GBV Project Manager at Future Resilience and Development Foundation (FRAD)

Future Resilience and Development Foundation (FRAD)

Future Resilience and Development Foundation (FRAD) is a registered non-profit organization with the corporate affairs commission in accordance with the Nigerian Law. FRAD over the years having been responding to the more than decade long conflict in Northeast Nigeria with operational presence in Various LGAs across the states. FRAD envision a sustainable future where everyone can access development a world no one is left behind, and work with a mission to build the resilience of vulnerable population using locally available solutions that ensures participation and bring meaningful development leaving no one behind. These mission and vision guide our responses and intervention in thematic areas of Nutrition, protection, Education, early recovery and livelihood and food security.

We are recruiting to fill the position below:

Job Title: GBV Project Manager

Location: Maiduguri, Borno
Employment Type: Contract

Job Summary:

  • The GBV Project Manager will participate in the design, planning of project and oversee all approved project by ensuring quality implementations of projects.
  • He/she will lead in developing work plans, including supervising staff, budget management and managing the component Women protection initiatives.
  • The Project Manager will also be responsible for engaging with relevant stakeholders and local authorities, and in providing capacity-building trainings tostaff and volunteers to build their capacity in program related areas to increase quality in service delivery.
  • The Project Manager will represent FRAD in coordination meeting, advocacy, networking and representation.

Duties and Responsibility

  • Planning and Implementation of GBV Activities in all project locations
  • Coordinate project team, plan activities, including the development of annual, semi-annual and quarterly work plans and GBV reports.
  • Oversee implementation of assigned GBV project guided by the approved project documents. This will entail developing and updating detailed implementation plans, work plans and procurement plans and ensuring strict adherence to such plans.
  • Provide leadership and direct oversight of all field level project interventions, ensuring quality and adherence to national and international protection standards, guidelines and policies
  • Ensure that the design and implementation of all GBV/protection activities in assigned project locations address the priority protection needs of the internally displaced persons, host communities and other affected person.
  • Provide technical input in developing project proposals, concept notes & sector publications at the sector level
  • Participate in the development of LGA level referral pathways
  • Ensure quality case management and support is provided to survivors of Gender based violence
  • Work closely with the Program Manager to inform program design and strategic direction
  • Participate actively in coordination and ensure multisector implementation with GBV, Nutrition and WASH.

Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning:

  • Initiate, support and contribute to protection and GBV related assessments.
  • Ensure that ethical and sound data collection and information management systems are in place for appropriate analysis, planning, evaluation, and advocacy.
  • Regular monitoring project activities through a detailed activity implementation tracker and tools that ensures provision of regular feedback to the project team for learning and project improvement purposes.
  • Monitoring activities in Safe space in Magumeri and Damboa
  • Regular monitoring project activities through a detailed activity implementation tracker and tools that ensures provision of regular feedback to the project team for learning and project improvement purposes.
  • Initiate, support and contribute to project related assessments and surveys.
  • Prepare high quality reports both internally and external (to the donor).

Staff Management & Capacity Development:

  • Develop and facilitate trainings and workshops for the project staff and other stakeholders that promote improved understandings of GBV and ensure the observance of international protection and humanitarian law standards.
  • Directly supervise and manage staff including GBV Officer, Assistants, and immediate replacement in case of transitions
  • Support capacity building for all project staff on technical areas including GBV, Psychosocial support and relevant principles and standards in GBV implementation.
  • Lead performance management for all project staff by jointly setting performance objectives, reviewing performance progress and providing regular objective feedback to staff on their development.
  • Represent FRAD in all GBV coordination forums by working closely with partners and State Ministry of Women Affairs and other response sectors in designing responsive actions on GBV
  • Attend coordination and networking meetings with relevant partners, community leaders, support groups and other stakeholders on GBV activities.

Experience and technical competencies

  • Candidates should possess a Bachelor’s Degree / Master’s Degree qualification
  • Minimum of 3 years’ relevant work experience on GBV.
  • Must have sound knowledge of Microsoft Officer suite including Word and Excel.
  • You are required to be knowledgeable in managing databases, producing reports and good with figures
  • You must be committed to the ethics and code of conduct and familiar with the Core Humanitarian Standards.
  • You must understand data protection and the need for confidentiality. You must have strong written and oral communication skills; the ability to explain and visualize complex issues to expert and non-expert audiences; and excellent presentation skills.
  • Demonstrated ability to network, build relationships and establish collaboration with different partners, local agencies and international networks.
  • A demonstrated strong personal commitment to the goal of women’s empowerment and gender equality.

Application Closing Date
20th June, 2023.

Method of Application
Interested and qualified candidates should send their Application (Cover letter and CV) to: using the Job Title as the subject of the mail.


  • Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
  • Applications will be assessed on a rolling basis
  • Women are strongly encouraged to apply.
  • FRAD Foundation is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to ethical recruitment, please note that we don’t collect money or participate in any fraudulent activities you can report such to