  • Gender awareness and sensitivity

To apply and for more information, click here.

Photo source: USAID in Africa


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